Greg Anaka

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Greg Anaka CM was from Winnipeg and moved to Malton, Ontario in 1960.[1]

He was president of the Malton Memorial Recreation Association Incorporated (MMRAI) which was instrumental in getting the Malton Arena built in 1968. The arena was the home of the Malton Minor Hockey Association.

He was a Director of the Mississauga Hockey League.

He was the first president of the Association for Children with Learning Disabilities - Mississauga Chapter.

In December 1973, Gregory Anaka was named to the Order of Canada and invested by Jules Léger April 1974.

Greg was inducted into the Mississauga Hockey League Hall of Fame in May 1976. The City of Mississauga named Anaka Drive in honour of his work in the Malton, Ontario community.

He died April 20, 1976.

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  1. ^ Hicks, Kathleen A. (2006). Malton: Farms to Flying. Mississauga, Ontario: Friends of Mississauga Library. pp. 193–194. ISBN 0-9697873-9-1.