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View Digital Version   The flowers are blooming in Vancouver and new life is all around. It has been a busy few months for the CCFCC. Ryan Marquis has been busy putting the final touches on the CCFCC conference in Windsor. It is looking like a program that has not been seen in many years at our national convention. We are pulling out all the stops, so book now for an early bird rate. Over the last few weeks all the regions have had...
Another year has come and gone for the CCFCC. The CCFCC board of directors and I wish you and your family a happy and healthy 2016. 2015 was a year full of ups and downs for the CCFCC across the country.  We have lost a Chapter but at the same time some of our chapters have seen record growth. The CCFCC is still seen as a driving force in the culinary community around country. A few of the many highlights for 2015: In 2015 we had a...
Hello Everyone and welcome back. I hope you all enjoyed a summer of food, fun and family. As I write this in my office I feel the fall air coming off the ocean. It’s a little different then the heat we experienced a month ago. Summer has been a slow time for most of us just doing our day to day jobs and enjoying life. Now that September is here, we hit the ground running. The board will hold its first meeting early in the month with plenty...
VIEW ISSUE Summer is here, bringing record heat in Vancouver. Summer is a time to take time for ourselves and prepare for September. The Newfoundland chefs did not disappoint the CCFCC and delivered a great conference.The food, fun, and educational sessions lived up to their billing. The competitions in Newfoundland were amazing and I congratulate all the competitors on a job well done. I would like to welcome all the new national board...
VIEW ISSUE The spring has sprung in Vancouver. The flowers and trees are in bloom here, while across the country, people are digging out from record snowfalls. And the CCFCC still moves along like a well-oiled machine (much like those snowplows folks are using out east).  The CCFCC/Saputo junior culinary challenge is happening now and the winners will join us in Newfoundland for the national conference to compete for CCFCC/Saputo junior...
Hello and welcome to the 4th edition of Mise en Place. Some exciting news—the members of the CCFCC have approved our bid for the 2018 WACS Congress. We are off to Norway to present our bid to the world at the 2014 WACS Congress.  The 2014 CCFCC Conference in Gatineau, Quebec was highly successful. The friendships and learning that took place over those few days was one that will not be forgotten soon. The CCFCC junior chefs’ icebreaker...
2013 is out and 2014 has begun. We have had our regional conferences and all have been successes.  There was a new Central VP elected. Chef Ryan Marquis now will take on the role. I would like to thank Ahron Goldman for his years of hard work for the CCFCC.  Our CCI programs are moving ahead as expected and some exciting changes are coming. Stay tuned for updates.  Our junior and senior provincial challenges are near...
The first issue was an overwhelming success and we are building on that success. 2013 has been a great year for the federation with a rising membership plus the addition of a new chapter, and the resurrection of some of our old chapters.  The 50th anniversary year had many great events across the country: our first International Pasta Day and our International Chefs’ Day.  We elected both a new CCFCC culinary team Canada and CCFCC...
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