Upcoming Events

Japan Reconstruction and PPP- Challenges and the Way Forward

Almost 9 months have passed since the Tohoku disaster. Since then, local governments and residents of the Tsunami affected region have been working restlessly, cleaning debris, restoring agricultural land and planning reconstruction. Decontamination of the land is progressing but reconstruction in the devastated area has yet to begin in earnest.

Open Reconstruction In Tohoku: How Foreigners Can Get Involved

The events of March 11 have devastated the Tohoku Region, but the people are determined to reconstruct and revitalize their communities. Can foreign affiliated firms play a significant role in the new Japan that will evolve through, for example, the establishment of special economic zones and other measures? Potential investors would like to know what the blueprint for reconstruction will look like and when it will be fully implemented. What sorts of new opportunities will emerge?

Seminar : Proxy Voting by the Large Shareholders of Japanese Companies, and ISS

  • November 28 (Mon) Registration Closed
  • 06:30 ~ 11:00
  • TMI Associates, Seminar room 22F
  • Follow link below

The Board Director Training Institute of Japan  (BDTI) will soon offer: (a) a seminar  on 11/28 by the ISS man in charge of proxy voting policy for Japan next year, with commentary on recent events by the Mr. Matsuzaki  of the TSE's listing division, and information on recent trends about foreign and large investors, and (b)  its first full "director training" course on 12/11 and 12/12.

CCCJ 11th Annual Golf Tournament

  • November 17 (Thu) to November 18 (Fri) Registration Closed
  • 21:30 ~ 10:00
  • Tsutsujigaoka CC
  • 24,000 Yen

The CCCJ 11th Annual Golf Tournament is back on and has been set for Friday, November 18th at the beautiful Tsutsujigaoka G&CC in Tochigi prefecture. Dust off the golf clubs, mark up your calendar and invite your friends to spend a fun day of golf and networking with the Canada/Japan business community. Included in the registration price is round trip transportation from Tokyo, lunch, a post-game reception and the chance to win great prizes!

Interns: what’s in it for you – and for them

  • November 15 (Tue) Registration Closed
  • 09:30 ~ 12:00
  • TMI Associates, 23rd Floor
  • 2,000 (member) | 3,000 (guest)

Interested in taking on new graduates, but worried about making the wrong decision on full-time hires?

Come learn from Internship professionals how Internships are not only an important hands-on experience for undergrad and graduate students before they officially enter the workforce, but also a valuable tool for employers in recruiting high potential performers, if properly planned and implemented. Internships allow employers to “test drive” the Interns and greatly mitigate the risk of hiring untested new graduates.

CCCJ Monthly Mixer

  • November 10 (Thu) Registration Closed
  • 10:00 ~ 12:00
  • Oakwood Premier
  • 3,000 yen (member)

Following October’s successful Monthly Mixer at the Hard Rock Café in Roppongi, November’s date and location have been set for Thursday, November 10th at the Oakwood Premier Midtown!

The CCCJ has been able to negotiate a very generous rate with the Oakwood Premier to provide nomihodai (all you can drink) and a light buffet costing 3,000 Yen for Members and 4,000 Yen for Guests.

Mark your calendars, contact your guests and register early for what promises to be another enjoyable night with the Canada-Japan business community!

Canadian Investment Seminar in Nagoya

  • November 08 (Tue) Registration Closed
  • 00:00 ~ 03:00
  • JETRO Invest Japan Business Support Centre
  • Enquire below

This event will be hosted by Southwestern Ontario Marketing Alliance (SOMA) in conjunction with the Government of Canada, Province of Ontario, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) and Davis LLP.

Canadian Embassy Charity Casino Night - A Night in Monte Carlo

  • November 04 (Fri) Registration Closed
  • 09:30 ~ 14:00
  • Embassy of Canada Official Ambassador's Residence
  • 6,000 yen (members and guests)

Casino Night is a fun event and proceeds go to charity. Use your winnings to bid on great prizes at a charity auction!

Come dressed up in your finest (black tie optional) and have a chance to play at the VIP tables with the Ambassador himself.