Ottawa, April 24, 2022.- Between music and dances was held the fundraising dance coordinated by the Cubacan Kids project. This project responds to the interest of Bill Ryan and other friends from Canada in helping the children of our island, by sending school supplies and other useful items for Elementary and Special Education.
Ottawa, April, 6 2022.- On the afternoon of April 5, Susana Malmierca Benítez, General Consul in Montreal, received a courtesy visit from Christine Dandenault and Geneviève Royer, both members of the Table de concertation de solidarité Québec - Cuba.
During the meeting, the historic ties of friendship shared by Quebec and Cuba were recalled. They also discussed topics of interest related to the implementation of future exchange and collaboration projects. The visit took place in an atmosphere of friendship and respect.
EMBASSY OF CUBA IN CANADA.
Ottawa, April 4, 2022.- With music, joy, joint efforts and a lot of Cuban spirit, several days were dedicated to the filling of containers in the Canadian cities of Montreal and Toronto, consisting of medical supplies, food and cleaning materials for Cuba.
The initiatives were promoted by the Cuban Community Association in Canada, friends of the Table de concertation de solidarité Québec - Cuba and the "Juan Gualberto Gómez" Association of Cubans. Likewise, members of the General Consulates in these cities participated in the meetings.
Ottawa, March 31, 2022.- The General Consul of Cuba in Toronto held a fruitful meeting with Oscar Vigil, executive director of the Hispanic Canadian Heritage Council (HCHC) and Sophie Giraud, promoter of Cuban artists in Toronto.
The meeting laid the groundwork for future cultural projects that include visits by Cuban artists, such as writers and musicians to the city of Toronto during the year 2022 and, especially, during the Hispanic Heritage Month, to be held in October.
Ottawa, March 28, 2022 - Several Canadian cities were once again the scene of the Bridges of Love initiative on the last weekend of March. On this occasion, Cuban residents and friends of solidarity took as a stage the cities of Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Winnipeg to express their support for Cuba and join the worldwide call for an end to the U.S. blockade against the island, which also affects third countries.