This video is a preview of the upcoming virtual celebration of Raoul Wallenberg, on January 17 2021 in collaboration with Swedish Ambassador to Canada, Urban Ahlin and Hon. Consul General Lars Henriksson. The Canadian Parliament in 1985 awarded the first-ever Honorary Canadian citizenship to a foreigner, their choice was the late Raoul Wallenberg, who was murdered by the Soviet Secret Police, most likely in 1947” George Preger -passed Chairman of the… Read More »Raoul Wallenberg – Honorary Canadian Citizen.
This year, The Chamber is excited to offer you its first virtual Lucia Luncheon. Join us in celebrating one of the foremost cultural traditions of Sweden and a highlight of the Holiday season. Because of the pandemic, we cannot meet in person, but the silver lining is that we can extend our reach (right around the world) and share the celebration with many more. This cultural event is an opportunity… Read More »Lucia 2020: A Virtual Celebration of Light
Join us October 14, 2020 between 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. EDT for a free Webinar exploring CANADA’S ROADMAP TO RECOVERY Embassy of Sweden, Business Sweden and the Swedish-Canadian Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite you to a special webinar on Canada’s Roadmap to Recovery. The webinar will focus on the economic impact of COVID-19, Canada’s path to economic recovery and opportunities for Swedish companies looking to enter the… Read More »Team Sweden Webinar October 14
SWEA Toronto is excited to announce the launch of the Online Swedish Christmas Fair Market! Christmas shopping in July? It may seem crazy to think about holiday shopping when it is 27 degrees outside but that’s exactly what we are doing! To ensure your Christmas will not be without your favourite Swedish food and design items this year, SWEA Toronto will take your orders, ship the products from Sweden,… Read More »SWEA Toronto invites to an online Swedish Christmas Fair Market in July!
Special guests, NHL hockey family:Alex, William, and dad, Michael Nylander. Brothers William and Alex have joined together to provide meals for those in need, essential workers, and frontline heroes during the COVID-19 pandemic.“Hockey Brothers Support Health and Hope.” Team up with Team Sweden in Canada! The Swedish Embassy, the Swedish-Canadian Chamber of Commerce and Business Sweden are working together to support the Swedish-Canadian business community, in extraordinary times. Speaking in… Read More »Webinar: The power of a Team!
Swedish National Day, Saturday, June 6th The Swedish Institute hosts a 24-hour global and digital National Day celebration. About National Day Also known as Svenska Flaggans Day (Swedish Flag Day), this public holiday commemorates the election of King Gustav Vasa in 1523… Svenskar i Kanada firar Nationaldagen@Zoom June 6, 2020 start 11.45 Klicka här och se medskickad agendaThis event is mainly in Swedish. Nationaldagen@Zoom, June 6, 2020 Agenda Link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84831486750?pwd=bFJLcjhYK0xBV3Q5SjFKdldlQzh0UT09… Read More »The Swedish Institute hosts a 24-hour global and digital National Day celebration
Thanks to all those of you who participated in our webinar. We hope you enjoyed it! In case you were unable to attend the live event or would like to re-watch the webinar at your leisure, you can now view the Webinar recording and access the presentation slides by clicking on the links. To sign up for Business Sweden Global Executive Brief that is updated and distributed once a week, click here. We… Read More »Webinar recording
Meet Team Sweden Canada: Your business resource for dealing with the “new normal”. Join the SCCC, the Swedish Embassy, and Business Sweden as we share an overview of the resources and types of support available to all companies with Swedish DNA, operating in Canada. Mr. Urban Ahlin AmbassadorEmbassy of Sweden in Canada Mr. Lars Ruuth ChairmanSwedish-Canadian Chamber of Commerce Mrs. Christina Keighren Acting Trade CommissionerBusiness Sweden Toronto None of us… Read More »Webinar: The Power of Connecting (Tues, May 5, 2020)
Are your employees working remotely and/or using personal devices to access company information? Then you need to protect your business operations and your workforce safe from cybercrime. There are two key areas that you need to address: 1. Build a remote work policy that includes BYOD The policy should have clear guidelines with do’s and don’ts, covering the following items: Single user. The employee should be the only one using… Read More »Securing Work from Home