Welcome to Haiku Canada


The Haiku Canada Review contains haiku, letters, articles and book reviews, as well as information on events, contests and other societies. Submissions for the newsletter are open to members and non-members. Announcements and information on activities and publications are welcome. The two yearly issues of the Haiku Canada Review appear in October and February.
The in-hand deadline for the October issue is August 31. For the February issue, the in-hand deadline is December 31.

Submissions, in English, should be sent to LeRoy Gorman at the postal address: HC Newsletter & Publications Editor, 51 Graham West, Napanee, Ontario, K7R 2J6, Canada, or the e-mail address

Submissions, in French, should be sent to Claude Rodrigue at the following e-mail address

RÈGLES - Haïku en français dans Haiku Canada Review

2017 Haiku Canada Members' Anthology

The submissions for the 2017 members' anthology are now closed. Thanks to all the contributors!
The anthology will be launched at the Haiku Canada Weekend, in Mississauga, the long May weekend, 2017.
Details for actual time of the launch will be posted soon on this website.

To order Canada Review single issue:

Payment inside Canada includes postage
Payment outside Canada includes postage

Please note the issue number(s) in sender comments.

Haiku Canada Sheets are an excellent way to share haiku. Each sheet contains approximately 10 haiku, a short biographical note and a photograph. Submissions for Haiku Canada Sheets are open to members only or by invitation. Previously published work will be considered.
Direct all work for publication consideration to LeRoy Gorman, HC Newsletter & Publications Editor, 51 Graham West, Napanee, Ontario, K7R 2J6, Canada.

Haiku from the 30th Anniversary Members Anthology "Blossoming" Haiku Canada 2007

on the seashore
a hundred-year-old couple
seated in eternity

~Janick Belleau~

onto cedar bough
cherry blossom settles
so soundlessly

~Guy Simser~

between each wave
my children

~Marco Fraticelli~

japanese garden
we wait for the moon
to light the stone lantern

~Ann Goldring~

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