Ottawa, January 6, 2021.- The Canadian Nobel Peace Project launched the call for Mail- Art in support of the nomination of the Henry Reeve Brigades for the Nobel Peace Prize 2021, for the commendable work done by Cuban doctors in confronting the COVID-19 pandemic in many countries and on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of its creation.
The Nobel Peace Project was founded in 1998 in Nobel, Ontario, by artists Susan Gold and AG Smith and is an international Mail-Art initiative.
Mail-Art is a popular art movement, consisting of sending small-scale works through the postal service, which began in the 1960s and became a global movement that endures in the present time.
The inaugural revenue flight of new Canadian airline OWG has taken off from Toronto’s Pearson International airport, headed to Santa Clara Abel Santamaria airport in Cuba.
The airline is a project of Canadian passenger and freight charter carrier Nolinor Aviation, which announced plans to launch the new brand in July, in the middle of the coronavirus crisis.
Havana, December 11 (RHC)-- The governments of Cuba and Canada ratified this Friday the willingness to deepen their bilateral ties on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the establishment of bilateral diplomatic relations.
The Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bruno Rodríguez, reported on Twitter about a telephone dialogue held with his Canadian counterpart, François-Philippe Champagne.
Montreal, December 2, 2020 - The Committee "Nobel Prize Henry Reeve", created by the Table de Concertation de Solidarité Québec-Cuba, announced today, through a press release, the nomination made in its name by the professor of the University of Montreal, Gilles Bibeau, of the Cuban Medical Brigade "Henry Reeve" to the Nobel Peace Prize 2021.
The Table de Concertation de Solidarité Québec-Cuba, which brings together organizations in solidarity with the island in Quebec, has a long history of supporting the Cuban people and denouncing the U.S. blockade.