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  • 31 May 2019 18:06 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Individuals and Corporate Members of the NCCC are supporting the Faces To Graves foundation.


    The organisation was set up to pay tribute to those young Canadian soldiers who lost their lives so far away from home fighting for our freedom. In May 2020 we will mark the 75th anniversary of liberation at the Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery. Most of their comrades and fellow soldiers who are still living are not able to make the trip over from Canada to do this any longer. So it is up to us to remember them.

    When you realize that there are 2590 names on the headstones and 1029 names of missing soldiers on the Memorial Wall, you begin to feel the enormity of their sacrifice. And not to forget the headstones of unidentified casualties with only the words: ‘Known unto God’.  We would like to recognize every single soldier by a photo and the story of his life, so they will never be forgotten.

    Photo credit Julie Allen

    Please feel free to share the attached brochure with your Canadian connections to spread the word and find more soldiers and their families. Faces To Graves.pdf

    If anyone is interested in volunteering their time or would like to make a donation to support the work, please contact the office.

    Many thanks

    Julie Allen

    Photo Credit Julie Allen

  • 12 Feb 2019 11:05 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    During the visit of Prime Minister Rutte of the Netherlands to Canada in  October 2018, The Embassy of the Netherlands to Ottawa, the Consulate General of the Netherlands to Toronto, the NCCC and handelsroute.nl co-organized a bilateral trade event. During this event PM Rutte from the Netherlands, Parliamentary Secretary Omar Alghabra, Ambassador Sabine Nölke and several business leaders explained how the bilateral trade between our nations benefit from CETA.

  • 28 Jan 2019 13:30 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The NCCC is pleased to welcome the following new members;

    Bruce Ferguson, Fourkind BV
    Hans van 't Woud, BlackShore
    Wesley van Breda, Sweco Nederland
    YuriSchaap, Schaap Interim Food Services

  • 10 Dec 2018 13:52 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The NCCC is pleased to welcome the following new members;

    Emmanuel Polman
    Rens Vermue, The Farm Route BV
    Brock Clermont, Clermark Equestrian Inc.

  • 06 Dec 2018 10:19 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Congratulations to Magnet Forensics, winner of this year’s NCCC Business of the Year Award.

    The Award was presented to Marco de Moulin by H.E. Ambassador Nolke during the NCCC Annual Luncheon on 13th November.
    Magnet Forensics Inc are based in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada and are a global leader in developing digital investigative software for smartphone, cloud, and computer examinations. Their flagship product, Internet Evidence Finder, has become the standard for digital investigations related to terrorism, child exploitation and cybercrimes. Their products are used by over 2,500 agencies across 92 countries, primarily serving the public sector. The company was founded in 2011 and has grown to 85 FTE. Magnet Forensics is included in the PROFIT 500 listing and was ranked 9th place in its first year. They recently acquired the Dutch company Tracks Inspector, which offers an intuitive, web-based solution that puts digital investigations into the hands of detectives, analysts, and case officers, enabling easy review of digital evidence early in an investigation and allowing forensic specialists to conduct targeted forensic analysis. Magnet Forensics adds a robust review platform for non-technical stakeholders of an investigation to its product portfolio and has opened its main European office within the Hague Security Delta, including a technical department providing new jobs in the near future.
    Read more here

    Further congratulations go to Hans van ‘t Woud, Founder of Blackshore, this year’s winner of the NCCC Young Professionals Award.

    The Award, presented by NCCC Chair Sandra Brandenburg, recognises individuals up to 35 years old, who have advanced (or are in the process of) the relationship between Canada and the Netherlands.
    is a Geospatial Information and Data company that uses satellite imagery and a gaming interface to solve problems. They use the ‘power of the crowd’ to deliver fast and accurate translation of satellite, aerial and microscopic data into functional maps and analysis. For example, immediately after Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippine island of Bantayan, BlackShore launched Cerberus on Facebook. The game went viral and 1200 players produced operational maps of the island in record time. The maps were shared with relief support teams from Cordaid; a development organisation involved in disaster response. While enjoying the game in itself, people also got a sense of fulfilment by taking part in the relief efforts in the Philippines.

    Through the crowdsourcing game Cerberus, players are able to detect houses, people, roads, rivers, and other features on the raw images provided to them. From identifying refugees stranded near the end of a dried river bed or diseased crops, to the rate of deforestation in the Amazon, the projects are varied and diverse. They work with companies on illegal fishing, agriculture, emergency rescue and relief, defence, environmental monitoring, telemedicine and planetary exploration.

    During the pre-lunch networking, members and guests were invited to taste some of Canada's bounty. Products from Maple and More were available for sampling. Please visit their website if you wish to purchase their products for yourself or as corporate gifts.

    For more photos from this wonderful event, please visit http://nccc.trade/Annual-Luncheon-2018

  • 09 Oct 2018 21:21 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On October 25, 2018 Prime Minister Rutte of the Netherlands will visit Canada to meet with Prime Minister Trudeau of Canada.

    Parallel to this visit, a business program for companies from the Netherlands will be organized. The program will be hosted by The Embassy of the Netherlands to Canada and The Consulate General of the Netherlands in Toronto, in close collaboration with the NCCC.

    Before joining the Prime Minister in Ottawa, the delegation will visit Toronto on October 23rd and 24th for a business program and individual meetings.

    After visiting Toronto, the delegation will travel to Ottawa where more individual introductions will be made. Following that, the delegation will join Prime Minister Rutte for a bespoke event. This event will be recorded and made available online. During this event selected companies will be asked to share their bilateral trade experiences. The day ends with either an optional Woman In Tech or Climate Adaptation event.

    Sponsorship opportunities for the recording are available for NCCC members. For more information, please contact Julie Allen
  • 28 Sep 2018 13:57 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Welcome to Jacco Mooijer of Proton Ventures.

    Proton Ventures designs and builds small scale ammonia production units on a modular basis.
    This decentralized approach makes it possible to produce "green" ammonia on the basis of gaseous waste (such as torch gas from the O & G industry) but also on the basis of sustainable energy such as hydro power, wind power and solar power.
    The ammonia can act as fertilizer, fuel, hydrogen storage medium, etc., and is very easy to transport.
    The modular, decentralized approach means that the unit can be placed where the product is needed.

    Proton Ventures will be accompanying us to Canada in October for the trade delegation as part of Prime Minster Rutte's visit to Canada.

  • 28 Jun 2018 16:24 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Welcome to our new member Rainmaker Worldwide Inc. 

    The company is headquartered in Peterborough, Canada, with an innovation and manufacturing center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Their patented water technology provides economical drinking water at scale wherever it’s needed. Rainmaker builds two types of energy-efficient, fresh water-producing technologies:

    Air-to-Water, which harvests fresh water from the air

    Water-to-Water, which transforms seawater or polluted water into drinking water

    The technology is both wind and solar powered, is deployable anywhere, and leaves no carbon traces. They also offer options for hybrid, grid and diesel-powered models.

    For more information, see http://www.rainmakerww.com.

  • 31 May 2018 13:38 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Last nights event at Fluevog Shoes in Amsterdam was a great success. Meeting founder John Fluevog and listening to his stories was a real honor. Luck, or dogged determination, (or both) stopped him from going under - not once but twice. This is a tale often told by creative entrepreneurs. I for one, am glad that he not only survives, but thrives.

    I must say that the shoe designs were amazing. I hadn't really thought about the way we walk and how most shoes fight against our natural way of walking and our posture. But trying on some of these shoes made me really consider that, and how a 'decent' pair of shoes can help.

    The official opening in Amsterdam marks a new chapter for this Vancouver based company. Global expansion plans are being developed and keeping an eye on Dutch fashion and design can only inspire them more. I look forward to seeing how a foothold in Europe will affect their collections.

    You can see more pictures from the evening here.

    Julie Allen

  • 01 May 2018 07:29 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The NCCC is pleased to welcome the following new members;

    Kevin Ootman, Stantec
    Monika Sanders, PSPS Consultants
    Petrea Davis, Fluevog Shoes
    Mariette Lutgerink, Lowlands Trade Services
    Stef van Boekel, YPE Member
    Michelle Paauwe,YPE Member

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