The Canada-Florida Chamber of Commerce is a private not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of bilateral trade and investment. Our dynamic team, comprised of a 20-person board of directors, two full-time managers, and hundreds of dues-paying members, drives millions of dollars in trade. Signature activities include trade missions, personalized consulting services, seminars covering topics ranging from tax to immigration, international conferences, and networking events where attendees engage in discussions to foster mutual prosperity. CFCC has offices in Montreal, Quebec and Plantation, Florida. Our Toronto and Orlando activities are launching in 2018.
We began in June 2009 when attorney Marcel Racicot launched the Quebec-Florida Chamber of Commerce (QFCC) in Montreal.
An expanding team on both sides of the border facilitated the 2015 opening of a second office in Plantation, located just outside Fort Lauderdale
The QFCC board voted unanimously to expand QFCC’s mission, vision and activities to thus become the Canada-Florida Chamber of Commerce (CFCC)
Canada’s Minister of Transport, The Honourable Marc Garneau, presented the CFCC board members with a certificate of recognition at a Fort Lauderdale luncheon organized by our team and the Consulate General of Canada in Miami.
Unveiling of the Canada-Florida Chamber of Commerce builds on a dynamic history of bilateral trade.