La gran noche del CCHT de los hispanos destacados en Toronto

Con la presencia de algunos de los más importantes líderes de nuestra comunidad, políticos de la región, empresarios, medios de comunicación y un gran número de invitados especiales, la Cámara de Comercio Hispánica de Toronto (CCHT) entregó en una noche muy especial los galardones a los hispanos destacados en la región, en donde el jugador de béisbol de origen puertorriqueño […]

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Citizenship Act changes will cut backlog, community leaders told

Leaders of some of Toronto’s ethnic groups met with Immigration Minister Chris Alexander last week to find out firsthand how changes to the Citizenship Act will affect their communities. Community leaders held a roundtable discussion with Alexander and MP Bernard Trottier at Humber College to learn about Bill C-24, the Strengthening Canadian Citizenship Act, to be phased in next year. […]

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Toronto’s Mayoralty Gives 1.76 Million Dollars to Projects Promoted by the Pan-American Community

The city of Toronto has approved the creation of a 1.76 million dollar fund for the financing of projects and activities created by local Pan-American communities. A good part of these funds will be used in initiatives inspired in the Pan-American Games of 2015 and those artistic and cultural manifestations that will be developed during the celebration of the big […]

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The New Hispanic Wave by Susan Baka

A growing demographic seizes opportunities in Canada. The Hispanic experience in Canada differs from the Hispanic experience in the United States in several ways. First, although people of Hispanic origin make up the U.S.’ largest ethnic or racial minority, their numbers are far fewer in Canada. Latin American Canadians account for less than two percent of the population, but it […]

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Why the Pan AM Games may lack support of ‘Pan American people’

TORONTO — Hordes of athletes from the Americas and the Caribbean competing in next summer’s Pan Am and Parapan Games might find themselves without a cheering crowd of local supporters from their home countries, a community leader says. Some members of Toronto’s Latin-American and Caribbean communities say they’ve been largely left out of preparations for the Games, with only superficial […]

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The New North: Canada

The New North By Zach Baliva The Greater Toronto Area has long been a beacon for the immigrant. In the past five decades, Latinos have flocked to “Hogtown” from all over the globe. Argentinians were the first group to arrive, followed by Chileans and Guatemalans. In recent years, the region has seen an influx from Colombia, Brazil, and Mexico. According […]

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CAMACOL contará con la presencia Manuel Rodríguez presidente de la Cámara Hispana de Comercio en Toronto

El presidente de Toronto Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Manuel Rodríguez, será uno de los ponentes en el Congreso CAMACOL que tendrá lugar desde el 2 hasta el 5 junio, 2 en el Hotel Biltmore de Coral Gables. El evento CAMACOL que se lleva a cabo en Miami, cada año, en esta oportunidad contará con la presencia de un digno representante […]

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Museo Nacional – David J Guzman – El Salvador – Sala de Migración y Arraigo

El Museo Nacional de Antropología continúa con la renovación de la exposición permanente de sus colecciones de Arqueología, Historia y Etnografía, con la inauguración de la Sala Migración y Arraigo. La renovación de esta Sala, forma parte de las acciones de actualización museística, que realiza la Dirección Nacional de Patrimonio Cultural de la Secretaria de Cultura de la Presidencia a […]

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