MEX Y CAN & YOU
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.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
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Take part in a noisy, fun, and family friendly event where people can come together to share their spirit as a percussion ensemble in our new Community Drumming Circle program. People of all musical backgrounds are welcome to share their rhythmical spirit with whatever percussion instruments are available. No drum, no problem – get creative Read more about Drumming Circle with Carlos Barrios (Cabú)[…]
Deux étudiants, un professeur : Mathieu Nolette, Kenzie Vincent et Fernand Saurette sont partis vivre une aventure de trois semaines au Yucatán, au Mexique, grâce au programme de mobilité étudiante de l’Université de Saint-Boniface (USB). Mathieu Nolette vient de terminer son baccalauréat en arts et s’apprête à intégrer la Faculté d’éducation de l’USB en septembre prochain. Read more about Explorateurs de la culture maya[…]
Music – Food – Drinks Mask Welcome Theatre Cercle Moliere 340 Provencher Blvd, Winnipeg November 10, 2018 From 8:30pm to 1am Tickets $10
Music – Crafts – Food Theatre Cercle Moliere 340 Provencher Blvd, Winnipeg November 10, 2018 From 4pm to 8pm Tickets $5 Children 10 and under Free!
Remember your loved ones and share your altar in our photography exhibition. How to participate: Create your altar Take a picture Send it to [email protected] by November 5th. Remember to send your full name and place of origin. You can also include the name of the person or persons to whom you dedicate your altar. Read more about Share your altar in our photography exhibition – Day of the dead[…]
Estimados líderes comunitarios: Por este medio, les compartimos que la Dra. Ana María Aragonés, profesora-investigadora de tiempo completo del Instituto de Estudios Económicos de la UNAM, está recopilando datos para una investigación titulada _“MIGRACIÓN DE TALENTOS MEXICANOS Y SU CONTRIBUCIÓN EN LOS PAÍSES RECEPTORES”_, a través de una encuesta que pretende mapear y entender mejor Read more about MEXICANOS CALIFICADOS EN EL EXTERIOR: RETOS Y PERSPECTIVAS[…]
Mex Y Can Association of Manitoba Inc is pleased to make a call for volunteers to form the Mexican Pavilion Committee for 2019. The pavilion theme for this year will be “The Day of the Dead” We invite you to participate with us. Please scroll down to complete your application form. Deadline October 19, 2018 Read more about 2019 Mexican Pavilion at Folklorama[…]
Join us in the Annual General Meeting of the Mex Y Can Association of Manitoba Inc to learn about the activities conducted by the Association in 2018 and participate in the election of the new Board of Directors for 2019. Thursday November 15, 2018 6:00 – 8:00 pm River Heights Library 1520 Corydon Ave. Read more about Annual General Meeting 2018[…]