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.

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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.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uHfL4wkKio

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European Book Club

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by Alliance Française Toronto

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

February 3 at 6:30 pm
Toronto Reference Library
culturel@alliance-francaise.ca
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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