BCBC members get members’ discounts to all events hosted by EUCCAN and EUCCAN Member Organizations:

British Golf Open!
Jun 21 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

BCCTC Golf Tournament
Clublink’s Station Creek, Gormley (Stouffville) ~ Only 15 minutes from Toronto (3 minutes east of 404 exit #37)
June 21 2017 – more info here

  • Don’t Miss This!
  • Stunning championship course
  • Gourmet Lunch & Dinner
  • Gifts
  • Hole contests and prizes
  • Skill contests and prizes
  • Grand Raffle prizes
  • Networking
  • Promotion opportunity
  • Support Charities and Volunteer Non Profits

Only $195 plus tax, per player

Golf Tournament Sponsorship Opportunities
Clublink’s Station Creek, Gormley (Stouffville) ~ Only 15 minutes from Toronto (3 minutes east of 404 exit #37)
June 21 2017

1. Small gift donations for players and guests.
2. Golf Program ads $75 half page, $200 full page.
3. Large gift donations for contests and our famous Grand Raffle. Present to the winner.
4. Hole Sponsor $300. Signage, table and personnel provided if required.
5. Hole & Contest Sponsor $400. Signage, table, personnel & presentation of prize.
6. Putting, or Chipping contests sponsor, $500 each. Signage etc. & prize presentation.
7. Golf Program Sponsor $500. 1 full page ad any location, including cover.
8. Golf Cart Sponsor $1,000
9. Light Breakfast Sponsor $500
10. Lunch Sponsor $1,000
11. Dinner Sponsor $2,500
12. BCCTC Golf Day Sponsor $5,000

We very much appreciate and acknowledge all sponsors in our Golf Program, during the day’s proceedings, and after event reporting!

In addition, sponsorships beginning at $1000, or $1,500 in value, receive a complimentary Program page ad, their logo prominently displayed in event advertisements & emails, and 1 person free Play & Dine! Contact us at


The Economist Canada Summit, in Montreal
Sep 7 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm


In an increasingly protectionist world, Canada embraces refugees, pushes for more ambitious climate change efforts, and maintains an open, liberal economy. Can the Canadian model sustain and thrive under the current state of international political affairs?

What does a Trump presidency mean for Canadian trade and the future of its clean energy sector? Could these external events be a source of opportunity for Canadian business? As a leader in artificial intelligence, will Canada capitalize on this moment to establish itself as a hub for global talent and technological innovation?

Join Daniel Franklin, executive editor of The Economist and 200 leading policymakers, business decision-makers, and critical thinkers for a day of thought-provoking discussions on the issues shaping Canada’s business climate now and in the next 150 years.

Download the programme for full event details.

Register here – BCBC members get 15% off in tickets ~ email us to get your promo code


Discussion topics:

  • How can companies expand their horizons and look beyond their operation and short-term gains towards a sustainable future?
  • What are the priorities and ambitions of the next generation of leaders catalysing positive change?
  • How can we shape sustainable health care, innovation and adaption for an ageing population?
  • What do businesses get out of immigration and diversity?
  • What will a Trump presidency mean for the energy markets in the United States and Canada and how will this affect the sustainability agenda?
  • Oxford-style debate: Silicon Valley meets Bob Marley, the right way to do drugs

Past speaker highlights:

  • Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister, Canada
  • Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance, Canada
  • Andrea Stairs, Managing director, eBay Canada
  • Andrew Leach, Associate professor, Alberta School of Business, University of Alberta
  • Cameron Fowler, Group head,  BMO Financial Group

Companies in attendance last year:

  • eBay Canada
  • Edelman
  • EY
  • KPMG
  • Ontario Energy Association
  • BlackRock Investment Institute
  • Bank of Montreal
  • Business Council of Canada
  • Canada Goose
  • Honda
  • JP Morgan Chase
  • Mastercard, Canada
  • Microsoft
  • P&G
  • Royal Bank of Canada
  • TD Bank Group
  • Yahoo Canada



Michael Sabia

President and chief executive, Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec

Ailish Campbell

Chief trade commissioner, Global Affairs Canada

Guy Cormier

President and chief executive, Desjardins Group

Hugo Larochelle

Lead, Google Brain

Hunter Tura

Chief executive, Bruce Mau

Phil Triadafilopoulos

Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto

Madelaine Drohan

Canada correspondent, The Economist

Daniel Franklin

Executive Editor, The Economist

Wade Barnes

President and chief executive, Farmers Edge

Éric Martel

President and chief executive, Hydro-Québec

François Chopard

Founder and chief executive, Starburst Accelerator

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