The calendar of events for May-June is available
Toronto Homecoming, an exclusive networking event taking place in Toronto, Canada on October 1-3, 2015, aims to bring qualified Canadians working abroad and people with strong ties to the city, back to Toronto by connecting them with professional opportunities in the region. This annual event connects talented professionals living abroad with dozens of top employers in the Toronto region such as RBC, Rogers, KPMG, CPP Investment Board, TD, Shopify and Loblaws.The ideal applicant is a professional in the early-to-mid stages of their career, is currently living abroad, and has experience in Financial & Professional Services, Retail & Consumer Packaged Goods or Technology (including Telecommunications and Start-ups). Participation is limited, and applications are being accepted until May 30, 2015.
Toronto Homecoming is a program of the Toronto Region Board of Trade. Since the event’s inception 5 years ago, over 400 participants have attended – more than a third of whom have moved back to the Toronto region.
We are pleased to welcome our latest corporate supporter - Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec.
The Caisse's mission is to achieve an optimal return on the deposits of its clients, or depositors, while contributing to Québec's economic development.
Created in 1965, the Caisse is now one of the largest institutional fund managers in Canada and North America. The leading private equity investor in Canada, it is also one of the 10 largest real estate asset managers in the world.
The Caisse’s financial soundness has earned it the best credit ratings issued by the following credit rating agencies: Moody's Investors Service, Standard and Poor's, and Dominion Bond Rating Service.
In support of the Canadian Government’s International Experience Canada (Abroad) initiative, CACC has recently established an Australian Job Bank to better connect Canadian working holiday participants coming to Australia with Australian employers looking to tap into a pool of 7,000 working holiday visa holders (18-30 years old) each year with qualifications and experiences in a wide range of fields.
The services are free to both job seekers and
Trowbridge International Tax, based out of Toronto, will be hosting Canadian Tax Planning Seminar in Sydney and Brisbane. The Sydney presentations will be on
Monday, June 1, 2015 from 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM at the Hilton Sydney: Level 1
(rooms 3 & 4) - 488 George Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000,
Australia. There will be a second session the same day from 6:00 PM – 8:00
PM. The presentations are free. To register please email email@example.com
Invitation to Sydney lecture May 25 at 6:15pm
Invitation to Canberra lecture May 26 at 6:15pm
Invitation to Melbourne lecture May 27 at 6:30pm
The calendar of events for April-May is now available: Click here
Preston Manning is visiting Australia and the Australian Business Executive Magazine's publisher - Canadian Jesse Landry is hosting an evening conversation with him at The Occidental Hotel Sydney on April 7. Details can be found at:
and tickets are available here:
The Japan Foundation, Sydney to at the end of this month is holding an event that may be of interest to the local Canadian community.
The events centre around Canadian-born Katsura Sunshine, who is professionally trained in rakugo, the traditional Japanese art of comic storytelling. He will appear in a talk event on March 26 in conversation with the biographer of Henry Black, an Australian who became the first-ever Western rakugo artist in Japan around a century ago. He will then do a solo rakugo show on March 28. Both events will be held at The Japan Foundation, Sydney premises and are free of charge (RSVP essential).
Visit the CACC JOB BANK:
A free job employment search platform
The CACC Job Bank was created to better connect employers with skilled individuals on a working holiday visa. You can view jobs and post employment opportunities for FREE through the CACC Job Bank.
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