Diaspora: Diaspora (Canada)
Members Thanking God For Granting Them New Year

Christians Charged To Renew Their Strength In Prayers

Wednesday, January 4, 2017 Christians all over the world have been charged to renew their strength in prayers to proclaim God rsquo;s mercies, favors, successes and blessings in their lives. Very Reverend Joseph Owusu Atuahene, the superintendent minister in charge of Ghana Methodist Church of Toronto, issued the ch ...

Arduous 2016, Prosperous 2017.

Monday, January 2, 2017 It was fire works in all Ghanaian and non Ghanaian churches throughout Toronto- Canada on December 31, 2016 watch night service. Not by firing knock outs, shouting to the cavalcades of lights to usher in a new year as usually done every December 31 of the year around the globe. But making inte ...

Ghanaian Chiefs Were Delightful To Watch In Toronto In 2016

Saturday, December 31, 2016 The chiefs and people of Ga-Adangbes in Toronto-Canada were delightful to watch in the whole year of 2016. As the association held series of events to demonstrate Ga-Adangbe tradition and culture in Toronto, the chiefs, queen mothers, traditional priests as well as ordinary member ...
Ga-Adangbes Having Fun

Toronto Ga-Adangbe Awards 26 Ghanaians

Friday, December 30, 2016 The Ga-Adangbe Association of Toronto-Canada has awarded 26 Ghanaians for their meritorious services to individuals, associations and communities. Out of the 26 recipients, 21 of them were women of dignity followed by five distinguished men who all received prestigious awards for th ...

Toronto NPP Soiree On January 7, 2017

Friday, December 30, 2016 The New Patriotic Party NPP Toronto chapter will hold a soiree on January 7, 2017. Afterwards, the chapter executives will embark on thank you tour to all Ghanaian churches and organizations. Mr. Alex Barning, vice chairman of the chapter confirmed these to me in an exclusive interview ove ...

A Scorched Earth Policy? Asks NPP-Canada

Wednesday, December 28, 2016 Media reports suggest that an increasing number of Ghanaians are expressing disquiet over the spate of actions of the out-going Administration of President John Mahama since their electoral defeat. These reported actions, which were without recourse to the Joint Transition Team or the in-coming A ...

NPP Soiree Overshadow Christmas In Canada

Tuesday, December 27, 2016 The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Toronto chapter is yet to celebrate the victory the party won in the last election in Ghana. However individuals, Ghanaian traditional associations and religious organizations have been holding celebration events since the elections ended and the NPP won. A ...

Welcome To Canada, “Yours To Discover Country”

Sunday, December 18, 2016 Maybe the economic downturn currently being experienced in Ghana is informing your decision to migrate to a foreign country to seek a greener pasture. Canada is one of the beautiful countries in the world that you may be considering migrating to start a new life therefore following procedu ...
Winners receiving their awards with joy

Toronto Ga-Adangbe Shows The Way

Saturday, December 17, 2016 The Ga-Adangbe Association of Toronto-Canada has awarded 26 Ghanaians for their meritorious services to individuals, associations and communities. Out of the 26 recipients, 21 of them were women of dignity followed by five distinguished men who all received prestigious awards for th ...

Ghanaians In Foreign Lands Urged To Help One Another

Thursday, December 15, 2016 A special appeal has been issued to Ghanaians living in foreign destinations to do well and assist their fellow citizens who might need help. It has been observed that wherever Ghanaians find themselves either in Europe, Asia, North America and the Caribbean rsquo;s or even back home in Gh ...
 Late Kwabena Boadu

NPP-Canada: Win One-Touch For Kwabena Boadu, Chairman Adams, Chairman Jake, H.E. Aliu Mahama, Et Al

Sunday, November 27, 2016 quot;Never was so much owed by so many to so few quot; was a wartime speech made by the British Prime Minister Winston Churchill on 20 August 1940. What was true then and sagely spoken by Mr. Churchill is true now, albeit in different circumstances, for the NPP. If the NPP stands today li ...
Wulomo Nii Akrong Praying

Ga-Adangbe Wulomo Urges Unity Among Ghanaians In Canada

Sunday, August 28, 2016 The chief priest of Ga-Adangbe Association of Toronto in Canada, Wulomo Nunmo Nii Akrong has urged all Ghanaians living in Canada irrespective of their tribe or religion to unite as one people and live in peace. According to the chief priest, in unity lies the great strength to achie ...
Wulomo Praying For Peace

Ga-Adangbe Homowo Celebrated In Style In Toronto-Canada

Wednesday, August 24, 2016 It was Ghanaian tradition and culture at its best when the Ga-Adangbe Association of Toronto held its annual Homowo festival on August 20, 2016. Ga-Adangbe chiefs and queen mothers elegantly dressed in their traditional clothe and native sandals displayed their ancestral heritage bequeathe ...
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