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Poetry Night 2023: Celebrating the French language through Poetic Threads

Every year since 2016, our embassy joins other diplomatic missions of the member countries of la Francophonie to highlight the French language and the cultural diversity of the French-speaking world in Mexico through a series of activities that take place as part of la Nuit de la Poésie (Poetry Night). On March 23, 2023, from […]

March 3, 2023

Through Her Eyes

Canada has a feminist, inclusive, and human rights-based foreign policy. As such, we are committed to promoting inclusion and amplifying the voices of Indigenous and vulnerable peoples, domestically and abroad, based on respect, cooperation, partnership and a recognition of their rights. In both Canada and Mexico, the colonial legacy has deeply and negatively affected Indigenous […]

January 27, 2023

Samajam at the Santa Lucia International Festival in Monterrey

With a multicultural journey and a wonderful musical celebration for children, Samajam celebrated the 15th anniversary of the Santa Lucia International Festival at the Explanada de los  Heroes, where hundreds of families became part of their show. The fun began with music and the familiarization of some English words such as numbers, colors and some […]

October 28, 2022

The Role of Indigenous Women in the Protection and Promotion of Indigenous Languages and Cultures

Regional Roundtable August 9, 2022 (virtual event) As part of Canada’s commitment to advance the rights of Indigenous peoples around the world through its bilateral, multilateral and regional collaboration, the Embassy of Canada in Mexico has been organizing since 2021 a series of roundtables with the participation of civil society and representatives from academia and […]

August 4, 2022

Canada Day 2022

On the occasion of Canada Day, we invite you to enjoy the public events that will take place on Saturday, July 2 in Mexico City. Paunnakuluit Franz Mayer Museum, 13:00 hrs. For the first time in Mexico, the Inuit throat singing duo will perform a unique show. After the concert they will offer a free […]

June 29, 2022

Indigenous Crossroads Canada-Mexico: Roundtable series

As part of Canada’s commitment to deepen Canada-Mexico bilateral ties and collaboration on Indigenous affairs and reconciliation, the Embassy is hosting a series of round tables engaging stakeholders from the Mexican and Canadian Governments, civil society and academia. These unique dialogues allow to strengthen cooperation, amplifying Indigenous voices in both countries and promoting exchanges on […]

March 15, 2022

Poetry Night

Every year, in March, the embassies of the member countries of the International Organization of La Francophonie in Mexico come together to showcase French language and francophone culture in the country through a series of activities that take place as part of la Nuit de la Poésie (Poetry Night). In 2016, the first Nuit de […]

March 3, 2022

Canada participates in “Lazos de Navidad” at Papalote Museo del Niño

December 4, 2021 On the occasion of the December holidays, PAPALOTE MUSEO DEL NIÑO seeks to celebrate unity, harmony, gratitude and peace through Christmas trees intervened by embassies in the “Lazos de Navidad” exhibition. The exhibit will remain until January 2022, included in the museum ticket. Unlike previous years, where the states of the republic […]

December 13, 2021

Heads of Mission Sign Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Pledge

Ambassador Graeme Clark and the Consul General of Canada in Monterrey, Sandra Shaddick, signed an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Pledge, which all members of the Mexico Network will be invited to sign. It includes cascading commitments for senior managers, managers and all employees and addresses the way our network projects outwards in Mexico, as well […]

November 26, 2021

UNODC and the Embassies of Canada and the United Kingdom strengthen assistance and protection services for victims and survivors of sexual violence

Mexico City, November 22, 2021 – Violence against women and girls does not respect borders, so international cooperation is essential to stop it and uphold the human rights of its victims and survivors. For this reason, the Embassy of Canada, the Embassy of the United Kingdom and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime […]

November 22, 2021