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Bangladesh Day on the Canadian parliament Hill - Ashram news

Member of Parliament (Nepean area) Chandra Arya is going to host the “Bangladesh Day” on the Canadian parliament Hill On June 15, 2019. This event will take place at Sir John A. MacDonald Building (144 Wellington St. Ottawa) from 2 pm to 5 pm. The purpose of the event is to showcase the unique culture and heritage of the Bangladeshi-Canadians and share it with the Ottawa community. With a short discussion to our correspondent, Mr. Arya mentioned, " the Bangladeshi Canadians from Ottawa region are very optimistic. They are working hard to improve the society along with their rich culture. This celebration is countability and recognition of their work and contribution to the community”. He asks everybody to join the celebration and enjoy it.
Please note that, to attend the event, every member of your family must register separately at the link below.

https://forms.gle/baiWB4oemcV2ynWo8

On the hill, Chandra Arya sits on the Public Accounts committee dealing with Auditor General’s reports on the government finances and performance of all the government departments. He has been the Member of Parliament of Nepean riding since 2015. Mr. Arya is also a family man, community activist, and a business executive. He has spent over 30 years working to improve the lives around him. As a professional, Mr. Arya has also served on the boards of Invest Ottawa – the economic development agency of the city of Ottawa with a mandate to make Ottawa the best place for knowledge-based companies to set up business and grow, OCISO Not-for-Profit Housing Corporation (now known as Unity Non-Profit Housing Corporation Ottawa), the Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Organization and the Hindu Society of Ottawa Carleton. He previously served as Chair of the Indo-Canada Ottawa Business Chamber, President of the Indo-Canadian Community Centre Inc., and was the founding director of the Federation of Canadian Brazilian Businesses. These experiences have provided him with an understanding of what is needed to attract high-quality jobs for the future. He is working with all levels of government and the private sector to achieve this goal.

Ashram correspondent,
Ottawa, Canada.