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This month's feature events are:
  • Canada-Japan Goodwill Hockey GameF
    the Regina Gunners vsDthe Team A.I.S.O.
  • The 15th Terry Fox Run Japan - 2006
  • Canadian High School Fair
  • David Braid Sextet Showcase Concert
  • gKAMATAKIh at Aichi International Women's
    Film Festival 2006

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Canada-Japan Goodwill Hockey GameFthe Regina Gunners vsDthe Team A.I.S.O.

SaturdayCSeptember 2, 6F00`8F30 p.m.
@@Higashi-Yamato Skating CentreiJj

To mark the visit to Tokyo of the Canadian Navy's HMCS Regina, there will be a goodwill exhibition game between the ship's hockey team and the team of the Asian Ice Sports Organization-A.I.S.O.. The fast, powerful, exciting game of hockey is one of Canada's national sports. Don't miss the chance to see this intense battle on ice. Admission is free.

More information is available from the Public Affairs Section of the Canadian Embassy at tokyo.cc@international.gc.ca.


The 15th Terry Fox Run Japan - 2006

SundayCSeptember 24
@@Sign-inF9F00`9F45 a.m. Hibiya Park Grassland Square
@@StartF10F15 a.m. Sakurada-mon Gate, Imperial Palace

Twenty-five years after his death at the age of 22, Terry Fox remains a hero to all Canadians. After losing one leg to bone cancer at 18, he started his gMarathon of Hopeh - a run across Canada - to raise money for cancer research and encourage people suffering from the disease. He died after running 5,373 km in 143 days. But his dream has been taken up by others, and Terry Fox charity runs now take place in over 50 countries around the world. Proceeds of this event will go to cancer research institutes in Japan and to the Terry Fox Foundation.

Details and registration forms are available from the Terry Fox Run office at Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo Chinzan-so.

Ji_w^Study in Canada^Étudier au Canada

Canadian High School Fair

September 29 and 30iFriday and Saturdayj
@@Embassy of Canada

With interest in study at high schools in Canada growing every year, the Embassy of Canada will again sponsor a Canadian High School Fair. Twenty-five boards of education and seven private high schools will have booths where visitors can obtain information and ask questions. There will also be a seminar on Canadian education, a panel discussion with returnees, and a prize draw. Those wishing to attend may use a simple online registration form or register at the door. A Canadian Higher Education Fair will be held on November 2 and 3.

InquiriesFhs@canada-ryugaku-fair.com

y^Music^La Musique

David Braid Sextet Showcase Concert

MondayCSeptember 25
@@Embassy of Canada Theatre

David Braid, although only 31 years old, has already become an important figure in Canadian jazz. His Sextet was formed six years ago and has been twice nominated for best Canadian Jazz Ensemble at the National Jazz Awards. The David Braid Sextet's recent CD,gVividh, was awarded a Juno award for Jazz Album of the Year. This up-and-coming sextet will be touring in Asia, including a showcase in Tokyo. For further details about the showcase concert, please click here.

9^September^Septembre
Now showing
gCrashh directed by Paul HaggisiFilmj
Various citiesiJj


Now showing
gA History of Violenceh directed by David CronenbergiFilmj
Various citiesiJj


Now showing
gThe White PlanethiDocumentary filmj
TOHO Cinemas Roppongi Hills and othersiJj


Now showing
gTidelandhiFilmj
Ebisu Garden Cinema, Shinjuku Musashiokan and othersiJj


Now showing
gThe Last TrapperhiFilmj
Theatre Times Square, Ginza Theatre Cinema and othersiJj


`2006^9^19
Warabe Asuka Picture Book Original Drawings Exhibition
Wildsmith Museum of Art, Ito


`2006^9^20
Vivian ReissFPortraitsiExhibitionj
Embassy of Canada Prince Takamado Gallery, Tokyo


`2006^9^29
Canada Aurora Photo Contest 2006 Prizewinning Photographs Display
Embassy of Canada E.H. Norman Library, Tokyo


2006^9^2
Ice Hockey Goodwill Exhibition Game - HMCS Regina Gunners vs. Team A.I.S.O.
Higashi Yamato Skate Centre, TokyoiJj


2006^9^2`22
Jonathan Pylypchuk ExhibitioniJ^Ej
Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo


2006^9^6`10
Aichi International Women's Film Festival 2006
Will Aichi^Nagoya, Toyota, Inuyama


2006^9^9, 10
The 31st Annual Conference of the Japanese Association for Canadian Studies at Waseda University, Nishi Waseda Campus, Tokyo


2006^9^16
Special lecture by Ms. Anne Breakey Hart, Volunteer Director, Toronto Hospital for Sick Children at Garagaradon 15th Anniversary Forum
Meiji Gakuin University - Classroom 2301, Tokyo
ContactFkanamori@toyoeiwa.ac.jp or FaxF045-922-2260


2006^9^21
Japan release of Emilie-Claire Barlow CD gLike a Loverh
Victor EntertainmentiJj


2006^9^23
Japan release of Wendy McNeill CD gThe Wonder Showh
Ultra-Vybe Records, JapaniJj


2006^9^24
The 15th Terry Fox Run Japan 2006
RegistrationFKusachi-Hiroba iGrassland Squarej in Hibiya Park, Tokyo


2006^9^25
David Braid Sextet Showcase Concert
Embassy of Canada Theatre, Tokyo


2006^9^27
Evening of talk with Joel Assogba, writer of books for childreniJj
Embassy of Canada E.H. Norman Library, Tokyo


2006^9^29, 30
Canadian High School Fair
Embassy of Canada, Tokyo


2006^9^30
2006 IASIL JAPAN Conference
Special lecture by Canadian writer^poet Michael Crummey
Hoshigaoka Campus of Aichi Shukutoku University


f^Film^Les films

Aichi International Women's Film Festival 2006
gKAMATAKIh Canada-Japan co-production,
directed by Claude Gagnon


September 6`10 iWednesday through Sundayj
@@Will Aichi, Nagoya

Following a suicide attempt, Ken, a young man from Montreal with no will to live, goes to stay with his uncle in Japan who makes shigaraki pottery. Though perplexed by the different culture and habits he finds around him, he is encouraged by his uncle's free way of life and the open acceptance he gets from his relatives. Additionally, his encounters with potters in the studio gradually aroused an interest in pottery. As he helps his uncle, Ken opens his heart and even becomes capable of firing pottery, a most difficult task. gKamatakih won five awards including Best Director at the 2005 Montreal International Film FestivalD It will undoubtedly be screened commercially in Japan.

2005, 110 minutes, in English with Japanese subtitles.


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