Just a reminder that the Mid Autumn Festival will be celebrated at the Association on Sunday, September 11th. All active Fui Toong On members are invited to renew friendships with our members while enjoying a free lunch, served at 12:00 noon, along with moon cake.

The following are the pick up times for the tour:

  • Mississauga:  5:45 – 6:00 am@ 888 Dundas Street
  • Downtown:  6:15 – 6:40 am @ 222 Spadina Avenue
  • Scarborough:  6:45 – 7:00 am @ 4190 Finch Avenue (drop off is at 4440 Finch Avenue)
  • Markham 7:15 – 7:30 am @ First Markham Place (in front of Cineplex)

The busses will be leaving each location promptly, so please arrive and board before the departure time. If you still need to book your ticket please do it quickly and reserve the additional trips if necessary. Please also note that food costs are not included and the hotels do not serve breakfast, so please plan accordingly.

The Fui Toong On Society will be having a 3 day, 2 night bus trip to see the fall colours along the Agawa Canyon in Algonquin Park from September 29th to October 1st, 2012.

The Itinerary is as follows:

Day 1:  Toronto – Parry Sound – Sudbury – Sault Ste. Marie. Departing Toronto in the Morning, arriving at Parry sound for the 30,000 Island Cruise and arriving at Sudbury in the afternoon at the Snowflake Perched Atop of a Granite Rock Crater, near Lake Ramsey, where the Science North Museum is located. The admission for both the cruise and the museum is $52 (optional admission). After this we will then travel along the shore of Lake Huron enroute to Sault Ste Marie, staying overnighting at the Hotel.

Day 2:  Sault Ste Marie – Agawa Canyon – Sault Ste Marie – Sudbury. We will board the scenic train in the morning at Sault Ste Marie and travel as far as 144 miles North to the Agawa Canyon. This optional round trip is $105 (tax included) and must be pre paid with your tour fee. Afterwards we arrive back at the train station in Sault Ste Marie, then travel back to Sudbury to stay overnight at a hotel.

Day 3:  Sudbury – Algonquin Provincial Park – Toronto. Autumn is the best time to see the Algonquin park to view the many changes in colours of the leaves. We will be driving through the tranquil lakes and beautiful shoreline to view the beautiful scenery. Finally, we will arrive in Toronto in late evening to conclude our enchanting adventure.

  Double Triple Quad
Non Members $240 $203 $179
Members $231 $195 $172

Other additional costs include a $9/day tip for the driver and  tour guide, the cost of food and the optional entrance fees you choose to take part in.

We will be staying at The Holiday Inn  and the Howard Johnson

If Interested please call;

Austin /Lyn Chang 905-828-4338
Susie Ho 416-757-5521
Phillip Yee-Ching 905-821-0920
Marilyn Lee Loy 905-479-8020
Dr Karen Chang 905-470-1017
Cindy Leung 416-497-7029
August 15, 2012

The Mid-Autumn festival this year will be celebrated on September 23rd, 2012. There will be a lunch at 12pm at the Fui Toon On building downtown and all members are invited to stop by, eat some moon cake, have some food and celebrate with us.

June 14, 2011

Hello Everyone,

We are pleased to announce the dates of the social and cultural activities and events planned for this year. Here they are:

1. CANADA DAY JULY 1ST – Our Society will once again join the other Chinese Societies and Associations in Toronto to commemorate the Chinese Railway Workers in Canada.

2. ANNUAL PICNIC – This will be on Sunday July 24, 2011, at Milliken Park (McCowan & Steeles, Scarborough). Free admission and lunch will be served between 12 – 1 PM. Activities include: games and prizes for the youth and children and wonderful prices to be won in our lucky draw.

3. MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL – You are invited to celebrate the festival at our Centre on Sunday September 11, 2011. Come and renew friendship, enjoy a free lunch and have some moon cakes.

4. ANNUAL CELEBRATION OF CHRISTMAS, NEW YEAR & 33RD ANNIVERSARY of Our Society will be held at the Regency Chinese Restaurant (formerly Ruby’s) at Finch and McCowan on Saturday December 17, 2011. Tickets and more information to come.

5. EXCURSIONS – We are exploring various excursion ideas such as Casino or shopping trips at the present time, they will be posted on the website when available.

6. AWARD OF EXCELLENCE – We are very pleased to announce that we are in the process of implementing and annual Award of Excellence to our young members beginning in 2012.

As always, please check back for more details as they will be posted once available.

Your Executives would also like to extend an open invitation to all members, their families and friends to join us and we look forward to seeing you at our events.

Also, our Centre is open on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Members, their families and friends are always welcome to stop by.

Our 31st Anniversary Christmas Dinner, will be held on Saturday December 19th at the Very Fair Seafood Cuisine Restaurant @ 17 Milliken Blvd in Scarborough.

Reception will be at 6:00pm, Dinner at 7:00pm and Dancing from 10:30pm-1:00am.

Tickets are $43.00 per adult and $25.00 for Children Under 10 years of age. This includes a 10 course dinner, DJ, Live Entertainment, dancing, and LOTS of raffle and special door prizes.

The Menu Includes:

  • Combination BBQ plate
  • Stuffed crab claws
  • Shark fin & shredded chicken  soup
  • Chicken with mixed vegetables
  • Lobster in ginger and garlic sauce
  • Black mushroom & snow peas tips
  • Hong Kong style fried chicken
  • Steam Fish Chinese Style(catch Of The day)
  • Fried rice
  • Fried noodles
  • Dessert

Get your Tickets early as they may sell out!For tickets please contact:

  • Austin Chang (Mississauga) – 905-828-4338
  • Phillip Yee-Ching (Mississauga) – 905-821-0920
  • Mary  Chang (Markham) – 905-415-8066
  • Marilyn Lee Loy (Markham) – 905-479-8020
  • Cindy Leung (Scarborough) – 416-497-7029
  • Susie Ho (Scarborough) – 416-757-5521
  • Brian Chin Ping Sing – 905-737-1479