Skip to main content

Baltic Federation in Canada

United With Ukraine

The Baltic community in Canada stands in solidarity with Ukraine against the Russian invasion.

Baltic Federation in Canada

Founded in 1949, the Baltic Federation in Canada is an umbrella-organization for the central socio-political organizations of the three Baltic communities in Canada.

Baltics in Canada

There are over 115 000 people of Baltic origin living in Canada.


Estonian Canadians


Latvian Canadians


Lithuanian Canadians


14 June

Commemoration June Deportations

  -   Across Canada
The June deportation (Estonian: juuniküüditamine, Latvian: jūnija deportācijas, Lithuanian: birželio trėmimai) was a mass deportation by the Soviet Union of tens of thousands of people from the territories occupied in 1940–1941: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, occupied Poland (mostly present-day western Belarus and western Ukraine), and Moldavia.
23 August

Black Ribbon Day

  -   Across Canada
Black Ribbon Day marks the anniversary of the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany. The pact and its secret protocols divided Eastern Europe into spheres of influence and led to the occupation of the Baltic states in 1940.