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On March 10 in Ottawa, the Ambassador of Lithuania to Canada Darius Skusevičius conferred the Medal of Honour – Lithuanian Diplomacy Star – on The Honourable Robert Keith Rae, Canada’s current Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations.
On March 11, 1990, democratically elected Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania declared the Restoration of the Independence. 32 years ago, Lithuanian people set themselves free after 5 decades of soviet occupation. Lithuanians were the first of many European nations behind the Iron Curtain who chose freedom and democracy and voiced their strong will to the world.
An evening to commemorate the path to restoration of Lithuania's Independence and to support Ukrainians fighting for freedom.
The Embassy of Lithuania to Canada has the honor of inviting you to a meeting with a writer of Lithuanian descent Antanas Šileika and discussing one of his novels “Underground“.
To remember the victims of Bloody Sunday, the Embassy of Lithuania to Canada invited Lithuanians and friends of Lithuania in Canada for the tribute run "Road of Life and Death" in Ottawa on January 8, 2022. Participants completed a symbolic 9 kilometers run - the distance from Antakalnis Cemetery, where the victims of the events of January 13th are laid to rest, to Vilnius TV Tower, which they were defending.
On January 8, 2022, Embassy of Lithuania to Canada organizes a tribute run „Road of Life and Death“ (9km run) in Ottawa, dedicated to remember and mark the 31st anniversary of the Day of Freedom Defenders in Lithuania.
In anticipation of the winter holidays, Embassy of Lithuania to Canada together with Lithuanian schools in Canada and Canadian Lithuanian Youth Association invites all Lithuanian kids in Canada to a virtual Christmas celebration.
The launch of exhibition “Long Journey Home – Great Discovery”, prepared by Canadian Lithuanian museum-archives, will be launched on November 24, 7 PM (Toronto time). Danguolė Juozapavičiūtė-Breen, the director of Lithuanian museum-archives of Canada, together with experts from Canada and Lithuania will present the most important interwar international treaties of Lithuania, the fate of which has been unknown for more than 80 years, that were returned to Lithuania earlier this year.
In November 2021, two Canadian film festivals will screen movies by Lithuanian authors. We are sharing information about the movies and festivals, and invite you to actively participate!
This year Lithuania and Canada are marking the 30th anniversary of the restoration of diplomatic relations. To celebrate the occasion, the Embassy of Lithuania to Canada and The Lithuanian Canadian Community Toronto chapter together with partners in Ottawa and Toronto are organizing celebratory events on October 1-3, 2021. All the events will be streamed live online, we invite you to join us virtually (all times indicated in ETD).