Welcome to Edo People Association
of Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

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About the Association

The Edo People Association of Montreal, Quebec, Canada is a charitable, cultural and non-profit Community enhancement organization. It was established on the 24th of October 2004 when over five hundred Edo indigenes residing in the city of Montreal, in the Province of Quebec, Canada assembled in LaSalle Borough and decided to form an organization that will propagate the cultural heritage of Edo people within the main stream of Canada society.

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Edo People Association of Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Mission Statement

Helping to enhance a viable and contemporary society where all human being matters and live together happily and pleasantly.

Objectives:

To build a strong Edo community in Montreal and propagate Edo people’s culture into Canada cultural system. Harness and embrace the goodwill of Canada; promote unity and foster interaction, mutual understanding and cooperation among all Edo and non Edo people in Canada. Help new immigrants to integrate into Quebec society. Attract the world attention to Edo state. Engage in Charitable work to educate and bring about social changes and health consciousness in Edo state in particular, and other part of the world that lack adequate health care dispensation.

Message from The President

I appeal to each and every member to respect one another and the authority of the land that accommodates you. Respect is mutual, it is one of the credence that guides Edo people to strive for excellence in human relation. Your character bears characteristics of either fragrance or odor that makes it either attractive or repulsive. It reaches your destination before your arrival and alerts people of your coming. It enables people look forward with smile and an open-arms-gesture to say welcome on your arrival; or, with frown and who invites you attitude. Please modify your character if otherwise, and let it be like an attractive fragrance that permeates the air with elegance. Read the full article, click here

 

Osa Osifo

President