Amid the current COVID-19 pandemic, the International Estonian Centre (IEC) project team is continuing its work while closely monitoring and adhering to all regulatory health and business requirements. It is anticipated that some processes, such as interactions with municipal governments, businesses and other partners will be impacted as we all adapt to a new temporary work environment. We will keep you updated – please follow our social media links and check our website for project news.
All systems are in full gear for the International Estonian Centre (IEC). Progress in key areas was presented at the March 10th Community Engagement Session held at the Estonian House in Toronto.
Project management, design and the capital campaign have marked major strides forward in recent months and members of the Estonian community came out to hear first-hand about work on all fronts.
Paul Lillakas of Toronto opened the session, and spoke about the impetus behind his family’s donation to the IEC Capital Campaign.
Paul is a third-generation Estonian and represents the Põldma and Lillakas families, who have become Viru Vanemad donors. The family unanimously decided to support the IEC in honour of their parents and grandparents Meinhard and Selma Põldma, who were vibrant and active members of Toronto’s Estonian community.
Eesti Elu Nr. 31 - 7. august 2020 DIGILEHT
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