BELANGRIJK – IMPORTANT
Do you need a new passport in the coming months and do you wish to have your biometric data taken in during a visit from the Flying Kit in Toronto on 7 and 8 November 2018? This link will explain you how to proceed.
Hebt u in de volgende maanden een nieuw paspoort nodig en wenst u uw biometrische gegevens te laten opnemen tijdens het bezoek van de Flying Kit in Toronto op 7 en 8 november 2018? U vindt de procedure in deze link.
Vous avez besoin d’un nouveau passeport dans les mois à venir ? Il vous est possible de faire enregistrer vos données biométriques lors de la visite du « flying kit » à Toronto les 7 et 8 novembre 2018? Toutes les informations sont disponibles dans ce lien.
for hosting our Belgians in Canada series last week, and McCain’s for the frites !!
The purpose of this Annual General Meeting is to elect the new Board of Directors. Candidates for the Board may be viewed here.
Date: June 9, 2015, 6:00-9:00 pm
Location: Aird & Berlis LLP Brookfield Place, 181 Bay Street, Suite 1800, Toronto ON, M5J 2T9
Anyone interested in presenting themselves as a candidate for election to the Board of Directors must send notification to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than May 31, 2015.
Additional documents for the AGM:
BCBC AGM 2014 – Minutes
BCBA By-Laws 1997
Buy tickets here: (tickets include wine & appetizers) AGM 2015 :
Statistics Canada’s latest data shows that Canadian exports to Belgium, which amounted to $198 million in December and went down to $163 million in January, were down again to $96 million in February. Canadian imports from Belgium on the other hand, which came to $114 million in December and were down slightly in January to $110 million, went back up to $133 million in February. So as we can see from these figures, our bilateral trade fluctuates and it will be interesting to see how it will evolve in the coming months.
Overall, Canada’s imports declined 0.7% in February while exports were up 0.4%, compared to January, reducing the Canadian merchandise trade deficit with the world from $1.5 billion in January to $984 million in February. Continue reading
On March 4, the consulates of the three Bs – Belgium, Britain and Bulgaria invited Gerard Buckley to talk about accessing angel investing in Canada. We’d like to thank Ken Mark (email@example.com), Freelance Writer, for the following report; and Luca Viorel – YourAdOnline our professional photography services.
The basic definition of angel investing is using personal funds to purchase equity or debt in early- or growth-stage companies. It is the first infusion of professional money, i.e. post-“love” or family money in such enterprises.
By Christian Sivière, Import Export Logistics Solutions TM, Montréal
Statistics Canada’s latest data shows that Canadian exports to Belgium, which amounted to $354 million in November and were down substantially in December to $196 million, went down again to $163 million in January. Canadian imports from Belgium on the other hand, which came to $111 million in November and were up slightly to $114 million in December, were slightly down to $110 million in January. So as these figures demonstrate, our bilateral trade is fluctuating and it will be interesting to see its evolution in the months ahead. Continue reading
“We value your feedback and suggestions to make a better BCBC on an ongoing basis, and we look forward to having you attend our upcoming events, especially in our “Belgians in Canada” series, and other initiatives such as company visits.” Dominiek Arnout, President, BCBC, VP Inkjet | GS/Inkjet, Agfa Graphics; at the BCBC Executive Networking Luncheon with H.E. Raoul Delcorde, Belgian Ambassador to Canada, and Belgian executives in Canada. Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that H.E. Raoul Delcorde, Ambassador of Belgium to Canada, is the new Honourary Chairman of the Belgian Canadian Business Chamber! We had a wonderful Welcome Cocktail for His Excellency here in Toronto.
The latest data from Statistics Canada reveals that Canadian exports to Belgium, which amounted to $295 million in August and were down substantially to $131 million in September, were back up to $176 million in October. Canadian imports from Belgium on the other hand, which amounted to $210 million in August and had gone down to $147 million in September, grew back up to $158 million in October. As this data shows, our bilateral trade fluctuates and it will be interesting to see how it will evolve in the months ahead. Continue reading