Archive | February 2015

The Best of All Worlds


On International Mother Tongue Day (February 21) the presentation of the children’s book The Best of All Worlds, supported by Unesco, took place in a truly multicultural environment at the Grano restaurant in Toronto. This book has 7 stories written by 7 authors in 7 different languages:  Arabic, Farsi, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Spanish and PORTUGUESE. All of the stories are illustrated and translated to the two official languages in Canada: English and French. Congratulations to  RainbowCaterpillar Bookshop on this multicultural project! The book will become available shortly.


FAZ-Ideias de Origem Portuguesa (FAZ-IOP)

Gulbenkian apoia projetos da diáspora portuguesa

Está a decorrer uma nova edição do concurso de ideias da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian dirigido à diáspora portuguesa. O FAZ-Ideias de Origem Portuguesa (FAZ-IOP) apoia projetos nas áreas do Ambiente e Sustentabilidade, Diálogo Intercultural, Envelhecimento e Inclusão Social.

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Lusophone Coffee Hour

Lusophone Coffee Hour – “A century of Portuguese popular music”, February 9th at York University!


European Book Club

fearEuropean Book Club
by Alliance Française Toronto

« Fear and Trembling » by Amélie Nothomb (in English)

February 3 at 6:30 pm
Toronto Reference Library
416.922.2014 *37

Free entrance

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Memorandum of Understanding between Camões I.P. and HCDSB

The Coordination of the Portuguese Language Program in Canada informs that a Memorandum of Understanding between Camões I.P. and the Halton Catholic District School Board, which establishes a collaboration between both institutions, regarding the Portuguese Program offered by this School Board. The Portuguese language is taught at the following schools: St. James Elementary Catholic School, 255 Morden Road, Oakville;

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