Maple Hispano is a site dedicated to helping
people who live in Canada and speak Spanish, to improve our
lives in this country by a sense of unity and collaboration.
Here at Maplehispano, Hispanics and Latinos are all those who
speak Spanish without looking at where you were born.
Often we will be exchanging the terms Hispanic and Latino even when we know they are not exactly the same, this is just a way to liven up our language without the need for complicated definitions whose discussion is not the purpose of this site. Visitors will not have to consult an encyclopedia to find out if this site is useful or not for them.
Is to build a comprehensive and detailed directory for business, organizations, events and classifieds for our latin world across Canada; always trying to use our language, Spanish.
To play a leading role in this large system that have already born, always realizing that we will leave a positive mark on all aspects of Canadian life and a beautiful legacy to future generations.
We promise quality through a website that is simple and easy to use, consistent, useful and full of serious content. We work to provide our visitor with an optimized and technologically updated website. We built our website so it can be ported to the various types of modern devices like computers, tablets and phones.
We promise quality through listening with receptivity to our visitors and making their ideas and criticism our guide for continuous improvement and long-term projections.
Canada is a big tree where us landed Hispanics have joined to start or to continue our lives under its shadow. Under its branches we further our lifes and growth, facing a mixture of challenging and enjoyable times in our way towards the future.
On the one hand we have come to Canada to enjoy its shadow as a great nation, but for a long time now we have also contributed to its foliage and provided shade to those who are just joining, even to many that aren't latinos. As families, businesses or simply as isolated hispanic individuals we are already leaves of this maple tree. With the emergence of organizations, events and economic entities Hispanics are not only leaves or small outbreaks, we are thick branches that give life to this plant. We provide a significant influence on the culture and customs of all inhabitants of Canada, its economy and politics.
Despite being under its shadow and been already an active part of Canadian life, we still need additional unity and cooperation to ensure that the fruits of our Hispanic and Latino virtues positively evolve and multiply.