Dear Members and Friends,
On March 7th the Canadian National Board arrived in Montreal for two days of meetings leading into what would become an INCREDIBLY MEMORABLE 19th Pan-American Congress. Our seven united regions focused on collaboration as we tackled new and old challenges, prepared to legally register our Association as Not for Profit and lead the country into celebrations of our 40th Anniversary!
The Montreal Region, lead by our passionate Congress Chairperson, Chanel Mongeon, left all of us in attendance (including our International President, Colin Toomey and General Secretary, James Ridenour), absolutely thrilled with the flawless execution of their program. They asked “Voulez-Vous Montreal?” Continue Reading
40 Years in 40 Days; The History of Les Clefs d’Or Canada. Part of the 40th Anniversary celebrations that will continue throughout 2016.
In July 1991, the city of Montreal was host to the 2nd National Congress with the Montreal Region Director, Mr. Georges Bouissière, as the Congress Chairman. The highlight of this event for seven new members was certainly when they received their Golden Keys from International President Mr. Jean Gillet, the son of Les Clefs d’Or – UICH’s founder, Ferdinand Gillet!
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In September 1975, 6 Concierges from 6 of the best hotels in Toronto decided to create the Association Les Clefs d’Or Canada and met for the first time, at the Rothman’s Car Museum, to discuss various subjects pertaining to Les Clefs d’Or and to the Concierge profession.
Those 6 pioneer Concierges from Toronto Continue Reading
Welcome to the Celebration of Les Clefs d’Or Canada‘s 40th Anniversary. To highlight our 40th, we offer you «40 Years in 40 Days». Today, Day 1, we go back to 1976, on November 8th, Les Clefs d’Or Canada is accepted as the 18th Section of Les Clefs d’Or – UICH (Union Internationale des Concierges d’Hôtels) during the General Assembly of the International Congress, held in Lisbon, Portugal. Continue Reading