Hispanic Canadians

Hispanic Canadians

From music to politics to business, Hispanics are remaking Canada. Luis Almagro Lemes, Secretary General of the Organization States OAS, awarded 10 influential Hispanics Canadians in 2016. Since 2007, the “10 most influential Hispanic Canadians” recognizes outstanding community members from across Canada. The program,, has so far 100 winners in 7 provinces with a presence in the cities of Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa, Saskatchewan, Calgary and Toronto

 Dr. Adrian Baranchuk (Argentina) President of the International Society of Electrocardiology (2015)
 Dr. Alicia Viloria-Petit (Venezuela) Cancer researcher and professor, University of Guelph
 Ana Dominguez (Colombia) President, Campbell Company of Canada
 Dr. Andres Lozano (Spain) World authority in deep brain stimulation, University of Toronto
 Dr. Antonio Caycedo (Colombia) Colorectal surgery innovator, HSN scientist
 Eva Martinez (Spain) Vice President, Women in Aerospace Canada
 Dr. Guillermo Rocha (Mexico) President, Canadian Ophthalmological Society
 Fr. Hernan Astudillo (Ecuador) Priest, musician and humanist, San Lorenzo community Center
 Hon. Joseph Bovard (El Salvador) First and only Hispanic member of the Ontario Court of Justice
 Dr. Julio Montaner (Argentina) Director, BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS

Su Excelencia Luis Almagro Lemes, Secretario General de la Organización de Estados Americanos, presentó el premio los “10 hispanos de mayor influencia en Canadá” Desde el 2007, el programa los “10 Canadienses Hispanos más influyentes en Canada” reconocen a Hispanos destacados a través de Canadá. El programa tiene hasta ahora 100 ganadores en 7 provincias con presencia en las ciudades de Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa, Saskatchewan, Calgary y Toronto

10 most influential Hispanic Canadians 2016_Final
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