Monthly Archives: September 2014

Latinos in Canadian Politics

Alejandra has worked hard to build a home and raise a family in a community she loves. She lives in the ward near Dufferin and St. Clair and is proud of the life she has made for herself and her

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Hispanic Heritage Month

Over 52 million strong  Latinos are affecting every aspect of the national landscape in the US—pop culture, the workforce, consumption, politics and America’s identity as a nation. And from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, Hispanic Heritage Month recognizes and celebrates

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Roberto Carlos Tour Dates 2014

Roberto Carlos – Yo Sólo Quiero (Un Millón De Amigos) Roberto Carlos En Toronto Canada Sábado 27 de septiembre, 2014 Puertas abren: 7:00 pm Show inicia: 8:30 pm Powerade Centre 7575 Kennedy Rd. S, Brampton Roberto Carlos Cantante Roberto Carlos

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Spanish Scholarship Contest

CONTEST TEASER! On Friday, October 21st the Top 3 Reasons to Learn Spanish Scholarship Contest will begin! So spend some time thinking about all the reasons you want, need, wish to learn Spanish and submit your entries between October 21

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The Pan American Games /Parapan Am Games

The Pan American Games are the world’s third largest international multi-sport Games; they are only surpassed in size and scope by the Olympic Summer Games and the Asian Games. The first Pan American Games were held in Buenos Aires, Argentina,

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Upcoming Events for the month of Sept

At certain times of the year it seems you can’t move for festivals in Toronto. At other times you wonder where everyone is, it’s so quiet (tip: they’ve all gone off to their holiday cottages). But whatever month it is,

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August long weekend events in Toronto 2014

Please ALWAYS check with website for exact dates, etc. as details may change after the listing is posted here

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The Hispanic Business Community

The Toronto Hispanic Chamber of Commerce THCC recently released a report that was the first of its kind in Canada, defining the profile of the Hispanic business community in the GTA. The group recorded more than 500 Latin American-owned businesses

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Hispanic Immigration to Canada

Latin America is made up of 21 countries, some of which have been at war with each other. While immigrants from other countries may have a host community to help them settle in a new country, Latin Americans in Canada

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