World Lebanese Cultural Union (Archives)

World Lebanese Cultural Union (Archives)

  • Lebanese Canadian House - Lebanese Diaspora Village - Batroun, Lebanon

    By Norman Nahas

    The Lebanese Diaspora Village is a touristic and cultural project that includes the restoration of 12 ancient houses surrounding a central courtyard, cafe, museum and hotel.

    It will serve as a place of gathering for both emigrants and locals, while helping to foster a deeper connection to Lebanon and also promote trade and tourism.

    This development is currently being constructed within the ancient town of Batroun, Lebanon and is part of the vision of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants, H.E. Minister Gebran Bassil to facilitate bonds amongst other Lebanese throughout the world.

    Each of the ancient houses will represent a different region around the world where Lebanese emigrants have located and influenced over time, including Canada, USA, UAE, Mexico, Brazil, Ivory Coast, Africa, Australia and Russia.

    On May 7 2016, the Russian Home was officially opened and a ceremony was held to celebrate the occasion, as well as the ties between Lebanon and Russia. The pictures below show the look of the finished structure. The next step will be to provide content about Russia, as well as the Lebanese within it.

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  • Norman Nahas, President of the Lebanese chamber of commerce in Halifax.

    took on the role of Chairman of the Canadian committee responsible for the development of the Lebanese Canadian House in Batroun.
  • Vestiges D'orient (Atelier d'art) organized a reception in honor of Dr Nick kahwaji

    Tell the historians, that the 125 Lebanese who died on the Titanic, were all Lebanese and they will not be forgotten."
  • Reviving Ainebel Hospital project with the guidance of UNDP- Live Lebanon

    The WLCU-BC council delegation decided to relaunch the Ain Ebel hospital project,and to cooperate with Live Lebanon.
  • "For a sustainable public transport in Lebanon" a conference at the Unversity of Montreal By Elias Maalouf

    Mr. Elias Maalouf ( Co founder of the Lebanese NGO Train / Train) presented the history of the public transport in Lebanon and the possibilities of restoring the railroad.
  • Productivity

    Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort. Paul J. Meyer
  • PIRC follow up meeting in Beirut (May 10, 2016)

    discussed issues related to the phoenician heritage.They were happy to learn that Eng Remi kahwaji, the CEO of the PIRC will be joining Captain beale on the transatlantic trip.

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