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CNC Cuba Tornado Relief Campaign Print E-mail
Cuba Hit by first tornado in 80-years: CNC Cuba Tornado Relief Campaign

February 4, 2019

Dear Friends,

Out of the dark blue of the evening of January 27, a line of electric storms approaching Cuba from the south-west was announced by the metereological services.
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Hurricane Matthew Relief Print E-mail

Hurricane Matthew Relief

Elizabeth Hill, Co-chair of the Canadian Network on Cuba presenting Cuban Ambassador Julio Garmendia Peña in Ottawa with the bank transfer of $29,000.00 sent to Cuba for Hurricane Matthew Relief.  The campaign was launched across Canada following the devastating hurricane that hit Eastern Cuban cities in early October.  Funds continue to be raised and will be forwarded as they accumulate.




 
Hurricane Matthew Relief & Reconstruction for Cuba Campaign Print E-mail

December 31, 2016

Dear friends,

I am happy to report that the spirit, in which the Canadian Network on Cuba (CNC) representing groups in different parts of Canada has responded to attacks on Cuba by such hurricanes as Ivan (2004), Dennis (2005), Katrina (2005), Wilma (2005), Gustave (2008), Ike (2008) and Sandy (2012), is alive and well and is manifested in the beginnings of our response to the destruction caused in Cuba by Hurricane Matthew (Oct. 5, 2016).

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SPECIAL APPEAL Print E-mail

Canadian Cuban Friendship Association – Vancouver
Affiliated with the Canadian Network on Cuba

Dear Members and Friends

As you probably have heard, incredibly powerful Hurricane Matthew has devastated the eastern tip of Cuba. Particularly hard hit has been the beautiful town of Baracoa that lies literally at the “end of the road”. Of course the Cuban people are coming together, as usual, to support those communities affected. At the same time, cognizant of the economic challenges faced by Cuba as a result of the continuing economic blockade by the USA, many countries and citizens of the world are acting in solidarity with those Cubans in the affected region.

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To the Members of the Canadian Network on Cuba Print E-mail

October 14, 2016

It is with good reason that those of us who love and support Cuba or who are capable of human empathy, and are just humanitarians, feel great anxiety when we hear of a tropical storm approaching the Caribbean.  The odds are that that storm, nurtured by the warmth of that sea, will grow into a hurricane of violent or even disastrous proportions.  Great are the odds too that it will attack one or more of the several islands countries that come to life there, doing damage to them that is vastly disproportionate to what they can afford to repair.

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