Cuba in Canada

Consul General of Cuba in Montreal held a meeting at Concordia University.

Susana Malmierca, Consul General of Cuba in Montreal, held a cordial meeting with William Cheaib, Chief of Staff and Associate Vice-Rector for International Relations at Concordia University.

 

During the meeting, topics of common interest for the academic center visited and the Cuban universities were discussed. The possibility of future projects that will allow the exchange of university students and collaboration in specific areas was positively valued.

 

Cuban culture present in Toronto, thanks to visual artist Michel Johnson.

The young Cuban visual artist Michel Johnson exhibited his work "The Ivory Tower" for a whole week at the Meridian Arts Centre in Toronto.

 

This important exhibition reflects all the talent, passion and dedication of the visual artist and dancers of the National Ballet of Cuba, being impossible to be indifferent to it.

 

The inauguration was held in the presence of Jose Angel Carret, important Cuban dancer and choreographer, the president of the Canadian-Cuban Friendship Association, Elizabeth Hill, and members of the Cuban Consulate General in this city.

Consul General of Cuba in Toronto participates in preparatory meetings for upcoming events within the framework of LABTI.

The Consul General in Toronto, Jorge Yanier Castellanos Orta, participated in a virtual meeting with Toronto authorities and the consuls general of Latin America, for the preparation of two events in the framework of the Bilateral Trade with Latin America Initiative (LABTI).

 

The meeting laid the groundwork for the participation of the different countries in the "Toronto Global Forum", to be held from October 17 to 19, and in the "Labti Entrepreneur Event" to be held in November.

 

Cuba makes its presence felt in Saint Sauveur, Quebec.

This weekend, the 18th edition of the Authentic Cuban Fiesta took place in the city of Saint Sauveur. After two years of interruption, due to Covid-19, the event arrived with new energy, attracting the faithful followers of our culture and decorating the city of Saint Sauveur with Cuban flags.

 

Colors and shared joys characterized this event. Music, dances and Creole food contributed to promote Cuba as a destination.

 

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