Cuba in Canada

Cuba advocates for a healthy and balanced environment at COP15

Today, the Deputy Minister of CITMA, Adianez Taboada, reaffirmed Cuba's support for a strategic framework that reflects the objectives of the Convention in a balanced way, whose goals be global, bearer of concrete commitments and of the right the country has enshrined in its Constitution for the enjoyment of a healthy and balanced environment.


Cuba attends COP15 meeting in Canada

Adianez Taboada, Cuba's deputy minister of Science, Technology and the Environment (CITMA), will join the high-level segment of the 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (COP15), to be held between December 15 and 17 in Montreal, Canada.


The two-week summit, which has been underway since December 7, is expected to be the largest biodiversity conference in a decade, with countries hoping to reach an agreement on the protection and restoration of nature.


Vigil in Vancouver against the U.S. blockade of Cuba

On December 16, 2022, Friends of Cuba Against the U.S. Blockade-Vancouver is organizing a candlelight vigil against the cruel U.S. blockade on Cuba. The action will be joined by Carlos Lazo, the Cuban American founder and leader of Puentes de Amor.  


The Consulate General of Cuba in Toronto participates in Human Rights Day event

On Human Rights Day, the Consulate General of Cuba in Toronto participated in the "Encounter for Peace" Colloquium held at the Latin American Center in Toronto, as part of an initiative of a group of Latin American intellectuals based in that city.

The event was attended by members of Cuba solidarity groups, Latin American artists, and intellectuals, who paid tribute to social fighter Hebe Bonafini, president of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo. The participants condemned the dictatorships existing in the region during the last century. 

Consulate General of Cuba in Toronto participates in tribute to Fidel Castro on the 6th Anniversary of his physical disappearance.

A simple but moving activity was held in Toronto to pay tribute to our eternal Commander in Chief, six years after his physical disappearance. The ceremony was organized by Cuba solidarity groups.


The evening included poems by several members of the organization Poetas por la Paz (Poets for Peace), beautiful Cuban pieces performed by several musicians, documentaries and heartfelt speeches. There was also a photographic exhibition of the work of the important visual artist Albino.