National Japanese Speech Contest (Canada) 全カナダ日本語弁論大会

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The National Japanese Speech Contest (Canada) was established in 1989 under the auspices of the Japanese Embassy in Ottawa in order to promote the Japanese language education in Canada. NJSC has been sponsored by the Japan Foundation and held at a different location annually. Consulates General of Japan, universities and corporations have provided various suppot and assitance in making this event a very successful and important event. NJSC is organized by a regional organizing committee.

Thank you very much for your participation and support!
I have received very positive feedback from many people.       Norio Ota

Who can participate?

The first prize winners of the four categories (Beginners', Intermediate, Advanced and Open) in the regional speech contests are eligible to participate in NJSC. Airfare and accommodations are provided.

The 21st NJSC, 2010

The 2010 NJSC will be held at York Univeristy, Toronto, on March 28, 2010, Sunday.
Please fill out the application form and fax it to Norio Ota.
Please look at the following cover page for further information (under revision)
Cover page
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   New features:

   Welcome dinner reception:


This event would not be possible without generous donations by many organizations and corporations. The Organizing Committee is grateful for their support for 2010 NJSC. The Committee would appreciate donations - prizes, scholarships and operational funds. Tax receipts will be issued through the Hastaing Park Foundation. Please find further information in the following Request for donations.
Request for donations
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