Minister Fast Announces Trade Mission to Philippines

April 10, 2015 – Vancouver, British Columbia – International Trade Minister Ed Fast announces that he will lead a trade mission to Manila and Cebu, Philippines, from May 24 to 28, 2015, accompanied by Senator Tobias Enverga Jr. Minister Fast made the announcement while participating in a round table with business representatives from the Filipino-Canadian [...]


Going Global: The Philippine Retirement, Tourism & Wellness Conference | May 19, 2015

The Philippines is at its prime growth and a significant percentage of this is attributed to its booming tourism and its related sectors in retirement, healthcare, and medical tourism.  The government recognized the potential and indicated these as priority sectors where development will generate investments, employment, expand strategic alliances and business partnerships to create more [...]

CanCham Going Global Conference MAY 19

ICT AWARDS 2015 Winners

Congratulations to the ICT Awards 2015 Winners!

The 9th International ICT Awards Philippines Winners March 24, 2015, Marriott Hotel Manila   Best Company of the Year Cognizant Technology Solutions Philippines, Inc. Best Employer of the Year Lexmark Cebu Best Filipino-owned Company of the Year Pointwest Technologies Corporation Best Company of the Year Outside NCR Lexmark Cebu Best Global In-house Center of the [...]

CanCham’s position on mining & declaration of mining-free zones

The position of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (CanCham) on mining and on declaration of mining-free zones in the Philippines was sent by CanCham President Julian Payne to the Senate Committee on Environment and Natural Resources on February 20. This followed his attendance at the meeting of the Senate Committee on February [...]

CanCham recommends national land-use plan before declaring mining-free zones

Manila, February 24, 2015 – The Canadian Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (CanCham) has recommended to the Senate Committee on Environment and Natural Resources that it not approve proposed province-wide declarations of mining-free zones until after a national land-use plan has been first approved, and it is confirmed that any such declaration is consistent [...]