Welcome to Canada’s Kashubia Witomë do Kanadné Kaszëbë
The first Kashubs arrived in Canada from Kashubia in 1858 and settled the villages known today as Wilno, Barry’s Bay, and Round Lake Centre in Ontario. They are situated in the west end of Renfrew County. After 160 years, the descendants of these first pioneers, still speak the native language and still practise the Kashubian traditions which has been down from one generation to the next. Please explore the cultural elements by clicking on Language, music, dance, embroidery, quilting, costumes, religion, sports, media,, museum, furniture etc which are found on the top of this page. Below are some scenes from Canada’s Kashubia. Please feel free to explore Canada’s Kashubia.