Presenting Potential Exploration and Mining Projects in Mongolia
The Ministry of Mining of Mongolia, Embassy of Mongolia to Canada, Mineral Resource Authority of Mongolia, Investment Agency of Mongolia, North America-Mongolia Business Council, Canada Mongolia Chamber of Commerce and Business Council of Mongolia are pleased to invite you to attend the "Mongolian Mining Forum” taking place during this year’s PDAC Convention on March 8th, 2016 in Toronto, Canada.
A Mongolian delegation lead by Mongolian Minister of Finance, will consist of Heads of Mineral Resources Authority of Mongolia (MRAM) and Invest Mongolia Agency, and Chief Executives of major Mongolian mining companies including Erdenes Mongol LLC, Erdenes Tavan Tolgoi JSC, Baganuur JSC, Shivee Ovoo JSC, Mongolrostsvetmet LLC and Darkhan Metallurgical Plant JSC and Ulaanbaatar Railway JVC.
The Forum will provide a unique opportunity for businesses and investors to:
When: Tuesday, March 8th, 2016 at 09:00 a.m. - 01:00 p.m.
Where: The Fairmont Royal York, Confederation Room 5 & 6, 100 Front Street West, Toronto, ON M5J 1E3
Participation in this event is free but advance registration is required by February 26, 2016.
To RSVP or for more information, please contact:
Bolor Sambuu, Executive Director of Canada Mongolia Chamber of Commerce
C: +1 (647) 447-0214
Ulziibayar Gonchig, Trade Counsellor, Embassy of Mongolia to Canada
C: +1 (613) 400-3045
Save the date and join us as we discuss Mongolian mining investment opportunities for investors.
For more details on Mongolian mining projects, please visit our booth at PDAC #3330.
For more information, please go to: http://mongolianminingforum2016.weebly.com/
Mongolian Entrepreneurship Summit 2015/ Монголын Энтрепренёруудын Нэгдсэн Чуулган 2015: Зочин Илтгэгч Стюарт Брауны / Speaker Stuart Browne, CEO & Founder, pycap inc
Planet in Focus 16th Environmental Film Festival & Canada Mongolia Chamber of Commerce present "Mongolian Rhapsody" Directed By Paddy Hayes
Mongolia/Ireland | 2015 | documentary | 39 min
This poetic Irish film reveals the importance of nature to Mongolian culture and traditional music. Irish fiddler Daire Bracken learns that songs not only speak about nature, but that sounds in the music imitate natural sounds. Mongolian throat singing may well have been created to mimic the sound of wind blowing from the mountains. Daire learns the importance of horses to nomadic culture. And he discovers that the horse headed fiddle is an ode to the significance of the horse in traditional culture. Beautiful music played by the Daire and a throat singer is a highlight of this respectful doc.
Sunday, October 25th 2015, Innis College, 4:00PM
Co-presented by the Canada Mongolia Chamber of Commerce
When: Sunday, Oct 25, 2015 4:00 PM (Doors open at 3:40 PM)
Where: Innis College, 2 Sussex Avenue (at St. George – U of T Campus)
Ticket Price: CAD $10.00 - CAD $15.00
Door Time: 3:40 PM
Q&A 5:35-5:50 PM
Paddy Hayes founded Magamedia 10 years ago in Conamara and has since produced a catalogue of award winning dramas and documentaries. Awards winning documentaries include The Hood and the Collar and Diabhal ag an Damhsa
“Монгол Орны Хөгжилд: Гадаад Дахь Бизнэс Эрхлэлтийн Орчин, Туршлага” III Чуулга Уулзалт 2016 Оны 6-Р Сард Торонто Хотноо Болно
The Mongolia Business Summit is jointly organized by the Mongolia Economic Forum and Business Summit Foundation. Initiated in 2014 by entrepreneurs, and supported by the Government of Mongolia, the Summit serves as a high profile platform for the most comprehensive exchange of information on business opportunities in Mongolia as well as a networking session among key players from all sectors.
The Mongolia Business Summit will be held on June 18-20, 2015 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Over 400 participants are expected to attend, including government officials, entrepreneurs and international representatives who will gather at Ikh Tenger Complex, in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
You will be interacting with a wide range of leading Mongolian and international business executives. Moreover, the event will also feature an exclusive ballet performance entitled “Welcome to Mongolia-2015″.
Why should you attend?
Canada Mongolia Chamber of Commerce (CMCC) helps Canadian and Mongolian businesses in their expansion efforts and aids them in finding strong business partners. We also represent businesses at local trade shows and, most importantly, we help in thorough market research and entry. Our areas of focus consist mainly in agriculture, mining, construction & real estate, tourism, energy & infrastructure.
Our team will offer businesses consulting services such as business partner searches and representation as well as additional services such as booking hotels, flights & B2B meetings arrangement during this summit in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1-647-447-0214 for additional information. We look forward to working for and with you!
Ms. Bolor Sambuu, Executive Director
Canada Mongolia Chamber of Commerce
Road Map 2015 - Graduation & Beyond
We also caught up with Edwin Michielson from Aligali who is passionate about Mongolia and Mongolian Studies.
Short Biography of Amai
Zolbayar Jambalsuren, commonly known as Amai (his artist name) was born on June 28th, 1979 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. He studied at the Mongolian National University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Foreign Affairs in Japanese Studies. Soon after, he enrolled in the Academy of Business and Administration of Mongolia and the Mongolian University of Culture. He irrevocably values Mongolian music and culture, its uniqueness and beauty. Since November 4th, 2005 until May 16th, 2010, he visited 69 countries and spent 1665 days on the road. Last year he travelled to North & Central America and reached 86 countries.
Amai has been honored as a “hero of the youth” by the public and received the honorary “Medal of Friendship” by the Union of Peace and Friendship, the highest academic medal “Khublai Khaan” by the Academy of Science and Technology of Mongolia and his writings received the highest nomination in 2011 by the Mongolian Journalist Association. Also, the Academy of Foreign Studies awarded Amai the title of “Professor of Foreign Studies”. Amai wrote and published “Amazing World” and “Life is beautiful” which are both narratives about his travels and his inner journey.
Amai is a committed traveler, militating against global warming and standing up for the respect and love of the Earth, which is represented by Mother God in the Mongolian traditional belief of Tengriism.
When: on Sunday April 5th, 2015
Time: 12 PM - 6 PM
Where: Nile Academy High School - 135 Plunkett Rd, North York, ON M9L 2J7 (Islington & Steeles )
Turkiye, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhsitan, Kyrgyzstan, Tatarishtan, Kirim Turks , Kuzey Irak Turkmens , Bashkortostan,
Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Cerkes Turks, Mongolia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Afghanistan, Uyghurs, Pakistan, Philippines, Somalia
FOOD CONTEST, MUSIC- FOLK DANCE, KIDS CORNER
AND MUCH MORE ...
Organized by : Intercultural Dialogue Institute
Sponsored by : Citizenship and Immigration Canada
Chamber of Commerce
Centre For Social Innovation
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