Time flies when you have fun!! It is now 37 years ago I left Sweden and arrived in Toronto in 1976. This is the second time that I am getting involved in the Chamber, and I do so with a great sense of excitement. So many things have happened and the time for an aggressive,… Read More »New Chairman’s Introduction & Message
Atlas Copco celebrates 140 years of industry innovation Canada, February 21, 2013: Atlas Copco, recognized as one of the world’s most innovative and sustainable companies, today celebrates 140 years of industrial excellence with a range of activities in the more than 90 countries where it has its own operations. Atlas Copco, which today celebrates… Read More »Press Release from Atlas Copco Canada Inc.
Dear Supporters and Friends, The SCCC is off to an exciting and productive start for 2013! January 14, 2013: a luncheon discussion, together with a Swedish Parliament delegation, Swedish Institute, Embassy of Sweden, Honorary Council of Toronto, Business Sweden and representatives from the Swedish Canadian business community. January 14, 2013; The opening… Read More »SCCC – We are off to a great start in 2013
Swedish House Mafia, in Toronto February 22 and 23 Swedish House Mafia is a Swedish electronic dance music trio consisting of three house disc jockeys and producers, Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso. The group officially formed in late 2008. Click here for more information Swedish cream bun, semla all through February! Semla in… Read More »Events with a Swedish connection — featuring music and food
Business Sweden was founded on 1 January, 2013, through the merger of the Swedish Trade Council and Invest Sweden. Business Sweden works in the interest of Sweden by facilitating the international growth of Sweden companies, thereby making Sweden more attractive to do business with. Business Sweden also works to make it easier for foreign companies to… Read More »News from Business Sweden – The Swedish Trade & Invest Council
Canadian and International Merchandise trade, November 2012 Data just released by Statistics Canada reveals Canada’s merchandise imports rose 2.7% in November, while exports decreased 0.9%. As a result, Canada’s trade deficit with the world widened substantially from $552 million in October to $2 billion in November. Imports rose to $39.5 billion, as volumes increased 2.2%.… Read More »Canadian and International Merchandise trade, November 2012
Building Sustainability Sweden 2012: register today! Kistamässan, Stockholm 18-19 October 2012 Plenary meetings – discussions – workshops – networking – site visits – exhibitions – Green Building Awards An international conference presenting and benchmarking the leading global examples of sustainable building. Come to Stockholm to meet the future of green buildings Register online today! www.buildingsustainabilitysweden.se Main… Read More »Invitation from Sweden Green Building Council
Parker Prins Lebano Chartered Accountants Professional Corporation Since its founding in 1996, ParkerPrins Lebano has provided a full range of accounting, assurance, tax, and business consultancy services to individuals, partnerships, corporations, and not-for-profit enterprises. We focus on friendly and attentive service, drawing on the skills and experience of our team of professionals and their understanding… Read More »Welcoming New Member: Giles Osborne, CA
This year, we are celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Jews in Budapest at the end of World War II. Raoul Wallenberg was born on August 4, 1912. After studies in architecture and languages at the University of Michigan, Wallenberg returned to Sweden in… Read More »Raoul Wallenberg, One Man can make a difference
Canada’s April 2012 international merchandise trade. Canada posted a trade deficit of $367 million in April, down from the $152 million surplus recorded in March. This follows five consecutive monthly surpluses. Canadian merchandise exports declined by 1.2% in April, while imports increased slightly by 0.1%. Exports fell to $39.1 billion. The main contributors to the… Read More »Statistics Canada: Canadian exports to Sweden, down in April.