The World Stands With Cuba! Down with the US Economic Blockade of Cuba! Print E-mail
-Isaac Saney, CNC Spokesperson, October 27, 2019-

For the 28th successive year on November 7th, 2019, the international community will resoundingly reject Washington’s economic war against revolutionary Cuba and its heroic people when the United Nations General Assembly votes on the resolution, Necessity of Ending the Economic, Commercial and Financial Embargo imposed by the United States of America against Cuba. Just a year ago, on November 1st, 2018 by a vote of 189 to 2, the nations of the world massively repudiated U.S. economic aggression against Cuba.

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Letter from the Associations of Cubans Resident in Canada Print E-mail
To the Honorable Chrystia Freeland
House of Commons
Ottawa, Canada K1A 0A6
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Dear Madam:

On November 6th and 7th, 2019, and for the 28th time, Cuba will denounce at the United Nations the 57 year old economic and financial blockade imposed on the island on 1962 by the United States of America. The world will be watching again as their representatives declare their repulsion to this policy.

The Associations of Cubans Resident in Canada are proud that the Canadian Government has traditionally voted against this obsolete and failed attempt of the U.S. to resolve its diferendo with Cuba by punishing its people, which has suffered severely and has been deprived of its right to a better quality of life for more than half a century now.
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An Open Letter to Party Leaders in the 2019 Federal Election of Canada Print E-mail

Re: Canada-Cuba Relations

I am writing to you on behalf of the Canadian Network On Cuba (CNC), which represents Canada-Cuba friendship and solidarity organizations across Canada, ranging from Vancouver to Halifax and with over 50,000 in membership. One of the CNC’s principal objectives is advocating that Canadian foreign policy regarding Cuba remains based on equality and respect for sovereignty and the right of selfdetermination. Consequently, the CNC is deeply concerned by recent decisions and actions of the Government of Canada. Canadians are very worried that recent developments in Ottawa-Havana relations could lead to the mirroring of the policy of the United States.

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8th International Che Guevara Conference Print E-mail

“Socialism Yesterday,
Socialism Today,
Socialism Tomorrow
Continuity of The Cuban Socialist Project”

Saturday & Sunday October 26-27th, 2019
Russian Hall - 600 Campbell Avenue, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

>> Featuring Speakers from Cuba, Venezuela, Canada, The United States and Europe <<

Visit Conference Website for reports from past conferences!

>> ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL CHE GUEVARA CONFERENCE <<

Since the triumph of Cuba’s 1959 revolution to today, the vision and political ideas that shape the Cuban revolution remain a source of inspiration, discussion and debate around the world. Through the ideas of Fidel, Che, the Cuban socialist project, and the dynamics of the mass revolutionary movement, and especially the concept of Revolutionary Internationalism, Cuba has become a country renowned for its achievements in health, education, culture, science and many other aspects of social and human progress.
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While the Amazon Burns, Cuba Increases its Forested Area Print E-mail
As fires rage across the Amazon in South America, a result of exploitation by agro-capitalists, Cuba has actually increased the percentage of its country covered by forest in the past year. A report published on Wednesday by Cuban media outlet Granma, reports the increase in forested area and examines how state environmental policies achieved it. The report also illustrates how today, Cuba’s forested area has almost tripled in the socialist period since 1959, despite mass deforestation in every other part of the world.
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The Cuban Revolution at 60 international conference Print E-mail
Forty internationally renowned Cuba scholars, policy-makers and policy analysts will gather at Dalhousie University in Halifax this fall to take the measure of “The Cuban Revolution at 60.”

The three-day symposium (October 31–November 2) will be highlighted by addresses by two of the key players in the historic 2014 re-opening of relations between Cuba and the United States. Josefina Vidal, now Cuba’s ambassador to Canada and then Cuba’s chief negotiator with the Americans, and Jeffrey DeLaurentis, the first US ambassador to Cuba following the renewal of relations, will each offer personal reflections on what happened then, and what isn’t happening now.

Visit the conference website www.cuba60.ca for more information
 
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