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Year-end Message from your President of the Canadian Romanian Society of Alberta

As the year comes to an end, I would like to report to you on a complete sequence of events and issues that your Board of Directors undertook since elected in March 2016.

In the 2 nd quarter we were initially engaged in responding to and resolving several outstanding items, from an AGLC Audit, that we inherited from previous years Administrations. In this process, we reviewed former Board minutes, attempted to locate and identify certain documents and upgrade office files. During this period, preliminary preparation was also undertaken for the Boian Museum Cultural picnic and the Edmonton Heritage Festival.
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Welcome to the official website of the Canadian Romanian Society of Alberta!

The Canadian Romanian Society of Alberta was incorporated as a non-profit organization on April 4, 1978. The idea of forming a Romanian organization was first discussed at an Annual Meeting of the Sts. Constantine and Elena Church. Grants from the Provincial Government were being discussed at the meeting, although churches or religious organizations did not qualify for grants.


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The Canadian Romanian Society of Alberta was incorporated as a non-profit organization on April 4, 1978. The idea of forming a Romanian organization was first discussed at an Annual Meeting of the Sts. Constantine and Elena Church. Grants from the Provincial Government were being discussed at the meeting, although churches or religious organizations did not qualify for grants. Thus, the idea of creating a Romanian organization with no religious ties, was born. Steve Axani took the idea to William Yurko, a Member of the Alberta Legislative Assembly, to assist. Eventually, a Society was incorporated, with the signatures of the following people who were appointed to the Board:

President:

The founding membership fee is $5.00 per year or $40.00 for a lifetime membership.
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Minutes from Annual General Meeting March 16 2016 (pdf)

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Special Resolution

I hereby certify that the following Special Resolutions at a general meeting of the members of the Canadian Romanian Society of Alberta on March 29, 2015.

The by-laws were changed as follows:
They were replaced by the attached by-laws.

Date: November 23, 2015


Title: President

The Canadian Romanian Society Of Alberta BY-LAWS

I. Definitions

1.1 Annual General Meeting

A yearly meeting of the members

1.2 Audit

The official examination of the Society and its records

1.3 Auditor

Any individual(s) authorized to examine and verify accounts

1.4 By-Laws

The Rules and regulations of the Society

1.5 Board of Directors

The Board of Directors, Executive or Board, shall mean the President, Vice­ President, Secretary, Treasurer and Directors (3) of the Society. The President shall be the Chairman of the Board

1.6 Director

In addition to the Officers of the Board, there shall be three (3) individual members elected at the Annual General Meeting who shall sit on the Board of Directors and assist in the management of the affairs of the Society

1.7 General Meeting

A meeting other than an Annual General Meeting called to deal áwith the Constitution or by-Laws

1.8 Honorary President

William J. Yurko is appointed as Honorary President in recognition of his position held at the time of incorporation of the Society

1.9 Liability

A debt of the Society

1.10 Officers

The President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer of the Society

1.11 Ordinary Resolution

A decision passed by a majority of the members voting favorably on a motion made

1.12 Quorum

1.13 Registered Office

The address where the Society receives its mail and deliveries

1.14 Special General Meeting

A meeting called to deal with special business between Annual general Meetings

1.15 Special Resolution

The decision required to change the constitution or By-Laws at a General Meeting


II. Membership

2.1 Any person residing in Canada, and being of the full age of 18 years, may become a member of the Society upon payment of the lifetime membership fee.

2.2 Any person not residing in Canada may become a non-voting member of the Society upon payment of the lifetime membership fee

2.3 Any person residing in Canada and being under the age of 18 years may become a non-voting member of the Society upon payment of one-half of the lifetime membership fee. Any person who was under the age of 18 years and a member in good standing at the time which these By-Laws were adopted shall continue to have all privileges of a member of the Society including voting privileges

2.4 The founding members of the Society shall automatically be lifetime members without payment of any membership fee

2.5 The lifetime membership fee shall be determined, from time to time, by the members at the Annual General Meeting

2.6 Any member wishing to withdraw from membership may do so upon notice, in writing, to the Board through its Secretary

2.7 Any member, upon a two-thirds vote by all members present at an Annual General Meeting of the Society, may be expelled from membership for any cause which the Society may deem reasonable

2.8 Refusal of a membership may be made by the Board

2.9 Refusal of a membership by the Board may be appealed to the members of the Society at the Annual general Meeting

2.10 Should a member or a group act in a manner contrary to the aims and objectives of the Society, the Board will have the right to act as a disciplinary committee and take any action it may deem necessary, including temporary suspension of membership and temporary loss of membership privileges subject to ratification at the Annual General Meeting


III. Voting

3.1 Any member who is at least 18 years of age, who has ánot withdrawn from membership, nor has been suspended or expelled, shall have the right to vote at any meeting of the Society.

3.2 All voting at an Annual General Meeting, Special or General Meeting may be by secret ballot, or by a show of hands, to be at the discretion of the majority of the members present, However, all elections shall be by secret ballot

3.3 The Chairman shall only vote to break a tie


IV. Meetings

4.1 Annual General Meeting

The Society shall hold an Annual General Meeting on or before March 31st of each year, of which notice in writing to the last known address of each member shall be delivered in the mail fourteen (14) days prior to the date of such meeting. At this meeting there shall be elected a President, vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and three (3) Directors who shall form a Board and shall serve until their successors are elected and installed. In addition, two (2) Auditors shall be elected. One (1) member of the Society áshall be elected to represent the Society, along with the President and Vice-President, as members of the Management Board of the Italian-Romanian Seniors Housing Association. Any vacancy occurring during the year shall be filled at the next Annual General Meeting, provided it is so stated in the notice calling such meeting. Any member in good standing shall be eligible to any office in the Society.

4.2 General Meetings

General Meetings of the Society may be called at any time by the Secretary upon instructions of the President or Board, by notice, in writing to the last known address of each member, delivered in the mail eight (8) days prior to the date of such meeting.

4.3 Special or General Meetings

(1) The Board of Directors may, at their discretion, call a Special or General Meeting, by setting forth the reasons for calling such meeting by letter, to the last known address of each member, delivered in the mail fourteen (14) days prior to the meeting.

(2) The President, upon receipt of a petition signed by one-third (1/3) of the members in good standing, shall call a Special or General Meeting, setting forth the reasons for calling such meeting, by letter, to the last known address of each member, delivered in the mail fourteen (14) days prior to the meeting.

(3) A Special or General Meeting shall have not less than one-third (1/3) of the voting members of the total Society present to constitute a quorum.

4.4 Quorum

(1) Seven (7) voting members, in good standing, shall constitute a quorum at any General Meeting

(2) Five (5) members of the Board of Directors shall constitute a quorum at any meeting of the Board of Directors

4.5 Attendance at Board Meetings

Any member of the Society may attend a Board meeting upon request and approval by the President


V. Election and Term of Office

i. Persons entitled to hold office on the Board of the Society shall be members in good standing, at least 18 years of age and have been a member in good standing for a period of one (1) year immediately prior to the date of the election

ii. The Board of Directors, elected each year, shall consist of the following positions:

(1) President
(2) Vice-President
(3) Secretary
(4) Treasurer
(5) Directors (5)

iii. Two (2) Auditors shall be elected each year.

iv. Prior to completion of their term as President of the Society, the President shall act as Chairman of a Nomination Committee for member of the Board of Directors for the following term.

v. Nominations for the Board of Directors shall take place at the Annual General Meeting and all nominees must be present, or if they are not present at the meeting, consent in writing, to act as a member of the Board must be given before the appointment or election.

vi. One (1) Board member, living in the Boian area, must be elected to the Board of Directors of the Canadian Romanian Society of Alberta at the AGM.

vii. The term of office of each member of the Board of Directors and Auditors shall be appointed for two (2) consecutive year term, or until their successors are appointed. The appointment commences at the Annual General Meeting. One-half (1/2) of the Directors are appointed each year.

viii. The term of office for each President shall not exceed two (2) consecutive years. Elected positions, other than the President, may hold consecutive terms of office.

ix. Any Board member who is absent for three (3) consecutive Board meetings, without just cause, may be dismissed by the Board.

x. Any member of the Board of Directors may be removed from office upon a majority vote byall members present at a Special or General Meeting called for this purpose and properly pursuant to Section 4.03 of these By-Laws.


VI. Board of Directors - Duties and Responsibilities

6.1 The Board shall, subject to the By-laws of directions given by the majority vote at any meeting properly called and constituted, have full control and management of the affairs of the Society

6.2 Meetings of the Board shall be held as often as may be required, but at least once every three (3) months and shall be called by the President

6.3 A special meeting of the Board may be called on the instructions of any two (2) members of the Board, provided they request the President, in writing, to call such meeting and state business to be brought before the meeting

6.4 Meetings of the Board shall be called by ten (10) days notice, in writing, mailed to each member of the Board or by three (3) days notice by telephone, fax or electronic mail

6.5 Any five (5) members of the Board shall constitute a quorum and meetings shallá be held without notice if a quorum of the Board is present, provide, however, that any business transaction at such meetings shall be ratified at the next regularly call meeting of the Board; otherwise, they shall be null and void

President

6.6 The President, subject to the authority of the Board, shall have general supervision of the Society. The President shall be ex-officio a member of all committees. He or she shall, when present, preside over all meetings of the Society and of the Board

Vice-President

6.7 The Vice-President shall assume the duties of the President in his or her absence

Secretary

6.8 The Secretary shall attend all meetings of the Society and of the Board and shall keep accurate minutes. of all such meetings, officially signed by the President and Secretary. In the case of the absence of the Secretary, such duties shall be discharged by such officer as may be appointed by the Board

6.9 The Secretary shall have charge of all correspondence of the Society and be under the direction of the President and the Board

Treasurer

6.10 The Treasurer shall receive all monies paid to the Society and shall be responsible for the deposit of same in an approved financial institution

6.11 The Treasurer shall keep proper accounting records and shall be responsible for the deposit of money, the safekeeping of securities and the disbursement of funds of the Society. He or she shall present a detailed account of receipts. and disbursements to the Board whenever requested and shall prepare duly audited year-end financial' statements for the Annual General Meeting

6.12 The Treasurer shall at all times make available all accounts and books for inspection by the President, the Board and any authorized Auditor or authorized person

Directors (5)

6.13 A total of five (5) Directors shall be elected each year. Each Director shall assist the Board as directed and each shall act as Chairperson of at least one of the following committee, however, the number of committees shall not be restricted to the following.

(1) History
(2) Boian Museum
(3) Membership
(4) Fundraising and Casino
(5) Cultural Events and Social Media

6.14 The board of Directors shall comply with Key Principles. The seven key Principles, advocate as the roots of socially responsible behavior, are:

(1) Accountability
(2) Transparency
(3) Ethical behavior
(4) Respect for stakeholders interests
(5) Respect for the rule of law
(6) Respect for international norms of behavior
(7) Respect for human rights


VII. Signing Authority

7.01 Deeds, transfers, assignments, contracts, obligations, certificates, negotiable á instruments and other documents shall be signed on behalf of the Society by any two (2) persons holding the office of President, Vice-President, Treasurer or Secretary


VIII. Auditing

8.1 Two (2) members of the Society shall be elected at the Annual General Meeting each year for the purpose of auditing the books, accounts and records of the Society

8.2 The fiscal year-end of the Society shall be December 31st.

8.3 A complete and proper statement of the standing of the books for the previous year shall be submitted by the Auditors at the Annual General Meeting

8.4 Auditors shall be permitted to attend all Board Meetings; but shall not be permitted to vote at such meetings

8.5 The books and records of the Society may be inspected by any member of the Society at the Annual General Meeting or at any time upon giving reasonable notice and arranging a time satisfactory to the officer or officers having charge of same. Each member of the Board shall at times have access to such books and records


IX. Annual Operating Budget

9.1 Each year, the Treasurer and committee Chairpersons shall present an Annual Operating Budget, subject to the approval of the Board, which shall be voted upon by the members at the Annual General Meeting

9.2 Any propose General expenditures shall require approval of the membership at a General, Special or General Meeting


X. Borrowing Powers

10.1 For the purpose of meeting its objectives, the Society may borrow money in such a manner as it see fit. This power shall be exercised only under the authority of the Society and in no case, without the sanction of a resolution at an Annual general Meeting or Special General Meeting of the Society


XI. Remuneration

11.1 Unless authorized at any meeting of the Board and subject to ratification at the Annual General Meeting, no officer or member of the Society shall receive any remuneration for his or her services

11.2 The Board will have the power to determine remuneration for any expenses incurred by anyone pertaining to the Society


XII. By-Laws

12.1 The By-Laws may be rescinded, altered or added to by a Special Resolution at a General Meeting


XIII. Dissolution

13.1 In the event that the Canadian Romanian Society of Alberta becomes defunct or dissolves, all assets, i.e. monies, land, buildings and contents shall go to a charitable organization or religious group in the community or to the local municipality.

The Canadian Romanian Society Of Alberta

CONSTITUTION

I. Name of Society

1.01 The name of the Society shall be the Canadian Romanian Society of Alberta (the Society).


II. Objectives

2.1 To preserve, foster and promote Romanian culture, language, heritage, history and genealogy

2.2 To collect, restore, preserve and display artifacts, historical objects, buildings, literature and such other things as they may relate or are an integral part of the pioneering history of settlers of Romanian origin who settled in Canada and primarily in the territory that became the Province of Alberta.

2.3 To provide and maintain a museum for the general public to display artifacts and such other things as they may relate to Romanian pioneers and Romanian culture.

2.4 To honor and recognize the accomplishments of Albertans of Romanian origin and their offspring.

2.5 To promote and conduct events which give recognition to Romanian culture and tradition.

2.6 To promote and conduct events which give recognition to the culture and customs of the Romanian pioneers who settled in Alberta.

2.7 To promote the well-being of Canadian residents of Romanian descent residing in the Province of Alberta.


III. Legal Status

3.1 The Society is an autonomous and independent organization, having the right to legislate, administer and conduct its own affairs through its Directors and Officers duly elected by the members of the Society.

3.2 The Society shall function as a not-for-profit organization.


IV. Administration

4.1 The constitution and By-laws govern the administrative authority of The Society mid its committees and auxiliary organizations.

4.2 All official meetings shall be conducted in the English language, with interpretation or translation if required in Romanian.


V. Funds and Properties

5.1 The Society, committees and auxiliary organizations may own and acquire property, generate funds, accept donations, subsidies and grants and make donations of property and/or funds.

5.2 The Society holds title or leasehold to property and chattels located at the Boian Museum in the Province of Alberta.


VI. Amendments

6.01 The Constitution and By-laws of the Society may be amended or altered by Special Resolution passed by a vote of seventy-five percent (75%) of the members of the Society being in attendance at a General Meeting. Notice of such General Meeting shall be not less than fourteen (14) days, including two (2) Sundays, prior notice signed by the President and Secretary or the President and Treasurer, sent to all members of the Society specifying the intention to propose the Special Resolutions.

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Founding Members

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  Presidents  
   
  William J. Yurko
Honorary President
 
Steve Axani 1978-1979 Mike G. Toma 1979-1980; 1986-1987 Mike Perozni 1980-1981
Nick Hauca 1981-1982; 1988-1989; 1995-1996 Con Yurko 1982-1983 George Moss 1983-1984
Ted Prescott 1984-1985 Vasile Matache 1985-1986 Les Lutic 1987-1988
Dorene Zawadiuk 1989-1990 John J. Toma 1990-1991 V. Constantinescu 1991-1992
Len Lutic 1992-1993 George Gorda 1993-1994 George Caldararu 1994-1995; 1998-1999
Virgil Decu 1995-1996 Wm. J. Yurko 1996-1997 Sandy Lutic 1997-1998
G. Zvarluga 1998-1999 Richard Toma 2000-2001 Richard Shuhani 2001-2003
     
Lilian Bezovie 2009-2010 Dr. John Slanina 2010-2012 Richard Toma 2012-2013
Lilian Bezovie 2014-2016 George Moss Current President

We would like to gratefully acknowledge the following individuals as Founding Members of the Canadian Romanian Society of Alberta

Axani, Art
Axani, Rosemary
Axani, Constantine
Axani, Floyd J.
Axani, Mike
Axani, Steve
Axani, Doreen
Axani, Eugene
Axani, Ted
Axani, William
Baciu, Virgil
Bandur, Stan
Bandur, Marie
Basaraba, Daniel
Basaraba, George
Bistritam, Nick
Bezovie, Alex
Bezovie, Mary A.
Bezovie, Alexander
Bezovie, Daphne
Bezovie, Ann
Bezovie, David
Bezovie, Debbie
Bezovie, George
Bezovie, Olga
Bezovie, John
Bezovie, Kathleen
Bezovie, Nick
Bezovie, Lil
Bezovie, Tom
Bezovie, William
Bezovie, Mary W.
Bezuko, George
Bordean, Michael
Boyd, Kate
Bozocea, Dan
Bozocea, Susanna
Bozocea, John Alexander
Bozocea, Dinu
Cazacu, Lena (Ostapiuk)
Chebree, Michael S.
Chebree, Sandra A.
Chirita, Dumitru
Chrapko, Rocky
Clark, Georgina
Cochrane, Dorothy
Creison, Annette
Cucheran, George W.
Cucheran, Kost
Cucheran, Mary
Cucheran, Roger E.
Cucheran, Hanna
Daniel, Nick
Darda, George W.
Darda, John
David, Eugene
Denichuk, Pearl
Diletzoy, Adam
Diletzoy, Bessie
Dohei, Mary
Dubitz, Con
Dubitz, Mike
Dubitz, Sanda
Esak, Jean
Euchuk, Peter
Fedoreac, Maria
Feika, Thomas
Feka, Louis
Formos, Sarah
Girbav, Mary
Gorda, Nick
W. Gorda, Nickon
Dennis Gordy, Lena
Gregory, Ronald C.
Gulutsan, Metro
Dr. Gulutsan, Lena
Hnatiuk, Alex
Hnatiuk, Mary A.
Hantiuk, Nick
Hantiuk, Anne
Harrasin, George W.
Harrasin, Vera
Harrasin, Georgina
Harrison, Bill
Harrison, Mert
Hauca, Martin P.
Hauca, Mike
Hauca, Sandra
Hauca, Nick
Hauca, Georgina
Hauca, Nick P.
Hauca, Doris
Hauca, Steve N.
Hauca, Dorothy S.
Hauca, ToderN.
Hauca, Pearl Hawka,
Lena G. Hawka, Velma
Henetiuk, Arthur John
Henetiuk-Clark, Linda J.
Henetiuk, Tom
Hryhoretz, Mary
Humen, Paul
Humen, Marie
Hunchak, John W.
Hunchak, Kathleen J.
Hutscall, George J.
Hutscall, Ernie G.
Hutseal, Nick
Hutzcal, Domnika
Hutzcal, Floyd
Hutzcal, Jennie
Hutzcal, Johnny
Hutzcal, John P.
Hutzcal, Mary
Hutzcal, Steve
Hutzkal, Lazar
Hutzkal, Tom P.
Hutzkal, Katie
Iftody, George
Iftody, Sally
Iftody, Steve
Iftody, Delima
Iftody, Darline
Iftody, Georgette
Jefferd, Donna
Johnstone, Mary
Kachuk, Emelia
Kachuk, George K.
Kachuk, Sarah G.
Kachuk, Kostaki
Kaminsky, Mary
Karbashewski, Metro
Karpetz, Alice
Kelba, George
Kelba, Lena Janet
Kelba, Brian R.
Kelba, Kost
Kelba, Katie K.
Kelba, Ted
Kokotailo, Andy
Kokotailo, John
Kokotailo, Theodor
Kucheran, Nick
Kunelius, L.W.
Kunelius, Pearl
Lakusta, Frank
Lakusta, Lena
Lutic, Andrew
Lutic, Sanda
Lutic, Andy
Lutic, Kay
Lutic, Constantine
Lutic, Leonard A.
Lutic, Les
Lutic, Sandy A.
Maciborski, William
Maciborski, Sadie
Markowski, Fred
Markowski, Dorothy
Mascaluk, Bill
Mascaluk, Ann
Matache, Vasile C.
Matache, CaterinaJ.
McKim, Mary
Megley, Adam
Megley, Doris
Mehalcheon, George
Mehalcheon, Margeurite
Mehalcheon, Merton G.
Mihalchan, Laura V.
Mihalchan, R. E.
Mihalchean, Peter
Mihalchean, Mary
Mihalcheon, Alex
Mihalcheon, Helen
Mihalcheon, Elmer
Mihalcheon, Bergith O.
Mihalcheon, Evan
Mihalcheon, Mary G.M.
Mihalcheon, Walter
Miller, Anne
Morgan, George
Moss, ArmandJ.
Moss, Ethel
Moss, George G.
Moss, Margo O.
Moss, LiamG.
Moss, Mike
Moss, Lucy
Mow, Elsie
Munawich, Fred
Musurichan, Veronica
Naimish, Victor
Naimish, Sharon
Nickelychuk, Mike
Nickifor, Nick
Nitescu, Trajan
Mrs. Panciuk, Rev. Fr. Mircea
Panciuk, Ileanna
Patraniuk, Mary
Perozni, Lenard
Perozni, Bernice
Perozni, Tyler
Perozni, Mike
Perozni, Jean
Pipella, Michael
Pipella, Easy
Porozni, Bob
Porozni, Margaret
Porozni, George G.
Porozni, Sandra
Porozni, John
Porozni, Anne
Porozni, Nick
Porozni, Ron
Porozni, Willis
Porozni, Georgina
Predie, Metro
Prescott, Theodore
Prescott, Pearl
Rogoza, Dora
Romanko, Metro
Romanko, Jean
Romanko, Nick
Romanko, Mary N.
Romanko, Willis
Russ, Katie
Russ, Velma
Semeniuk, Steve
Serbu, Mary
Serbu, Mike
Serbu, Catherine
Serbu, SamJ.
Serbu, Anna S.
Serbu, Steve
Shandro, Sidor
Shuhany, George T.
Shuhany, Marie G.
Sinclair, Edward
Skirka, Michael
Skirka, Reta
Skirka, Rafera
Smulski, Dr.
Smulski, Marie
Solverson, Lena
Soprovich, Elie K.
Soprovich, Mary E.
Soprovich, George
Soprovich, John
Soprovich, Reta
Soprovich, Lena
Soprovich, Willis
Soprovich, Reta
Suprovich, Dan
Suprovich, Katrina
Svekla, Charlie
Svekla, Anne C.
Svekla, Harry
Svekla, Helen
Svekla, Martin
Svekla, Mary M.
Svekla, Mary N.
Swekla, Sandra J.
Tilley, Anne C.
Tkachuk, Constantine
Toma, Andy
Toma, Mary Lou
Toma, Dale
Toma, Floyd G.
Toma, George D.
Toma, Sarah G.
Toma, George J.
Toma, George W.
Toma, JohnJ.
Toma, Pearl J.
Toma, Katie W.
Toma, Michael G.
Toma, Anne
Toma, Mike Gregory
Toma, N.D.Michael
Toma, Packita M.
Toma, Sanda N.
Toma, Sandy
Toma, Norma
Toma, Raveta
Toma, William
Whitford, Harold
Yurko, Constantine
Yurko, Alice C.
Yurko, Helen
Yurko, KostN.
Yurko, Lena
Yurko, Michael J.
Yurko, Alien M.
Yurko, Richard M.
Yurko, Thomas
Yurko, Mary
Yurko, William J.
Yurko, Mary W.
Yurko, James R.
Yurko, William M.
Zaharichuk, Doris
Zaharichuk, John
Zaharichuk, Steve
Zaharichuk, Hazel
Zawadiuk, Dorene
Zukiwsky, Jack M.

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History of Boian

In the latter part of the 1800's the vast expanse of British North America was known as Rupert's Land — home to the Metis and Native people. In ...

The Historical Book

On behalf and in memory of Reverand Father Vasile Cohan Mrs. Ann Moscaliuk is pleased to present this historical book back to the Boian, Alberta Paris...

Their Arrival in Alberta

“La Canada! La Canada” (to Canada) answered Metro, a young lad of nine, when asked where the family was going. He and his mother were filling some...

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Their Arrival in Alberta

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“La Canada! La Canada” (to Canada) answered Metro, a young lad of nine, when asked where the family was going. He and his mother were filling some buckets with water at the village well in Boian, Bukovina, in March 1899. Metro had heard his people talking about a far away land called Canada. His parents had decided to leave their home and emigrate. Preparations were well underway for departure.

The land and railroad agents from Canada had done their work well. They had visited Cernauti and had painted glowing pictures of the New World. Word had filtered down to the villages included Boian. The inhabitants began discussing the disadvantages and advantages of making such a major move. Some said that “Ciine umble cu colaci pe coada. Si nuclei asa sint de mare ca poti sa le arunci in pod cu furca”. (The dogs run around with bread rings on their tails. The walnuts are so large that you can pitch them into the hayloft by the forkful). The advantages outweighed the disadvantages and many decides to emigrate.

The first Romanian settlers in east – central Alberta were Ichim Yourko, his wife Iftinica, their four year – old daughter Ioana and Elie Ravliuk. They arrived in Alberta in 1898 and spent the first winter in a bordei (covered dug – out) near present day Andrew. It was a miserable lonely time, made more so by the death of the Yurko’s only child. Ichim and Ravliuk wrote home and encouraged others to come.

The first group, consisting of about a dozen families, arrived the following year in March. Two months later the Tomas arrived with a larges group including Metro’s family and disembarked in Strathcona, the end of the railroad. Petrre who had come earlier was there to meet them and began scolding the new arrivals.

Why did you come?” he asked. “There is nothing but bush, water and wilderness here. How do you expect to keep alive?”

Another man told him bluntly, “Keep your mouth shut. Your father-in-law is here, too!”

“What!” exclaimed Petre, “the old bushy – haired one came too”

Two of the women began crying. A few of the more cool – headed men calmed the disturbance and the entire group made its way to the immigration hall.

These pioneers had taken along with them what they could and what they thought they would need. They had transported boxed, bags and trunks. Of course they were all dressed in their native garb and women had blankets, tapestries, bolts of cloth, vegetable was to prove a godsend when planted in the virgin Alberta soil. The men brought sickles, scythes, axes and the few carpenters among them had their complete sets of tools. One of them had even brought a small wooden plough. Few, if any, had money and no one spoke English. But they had courage, most were young and were doggedly determined to succeed in this new environment.

The Foremost persons or group of people migrated to Canada to a place called BOIAN, Alberta from Bucovina of Roumanian lineage and who spoke the Roumanian language and in many instances these persons spoke the dual lan­guages, that is the Roumanian and Ukrainian lan­guage.

These persons as cited were of peasant stock very few of them have had a day in school, and practically all were of the Orthodox Faith, that is of the Greek Orthodox Church.


The following names are as follows:

Mr. Elie Raviliuk, April in year 1898.
Mr. Echim Yurko, April in year 1898.
Mr. Nick Iftodi, April in year 1898, and family, wife from Molodia Bucovina.
Mr. Kostantine Iftody, April in year 1898, and family, wife from Molodia Bucovina.
Mr. loan Iftodi, April in year 1898, and family, wife from Molodia Bucovina.


The following arrived in March 1899

Mr. Kostantine Soprovich and wife Mr. Petra Esak and wife Mr. loan W. Toma and wife Mr. Kostantine Harabagiu
Mr. Dumitro Fieca and wife Mr. Dumitru Moscaliuk and wife Mr. loan Semeniuk and wife Nicolai Feica and wife Mr. Toder Kelba
Mr. Nicolai Hutzcal
Mr. Petra Cucheran


The following names of persons arrived in May 1899:

Mr. Mihai Yurko and wife
Mr. Toder A. Toma and wife
Mr. loan T. Toma and wife
Mr. Vasili T. Toma, single
Mr. George T. Toma, single
Mr. Sava Serbu and wife Maria.
Mr. loan Serbu, single
Mr. Dumitrum Nicolai, Mihai Serbu
Mr. Nicolai Hauca and wife and Dumirtu
Mr. Nicolai Kelba and wife Domnica and son loan.
Mr. Stefan Scrimbets
Mr. George Mehalcheon and wife
Mr. Zaharia Mehalcheon and wife and family
Mr. Petra Harasim and wife
Mr. Vasili Harasim and wife and family
Mr. loan Cucheran and wife
Mr. Vasili Gorda and wife
Mr. Vasile Svecla and wife
Mr. Nazar Yurko and wife
Mr. Petra Hutzcal and wife
Mr. loan Patreniuk and wife
Mr. Petra Bizovie
Mr. Condra Scira, single

Source: boianchurch.mareleboian.com

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History of Boian

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In the latter part of the 1800's the vast expanse of British North America was known as Rupert's Land — home to the Metis and Native people. In 1870 Prime Minister John A. Macdonald negotiated the transfer of Ruperts Land to Canada.

In 1896 the Federal Liberals swept to power on a promise to populate the West. The government viewed this rich agricultural area as the potential bread basket of the nation. The Honorable Clifford Sifton, Minister of Interior, visited the Bucovina area of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and encouraged Bucovinians to migrate to Canada.
The government's prescription for immigration was "A stalwart peasant in a sheepskin coat, born of the soil, whose forefathers have been farmers for generations with a stout wife and half a dozen children is good quality". This message went out to Europe, Scandinavian countries and the Balkan states. Our Romanian pioneers fit this description well, and they were overwhelmed with the prospect of owning land. And so they came.

Subsequently Government surveyors marked out townships down to quarter sections of 160 acres. For a $10.00 registration fee any adult male could apply for a free quarter of land. Title would be granted after three years residence and improvements.

The first identified and recorded Romanians who came to Canada settled in Saskatchewan from 1896 to 1900. The first settlers to Alberta from Boian, Bucovina came in early 1898. They were Ichim Yurko and Elie Ravliuk. They settled in an area in Alberta that they named Boian after their home town in Bucovina.
The Boian area was rich in grass, lakes, creeks, and forests. All these resources were wonderful for homes, fuel for fires, and raising grain and livestock. Yurko and Ravliuk were very much attracted to this new land for it was very similar to their homeland in Bucovina.

In their letters to relatives in Boian, Bucovina Yurko and Ravliuk encouraged their former townsmen to join them in this wonderful area later named Alberta. Subsequently some 30 Bukovian Romanian families organized themselves for the journey to Canada. In the spring of 1899 two groups of Romanian immigrants packed their belongings, travelled by cart to the railhead, then by train to Hamburg, by boat to Halifax, and finally by train to Edmonton. Then they hired teams of horses and wagons and journeyed northeastward of Edmonton to land where they made their new homes.
The Romanian families who arrived from Boian, Bucovina, prior to 1900 and who formed the nucleus of the settlement of Boian, Alberta were (alphabetically) the Cuchurean, Cozub, Feica, Gorda, Harasym, Hauca, Hutzcal, Iftodi, Isac, Kelba, Moscoliuc, Murariu, Mihalchan, Matei, Porozni, Petruniuk, Ravliuk, Romanko, Surca, Soprovici, Svecla, Toma, Yurko and Zaharichuk families. They were joined by other Romanian families and by January, 1901 approximately 100 Romanian families were settled in the Boian district. Smaller groups of Romanian settlers settled in rural Alberta districts such as Ispas, Shepenge, Midway, Malin, Hamlin, Desjarlais, Shalka, Borowich, Zhoda, Soda Lake and Smoky Lake.

In the spring of 1909 the Calgary Albertan reported about a party of Romanian immigrants at a C.P.R. depot.

"None of the party can speak English, but they were apparently enjoying themselves and in the best spirits, when visited by an Albertan reporter and a C.P.R. policeman. The new arrivals are of exceptionally fine physique and altogether appear to be a desirable class of immigrants." The emigration continued to 1921.

Many Romanian emigrants who came to Canada as pre-school children were unable to obtain even a basic education. By the time schools were built in Canada they, especially the young ladies, were grown and married, and had children of their own.

The first shelters were very primitive, built of logs with sod roofs and dirt floors and maybe a tiny window or two to let in the light. The violent forces of nature brought bitter cold, long and lonely winters, a situation more often to be endured rather than enjoyed.

In 1918 when the Spanish flu epidemic swept the globe our pioneers were helpless against the forces of this virus. Medical help was far away, and there were no doctors, nurses or medicines. They resorted to garlic, whiskey and what other folklore medicine they could think of. Some became deathly ill and others had multiple deaths of infant children. They buried their dead and prayed.
These difficult times were followed by prosperity and better times. Mechanized equipment and tractors were becoming the new trend in farming and the heavy work became easier. By 1929 they faced another crisis The Depression Years. The prices of agricultural products fell to an unbelievable low. A prime marketable hog was sold for about $3.50 and a 60-bushel wagon box of wheat fetched about the same amount. The people on the land had enough food but it was extremely difficult to clothe a large family with this kind of income. These people did not concede defeat. They summoned their energies and survived. Another period of contentment, prosperity, advancement of farming technology followed.

In 1939 when World War II broke out the community of Boian and surrounding districts experienced a mass exodus of adult people. Some volunteered and others were called for military duty. Others left for Eastern Canada to work in mines, and factories that produced for the war effort. Some people from each family were allowed to remain and farm the land.
As the war escalated in Europe, and every news hour was bombarded with war casualties, the parents listened and the mothers wept silently and prayed for the safe return of their children. The war came to an end and most returned safely but only for a brief period to embrace their loved ones, and then they were off to urban centers to take construction jobs, government and professional jobs, to attend universities, to become teachers and entrepreneurs. But their roots were always in Boian.

The original pioneer immigrants became pensioners and senior citizens and held their grandchildren on their knee, with stories of the hard times and the good times.
One hundred years later if we travel to Boian and at the crossroads of Boian Center we will see the museum, which is developing and growing yearly. As we ascend the long hill we approach St. Mary's Orthodox Church, steeped in history and standing magnificently as a stately sentinel overlooking the long valley below. We cannot help marveling at the genius of our pioneers for choosing this site for the church. As we let our eyes sweep the landscape - from the foot of Eagle Tail Hill southward to the village of Hairy Hill we envision the progress and the work of our pioneers. The Province declared the church and graveyard a "classified Historic Site". We walk southward through the cemetery which is neatly kept and groomed by the loving hands of volunteers, we walk among the crosses to find the eternal resting place of "The Stalwart Peasant in a Sheepskin coat" and along side the Stout wife who brought forth and nurtured a large family of children.

The Romanian immigrants maintained many elements of their eastern European folk culture. They cooperated and assisted one another to build familiar institutions which lessened the shock of their transition to the new land of Alberta. In 1921, during the first Alberta census year, a detailed breakdown listed a total of 2,017 people of Romanian descent in Alberta. Since 1921 the Romanian heritage presence in Alberta has multiplied manyfold. Some of the Romanian families who migrated to Alberta prior to 1900 have multiplied into six generations and some into seven generations. The time has come for these many past, present and future generations to honor and remember our ancestors who gave us historical, emotional, linguistic, spiritual and economic brilliance as Canadians.
Vasile (Bill) Yurko Steve Axani

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The Historical Book

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On behalf and in memory of Reverand Father Vasile Cohan Mrs. Ann Moscaliuk is pleased to present this historical book back to the Boian, Alberta Parish years ago it was given to her by of the surviving Cohan family members in memory of their father . Mrs. Moscaliuk was considered to be a close member of their family in that as a teenager she cleaned house and baby sat the children during the many years that Father Cohan served at the Boian Parish.

Canadian Romanian Society of Alberta sponsorised digital version this book. Now its free from download in PDF format (5,76 mb)

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Sport

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Soccer 2012-13 Indoor - Men - Tier 4 Balogh

Soccer 2012-13 Indoor - Masters - Div 2

Soccer 2012-13 Indoor - Masters - Premier

Turneu preolimpic de polo Edmonton 2012

Romania Master - Miniworld Cup 2012

Soccer - Romania FC

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Soccer 2012-13 Indoor - Masters - Div 2

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Date Time Home Team Score Visiting Team Field
Fri, Oct 19, 12 10:15 PM 12 Stars
7 - 8
Ursus Romania South #11
Fri, Oct 26, 12 08:15 PM Ursus Romania
2 - 6
La U West #3
Sat, Nov 3, 12 07:00 PM Rampage Masters
2 - 3
Ursus Romania West #1
Fri, Nov 9, 12 10:30 PM Ursus Romania
3 - 0
The Paullbearers South #12
Fri, Nov 16, 12 09:45 PM Rapid Fire
2 - 12
Ursus Romania West #2
Fri, Nov 23, 12 06:45 PM Ursus Romania
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Mainlanders South #10
Fri, Nov 30, 12 06:30 PM Ursus Romania
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Whitemud United South #12
Fri, Dec 7, 12 06:45 PM MC United 2 Masters
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Ursus Romania East #6
Sat, Dec 15, 12 05:45 PM Pioneer Hitch FC
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Ursus Romania West #2
Fri, Jan 4, 13 10:00 PM Ursus Romania
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12 Stars South #9
Fri, Jan 18, 13 07:30 PM La U
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Ursus Romania South #12
Sat, Jan 26, 13 07:15 PM Ursus Romania
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Rampage Masters West #3
Fri, Feb 1, 13 10:45 PM The Paullbearers
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Ursus Romania West #2
Fri, Feb 8, 13 09:00 PM Ursus Romania
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Rapid Fire East #5
Fri, Feb 22, 13 09:30 PM Mainlanders
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Ursus Romania South #12
Fri, Mar 1, 13 06:45 PM Whitemud United
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Ursus Romania West #2
Sat, Mar 9, 13 05:30 PM Ursus Romania
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MC United 2 Masters West #4
Fri, Mar 15, 13 07:15 PM Ursus Romania
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Pioneer Hitch FC South #11

Division Standings

Team GP W T L GF GA +/- Points
Pioneer Hitch FC 5 / 18 5 0 0 32 8 24 15
Ursus Romania 5 / 18 4 0 1 28 17 11 12
MC United 2 Masters 5 / 18 4 0 1 23 11 12 12
Mainlanders 5 / 18 3 1 1 22 12 10 10
La U 5 / 18 3 0 2 26 15 11 9
Rampage Masters 5 / 18 2 1 2 12 11 1 7
Whitemud United 5 / 18 2 0 3 15 19 -4 6
The Paullbearers 5 / 18 1 0 4 11 27 -16 3
12 Stars 5 / 18 0 0 5 14 38 -24 0
Rapid Fire 5 / 18 0 0 5 8 33 -25 0

Top Scorers

  Player Team Goals
1. EVARISTO CASANOVA La U 12
2. SAMMY BINDER Ursus Romania 9
3. LAWRENCE BATES MC United 2 Masters 7
4. BRIAN SAYBEL Pioneer Hitch FC 6
5. SANTIAGO GOMEZ La U 6
6. YOSIF ALHALFI 12 Stars 6
7. JAMES MATTHEW Rapid Fire 5
8. DONG CHUAN LI Mainlanders 5
9. ZHI CHEN Mainlanders 5
10. DWAYNE LANG Pioneer Hitch FC 4

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Soccer 2012-13 Indoor - Men - Tier 4 Balogh

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Date Time Home Team Score Visiting Team Field
Thu, Oct 25, 12 09:15 PM FC Dacia Romania
2 - 11
Western Ridge South #11
Thu, Nov 1, 12 08:00 PM Eternity FC
7 - 4
FC Dacia Romania South #9
Thu, Nov 8, 12 08:45 PM FC Dacia Romania
2 - 10
Edmonton Cosmos East #6
Thu, Nov 15, 12 09:45 PM Middlesbrough FC
5 - 4
FC Dacia Romania East #6
Thu, Nov 22, 12 08:30 PM FC Dacia Romania
7 - 5
Ocho FC West #4
Thu, Nov 29, 12 09:15 PM The Hasbins
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FC Dacia Romania West #3
Thu, Dec 6, 12 09:45 PM Comets
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FC Dacia Romania South #10
Thu, Dec 13, 12 08:00 PM FC Dacia Romania
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Belmac United 2 Men South #9
Thu, Dec 20, 12 09:30 PM FC Dacia Romania
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CSKA Blues FC West #4
Thu, Jan 10, 13 08:45 PM Western Ridge
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FC Dacia Romania South #10
Thu, Jan 17, 13 07:00 PM FC Dacia Romania
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Eternity FC South #9
Thu, Jan 24, 13 08:45 PM Edmonton Cosmos
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FC Dacia Romania South #10
Thu, Jan 31, 13 08:30 PM FC Dacia Romania
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Middlesbrough FC South #12
Thu, Feb 7, 13 08:45 PM Ocho FC
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FC Dacia Romania West #2
Thu, Feb 14, 13 08:30 PM FC Dacia Romania
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The Hasbins West #4
Thu, Feb 21, 13 08:30 PM FC Dacia Romania
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Comets West #4
Thu, Feb 28, 13 09:30 PM Belmac United 2 Men
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FC Dacia Romania South #12
Thu, Mar 7, 13 08:00 PM CSKA Blues FC
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FC Dacia Romania South #9

Division Standings

Team GP W T L GF GA +/- Points
Western Ridge 5 / 18 4 1 0 28 7 21 13
The Hasbins 5 / 18 4 1 0 27 10 17 13
Edmonton Cosmos 5 / 18 4 1 0 22 7 15 13
Eternity FC 5 / 18 3 0 2 21 14 7 9
Comets 5 / 18 2 1 2 9 15 -6 7
CSKA Blues FC 5 / 18 1 2 2 12 11 1 5
Ocho FC 5 / 18 1 0 4 22 24 -2 3
FC Dacia Romania 5 / 18 1 0 4 19 38 -19 3
Belmac United 2 Men 5 / 18 1 0 4 5 22 -17 3
Middlesbrough FC 5 / 18 1 0 4 13 30 -17 3

Top Scorers

  Player Team Goals
1. CODY DONNAN Ocho FC 9
2. ERICK RIVAS The Hasbins 8
3. OBINNA AHANONU Eternity FC 8
4. DONAVIN KAVICH Middlesbrough FC 7
5. AARON FRIEDLAND Western Ridge 7
6. STEPHEN MAY CSKA Blues FC 6
7. HAMLET FUENTES The Hasbins 5
8. MARIO PANIZZON FC Dacia Romania 5
9. MARIO VARGAS MEZA Edmonton Cosmos 5
10. THOMAS PORETTI Western Ridge 5

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Soccer 2012-13 Indoor - Masters - Premier

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fotbal romania

Date Time Home Team Score Visiting Team Field
Sat, Oct 20, 12 06:45 PM Chile Masters
4 - 3
Romania FC West #2
Fri, Oct 26, 12 06:30 PM Romania FC
3 - 3
Ital Canadian Masters West #4
Fri, Nov 2, 12 07:45 PM Serbian Masters
1 - 8
Romania FC East #6
Fri, Nov 9, 12 07:15 PM Romania FC
5 - 6
Bosnia Herzegovina Masters South #11
Fri, Nov 16, 12 08:00 PM Romania FC
5 - 2
Canadians West #1
Sat, Nov 24, 12 06:15 PM Roots FC/Spartak
4 - 3
Romania FC West #3
Sat, Nov 24, 12 08:45 PM Roots FC/Spartak
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Romania FC West #2
Fri, Nov 30, 12 09:45 PM Romania FC
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Taps RU South #10
Fri, Dec 7, 12 09:30 PM MC United 1 Masters
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Romania FC West #4
Fri, Dec 14, 12 09:00 PM FC Slavija RS
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Romania FC East #5
Fri, Jan 4, 13 08:15 PM Romania FC
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Chile Masters South #11
Fri, Jan 11, 13 07:00 PM Ital Canadian Masters
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Romania FC West #1
Fri, Jan 25, 13 09:45 PM Romania FC
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Serbian Masters South #10
Fri, Feb 1, 13 07:00 PM Bosnia Herzegovina Masters
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Romania FC West #1
Sat, Feb 9, 13 06:45 PM Canadians
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Romania FC West #2
Fri, Feb 15, 13 09:30 PM Romania FC
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Roots FC/Spartak South #12
Fri, Feb 22, 13 07:45 PM Taps RU
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Romania FC South #10
Fri, Mar 1, 13 09:30 PM Romania FC
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MC United 1 Masters East #8
Fri, Mar 8, 13 08:00 PM Romania FC
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FC Slavija RS West #1

Division Standings

Team GP W T L GF GA +/- Points
Taps RU 8 / 18 5 2 1 27 22 5 17
Bosnia Herzegovina Masters 6 / 18 4 1 1 45 26 19 13
MC United 1 Masters 6 / 18 4 0 2 33 19 14 12
FC Slavija RS 6 / 18 3 1 2 22 21 1 10
Chile Masters 6 / 18 3 1 2 20 21 -1 10
Romania FC 6 / 18 2 1 3 27 20 7 7
Ital Canadian Masters 6 / 18 1 2 3 15 19 -4 5
Canadians 6 / 18 1 1 4 15 26 -11 4
Roots FC/Spartak 6 / 18 1 1 4 15 35 -20 4
Serbian Masters 6 / 18 0 3 3 18 33 -15 3

Top Scorers

  Player Team Goals
1. SINISA MATIC Bosnia Herzegovina Masters 11
2. JAMIE MERRITT MC United 1 Masters 11
3. IONUT ALBULESCU Romania FC 11
4. ISMAEL RODRIGUEZ Bosnia Herzegovina Masters 11
5. IZUDIN HALILIC Bosnia Herzegovina Masters 9
6. ZORAN MALETIC FC Slavija RS 9
7. JOSE LUIS GARCIA Chile Masters 6
8. SERGIO MAIONE Ital Canadian Masters 5
9. NATHAN TUININGA MC United 1 Masters 5
10. RONALD SLISKOVIC Bosnia Herzegovina Masters 5

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Turneu preolimpic de polo Edmonton 2012

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Romania Master - Miniworld Cup 2012

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Soccer - Romania FC

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2011-12 INDOOR - MASTERS - PREMIER

Team GP W T L GF GA +/- Points
Taps RU/Korea 0 / 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
El Salvador 0 / 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Global United 0 / 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Romania FC 0 / 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Spruce Grove FC 0 / 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sporting United FC 0 / 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
MC United 1 Masters 0 / 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Karpaty Masters 0 / 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Canadians 0 / 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Spartak 0 / 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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