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Nebraska honors strong ties with Canada

 

Nebraska recognized the state’s friendship and close ties to Canada by observing “Canada Day at the Nebraska State Capitol.” Consul General Martin Loken, Canada’s top diplomat in the U.S. Upper Midwest, was in Lincoln for the observance, which included a resolution by the Legislature, a proclamation by Gov. Dave Heineman and an evening reception. Pictured in the Capitol are (from left) John Cavanaugh of Omaha, honorary consul for Canada; Consul General Loken; and Secretary Gale.

Nebraska recognized the state’s friendship and close ties to Canada by observing “Canada Day at the Nebraska State Capitol.” Consul General Martin Loken, Canada’s top diplomat in the U.S. Upper Midwest, was in Lincoln for the observance, which included a resolution by the Legislature, a proclamation by Gov. Dave Heineman and an evening reception. Pictured in the Capitol are (from left) John Cavanaugh of Omaha, honorary consul for Canada; Consul General Loken; and Secretary Gale.



 

Pictured at the reception at the Nebraska Club are (from left) Speaker of the Legislature Mike Flood, Consul General Martin Loken, Gov. Dave Heineman and Secretary Gale.

Pictured at the reception at the Nebraska Club are (from left) Speaker of the Legislature Mike Flood, Consul General Martin Loken, Gov. Dave Heineman and Secretary Gale.



 

Secretary Gale (left) reads from the proclamation honoring the Canada-Nebraska relationship as Consul General Martin Loken (center) and Gov. Dave Heineman look on.

Secretary Gale (left) reads from the proclamation honoring the Canada-Nebraska relationship as Consul General Martin Loken (center) and Gov. Dave Heineman look on.




 

Consul General Martin Loken addresses those attending the reception.

Consul General Martin Loken addresses those attending the reception.