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July 18, 2017 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
MuvBox Patio, Brookfield Place, Toronto.
- Live Music
- Invictus Games Activation Team!
- Business card raffle + win great British gifts!
- Tickets include Brill BBQ Buffet, 1 Brit drink, and HST
The Muvbox Patio is set in the Garden Court of Brookfield Place which is located off Front Street between the TD Canada Trust Tower and 22 Front Street and easily accessible from Union Station.
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Dear SCCC member!
You are invited to come and learn about a proven method in leadership development. In this workshop, Mr. Lauri Asikainen, President of the Canada-Finland Chamber of Commerce, will introduce you to a professional tool that some leading organizations use to help their managers at all levels to reach their potential, both in their professional and personal life.
Anybody who is interested in learning about professional and personal development will find this workshop fascinating. Register today as there is limited number of spaces available.
Reserve your spot or find out more at:
Date: Thursday, March 23, 2017
Time: 4-6 p.m.
Place: The Office of Miller Thomson, 40 King St. West, Suite 5800, Toronto
Fee: $25 for members, $35 for non-members
RSVP deadline: Tuesday, March 21
CBBN The Bulgarian Chamber in collaboration with SCCC cordially invites you to an exclusive leadership workshop.
FIND THE LEADER IN YOURSELF
Being a leader is not just about managing people at the office. Find out how
you can become a leader and excel in your personal and professional life
FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR MEMBERS AND GUESTS ATTENDING THIS EVENT,
CBBN WAS ABLE TO ENGAGE A VERY PROMINENT GUEST SPEAKER:
A world-recognized keynote speaker on leadership, providing framework
that helps individuals and teams improve their performance.
May 26, 2016, 6:00 – 8:30pm
(Registration at 5:30pm; Event starts at 6:00pm sharp!)
4141 Yonge Street, Catherine Swift Conference Centre, 1st Floor
$20 for guests
$15 for members of the Swedish-Canadian Chamber of Commerce and other chambers
Free Admission for members of the Bulgarian Chamber
(become a CBBN member and attend for free! Sign up online)
Pay at the door (cash or cheque only please)
Light Food & Cash Wine Bar
Join us and enjoy the live broadcast from Copenhagen,
The contest is one of the most watched TV programs in Europe and dates back to 1956. With national heats and
semi finals culminating in the Grand Finale, it takes on overtones of a sporting event for the glory of the best new
song from Europe.
As in previous years, seats are available on a first come, first serve basis. Just come and have a good time with
We’ll also be giving away some exciting prizes!
We look forward to seeing you there.
(Honorary Consul General of Denmark, Toronto)
Eurovision Song Contest
1150 Queen Street West,
May 10, 2014, 3pm to 6pm
The European Union Chamber of Commerce in Toronto would like you to save the date for this year’s Europe Day Reception
Thursday, May 15, 2014
6.00 pm – 9.00 pm
Location: Courtyard Marriott in Downtown Toronto
475 Yonge Street, Toronto
Directions may be found here.
Europe Day celebrates the anniversary of the Schuman Declaration in May 1950, which called for integrated European cooperation and created the beginnings of what is now the European Union.
Special Guest of Honour:
“Färjestad BK will be the first Swedish Hockey League club ever to compete in North America. Founded in 1932 and based in the city of Karlstad, Sweden, Färjestad BK – led by team CEO Håkan Loob – is one of the most successful franchises in all of European hockey, playing in 19 league finals and winning nine Swedish league championships, including four since 2002.”
“To come and play the Marlies in Toronto will be great,” said Loob. “Toronto has been the ‘hockey town’ of the world for most Swedes since Börje Salming’s days in the early 70’s. We are very excited to represent the SHL in the All-Star Classic and then against one of the AHL’s top teams.”
Impact Oil: Canada vs. Sweden A look at the different environmental and economic responses since the 1973 Oil Crisis
The Canadian Urban Institute presents:
Impact Oil: Canada vs. Sweden
A look at the different environmental and economic responses since the 1973 Oil Crisis
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
7:30 AM – 9:30 AM
Metro Hall – Room 308/309
The OPEC oil embargo 40 years ago triggered intense debate and awareness about energy conservation and renewable energy around the world. Since then, countries have responded in dramatically different ways to the associated opportunities and challenges. This roundtable session will discuss the lessons available from how Canada and Sweden chose different paths.
Why did these two countries with similar geographies and climates have such different outcomes? Why have some policies and practices that are considered the norm in Sweden remained an exception here in Canada? How does this affect what we can expect over the next 40 years?
Moderated by CBC Radio Metro Morning Producer Mary Wiens,recently back from her own tour of Sweden, the Canadian Urban Institute invites you to attend this session with a panel featuring:
Have questions about Impact Oil: Canada vs. Sweden: Responses to the 1973 Oil Crisis? Contact Canadian Urban Institute – Institut urbain du Canada