The Leading Voice in Canada-China Business

At the Canada China Business Council, membership means business. We are a truly bilateral non-profit, membership-based organization with six offices in both Canada and China. Founded in 1978, we have been the leading voice of Canada-China businesses for 40 years and provide the knowledge and connections you need to succeed in China and Canada.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks at CCBC's AGM Gala in Shanghai

Premier LI speaks at CCBC's Canada-China Business Forum in Montreal

CCBC 2017 Highlights

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: Message to CCBC Members and Guests at the 2017 AGM.

CCBC's 39th AGM and Policy Conference

CCBC's Policy Conference took place in Toronto on Thursday, September 21, 2017. We welcomed many featured speakers including Toronto Mayor, John Tory, the Ambassador of China to Canada, LU Shaye, and the Ambassador of Canada to China, the Honourable John McCallum.

CCBC's 39 AGM Gala Banquet

The AGM Gala Banquet that welcomed the Honourable Bardish Chagger, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons and Minister of Small Business and Tourism, and the Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of International Trade.

CCBC's 150th Canada Day Fair

CCBC celebrated Canada's 150th birthday in Beijing by featuring over 80 companies and hosting over 2,000 people. It was the biggest Canada Day event outside of Canadian borders and featured Canadian food, beverages, sports, entertainment, and a hockey rink!

CCBC Membership

Canada China Business Council (CCBC) membership offers you and your organization the tools you need to succeed in China. With offices in both Canada and China, our team of professionals provides members with unrivalled business insight, intelligence, networks and connections to overcome the challenges of doing business in another country. We extend your organization’s reach in China by providing on-the-ground guidance and assistance.


CCBC Member Services

CCBC’s services help you reduce your company's risk, shorten your cycle time, and make better decisions - no matter your stage of China development. CCBC’s on-the-ground presence in China helps Canadian companies evaluate the market, enter more quickly, and connect to the resources that will help them succeed. Once established, CCBC helps solve problems and deepen your presence in China.

Services and Support Include:

  • Advice on crafting a China strategy
  • Advice on government relations
  • Executive and insider briefings
  • Private and public sector contacts in China and Canada
  • Analysis of regulatory and policy changes affecting your business
  • Recommendation and introduction Chinese suppliers and business partners

Missions, Meeting, Seminars, and Events

  • CCBC's Annual General Meeting and Policy Conference is the preeminent business gathering for Canada-China business, trade, and investment
  • Canada Day Celebration featuring Canadian food, beverages, and consumer products
  • Meetings for visiting senior government delegations in Canada and China
  • Business and trade missions to and from China
  • Networking events, roundtables, workshops, seminars, and briefing

Inbound Investment in Canada

For Chinese enterprises entering Canada, CCBC can guide you. We can provide business expertise on how to establish your presence. We leverage our deep understanding of Chinese enterprises and our connections with corporate Canada and CCBC members to help our Chinese members succeed in Canada.




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Canada’s Future Economic Prosperity Requires More Collaboration with Chinese Companies

With all the headwinds buffeting international trade and investment, from ongoing negotiations about the future of NAFTA to a growing protectionist sentiment in many countries, it’s important that Canada keep an open mind about new opportunities wherever and whenever they arise. Many of these opportunities come from the second-largest economy in the world—China—but Canadians have sometimes been reluctant to seize them because of a lack of understanding about modern China and outdated perceptions of Chinese businesses, particularly state-owned enterprises, or SOEs.

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Schools Considered Key to Cementing Asia Trade Ties

The shift resulted in two events in Vancouver in early February. A reception focused on connecting the educational institutions of the two countries, as well as promoting networking by alumni of schools with Canada-China links, took place on February 8 at Simon Fraser University’s (SFU) downtown campus. That was followed by a February 9 fundraising luncheon for Educating Girls of Rural China (EGRC), a Vancouver philanthropic group that has put 845 girls through school since the organization launched in 2005.

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