Upcoming Events

Making your dreams come true - How Japanese Canadian Caroline Ishii became a celebrity vegan chef on July 3, 2021

  • July 03 (Sat) Register by July 01 (Thu)
  • 10:00 ~ 11:00
  • Free for CCCJ and MAAJ members (please indicate if you are a CCCJ member or a McGill alumni after you click “add to cart”), 1,500 yen for Non-members

Join us if you:

  • are an entrepreneur interested in a success story;
  • are interested in why healthy food is becoming such a booming industry;
  • want to know a bit more about the buzz around vegan and plant-based;
  • just love Canada and Japan!

Like many of us, Caroline grew up with her soul spanning two countries – Japan and Canada. A third-generation Japanese born and raised in Canada, Caroline is an award-winning vegan chef, an author, and a frequent guest on TV and public shows.

Annual General Meeting 2021 on July 1, 2021

  • July 01 (Thu) Register by June 30 (Wed)
  • 17:00 ~ 18:00
  • Free

The time has come for the 2021 Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan's Annual General Meeting (AGM). Please see details below.

Date: July 1, Thursday 2021
Time: 17:00 to 18:00
Venue: By Zoom

The AGM is open to CCCJ members and their guests only.

All CCCJ Members and Advisors are encouraged to attend.

 

We will send a Zoom link prior to the AGM.

   

Zoom event - Covid-19 Vaccines in Japan: Present and Future - with Dr. Takao OhKi on June 22, 2021

  • June 22 (Tue) Register by June 21 (Mon)
  • 17:00 ~ 18:00
  • Free

CCCJ is pleased to welcome Dr. Takao Ohki, MD, PhD for a live webinar series on Covid-19 Vaccines in Japan: Present and Future.

With a number of countries making fast progress on rolling out Covid-19 vaccinations, the situation in Japan has drawn attention. Japan has one of the lowest rates of vaccine confidence in the world, and the comparatively slow start to its vaccination program raised concern among foreign residents. Dr. Takao Ohki, a respected Japanese medical doctor, will share his expert perspective on Covid-19 vaccination in Japan, present and future. 

Indigenous Engagement Webinar 2-day Series: June 8th & June 9th

  • June 08 (Tue) Registration Closed
  • 09:00
  • Free

Indigenous Engagement 2-day Webinar Series

Part 1 - Who are Indigenous Entrepreneurs? 

Date: June 8th, Tuesday 9:00 JST - 11:00 (June 7th, 5:00 PM PST) 

Part 2 - What is Effective Engagement?

Date: June 9th, Wednesday 9:00 JST - 11:00 (June 8th, 5:00 PM PST) 

 

Meet the Candidates on May 20th - CCCJ 2021 Election

  • May 20 (Thu) Registration Closed
  • 18:00 ~ 19:30
  • Free

Meet the Nominees for the 2021 CCCJ Governor Elections!

The CCCJ is proud to bring our members a chance to speak with the 10+ nominees for the upcoming 2021 CCCJ Governor Elections, live on Zoom!

The CCCJ is a community built by its constituents, and one of the best and most important ways to make your voice heard is to vote! By doing so, all of us together can make the Chamber more exciting, more inclusive, and more robust!

You will receive the details for login by email.

This event will be conducted by Neil van Wouw.

*Registration Closed* The 2021 CCCJ Golf Scramble

Show Us your Game at the 2021 CCCJ Golf Scramble

*REGISTRATION CLOSED* 

On Friday, April 23rd 2021, we're hosting the 20th Annual CCCJ Golf Tournament with an incredible array of prizes!

This is a team event, so even if you're not that great, don't worry! Hit a bad shot? No problem. Just pick up your ball and set it down next to the best shot from your team and play from there. Golf has never been easier or more fun! You’ll hit the best score of your life and have a chance to win some excellent prizes, too!

CCCJ Business Member Meet & Greet - Mar. 30th

  • March 30 (Tue) Registration Closed
  • 18:00 ~ 19:00

The CCCJ would like to welcome and invite you to an online SME meet-and-greet event. 

Join us for a discussion with some of our small business members, as they talk about the world of wine, outdoor sports, design, diversity and digital signage.  There will be a chance to meet CCCJ members and Q&A session at the end of the event. 

Please register below and you will be sent a Zoom link one day prior to the event. 

Leadership and Resilience: Lessons from Canadian Olympians

  • March 09 (Tue) Registration Closed
  • 09:00 ~ 10:00

Leadership et résilience: L'expérience de deux Olympiennes du Canada / Leadership and Resilience: Lessons from Canadian Olympians

The CCCJ, the Quebec Delegation in Tokyo and the Embassy of Canada in Japan are proud to co-host this webinar featuring two Olympians sharing their expertise in leadership and mentoring. 

Date: Tuesday, March 9th 9:00 - 10:00 JST

Speakers: 

Online Rakugo with Katsura Sunshine

  • February 25 (Thu) Registration Closed
  • 18:30 ~ 19:30

The CCCJ presents a night of Rakugo online with Cultural Ambassador Katsura Sunshine. Rakugo is one of the traditional performing arts in Japan, which is a storytelling with a humorous ending. Unlike other traditional performing arts, Rakugo uses only physical and hand gestures to advance the story, and one person plays many roles. The story always involves the dialogue of two or more characters and the difference between the two is depicted only through change in pitch, tone, and a slight turn of the head.

Donations to CCCJ CSR funds in memory of Wilf Wakely

  • February 09 (Tue) Register by October 31 (Sun)
  • 17:30
  • Please see below

Wilf Wakely was a big supporter of the CCCJ and that included its charity efforts. 

With that in mind, donations can be made to the CCCJ CSR fund to be used for an event or activity at a later date in memory of Wilf.

If you make a donation you will automatically be entered into a raffle to win 1 of 3 Robert Batemen prints that were donated to the Chamber by Wilf.

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