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Welcome to Haiku Canada

Saint John's conference accomodations
Saint John's conference registration
Betty Drevniok Award 2012
Haiku Creativity with Emiko
Montreal 2010 Conference Schedule
Montreal 2010 Conference Registration and Accomodation Information
Betty Drevniok Award 2009
Haiku Canada Vancouver 2009
Betty Drevniok Award 2007 and 2008 -- Important Deadline Changes
Betty Drevniok Award Results 2006
A Tribute to Marianne Bluger
Join Haiku Canada
About Haiku Canada
Haiku Canada Photo Gallery
Read about Haiku Canada's 25th Anniversary in 2002

Haiku Canada Weekend 2012
May 19-21
Toronto, Ontario




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Haiku Canada Members. Just a friendly reminder to renew your annual membership, if you haven't done so already. Click on the Join Haiku Canada link on the left of this page for membership details.

American Haiku Archives Web Site

The advisory board for the American Haiku Archives (AHA) is pleased to announce the launch of its new website at The archives, founded in 1996, is the largest public archives of haiku and related poetry outside of Japan, and is the official home of the Haiku Society of America archives. Many individual donors have also contributed thousands of books and papers to the collection, which welcomes ongoing contributions from around the world, especially of new publications and personal papers relating to haiku. The new Web site features poems and biographical material about the current honorary curator, H. F. Noyes, and selected past curators. It also presents extensive information about the archives, its location and history, how to use it, how to make donations, and much more. Please visit  to learn more about the American Haiku Archives and its mission.

The Pacific region of Haiku Canada(pacifi-kana) has created a very good website and invite you to visit it.

Haikuworld is an exceptional site for haiku related articles,books and contests.

Joanne Morcom invites all to visit her website.

André Duhaime has a very good site with Canadian and international haiku.

The Hailstone Poets of the Hailstone Haiku Circle invite you to visit their website.

If you have questions, concerns
or submissions for the Haiku Canada
website, please contact me

DeVar Dahl