CMYC is an interesting and fun experience! The connection between the youth is a blessing from our Lord and I consider the CMYC participants like my second family
This Convention is a family reunion of the Melkite Catholic youth, from all across Canada. It creates memories that last a life time.
There are many things I’m grateful for… And I am so grateful for having decided to go to the very first Melkite convention. Ever since, both my social and spiritual life changed for the better.
المؤتمر الاول للشبيبة الملكية أعطاني الكثير من الخبرات الروحية والاجتماعية، ومنها أنني تعلمت أن الرأي الأخر ليس للنقض بل هو ليزيدني غنى ومعرفة بجميع وجهات النظر…..كما كان معلمنا يسوع يصغي بروحه لنا
It was an experience I will cherish forever. The CMYC was an inspiring event that allowed us to meet amazing people and make great memories.
I really loved the idea of CMYC , I met awesome people and it was a lot of fun . I recommend it to everyone !!
This convention was the most humbling experience I had. It changed my life… it will change yours!!!
The Most Awaited Convention
of the Year
The first annual Canadian Melkite Youth Convention was held last year in 2016 in Montreal, and this year it will be held in Toronto.
Explore, learn and share the experience of Christ in your life. Attendees will explore, learn, and experience the love of Christ in an intimate and interactive setting. There will be world class speakers, guest priests, creative experts, trips, and amazing parties.
Visit our Registration area and register now! Seats are limited.
Our World Class SpeakersMajor speakers below, see all list on the speakers page
Number of participants is limited (300 ppl Max)!
Don't miss this opportunity! Join the Canadian Melkite Youth Convention in TORONTO now!
Major Convention EventsThat's not all, more sections on the schedule page
Official Opening Ceremony of the CMYC 2017 Toronto
Discover Niagara – including “Hornblower” and the Falls
Marina Nemat was born in 1965 in Tehran, Iran. After the Islamic Revolution of 1979, she was arrested at the age of sixteen and spent more than two years in Evin, a political prison in Tehran, where she was tortured and came very close to execution. She came to Canada in 1991 and has called it home ever since. Her memoir of her life in Iran, Prisoner of Tehran, was published in Canada by Penguin Canada in 2007, has been published in 28 other countries, and has been an international bestseller.
This is the highlight of the convention – procession – etc…
Brian Greenfield was born and raised in Washington, DC. After graduating from Gonzaga College High School, Brian attended Seton Hall University. While there, God moved powerfully in Brian’s heart and Life. Brian began to attend a weekly prayer meeting with other students. This eventually grew into a retreat ministry called the 12 Apostles Program. While leading a retreat, Brian promised God that he would stop living for himself and gave his life to Jesus Christ.
Dr. Jamile Wakim-Fleming is a geriatrics doctor in Cleveland, Ohio and is affiliated with Cleveland Clinic. She received her medical degree from St Joseph’s University Medical School and has been in practice for more than 20 years. Dr. Wakim-Fleming is the Author of “How the birds stop singing: Stories of Drug and Alcohol Abuse as Told to a Doctor”. She is one of 31 doctors at Cleveland Clinic who specialize in Geriatrics.