In the spirit of being Canadian, JETAA Q/A has created a booklet with recipes that show you some of the different ways you can cook with maple syrup. Enjoy!
For our summer Japan Book Club, we turned our attention to Masks by Enchi Fumiko, a landmark work by one of the major Japanese women writers of the 20th century. Over a discussion of Noh theater masks, the Tale of Genji, religion, the role of women in Japanese society, and the life of Enchi herself, we enjoyed Japanese snacks and the black sesame baking prowess of one of our club members!
On august 23, 24, and 25 JETAA chapters from across the country gathered for this year’s national conference.
On the morning of August 3rd 2019, this year’s JETs left for Japan!
New JETs, alumni, and members of the Montreal Japanese community were invited to a farewell cocktail at the official residence of the Consul-General of Japan hosted by Acting Consul General of Japan in Montreal Mr. Osamu Izawa.
On August 2nd, 2019, Quebec and Atlantic JET Programme participants gathered together for the first time and attended Pre-Departure Orientation in Montreal to get ready for their life in Japan!
On July 13 and 14 JET Programme Short-Listed Candidates and JET hopefuls gathered at Thomson House.
On June 22 and 23 Weekend Orientation was held in St. John’s for the first time!! JET Programme shortlisted and alternate candidates. Several JETAA Q/A members attended to give advice and share their experiences.
On June 21st, 22nd and 23rd, a three-day Weekend Orientation was held in Halifax for Atlantic JET Programme shortlisted and alternate candidates. Several JETAA Q/A members attended to give advice and share their experiences.
This year’s Japanese classes for JETAA Q/A members, 2019 JET Programme participants, and JET hopefuls were held in May and June at McGill Thomson House with Japanese language instructors Patrick Chaury and Yuri Aikawa. We also want to extend a special thank you to JETAA members Francesca and Philippe for all their help.