AMCA Toronto, an association of students and friends of Croatian Universities, founded in 1990, has become the centre of intellectual life of the Croatian community in Southern Ontario (Canada). It is the largest and the most vibrant association of its kind outside of Croatia.
A widely popular, thought provoking and fun way of socializing. The Club which is open to all book loving AMCA members is meeting once a month.
Initiated in year 2012 the club accomplished numerous urban hikes within the beautiful Toronto ravines and surrounding lands. The objective is to enjoy and explore natural wonders, learn about local heritage,
enjoy the company of friends and exercise in a friendly and healthy environment.
AMCA Youth was established in summer 2012 when young Croatian newcomers joined AMCA. Members of AMCA Youth enjoy the possibility of exploring Croatian and Canadian culture through academic and leisure activities. They also provide assistance and expertise in promoting and organizing these activities.
Dear colleagues and friends, AMCA Toronto invites its members and the community at large to an evening with one of the most outstanding young Business School professors, Nina Mažar of Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, renowned for her research on consumer behavior, on Friday, March 27, 2015 at 7:45 pm, at the Faculty Club of U of T, 41 Willcocks Street, Toronto. Prof. Mažar, will
Dear colleagues and friends, AMCA Toronto invites its members and the community at large to an evening with a renowned award-winning, internationally syndicated foreign affairs analyst Eric Margolis, on Friday, March 6, 2015 at 7:45 pm, at the Faculty Club of U of T, 41 Willcocks Street, Toronto. Mr. Margolis, one of the very few north American columnists who early on recognized causes and implica
Dragi kolege, Pozivamo vas na godišnju skupštinu AMCA-e Toronto koja ce se održati u petak 23. sijecnja 2015. u 7:30 navecer u Baka Gallery Café-u na 2256 Bloor Street West u Torontu. Na skupštini cemo cuti i prodiskutirati izvještaje o radu u protekloj godini, prodiskutirati prijedloge o izmjenama statuta i povecanju clanarina, izabrati nove clanove upravnog odbora te prodiskutirati nove ideje o
DEAR AMCA and AMCA BOOK CLUB MEMBERS!!! Next meeting of the AMCA Book Club will be held on Day: January 09, 2014 Time: 7:30 p.m. – ? Location: Pub of the UofT Faculty Club (41 Willcocks Street – North of College/East of Spadina Ave) The Evening’s Moderator: Andrew Duic 1) Discussion about this month’s book: “THE WOMEN UPSTAIRS” by Claire Messud 2) Miscellaneous
Evening Moderator: Tonica Duic Date: November 07, 2014 – 7.30 pm Place: U of T Faculty Club – 41 Willcocks Street, Toronto BOOK: The Silent Wife, by A.S.A. Harrison (published in 2013) Attendees: Nada Raffay, Tonica & Andrija Duic, Mika & Toni Vukas, Sanja Madunic, Lada Demarin, Perica Sever, Branka Komparic, Elizabeth Sakac, Dubravko Barac, Iva Berlekovic, Lila Lupo, Lada Majic, Vida Gr
Dear colleagues and friends, AMCA Toronto invites you to our Christmas Party on Tuesday December 9, 2014 at 7pm at Baka Café, 2256 Bloor Street West, Toronto. Admission for active AMCA Toronto members is free. For details, please see the attached flyer (in Croatian). Because of limited space, registration is mandatory at email@example.com. See you all on December 9. AMCA Toronto
Dear colleagues and friends, AMCA Toronto invites its members and the community at large to an evening with John S. Cowan, a former principal of the Royal Military College of Canada, on Friday, November 14, 2014 at 7:45 pm, at the Faculty Club of U of T, 41 Willcocks Street, Toronto. Dr Cowan will present the US, Canadian, and British views of the War of 1812, which are like the accounts of three