Join us for a Royal Afternoon Tea on April 27th in the Windsor Arms Hotel. Did you know that multiple European royals have their birthdays in the month of April?
In order to celebrate those birthdays the Belgian, British and Dutch chamber come together for an elegant afternoon of indulgence of tea. There will be a variety of teas, both savoury and sweet bites as well as a glass of sparkling wine. Click here for the Windsor Arms’ Afternoon tea menu
So let’s celebrate the birthdays of King Philippe (Filip), Queen Elizabeth, and King Willem Alexander at the Windsor Arms Hotel.
Registration for this event is $60. Everyone is welcome to register ~ click here.
Date / time: April 27th, 2018, 3:30 – 5:30 pm
Location: Windsor Arms Hotel, 18 St. Thomas Street Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 3E7
Toronto Branches of the
Monarchist League of Canada and the
Royal Commonwealth Society
invite you to
THE QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON
Marking Her Majesty’s Birthday in Canada at the
Royal Canadian Military Institute
Guest Speaker and Topic
Noel S. McFerran
Theology and Rare Books Librarian
John M. Kelly Library, University of St. Michael’s College
The Hanovers and Windsors Re-Discover the Stuarts:
Treasures from the Royal Collection
Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, the Royal Collection has been
augmented with numerous relics of the later Stuarts. These have included
paintings, engravings, manuscripts, printed books, silverware and jewels.
This presentation will highlight some of the more important and interesting
items in the Royal Collection and consider how they were acquired.
Noel’s research activities revolve chiefly around Jacobitism, a political
movement to restore the Stuarts and their heirs to the thrones of England
and Scotland. His personal website, <http://www.jacobite.ca/> The Jacobite
Heritage, is widely recognised as among the most important online resources
for the topic. He has given talks on specific aspects of Jacobitism and the
Stuart family in Toronto, Ottawa, London (Ontario), and Modena (Italy).
Date: Saturday, May 12, 2018
Venue: Royal Canadian Military Institute
Main Dinning Room
426 University Ave,
Toronto, ON M5G 1S9
Silent Auction and Reception: 12:00 pm
Many wonderful items to bid on
Luncheon: 1:00 pm
Hot Canadian buffet
John Shehan on keyboard
Jazz, classical, Broadway & blues.
Members & Guests: $65.00
Patrons: $85 (includes a glass of wine)
Purchase tickets online by clicking here
Dress: Business suit or uniform, medals and honours
In partnership with
Canadian Colombian Professional Association CCPA
ExATec’s ITESM Tec de Monterrey alumni (Mexico)
Peruvian Canadian Chamber of Commerce PCCC
the Federation of Portuguese-Canadian Business & Professionals FPCBP
& the toronto hispanic chamber of commerce thcc
Join us for an evening of business networking in a comfortable setting – the most British way possible – a pub.
Networking Tickets (include networking and 1 drink of your choice):
Members $20, Non-Memb $30
Dinner tickets (include dinner, networking and 1 drink of your choice):
Members $45, Non-Memb $60
You may choose your dinner from the pub’s dinner menu, and your choice of house red or white wine, beer on tap of any kind, or any mixed drink using our bar rail.
Cash bar available ~ All rates include HST ~ We will have door prizes!!!
Location: PJ O’Brien’s Pub ~ 39 Colborne St, Toronto
All guests will have the opportunity to participate in our business card raffle and win bottles of wine, beer, or special gifts donated by our partners. Note: only one entry per guest.
Dress: Morning Dress, Lounge Suit, incl. fascinator and top/bowler hat.
Attendees will be able to take part in a raffle and a 50-50 draw, and each guest will receive a souvenir gift to remind them of the event (a jar of Chivers – a British brand of jams and preserves)
Following the wedding all guests are invited to stay to watch the FA Cup Final (teams still TBD)
There is absolutely no cover charge and guests will pay only menu/bar prices!
This event is likely to garner significant interest and there are limited spaces available. Sign up now to avoid disappointment!
A reply is requested to the BCCTC’s Office (click here).
Special thanks to:
The Duke of Cornwall is the newest addition to Duke Pubs.
Chivers preserves courtesy of TFB & Associates Ltd.
ESTONIAN BUSINESS SEMINAR
SAVE THE DATE! Friday, May 25, 2018, 9:00-1:30
Ontario Investment and Trade Centre, 250 Yonge Street, 35th Floor, Toronto
Named ‘the most advanced digital society in the world’ by Wired, ingenious Estonians are pathfinders, who have built an efficient, secure and transparent ecosystem that saves time and money.
There are e-solutions for almost all fields of life:
e-Governance: e-Tax, e-Business Register, e-Health, i-Voting, e-Residency, e-School, cyberpolice,
Digital ID, digital signatures etc.
Please plan to attend an important business seminar featuring Estonia’s Prime Minister Mr.
Jüri Ratas, The Deputy Secretary General of Ministry of Economic Affairs and
Communications Mr. Siim Sikkut, and leading Estonian companies. The main theme of the
seminar is ‘e-Estonia’, and the session will highlight how the country has come to be widely
considered as the most digitally advanced society in the world.
Explore strategic partnerships with some of the twenty Estonian companies who are leaders in the
areas of ICT and Electronics (some of which played critical roles in the digitization of the country),
Business Services, Construction, Manufacturing, Food Products, Tourism and Beauty.
Following the seminar and lunch there will be opportunities for business-to- business meetings. Profiles of the Estonian companies will be sent to whomever registers their interest in attending.
Reserve the morning of May 25th in your calendar, and register your interest in attending by e-mailing the contacts below. A detailed agenda will be sent to you in the following week.
Contacts – To Register Interest
In Estonia: Ms. Liisi Kirschenberg, Export Services Coordinator, Estonian Chamber of Commerce and
In Canada (local facilitator): Ms. Margaret Vokes, Global Reach Enterprises Inc.:
We are thrilled to announce that 2018 BABC Transatlantic Conference will be held in Birmingham/UK on 6th – 8th June 2018, and will be organised by our colleagues from BABC Midlands.
After last year’s milestone conference in Chicago, the Conference returns to Birmingham, a place of business tradition, innovation and great people. Titled “The Future of Transatlantic Trade”, the three-day event promises an interesting debate as well as a platform for making connections in our growing transatlantic community.
Details to be announced shortly.
the British Canadian Chamber of Trade and Commerce &
the Swiss Canadian Chamber of Commerce
Carrying Place Golf & Country Club
Wednesday, June 13th, 2018
– Delicious Lunch
– Cocktail Reception
– Dinner and Wine
– Silent Auction and Prizes
– Numerous On- and Off-course Activities
– Great Networking Opportunities
Stay tuned for more details!
Canadian Mission to Hong Kong for the 3rd Belt and Road Summit
June 27 – 29, 2018
The British Canadian Chamber of Trade And Commerce (BCCTC), in partnership with the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO), Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA), Invest Hong Kong (IHK), Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) and other like-minded Canadian multipliers, would like to invite Canadian companies to leverage the subject mission to tap the growing Belt and Road Initiative opportunities.
The Belt and Road Initiative is a visionary blueprint that seeks to enhance global economic development, and reinvigorate the seamless flow of capital, goods and services by promoting international connectivity and forging new ties among communities. It offers unprecedented business opportunities in such sectors as infrastructure, transportation, logistics, financing and investment in the beginning. It will also unfold a myriad of opportunities for companies to promote products and services across international boundaries. These opportunities are also for Canadian companies to tap. This Mission is designed to assist delegates to become well-informed of the Initiative, to meet relevant project owners, investors and partners, and to position their companies strategically to tap the opportunities.
This mission is suitable for participation by those who are involved in land transportation, banking and financial services, logistics and maritime services, professional services, infrastructure development, international trade and manufacturing. The mission programme will include participation in the 3rd Belt and Road Summit http://www.beltandroadsummit.hk/en/index.html and additional optional value-added programmes.
For more details of the mission, interested parties please contact Andrew Yui, Director, Canada, Hong Kong Trade Development Council, at email: email@example.com or Tel: 416-366-3594. For information on the Belt and Road Initiative, please visit the HKTDC Belt and Road portal: http://beltandroad.hktdc.com/en/.