North Carolina FC is looking for youth fans to participate in presenting the Canadian Flag 🇨🇦 during their game versus the Ottawa Fury FC this Saturday, 9/28, at 7pm.
If you have a child 12 years or older who would like to particiapte, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Discount tickets are available to those who participate and their families.
CNNC and the Carolina Hurricanes have partnered up again this year to offer Canadians in The Triangle discounted hockey tickets for the 2019-20 season.
Starting with the home opener against the Montreal Canadiens on Oct 3rd, discount tickets are available for all 8 visiting Canadian teams this season.
Discounts vary by game and by section. Visit www.canesgroups.com/cnnc to purchase your tickets.
Did you know that Canadian’s living abroad can vote in Canadian federal elections? Eligible electors can apply to vote by special ballot. With a special ballot, you can vote by mail from anywhere in the world.
The next federal election will be held on MONDAY, OCTOBER 21.
Apply online to vote by Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. Eastern time.
Les Canadiens habitant à l’étranger peuvent voter dans les élections fédérales canadiennes, en votant par bulletin spécial par la poste.
La prochain élection fédérale se déroulera LE LUNDI 21 OCTOBRE.
Faites votre demande en ligne avant le mardi 15 octobre 2019, à 18 h, heure de l’Est.
For those interested, the Technology and Economic Development Panel put on by the Triangle British-American Business Council (Triangle BABC-NC) and the Organization of Women in International Trade – Greater Triangle (OWIT-GT) will take place Tuesday, September 10, 2019 from 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM in Cary.
As Canadians living in the US, we’re especially attuned to how immigration has shaped the nation and remains a central commonality many Americans share.
Recently, this topic has come to the forefront of the American consciousness. The upcoming HOME IS DISTANT SHORES film festival features eleven fictional and documentary films focusing on refugee and immigrant experiences. The event will take place at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh over three evenings:
October 2, 2019 7-9:30PM
My Story: Five short films of personal experience followed by a panel discussion with immigrants and refugees moderated by WUNC’s Jason DeBruyn.
October 9, 2019 7-9:30PM
New Shores: Five short films of life in a new country followed by a a panel discussion with organizations who serve refugees and immigrants moderated by WUNC’s Anita Rao.
October 16, 2019 7-9:30PM
Parallel Parking: Feature film by Aby Rao followed by a reception with series participants and filmmakers.
For tickets and further details, visit the film festival’s site.