Meet our members – Telx Inc.

Telx Inc. is a phone and internet service provider offering Business Phone Service, Business Phone Systems, and Office Phone Solutions in Toronto and GTA for over 15 years.

Founded in 2003, Telx Inc. is a next-generation Internet, telephone, and long-distance provider with a mission to utilize new and emerging technologies of Internet telephony. Telx Inc. is a Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunication Commission certified Re-seller of Telecommunications Services. Telx Inc. offers high-quality long-distance calling to any destination at very competitive prices.

The company provides both business and home services:

  • business and home internet
  • business and home phone solutions
  • TV
  • long-distance calling
  • CRM integration
  • hosted PBX

More info on Telx Inc. website and FB page

Statement on the case between TIU Canada and the Nikopol Ferroalloy Plant (NFZ)

The Canadian-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce (CUCC) continues to closely monitor developments surrounding a lawsuit in which the Canadian renewable energy investor TIU Canada is defending its rights against the Nikopol Ferroalloy Plant in connection with the illegal shutdown of its Nikopol solar power plant from the power grid.

The company, also a member of CUCC, appealed the initial decision of the Commercial Court of Kyiv. The first hearing in the appeal process was supposed to take place on April 12, 2021, but was postponed due to the judge’s illness and a reported bomb threat towards the Northern Commercial Court of Appeal in Kyiv. The next meeting is scheduled for May 17, 2021, at 11.40 AM. According to TIU Canada, they are fully committed to asserting their rights, including with the Supreme Court of Ukraine.

As the largest Ukrainian Canadian business association, we cannot stand aside and express our hopes that the rule of law will prevail in this matter. What is also important is the continued public discourse this situation has gained abroad, especially in Canada, where high-ranking politicians have published direct statements on the matter. This continued attention may cause further negative impacts on Ukraine’s investment image and exacerbate the tendency to reduce foreign investment due to further negative signals regarding the investment climate.

We call on the Government of Ukraine to bring further attention to this case, promote equal conditions for doing business for all stakeholders in compliance with the norms and provisions set forth in the legislation of Ukraine. We also call on the Government of Ukraine to adhere to their own prior public statements on foreign investment protection.

Expanding business to Canada Program

Our friends at Mills&Mills LLP and InterJurisconsult are hosting an Expanding business to Canada Program on April 28, 2021.

Participants will be able to learn key questions and concerns regarding legal issues of starting and doing business in Canada delivered by three experienced lawyers:

  • Taras Kulish, business lawyer
  • Sabina Mexis, tax lawyer
  • Joseph Milevich, immigration lawyer

Q&A session will follow each presentation.

To get your ticket go to https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/expanding-business-to-canada-tickets-134801285273?aff=erelexpmlt

Members of CUCC in Canada and Ukraine enjoy a special discount to participate in the event.

Contact us at info@cucc.ca or ukraine@cucc.ca to get a code.

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Partner Event – MIPIM “The growing role of alternative and responsible investments”

On March 10th Ukraine at MIPIM will host the first online meeting on the growing role of alternative, responsible, and impact investments in a post-COVID future involving international real estate players

As part of the preparation for MIPIM, the international property investment exhibition taking place annually in Cannes, Ukrainian representatives will host the first online meeting on March 10th.  The main topic of the event is the growing role of alternative and responsible investments.

The online discussion aimed to answer the following questions:

  • Which asset classes are in the focus of investors after the pandemic?
  • What are the investment moods in the world — challenges, opportunities, transformation for the countries and cities?
  • What is the role of responsible investments in real estate today?
  • How will projects, cities, and countries compete for investors?

Speakers:

  • Mathieu de Bruin, Managing Partner at Portico Investments (Netherlands)
  • Aida Feriz, Executive Director at Wimmer Family Office (Great Britain)
  • Yuriy Fyliuk, CEO at Promprylad.Renovation (Ukraine)
  • Wolfgang Gomernik, CEO at DELTA Ukraine (Ukraine/Austria)

Moderators:

  • Yuriy Kryvosheya, President and Managing Director at Toronto-Kyiv 
  • Anna Nestulia, Principal at Invest in Projects | STRIX. 

The main language of the event is English

Fill in for registration  https://forms.gle/5XanteWfegn3Lcbr7