The Greek Navigator Immortalized in Canada’s Juan de Fuca Strait

Ioannis Phokas, or as he was better known, ''Juan de Fuca'' was an intrepid, and much underappereciated, Greek explorer and navigator who lived during the...

Celebrating Vancouver’s 40th Greek Food Festival (photos, video)

The Vancouver Greek Food Festival is set to take off once again on Friday, April 20, and continue up until Monday, April 23, at...

The Greek Genocide Formally Recognized by Montreal City Council

On Monday night the Montreal city council announced that they adopted a declaration to acknowledge the Greek Genocide which occurred during and after WWI from...

Greek Independence Day Celebrations in Canada

Celebrations for the Greek Independence Day on March 25 started at Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish in Montreal in the presence of Metropolitan Sotirios...

Greek-Canadian Professor Andre Gerolymatos Passes Away

Prominent author and Greek-Canadian professor of History Andre Gerolymatos died on Thursday after a battle against an aggressive form of brain cancer. Gerolymatos was the...

New Statue Will Honor Pioneering Spirit of Greek Explorer

  Greek explorer Ioannis Phokas (Greek: Ἰωάννης Φωκᾶς) better known by his Spanish name, Juan de Fuca, is to be honored with a statue in Vancouver...