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Hispanic Canadian Heritage Council

The Hispanic Canadian Heritage Council (HCHC) is an umbrella organization constituted in 2008 by key institutions from the Hispanic / Latin American community of Toronto with a long and proven history of working with the community since 1973. The HCHC is a non-profit organization established with the purpose to highlight and promote the contribution of Hispanic / Latin American culture to the evolving fabric of Canadian Heritage.

The work of the HCHC is funded by grants from different government levels and by sponsorships by private corporations. The HCHC is working in four areas, one of them is the Toronto Latin American Film Festival (LATAFF)

As part of LATAFF, we screen Latin American movies (with English subtitles) in open spaces as an opportunity to the community to appreciate the Latin American culture.

Parks we work in:

  • Dufferin Grove Park
  • High Park
  • Mel Lastman Square

Things we do:

  • advocacy
  • festivals
  • food festivals
  • heritage conservation/education
  • movie nights
  • parades
  • visual arts

We're looking for volunteers in these areas:

  • Regular volunteers

Where you can find us

  • 1280 Finch Avenue West, North York, ON, Canada

Get in touch!

http://hispaniccanadianheritage.ca/