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Cuba has taken full advantage of the internet to deliver news and information to the world. The range of Cuban websites is vast, though for english-language audiences, it can be a challenge to find accessible content. 

Fortunately, Cuba's daily newspaper, Granma International, is available online in several languages, as is Radio Havana Cuba, which had previously only been accessible to shortwave radio aficionados. 

One of the most important efforts by Cuba's international friends is to "Break the Information Blockade", as journalist Karen Wald describes the effort to address the lack of Cuba-origin news coverage available to, particularly, North American audiences. 

Here we provide links to English-language versions of several Cuban websites., a few other English-language sites produced outside of Cuba and Cuban websites in Spanish. The CNC does not endorse nor control the content available on external websites.

English Sites (Cuban):

Granma International
Cuban Customs
Air Cubana

English Sites (NON-Cuban):

Issues & Answers
Cuba Daily

Spanish Sites:

Juventud Rebelde
El Economista
NotiNet Cuba
Tribuna La Habana
Playa Girón
La Jiribilla
Proyecto Web


Alicia Jrapko, PRESENTE! Print E-mail

January 11, 2022 brought the sad news of the passing of a dear friend of the Cuba solidarity movement – Alicia Jrapko, a passionate, dedicated activist in the United States.

The Canadian Network on Cuba expresses its sadness at the loss of this stalwart defender of Cuba.

Alicia was a major driving force in the struggle to free the Cuban 5 Heroes, often visiting Gerardo Hernández in prison. Her work with Pastors for Peace and young medical students going to the Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM) in Cuba was just one expression of her generous support for Cuba.

Her indefatigable commitment to the cause of social justice and Cuba was reflected in her dedication to building the National Network on Cuba (NNOC), serving as a co-chair since 2011. Alicia’s stirring voice at numerous conferences and international meetings inspired solidarity activists around the world.

The Canadian Network on Cuba expresses its deep condolences to Alicia’s life partner, Bill Hackwell, and to her three children and six grandchildren. She will be greatly missed by her many friends in Canada. 

Elizabeth Hill, Co-chair CNC
Isaac Saney, Co-chair CNC

“Puentes de Amor” Car Caravans for Cuba Print E-mail

Video about the car caravans against the U.S. Blockade on Cuba that took place across the U.S., Canada & other parts of the world on November 28, 2021

International Webinar Premiere of the Award-Winning short film: CUBA IN AFRICA Print E-mail

Sunday, Nov. 7th - Time 4:00 pm Eastern/1:00 pm Pacific
Negash Abdurahmanwith producer and director

Click here for more information & to register

A Dialogue on Cuba’s Heroic Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic Print E-mail

October 21, 2021

Webinar hosted by Saving Lives Campaign

Register here

The Literacy Project and HotHouse present "A is for Angicos" FILM PREMIERE Print E-mail

September 19, 2021
8pm Eastern / 5pm Pacific
Watch live on Facebook here


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