La Kandidatoj por la Estraro de K.E.A. 2012-2013

2012-2013. Jen listo de la kandidato laŭ alfabeta ordo, kun iliaj loĝurbo kaj provinco.

  Yves Bellefeuille,       Otavo       ON
  Raymond Brisebois,   Londono   ON
  Geoffrey Greatrex,     Otavo       ON
  Paul Hopkins,             Kalgario    AB
  Gregory Nacu,            Kingstono ON
  Ken Price,                   Toronto     ON
  Bob Williamson,         Dartmuto  NS

Vi povas legi la 'Blogon' de Ken Price en ĉi tiu retejo por iom pli da informo pri kio okazos rilate al elekto de la nova estraro.


Toronto Esperanto Circle

We meet nearly every Monday on the 2nd floor of Loblaws, 60 Carlton Street, at the northwest corner of Carlton Street and Church Street, one block east of Yonge Street (College subway), from 18:00 to 19:00 to drink coffee and enjoy conversation in Esperanto. At 19:00 some of us go to one of the nearby restaurants to eat and continue the conversations.

Click here to see our calendar, and click here to see our Meetup group, where all information about our events can be found. We ask that you join our Meetup group and RSVP using Meetup to each event that you will attend.

Our Bulletin: La Torontano (The Torontonian)

All issues of our bulletin, La Torontano, are accessible to our members using Google Drive.

Esperanto Conversation for Beginners (ECB)

ECB is a different kind of meeting from our social meetings, the goal of which is to help beginners to feel comfortable speaking Esperanto, with the help of a few fluent Esperantists who speak slowly and clearly, but only in Esperanto (while beginners should feel free to use English words as needed). Check our calendar for dates, times, and other details.

Biblioteka Vespero (library evening)

From time to time we gather together at the home of one of the club members, which also serves as the library of our club, and there we discuss interesting issues, enjoy some fine refreshments and get to know each other better.

Executive Committee

  • President: Matthew Chisholm
  • Vice President: Scott Robert Dawson
  • Vice President of krokodilaj* Affairs: Allison Ryan Lortie
  • Secretary: vacant
  • Treasurer: Detlef Karthaus

*related to speaking one’s national language in an Esperantist or international setting

You can contact us at esperanto.toronto(at) for more information.

TAKE7 : PanAmerican Esperanto Congress

The 7th PanAmerican Esperanto Congress (T.A.K.E.) took place in Montreal, from July 12 to 18, 2008.

The theme of the congress was :

Ecosystems, Languages, Cultures :
Diversity for a Sustainable Development in the Americas

More information available on the T.A.K.E. website :

Write to Santa Claus in Esperanto

In many countries, year-end celebrations are coming, and, again this year, more than one million children in Canada and across the planet will write to Santa Claus. In Canada, most children write to Santa Claus in English, French or one of the twenty-five other languages spoken by Santa Claus and his elves.

Since 2002, Esperanto has been one of the languages used by Santa Claus. The Quebec Esperanto Society invites Esperanto-speaking children to discover this Christmas tradition by writing a handwritten letter to the following address (please indicate clearly the word ESPERANTO in your letter) :


This program, which aims at promoting literacy, is made possible by Canada Post's hard working elves.

ARE 2007 : Fall Esperanto Esperanto Gathering

A.R.E. stands for Aŭtuna Renkontiĝo de Esperanto, a meeting of North-Eastern Esperantists which lasts over Canada's Thanksgiving and the U.S. Columbus weekend. In 2007, the gathering will take place from the 5th to the 8th of October.

ARE is organized by the Québec Esperanto Society and Esperanto organizations from the U.S. For more information, please visit Aŭtuna Renkontiĝo de Esperanto


The fifth meetup for esperanto-speakers in central Canada (MeKaRo) was held in Montreal, May 19th to the 21rst, 2007. The theme of this year was History.


Saturday, May 19th

  • 14:00 : Gathering in front of the tourist information center (corner of Place Jacques-Cartier and rue Notre-Dame). Walkaround in old Montreal (with esperanto-speaking guides);
  • 15:00 : Visit to the House of Sir George-Étienne-Cartier, 458 Street Notre-Dame East (price per person : about 6$) ;
  • 18:00 : Dining at restaurant 'Hong Kong', in Chinatown (1023 Saint-Laurent, corner of De la gauchetière, price between 8$ and 12$)

Sunday, May 20th

  • 10:00 : Visit of the 'Centre d'histoire de Montreal', 335 place d'Youville, old Montreal, price per person 2.50$, close to Metro Place-d'Armes
  • 12:00 : Lunchtime;
  • 14:30 : Short conferences at UQÀM, in room DS-1520 (320, Ste-Catherine Street East);
  • 17:30 : Diner at Commensal; (1720 St Denis)
  • 19:00 : movies at NFB (1564 Saint-Denis) (silent movies, etc; 25 seats)

Monday, May 21st

  • 09:00 : Gathering at the Mont-Royal metro station. We take bus 11 west to get to Lac des Castors.
  • 10:00 : We discover the Mont-Royal and visit of the Smith House.
  • 12:00 : Organized picnic (cost: 6$, let us know you're coming, we'll prepare the food!);
  • 14:00 : End

Pictures of last year's MeKaRo in Ottawa can be found here

Esperanto in The Walrus

In its September 2006 edition, The Walrus Magazine published an article about Esperanto : Tongues of the World - Unite!.  read more »

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