The official launch ceremony of CPACT National Capital Region was conducted on 19th July in Ottawa, ON K2b 8J8 and was well attended by a diverse crowd. The event was huge success with exchange of ideas, motivational dialogue on the potential revolution of Pakistan trade affiliation and progress of Canadians of Pakistani descent.
The event was attended by Pakistani High Commissioner to Canada His Excellency Raza Bashir Tarar. He congratulated CPACT on its endeavors to foster opportunities, build partnership and connect community via ample resources.
He also reiterated that women representation, empowerment and engagement initiative by CPACT is crucial to our community.
This important event allowed CPACT to engage and develop even stronger connections with members and partners bringing better prospects to exchange novel notion.
CPACT is proud of this achievement, realized jointly with our colleagues of the CPACT NCR National Board and thank warmly for their leadership and collaboration in this matter. It was attended by representative of Honorable Ahmed Hussen Minister for Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship, Mona Fortier, Nathalie Des Rosiers MPP Liberal Party, Marie-France Lalonde MPP Liberal Party,Muhammad Saleem Deputy High Commissioner for Pakistan, Nadim Haider Kiani Press Minister, Mushtaq Ahmad First Secretary, Sharjeela Khan Representative BDC.
Among other notable diverse attendees were Mohammad Isa President Iraqi Canadian Association, Brian St. Louis MP Candidate for Conservative Party, Les Schram MP Candidate for Green Party, Khatera Akbari MP Candidate for Liberal Party, Mr. Bala Brahmandam Madaparthi President Great India Festival, Mr. & Mrs Gipsy Gosh CEO of World Multicultural Festival, Ms. Yasmin Asgarali Ottawa's Award winning Photographer , Nazira Tareen President Ottawa Muslim Women Organization, Mr. & Mrs Sawsan Abdul-Majid Professor and Iraqi community Leader, Mr & Mrs Michel Weatherall Author and Poet, Mr. & Mrs Qazi Ottawa based renowned Pakistani Model, Mr. & Mrs Barbu Romanian Community leader. #Pakistan #Diversity #Ottawa #CPACT #Trade #South-Asian