Cuba in Canada

Show of solidarity with Cuba from Canada

Ottawa, March 30, 2021 - The Canadian Network on Cuba will send a container of 1,920,000 syringes and needles to the island in the coming weeks to support the Cuban population's vaccination program against COVID-19.

Seven Canadian cities join the worldwide caravan against the blockade.

Ottawa, March 28, 2021 - This Sunday, March 28, Canada joined the worldwide Bridges of Love caravan to express its rejection of the U.S. blockade against Cuba and request the repeal of the measures adopted under the Donald Trump administration that harm Cuban families.

Caravans against the blockade take place in Canada.

Ottawa, February 28, 2021 - This Sunday, February 28, caravans against the U.S. blockade and in favor of the Cuban family took place in Ottawa and Montreal, organized by Cubans residents in Canada.

The event organized by the association of Cubans residents in the Canadian capital was joined by members of the solidarity group Ottawa Cuba Connections.

It’s time for Canada to strengthen our ties with Cuba

John Kirk is a professor of Latin American studies at Dalhousie University and author or co-editor of 18 books on Latin America. Stephen Kimber is a professor of journalism at the University of King’s College and author of 10 books, including What Lies Across the Water: The Real Story of the Cuban Five.

Canada has a new Foreign Affairs Minister. The United States has a new government. It’s time for us to press reset on our foreign policy. Where better to start than in Cuba, where we have both history and possibility?

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.

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