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Welcome to the Nigerian – Canadian Association website. This Association is known for celebrating diversity and togetherness. Our community is an inclusive home away from home for all Nigerians in Saskatoon and their families. Whether you are Nigerian by birth, marriage or association, we welcome you, and look forward to growing together as a community.

OUR OBJECTIVES

  • Promote the image of Nigeria cum Canada and their cultural values.
  • Work together as a group for the betterment of Nigerians both at home and abroad.
  • Liaise with Nigeria High Commission (Ottawa) on behalf of members
  • Participating as a group in matters relating to the Multicultural Affairs in Saskatoon and other affiliated bodies in Canada.

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DONATIONS

DONATIONS

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VOLUNTEER

VOLUNTEER

Nca-Saskatoon events are majorly run by volunteers. We are always in need of volunteers.
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Upcoming Events

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Event Title

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July 2024

NCAS Summer Picnic

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October 2024..

Independence Day Celebration

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President

FROM THE PRESIDENT

According to the wisest man that ever lived, King Solomon, there is time for everything under the sun. There is time to nurture and develop an idea, share the idea to garner interest, initiate the implementation of the idea by engaging people, and eventually implement the idea for the benefit of all players. This is the springboard for actions in our esteemed Nigerian Canadian Association, Saskatoon.

I acknowledge the brilliancy, tenacity, and commitment of some of our distinguished leaders in Nigeria and in the diaspora who have worked tirelessly to ensure that the association attained its current outstanding national and international status. They have established a reputable, structured, and quality leadership that we celebrate worldwide.

Building on this laudable foundation, we shall recognize the Nigerian geopolitical regions and groupings for social interactions and development. I am convinced that such organised geo-political regions will not only bring leadership closer to the people but ensure effective grassroots participation in leadership while maintaining and sustaining Nigerian cultural diversity in the diaspora. We shall not only integrate and ensure oneness but harmonize the inclusiveness of regions in our leadership in the diaspora. We shall work against any divisiveness because we understand that united we stand but divided we fall.

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