John Endo Greenaway

John Endo Greenaway is a graphic designer based out of Port Moody, British Columbia. He is also the editor of The Bulletin: a journal of Japanese Canadian community, history + culture.  

Updated August 2014

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Interview: Judge Maryka Omatsu

Maryka Omatsu was appointed to the Ontario Court of Justice in 1993. It was a time when the Canadian judiciary was composed of few women and even fewer minorities, and she became the first woman of East Asian heritage to be appointed to any Canadian court. Prior to her appointment she was a lawyer for 16 years, practicing human rights, environmental, and criminal law. She worked for all levels of government, taught a course at Ryerson University and at Lanzhou University in China, and lectured in Tokyo and Kyoto, Japan. She also served as the Chair of the Ontario Human …

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Artist Talk: Steven Nunoda

Steven Nunoda’s family history reads like that of many other Japanese Canadians. Both sides of the family lived in Vancouver prior to the war—his paternal grandfather ran the Powell Street Bakery and his maternal grandfather ran a rooming house and a grocery store. Both families, including his mother and father, were interned in the Slocan Valley for the duration of the war.

Although he grew up far removed from the wartime experiences of his parents and grandparents, Nunoda recently began to delve into the history of that time and the result is Ghostown, an exhibit that opens at the …

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