Established in 1973, the Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce (BCCC) is a business association with the primary objective of fostering stronger commercial relations between Brazil and Canada.

Headquartered in Toronto, the BCCC is incorporated under the Canada Corporation Act and is composed of a volunteer Board of Directors, Industry Committees and a Chapter in Winnipeg, composed of renowned industries leaders and experts in doing business between Brazil and Canada.

The BCCC plays a vital role in linking players from private and government sectors who work together to strengthen bilateral trade and investments opportunities.

The BCCC facilitates dialogue among Brazilian and Canadian companies and governments and assist our members in identifying key opportunities to expand their activities. As a forum that involves senior business and diplomatic corps with interest in Brazil and Canada, the BCCC keeps our members informed about the latest political and economic developments that may impact trade and investment between Brazil and Canada.

Our members represent a wide variety of business sectors, including but not limited to mining, oil & gas, infrastructure, science & technology, education, health care, clean energy, pharmaceutical, agriculture, nanotechnology, as well as representatives of the Brazilian and Canadian governments and agencies.

BCCC Mission

To continue strengthening and growing the link between Brazil and Canada and provide a solid platform for bilateral business by highlighting the multiple investment and trade opportunities that both countries have to offer to our members.

BCCC Goals

To assist our members in doing business in both Brazil and Canada by providing key tools, resources and a neutral forum for members to conduct their activities including networking with their peers, experts, customers and related stakeholders, including government representatives of both countries.

Our goals also include the delivery of best practices in governance, business information and opportunities in Brazil and Canada, strategic partnerships and member value.