Delegation visits Fiji Park in Canada

May 14, 2024 6:06 am

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As part of the Fiji North-America Business Mission, the Fiji delegation visited the Fiji Park in Brampton City, Canada, yesterday.

This historic occasion marked a significant connection and camaraderie between Fiji and Canada.

Welcoming the delegation, Fiji Association of Ontario, Trustee Sam Basra, provided a history of the park, highlighting its distinction as the only park named after “Fiji” outside the country.

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He adds with a recent renovation value of $440,000, the park stands as a symbol of cultural exchange and community accessibility within Brampton.

During the visit, Minister for Trade Manoa Kamikamica planted a maple tree, a symbolic gesture that served as an enduring bond between Fiji and Canada.

Kamikamica says the visit to the Fiji Park in Brampton is a historic moment, reminding them of home in a small yet profound way.

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The delegation appreciated the warm welcome at the park, emphasizing the visit’s significance for Fiji-Canada friendship.

Meanwhile, the Fiji North-America Business Mission collaborates with Investment Fiji, the Ministry of Trade, and the Fiji Trade Commission North America.