Happy Holidays 2017!

Best holiday wishes to all the Canadian families living in North Carolina. May your travels be safe and your celebrations joyful.  We look forward to seeing you at networking events in 2018.

Meilleurs voeux des fêtes à toutes les familles canadiennes qui habitent en Caroline du Nord. Que vos déplacements soient sans encombre et vos festivités pleines de joie. Nous espérons vous voir en 2018.

Canadian Network of North Carolina



Holiday Brunch on Dec 3!

Celebrate the start of the holiday season with fellow Canadians at the Canadian Network Holiday Brunch.

Humble Pie is hosting us for a special seating at 1pm and will keep the bar open for us until 3pm. For this special event, all food orders must be placed by 1:30pm. (See the menu below.)

This is a pay your own tab event.

So that we have a head count, we kindly ask that you register using our Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/holiday-brunch-registration-40747884018

WHEN: December 3
TIME: 1-3 pm
WHERE: Humble Pie, 317 South Harrington St., Raleigh

Shrimp + Grits  12
broth of the gods, bacon, chives
Buttermilk Fried Chicken Sandwich  10
lettuce, mayo, chipotle honey, Martin’s potato roll
Breakfast Burrito  11
scrambled eggs, Cheshire bacon, cheddar cheese, tomatillo avocado salsa, sour cream
Cornmealius Pancakes  9
blueberry sauce, whipped cream, syrup
Huevos Rancheros  12
refried beans, chorizo, cheese, sour cream, tortilla chips
Cobelt Sandwich  10
cheese, Cheshire bacon, fried egg, lettuce, tomato, onion, Texas toast, mayo


Grey Cup: we’re getting together!


Join us on Sunday, November 26 at BottleDog Bites and Brews in Cary for a pre-game beer or a kickoff poutine! (Or a smoked meat sandwich. Or a beaver tail!). Or you can simply come hang out with fellow Canadians.

This is a ‘pay your own tab’ event.

Event starts at 4:30pm
Kickoff is at 6pm

Registration is required.
Please click here to sign up.

We look forward to seeing you soon and chatting about our new group, the Canadian Network of North Carolina (merger between CanSouth and the Canadian Business Association of NC).


Booth 2017: Thank you!

The Canada Booth would not have been possible without our wonderful volunteers (Alara, Caitlyn, Carol, Caroline, Craig, Denise, Dominique, Donna, Ethan, Frank, Gary, Helen, Ian, Jane, Joe, Karissa, Martin, Nedelka, Paul, Susana and Tera) and the generous support of the Consulate General of Canada in Atlanta.  Many, many thanks to everyone!

Want to join us at the Booth next year?  Send us a note: canadabooth.cnnc (a) gmail.com!

Booth 2017: Day 3

Another wonderful day at the Canada Booth and the last of this year’s International Festival. The combination of the colourful superheroes and the contemplative black and white didactics about the real, human heroes was a success. We got great compliments about the booth all weekend: eye-catching, educational, fun, well-designed with easy to read panels, and–most important–hosted by knowledgeable and friendly volunteers.

Here are a few photos of today’s action at the Booth.

Thank you to our superb volunteers who hosted today: Carol, Caroline, Helen, Frank, Ethan, Paul, and Gary.



Booth 2017: Day 2

Another great day at the Canada Booth enlightening puzzled visitors who didn’t realize that Superman had a Canadian connection (artist and co-creator Joe Shuster was born in Toronto). More people took time to also look at the true Canadian heroes today. Several were amazed at the diversity of the heroic human on our walls and at their courage, valour and accomplishments.

Thank you to our fantastic volunteers who hosted the Booth today: Gary, Paul, Joe, Jane, Susana, Ian, Donna, Alara, Caitlyn, Nedelka. Karissa, Martin and Caroline!