Petition Against the U.S. War on Cuba Relaunched Print

The parliamentary petition (e-3640) against the U.S. War on and Economic Blockade of Cuba is now open for signatures.

It calls on the Government of Canada to take specific steps in opposing U.S. attacks on the heroic island nation.

To sign the petition, go to:

It also calls on the Government of Canada to ensure that Ottawa's policy and relations with Cuba do not mirror or follow Washington's diktat.

The petition initiated by the Canadian Network On Cuba is sponsored by Niki Ashton, member of Canada's parliament for the federal constituency of Churchill—Keewatinook Aski in the province of Manitoba. It builds on the success of the previous petition (e-3456) during the last parliamentary session when 3,375 citizens and residents of Canada emphatically demanded an end to the U.S. economic siege and of Cuba.
Thousands declared that Cuba is not alone by signing the parliamentary petition condemning Washington’s economic war and campaign of subversion.

Canadians have a profound respect and admiration for the people of Cuba. Irrespective of their political or ideological positions, Canadians stand for the building of genuine friendship with the island nation: relations based on mutual respect, equality and recognition of Cuba’s right to self-determination and sovereignty.

We call on all Canadian citizens and residents, especially those one-million annual visitors in pre-COVID times who have seen Cuba for themselves, to sign the petition demanding the end of the economic war and campaign of subversion against the people of Cuba.

By gathering as many signatures as possible a powerful and clear message can be sent to Ottawa.

To sign the petition, go to:

¡Cuba sí, bloqueo no!
Isaac Saney
Co-Chair and Spokesperson
Canadian Network On Cuba