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Welcome to the new National Bangladeshi-Canadian Council (NBCC) website , the organization that represents the interests of life in Bangladeshi-Canadian and multicultural communities in Canada.
(L) Two old friends suddenly meeting again: the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Monir Hossain, President of NBCC, greeted each other at the Celebration for la Fête nationale du Québec in Villeray. 24 june,2017
(R) Canadian Prime Minister and a good friend Justin Trudeau arrives in our neighborhood. He was doing a tour in Parc-Extension Montreal to wish its residents Eid Mubarak. Justin Trudeau was greeted by National Bangladeshi-Canadian Council (NBCC) President Monir Hossain. In short, the Prime Minister said "I know you are keeping busy yourself and doing a good job and keep up the good work". Monir Hossain replied with “Thanks for the good job you are doing for the nation”. 31 August, 2017
It's an honor for NBCC to be the official host organization for Canada 150
2017 marks the 150th of Canada's Confederation Celebration Year. NBCC hosted a ''Multicultural Festival” and Citizenship Oath Creremony at Parc-Ex on August 5 & 19th, 2017 at Complex William Hingston and Place de la Gare Jean Talon Parc (Métro Parc).
2017 marque la 150e Année de la Célébration de la Confédération du Canada. CNBC
hévergé un «Festival Multiculturel» à Parc-Ex du 5 au 19 août 2017 au Complexe William Hingston et à la Place de la Gare Jean Talon (Métro Parc).
On Saturday, August 19th 2017, at Park Place de la Gare Jean-Talon in Parc-Extension, one of Montreal’s most diverse neighborhoods, the National Bangladeshi-Canadian Council (NBCC) hosted the "Rendez-Vous au Canada 150 Fair & Festival – 2017" event as part of Canada 150, a year commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation.
Organized by the National Bangladeshi-Canadian Council in collaboration with the citizens and local organizations of Parc-Extension, over 1,000 attendees arrived at the location at evening and received items with the effigy of Canada 150 such as pins, flags, magazines about the Canadian history, and much more. Read More.....
Celebrate Canada 150 Confederation: Parc-Extension Hosts Citizenship Oath Ceremony for 150 New Canadians
On Saturday, August 5th 2017, the William Hingston Center in Parc-Extension, one of Montreal’s most diverse neighborhoods, hosted a special Citizenship Oath Ceremony as part of Canada 150, a year commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation.
Organized by the National Bangladeshi-Canadian Council (NBCC) in collaboration with Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), 150 citizenship candidates gathered in the center’s auditorium with their families and friends to begin a new life as citizens of Canada. The event was opened to the public and the local community of Parc-Extension attended the very first Citizenship Ceremony to be held in the multicultural neighborhood. Read More...
It's the biggest Canada Day party with multicultural Canadian communities at Parc-Extension Montreal. Thousands of people attended with their children dressed in red and white traditional costumes that crowded onto the lawns of Place de la Gare Jean-Talon in front of Provigo, a super market on top of metro Parc, on Saturday July 1st to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday.
Canada flags fluttered in the wind while the local community sang the Canadian national anthem with the presence of children. More..
Sounds of Bangladeshi Sufi Bauls are Unplugged
Visitors heard the Bangladeshi Sufi Bauls at Bangladesh Folk Festival – Montreal 2017
National Bangladeshi-Canadian Council (NBCC) raised the flag and distributed paper flags, pins, and Maple tattoo to citizens of Parc-Extension in Complex Willam Hingston Center to mark the National Flag Day of Canada on Wednesday. It was 52 years ago that the maple leaf first flew over Canada.
National Bangladeshi-Canadian Council (NBCC) took time to recognize the nation’s flag during National Flag Day of Canada ceremony at Parc-Extension Complex William Hingston Community Center on Wednesday.
“The Canadian flag is the symbol of the nation’s unity, for it, beyond any doubt, represents all the citizens of Canada without distinction of race, language, belief or opinions,” said the NBCC President Monir Hossain.
A Big Thank You to All Who Participated In Making Pie Festival- Parc-Ex -Montreal-2016
মন্ট্রিয়ল রসের গুরের পিঠা উৎসব ২০১৬ a Success
Thank you for attending our 6th Annual Pie Festival- Parc-Ex on Saturday, November 12, 2016- Montreal
It is our sincere hope that through this great festival you connected with others and found many of your memories with your old friends and family and will develop new partnerships that will enable your community business and woman empowering to flourish.
Canada 150 Celebration
This is Canada's largest multicultural festival to Canadian communities in Parc-Extension, Montreal. We hope that thousands of people will attend with their children dressed in red and white and with traditional costumes and envahisseront lawns in the park in front of Provigo supermarket located near metro Park 1 July 2017 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canada.
FOBACA aims to increase awareness of the culture and heritage of Bangladesh in order to promote peace and harmony in the community. He also wants to provide an opportunity for Bangladeshi Canadians to come together in a fun and exciting environment to highlight the contributions of Bangladeshi culture of diversity in Canada. Particular attention will be paid to the generation growing up in Canada on the movement of liberation war of Bangladesh
Bangladesh Day Celebration
The Bangladeshi-Canadian community celebrated the Independence Day of Bangladesh which is also named "Day of Bangladesh." The Bangladeshi-Canadian National Council (NBCC) is organizing a cultural event for the new generations of Bangladeshi Canadians and the presentation of a documentary about the 1971 war for new and current generations of Bangladeshi - Canadian.