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Latincouver helps you to connect and grow through culture and business.


for 100,000 Latin Americans making British Columbia their new home.

Regardless of where you are from, Latincouver is here to help bridge the gap.


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Here you can find different opportunities to unreel your potential. Whether a job or a volunteer position, this can be your first step to success. All this opportunities are posted either by our business partners or institutions interested in Latincouver platform to look for new additions to their work team.

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Settling in BC

If you are a newcomer, you may have a lot of questions. Find here basic and useful information to settle in your new home, British Columbia. Like us on Facebook and get in touch with us if you need any other information.


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What Love Can Teach

Join us to celebrate Valentine's month of love while learning tips on relationship building in busin


ExpoPlaza Latina-Glo

ExpoPlaza Latina is a premier platform for connecting British Columbian and Latin American organizat


Carnaval del Sol

Carnaval del Sol’s aim is recreating a Latin American fiesta experience in Vancouver! Amid exciting


Inspirational Latin

The Inspirational Latin Award is given to outstanding individuals who have made a marked contributio

Latin Live Events in BC

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Sal Ferreras and Dru

Renowned drummer and percussionist Sal Ferreras brings together some of Surrey’s most outstanding wo


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NOCHE ÍNTIMA DE TROVA PARA ENAMORADOS (cantos de amor y desamor)
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Tanga is a West Coast world fusion group delivering new manifestations of urban groove, mixing Afro-

Business Events in BC

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Are you a Permanent Resident to Canada? Do you want to upgrade your English skills? Are you planning


US Trade Compliance

Understanding the importer of record’s responsibilities can be the difference between keeping and lo

Surrey, BC: MARCH 07, 2014 -- BC Lions centre Angus Reid announces his retirement at the BC Lions training facility in Surrey, BC Friday, March 7, 2014.  (Photo by Jason Payne/ PNG) (For story by Cam Cole)  [PNG Merlin Archive]

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Overcoming Obstacles in Leadership Throughout his life, Angus Reid found success and achievement

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At the Nexus of Clim

Join us in celebration of International Development Week 2016 At the Nexus of Climate Change and Su


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Christmas carols - Source Vancouver Sun
Christmas Carols
December 5, 2015 Comments are off

CHRISTMAS CAROLS The word Carol or Carole is derived from the French and Anglo-Norman language and means dance or song or a circle dance, accompanied by singing and expressing religious joy. During the 14th century carols became popular rel

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Articles - Our Countries

Puerto Madero - Argentina
From Buenos Aires to Ro...

From Buenos Aires to Romance When traveling to Buenos Aires, it is essential to take a day trip to Uruguay to discover Colonia del Sacramento. Ferries depart daily from Puerto Madero, the new and famous district of Buenos Aires. Fares are r

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News About Latin America and Canada

Kamloops speedskater from Colombia defies expectations

Isaiah Jessie skates on blades that used to belong to Olympic silver medalist Jessica Hewitt One of the fastest skaters at the Kamloops Long Blades Speed Skating Club put on his first pair of ice skates a less than six months ago. Isaiah Jessie, 14,

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US foundation awards US$ 50,000 to Peruvian-born doctor for creative promise in biomedical science

By Hillary Ojeda The Vilcek Foundation recognized Peruvian Dr. Fernando Camargo for his research on blood cells. The United States-based Vilcek Foundation awarded Peruvian immigrant, Dr. Fernando Camargo, for demonstrating outstanding achievement as

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    2008 - Latin Plaza?

    Paola Murillo arrived in 2005. She used to work for an HR company when her passion was helping newcomers to find jobs. In 2007, she worked for Canadian Heritage. When arrangements were just being made for the Vancouver Olympics, she realized that Latinos did not have a place or voice in the city. Her passion evolved towards creating a common physical space, the Latin plaza, where people can gather, help, support each other and grow, while creating a stronger voice in British Columbia.

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    2009 - Latincouver is born

    We were welcomed within the Latin American communities in 2009 with a huge launch party. Latincouver, the “virtual plaza in BC”, was officially born. We presented our 1st Carnaval del Sol in Vancouver at the Hellenic Community.

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    2012 - ExpoPlaza and Inspirational Latin Awards

    Another special year for Latincouver: we launched two new events. First, ExpoPlaza Latina was created to establish more business liaisons between Canada and Latin America. Later, the Inspirational Latin Awards will see the light of this city to recognize outstanding Latin personalities thriving in our province. In this year, Carnaval del Sol was extended to a 2-day event—one day was no enough for that much fun!

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