News and Updates
Follow the latest updates and news about our society. This page will be updated on a regular basis until July 2020.
The final tulip bulbs have been sold! Our Vice-President Erik van der Ven did a presentation at the Dutch Business Club NED event and handed over the last box with flower bulbs to the Vancouver based Consulate General of the Netherlands.
The counselors of the City of Abbotsford have been working hard on planting the Liberator tulips which will turn the streets red this Spring. Thank you Abbotsford!
The individual branches of the Royal Canadian Legion are enjoying a great fundraising project by selling the CANADIAN LIBERATOR at their command, from the Pacific to the Atlantic and here in Fredericton.
We are shipping the bulbs!
A big thank you to all our sponsors and individual purchasers.
Original Source: Burnaby Now A Burnaby-based operator of seniors’ homes is taking part in a national project to commemorate the liberation of the Netherlands by
The Dutch Liberation Canadian Society is looking for community support as it gets set to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Netherlands and the rest of Europe.
As events marking the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Normandy wind down, members of the Canadian Dutch community are planning to celebrate the 1945 liberation of the Netherlands.
Source: blackburnnews.com It’s time to stock up on orange clothing and wooden shoes because from now on, May 5 will be known as Dutch Heritage
by Joost Blom The Dutch Liberation 2020 Canadian Society is a group of volunteers that has got together to assist and promote the commemoration in
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 2010 – The six British Columbia regiments, which helped liberate the Netherlands in 1944 and 1945 from its brutal Nazi oppressor,
50th Anniversary of the Liberation of the Netherlands by Dutch-Canadians in Vancouver, British Columbia
In May 1995, to commemorate the 50th Anniversary, William Zylmans, Hans Steen, Gerry Bouwman, and Hank van Ness were the directors of the Holland Revisited Society
The Dutch-Canadian Committee 1945-70 under the Patronage of Her Majesty Queen Juliana and His Royal Highness Prince Bernhard of The Netherlands created “Operation Thank You