Let’s collect Hungarian heritage artifacts in Canada!
We celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary this year. The first Hungarians arrived in the Saskatchewan region in the 1880s, and after that Hungarians immigrated to Canada in several waves. They have contributed immensely to the development of Canada. The Hungarian contribution and the rich Hungarian heritage have had a great significance in Canada. We can be proud of Hungarians in the agricultural sector, as well as the cultural, scientific, political and business life. Last year, when we commemorated the 1956 Revolution and Freedom Fight we presented the outstanding achievements of Hungarian Canadians. This year's anniversary, Canada 150 is an excellent opportunity to look back and commemorate the legacy of Hungarian Canadians going back more than a hundred years. This inventory of the Hungarian heritage may lead to a further deepening of relations between the two countries.
Visit of István Mikola State Secretary to Ottawa
State Secretary of the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade István Mikola visited Ottawa yesterday. Mr Mikola met with Timothy Sargent, deputy minister of International Trade and Alex Bugailiskis, assistant deputy minister of Global Affairs and MP Don Davies.
Call for application for BALASSI SUMMER UNIVERSITY PROGRAMME scholarship
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFA) invites applications for a Hungarian State scholarship for the BALASSI SUMMER UNIVERSITY PROGRAMME.
HungaroControl's Best Partner Award Given to Searidge Technologies
Study And Go Abroad Fair in Montreal