Between home, health, lifestyle and work, we have many hats to wear.
How do we manage it all?
This year’s theme, Finding Balance, came from listening to delegates from past CCFCC conferences. The interactive, hands on, fully functional movement and anecdotal commentary are certain to give you a piece of it all. Everyone will have an opportunity to attend all sessions, so don’t worry about missing out on any. The desired outcome is that you look and feel better about all the topics covered during the conference, and have a new outlook on what it means to find balance.
My best to you all, can’t wait to see you in Calgary,
Anthony McCarthy, CCC Western VP
“This year’s conference is one not to be missed. Calgary 2017 will be filled with great food, educational sessions, competitions and more. Come meet chefs from around the world, connect with old friends and make new ones. See what is new in our business. See you all there.”Donald Gyurkovits, President CCFCC
“Our national Junior and Senior Chef competitions are an important part of our national convention. Not everyone likes to compete but participation takes on many forms. I urge you to attend this year’s conference in Calgary and take in the competitions, as a competitor or as a spectator. Either way, the experience will add to your professional development that is unquestionably valuable to you and those you work with.”
Judson W. Simpson, CMC
Executive Chef, Food Services, House of Commons