Avcorp Industries Inc.
DLA Piper (Canada) LLP
HONORARY VICE PRESIDENTA. John Ellis
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT & TREASURER
RM Catalysts Ltd.
All of the foregoing Society Officers plus the following ex-officio committee members
(representing the noted affiliated organizations)
Angela Hollinger, CJSBC Executive Director
William McMichael, CJSBC Events Chair
Rochelle Bacigalupo (Global Affairs Canada)
Paul Irwin (BC Ministry of International Trade)
Edward Takayanagi (Vancouver Mokuyokai Society)
Steven J. Archer A B, Avcorp Industries Inc.
Rochelle BacigalupoA, Foreign Affairs Trade and Development
Robert T. Banno A, DLA Piper (Canada) LLP
Donald W. Campbell, DLA Piper (Canada) LLP
David Edgington, UBC Institute of Japanese Research
A. John Ellis A B C D E
Maurice Fellis D E
Nathan Ganapathi, Ganapathi and Company
Bill Gruenthal, KRG Insurance Brokers (Western) Inc.
Colin Hansen, Advantage BC International Business Centre
Arthur S. Hara
Mitsuo Hayashi, Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre
Angela Hollinger A, CE Energy Development Corporation
Paul Irwin A, BC Ministry of International Trade
Kaz Kadono, Listel Canada Ltd.
Kazuko Komatsu, Pacific Western Brewing Co.
James Lemoine, Bull, Housser & Tupper LLP
Maria Lu, Air Canada
Russell T. Mark A B D, RM Catalysts Ltd.
Anthony P. McArthur A, DLA Piper (Canada) LLP
William McMichael A, Pacific Community Resource Services
Jerry Miyauchi, Japan Airlines
John S. Montgomery, J. Montgomery & Associates Ltd.
Asako Okai A B E F, Japanese Consul-General
Toru Sano, Mitsui & Co. (Canada) Ltd.
Richard Sawchuck, BC Ministry of International Trade
Jason Scharfe, Marsh Canada Limited
John W. Tak A B
Edward Takayanagi, Vancouver Mokuyokai Society
Leslie Teramoto, BC Ministry of International Trade
David Wallace, D. H. Wallace & Associates Ltd.
Hiroshi Yamamoto, Colliers International
Matthew Yoshitake, Cascadia Ecohomes Ltd.
AMember of Executive Committee B Officer C Honorary Vice President
D Past President E Honorary Member F Honorary Chairman
The Canada-Japan Society of British Columbia (CJSBC) is Canada’s longest standing Asian bilateral business association, with origins dating back to 1928. The goals of the Canada-Japan Society of British Columbia are: "To encourage and to increase the opportunities in British Columbia for the extension of friendship and understanding between the people of Canada and the people of Japan." The Society also aims to increase business and cultural relations between Canada and Japan in British Columbia, with a series of focused networking opportunities throughout the year.