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What do Canadians and Americans have in common? What are the differences? Does it matter? Now you have a venue to discover the answers to these questions and more….

You are cordially invited to a special event sponsored by the Canadian Business Association of North Carolina (CBA-NC), where Canadian and American leaders meet to share knowledge, connect, network, and build awareness around the significance of the U.S.-Canadian relationship. So SAVE THE DATE to come join the conversation to discuss both the commonalities and differences in these two cultures.

As part of our speaker series, CBA-NC is pleased to announce that Jim Westlake will be our distinguished guest speaker for this inaugural event. As Group Head, International Banking and Insurance, Jim is responsible for RBC's banking businesses outside Canada as well as the organization's global insurance and credit card businesses. As a member of Group Executive, he is one of nine executives responsible for setting the overall strategic direction of RBC.

All attendees at this event will be given a complimentary copy of the book "Fire & Ice: The United States, Canada and the Myth of Converging Values" by Michael Adams.

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Date: Wednesday June 16, 2010

Time: 5:00 pm -- 7:00 pm

Location: Cardinal Club, 150 Fayetteville Street Mall, 28th Floor, Raleigh, NC 27601

Gracious thank-you's to our sponsors: RBC Bank, the Canadian Consulate in Raleigh, The Select Group, Quarry Integrated Communications and Savvy Event Designs.

Canadian Business Association of North Carolina

The Canadian Business Association of North Carolina (CBA-NC) is an exchange where leaders meet to share knowledge, connect, network, and build awareness of the significance of the US-Canadian relationship. The association sponsors a distinguished speaker series, focused on cross-border issues and policies of current concern. These and other sponsored events will provide networking opportunities for participants to create new relationships and/or build on existing cross-border relationships. This goal is intended to be helpful in facilitating the successful transition of new companies and individuals arriving in North Carolina, or of North Carolinians pursuing business in Canada.

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