Archive for February, 2016

The New Trudeau’s New Canada

The New Trudeau’s New Canada

| February 17, 2016

Canada PM to attend G-20 in Turkey in first visit abroad Canada’s newly elected prime minister, Justin Trudeau, who just recently formed the Cabinet is set to join the G-20 summit in Turkey in his first visit abroad. Trudeau has a busy agenda ahead with four global conferences to attend, including the G-20 summit in […]

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Is Canada really back?

Is Canada really back?

| February 9, 2016

This issue Business Network focuses on Canada’s new government. The Conservatives under Harper were becoming notorious. Since winning the majority government in the 2011 election, Canada’s government increasingly began to change its stance on many issues. On many issues, the Canadian public and the Canadian government were on opposite ends. Harper and the Conservatives were […]

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Second Road Map: “Graduation and Beyond”

Second Road Map: “Graduation and Beyond”

| February 9, 2016

The event aimed strengthen the social, educational and business ties between young graduates, leading professionals, and experts to create meaningful networks. Turkish Canadian Chamber  of Commerce  in partnership with ABC Association held its second Road Map: “Graduation and Beyond”, a program, meant to bring together young professionals and industry leaders for a special opportunity to […]

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TCCC connects Turkey and Canada

TCCC connects Turkey and Canada

| February 9, 2016

            The Turkish Canadian Chamber Of Commerce ( TCCC ) is organizing a group trip to Turkey to help Canadian businessmen and bureaucrats discuss joint investment opportunities and to facilitate the exchange of ideas and information between the two countries.  The 8 day trip, which will take place in June […]

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TCCC Businesswomen Platform

TCCC Businesswomen Platform

| February 9, 2016

  The TCCC Businesswomen Platform is celebrating its first year and promises to be even more active this year. The celebration to commemorate the first year of the TCCC Businesswomen Platform took place at the TCCC offices in downtown Toronto. The program included discussants on issues that are important to women in the business world and served as […]

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Philippine -Turkish Business Reception

Philippine -Turkish Business Reception

| February 9, 2016

Brainstorming was the focus in the 2nd Philippine Chamber of Commerce. Joint business and networking reception of the Turkish and Philippine Chambers of Commerce was held at the Turkish Chamber’s office in Toronto. Steve Pagao, President of the Philippine Chamber and the leaders of the Philippine business community took part in the event. The next […]

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Social policy challenges of Asia’s aging populations

Social policy challenges of Asia’s aging populations

| February 9, 2016

John West / Executive Director, Asian Century Institute Each Asian country will need to develop their own social security systems for their senior citizens in their own historical, political and social contexts. All Asian governments are now faced with the responsibility of providing at least some social security, in the form of pensions and health […]

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“Noah’s Pudding”, Symbol of Multi-Culturalism

“Noah’s Pudding”, Symbol of Multi-Culturalism

| February 9, 2016

In Hamilton Turkish Community celebrated Noah’s Pudding at the Police Division. Celebrating Diversity & Neighborliness in our community. One of Turkey’s famous deserts, Asure or Noah’s Pudding, is a symbol of multi-culturalism. Turkish NGOs are organizing ‘Noah’s Pudding Days’ with representatives of other religions and cultures and consequently introducing Noah’s Pudding to Canadians and giving […]

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Canadian PM welcomes 1st batch of Syria refugees

Canadian PM welcomes 1st batch of Syria refugees

| February 9, 2016

Syrian refugees are greeted by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau(L) on their arrival from Beirut at Toronto Pearson International Airport After months of promises and weeks of preparation, the first Canadian government planeload of Syrian refugees landed in Toronto, aboard a military aircraft met by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The plane carrying 163 Syrian refugees touched […]

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Canadian Company Buying Anthony Forest Products for $93.5M

Canadian Company Buying Anthony Forest Products for $93.5M

| February 9, 2016

Anthony Forest Products ranked No. 67 on Arkansas Business’ most recent list of the state’s largest private companies. By Gwen Moritz Anthony Forest Products Co. of El Dorado, one of the largest private companies in Arkansas, is being sold to publicly traded Canfor Corp. of Vancouver for $93.5 million.The transaction is expected to close in […]

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