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  • 28 Jan 2010 9:50 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Starting on January 26th, Australia Day, Australians living in Ontario will be able to exchange their Australian driver’s licence for an Ontario licence.   On 9 November, the Ontario Minister of Transportation, Jim Bradley, confirmed that the provincial authorities had completed the process of establishing the equivalence of Australian licences, and had signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Australia that confirmed the recognition of Australian driver’s licences by the Government of Ontario.

    Click here for press release.

    Ontario-Australia Signing Ceremony - Recognition of Australian Drivers' Licences in Ontario

    Ontario-Australia Signing Ceremony - Recognition of Australian Drivers' Licences in Ontario.jpg

    Stefan Trofimovs, Consul General, Australian Consulate-General in Toronto; Johanna Gerrie, President, Australian Canadian Association (YACA); Justin Brown, Australian High Commissioner to Canada; Jim Bradley, Minister of Transportation, Ontario; Rick Kohler, Senior Advisor, CACC; Paul Harbottle, Director, Program Development and Evaluation Branch, Ontario Ministry of Transportation

  • 16 Nov 2009 2:36 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    CACC's Canadian Chapter recently hosted a successful event with Australian High Commissioner to Canada Justin Brown. 

    justin brown event pic.jpg

    In the photograph above is Richard Kohler, former Canadian Consul General in Sydney, Australian High Commissioner to Canada Justin Brown, Bob Onyschuk, CACC Canadian Chapter Chair and partner at Gowling Lafleur Henderson, and John Jung, CEO of the Canadian Technology Triangle.

    In the High Commissioner's speech, 'CANADA-AUSTRALIA ECONOMIC LINKS: FUTURE PROSPECTS, PROBLEMS AND OPPORTUNITIES,' he drew attention to new negotiations between the Canadian Government and the European Commission and their potential implications for Australia. For full speech click here.

    Interested in events like this? Join the CACC!

  • 11 Oct 2009 11:15 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Bareboards Productions and Shannon Murphy return to B Sharp following on from their hit production My Name Is Rachel Corrie with the Australian premier of Bliss.

     

    BLISS

    by Olivier Choiniere, translated by Caryl Churchill.

    29th October - 22nd November 2009

    www.belvoir.com.au/bliss

     


    Bliss intertwines the lives of three very different women; the pop-goddess 'Celine', the despairing Isabel and an ordinary check-out chick. The play is a constant blend of reality and famtasy in a striking fusion of comody and horror.

    Recieve the discounted ticket rate of $23 simply by stating the code word 'Celine' when you book your ticket.

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  • 26 Aug 2009 10:06 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    CACC Events, Company Profiles and Advice on Marketing Using Social Media from Highway 101

    CACC Newsletter August.pdf
  • 26 Aug 2009 9:51 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Heard the buzz about Globe 2010 and wondering what it's all about? Click here for an overview. Or visit www.globe2010.com
  • 27 Jul 2009 11:38 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    AusTrade Chief Economist, Tim Harcourt, has written two articles about Canada. Click on the titles to access them through the AusTrade website.

    Oh Canada, are we ready for the Games to begin?

    Maple Leaf Economics – how are Australia and Canada faring in the GFC?


    If you are interested in Tim Harcourt's book, The Airport Economist, please go to www.theairporteconomist.com
  • 25 Jun 2009 2:33 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    On June 15, 2009, the Chief Economist of AusTrade, Tim Harcourt, spoke to a captive audience at a CACC Lunch event in Toronto, Canada.
    Tim Harcourt.jpg
    His speech was titled: “The Great South Land and the Great White North: Will Australia and Canada survive the Global Financial Crisis”

    For an interview with Mr. Harcourt just after the event, please visit: The Financial Post by clicking here.
  • 02 Jun 2009 4:12 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Chamber events, activities and much more!
    CACC Newsletter May 2009.pdf

  • 01 Jun 2009 10:12 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    CanAus Connections is based around the Chamber's networking and business matching capabilities, which assist business representatives engage with the right people in the business communities of both markets.

    As part of CanAus Connections, the CACC has partnered with Air Canada to provide significant discounts on Air Canada's lowest advertised fares to travellers with a business program in either country. The service also includes agreements with the ACCOR group to provide discounted accommodation rates, and Europcar to provide a preferential car rental discount.

    The partnership has been developed to encourage the establishment of face to face business relations between Canadian and Australian businesses, and support the chamber's mission to contribute to increasing the level of trade and investment between Australia and Canada.

    Our goal is to bring the business communities of both countries closer," said Doug Carmichael, President of the CACC. "Australians and Canadians share a similar culture and outlook, and our economies complement each other well. This partnership is fantastic ways we can help businesses explore the numerous untapped opportunities available across the Pacific" Mr Carmichael said.

    Trade between Australia and Canada is at an all time high, with investment also increasing. Canadian investment in Australia totals nearly $10 billion, and is the largest of any Asian economy, while Australian businesses in Canada are increasingly discovering unique benefits, including access to the entire North American market from a similarly structured economy.

    Guests staying at ACCOR hotels receive discounted accommodation and also obtain a 15% discount on car rental with Europcar. ACCOR brands include the Sofitel, Pullman, Grand Mercure, Novotel, Mercure and Ibis, with locations across Australia and Canada.

    The CACC is an excellent starting point for Australian businesses looking to export or expand operations to Canada and vice-versa into Australia.

    Businesses with an interest in CanAus Connections should contact the CACC at cacc@cacc.org.au.


    CanAus Connections_30.4.09.pdf

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