New Zealand High Commission Ottawa, Canada

23-07-11

TSN will air all 48 games Rugby World Cup  in Canada. Click here for more details.

21-07-11

Below is an article written by Second Secretary Koro Dickinson which appeared in Embassy Magazine on 20 July 2011.

New Zealand's farmers operate in a global business environment where peaks, troughs and price volatility are the norm. This volatility requires New Zealand farmers to remain competitive, business oriented and proactive in terms of securing market access around the world—all without the need for government protection, intervention or financial support.

06-07-11

New Zealand film "BOY" will be screening at the National Gallery of Canada Auditorium - 380 Sussex Drive, Ottawa on Thursday, July 14th at 6:00pm. Admission is free.  It is presented by Available Light Screening Collective in conjunction with the exhibition Don’t Stop Me Now.
 

28-06-11

The Black Sox' Chubb Tangaroa recieved an award of merit from organizers of the Legends of Fastball Classic in Kitchener. To read the article click here.

22-06-11

Moana & the Tribe, a Maori roots band from New Zealand will tour Canada for the first time in 2011. Their tour dates are listed below:

30 June 2011 - Banff Centre Banff, Alberta 
01 July 2011 - Banff Centre Banff, Alberta

17-06-11

New Zealand High Commissioner Andrew Needs has posted his latest blog entitled "More Aftershocks in Christchurch".

 

17-06-11

Listed below are games which New Zealand's national men's softball team, the Black Sox will be playing in Ontario, Canada.

17-06-11

Below are links to a series of articles and videos about New Zealand wines that appeared in the Canadian media.

www.winescores.ca/newsletters/NZcentralotago.htm

15-06-11

Please click here to view the latest Canada New Zealand Business Association newsletter.

14-06-11

Two damaging aftershocks hit Christchurch on June 13th. There have been no reported fatalities, but there is significant damage to infrastructure and buildings.

The first aftershock was a magnitude 5.5 and struck at 1300, 10 km east of Christchurch at Taylor's Mistake beach, at a depth of 11 km. It was followed at 1420 by a magnitude 6 quake, centred 10 km southeast of the city at a depth of 9 km.

There is no indication at this point that any foreign nationals have been affected in this event.

 

 

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