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Meeting With the Mex y Can Association of Manitoba

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Fernanda Vallejo joins as another host on U Multicultural’s Community Hour.

Fernanda will focus on the Latino-Canadian community in Winnipeg to explore Mexican culture and people who contribute greatly to building a strong community and uniting people within it. In the first episode of a series of interviews, the viewers have a chance to meet the President of the Mex y Can Association of Manitoba, Alene Tezcucano, and the Event Coordinator of Mex y Can, Pamela Salas. When was the Mexican Association started? What does Mex y Can do to promote Mexican culture in Canada? Let’s find out!

– Yuliia Kovalenko, U Multicultural

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