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CANNABIS REGULATION IN BRAZIL: OVERVIEW AND PERSPECTIVES

  • November 27, 2019
  • BCCC

Currently, the medical use of Cannabis sativa is permitted in 40 countries, while a handful of others also allow its recreational use. Combined, they represented an 18-billion- dollar global market in 2018, according to Bank of Montreal (1), and that market could skyrocket to nearly 194 billion dollars by 2026, as new countries regulat...

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Brazil and Canada workplaces – Reflections of our Societies

  • July 19, 2019
  • BCCC

Cultural differences between countries are sometimes reflected in their languages, dances, music, and culinary habits. With globalization and the ability of many corporations to operate in multiple countries, comes the need to understand the impact that a local culture has on the organizational culture. When comparing Brazil with Canad...

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BRAZIL-CANADA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE APPOINTS NEW MANAGEMENT TEAM AND LEADERSHIP FOR THEIR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

  • July 15, 2019
  • BCCC

BRAZIL-CANADA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE APPOINTS NEW MANAGEMENT TEAM AND LEADERSHIP FOR THEIR BOARD OF DIRECTORS Daniel Ricica, a Canadian executive with vast experience working in Canada and Brazil was elected the new Co-Chair. Alongside with Cory McPhee, they will lead the team with the mandate of strengthening and growing commercial relation...

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Brazilian solutions with potential to reach the Canadian market arrive in Toronto

  • June 17, 2019
  • BCCC

Brazilian solutions with potential to reach the Canadian market arrive in Toronto Focus is on the Artificial Intelligence, Health and Fintech industries Between June 23 and 28, 19 Brazilian startups will take part in an internationalization mission within the StartOut Brasil program in Toronto. The startups seek to start commercial operat...

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Responding to Brazilian Mining Tragedy: Entrepreneurs Earn High Praise For Life Improving Donation

  • March 13, 2019
  • BCCC

March 12, 2019 PETERBOROUGH, ON – Thousands of miles from Peterborough, the town of Brumadinho Brazil and at least a dozen nearby rural communities received a life-improving boost this week in their struggle to survive the aftermath of a devastating mining disaster that buried homes, businesses, roads and farms with thousands of ton...

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Risk and sustainability of the mining sector in debate in Brazil-Canada at PDAC

  • March 1, 2019
  • BCCC

Panel will have international experts such as Veronica Nyhan Jones, Sustainable Infrastructure Advisory at IFC World Bank Group, as well as Tom Butler, the CEO at International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) TORONTO, March 1st, 2019 – The mining sector evolves a complex environment, from intricate regulations to multiple risks. The...

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