Canadian Olympic hurdler Sekou Kaba, left, was the master of ceremonies at a Black History Month jazz music event, featuring singer Deborah Davis, centre, and seen by, among others, Bulgarian Ambassador Svetlana Stoycheva-Etropolski, right, on Feb. 14 at the National Gallery of Canada. Photograph courtesy of Nick Lafontaine The Tunisian Embassy hosted a tasting of Tunisian delicacies on Feb. 20 at the country’s residence. Guests included spouses of heads of mission and Parliamentarians. Pictured are Aparna Swarup, wife of the Indian high commissioner, Tunisian Ambassador Mohamed Imed Torjemane, and his wife, Ihssane Boujendar Torjemane. Mariem Ben Hamouda and Marwa Jabou Bessadok, first secretary, both with the Tunisian Embassy. Spouses of the ambassadors of Lebanon, Algeria, Tunisia, and the U.A.E.: Tanya Bou Jaoudeh, Elbia Meghar, Ms. Boujendar Torjemane, and Abeer Al Jasim. Spouses of the ambassadors of Japan, Vietnam, and India: Kaoru Ishikane, Tran Nguyen Anh Thu, and Ms. Swarup. Aliaa Adel Saadeldein Elsherif, wife of the Egyptian ambassador, and Ms. Boujendar Torjemane. Saint Kitts and Nevis High Commissioner Sherry Tross greets Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the inaugural CARICOM on the Hill event at the Sir John A. Macdonald Building on Feb. 25. Liberal MP Yasmin Ratansi, left, and Jamaican High Commissioner Janice Miller, right. Gospel choir London Trio Plus entertained attendees at CARICOM on the Hill. Bahamas High Commissioner Alvin Smith, left, and Haitian Ambassador Andre Liautaud The first CARICOM on the Hill event featured a panel discussion including Independent Senator Peter Boehm, left, African Nova Scotian Affairs Minister Tony Ince, middle, and Barbados High Commissioner Reginald Farley.