Energized British Teacher Research Movement Coming to Canada

For Immediate Release 4 August 2017 Energized British Teacher Research Movement Coming to Canada Toronto –  Since September 2013 a British grassroots teacher organization has attracted droves of teachers to conferences in the U.K., Australia, Scandinavia, and the European Union. Next stop on this truly unique “British education revolution” is Canada. Founder of the U.K. […]

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Trade mission to Canada finds strong links with the UK and Birmingham

“You only have to be in Canada for a few hours to appreciate how many links there are with the UK.” On 3 August, Norm Morris Past President of the BCCTC and Idalia Obregon, ED, met with Paul Faulkner, Chief Executive of Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce to discuss future opportunities for both Chambers. Being […]

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Brilliant British Patio Bash 2017!

Our Brilliant British Patio Bash was a little bit different in theme this year, but it again was such a fantastic event with such a class group of people. On July 18th, presented by G4S, we hosted our 5th Brilliant British Patio Bash at the MuvBox patio in Brookfield Place; on this occasion our special […]

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Rugby in Canada!

Congrats to Rugby Canada for an amazing game on Saturday June 24 – click here to see more pictures. Click here for a report: DTH van der Merwe is Canada’s all-time test try-scoring leader. – Submitted by Matt Tidcombe  “The 31-year-old grabbed his 25th test try during Saturday’s 2019 Rugby World Cup qualifier against the USA […]

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BCCTC Annual Open Golf Tournament ~ A Commonwealth Affair ~

June 21, 2017 at Clublink’s Station Creek, Gormley, Ontario Thanks to all who joined us this year, this time we had a Commonwealth affair golf tourney! In partnership with St. George’s Society of Toronto, The Honourable Company of the Freemen of the City of London in North America and the Royal Commonwealth Society, avid golfers […]

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UK Election: What it means for the UK, Europe and Canada?

At the BCCTC event held at the downtown Toronto offices of Gowling WLG, the morning after the June 8 British parliamentary elections, HM Consul General in Toronto, Kevin McGurgan reported that the ruling Conservatives Party won only 318 seats and lost its majority in the House of Commons. He also shared other information with the 70 […]

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Pub Night with CERBA and the Swedish Canadian Chamber of Commerce

On April 25 we had another pub night with our friends from CERBA – Canada Eurasia Russia Business Association, on this occasion with the Swedish Canadian Chamber of Commerce as the 3rd partner. At a very crowded PJ O’Brien’s pub, our guests enjoyed another quite difficult quiz, the winners are the team of Tim Maloney, […]

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North American Indigenous Games – looking for volunteers

The North American Indigenous Games provides Indigenous youth, aged 13-19, an opportunity to showcase their heritage through 14 sports and cultural events. VOLUNTEER This event cannot run smoothly without the hard work and dedication of thousands of helping hands! The North American Indigenous Games are looking for over 2000 volunteers, including sport specialists, protocol, medal […]

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The UK, Article 50 and EU negotiations

  Message from Kevin McGurgan OBE | British Consul-General Toronto and Director General Department for International Trade in Canada ” Many of you will have received a lot of information today about the UK’s formal notice to the President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, the UK’s intention to leave the European Union. My intention is to […]

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Our First Commonwealth Reception

The British Canadian Chamber of Trade & Commerce in association with The Royal Commonwealth Society of Toronto hosted the first British Commonwealth Day celebration in Toronto at the Marché Restaurant in downtown Toronto on March 21. Tom O’Carroll BCCTC’s Vice President Central opened the evening with words of greeting to an enthusiastic audience that included […]

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