Recent Events

  • Al3awad Bisalamatikom Almarhoum Samih Chaaban ( Abou Talal ) (12/1/2021) - Al3awad Bisalamatikom Almarhoum Samih Chaaban ( Abou Talal ) Dear brothers and sisters… It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of almarhoum Samih Najib Chaaban (Abou Talal) Mr. Chaaban passed away in Lebanon on Sunday, November 14,
  • Biennial General Meeting Sunday Dec.05 @ 2pm (11/22/2021) - Biennial General Meeting Sunday Dec.05 @ 2pm Dear Brothers and Sisters: Please be advised that the time of the meeting has been changed from 5pm to 2pm The Board of Directors of the Canadian Druze Society is pleased to invite
  • CDS Election Committee Appointed (11/18/2021) - CDS Election Committee Appointed Dear brothers and sisters… Please be advised that the CDS Board of Directors has appointed the following members as an election committee to help organize and monitor the CDS upcoming election set to be held on

Founded in 2000, the Canadian Druze Society of Ontario (CDS) is one of the largest and most vibrant  cultural centres in Ontario. Our mandate is to promote Druze culture and Canadian Druze heritage.​The CDS offers a broad spectrum of Druze traditional and contemporary cultural programs,  conventions, performances, film screenings, art exhibitions and other experiences for its thousands of members and hundreds of annual visitors.​The CDS heritage programming recognizes the sacrifices and accomplishments of the Canadian Druze community and contributes to the evolving Druze experience in Canada. The lessons of cultural acceptance implicit in the story of the Canadian Druze community are as relevant today as ever.​ The CDS is a registered charitable, not-for-profit organization.

Toronto Druze House

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The Canadian Druze Society (CDS) represents the fulfillment of a long held community vision; celebrating the unique culture, history, and legacy of Druze Canadians for the benefit of all Canadians. 

Membership

Our more than 3,000 members serve as the backbone of the Canadian Druze Society. By being a member of the CDS, you become a crucial part in helping preserve Canadian Druze culture and history for generations to come.

Family Membership
Heritage Night

Programs

The CDS offers many educational and informative programs such as cultural classes, Arabic lessons, workshops, activities, and children summer camp.

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898 Markham Rd.

Scarborough, Ontario, M1H 2Y2

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