|Rev. Dr. József Pungur (Edmonton, AB)
||Presbyterian reverend and scholar, ex-professor in Kenya and at the University of Alberta, author of many religious books and essays, Editor-in-Chief of the Hungarian Reporter, the online new cast of the HNAC.
|József Imre (Toronto, ON)
||Historian, political scientist, and researcher in Toronto, Canada. Mr. Imre has published widely on topics related to contemporary Hungarian history and Hungarian minorities in the Carpathian Basin. Joseph was awarded the Order of the Knights Cross from the 1956 Hungarian Freedom Fighters Association in 2007 for his work, and remains an active member of the Hungarian community in Toronto.
|Dr. Gyula Kovács (Ottawa, ON)
||He started his career as a French language university professor in Toronto, which he continued at both universities in Ottawa. He joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where he was the Editor-in-Chief of the Ministry’s newspaper. He studied and researched at Sorbonne in Paris and Toronto, and completed many professional and recreational translations for business and friends. He is an active part taker in the Hungarian community in organising demonstrations, church events, founding the Tulipán Dance Ensemble, authoring articles in newspapers. A long-time member of the Hungarian House in Toronto and the Friends of Hungary Foundation.