Monthly Archives: September 2017

Email for the Canadian Network, NC

The Canadian Network of North Carolina now has an email address! You can reach us at canadiannetworknc ( a ) gmail.com.
Please add our email to your contacts.

As the merger between CanSouth and CBA-NC progresses we will setup up social accounts as well as a blog and website. We will keep you updated via the CanSouth blog, Facebook page and LinkedIn as well as CBA-NC’s Facebook page.

Bear with us as we strive to form a new group that will comprehensively serve Canadians in North Carolina.

 

Durham’s Monarch Festival

Monarch butterflies migrate from Canada to Mexico, by way of Durham, NC!

The Canadian community is invited to celebrate Durham’s Monarch Festival on October 14, from 10am to 4pm, in Sandy Creek Park. Information and directions can be found here: http://keepdurhambeautiful.org/our-events/monarchfestival/

Understanding the Impact of NAFTA on the North Carolina Economy

As Canadians, you may be interested in this upcoming event about the impact of the North America Free Trade Agreement in North Carolina.

The event is organised by OWIT (the Organization of Women in International Trade – Greater Triangle, NC) and will be held on October 17.

Access event details and program (PDF) or register online!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Announcing the Canadian Network of North Carolina

There are some big changes coming to our group this fall.  CanSouth will officially be merging with the Canadian Business Association of North Carolina (CBA-NC) and forming a new group to comprehensively serve Canadians in the area. The new group will have a social presence, host the Canada Booth at the International Festival, provide a forum to ask questions and obtain information on a variety of services, and focus on professional networking activities.

The new group will be called the Canadian Network of North Carolina.

We are of course going to need your help to make this merger successful. In the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing additional information and asking for your feedback on several things.

  • Be on the lookout for information about our updated Facebook page, website and  email address.
  • Stay tuned for an invitation to our first Canadian Network NC social event, an informal meeting to get to know new members, ask questions and provide input on the new group.
  • Vote on the new group logo! We’ll be sending out a survey to get your input on our new look.
  • Weigh in on additional services we can offer and how best to serve you.

So please keep an eye on your emails for additional communications and don’t miss the opportunity to share your feedback.

Don’t receive our emails? Email info@cansouth.com to be added to our mailing list!