Cuba in Canada

New nomination from Canada of the Henry Reeve Brigades for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize.

Ottawa, February 3, 2021 - On January 31, 2021, Professor Honor Ford-Smith of York University in Ontario, together with Professor Carole Boyce Davies of Cornell University in the United States, nominated the Henry Reeve Cuban Medical Brigade for the Nobel Peace Prize.

This nomination was submitted to the Nobel Committee on behalf of 20 personalities and academics from Canada, the U.S., the Caribbean and Africa, including renowned American political activist Angela Davis, Professor Emerita in the History of Consciousness and Feminist Studies at the University of California; Jamaican Judge, Patrick Lipton Robinson, member of the International Court of Justice; and the Honorable Samiah Nkrumah, daughter of former Ghanaian Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah.

The Cuba-Canada Agricultural Forum was celebrated.

Ottawa, February 3, 2021.- A virtual Agri-Food Forum, organized by the Canada-Cuba Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCICC) and the Chamber of Commerce of Cuba, took place this morning, February 3.

Twenty-three Canadian companies participated, including 16 from the province of Quebec.

Cuba’s National Day is celebrated in Canada

Ottawa, January 29, 2021 - On Thursday, January 28, the Embassy of Cuba in Canada celebrated, virtually, the 62nd anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban Revolution and the 168th anniversary of the birth of our National Hero, José Martí, with the participation of Canadian authorities, Cuban residents and members of solidarity organizations.  

Canadian MPs reject US unilateral measure against Cuba

Ottawa, Jan 27 (Prensa Latina) Canadian legislators expressed their rejection of the decision of former US President Donald Trump to include Cuba in the list of countries that according to Washington sponsor terrorism. 

Thus was highlighted by Arnold August, a prominent Canadian intellectual and friend of Cuba, in an article published on Tuesday on the Canada Files website.