Free; to register, please visit https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xorsO5x87LTIkzN7WGMYiE8taN_i1LLm/view?usp=sharing
The Embassy of Canada in Tokyo, Japan, is pleased to invite you to the Canada-Japan Energy Security Forum 2021.
The Canada-Japan Energy Security Forum 2021 will take place on December 14-15-16, from 09:00 to 10:30 Japan time (JST). This 3-day event will feature leaders from Canada and Japan, ranging from industry, government, Indigenous peoples and academia.
CCCJ members are cordially invited to Japan-Canada Trade and Ivestment seminar!
The Japan-Canada Chambers Council (JCCC) is a joint initiative of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The JCCC focuses on enhancing commercial relationships between our respective business communities.
Join the Canadian Chamber's Sustainability Committee for an engaging discussion on how the energy sector can shift to meet the ever-changing demands of a planet in a state of climate change. The CCCJ will be joined by Mr. Michael Cojerian as he reflects on his many years of experience working both in the fossil fuel and renewable industries.
Guest: Michael Cojerian, Canadian Solar, Representative Director, General Manager, Japan Energy Group
¥3,000 for Members / ¥4,000 for Non-Members, price includes the turkey bento
Why not celebrate this year’s Thanksgiving with some outdoor activities and a turkey-bento picnic?
CCCJ’s Wellness and Event Committees invite you to come join us for a late Saturday morning of yoga or run (or walk) in the park followed by a lunch picnic that will feature everyone’s beloved Thanksgiving Turkey and a few healthy dishes.
With certain Covid restrictions that are expected to continue, this event will be limited to a maximum of 20 people. First come, first served. Sign up now!
The postponed Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games drew to a colourful close on Sunday, September 5, after nearly two weeks of competition among more than 4,400 of the world’s top athletes with impairments. The Games saw athletes compete in 539 events across 22 different sports, with an astonishing 69 World and 124 Paralympic records being broken. The 2020 Games also saw more female athletes take part than ever before.