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All-Auxiliaries / Family Life Conference, June 26-29, 2014 - Vatra Romaneasca, Grass Lake, MI...2014 Episcopate Congress: Friday, September 5, Saturday, September 6 and Sunday, September 7 at Vatra Româneasc─â, Grass Lake, Michigan...

Thursday, Apr 17, 2014  
PARISHES
Protection of the Mother of God Mission (2009) / Romanian Orthodox Deanery of Canada Centre (1972)

Western Canada

261 B-SAY-TAH RD
FORT QU, SK S0G 1S0
Clergy:

Parish Priest - The Rev. Fr. Cosmin Vint
BOX 1358
FORT QU'APPELLE SK  S0G 1S0
(306) 332-1554 / (306) 332-5900

Contact -
The Rev. Deacon John Bujea, Ph.D.
BOX 1341
REGINA SK  S4P 3B8
(306) 584-8943 / eljohn2@accesscomm.ca

Country:CANADA
Phone:306-332-5900
Website:http://saintmarycanada.com
Email:mihaelacosmin@hotmail.com
Liturgical Language:English
Driving Directions:

From North - Follow Saskatchewan Highway #35.  Proceed to Broadway St. and turn right.  Follow this road through Fort Qu’Appelle and toward the Village of B-Say-Tah.  Then follow directions above.

From South - Go North on any highway to Trans-Canada Highway #1, then follow the directions above.

From East - Follow Trans-Canada Highway #1 to Saskatchewan Highway #35.  Turn right (North) on Highway #35.  Stay on this road until it intersects with Highway #10.  Turn left (North) and follow it to Fort Qu’Appelle.  Then follow the directions from Bay Ave. above.

From West - Take Trans-Canada Highway #1 to Saskatchewan Highway #10 North past Balgonie.  Proceed to Fort Qu’Appelle.  Turn left at the first entrance, Bay Ave.  At the stop sign, turn left on Broadway St.  Stay on this road.  You will see the sign for the Village of B-Say-Tah.  Stay on the road until you see the sign “Orthodox Christian Centre” at MacKay Hill Rd.  Turn left (South).  The entrance to the Centre is a short distance up the hill and on the right.

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