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Latin-Hispanic Canadian Heritage Month

 

 
​​Latin Hispanic Heritage Month (in Ontario) is an opportunity to remember, celebrate and educate future generations about the outstanding achievements and contributions of Hispanic people in the province. 

 

Ontario is home to more than 400,000 first-, second- and third-generation Canadians of Hispanic origin. As early as 1914, Canadians who originated from 23 Hispanic countries began immigrating to the province and today the Hispanic community is one of the fastest growing in Ontario. Hispanic-Canadians represent a dynamic community that has made significant contributions to the growth and prosperity of the Province of Ontario. 

 

Resource​s

 

October is Latin-Hispanic Canadian Heritage MonthOur voices in School: A Toolkit for Inclusive Education (contains lesson plans)  

 

Bill 28, Hispanic Heritage Month Act, 2015  

 

Statement by Minister Rodriguez on Latin American Heritage Month 

 

Voices for Change Anthology: A Collection of Short Stories, Poetry, Statements and Art Work 

 

Centre for Spanish Speaking People: Culturally appropriate services (new comers, women’s and youth programs) for Spanish speaking people.  

 

The Hispanic Canadian Heritage Council (HCHC) is an umbrella organization constituted in 2008 by key organizations and individuals from the Hispanic/Latino community of Toronto with a long and proven history of working with the community since 1973.  

 

The Toronto Latin American Film Festival, an appointment in our city with the very best of Latin American cinema, and a celebration of our cultural diversity through the great stories told in this selection of movies from the whole Spanish speaking continent.  

 

Afro-Latinx Resources 

 

Defining "Afro-Latin" 

 

Salsa in Toronto Festival - one of the largest Latino-themed cultural celebrations in Canada. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

 
 
 
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