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  • 29 Jul 2016 11:22 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    NCCC Member Norton Rose Fulbright is proud to announce that 142 of its lawyers were ranked as leaders across 53 areas of practice in the 2016 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory.

    The firm’s lawyers received a total of 257 individual listings, with 68 lawyers receiving ranking in several areas.

    Of particular note, Norton Rose Fulbright lawyers received 25 “Most Frequently Recommended” listings, the highest Lexpert ranking.

    Additionally, Norton Rose Fulbright was recommended as a leading Canadian law firm in 32 areas, with the highest ranking in six:

    • Class Actions: Montreal, Quebec
    • Corporate Commercial Law: Montreal, Quebec
    • Corporate finance & Securities: Montreal, Quebec
    • Energy (Oil & Gas): Calgary, Alberta
    • Labour Relations: Montreal, Quebec
    • Litigation—Corporate Commercial: Montreal, Quebec

    “These rankings reflect the expertise of our firm, team members and continued commitment to excellence across all our areas of practice,” said Norton Rose Fulbright Canadian Managing Partner Charles Hurdon. “We are pleased to be recognized for providing the highest possible standard of legal service and congratulate our colleagues.”

    The product of an extensive peer survey process, the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory is the most comprehensive guide to legal talent in Canada. Published since 1997, the directory profiles leading practitioners across Canada in over 60 practice areas and leading law firms in over 40 practice areas.

    The full rankings for 2016 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory can be found online.

  • 12 Jul 2016 22:19 | Deleted user

    Canadian and Dutch high school students discuss their shared past and future.

    How do you explain what a stroopwafel is? What do Montreal and Rotterdam have in common? And does Canada really have that many moose? During the international project ‘Touch of Dutch’ over 200 Dutch and Canadian high school students got answers to these and many more questions!

    The Touch of Dutch project involved a series of class room sessions with interesting topics as ‘Discover the Netherlands – Discover Canada, ‘Safety First’ and ‘Inspiring Innovation’ and challenges students to come up with creative ideas for future cooperation between both countries.

    This unique project ended with a series of Skype sessions, in which students worked together to give a positive push to the enduring values that bind Canada and the Netherlands, whilst exploring possibilities and opportunities for both Canada and the Netherlands.

    The story of the friendship between the two countries is a key element in the project. It takes students back to the highlights of the Canadian military campaign that led to the liberation of the Netherlands in 1945, but even more so does it test students on the current relationship and choosing ways to move forward in terms of cooperation, technology and security.

    Six high schools participated: Woodroffe High School (CAD), Nepean High School (CAD), Bell High School (CAD), the Sint-Oelbertgymnasium (NL), the Jan van Brabant College (NL) and the Cambreur College (NL). The students came up with some great thoughts on the future Dutch-Canadian friendship, but the prize for the best answer was won by a group from the Cambreur College and Woodroffe High School: Nina van Rijen, Indi Verheijen, Luuk Baltissen, Niels Cornelissen, Rachelle Rutgrink, Anthony Capy, Sophia Okwir and Grace Pereira.


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  • 08 Jul 2016 12:36 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Unfortunately, this article is only available in Dutch.

    Canada is hot, zeker in de levensmiddelenindustrie liggen er veel kansen voor Nederlandse bedrijven. Deze conclusie kan zeker getrokken worden na de presentatie van de Canadese Investment Champion Bruce Cowper op 24 juni jl. tijdens de Informatiebijeenkomst Trade & Investment kansen in Canada voor de Food industrie bij de HAS in Den Bosch.

    Bovendien willen de Canadezen heel graag met Nederlandse bedrijven samenwerken. Via een uitvoerig selectieproces is Nederland geïdentificeerd als dé partner om de Canadese Food Processing Industry naar een hoger plan te tillen, meer efficiency met Nederlandse technologie. Food Industry.pdf

  • 15 Apr 2016 10:11 | Deleted user

    Job Title: Common Services Officer (Management)
    Salary: €58,735 - €78,886
    Vacancy type: Indeterminate
    Level: Officer
    Classification: LE-08
    Location: The Hague, Netherlands
    Closing date for applications: 30-04-2016

    Under the general direction of the Management Consular Officer, the common services officer manages and co-ordinates logistical execution of program objectives and goals assisting in implementation when required; manages the provision and creation of non-routine information and/or documentation; oversees and inputs into complex administrative support systems; provides services to a diverse client base and initiates proactive collaboration acting as the focal point of contact for common services within a mission; supervises staff and performs other duties as required.

    Please visit the website for more information. If you have any questions at any stage of the process please send an email to RSCEMA.Personnel@international.gc.ca

  • 11 Mar 2016 10:47 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Priva is a world leader in developing and supplying sustainable technologies for the control of indoor environments within horticulture and building environments. We provide sustainable solutions for a more efficient control of energy and water within indoor environments, as a means to conserve scarce resources and reduce our impact on the planet. Together with local partner organizations, we offer our customers across the world access to high-quality hardware, software and services.

    With a significant increase in sales and increased national presence in North America, we are expanding our sales team and are in search of a motivated key account manager with a strong understanding of the horticulture market.

    Based out of our North American office in Vineland Station, Ontario, the new key account manager will be responsible for building customer relationships, developing new accounts, quoting on customer projects, generating sales, visiting new and existing clients in the field and representing Priva at trade shows.

    The ideal candidate for this role will possess the following attributes:

    Excellent communicator, professional demeanor, strong negotiator, good time management, previous sales experience, enthusiastic self-starter, good horticultural knowledge, a desire to meet and exceed sales targets, and ambition.

    Additional Information

    This job will require estimated 25-50% travel in the US and Canada to current clients and potential new leads.

    Please apply with a letter of application and resume to: mike.marino@priva.ca

    Closing Date: March 31, 2016

  • 01 Mar 2016 20:20 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Selected by a highly respected jury, The16 is the Netherland’s multi-disciplined team of top students that go on a Trade Mission to learn from - and collaborate with - foreign entrepreneurial ecosystems and thereby nurture its domestic startup ecosystem. This year, the journey will lead to Toronto, Boston and New York where the team will visit ivy league universities, work with and do research for, renowned startups and MNCs.

    The16 Student Entrepreneurs are looking for sponsors and partners for their inspiring trip to Toronto, Boston and NYC

    The16 Student Entrepreneurs organize a trade mission to Toronto, Boston and New York from 7-18 April 2016. Their aim is to learn from and collaborate with foreign entrepreneurial ecosystems and thereby nurture its domestic startup ecosystem. The16 is an extracurricular project and students are challenged to organize and fund the trip themselves, in an entrepreneurial way.

    Is your company looking for some bright minds to do a market research, support with marketing activities or would you like to benefit from their inspiring trip in any other way?
    Please go to www.the16.co to see what the students can do for you and how you can be part of this inspiring project!

    The16 Student Entrepreneurs op zoek naar sponsors voor hun reis naar Toronto, Boston en New York.

    Van 7-18 april as. gaan The16 Student Entrepreneurs op handelsmissie naar Toronto, Boston en New York. Deze ondernemende studenten willen met de reis het ondernemersklimaat in deze wereldsteden verder in kaart brengen, maar ook de eigen ondernemerschapsambities uitbouwen.  De reis organiseren en financieren ze zelf, als extra curriculair project naast hun studie. Om de reis te financieren zijn ze op zoek naar opdrachtgevers die hen een uitdagende klus willen aanbieden in ruil voor een stukje financiering van hun reis. Heeft u een leuke opdracht liggen waar de studenten u mee kunnen helpen? Ze komen graag met u in contact!
    Meer informatie: www.the16.co

  • 21 Sep 2015 19:02 | Deleted user

    Vice President of the Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance Tony Romano and thinkCOMPASS's CEO Luigi Presta, will be visiting Amsterdam on October 12, 2015 to execute a mission alongside the Embassy and Canadian Consulate. 

    We wish to sit down with companies looking to expand and do business in North America, more specifically the Toronto Area. 
    The GTMA's services to your organization are free and confidential. This meeting will provide you all the necessary information and guidance on how to do business in Canada, and the advantages that the GTA provides  to promote the growth of your organization.

    If you are interested in meeting the team on October 12, 2015, please contact:

    Seema Singh
    Telephone number: +1 905 264 8884
    mailto: Seema@thinkcompass.ca 
    mailto: Roberto@thinkcompass.ca

  • 18 Sep 2015 14:10 | Deleted user

    Position title: Trade Commissioner Assistant
    Appointment Process No: HAGUE - Trade LE05 - 08/2015
    Type: Term leading to indeterminate after two years (part time, 18.5 hours per week)
    Departement: Embassy of Canada in the Netherlands
    Number of Vacancies: 1
    Job Category: Trade
    Level: Assistent
    Classification: LE-05
    Salary range: Starting salary of 17,123.50 EURO increasing in yearly steps accoring to performance to 23,509 EURO
    Location: The Hague, Netherlands
    Closing date: 24 September 2015

    Summary of Duties:
    The Embassy of Canada in the Netherlands has a requirement for a Trade Commissioner Assistant with responsibilities including:

    Reporting to the Commercial Program Manager / Senior Trade Commissioner, the LE-05 Trade Commissioner Assistant supports the Program Manager and the Commercial Program through services including budget tracking, information management, scheduling, logistics and event planning, responding to requests in non-proactive sectors and other duties as assigned by the Program Manager.

    Trade Commissioner Assistent.pdf

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