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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- Job Opportunity in Ottawa - The Embassy of Belgium in Ottawa is recruitinga Trilingual Executive Assistant to the Ambassador The offer: A varied job with responsibility and visibility in a pleasant international environment; Contract of indefinite duration, starting on April 15th 2019; Competitive and secure salary … Continue reading
- Job opportunity in Belgium - The Embassy of Canada to Belgium and Luxembourg is hiring an Investment Officer. This is an excellent opportunity to build, maintain and develop a strong pipeline and network of new investment leads into Canada from the Benelux region. Deadline to apply is … Continue reading
- Understanding European Privacy Laws: Impacts on Canadian Business - By Ken Mark, Freelance writer. On November 16 at the KPMG offices at 333 Bay Street the Belgian Canadian Business Chamber hosted seminar on the recently announced European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In his opening remarks, Christian Frayssignes, … Continue reading
- Olivier de Spiegeleir at the Alliance Française - Our partners from the Alliance Française are organizing a concert with a Famous Belgian pianist. The 6th person who presents themselves coming from the BCBC will win a free ticket! CLAUDE DEBUSSY: SCANDAL AND MYSTERY OF FREEDOM OF SPEECH For … 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