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Our mission is to provide college women opportunities to explore and experience careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) fields.

We do this by building strong partnerships among students, colleges, and companies which allow us to provide relevant educational programs, internships, and scholarships possibilities for these college women.

With WIT Campus, college women enjoy dynamic opportunities to explore, engage in and experience the array of career options available following graduation.  After all,   there is life after calculus.

Participants have the chance to network with executive women in technology, and be mentored in business leadership. They also benefit from WIT Campus programs and gain access to scholarship opportunities.

All of the programming is designed to support female students as they move toward a successful future in STEAM.

WIT Campus programs will address mentorship, personal brand development, job negotiations and developing leadership skills-all directed by senior executive women from some of the top companies in Georgia.

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“Women In Technology offers so many opportunities to women looking to jumpstart their career in technology. I’ve been able to network with so many fantastic companies, something very important to me as a soon to be college graduate. I’ve gotten the opportunity to attend WIT Connect and work behind the scenes volunteering and these ladies pour their heart and soul into supporting and empowering women and girls in STEAM. I couldn’t be more proud to be involved in Women In Tech, their commitment to creating impactful change within the community is inspiring! I will continue to support Women In Technology for many years to come!”

“ I am a part of my university’s chapter of Women in Technology and have been for almost my entire college career. WIT has given me so many wonderful opportunities to network and meet new people, and I have really loved being a part of the organization.”

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“ WIT is an AMAZING organization! They are dedicated to helping women and girls in STEM. From having a single mother’s program to help single mothers by teaching them IT courses so they can enter the tech industry, to giving out scholarships to college students in STEM, WIT is awesome.

WIT has helped me meet some amazing people and experience so many opportunities f rom mentorship programs to job shadows to panel discussions, WIT is absolutely innovative. WIT is a NECESSITY in this society. As someone who has received a scholarship from WIT myself, I can now be at ease and focus fully on my studies. I was once overwhelmed with college expenses and I didn’t know what I was going to do, but WIT helped me financially and I am now FLOURiSHING! So thankful for this organization.”

“WIT is a wonderful nonprofit that promotes education for young women through the WIT Campus programs. The Atlanta Chapter and sponsors make it so easy for students to participate for students at a small college in NE Georgia. The charter vans that transport students, the wonderful access to working women specific to the student’s career goals. Events allow students virtual and face to face mentoring from professional women they can aspire to follow.”

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WIT Campus offers students dynamic enrichment and educational programs and events providing real-life presentations and networking opportunities with WIT executives and local companies designed to demonstrate how their STEAM studies may be applied to their careers after college. There will also be opportunities to participate in behind-the-scenes presentations at prominent companies such as Fiserv, Macy’s, Cox Enterprises, The Coca-Cola Company, and more.

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The Campus Next Level Up™ Mentorship Program offered by WIT is a unique program developed by Women In Technology focused on high-potential college women talent who are seeking to cultivate their academic careers and capacity as leaders. The program is carefully designed to prepare, promote, and mentor women and support their personal and professional development. It is the perfect opportunity to help women build powerful networks, enhance professional relationships, and contribute to the effective planning of their careers in preparation for entering the workforce. 

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You and your family are invited to join us for one of our Fall Open House events! Visiting campus is the best way to experience all that Wentworth Institute of Technology has to offer you as a future Leopard!

About The Fall Open House Events at Wentworth

Come spend the day with us in Boston! This is a perfect opportunity for students like you who are interested in becoming the next generation of problem solvers. Our faculty and staff are excited to tell you about our distinct brand of hands-on, project-based learning that makes our curriculum in sync with today’s professional environments. We'll also talk through the application process, financial aid opportunities, and explain how our co-op program prepares students for future forward careers.

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Wentworth strongly believes in the importance of a campus visit! We want to show our appreciation by waiving the application fee for any student who has attended one of our Open House events. You will receive a waiver code at the conclusion of our event.

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On the run up to Tuesday, 1 February, now is your opportunity to Ask WIT anything.

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We offer two types of campus visits each week.

  • Info session and student-led tour:  Our info sessions are hosted by admissions officers who share details about academics, campus life, the application process, and financial aid. A student-led campus tour immediately follows the info session.
  • Student-led tour only:  One of our amazing students will take you on a tour of their favorite places on campus.

Info sessions last half an hour, and student led tours are one hour.

Reservations are required. Should you arrive without a reservation for a session, we will not be able to accommodate you.

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If you would like to bring a group of 6–50 people to campus, you are welcome to request a group tour . We are not able to accommodate groups of 6–50 people in our regular information sessions and tours.

Please note that we can only accommodate requests for visits placed 3 weeks in advance.

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In case of severe weather, the Admissions Office follows the Institute emergency closing guidelines. If MIT is closed, the Admissions Office is closed and all visit programming is canceled. We will post any closures to mitadmissions.org and notify you of any cancellations by email. If you would like to reschedule your visit, it’s easy! Simply fill out a new reservation form.

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Come visit any of the Collin College campuses.  Check out our evening tour options that begin at 5:30 p.m. or visit Frisco, McKinney, Plano, Technical, and Wylie campuses at 1:30 p.m during the daytim weekly tours. The tours are led by Collin College Student Ambassadors, or staff, and take approximately one hour to complete. We hope to see you on campus soon!

EVENING SUMMER TOUR SCHEDULE

Advance registration is required for the evening tours (see sign-up links for each location below).  Guests who wish to meet with an academic advisor, financial aid representative, or other campus department staff members on their visit should plan to be on campus at least 1 hour before the tours begin.   Tours start promptly at 5:30 p.m. , so guests are encouraged to arrive a few minutes early.

  • Monday, June 10 -  Plano Campus  (Meet at the Information Desk in the main atrium)  REGISTRATION CLOSED
  • Wednesday, June 12  - McKinney Campus (Meet at the Welcome Desk in the Welcome Center) REGISTRATION CLOSED
  • Thursday, June 13 -  Farmersville Campus  (Meet at the information desk)  REGISTRATION CLOSED
  • Monday, June 17 -  Celina Campus  (Meet at the information desk in the main building)  REGISTER  HERE
  • Tuesday, June 18 -  Frisco Campus  (Meet at the Information Desk in Lawler Hall) REGISTRATION CLOSED
  • Wednesday, June 19 -  Technical Campus  (Meet at the Information Desk in Building A Level 1)  REGISTRATION CLOSED
  • Thursday, June 20 - W ylie Campus  (Meet at the Welcome Desk in the Campus Commons)  REGISTRATION CLOSED

DAYTIME WEEKLY TOUR SCHEDULE

Guests do not need to register in advanced to attend one of our daytime weekly tours and have the option to meet with an academic advisor, financial aid representative, or other campus department staff members immediately following the tour.  Tours start promptly at 1:30 p.m. , so guests are encouraged to arrive a few minutes early.

  • Frisco Campus – Meet at the Information Desk in Lawler Hall, Monday at 1:30 p.m.
  • McKinney Campus  – Meet at the Welcome Desk in the Welcome Center, Monday at 1:30 p.m.
  • Plano Campus – Meet at the Information Desk in the main atrium, Wednesday and Friday at 1:30 p.m.
  • Technical Campus – Meet at the Information Desk in Building A Level 1, Thursday at 1:30 p.m.
  • Wylie Campus – Meet at the Welcome Desk in the Campus Commons, Monday and Friday at 1:30 p.m.
  • Celina and Farmersville – Campus tours are by appointment only.

*Tours will not be held on holidays

LARGE GROUP TOURS  [15 or more visitors]

  • If your school or community group would like to schedule a large group tour, or have Collin College at your event, complete this form . 
  • All requests must be submitted at least two weeks in advance.
  • All details and guidelines will be communicated with you directly once the request is received. Questions can also be submitted to [email protected] .

In preparation for your visit, you can view a virtual tour of the Collin College campuses by clicking the name of the following campus: Frisco Campus , McKinney Campus , Plano Campus , Technical Campus , Wylie Campus , Celina Campus , Farmersville Campus , and iCollin Virtual Campus .

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High school students may visit the campus as part of their college visit or part of College Day. High schools may require visiting students to submit paperwork to their respective offices in order to receive an excused absence from class.  Student and Enrollment Services on the Frisco Campus, McKinney Campus, Plano Campus, Technical Campus, and Wylie Campus will provide a campus visit letter to all students on official Collin College letterhead and have the exact day and time of the visit.

  • To receive a campus visit letter, the student (s) must attend and complete the entire guided tour of campus by our Collin College Student Ambassadors during scheduled tour times.
  • It is strongly encouraged that students meet with an academic advisor, a financial aid representative, and/or the admissions office during their campus visit.
  • Students must request the campus visit letter on the day of the campus visit.  Faxed and mailed forms cannot be provided.
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College tour season is about to kick off. Here are 10 tips from college tour guides to have a successful campus visit.

  • As spring starts, colleges around the country welcome parents and students to campus for tours. 
  • College tour guides want people to arrive on time, ask the right questions, and have fun.
  • They also recommend students take the tour on their own, without their parents.

Spring break is right around the corner, and for many high school students and their parents, that means many will be hitting the road to tour colleges around the country.

To make the most of your visit, Business Insider spoke with college students and tour guides. They know the campuses like the back of their hands, and they know how to walk backward.

Here are the dos and don'ts of college tours from student guides.

1. Get there with no time to spare, but don't be late

You won't get points for arriving early, so try to arrive on time. But if you do happen to arrive late , there's no need to worry.

"If something comes up and you are late, ask your guide what you missed once the tour finishes," Skyler Kawecki-Muonio, a senior at Sarah Lawrence College, told BI. "They will happily fill you in."

2. Dress to impress, but don't sacrifice comfort

It's important to look nice, but you don't have to don a jacket and tie. Tour-goers should put their best foot forward with a sturdy pair of walking shoes , and don't forget to dress for the weather.

"At Fairleigh Dickinson, tours go out rain or shine, so make sure to wear clothes that will keep you warm," Emily Bone, class of '25, said.

3. Don't forget to sign in, but skip the CV

Most schools have a check-in desk where you'll receive a campus map and other literature. But don't bother furnishing schools with your portfolio.

"Students can leave their resumes at home," Henry Millar, a senior at William & Mary, said. "Tour guides generally do not have any sway in the admissions process whatsoever, so feel free to save the paper."

4. Pay attention on the tour, but do it solo if possible

Some schools offer the option of letting parents and kids take separate tours, which has advantages.

"Get excited about your child's potential future in college, but give them some space to see what they think of that school on their own," Nathan Weisbrod, a junior at Wesleyan University, told BI.

Students can comfortably ask questions without a parent present and compare notes afterward.

5. Ask all your questions, but avoid personal interrogations

This is the time to inquire about any aspect of campus life , and don't feel shy about speaking up.

"Tour guides love getting questions because it allows us to cater the tour, especially in small groups, toward the needs and interests of the families on that specific tour," Halle Spataro, class of '24 at Bucknell University, said.

But some topics are off-limits, so don't ask your tour guide about their SAT/ACT scores or what they wrote about in their essay.

6. Speak up, but let the student take the lead

Parents may be tempted to raise their hand again and again, but this tour is about the student, so there should be space to let them shine.

"Try to take the backseat — or the passenger seat — but refrain from driving all of your child's interactions," Julian Jacklin, class of '25 at Reed College, said. "Students who feel they can own that experience usually ask the most questions and engage with the tour more."

7. Say thanks, but don't leave with questions unanswered

Maybe your guide didn't hear you, or your kid was reluctant to speak up. You can still get the information you want before leaving.

"There's a lot of information students are getting that day and a lot of excitement with being in a new place, which can make people forget to ask certain questions," Lorenzo Mars, a junior at Pepperdine University, said.

Therefore, get your tour guide's email address so that you can follow up afterward.

8. You may know exactly what school is right, but keep an open mind

Don't be surprised if a city-living kid is suddenly intrigued by a small-town setting.

"The college search and college experience are all about getting to know yourself better and growing, so on a tour, students have to trust themselves and their judgment of the 'world' they've just stepped into," Thomas Elias, class of '24 at University of Scranton, said.

9. Take in as much as you can, but remember to have fun

Sure, preparing for the next four years can be scary and stressful. But it's also an exciting milestone, so enjoy the ride.

"These tours serve as great opportunities to learn more about colleges — along with their cities, culture, and people," Connor Gee, a sophomore at the University of Mississippi, said. "Have fun with it!"

10. Weigh the pros and cons of the school, but don't stop there

Your tour may be over, but you can still learn other ways to immerse yourself in college life .

"See if the school offers additional experiences, like eating in the cafeteria or attending a class," Emily Balda, class of '24 at Seton Hall University, said. "Consider it 'food for thought.'"

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Took the scenic route ?? #StampedeTogether | #SCUBroncos pic.twitter.com/7xRxEWOtZ2 — Santa Clara Volleyball (@scuvolleyball) June 18, 2024
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Duke Announces University Merit Scholarships for 50 Members of the Class of 2028

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Fifty incoming students from Duke University’s Class of 2028 have been awarded merit scholarships.

Duke’s Office of University Scholars and Fellows (OUSF) merit scholarships are designed to enable students to fully realize their intellectual ambitions, individual talents, and specific interests.

The scholarships cover the full cost of tuition, room, board, and mandatory fees for four years (eight semesters) of undergraduate study. In addition, scholars have access to funding for enrichment activities, which they may use to conduct research; present at or attend professional conferences; and participate in international learning experiences both during the summer and academic year.

“We are pleased to welcome a new cohort of merit scholars. This diverse group of scholars illuminate Duke's values. We look forward to watching them move through their paths, anticipating their achievements at Duke and beyond,” said Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Candis Watts Smith.

“These scholarships, funded by generous philanthropic contributions, ensure that these scholars are financially supported and able to thrive, build relationships, engage in communities, and have enriching experiences over the next four years.

“Still more, it takes a village to help all Duke students, including our merit scholars, to have transformational experiences at Duke. I am thankful for the committed faculty directors and the dedicated team members with the Office of Undergraduate Education and the Office of University Scholars and Fellows who help our merit scholars bring this vision into fruition.” 

Each individual scholarship program has a dedicated faculty or staff director who provides mentorship, guidance, and activities throughout the scholar’s career at Duke. In addition, the OUSF staff offers programming for all scholars to learn and engage with each other, cultivating a strong network of merit scholars at Duke. 

For more information on individual scholarships, visit  the Office of University Scholars and Fellows .

Duke’s Class of 2028 merit scholar recipients are:

ALUMNI ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

Yue Jiang, faculty director and Carole LeVine, co-director

  • Alexis Golart : Yorktown, Virginia; Tabb High School
  • Laura Houghton : Newark, Delaware; Newark Charter Junior/Senior High School

ANGIER B. DUKE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Mark Goodacre, faculty director

  • Yash Dagade : Eden Prairie, Minnesota; Eden Prairie High School
  • Trevor Darr : Virginia Beach, Virginia; Princess Anne High School
  • Carter Davis : Clayton, Missouri; Clayton High School
  • Anika Dugal : Matawan, New Jersey; Old Bridge High School
  • Siddarth Kini : Cary, North Carolina; Green Level High School
  • Grace Marquez : Irving, Texas; Macarthur High School
  • Fiona Ojugbelli : Syracuse, New York; Christian Brothers Academy
  • Janie Qing : Yorktown, Virginia; Tabb High School
  • Jae Hee (Jane) Shin: Cary, North Carolina; North Carolina School of Science and Math
  • Elisa Torres Durney : Valparaiso, Chile; Colegio Champangnat
  • Evan Valenzuela : Oak Hill, Virginia; Flint Hill School
  • Srilakshmi Venkatesan : Hopkinton, Massachusetts; Hopkinton High School 
  • Tessa Weaver : Jersey City, New Jersey; McNair Academic High School
  • Emily Zheng : San Diego, California; Canyon Crest Academy

BENJAMIN N. DUKE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

 Ken Rogerson, faculty director

  • Jerome Butler III : Gastonia, North Carolina; Highlands School of Technology
  • Luke Davis : Cayce, South Carolina; South Carolina Association of Independent Home Schools
  • Annie Eilers : Charlotte, North Carolina; Providence High School
  • Cooper Herrett : Wilmington, North Carolina; Cape Fear Academy
  • Shreya Karumuri : Cornelius, North Carolina; William Amos Hough High School
  • Chase Locascio : Asheville, North Carolina; Carolina Day School
  • Lane Miller : West Jefferson, North Carolina; Ashe County High School
  • Garrett Simons : Hilton Head, South Carolina; Hilton Head Island High School
  • Rosie Smolowitz : Charlotte, North Carolina; Myers Park High School
  • Emerson Wiseman : North Charleston, South Carolina; Academic Magnet High School

KARSH INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP

Giovanni Zanalda, faculty director

  • Precious Adesida : London, England; Gunnersbury Catholic School
  • Haider Ahmed: Lahore , Pakistan; Kaizen High School
  • Giac (Jack) Do: Danang , Vietnam; Saint Joseph’s Institution International School
  • Ebony Kalin : Hawera, New Zealand; Te Paepae o Aotea
  • Shawn Kiboi : Nairobi, Kenya; Starehe Boy’s Centre and School
  • Tsvetelina Milkova : Ruse, Bulgaria; United World College of the Adriatic
  • Kevin Mokaya : Kikuyu, Kenya; Alliance High School
  • Zulaa Mungunsukh : Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia; Sant School
  • Ngima Muraguri : Nairobi, Kenya; Braeburn International School Arusha
  • Alexander Stiuart : Moscow, Russia; GBOU School No. 1296 of Moscow
  • Rashmi Thapa : Greaker, Norway; Greaker Videregaende Skole

TRINITY SCHOLARSHIPS

  • Ava Betanco-Born : Pfafftown, North Carolina; Ronald Wilson High School
  • Sophia Byrd : Lexington, North Carolina; North Davidson High School
  • Jonathan Odom, Jr .: High Point, North Carolina; Munich International School
  • Alexa Reid : Greensboro, North Carolina; The Early College of Guilford County
  • Anna Vannoy : Greensboro, North Carolina; Walter Hines Page High School

UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP

Victoria Lodewick, director

  • William Brown : Lexington, Kentucky; Henry Clay High School
  • Sofia Cagina : Tucson, Arizona; Canyon del Oro High School
  • Linda Garziera : North Charleston, South Carolina; Charleston County School of the Arts
  • Michelle Giffoni-Albor : Orlando, Florida; Lake Nona High School
  • Sia Maredia : Spring, Texas; Klein Oak High School
  • Anna Ortwein : Esslingen am Neckar, Germany; Morike-Gymnasium
  • Maria Torres : Harmony, Florida; Harmony High School
  • Claire Ziemba : Celebration, Florida; Celebration High School

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  • 17 June 2024

Undergraduate and graduate IT students joined faculty members last week for a Study Away in DC experience. The trip was hosted by the School of Computing's Dr. Kevin Floyd, associate dean, Dr. Kembley Lingelbach, IT department chair, and Dr. Vicky Sandoval, IT graduate studies coordinator.

MGA IT students at the Macon airport.

Students and faculty stayed at the Catholic University of America, a central location to many Washington, DC area exhibits and attractions.

In addition to sightseeing and traditional Washington, DC experiences, the students toured the National Security Agency, Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). The group also learned more about national strategies for cybersecurity at the National Security Agency (NSA) Headquarters in Maryland. 

IT students tour DC.

IT students who attended the trip are:

ITEC 4299: Jovontia Jordan, Amy Mobley, Tilahun Muche, and Brianna Terrell

ITEC 6299: John Joyce

IT students tour the Secret Service Wash Field Office.

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Royal Canadian Navy led conga lines in Havana as part of ‘deterrence’ visit to Cuba, photos show

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A vintage car passes by as Canadian warship HMCS Margaret Brooke enters Havana's bay, in Cuba, on June 14. The Canadian government has come under criticism for making a friendly three-day naval stop in Cuba. Stringer/Reuters

Photos posted on social media by Canada’s embassy in Cuba show a Royal Canadian Navy band member leading conga lines during a performance in downtown Havana, interactions that cast doubt on Defence Minister Bill Blair’s description of a warship port visit as a deterrent to Moscow.

The Canadian government has come under criticism for making a friendly three-day naval stop in Cuba, a staunch ally of Russia which is also reportedly allowing China to build a spy base on the island.

The port visit by Canadian warship HMCS Margaret Brooke came after American and Canadian warships and surveillance planes had been tracking a Russian naval flotilla through the Atlantic Ocean as it conducted military exercises. The Russian naval vessels , including a frigate and nuclear-powered submarines, had been dispatched to Cuba after a warning from President Vladimir Putin that Moscow might arm countries to hit Western targets, in response to Ukraine’s allies allowing Kyiv to strike targets inside of Russia.

Mr. Blair’s office earlier this week told reporters that Canada did not consider Cuba an ally and the Defence Minister himself defended the port visit – something normally reserved for friendly nations – as intended to send a message to Russia.

“Presence is deterrence. We were present,” he told reporters Monday.

In a June 17 post on X, formerly known as Twitter, the Canadian embassy published photos of the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) entertaining people. “Musicians from the RCN’s Naden Band took time this weekend to play music for an appreciative crowd in Plaza de Armas in front of the Museum of the City of Havana,” one of the posts said. Photos included shots of a Canadian naval band member leading crowd members in a conga line dance.

The Globe and Mail requested an itinerary of the port visit from the Department of National Defence. Spokesman Kened Sadiku said HMCS Margaret Brooke co-hosted an engagement with the Canadian ambassador “for officials from many countries including the United States, United Kingdom, Sweden, Chile, Ecuador, Brazil, and the host nation of Cuba.”

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Photos posted on social media platform X by the Embassy of Canada to Cuba in Havana on June 17, with the caption, ‘This weekend, members of the Naden Band of the Royal Canadian Navy, here with HMCS Margaret Brooke, showed some of Canada's music talent to an excited crowd in Old Havana!.’ Embassy of Canada/Supplied

Lieutenant-Commander Linda Coleman, a senior communications adviser with the defence department, said the musical performance was arranged by the Department of Global Affairs.

“While in country, ship personnel also engaged in cultural exchanges in the Havana area,” she said. “A small number of personnel participated in this particular exchange, which was planned by the Canadian embassy in Havana, and served as a secondary side event in addition to the military purpose of the visit.”

She said only four sailors from the crew participated in this musical performance. Ships of this class have a maximum crew size of 85, she said.

LCdr. Coleman stressed, however, that the “visit’s principal purpose was a military one.”

She said Canada is “committed to maintaining a military presence in the sea and air around our continent, and foreign actors coming into our neighbourhood can expect to see our armed forces fulfilling their mission” to protect Canada.

The Associated Press reported last year that China has been operating a spy base in Cuba since at least 2019, as part of a global effort by Beijing to upgrade its intelligence-gathering capabilities. The news service cited an anonymous member of U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration as its source.

Michael Lima, a Cuban-Canadian and democracy activist who is critical of the authoritarian government in Havana, said it’s hard to see how the Royal Canadian Navy’s musical entertainment fits with a deterrence operation.

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Photos posted on social media platform X by the Embassy of Canada to Cuba in Havana on June 14, with the caption, ‘HMCS Margaret Brooke, captained by Commander Nicole Robichaud, received a formal welcoming party by members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Cuba and the Embassy of Canada.’

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Photos posted on social media platform X by the Embassy of Canada to Cuba in Havana on June 14, with the caption reading, ‘HMCS Margaret Brooke, captained by Commander Nicole Robichaud, received a formal welcoming party by members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Cuba and the Embassy of Canada.’ Embassy of Canada/Supplied

He said it’s disappointing to see a Canadian sailor “leading conga lines in a country with over 1,000 political prisoners.” (Prisoners Defenders, a human-rights advocacy group, said in a May, 2024, report that political prisoners in Cuba numbered 1,113.)

Mr. Lima said Canada’s friendly military visit with Cuba “raises strong ethical, moral, and human-rights questions.”

On July 11, 2021, thousands of Cubans took to the streets in dozens of cities, from Havana to Santiago, calling for President Miguel Diaz-Canel to step down, in what international media called the biggest anti-government demonstrations on the Communist-run island in decades. The protests erupted amid Cuba’s worst economic crisis since the fall of the Soviet Union, its old ally, and a record surge in coronavirus infections. The government’s reaction was “brutal, systematic repression and censorship,” according to Human Rights Watch, an international rights group.

Cuba, facing economic difficulties owing to factors such as decades of embargo by the U.S., has strengthened its relationship with Russia after Moscow’s 2022 assault on Ukraine. Hundreds of Cubans are reportedly fighting for Russia in the war against Ukraine, although Havana has publicly disavowed this recruitment.

In November, 2022, Mr. Diaz-Canel, the Cuban President, visited Moscow where he and Mr. Putin unveiled a monument to Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, pledging to deepen their friendship in the face of U.S. sanctions against both countries.

Conservative Party defence critic James Bezan said Canada’s friendly gestures for Cuba send “a disturbing message to Canada’s Ukrainian community and our ally Ukraine, that Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government is celebrating a regime that is actively supporting Vladimir Putin.”

Nevertheless, relations between Cuba and Canada have warmed under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau . He visited the island in November, 2016, and when Mr. Castro died later that month, he issued a statement celebrating the authoritarian leader as a “legendary revolutionary and orator” and “larger than life leader who served his people.”

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