On this the eve of our 64th Anniversary celebrations I ask all members and friends of Les Clefs d’Or to join with us in commemorating this very special occasion. As our wonderful association continues to develop and extend its global reach, we remember today those pioneering Concierge whose vision and persistence paved the way for our current success. In creating a society that promotes the values of networking, education and goodwill amongst our membership they have ensured the future viability of our profession and we thank them for their inspirational early leadership.
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With kind regards,
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 2012, Matthew Wu, concierge at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia, in Vancouver, BC, was the Canadian nominee to participate in the prestigious Andy Pongco Award contest, held during the 59th International Congress, in London, England. Matthew had some very strong competition from 10 other young Concierges from around the world and he emerged as the winner of the contest.
He is the only Canadian to win the Andy Pongco Award.
On May 5th 2011, at the 58th Les Clefs d’Or – UICH International Congress in Toronto, Virginia Casale, from Montreal, Canada, is elected International President of Les Clefs d’Or – UICH, becoming the first Canadian and second woman to access to the highest rank of Les Clefs d’Or. Continue Reading
In 2009, Les Clefs d’Or Canada elected Toni Daoud, then Chef-Concierge at the Sutton Place Hotel Toronto, as its 8th National President. Continue Reading