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TORONTO — “Armenians from around the world are busy making choreg at this time of year.  It’s a tradition to prepare this sweet, delicious bread at Easter, however we were lucky that our grandmother would make it throughout the[...]

TORONTO – In the beginning Rev. Majed el-Shafie’s interest in Armenian issues was limited to Armenian Genocide recognition. His Canada-based organization called One Free World International was trying to promote such recognition both[...]

NEW YORK — Filmmaker Atom Egoyan and composer Mary Kouyoumdjian have partnered with the Metropolitan Museum of Art and created an original work titled “They Will Take My Island,” about the late painter Arshile Gorky. The premier[...]

TORONTO (CBS News) — He may not look like a rock star, but for a certain shorter fanbase, Raffi is just that. “I’m the lucky guy whose songs apparently delight children,” he said. He’s been playing children’s music[...]

TORONTO (Horizon Weekly) — Eugenie Papazian Korkorian-Yeranian, a Toronto woman believed to have been one of the last Canadians to have survived the Armenian Genocide, died on January 14, four months shy of her 105th birthday. Eugenie[...]

TORONTO — The documentary capturing Armenia’s Velvet Revolution, titled “I am not Alone, directed by Garin Hovannisian and executive produced by Serj Tankian, premiered to a sold-out crowd Saturday evening at the Toronto[...]

By Raffi Bedrosyan Over the years, I have met many hidden Armenians from different regions of Turkey. Each one has a unique story which can become an article or even a book on its own. Some stories can be shared, most cannot. Some are[...]