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The Final Post of «40 Years in 40 Days»: 2015 – Carolina Avaria is the 10th President of Les Clefs d’Or Canada!
On May 5th 2015, at the 10th National Congress of Les Clefs d’Or Canada, in Whistler, BC, Carolina Avaria, Chef-Concierge at InterContinental Toronto Yorkville, was elected to become the 10th President in Les Clefs d’Or history!
She reached the highest rank of Les Clefs d’Or Canada after Continue Reading
In the Spring of 1995, at the Canadian Chapter Meeting of the Washington, DC Pan-American Congress, Les Clefs d’Or Canada, under the leadership of the President Gerald Parent, wanting to focus on improving communications between the members of the different Regions of the association, decided to launch a new tool for communication, the Newsletter!
The first edition of the Newsletter was published in the Summer of 1995 by Ian Shulman, the very first Editor. Continue Reading
We are pleased to share with you the Fall 2015 Les Clefs d’Or Zone Report of the Americas. This report features Section news submitted by the 5 countries member of the Americas Zone as well as messages from Colin Toomey, our International President, Shujaat Khan, our Zone Director and Anders Ruggiero, our UICH 3rd Vice-President.
It was made possible by the relentless efforts of our Zone Director, Shujaat Khan and we wish to thank him for the wonderful result.
Don’t miss the report from our Canadian President, Carolina Avaria, on pages 11, 12 and 13, for the most recent news about Les Clefs d’Or Canada. Enjoy the reading!
Link to full Zone Report: Continue Reading
It is a great honour to officially step up to the role of Interim President of Canada as we sadly bid farewell to our National President, Mr. Hugo Legrand. These past four years, Hugo and I had the pleasure of collaborating with the entire National Board as he wisely led us through many improvements for Les Clefs d’Or Canada. As a well-deserved tribute to him, I would like to point out some of Canada’s achievements during his two terms as President: Continue Reading