Seventy-two Canadians mingled, drank Molson, ate poutine and Canada Day cake, answered trivia questions and sweated profusely at today’s Canada Day Cake and Trivia event! A million thanks to staff at Sammy’s for hosting us on the patio on this hot summer day (38 Celsius) and providing us with Canadian treats and lots of water. We loved the bilingual sign at the door!
Additional thanks to Royal Bank of Canada, Winnipeg Jets, Consulate General of Canada in Atlanta and private individuals for donating freebies used as raffle and trivia prizes. A big thank you to Susana, Ian, Shesha and Caroline for making it all happen.
Enjoy the pics and stay cool!
Sammy’s very Canadian bilingual sign! :)
The required flag…
Big happy family
Happy Canada Day!
Sharing in equal parts!
CNNC President and trivia winner
Enjoy a few pictures of the June 5 Summer Social sponsored by OWIT, BABC-NC and CNNC.
Panelists (Photo: CRocheleau)
OWIT President (Photo: CRocheleau)
BABC-NC President (Photo: CRocheleau
CNNC President (Photo: Joe Stiles)
Attendees (Photo: Richard Martin (Sword Photography))
Sponsors (Photo: CRocheleau)
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
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.
Canadian business owners in North Carolina may be interested in this event hosted by the British-American Business Council on March 21 from 5:30 to 8:30pm:
THE EU GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR) TAKES EFFECT FROM MAY 25, 2018 – ARE YOU PREPARED FOR IMPLEMENTATION?
The GDPR is designed to unify data privacy requirements across the European Union (EU). If you market to or process the information of EU Data Subjects – which include end users, customers and employees – you need to learn how to address these key requirements.
JOIN US and experts from Womble Bond Dickinson and SAS Institute to gain key insights into the upcoming GDPR requirements that will significantly impact your business.
Visit the BABC event page for details and registration.
Canadians Living in Charlotte, NC, are meeting at Amelie’s for coffee on February 10 at 2pm.
Check out their Facebook page and their Meetup group.
(Please contact the organizers of the Canadians Living in Charlotte, NC, with any query related to this event or the group.)
Here are a few pics of last night’s Grey Cup Get-Together! Lots of football cheers, laughter, poutine and smoked meat. Let’s just say we were all happy we didn’t have to dig our cars out of the snow after the game!
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