Past Events - 2018-10

CCCJ Joint Chamber Bonenkai 2016

DON'T FORGET TO BRING YOUR GOVERNMENT ISSUED PHOTO IDENTIFICATION!

The 23rd annual Joint chamber Bonenkai is sold out. To facilitate your entry into the Canadian embassy, please ensure that you bring and display your government issued photo identification.

The CCCJ is pleased to announce that on December 8th, 2016 we will be hosting the 23nd annual Joint Chamber Bonenkai.

Hockey Night in Tokyo

Join us for an evening of friendship and hockey.

December 1 at the Whistler Café as the Toronto Maple Leafs play the Calgary Flames.

Come and go as you like.

Free entry. Donations will be accepted for the Tohoku Youth Fund.

 

Canadian Tax Seminar for Canadian Expats in Japan

  • November 28 (Mon) Registration Closed
  • 09:30 ~ 10:30
  • Tokyo American Club
  • Members: JPY 2,500; Non-members: JPY 2,800

Date:     Monday, November 28th, 2016 OR Tuesday November 29th, 2016 

               *Two sessions available. Please choose one session.*

Time:    Monday: 18:30 - 19:30 OR Tuesday: 12:00 -13:00 

Venue:   Monday: Tokyo American Club Gordon Suite; Tuesday: Tokyo American Club Lincoln's Room

Price:  Members: 2,500 yen; Non-members: 2,800 yen (Light Refreshments included)

About the Event:

International Forum: Thoughts on the Disaster-Affected Area

  • November 25 (Fri) to November 27 (Sun) Registration Closed
  • 04:00 ~ 07:00
  • Free

The town of Hirono's Reconstruction Planning Division in Fukushima Prefecture will be hosting its annual International Forum on promoting the understanding of the condition of the disaster-affected area.  

Purpose
As was announced during last September’s International Forum, this year’s forum aims to build more consensus and understanding of the condition of the disaster-affected area.
We will bring together a mixture of people and involve them in wide-ranging discussions on the disaster-affected area and issues related to its reconstruction.

E.H. Norman Speaker Series “LGBTI Anti-Bullying Initiatives – Views from Canada and Japan”

  • November 21 (Mon) Registration Closed
  • 09:30 ~ 11:00
  • Free

E.H. Norman Speaker Series
“LGBTI Anti-Bullying Initiatives – Views from Canada and Japan”

In recent years, the issue of violence and discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) youth has attracted increasing attention in both Canada and Japan, where LGBTI youth – and those perceived as LGBTI – are at an increased risk of being bullied.

McGill Forum: Compassion and Success

  • November 18 (Fri) Registration Closed
  • 10:00 ~ 11:30
  • JPY 5,000 Advance, 5,500 at the door

Event Outline

Event Title: McGill Forum:  Compassion and Success

Date/Time 18 Nov 2016 (Friday), 19:00 – 20:30

Location: Daikanyama Hillside Terrace, Annex A
  29-21 Sarugaku-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
  Access map
  (On foot:  Daikanyama sta. 3min, Nakameguro sta. 7min, Ebisu Sta. 10min)

http://www.hillsideterrace.com/access/pdf/map.pdf

Host:  McGill Alumni Association of Japan

Remembrance Ceremony 2016

  • November 13 (Sun) Registration Closed
  • 01:30 ~ 02:15
  • Free

The British Embassy will host the Commonwealth Remembrance Day on Sunday 13th November 2016 at the Commonwealth War Cemetery in Hodogaya, to honour the memory of Commonwealth servicemen and servicewomen who fell during the two World Wars and other conflicts. The Ceremony will begin at 10:30am and is scheduled to conclude at 11:20am. CCCJ members are welcomed to join the ceremony. For details, please contact 03-5211-1241 or ni-on.au-mongkolkarn [at] fco.gov.uk

Canadian Thanksgiving

This Canadian feast also features dishes like maple-roasted cream of pumpkin soup, maple-glazed ham, Canadian smoked pork chops, smoked salmon, red wine-braised chicken cacciatore, poutine with gravy and cheddar cheese and maple pots de crème.

Join Us at the Tokyo American Club

October 10 (16:30-19:00)

Adults: ¥6,000
All-you-can-drink beverage package (20 years and above): ¥7,500
 

 

For more information, please contact:

McGill Business Luncheon & Workshop with Professor Restrepo

  • September 30 (Fri) Registration Closed
  • 03:00 ~ 05:00
  • 5,500 yen

Learn from one of the world's foremost instructors and practitioners in the area of Negotiation, Pablo Restrepo, who has for more than 20 years been successfully negotiating major international agreements, cross-border deals, mergers and acquisitions, and family business consulting.

Pablo Restrepo will introduce his unique negotiation framework which will help you in all of your negotiations at work, and in daily life.

Location: Roppongi Hills Club, Club Room II

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