Tue. Aug 3rd, 2021

Canadian High Commissioner Wendy Gilmour trains local children in skating on a frozen pool in Hunza

GILGIT – Staff reporter: Canadian High Commissioner Wendy Gilmour said that Gilgit-Baltistan had super capacity in iciness tourism, particularly iciness sports activities, because the location had the most lovely peaks in the world.

               She said Canada become thrilled to companion with GB winter sports organisations and local communities to promote winter sports activities.

               The Canadian high commissioner along side Michael Cochrane, the Canadian police liaison coaching ice hockey, and Jenilee Ward, the First Secretary, teaching ice curling, arrived here on Sunday on a 3-day visit.

               “A shared passion for winter sports is but any other element that brings Pakistan and Canada together, allows us develop a better mutual know-how of one another and develop closer person-to-person ties,” she said.

               She promised to convince Canadian people to go to Pakistan.

               The Canadian high commissioner and other officers participated in the ice hockey, ice skating and ice-curling competitions at frozen Altit pool in Hunza. The overseas delegates also educated nearby young people a way to play ice curling and ice hockey.

               On the event, a traditional musical show was arranged. A cultural cap and coat were presented to the Canadian High commissioner and guests.

      GILGIT: Canadian High Commissioner Wendy Gilmour said that Gilgit-Baltistan had super capacity in iciness tourism, particularly iciness sports activities, because the location had the most lovely peaks in the world.

               She said Canada become thrilled to companion with GB winter sports organisations and local communities to promote winter sports activities.

               The Canadian high commissioner along side Michael Cochrane, the Canadian police liaison coaching ice hockey, and Jenilee Ward, the First Secretary, teaching ice curling, arrived here on Sunday on a 3-day visit.

               “A shared passion for winter sports is but any other element that brings Pakistan and Canada together, allows us develop a better mutual know-how of one another and develop closer person-to-person ties,” she said.

               She promised to convince Canadian people to go to Pakistan.

               The Canadian high commissioner and other officers participated in the ice hockey, ice skating and ice-curling competitions at frozen Altit pool in Hunza. The overseas delegates also educated nearby young people a way to play ice curling and ice hockey.               

On the event, a traditional musical show was arranged. A cultural cap and coat were presented to the Canadian High commissioner and guests.