No to U.S. Sponsored Aggression Against Cuba! Uphold Cuba’s Right to Self-Determination! Print E-mail
-Isaac Saney, CNC Spokesperson, December 1, 2020-

The Canadian Network On Cuba (CNC) denounces the latest and ongoing criminal interference and meddling in the internal affairs of Cuba by the United States government. Under the guise of the so-called “San Isidro Movement,” Washington has initiated its latest program to destabilize the legitimate constitutional order of the heroic island nation.

The so-called leaders of the “San Isidro Movement” have openly fraternized and collaborated with officials of the Embassy of the United States in Havana. They have chosen to cavort and cooperate with a regime that sets as its explicit goal the asphyxiation of the Cuban people, the extinguishing of Cuba’s independence and the overturning of the immense social achievements of the Cuban Revolution. This latest attempt of destabilization is the continuation of the de facto war waged against Cuba since the triumph of the Revolution in 1959, which overthrew the US-backed police state of Fulgencio Batista.
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November 17: Virtual Protest to End the U.S. Blockade on Cuba! Print E-mail
Join us for a virtual picket on November 17th against the illegal US blockade on Cuba.

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

7pm Eastern / 4pm Pacific / 6pm Central / 8pm Atlantic

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Please join the Canadian Network on Cuba and our allies in the Cuba solidarity movement on November 17 for our virtual protest action. It will be a continuation of coordinated monthly protests against the U.S. blockade which have been taking place in in Vancouver, Ottawa and Montreal, Canada and Kiev, Ukraine on the 17th of each month since 2015.
 
Concert & International Conference Webinar for The Normalization of US-Cuba Relations Print E-mail
November 13-15, 2020
Make 2021 The Year To Defeat The US Blockade Against Cuba!

The program includes speakers from Cuba, the U.S., Canada, Quebec, Puerto Rico, and more



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For more information and to see the program visit
us-cubanormalization.org
 
Canada-Cuba Relations in the Time of Trump and Covid-19 Print E-mail
Join us for this virtual webinar with videos, speakers and Q&A!

October 29, 2020

7pm Eastern / 4pm Pacific / 6pm Central / 8pm Atlantic

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FEATURING:
* HER EXCELLENCY JOSEFINA VIDAL - Cuban Ambassador to Canada. Previously, she was president of the Cuban delegation in the first and second rounds of Cuba-U.S. talks, which paved the way for the restoration of diplomatic relations between both countries under Cuban President Raul Castro and U.S. President Barack Obama
* MP NIKI ASHTON - Member of Parliament for Churchill - Keewatinook Aski, Manitoba
* MP MATTHEW GREEN - Member of Parliament for Hamilton Centre, Ontario
* SENATOR PIERRETTE RINGUETTE - Independent senator for New Brunswick and Co-Chair of the Canada-Cuba Inter-Parliamentary Group
* DR. JOHN KIRK - Cuba Researcher and Professor, Dalhousie University
* DR. ISAAC SANEY - Co-Chair of Canadian Network on Cuba & Professor, Dalhousie University

Event Co-Chairs:
* TAMARA HANSEN - Executive member of the Canadian Network on Cuba, Coordinator of Vancouver Communities in Solidarity with Cuba (VCSC) & Author of “5 Decades of the Cuban Revolution: The Challenges of an Unwavering Leadership.”
* ELIZABETH HILL - Executive member of the Canadian Network on Cuba and President of the Canadian Cuban Friendship Association – Toronto

 
Oct 17: Lift the US Blockade on Cuba Now! Virtual Picket Print E-mail
Join us for our monthly virtual picket on October 17th against the illegal US blockade on Cuba.

Saturday, October 17, 2020

7pm Eastern / 4pm Pacific / 6pm Central / 8pm Atlantic

Click here to register



Please join the Canadian Network on Cuba and our allies in the Cuba solidarity movement on October 17 for our virtual protest action. It will be a continuation of coordinated monthly protests against the U.S. blockade which have been taking place in in Vancouver, Ottawa and Montreal, Canada and Kiev, Ukraine on the 17th of each month since 2015.
 
Retired car salesman turning out baseball bats for Cuba Print E-mail
Article by Andrew Duffy, first published in The Ottawa Citizen

A retired Ottawa Valley car salesman is turning out hundreds of hand-made maple bats every year for Cuban baseball players as part of a decade-long effort to assist the impoverished island nation.

Bill Ryan, 66, spends 10 or 11 hours every day in his basement woodworking shop, making his now famous “Cubacan” bats.

This year, he wants to send 600 bats — they each cost about $50 — to Cuba, which is about to start its national baseball series. Professional quality bats are difficult to find and prohibitively expensive in Cuba, which remains the subject of a strict U.S. trade embargo.
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