"I think there are two main areas where the Chamber provides value in my case; one is access to market information, on the supply and demand sides; and second, in facilitating contacts and introductions to people and organizations in Canada and Perú"... declared Carlos.
This month we present Valeria Cardozo, member of the Chamber’s Board of Directors. She has been associated with the Chamber for over 2 years now, and has more than 14 years of experience providing audit services to large and medium sized corporations over a wide variety of industries in Peru, Canada and the UK.
The Consulate General of Peru in Toronto is pleased to present to the Peruvian and Canadian community the "Guide of Peruvian Restaurants in GTA, Toronto, 2020", which seeks to spread the wealth of the gastronomy and typical drinks of our beloved Peru.
Peru has been selected —thanks to its biological diversity and along with other four countries— to join the "Mapping Nature for People and Planet" Project, which will use geospatial data to identify essential life support areas (ELSAs), the Ministry of Environment (Minam) has reported.
Kuno Kafka, Executive Director & Senior Counsel at Antofagasta Minerals Canada, is responsible for Antofagasta Minerals’ Canadian office and represents the company here in Canada.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs is working intensively through agreements with State entities, to ensure that Peruvian compatriots, who live in the country or abroad, can virtually carry out their consular procedures.
This month, meet our dynamic director Ana Maria Villaran. A real estate consultant by the day, Ana has over 20 years of experience in Banking, Wealth Management and Consulting.
"Canada is committed to assisting Peru to ensure the timely provision of health services in the midst of this health emergency due to the new coronavirus", said Mr. Ralph Jansen
First of our Webinar Series, given the chamber’s industry focus for this year and the current times. The virtual event would host a panel of industry experts who would share their experiences and insights into what lies ahead, as the economy reopens.
The Canadian Embassy confirmed its support for the “Peru with Plasma” project, sponsored by the “Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia”, and led by scientists from that university. A financing through the Canadian Fund for Local Initiatives...