Scholarship in Music announcement – Greek Language in Canada

The Hellenic Initiative Canada Graduate Scholarship in Music supports outstanding international scholars from Greece who demonstrate excellence, outstanding potential and a passion and commitment to music.
The Scholarship is a merit-based award aimed at supporting students from Greece pursuing a Master of Music or Doctor of Musical Arts in composition at the Faculty of Music at the University of Toronto for the 2022-2023 academic year. The Scholarship provides multi-year funding to support graduate students for the duration of their program. The DMA in composition is jointly funded by The Hellenic Initiative Canada and the University of Toronto.
Applications will be assessed based on academic excellence, transcripts, and track record of accomplishments in music. Eligible candidates are requested to carefully read the scholarship application criteria and the requirement for supporting documentation before submitting the online application.
For further information regarding the announcement, the scholarship, the application process and supporting documents, please visit our website at or contact us at [email protected].
The deadline for the submission of applications is March 15, 2022.

THI Canada New Leaders Speaker Series on “Who Owns History?”

TORONTO – The Hellenic Initiative Canada New Leaders Speaker Series continues with Who Owns History? The Case for the Return of the Parthenon Marbles online on Thursday, March 24, 12 PM EDT. The discussion, featuring guest speaker Geoffrey Robertson, barrister, and moderated by Nik Nanos, Chief Data Scientist and Founder of Nanos Research Corporation, explores one of the biggest questions in the world of arts and culture – Who owns history, and should property taken without consent be returned to their place of origin?

Emergency Humanitarian Aid for Ukrainian Refugees

More than 2 million Ukrainians, mostly women, children and elderly victims of the crisis, have fled their homes to escape the unprovoked Russian attack of their homeland.    

The horrific Russian invasion has forced more than 2 million Ukrainian refugees to seek safety and protection in neighbouring European countries.  We applaud the humanitarian efforts in the border countries of Poland, Romania, Moldova, Hungary and Slovakia.


About 15,000 Ukrainians have arrived in Greece to date.  There is an immediate need for food, shelter, and medical aid. 

The Hellenic Initiative Canada is working with Doctors of the World (MdM) Greece to provide humanitarian aid, medical support and other services for Ukrainians arriving in Greece.  The program will provide:

  1. access to MdM Polyclinics, shelters and mobile units in Athens, Thessaloniki and Kavala to provide food, shelter, protection and care for Ukrainians arriving in Greece
  2. medical aid and psychosocial support services
  3. material aid to Ukrainian families to help cover basic needs

The Hellenic Initiative Canada has committed $25,000 to support this program.  We are asking for your help to raise additional funds to assist MdM Greece provide medical aid and other humanitarian services for Ukrainians arriving in Greece.   

Please help us help the women, children and elderly victims of the Ukrainian crisis.