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CCCJ CSR Committee Initiates Project to Sponsor a Well in Rural Cambodia
The CCCJ CSR Committee announced on October 16, 2017 that with the partnership with HOPE International Development Agency, it will contribute JPY 180,000 towards a new well for...
CCCJ Joint Chamber Summer Cocktails
Friday, July 21st, 2017, CCCJ held joint Chamber cocktails part at Embassy of Canada in Japan. 13 chambers and over 300 participants joined and this was one of the biggest...
Canada Day 150 Celebration
On July 30th, CCCJ held the Canadian Foundation 150th anniversary event with Embassy of Canada in Japan. In addition to more than 450 participants from various Canada-Japan...
2017 CCCJ Annual General Meeting
On June 22nd, CCCJ held Annual General Meeting to Japan at Embassy of Canada. New chairman, Neil van Wouw welcomed members at the meeting. Ken Arbour, chairman of recommended...
CCCJ Inaugural Executive Forum
The CCCJ launched its inaugural Executive Forum, inviting chamber executives to discuss their businesses together including the challenges and opportunities that they face in...
JETRO Survey on Japan’s investment climate 2017
Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) conducts a survey every year on the obstacles foreign-affliated companies face in Japan and the the attractiveness of Japan the companies...
CCCJ Lunch with Nova Scotia Business Inc. CEO Laurel Broten
CCCJ Executives and members welcomed Ms. Laurel Broten, President and CEO of Nova Scotia Business Inc. to Japan on Monday, May 29th at the Embassy of Canada to Japan. CCCJ...
Views Collected From Japanese Companies in Canada Concerning NAFTA Renegotiations
1. Importance of unfettered economic activities throughout the three NAFTA countries
(1) As private sectors in North America become increasingly interdependent, NAFTA’s...
CCCJ and Custom Media to Publish Special 150th Confederation Anniversary Magazine
TOKYO, May 15, 2017—The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan (CCCJ) is pleased to name award-winning Custom Media as publisher and exclusive advertising agency of The Canadian...