Events

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2024 Year of Dragon LNY Gala

After 3 years of hiatus, 350 friends and family of Malaysian Association of Canada members returned to Markham to celebrate the reunion in the Year of Dragon.

2023 Merdeka Picnic

Malaysian Merdeka Picnic in Toronto Canada 2023

Tanggal tiga puluh satu
Bulan lapan lima pulun tujuh
Merdeka~ Merdeka~~~

It’s the Annual Merdeka Picnic event and watch how we Malaysians enjoyed mingling, and of course the makan all the great Malaysian cuisine in this celebration!

2020 Chinese New Year Gala

2020 Annual CNY Gala

Every year, the members of the Malaysian Association of Canada come together under one roof to celebrate the Lunar Chinese New Year.

2019 Badminton

badminton

Time and Date: Every Tuesday. All MAC members and friends are welcome to join in. You can join us as members and save on the badminton fees!

Fees:
$70.00 for adults;
$50.00 for children below 16;
$5.00 per person for walk-in per session.

Equipment: There are 3 courts available. Net and plastic birds are provided.

Wismer Public School – Tuesdays 8:30 – 10:30 pm
171 Mingay Avenue, Markham, Ontario
(Major Intersection is McCowan and 16th Avenue)
Tel: (905) 471-5526. Please contact Raymond Soon for details: (416) 721-6130.

Online Events

ABOUT

Malaysian Association of Canada (MAC) is looking forward to a conversation with Dr. David Edward-Ooi Poon.

When: Sunday, Aug 15, 2021 | 9pm EDT
Where: Facebook Live Stream

Dr. David Edward-Ooi Poon is a Canadian family physician training to be a medical officer of health, and founder of Faces of Advocacy: Open The Canadian Border & Discontinue Quarantine Hotels a grassroots organization dedicated to the safe reunification of binational Canadian families during the COVID-19 related travel restrictions. With the help of over 12,000 members, they were directly responsible for the Extended Family and Compassionate exemptions into Canada. With multiple policies creating unfair immigration practices for Canadian families with loved ones overseas, his organization continues to push for safe, fair, and humane approaches to keeping families together.

In this interview, we will talk about what inspired Dr. Poon to start the organization, how to navigate the constantly changing Canadian travel requirements for Canadians and loved ones as well as what Faces of Advocacy can do for you if you wish to reunite with your loved ones in Canada during this challenging times.

His mother is from Kedah and he always has Indo Mie with egg alongside his Milo ice.

Who is Dr. Lawrence Loh, Peel Region’s top doctor? On May 2, Toronto Star named Dr. Loh as “The Man who took on Amazon, closed schools and defied expectations.”

Dr. Loh’s parents hail from Malaysia. He spent some years in Malaysia for school and college, before returning to Canada. Get to know Dr. Loh as he shares about his Malaysian heritage, hobbies, perspective on anti-Asian racism and hopes and dreams post-pandemic.