Japanese Canadians in Regina display their culture at new festival

Koreto Yamauchi is bringing a taste of Japan to Saskatchewan. The President of the Regina Japanese Canadian Club is organizing a Japanese summer festival called Matsuri at the University of Regina this weekend to help people in the area learn more about …
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