Abaka (weekly)


Abaka (weekly)

Abaka (Ապագայ in Armenian) is an Armenian Canadian trilingual newspaper established in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 1975.

"Abaka" is published weekly in Armenian with 4-page additional supplement in the middle (two pages in French and 2 pages English


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