Cleantech Cluster Opportunities in Eastern Germany – Innovative Water Technologies for Smart Cities
GTAI Investment Promotion Event – Cleantech Cluster Opportunities in Eastern Germany
Germany Trade & Invest and its partners cordially invite the German Canadian Business Association, as well as members of the public, to a breakfast seminar on “Cleantech Cluster Opportunities in Eastern Germany – Innovative Water Technologies for Smart Cities”. The seminar will take place on Wednesday, June 27, from 09:30 am – 12:30 pm at the Waterview.
Experts from Canada and Germany will share their knowledge and expertise about the region’s thriving Cleantech sector underlining its international significance. If you want to learn more about how Canadian companies can profit from Europe’s strongest economy, don’t miss out. Please note that this is an industry event.
Begin: 09:00 AM
Location:Waterview, 1661 Granville St, 2nd floor, Vancouver, BC V6Z 1N3
Please join us to find out more about business opportunities in Germany’s – and particularly Eastern Germany’s – thriving water technologies and cleantech industry. A comprehensive market overview will be complemented by insights into a Canadian company’s experience of investing in Germany. Moreover, this event will facilitate a knowledge exchange between experts from Canada and Germany.
Pioneering environmental policy and a supportive legal framework have helped establish Germany as one of the leading markets for sustainable water technologies. With a world market share of 11 percent and an expected annual growth of almost 12 percent until 2025, Germany offers attractive opportunities for innovative water technologies
Learn more at this link: CleantechClusterOpportunities.html
Here are my selections: (photos below)
- Vancouver Alpen Club – 4875 Victoria Drive (all games) – Original German Haus
- Manchester Pub – 1941 W Broadway (all games) – The Official German House
- Blenheim Pub – 3293 West 4th Avenue (Saturday, June 23, 2018) (Brand new location)
- The Pint Vancouver – 455 Abbott Street (mainly Germany, Brazil & Mexico) – has two floors
- Red Card Sports Bar – 560 Smithe Street (all games) – German Language Meetup Group uses this venue
Germany in the FIFA World Cup
Group F with Mexico, Sweden and South Korea
Matchday 1 – Sunday, June 17, 2018 8 am – Mexico
Matchday 2 – Saturday, June 23, 2018 11 am – Sweden
Matchday 3 – Wednesday, June 27, 2018 7 am – South Korea
What About the Swiss?
Group E with Brazil, Serbia & Costa Rica
Matchday 1 – Sunday, June 17, 2018 at 11 am – Brazil
Matchday 2 – Friday, June 22, 2018 at 11 am – Serbia
Matchday 3 – Wednesday, June 27, 2018 at 11 am – Costa Rica
Other Places Around Vancouver
The American, 926 Main Street (Fr+Sa from 8 am, So-Th from 10 am)
Phat Sports Lounge Yaletown, 1055 Mainland Street (starting 8 am)
secondflooreaterybar 808 Bute Street (1st/2nd game, maybe 3rd)
Cinema Public House, 901 Granville Street (1st, otherwise from 11 am)
Colony Bar, 3255 W Broadway (from 11 am, knockout round from 7 am)
Kamei Baru, 990 Smithe Street (from 11 am)
The Charles Bar, 136 W Cordova Street (from 11 am)
One Under, 476 Granville Street (from 11 am)
BC Kitchen, 39 Smithe Street (from 11 am, earlier if there’s an audience)
Shark Club, 180 W Georgia Street (from 11 am)
Timber – 1300 Robson Street, Vancouver
Right here in BC
Recently received this comment:
I saw your recent post at Westcoast German News concerning concentration
camps in Canada during the Great War. You may be interested to know that
members of the Vernon and District Family History Society have been
researching the camps in this area. I’ve attached a flyer about a
28-page booklet recently published as a kind of “interim report” on our
findings. (I think people have been surprised at how much the story
concerns Germans, rather than Ukrainians.)
Vernon & District Family History Society (http://www.vdfhs.com/) is a non-profit genealogical association. It first secured a grant from the Canadian World War I Internment Recognition Fund to restore headstones of the (11) prisoners who died in the Vernon Internment Camp, and to research their histories. Then it received a second grant to research in detail the Vernon camp as well as three others in this vicinity: Monashee, Edgewood, and Mara Lake.
A committee has been working for three years on the project, and has amassed a significant amount of new information from foreign archives, private collections, and newspapers with which to supplement surviving records in the national archives.
The great thing about the research is the detail we have been able to bring to stories of several prisoners, and to some of the guards as well. The Vernon camp generally held 250-350 people, most of them single German men, and a couple of dozen families and children. They were very diverse in their education, background, and politics, but despite that managed to create a remarkable “community” for a time. Most were deported in the course of 1919. We have managed to identify some of their ancestors and gain access to some remarkable collections of letters and photos, small and large. The booklet features several of these.
No buildings remain in any of the camp locations. Most shelters were woodframe or tents, and are long gone. A “brick building” acted as the administration office at Vernon Internment Camp, but was demolished in the 1940s. (The 10-acre site is now a public school and sports ground.) The Canadian World War I Internment Recognition Fund has funded memorial plaques for all these locations.
Are you a cook looking to work in downtown Vancouver?
Message sent in by Benni (in German)
Ich arbeite momentan im American cheesesteak Restaurant in 781 davie st. und werde meinen Job als Koch dort Anfang Juni niederlegen. Deshalb sucht das cheesesteak einen Nachfolger. Bewerbungen sind ab sofort möglich! Die Tätigkeit als Koch in dem Restaurant ist schnell zu erlernen und benötigt keine Erfahrungen in diesem Bereich.
781 Davie Street, Vancouver, BC
A contemporary take on the cheesesteak sub shop, The American Cheesesteak Co. was founded on a passion for cheesesteak—a delicious concoction of beef and melted cheese that has become a sandwich of legendary proportions.
Brothers Pat and Harry Olivieri invented the iconic sandwich at their hot dog stand near South Philadelphia’s Italian Market in the 1930s. The cheesesteak became so popular that the pair stopped selling hot dogs altogether, later opening the renowned Pat’s King of Steaks in the place where their stand once stood. Today, Philadelphia has more than 2000 restaurants dedicated to serving this indulgence.
The American Cheesesteak Co. is proud to be the first Vancouver restaurant dedicated to this Italian-American tradition, serving authentic cheesesteaks crafted using the finest ingredients. Our sandwiches—made from tender shaved prime rib, proprietary seasonings, savory cheeses and freshly baked bread—are individually prepared and grilled to order.
In addition to the classic sandwich, we feature specialty cheesesteaks exclusive to The American Cheesesteak Co. These creations are our versions of the venerable classics and are not available anywhere else in North America.
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We are also excited to introduce our advertisers, who will now have their ads posted on the advertising page of Westcoast German News.
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