From the headquarters of the Cuban Embassy in Canada, the day of Cuban culture was celebrated, extolling the values and traditions of our nation. The meeting was attended by friends of the island and members of the mission in the northern country.
During the event, homage was paid to the National Poet of Cuba, Nicolás Guillén, and the 154th anniversary of the intonation, for the first time, of the notes of the National Anthem, an event that has transcended to the present day as a symbol of patriotism and Cuban citizenship, was commemorated.
The Toronto Global Forum, an international conference that fosters dialogue on national and global issues under the auspices of the International Economic Forum of the Americas (IEFA), was held for three days in the city of Toronto.
The Forum offers exclusive opportunities for business meetings aimed at promoting partnerships between major Canadian and international corporations, especially in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Canadian city of Toronto dressed up and celebrated the day of Cuban culture in the most important tourist event in this city: "Cuban Única Night", with good music and rich culinary traditions of the Island.
Tourism Counselor Lessner Gomez presented the new attractions and facilities of the Cuban market for the winter season and took the opportunity to thank tour operators, travel agencies and the media for promoting Cuba as a safe tourist destination.
In the city of Montreal took place the Assembly of the International Alliance of Women, an organization created in 2010 with the aim of joining efforts to fight for women's rights, through the creation of alliances and anti-imperialist networks worldwide.
With the slogan “Many Struggles, One Battle”, representative figures of the international struggles for the vindication of the role of women gathered at the event.
Cuba was present at the XII edition of the Latin American Art Salon 2022, "RAÍCES LATINOAMERICANAS Y CARIBE", where several Latin American artists exhibited their talent on Friday, October 14.
On the Cuban side, artists Michael Johson and Yoel Finalet exhibited the traditions and authenticity of our nation in the gallery of the Ottawa City Hall.
The Latin American Art exhibition has become one of the most anticipated events among the Latino community in the Canadian capital, playing an important role in making Ottawa the cultural capital of Canada.