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1820-130 Albert Street
Ottawa, ON K1P 5G4
Canada
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NEWS ON ARCHIVES

 
PRESENTATION OF CREDENTIALS: 23 September, 2010 - Lesotho's new High Commissioner to Canada H.E. Dr. 'Mathabo Tsepa presented her Letters of Credence to Canada's Governor General, Her Excellency the Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean.
44th INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS: 14 October 2010; Lesotho’s 44th Independence Day was celebrated in Ottawa in a reception attended by Government Officials, diplomats, Basotho and Lesotho’s many Canadian friends.
2010 INTERNATIONAL TOURISM AND TRAVEL SHOW: 22 – 24 October 2010; The Lesotho High Commission showcased Lesotho’s unique tourism product in Montreal, Canada to over 35,000 tourists and travel professionals.

VISIT OF HIS MAJESTY KING LETSIE I I I TO CANADA, Ottawa, CANADA, 01 December, 2009: His Majesty King Letsie III was in Canada’s capital of Ottawa on a 5 day visit

OFFICIAL VISIT OF THE RT. HON. THE PRIME MINISTER TO CUBA – Havana, CUBA, 03 October 2009. On the 03 October 2009, The Right Honourable the Prime Minister, Mr. Pakalitha Mosisili concluded his 2 day Official Visit to Cuba

The three completing students just outside of the International School of Physical Education and Sports in July 2007
LESOTHO GOVERNMENT LIFTS SUSPENSION ON INTER-COUNTRY ADOPTIONS - MASERU 02 February, 2009: The Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho has lifted the 2008 suspension on inter-country adoptions allowing for adoption processes to resume between four countries….More
VISIT OF HIS MAJESTY KING LETSIE III TO CANADA – Ottawa, CANADA, 01 December, 2009: His Majesty King Letsie III was in Canada’s capital of Ottawa on a 5 day visit as HelpLesotho’s guest of honour in the celebration of their 5th year anniversary…More
OFFICIAL VISIT OF THE RT. HON. THE PRIME MINISTER TO CUBA – Havana, CUBA, 03 October 2009. On the 03 October 2009, The Right Honourable the Prime Minister, Mr. Pakalitha Mosisili concluded his 2 day Official Visit to Cuba where he was the guest of President Raul Castro Ruz at the celebration marking the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Lesotho and Cuba…More
THE RT. HON. THE PRIME MINISTER VISITS HIS ALMA MATER – Vancouver, CANADA, 01 OCTOBER, 2009: The Right Honourable the Prime Minister, Mr. Pakalitha Mosisili was on a 3 day visit to Vancouver, Canada where he was invited by his alma mater Simon Fraser University (SFU) to be the keynote speaker at a forum on HIV/AIDS in Africa with particular focus on small states such as Lesotho…More
LESOTHO GOVERNMENT SUSPENDS DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN ADOPTIONS - The Lesotho government has suspended both domestic and foreign adoptions due to various reports of human trafficking as well as abuse around the world. This is in an effort to ensure that Basotho children who have been adopted in foreign countries are not abused..More
LESOTHO 2008/09 BUDGET SPEECH - 13 FEBRUARY, 2008
The Minister of Finance and Development Planning, Honourable Timothy Thahane delivered the 2008/09 Budget speech in a joint seating of the two houses of Parliament with the theme "THE RACE FOR JOBS, BETTER LIFE, HIGH AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH MUST BE WON" ...More
SADC DAY CELEBRATION, OTTAWA – 17 AUGUST, 2007- On 17 August, 2007, under the Chairmanship of Lesotho, the Diplomatic Missions of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) resident in Ottawa hosted the SADC Day reception at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Ottawa... [Read more ]
INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION, OTTAWA – 04 OCTOBER 2007 - The Lesotho High Commission celebrated Independence Day with a festive reception held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Ottawa. The event was the first National Day Reception for Lesotho since the reopening the resident Mission in April 2006.... [Read more ]
DEMOCRACY ALIVE AND WELL IN LESOTHO – 14 MARCH, 2007
On the 17th February, people in Lesotho joined long queues to once again exercise their constitutional right to elect the government of their choice….
LESOTHO SIGNS LANDMARK MCC COMPACT – 15 AUGUST, 2007
On the 4th of October 2007, Lesotho will be celebrating 41 years of independence with a lot to celebrate amidst its many challenges
Lesotho Signs Landmark MCC Compact – 15 AUGUST, 2007
On the 4th of October 2007, Lesotho will be celebrating 41 years of independence with a lot to celebrate amidst its many challenges…More


 

 
 
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