Past Events - 2018-10

CCCJ Speaker Series: Energy, Mining and Electric Transport: 3 winning partnership opportunities between Québec and Japan

  • September 19 (Tue) Registration Closed
  • 03:00 ~ 05:00
  • Members ¥5000, Non-members ¥7000

The CCCJ is proud to have Mr. Pierre Arcand, Quebec Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, as our speaker for our fall session. 

Pierre Arcand began his career in the 1970s. He worked primarily in radio as a journalist, news director, vice-president, general manager and co-owner of the station. In the early 2000s, he was appointed president of Corus-Québec, which then owned 14 radio stations throughout Québec. He also served on the boards of directors of Tel-Aide and the Fondation pour enfants diabétiques.

CCCJ University Alumni Mixer

  • September 14 (Thu) Registration Closed
  • 10:00 ~ 12:00
  • 3000 JPY

It's Back to School season again! Join us for a casual gathering alumni from Canadian universities! The goal of this event is to promote more chances for members and friends of the CCCJ to meet with alumni from the various active Canadian university alumni associations in Japan. It's definitely a great opportunitiy to catchup with old friends, and meet new ones! 

CCCJ Hackathon - The official kickoff

  • August 29 (Tue) Registration Closed
  • 09:00 ~ 11:30
  • 2000

Come to the official kickoff of our monthly Hackathon!

Why is it called a “Hackathon”?

Well, we just borrowed a bit of inspiration from the computer programmer events of the same name where people with a common interest (company, club, project) get together for a few days, roll up their sleeves, and see what they can accomplish in a very short time. They are also a great chance for people who don’t meet day to day to network, share their thoughts, and have some fun together.

CCCJ Joint Chamber Sake Night 合同商工会議所日本酒ナイト

  • May 17, 2017 Registration Closed
  • 18:30-21:30
  • Tokyo American Club
  • Members: JPY 8,500; Non-Members: JPY 9,500

Japanese sake or, nihonshu, is globally recognized as an essential part of Japanese cuisine, but few know what a wide variety of flavors and styles there are. Several larger brands enjoy international success while many smaller brewers, with equal passion and skill, are eager to introduce their product to a broader audience. The Kikizakekai Tasting Evening is the ideal opportunity to discover some of the smaller craft breweries and their products, jizake, as well as enjoy some the most recognizable brands.

The16th Annual CCCJ Golf Scramble

  • May 12, 2017 Registration Closed
  • 6:30 pick-up at the Canadian Embassy and 9:30 tee time
  • Tsutsujigaoka Country Club
  • Members 22,000, Non-members 23,500

The 2017 CCCJ Golf Scramble
Celebrating Canada’s 150th Birthday!!!

Team Golf!: In keeping with other Canadian sports, this will be a team event with all teams vying for the honour of the CCCJ Rose-Golden Toque! (Absolutely no slashing, but high sticking is allowed.

Cool Prizes: We are arranging some great prizes to pressure you to take your game to the next level! Of course, the legendary CCCJ Trophy, along with the Rose-Golden Toque will be awarded to the best team, or least the winners!

2017 JET Programme Career Fair

  • February 21 (Tue) Registration Closed
  • 05:00 ~ 08:30
  • Free

The Council of Local Authorities of International Relations (CLAIR) would like to invite CCCJ members to the JET Programme Career Fair in February 2017. For members interested in participating, please contact CCCJ office at info [at] or CLAIR administrative office at jet-careerfair [at]

Event Details

2017 CCCJ Shinnenkai

  • January 25 (Wed) Registration Closed
  • 09:30 ~ 12:30
  • Tokyo American Club - Manhattan 3
  • Members: 8,500; Non-members: 10,000

Join the CCCJ as we welcome Ian Burney, Canada's new Ambassador to Japan and ring in the New Year on January 25. Tickets are limited for this exclusive event!