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The White Eagle Polish Association is a non-profit organization, founded to maintain and promote Polish culture in Victoria. The Association aims, among others, to maintain and promote Polish culture, preserve traditions and help Polish immigrants adjust to life in Canada.The headquarters of the Association is the White Eagle Hall, which is the focal point of Polish cultural activities in Victoria.

Click on the link to read the Constitution of the White Eagle Polish Association:
http://dom.strony.ca/StatutHali/index.html

For events hosted by the Association, click here

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Our headquarters, the White Eagle Polish Hall

If you are looking for a place to hold your next event, we can help!

Click here for more information on the White Eagle Hall

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6 Responses to “Welcome to the White Eagle Polish Association!”


  1. 1 Kopczynski Andrzej November 11, 2013 at 8:07 pm

    Chcialbym Wam wszystkim pogratulowac wspanialej strony i jestem zaskoczony jak pieknie dziala Bialy Orzel. Congratulations to all of you, you are a best direction to other Polish organizations in BC – keep going – former president of Canadian Polish Congress – Andrzej Kopczynski 94-96. Al the best form my family.

  2. 3 Kopczynski Andrzej January 17, 2014 at 8:44 pm

    Thanks Dan, I appreciate your answer. I wrote some essays about CPC BC Branch history. Searching for old records I found 3 photos from your Hall. They are from 1993. I was in your Hall in 1994. Also your delegation was on the Parliament Session as “CPC BC Branch” delegation in 1995, where you were greeted by all MLAs on the occasion of the Constitution of 3rd May Anniversary. Speech about Constitution was performed by hon. Joan Sawicki MLA and Speaker of Parliament BC. Would you have any photos from 90-ties and could send them to me I will be very thankful. They will go to CPC History. http://www.kpkbritishcolumbia.com/
    I like to sent you 3 quite antique photos. What is the best way to do it over the internet. They are jpg. format. Do you like to get them?
    Sincerely Andrew.

    • 4 Ania July 18, 2014 at 10:01 am

      Hi Andrzej, we would love to have these photos. The best way to send them is to victoriapolishhall@gmail.com. We are celebrating the 60th anniversary of the White Eagle Hall this year! I am looking for photos from our history, which I will also be presenting at the Quo Vadis conference in August. I will gladly send along some photos for the KPK website.

      • 5 Kopczynski Andrzej July 18, 2014 at 5:35 pm

        Great Ania, these are a good news. KPK – platform that may connect all Polish in BC – this was our goal. Share, and share all Polish photos, events current and past, and so on. Iwona Swiatczak is extremely good in doing all things related to internet presentation. My son Andrew, would be an asset (second year of computer engineering at BCIT) if someone will convince him to do so. So maybe with your help Polonia may get a well educated computer engineer??? Surely I’ll sent you all our photos, and some from the time I was in Victoria as a president of CPC. Quo Vadis – fantastic opportunity to youth – please capture as many as you can. Just in case I’m sending you my sons e-mails. Adam 18 years old, starts SFU in September:
        adamkopczy@gmail.com, and Andrew 20 years – BCIT, e-mail: kopczynski.zesty@gmail.com . I hope one day they will be with Polish Eagle Association, and this is in your hands. Happy name’s day – Anna – July 26, “od Anki zimne wieczory i ranki”. Once again thanks for e-mail.

      • 6 Jan September 16, 2015 at 8:51 am

        You should look up some of the older polish community the peolpe who started and built the hall.I’m sure that there are tons of pictures of us dancing the float in the mayday parade, picnics at beaver lk etc.


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