Please visit our Official Website
Please visit our Official Website
The Grenadian Cultural Association of BC (GCABC) was incorporated on July 21, 1998. Its aims and objectives are:
Grenada was discovered 1498 by Christopher Columbus. It was named, "La Grenade" and also known as the "Isle of Spice". Grenada changed hands 14 times before coming under British rule until February 7, 1974 when it was granted nationhood. The year 2014 marks the 40th year of Grenada's Independence from Great Britain.
Grenada is known for its aromatic spices, white sandy beaches, friendly people and cultural festivals
For the past 16 years our Association has supported and received tremendous support from the Caribbean community and the community at large. By attending our fundraising events, you made it possible for us to meet some of our obligations to the charities we support locally, nationally and internationally. I would like to take his opportunity to thank you for your many years of assistance and we hope you would continue to support us in our future endeavours.
Charitable Donations: Some Past recipients
Covenant House: Vancouver, BC
Vancouver Co-op Radio: Vancouver, BC
Boca Secondary School (Grenada)
Princess Alice Hospital (Grenada)
Christian Education Centre (Grenada)
- President: Gail Bonner
- Vice President: Neil Niles
- Treasurer: Don Murray
- Secretary: Robert Gabriel
- Past President: Monifa Ayinde
- Director: Betty Murray
- Director: Albertha Gabriel
- Director: Diana John
- Director: Karen Griffith
- Director: Helena Georg
Membership shall consist of the following:
Grenadians and their dependents, associates and juniors, who are willing to observe the guiding principles of the Association.
Full membership - shall be open to all Grenadians 18 years and over and their dependents who are willing to observe and accept the guiding principles of the Association.
Associate Membership - shall be open to those 18 years and older who are not eligible for full membership and who are willing to observe and accept the guiding principles of the Association.
Prospective members will be admitted only upon written application. Each application must be endorsed by a member of the Association, in good standing, and will be filed with the Secretary.
Application Form – (We will soon have an application form available here to download)
Family membership: $30.00 per year
Single membership: $20.00 per year.
Associate Membership: $30.00 per year
Youth Membership: $5.00 per year
Meetings are currently held on the third Friday of each month (except for July and August) at Cameron Centre, Burnaby, BC.
• Independence Gala - includes dinner, cultural performances and dance
• GrenFest – Grenada Food Festival
• Summer Family Picnic
• Grenada Tea and Fashion Show
• Annual Children's Christmas party hosted by United Children's Christmas Club.
Mailing address: #309-1190 Pipeline Road, Coquitlam, BC V3B 7T9
For more information about our Cultural Association, please visit our Official Website
Reach us through our website : https://chca-bc.org/board
Or by email
Our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/CHCABC/
Our Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/chcabc/
President, Luc Charlemagne
For more information of St. Vincent Grenadines, please visit the official Government Website
The St. Kitts/Nevis Cultural Assoication of BC is dedicated to serving our Community.
To find out more, you may wish to visit the Official Government Website
Saint Kitts and Nevis officially the Federation of Saint Christopher and Nevis, is an island country in the West Indies. Located in the Leeward Islands chain of the Lesser Antilles, it is the smallest sovereign state in the Western Hemisphere, in both area and population, as well as the world's smallest sovereign federation. The country is a Commonwealth Realm, with Elizabeth II as Queen and head of state. It is the only sovereign federation in the Caribbean.
The capital city is Basseterre, located on the larger island of Saint Kitts. Basseterre is also the main port for both passenger entry (via cruise ships) and cargo. The smaller island of Nevis lies approximately 3 km (2 mi) to the southeast of Saint Kitts, across a shallow channel called The Narrows.
The British dependency of Anguilla was historically also a part of this union, which was then known collectively as Saint Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla. However, Anguilla chose to secede from the union and remains a British overseas territory.
Saint Kitts and Nevis were among the first islands in the Caribbean to be colonised by Europeans. Saint Kitts was home to the first British and French Caribbean colonies, and thus has also been titled "The Mother Colony of the West Indies". It is also the most recent British territory in the Caribbean to become independent, gaining independence in 1983.
Our association is dedicated to serving our native land, our members and the community at large in British Columbia.
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Or, find out a little more about our history, below.
The Barbados Cultural Association of BC (BCABC) was formed when like-minded expatriates of Barbados addressed the absence of a formal forum for the exchange of cultural ideas among themselves, and with others who share an interest in the cultural affairs of Barbadians.
Membership is open to the general public
President: Renita Drakes -
Vice President: Sharon Shreeves -
Secretary: Nerissa Allen -
Treasurer: Natasha Campbell -
Directors (Members at Large): Clavia Alleyne & Roger Moore
Immediate Past President: Raphael Drakes
P.O. Box 33504
Surrey, BC V3T 5R5