BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20120301T000000Z DTEND:20120301T000000Z DESCRIPTION:Admission by donation\n<a title="2010-23-2-4-26" href="http://w"></a>\nFloat at t he St. Jean de Baptiste Parade\; Montreal\, QC\nOne important long-term re sult of the wartime removal of Japanese Canadians was the establishment o f a unique Japanese community in Quebec. Beginning in 1942\, Japanese Can adians forced from the West Coast began to leave the West Coast or the ca mps and move East. The migrants\, especially Nisei\, found a warm welcome in Montreal\, where they interacted closely with both English and French Canadians. The community organized to build lasting institutions\, inclu ding churches\, stores\, and a newspaper. While some Japanese Canadians l ater returned West\, many preferred to remain in Montreal\, where they we re able to become absorbed into the wider society. Like the larger city\, Montreal&rsquo\;s Japanese population remains notable for religious\, ge nerational\, and linguistic diversity.\nGreg Robinson is Associate Profes sor of History at l Universite du Quebec A Montreal and the author of <em> A Tragedy of Democracy: Japanese Confinement in North America</em> (Columb ia).\nRecent publications by Greg Robinson will be available at the event. \n SUMMARY:Speakers Series: Greg Robinson LEST WE FORGET: THE INTRIGUING HISTO RY OF JAPANESE CANADIANS IN QUEBEC URL:/en/events/2012/03/01/speakers-series-greg-robinson-lest-we-forget-the/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR