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Annual Luncheon 2018
Prime Minister Rutte visit to Canada
Fluevog Shoes Store Opening 30 May 2018
2018 Kick-off & VIP Event 1 Feb 2018
Annual Luncheon 2017
CETA VIP Event 28 Sept 17
AGM & CGI Company Visit 12 APR 17
Annual Luncheon 2016
AGM & Air Canada Visit 19 APR 16
In the Age of Rembrandt: Dutch Paintings from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
An unprecedented collection of over sixty paintings - including works from Rembrandt van Rijn, Frans Hals, Jan Steen, and Jacob van Ruisdael - provides insight into the 17th century Dutch and Flemish ways of life, whether through luxurious still life, humorous genre scenes, sumptuous portraits, or detailed landscapes, cityscapes, and architectural paintings.
Hendrick Avercamp, Winter Landscape near a Village, about 1610–15. Oil on panel. 53.3 x 94.6 cm. Promised gift of Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo, in support of the Center for Netherlandish Art. Courtesy, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
In the Age of Rembrandt will also present a number of classes and workshops such as insights into conservation treatments of Dutch masterworks from around the world, the Dutch palette and pigments and painting techniques.
The NCCC have negotiated a Special Offer. Save 20% off admission. Buy your tickets online at www.rom.on.ca and enter promo code: NCCCTRADE
The Embassy Festival is an international event spotlighting the many different cultures that reside in The Hague.
Expect an innovative, free of charge musical programme featuring pop, funk, soul, jazz and classical music, as well as culinary delights, theatre, literature, art, a kids area and activities spanning all corners of the globe. Stroll the tree-lined boulevard of Lange Voorhout and soak up the many charms our beautiful world has to offer.
With this cultural richness concentrated in 500 metres, the festival strives to set an important social statement; cultural diversity brings atmosphere and togetherness.
Come and join us at the Embassy Festival in the Hague!
Official website: http://www.embassyfestival.com
Please note; the Canadian Embassy will not have an official presence at the event.
On Tuesday 10 September the photonics community will gather for the only Dutch event in photonics: DutchPhotonicsEvent. This unique Dutch event will take place at the TU Delft.
As you may expect from us the program will be very divers, consisting of a conference, exhibition, workshops, Women in Photonics Lunch, Poster Prize, B2B matchmaking, networking and more.
We look forward meeting you on Tuesday 10 September!
This exclusive event is only open to Patron members in good standing. The invitation will be sent from the Embassy to our regular contact. However, another member of your company may attend instead (upon prior written agreement).
The dinner will be hosted by the Canadian Ambassador to the Netherlands, at her Official Residence. The NCCC Board will also be in attendance. More details will follow directly from the Canadian Embassy.
The Foundation Bevrijding Brabantse Wal and the Canadian Government organise the 5th edition of the Memorial Day of Canada in the Netherlands. The Canadian Government assigned the Canadian Cemetery in Bergen Op Zoom as the main place to commemorate Canadian soldiers who passed away during the war.
Foreign guests will take part in the commemoration, which offers a special edition for the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the liberation. This event will be the most prominent commemoration in the area of the Brabantse Wal.
The Brabantse Wal Liberation Foundation (SBBW) wants to carry out a number of projects in connection with local WW2 history. One is the construction of a Sherman tank, in cooperation with the Decorbouw Groot Arsenaal Foundation. These medium-heavy tanks were used by regiments such as the Canadian South Alberta Regiment. This regiment, together with the Lincoln & Welland Regiment, played an important role in the liberation of the city and region. On October 27, 1944, the tanks of this regiment rolled up into the Grote Markt of Bergen op Zoom. The Brabantse Wal Liberation Foundation wants to make use of the replica Sherman tank for the liberation activities in 2019. Purchasing a real Sherman tank is not realistic due to the logistical and operational challenges it entails. The intention is that the replica, which is indistinguishable from the real thing, will be used during the liberation parade on 26 October. The tank will also be used for the Vierschaar Foundation’s SUPERSUM show and for other staged projects and events.
In addition to the use of the replica tank for activities related to liberation and culture, efforts are also being made to involve schools. One of the objectives of the Brabantse Wal Liberation Foundation is to include the Battle of the Scheldt in the curriculum of primary and secondary schools. In the coming years, schools will be focusing more on informing pupils about the WW2 history of the region, and a link will be made with the contemporary experience of the themes of peace and freedom. The replica of the tank is intended to trigger young people to take an interest in the freedom which was fought for so hard.
For the actual realisation of the tank (including the financing), contact was made with interested parties from both the Netherlands and Canada.
For more information: www.st-decorbouw.nl
VR Days Europe 2019 is a 3-day conference and exhibition on virtual, augmented, and mixed reality. This event will provide a range of keynotes, expert sessions, workshops, and seminars with over 140 expert speakers. The past speakers include: CEO of High Fidelity Philip Rosedale, Michael Gourlay from Microsoft, Francesca Panneta from The Guardian, and much more. The event will be looking to not only raise the awareness of AR/VR/MR technology, but also focus on networking, browsing, and educating the attendees from the software companies, investors, and industry experts. Attendees will gather from across the globe.
The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) invites Canadian companies to attend VR Days Europe 2019, a ground‑breaking conference and exhibition focusing on virtual, augmented and mixed reality. The TCS will facilitate business‑to‑business meetings and assist Canadian companies throughout the event. For more information, contact
The NCCC Annual Luncheon will be held 26th November 2019. We warmly invite you to see to new business opportunities, expand your network and meet with fellow-members, while enjoying a wonderful lunch. Share the added value of your products and services or special offers with potential buyers. Applaud our award winners and toast their success.
Date November 26, 2019
Time 12:00-12:30 hrs. Members Market Place (sample tasting and special offers from NCCC members), welcome drink
12:30-14:30 hrs. Luncheon, Award Ceremony, Networking
Place of venue: TBA
Dress code Business Attire
The Annual Luncheon is an excellent event to bring valued clients or staff members, or introduce any potential members you might know. Not only will it enhance the networking opportunities for all, but guests may also deduct the cost for the Luncheon from their membership fee for 2020 when they sign up at the event. For each new member signing up, you will earn yourself a ‘Lucky Looney’. Click here to learn more.
Registration will open once the venue has been confirmed.
We look forward to welcoming you!
Expo 2022 Floriade Almere will be the 7th International Horticultural Expo in the Netherlands. For six months, the attention to the theme ‘Growing Green Cities’ will be focused on the cities of the future. Visitors will have a unique and meaningful experience: during the expo they will be invited to ‘explore, touch and change’.
This expo will be the start of a new city district close to Amsterdam in the Netherlands called Almere. Almost everything that will be built for the exhibition will become a permanent part of the legacy of Almere. The structures will remain and become part of the community for future activities.
The Earth has seven billion inhabitants and growing, and more than fifty percent live in cities. By 2050, this percentage will have increased to nearly seventy percent. With continued and relentless urbanisation, we have no option but to look for new ways to keep our cities safe, healthy and attractive and to find a better balance between ‘grey’ and ‘green’ infrastructure. We invite the world to join us and to contribute to our theme: Growing Green Cities.
Within this context, four sub-themes are explored:
Green: Parks – vertical green on buildings and green structures make cities more attractive and resilient;
Food:Food habits, -production, -waste, -safety and food security solutions;
Health:The contribution of green structures to a healthy living environment as well as thecontribution made by green spaces to the physical and mental vitality of the citizens;
Energy:Finding solutions to address sustainable energy, heat stress and climate adaptation, as well as the contribution of green spaces for a liveable city.
Food production plays a major role in the green city of the future. The question is, what role can agriculture and horticulture play in accelerating this vision? The Netherlands is the second largest food producer worldwide, which is special given its small area for growing. This makes the Netherlands a hotspot for potential agricultural and horticultural innovations.
Floriade will open its doors for six months from: April-October 2022.
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