10 Most Influential Hispanic Canadians 2016
The 10 most influential Hispanic Canadians 2016 have been announced. This year’s winners are: Adrian Baranchuk (Argentina) president, International Society of Electrocardiology; Alicia Viloria-Petit (Venezuela) researcher/ professor, University of Guelph; Ana Dominguez (Colombia) president, Campbell Company of Canada; Andres Lozano (Spain), University of Toronto; Antonio Caycedo (Colombia) scientist, HSN ; Eva Martinez (Spain) vice president, Women in Aerospace Canada; Guillermo Rocha (Mexico) president, Canadian Ophthalmological Society; Fr. Hernan Astudillo (Ecuador) priest/ musician/ humanist, San Lorenzo Community Center; Joseph Bovard (El Salvador) Ontario Court of Justice; Julio Montaner (Argentina) director, BC Centre for Excellence. The 10 most influential Hispanic Canadians program is run by the Canadian Hispanic Business Alliance in cooperation with the Canadian Hispanic Congress.