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WELCOME to UNIC CLUB of TORONTO, CANADA

The UNIC Club of Toronto is a non-profitable organization whose aims and objectives are to lend helping hands to all sons and daughters of Edo State of Nigeria. The running and funding of the Club are based on the monthly contribution of its members and the kind donations of people like you when we embark on a project.

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Membership

Open to all Edo State citizens

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A Child helped today could be your Savior tomorrow

COUNCIL OF ELDERS

The council of elders are made up of past presidents. The executives call on the body for consultations and advise on issues that cannot be resolve by the executives

MEET OUR EXECUTIVES

UNIC SPEECHES

Unic Presidency Acceptance Speech

Sunday Dec. 4th, 2016

Thank you, thank you so much!

Mr. Ehizonwangie, my predecessor, Mr. Omoregievia, & Pro Issa Odidi, our respected patrons, Chiefs, & Barristers, My elders, my fellow comrades, ladies and gentlemen.
I feel so honored to be deemed fit by my fellow members as to be elected to be the president of this organization, more so, humble to be standing in front of you tonight. I affirm myself to you that this privilege will not be taken for granted.
Congratulation to all my fellow executives, it is my honor to work with you, and I look forward to our new challenges of working together in the days, week, month and yrs ahead. Read More…

Mr. Former President, my elders, fellow comrade

Am humble and privileged to stand here to present to you as president, our road map for 2017, let me began by first acknowledging the grace of God for preserving our lives from one ending year to another, more so; we should give Him thanks for his travel mercies on members that were away during the Christmas holiday, may His grace continue to sustain us throughout this year and beyond.

Allow me to use this opportunity to once again thank you for given me the opportunity to be the custodian of the presidency seat for the next two years. I am aware of the enormities that come with occupying the seat, and the confidence you have given me, which is why Integrity & transparency will be my moto with your cooperation and our collective minds, we will succeed together. Read More…

CONGRATULATING DINNER PARTY FOR OUR PATRON, PROFESSORISA ODIDI ON HIS CHIEFAINCY TITLE
(THE SARDAUNA OF ZUBA)

Renaissance Hotel (Toronto) – The Unic Club of Canada, Toronto organized a one of a kind dinner party for Professor Isa Odidi, the club’s patron and one of the successful Nigerians in Canada on Saturday June 5, 2005 on his newly confered chieftaincy title – The Sardauna of Zuba.

The party was graced by dignitaries from all walks of life both within Canada and outside. Guests came in from all over the world, U.S, Europe and from Nigeria. It was a showcase of who is who in the society. There was also representative from the government of Canada and Nigeria. Read More…

First Anniversary of Our Late Member
Monday Uyi Ediagbonya

On Saturday, April 30 2005, the Unic Club members came together to remember their late member, Monday Uyi Ediagbonya. Late Uyi Ediabonya passed on to the lord on April 26th, 2004. The ceremony was held at St. Augustine Catholic Church in North York here in Toronto.

Earlier in the day at the Beachwood Cemetery, the final resting-place for late Uyi Ediagbonya, friends and, all members of the Unic Club gathered to pay their last respect. Despite the inclement weather, well-wishers and sympathizers defer the rain to turn our amass. Read More…

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UPCOMING EVENTS

2018 01 Sep

27th ENAW Convention in Canada

4:59 pm

FEATURED BUSINESS

To be Updated

PATRON / PATRONESS

Mr. Andy Omorogieva (USA)
Prof Isa Odidi (Toronto – Canada)