Jonathan Eto

Born in Toronto, Dr. Jonathan Eto is a Sansei Japanese Canadian that works professionally as a chiropractor in Mississauga, Canada. He volunteers his time by actively taking photos and writing articles for the Nikkei Voice and as the team chiropractor for the OHL Mississauga Steelheads.

Updated June 2019

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Crônicas Nikkeis #9—Mais do Que um Jogo: Esporte Nikkei

Bob Izumi, A Canadian Pioneer in Fishing

TORONTO — As Canada celebrates National Fishing Week in July, a name that has become synonymous with the pastime is Bob Izumi.

Born in Chatham and raised by a single father in Blenheim, Izumi credits his father as the driving influence in life. His love of fishing was fostered by his father, Joe, who often took him, his three siblings and neighbourhood kids fishing.

“He worked several jobs at once to keep the family afloat,” Izumi tells Nikkei Voice in an interview. “He worked seven days a week and any days off he would spend with the family and the local ...

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The ‘Mightiest Duck’ of Them All, Paul Kariya

ANAHEIM, Calif. — In 1992, Walt Disney Pictures released the first in a trilogy of sports comedy/drama films called, The Mighty Ducks. A year later, Disney founded the NHL franchise team The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim.

With its inception at the 1993 NHL Entry Draft, the team selected their first ever pick, a young talented Japanese Canadian from North Vancouver, B.C., Paul Kariya. He was fourth overall in the draft and playing for the University of Maine. This would queue the opening scene to a dramatic hall of fame career. Following a World Championship gold medal and Olympic Games ...

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