Regretfully, due to the current COVID-19 wave, we have postponed the 2022 Wallenberg Day, originally set for January 16.  We plan for a new date in the spring.  Thank you for your understanding.  Please stay tuned – and stay safe.

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2021 Wallenberg Plaque Meetup  click here

We need your help…


Did you know that we rely on donations to put on our Civil Courage events?  Raoul Wallenberg Day, over the years, has brought attention to the courageous acts of many inspiring people, such as Ujjal Dosanjh and Chief Robert Joseph.


Our January 2021 Wallenberg Day virtual event takes place in a time of growing concern about the difference between quality journalism and “fake news”.  Our polarized societies increasingly threaten the safety and security of journalists, requiring them to face risks as they provide the lifeblood of democracy – factual reporting.  Despite those hazards, journalists continue their critically important work.  We must honour and protect their civil courage, now more than ever.


Please, by donating, help us to create Civil Courage events now and in future years.  You can use PayPal or credit/debit card to donate from a desktop or laptop computer.


Thank you for your support!

All Wallenberg Days (2006 to date)...

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2014-2019 at a glance…

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We would like to receive your nominations
for potential recipients of the

Wallenberg-Sugihara Civil Courage Award


Note – courage and personal risk are key factors.

Full Award Criteria are here.


Please contact us at info@wsccs.ca.
Communications will be respectfully
considered and will be kept confidential.



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