Author: Canadian Network of North Carolina

A social and professional networking group for Canadians living and working in North Carolina

Annual International Summer Social

Economic Development Challenges and Opportunities: The Future of Work and Education in NC on Tuesday June 5, 2018 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm Location: First Citizens Center, 4300 Six Forks Road, Raleigh, NC

REGISTER TODAY by clicking on the links below!
Triangle BABCNC, OWIT-GT, and Partnering Organization members: $20.00
Non-members: $35.00
Students: $20.00
Government, Academics and Non-profits: $25.00
Event Sponsors: $0.00 Complimentary per your sponsorship agreement and additional registrations per the above categories.

Professional Networking Event on June 5

The Triangle British-American Business Council (Triangle BABCNC), Organization of Women in International Trade – Greater Triangle (OWIT-GT) and Canadian Network of North Carolina (CNNC) invite you to register and attend our Annual International Summer Social event.

Economic Development Challenges and Opportunities: The Future of Work and Education in NC on Tuesday June 5, 2018 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm Location: First Citizens Center, 4300 Six Forks Road, Raleigh, NC

What will North Carolina’s economy look like in 2050? According to the World Economic Forum, 65% of today’s students will work in jobs that don’t exist today. What are the economic drivers that will play a key role in shaping our future over the next three decades, and what are the implications for our economy and institutions? Our panel of experts will share their knowledge and experience with an audience of 100+ attendees eager to benefit from their analysis and insights into North Carolina’s future challenges and opportunities. The panelists will address key questions regarding the impact of new technology on jobs, which sectors of the workforce will thrive or decline, the need for new approaches to postsecondary education and for policies and programs that will address the particular issues facing NC’s rural communities.

REGISTER TODAY by clicking on the links below!
Triangle BABCNC, OWIT-GT, and Partnering Organization members: $20.00
Non-members: $35.00
Students: $20.00
Government, Academics and Non-profits: $25.00
Event Sponsors: $0.00 Complimentary per your sponsorship agreement and additional registrations per the above categories.

See the event flyer for more details.

Third Thursday Networking: registration open for May 17

Registration is now open for this month’s Third Thursday Networking!
Join us on May 17 at the Carolina Ale House at Brier Creek for a pint, a bite or a chat. We’ll be there from 6:30 to 8:30pm.

Click HERE to register.
(Online registration closes on May 16 at 6pm. Walk-ins are welcome.)


Did you know that you can also use our Eventbrite page to let us know that your plans have changed?  We really appreciate the courtesy notice if you are unable to join us as planned.

Advocacy of Cultural Awareness

We’re getting ready to design the Canada Booth for the 2018 Raleigh International Festival and, while digging through some old documents, the booth coordinator found this little gem (well, she is an archaeologist!). Year 2010 was when Canada joined the many cultural groups who participate in the festival to offer the people of North Carolina a little taste of the world.

Would you like to join Team Canada and host the Canada Booth in 2018? Simply send us an email at canadabooth.cnnc (a) gmail.com  and we will let you know when we start scheduling booth volunteers!

For more information about the International Festival, click here!

Third Thursday Networking

Starting in April, the CNNC will be hosting a casual gathering for social and professional networking on the third Thursday of every month at the Carolina Ale House at Brier Creek.
Join us on April 19 for a pint, a bite or just a chat from 6:30 to 8:30pm.

This is a ‘pay your own tab’ event, but we kindly request that you register in advance to give us an attendance estimate. This will help the Ale House staff give us the best spot for our group. Online registration is open until April 18. Please click on the link to register via our Eventbrite page:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cnnc-third-thursday-networking-registration-44730180173

Walk-ins can check in at the registration table.

Third Thursday Networking
DATE: April 19
TIME: 6:30 – 8:30pm

See you there!

 

Game Report: Sens vs Canes (March 26)

The March 26 game was the last time a Canadian team would visit the Canes for the 2017-18 season. Our sports correspondent, who is hanging up his skates, sent along his last report.
The CNNC (and previously CanSouth) thank him for his time, contribution and enthusiasm .

Forwards Valentin Zykovers of the AHL. Foegele had a goal and an assist in his first game as the Canes beat the Senators 4-1 Monday night. Both of Foegele’s shots resulted in goals. His first career goal came with 1:08 left in the first when he skated up the end line and slipped the puck between Anderson’s glove and the post. He assisted on Zykov’s go-ahead goal with 5:22 left in the second, with the physical Russian forward poking in the rebound of Foegele’s shot to make it 2-1.

‘The best advice I got was to just shoot it on net,” Foegele said. ”So I shot it, and it just went in. It took me (until) about the third shift to realize it was just another hockey game,” Foegele said, repeatedly calling it ”a surreal moment.”

Brock McGinn and Valentin Zykov scored 98 seconds apart in the second period, Sebastien Aho scored an empty-netter with 1:59 remaining and Derek Ryan had two assists for the Canes third straight. The Canes have an outside chance to make the playoffs for the first time since 2009 moving within seven points of the Devils with six games left. It was the young guys on the Hurricanes that played the key roles in winning this crucial game against Ottawa. It was the sixth career game for both Zykov and defenseman Roland McKeown- who was on the ice for each of Carolina’s first three goals. Cam Ward made 19 saves for Carolina.

“They can come in here and instill that youth and energy and vigour, and I think they’ve shown that,” Ryan said. ”They’ve done that so far, and it’s fun to have that kind of the smiles on their faces, to see Warren score his first goal in his first game and smile on the bench, he’s excited and it kind of makes me relive those memories for myself.”

Bobby Ryan scored and Craig Anderson stopped 26 shots for the Senators, who lost their fifth straight and have been outscored 22-7 in their last four. The Hurricanes beat them twice in three nights by a combined 9-3 score.

”You can look down the lineup, we’re plugging in guys to see where they fit, and trying different players here and there,” Anderson said. ”As long as the compete level’s there, you can’t fault anybody, and that’s how it was tonight. We came out, we competed and just weren’t able to get the win.”

NHL Team Stats:
http://espndeportes.espn.com/nhl/boxscore?gameId=400962774

Game Report: Oilers vs Canes (March 20)

The CNNC sports correspondent sent lots of images of the Canes’ game against the Edmonton Oilers. Pics and summary of this game below.


The scoring began early in a wild, five-goal first period, including a few unusual tallies. Leon Draisaitl and the Edmonton Oilers just kept throwing the puck on net over and over. It was a sound strategy, considering just about every shot they took seemed to be going in.  The Oilers beat the Carolina Hurricanes 7-3 on Tuesday night. Draisaitl had a goal and three assists.

Drake Caggiula, Matt Benning and Ryan Strome scored in a span of 4:24 in the first period after Carolina jumped to a 1-0 lead, and Edmonton led the rest of the way. Pontus Aberg, Yohann Auvitu and Jesse Puljujarvi also scored as the Oilers got six goals on their first 22 shots. Cam Talbot made 30 saves for Edmonton.

”We started well and that gave us confidence,” Draisaitl said. ”We kept going after them. Kept shooting the puck, kept getting the puck back. That was our game plan.”

Brock McGinn, Sebastian Aho and Teuvo Teravainen scored for the Hurricanes, who have lost six of eight. Scott Darling allowed three goals on his first nine shots and six on 22 but was left in the game. He finished with 23 saves.

As the final buzzer sounded, the Hurricanes were booed off the ice by the sparse group of fans still in the stands.

 ”We have to come to work,” Carolina forward Jordan Staal said. ”We play in the NHL. We have this privilege to be here. We can’t lay eggs like that. We can’t just not work. It looks like that when we don’t and it’s no fun to play. It’s no fun to let each other down like that.”
 Carolina is still technically alive in the Eastern Conference playoff race, but its hopes are dwindling. The Hurricanes are nine points back with nine games to play.