In 1944, the Congress of the Federation of Polish Associations in Canada was established. The Federation coordinates the activity of over 100 organizations and associations throughout Canada, divided into districts such as Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario (with 11 sub-districts), and Quebec.
The first branch of the Polish Canadian Women's Federation (PCWF) was established in 1956 in Toronto. Today, the Federation comprises of 20 branches. Each branch is represented on the National and Provincial Councils of Women as well as the Canadian Ethnocultural Council. The Federation publishes the "Informator" bulletin, which facilitates communication and sharing of experiences among branches. The Federation's main objective is to advocate for women's and family issues. The Federation's activities focus on culture, education, and integration into Canadian society.
The Canadian Polish Milenium Perpetual Fund was established by the Polish Canadian Congress in May 1966, in celebration of Poland's Baptism. The Fund's main objectives include: promoting and supporting scientific and cultural studies, particularly those related to Polish national and religious culture; providing assistance to individuals of Polish descent who wish to study; financing the publication of scientific and literary works on Polish culture and history; and supporting community organizations that bring together Canadian youth of Polish descent.