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Raptors Make History as NBA Champions

When NBA Commissioner kicked off the NBA Finals in in Toronto, he rightly said, “this is a homecoming of sorts.” And, when he presented the Larry O’Brien trophy to the Toronto Raptors last night, he reminded the world that basketball was invented by a Canadian, and that the NBA’s first-ever game was played in Toronto. […]

Minister Freeland Accepts WIIT’s “Woman of the Year” Award

This week, Chrystia Freeland, Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs was given the “Woman of the Year” award by the Association of Women in International Trade (WIIT) in Washington, DC. In her acceptance remarks, the Minister touched on why we need more women in trade and reminded the audience what they all know: free trade lifts […]

Pride 2019

Over the weekend, the Embassy of Canada proudly participated in the 2019 Capital Pride Parade, showing Canada’s support for LGBTQ2 rights both at home and abroad. Dressed in red and white, Embassy staff and families carried Canadian rainbow flags and signs, blasted iconic Canadian pop music, and greeted enthusiastic crowds along the parade route. Our […]

United in Defence

As we commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, it’s a time to take stock on ways Canadians and Americans continue to serve together around the world to keep us safe. Here are a few examples of what Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) are up to lately: Operation Neon Canada is contributing to Operation Neon, a multinational […]

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Raptors Make History as NBA Champions

When NBA Commissioner kicked off the NBA Finals in in Toronto, he rightly said, “this is a homecoming of sorts.” And, when he presented the Larry O’Brien trophy to the Toronto Raptors last night, he reminded the world that basketball was invented by a Canadian, and that the NBA’s first-ever game was played in Toronto. […]

June 14, 2019

Minister Freeland Accepts WIIT’s “Woman of the Year” Award

This week, Chrystia Freeland, Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs was given the “Woman of the Year” award by the Association of Women in International Trade (WIIT) in Washington, DC. In her acceptance remarks, the Minister touched on why we need more women in trade and reminded the audience what they all know: free trade lifts […]

June 14, 2019

Pride 2019

Over the weekend, the Embassy of Canada proudly participated in the 2019 Capital Pride Parade, showing Canada’s support for LGBTQ2 rights both at home and abroad. Dressed in red and white, Embassy staff and families carried Canadian rainbow flags and signs, blasted iconic Canadian pop music, and greeted enthusiastic crowds along the parade route. Our […]

June 10, 2019

United in Defence

As we commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, it’s a time to take stock on ways Canadians and Americans continue to serve together around the world to keep us safe. Here are a few examples of what Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) are up to lately: Operation Neon Canada is contributing to Operation Neon, a multinational […]

June 7, 2019

Canada Day in New York & Pennsylvania

Just weeks before the official “Canada Day” on July 1st, Canada’s Consulate General in New York recently enjoyed two separate “Canada Days” in Albany, NY and Harrisburg, PA.  Both New York and Pennsylvania have Canada as their number one customer (NY exported $13.8 billion in goods in 2018; PA exported $10.8 billion), so there was […]

June 14, 2019

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