Michael Hoffort, Farm Credit Canada President and CEO talks about the first ever Tech & Food week offered for teens at Encounters with Canada.
In October 2017, Communication & Social Media participants took up the Communication Challenge. Divided in teams, they had to produce a video about one of the week's events. Resulting videos were imaginative, lively and fun! Watch this video created by Cameron, Emmy, Isaac and Zaya.
Encounters with Canada Global Affairs participants had the opportunity to discuss life as a diplomat with Teuku Faizasyah, Ambassador of Indonesia, Raoul Delcorde, Ambassador of Belgium, Kareen Rispal, Ambassador of France, Beat Nobs, Ambassador of Switzerland, Diego Stacy, Ambassador of Ecuador
In July 2017, for the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Passchendaele, the Belgian Embassy in Canada and Encounters with Canada sent 5 youth overseas to discover Canada's involvement in Belgium's battlefields.
Ottawa, July 21 2017 – On Belgian National Day, the five winners of the contest In Flanders Fields were received at the residence of Belgian Ambassador Raoul Delcorde.
Ottawa, April 24, 2017 - This morning, the Governor General of Canada, his Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, awarded the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers to Michael White and John Shaw, two long-time Encounters with Canada (EWC) volunteers.
This year I got to give back to my community in a unique way, as a Teacher-Monitor with "Encounters with Canada from October 9th - October 14th.
The holiday season is quickly approaching and, as part of our annual tradition, Encounters with Canada is helping needy generosity to help give four families, with young children, a helping hand - and a families in our community.
The Ottawa 2017 Bureau and Mayor Jim Watson, in collaboration with lead partner CIBC, are pleased to announce a partnership with Encounters with Canada to enrich the experience of young Canadians during Canada’s sesquicentennial year.
Encounters with Canada is proud to partner with the Embassy of Belgium to offer an exclusive, eight-day, all-expenses-paid trip to Belgium for five history-loving EWC Alumni Community members.
“Being here for Vimy week made me realize how privileged I am to live in this country and has made me so much more grateful for what the brave men and women did for us all those years ago and also for the people still serving today.
South Tetagouche, NB resident, retired teacher Michael White was honoured, today, for his 100 weeks of volunteerism at Canada’s largest youth forum, Encounters with Canada (EWC). Acadie-Bathurst MP Serge Cormier, Mr.
Big excitement at Encounters with Canada! Mid-February saw 120 young Canadian teens from across the country travel to Ottawa to attend EWC’s new First Responders week and sample careers in such fields as policing, firefighting and emergency medical services.
Encounters with Canada will soon celebrate its 35th anniversary – in 2017, the same year that Canada will celebrate its 150th!
To mark this historic occasion, the EWC team will attempt to set a Guinness Record® for the largest work of art made with pins.
On October 8, Encounters with Canada, once again, played the very proud host to a Canadian Citizenship Ceremony at the Terry Fox Canadian Youth Centre, welcoming 30 immigrants as new citizens.
More than 100 International Relations participants witnessed this very moving event.
Are you between the ages of 14 and 17 and want to get involved in the 2015 federal election?
Participate in the National Democracy Challenge!
During the next federal election, many electoral officer positions will be open to Canadians.
On 19 October, all Canadians of voting age will be called to the polls to choose their government for the next four years – a significant event!
Encounters with Canada wants to see how you are getting ready to vote!
On August 12, 2015, Encounters with Canada (EWC) welcomed its neighbours and friends, employees and families to a greatly anticipated event – its annual community BBQ!
Once an election is called, you have several voting options. You can choose to vote on Election Day, or at an advance poll, at your local Elections Canada office, or by mail.
Here are the details for each voting option: