The Belgian Canadian Business Chamber (BCBC) is based in Toronto and works to foster contacts and relationships for our members who share an interest in developing business and trade opportunities between Canada and Belgium.
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- Antwerp-Canada Connecting Worlds, Moving to Solid Partnerships - From Sunday, October 22nd to Friday, October 27th the city of Antwerp will be on a mission to Cananda. On the programme is Toronto (22-24 October) and Montreal (25-27 October). The delegation consists of over 70 people from the private … Continue reading
- Join Brussels Airlines on October 7th to kick off Bike For Africa! - You are invited to join Brussels Airlines in celebrating the Kick Off to the very first North America Edition of Bike For Africa, a charity road bike tour from Niagara Falls to New York City. October 7th, 2017, 4pm – 5:30pm, 5775 … Continue reading
- WORKSHOPS FOR EU BUSINESS - As part of the CETA Market Access Program for EU Business, two Workshops will be organized, with the aim of providing strategic insights for EU business on the opportunities and challenges of the Canadian market and enabling and expanding a … Continue reading
- SME Europe of the EPP cordially invites you to the Working Breakfast on - CETA – A Chance for SMEs? February 7th, 2017, 08:00 to 09:45 Salon des Membres, European Parliament Rue Wiertz 60, 1047 Brussels, Belgium
- Badke - It’s rowdy, cheerful and explosively danced — which, as the dancers drive themselves onwards, acquires its own political edge.– THE INDEPENDENT In Badke, reversing dabke, it’s all about survival and the infectious joy of dancing.– THEATERKRANT Badke is a co-production … Continue reading
- Canada’s November 2015 international trade, with focus on Belgium - Statistics Canada’s latest data shows that Canadian exports to Belgium, which amounted to $233 million in September and went down to $158 million in October, were down again in November to $139 million. Canadian imports from Belgium on the other … Continue reading