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Mex y Can Association of Manitoba Inc.
We promote and preserve Mexican culture and traditions in Manitoba

Mex Y Can Association of Manitoba Inc. was created on September 5, 2003 as an initative of a group of Mexicans to establish an organization that represents the Mexican culture in the Canadian province of Manitoba. Mex Y Can is incorporated as a non-profit organization, without any political or religious views. Its main goal is to bring together Mexicans and their families to promote activities that will preserve their culture and traditions in Canada. Mex Y Can promotes Mexican heritage by organizing social, cultural, academic and athletic events within Manitoba. Mex Y Can is governed by a volunteer driven Board of Directors elected by voting members of the Association. The Board of Directors is empowered, through the By-laws of Mex Y Can, to act on behalf of members in order to carry out the goals of the Association. Mex Y Can also has a number of Committees that help guide the activities of the Association.



Alberto Velasco

Alberto holds an undergraduate degree in International Commerce and Relations from the University Latina de America based in Morelia, Mexico. He has completed a Master’s study program on Global Marketing at the Western Technological Superior Studies Institute (ITESO).

Aline Tezcucano

Past President
Born in Mexico City and is a Biochemical Engineer graduated from the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN). After concluding her doctorate studies at McGill University, she moved to Winnipeg. Aline works for Manitoba Agriculture as a Policy Specialist – Animal Welfare and Health, and Food Safety.

Cesar Cruz

Cesar is an Architect who graduated in 2005 from the Autonomous University of San Luis Potosi (UASLP) in México; he became a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Accredited Professional in Canada in 2007. He holds a Masters Degree in Advanced Architecture from the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, IAAC, in Barcelona, Spain, 2009.

Teresa Buss

Maria Teresa received her bachelor of Finance Administration and Master in Management degree from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education. During university she was treasurer of the Students Financial Administration Society and was the recipient of the Leadership Award.

Alma De la Torre

Public Relations Officer
Public Relations Chief, Communication consultant/ Instructor, Entrepreneur. Heavy involvement in cultural, educational, and youth related activities in Canada

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