Serbian Community

Homeland, Serbian Community
October 1, 2016 • SAN ISSUE 6 - Fall 2016

“Remain here!... the sun of another sky

Will not warm you like this one;

The bread is bitter there,

Where you find neither your kindred nor your brothers.”

– Aleksa Šantić

Article by Katarina Savić
Interview, Serbian Community, Young Journalists
October 1, 2016 • SAN ISSUE 2 - Fall/Јесен 2015

Young entrepreneurs – Combining convenience and usefulness

 

Article by Svetlana Stankic
Arts & Culture, Interview, Serbian Community
October 1, 2016

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Article by Снежана Ивковић
Canada, History and Traditions, Serbian Community
July 1, 2016 • SAN ISSUE 5 - Summer 2016
Article by Dušica Ivanović
Interview, Serbian Community
July 1, 2016 • SAN ISSUE 5 - Summer 2016

When you create a system that assists someone who is paralyzed, you immediately have the opportunity to see how your device improves the life of the patient. I have the impression that my first encounter with a patient and what we were able to achieve for them was decisive in quickly devoting me to the development of neuroprosthetics and neurorehabilitation. Since I have been involved in neurorehabilitation, not once have I wished to change my field or job.

Article by Ljiljana Vujnović-Ilić
Serbian Community, Young Journalists
July 1, 2016 • SAN ISSUE 5 - Summer 2016

In conversation with Maksim Grujić, 11-year-old fifth-grader from Toronto.

This year, 14-year-old eight-grader Nina Popović from Ottawa successfully published and presented her first book written in English, Runaway. The book is available in bookstores around Ottawa, as well as on Amazon and as a Kindle version.

Article by Maksim Grujić, 5. grade student from Toront
Business & Career & Finances, Serbian Community, Young Journalists
July 1, 2016 • SAN ISSUE 5 - Summer 2016

SYP (or Serbian Young Professionals) is a Toronto-based organization that meaningfully connects young Serbs who live in Canada by organizing various social and professional events. SYP is a non-profit organization and is financed with the help of volunteers and donors.

Article by Ljiljana Vujnovic-Ilic
Arts & Culture, Interview, Serbian Community
April 1, 2016 • SAN ISSUE 4 - Spring 2016

Kristina Bijelic, 25-year-old musicologist and singer, possesses one more unexpected quality: she speaks fluent, grammatically correct Serbian, and uses the occasional English expression with the obligatory explanation that she does not know the word in Serbian. She was born in Toronto. She has never lived in Serbia.

Article by Dušica Ivanović
Serbian Community
April 1, 2016 • SAN ISSUE 4 - Spring 2016

To have goodwill, to be an aid for someone we do not personally know, to let those warm feelings of humanity well up inside of us since we have accomplished something good, presented humanity with our own, small contribution.

Article by Angelina Racic
Serbian Community
January 1, 2016 • SAN ISSUE 3 - Winter 2016

In Ontario, an option for the accommodation and care of the elderly is the retirement home “Zora,” which has existed in Kitchener for several years. The home was founded in 2014 and is operating at full capacity, much to the pleasure of our community.

Article by Ivana M. Đorđević
Arts & Culture, Interview, Serbian Community
July 1, 2015 • SAN ISSUE 1 - Summer/Лето 2015

I Brought the Soul of Serbia to Toronto

“I didn’t want to emigrate to Europe because I had the feeling that we were seen as second-class citizens. I didn’t choose America either because there you would have to abandon your cultural heritage. Canada seemed to be a fortunate compromise, because it presents everyone the opportunity to nurture their own culture and language.”

Article by Gojko Milićević