Envoy’s Album Spring 2012

| April 12, 2012 | 0 Comments
1. Senator Marjory LeBreton, left, attended Australia Day, hosted by High Commissioner Louise Hand at the National Arts Centre in January.

1. Senator Marjory LeBreton, left, attended Australia Day, hosted by High Commissioner Louise Hand at the National Arts Centre in January.

2. To mark the national day of the State of Qatar, Ambassador Salem Mubarak Al-Shafi hosted a reception at the Hilton Lac-Leamy Hotel. From left, Al-Shafi, Chief of Defence Staff Walter Natynczyk and his wife, Leslie.

2. To mark the national day of the State of Qatar, Ambassador Salem Mubarak Al-Shafi hosted a reception at the Hilton Lac-Leamy Hotel. From left, Al-Shafi, Chief of Defence Staff Walter Natynczyk and his wife, Leslie.

. Brunei High Commissioner Rakiah Lamit, right,  hosted a national day reception at the high commission in March. Thai Ambassador Udomphol Ninnad attended. (Photo: Sam Garcia)

. Brunei High Commissioner Rakiah Lamit, right, hosted a national day reception at the high commission in March. Thai Ambassador Udomphol Ninnad attended. (Photo: Sam Garcia)

4. Haitian Charge d'Affaires Natalie Menos-Gissel hosted a national day celebration in February. (Photo: Ulle Baum)

4. Haitian Charge d'Affaires Natalie Menos-Gissel hosted a national day celebration in February. (Photo: Ulle Baum)

5. Cuban Ambassador Teresita Sotolongo hosted a national day reception in January, which Green Party leader Elizabeth May attended. (Photo: Ulle Baum)

5. Cuban Ambassador Teresita Sotolongo hosted a national day reception in January, which Green Party leader Elizabeth May attended. (Photo: Ulle Baum)

6. Taipei economic and cultural office representative David Lee, right, hosted Taiwan Night at the Chateau Laurier. The event was attended by numerous parliamentarians, including House of Commons Speaker Andrew Scheer, left.

6. Taipei economic and cultural office representative David Lee, right, hosted Taiwan Night at the Chateau Laurier. The event was attended by numerous parliamentarians, including House of Commons Speaker Andrew Scheer, left.

1. Serbian Ambassador Zoran Veljic hosted a national day event at the embassy in February. (Photo: Sam Garcia)

1. Serbian Ambassador Zoran Veljic hosted a national day event at the embassy in February. (Photo: Sam Garcia)

2. To mark the 64th national day of Sri Lanka, High Commissioner Chitranganee Wagiswara and her husband, Duleep, hosted a cultural performance and reception Feb. 8 at the Museum of Civilization. (Photo: Ulle Baum)

2. To mark the 64th national day of Sri Lanka, High Commissioner Chitranganee Wagiswara and her husband, Duleep, hosted a cultural performance and reception Feb. 8 at the Museum of Civilization. (Photo: Ulle Baum)

3. To mark the 51st anniversary of the national day of Kuwait, Ambassador Ali H.S. Al-Sammak hosted a dinner-reception at the Ottawa Convention Centre Feb. 27. He’s shown with Saudi Ambassador Osamah A. Al Sanosi Ahmad. (Photo: Sam Garcia)

3. To mark the 51st anniversary of the national day of Kuwait, Ambassador Ali H.S. Al-Sammak hosted a dinner-reception at the Ottawa Convention Centre Feb. 27. He’s shown with Saudi Ambassador Osamah A. Al Sanosi Ahmad. (Photo: Sam Garcia)

4. In February, Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip and his daughter, Reet Pallas, successfully finished their fourth cross-country ski marathon together, and their first in Canada. (Photo: Ulle Baum)

4. In February, Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip and his daughter, Reet Pallas, successfully finished their fourth cross-country ski marathon together, and their first in Canada. (Photo: Ulle Baum)

5. The Chinese embassy hosted a Chinese New Year event at the Mandarin Ogilvy restaurant in February. Minister-counsellor Liu Jin spoke. (Photo: Ulle Baum)

5. The Chinese embassy hosted a Chinese New Year event at the Mandarin Ogilvy restaurant in February. Minister-counsellor Liu Jin spoke. (Photo: Ulle Baum)

6. To mark the launch of next year's festivities surrounding the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Canada and South Korea, Ambassador Joo-Hong Nam, left, and his wife, Mi-Sook Um, right, hosted a dinner and cultural event attended by chief of protocol,  Margaret Huber, centre. (Photo: Korean embassy)

6. To mark the launch of next year's festivities surrounding the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Canada and South Korea, Ambassador Joo-Hong Nam, left, and his wife, Mi-Sook Um, right, hosted a dinner and cultural event attended by chief of protocol, Margaret Huber, centre. (Photo: Korean embassy)

1. The Embassy of Azerbaijan commemorated the 22nd anniversary of Black January 1990, when the Soviet Union stormed Baku. The embassy hosted a concert at Library and Archives Canada featuring the Toronto Mendelssohn Trio (from left, Roudat Amiraliev, Teimour Sadykhov and Rachad Feizoullav). (Photo: Sam Garcia)

1. The Embassy of Azerbaijan commemorated the 22nd anniversary of Black January 1990, when the Soviet Union stormed Baku. The embassy hosted a concert at Library and Archives Canada featuring the Toronto Mendelssohn Trio (from left, Roudat Amiraliev, Teimour Sadykhov and Rachad Feizoullav). (Photo: Sam Garcia)

2. The embassy of Ukraine held a reception to mark Armed Forces Day. From left, Korean defence attaché Col. Soo Wan Lee, Ukrainian defence attaché Col. Ihor Likarenko, Ukraine chargé d’affaires Mykhailo Khomenko, National Defence director Capt. S.C.Bertrand and Ukraine’s second secretary Denys Sienik.

2. The embassy of Ukraine held a reception to mark Armed Forces Day. From left, Korean defence attaché Col. Soo Wan Lee, Ukrainian defence attaché Col. Ihor Likarenko, Ukraine chargé d’affaires Mykhailo Khomenko, National Defence director Capt. S.C.Bertrand and Ukraine’s second secretary Denys Sienik.

3. To mark the United Arab Emirates’ national day, Ambassador Mohamed Abdulla M. Bin Mutleq Al-Ghafli set up a traditional tent within the embassy’s walls.

3. To mark the United Arab Emirates’ national day, Ambassador Mohamed Abdulla M. Bin Mutleq Al-Ghafli set up a traditional tent within the embassy’s walls.

1. The Canada-China Cultural Development Association (CCDA) partnered with the Heart & Stroke Foundation and presented a show featuring a Chinese performing arts group at Centrepointe Theatre. (Photo: Rudy Gao)

1. The Canada-China Cultural Development Association (CCDA) partnered with the Heart & Stroke Foundation and presented a show featuring a Chinese performing arts group at Centrepointe Theatre. (Photo: Rudy Gao)

2. Jose del Carmen Urena, ambassador of Dominican Republic, hosted an independence day event March 3 at Tetreau Community Centre in Gatineau (Hull). From left, MP Jose Nunez-Melo, Ambassador Urena, Arelis Medina, vice-president of the Dominican Cultural Association and Silfredo Almonte, president of the Dominican Cultural Association. (Photo: Danilo Velasquez)

2. Jose del Carmen Urena, ambassador of Dominican Republic, hosted an independence day event March 3 at Tetreau Community Centre in Gatineau (Hull). From left, MP Jose Nunez-Melo, Ambassador Urena, Arelis Medina, vice-president of the Dominican Cultural Association and Silfredo Almonte, president of the Dominican Cultural Association. (Photo: Danilo Velasquez)

3. The Sir Winston Churchill Society of Ottawa launched at Earnscliffe, home of British High Commissioner Andrew Pocock and his wife, Julie. From left, Ron Cohen, Wendy Cohen, the Pococks, Allen Packwood, director of the Churchill Archives Centre at Cambridge University and the inaugural speaker.

3. The Sir Winston Churchill Society of Ottawa launched at Earnscliffe, home of British High Commissioner Andrew Pocock and his wife, Julie. From left, Ron Cohen, Wendy Cohen, the Pococks, Allen Packwood, director of the Churchill Archives Centre at Cambridge University and the inaugural speaker.

 

 

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