2011 & Earlier

December 3, 2011
FCCP Christmas Party

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The 2011 FCCP Annual Joint Sections Christmas Party will be held on December 3, 2011 (Saturday) at the Regal Chinese Cuisine and Banquet Hall (formerly Ruby Chinese Restaurant) - 1571 Sandhurst Circle. (Note new venue.) You are cordially invited to join the party. Live music, show and dance for family! Please reserve your tickets with your section directors now. Seats are limited (sold out early every year)!

Sunday, November 27, 2011
Joint FCCP and CCMS Conference
“The Chinese Syndrome”
A symposium on diseases with Greater Prevalence and Importance in the Chinese Population

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Location:
Seneca Conference Room
Stage West
5400 Dixie Road
Mississauga, Ontario

Agenda:

12:30 PM - 13:00 PM Registration

13:00 PM - 13:15 PM Welcome from CCMS and FCCP Presidents

13:15 PM - 14:15 PM What is New in Diabetes? - Dr. Alice Cheng

14:15 PM - 14:45 PM Sleep Disorders in the Asian Population - Ms. Connie To

14:45 PM - 15:00 PM Break

15:00 PM - 16:00 PM Update on Hepatitis - Dr. Scott Fung

FCCP Education Foundation Award of Merit Presentation
16:00 PM - 16:20 PM Green Chemistry & Organic Synthesis - Prof. Chao-Jun Li

16:20 PM - 17:00 PM Stem Cell Initiative Presentation

Flyer Agenda Registration Form

Saturday, November 5, 2011
CAMS's 48th Annual Scientific Conference

Sunday, August 14, 2011

FCCP Education Foundation Annual Fundraising Golf Tournament

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FCCP Education Foundation cordially invites you to tee off at:
The 17th Annual Fundraising Golf Tournament
Sunday, August 14, 2011
Angus Glen Golf Club at 10080 Kennedy Road at Major Mackenzie Dr. www.angusglen.com

Tournament Day Includes: 18 Holes at Angus Glen Golf Club
Competitions: Longest drive, Closest to the pin Awards & Fundraising Banquet

Registration Deadline: Friday July 29, 2011

June 25-26, 2011

2011 FCCP Dragonboat Teams

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Paddlers Wanted! The dragonboat teams (Dragons and Warriors) are recruiting novice and experienced paddlers for the recreational and competitive teams for the Toronto International Dragon Boat Race Festival on June 25-26, 2011 at the Toronto Centre Island.

If interested in trying out, please email the FCCP Dragon Warriors.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

FCCP Annual Fundraising Gala

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You are cordially invited to the 2011 FCCP Fundraising Gala on May 28, 2011 (Saturday) at the On the Park Events and Conference Centre. Proceeds in support of the FCCP Education Foundation.

Please RSVP as soon as possible. For information or to book your tickets, contact your section representative or Noel Siao.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

FCCP Young Professionals Charity Dinner for FCCP Education Foundation

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You are cordially invited to join the FCCP Young Professionals on April 9, 2011 (Sat) at the Star Walk Buffet to raise money for the FCCP Education Foundation.

$35.00 per ticket and $8.00 from each ticket sale will be donated to the FCCP Education Foundation. There are ONLY 50 tickets available, so book now to reserve your spot. Kindly RSVP by April 1, 2011 (Fri).

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Seminar 2: ABCs of Blood Tests at Annual Medical Check-up

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Joint FCCP and CCCGT Public Seminar Series
Hosted by Chinese Canadian Biomedical Professionals (FCCP Section)

Speakers: Dr. PC Chan and Dr. Paul Yip
Venue: The Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto (5183 Sheppard Ave. East, Scarborough)

Program:
10:10 AM - Registration
10:30 AM - Presentation and Discussion
12:00 PM - Networking and Light Refreshments

Fee: Free of charge to both members and non-members

2010

FCMS Conference
October 8 - 10, 2010
Los Angeles

2009

Hello everyone,

Thank you to all who came out on Sunday and thank you to Dr. Peter Lin for moderating the session! The audience participation and questions posed to our stellar panel of hepatitis B gurus were fantastic and we learned a great deal about the natural history of hepatitis B, its complications, and its management. The critical importance of tracking the hepatitis B DNA titre was a dominant theme that emerged from the talks, case presentations, and Dr. Lin's "were-you-awake" quizzes.

Now I would like to change gears and promote a conference that the FCCP is hosting on Sunday, October 25 from 8:30 to 3:00 at La Rosa Grand Hall. Those of you who have school-age children should find this relevant and helpful in answering some burning questions. As parents, how can we help our child to get the most out of her education, whether it be acquiring literacy and numeracy, developing a strong work ethic, or becoming a socially responsible individual? What should you do if your child is gifted? What are the differences between the Montessori method and the traditional curriculum? Does the International Baccalaureate program offer advantages over the traditional curriculum or the Advanced Placement program and what are the potential weaknesses in each of these streams? What are your investment options for educational savings plans?

If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to Ms. Roslyn Tsao (Legal Section). The cost is $40 per adult and $25 per child under 12 and includes a buffet lunch.

I hope to see some of you there!

Sincerely,

Eric Leong, AB, MD, FRCPC, DABIM
President, Chinese Canadian Medical Society


On Sunday, October 4, Dr. David Wong and Dr. Scott Fung were among the panel who gave an update on:

The Management of Chronic Hepatitis B

(Sponsor: Gilead Sciences)


You are cordially invited to attend a presentation on:

Is Fibromyalgia Real?

Speaker: Dr. Ernest Choy
Consultant Rheumatologist and Director of Research & Development
King’s College Hospital, London, England

Location: Diamond Banquet Hall, 3225 Hwy 7
Date: Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Time: 7 PM
RSVP: Dr. Dennis Woo
(Sponsor: Pfizer)

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2008

Chinese Canadian Medical Society cordially invites you to
a Presentation on

Wealthcare in Healthcare

Saturday, February 2, 2008


 

February 1-13, 2008 CME South Pacific Cruise

12 day cruise on the Crystal Cruise Serenity


 

2007

Chinese Canadian Medical Society cordially invites you to a CME Presentation on

The Management of Chronic Hepatitis B -Current Trends & Controversies

September 22, 2007


 

ORIENTATION DINNER FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS/RESIDENTS

Come out to find out more about joining the student chapter of the CCMS and meeting other classmates in Years 1 to 4 and residents.
Date: Sept. 27th, 2007
Time: 6 pm Asian Legend ( Dundas Street West)
Contact: Cryssie Chan to RSVP


Chinese Canadian Medical Society cordially invites you to a Presentation on

Financial Life Expectancy

Now you know how long you can live physically,
But do you know how long you can last financially?

Speakers: Susan Yao-Arkilander CFP, MBA, Financial Adviser, CIBC Imperial Service

Presenting Panel of Financial Experts:
Michael Johnston , CIBC Asset Management Specialist
Rory Mitz, Director, CIBC World Markets
Larry Tomei, SVP, CIBC Retail Markets

Date: Saturday, July 21, 2007

*meeting will start at 5:00 pm sharp & proceed through dinner

7:30 pm Show:

Joe Junior

- “Here’s A Heart” (Markham Theatre)

Venue: Deluxe Chinese Cuisine
8601 Warden Avenue, Unit 4-6
Markham, Ontario L3R 0B5

Sponsored by CIBC Imperial Service


The

FCCP Annual General Meeting

will be held on July 8, 2007.
More information on the website www.fccpontario.com


 

2007 FCCP Annual Ball

May 5, 2007 (Saturday)
Sheraton Parkway North Hotel, Richmond Hill (Leslie and Hwy 7)
Guest of Honour: Dr. Vincent Lam - 2006 Giller Prize Novelist of "Blood Letting and Miraculous Cures"
Unbelievable raffle prizes and fantastic live auctions!
Dance to the Music of a Live Band, and much, much, more.....

Reserve your tickets now in order to avoid disappointment!


Chinese Canadian Medical Society cordially invites you to a Presentation on

New Options in Osteoarthritis Management



March 3, 2007


 

March 8-20, 2007 CME South America cruise



13 day cruise on the Golden Princess around Cape Horn


Chinese Canadian Medical Society cordially invites you to a Presentation on

Thyroid Cancer and Nodules



Speaker: Dr. Alice Cheng

Saturday, January 20th, 2007

Stage West Dinner Theatre

Please find attached an invitation to attend an Educational event in Jan.2007.
Your prompt response is appreciated to help plan arrange this unique location.

Cindy MacNeil BACS, B.Ed., CCPE
Clinical Science Specialist- Thyrogen
Genzyme Canada Inc.
Voice Mail: 1-877-220-8919 ext. 4412
Office: 905-574-9161
Fax: 905-574-0681


 

OMA DISTRICT 11 ELECTIONS

A Message from a CCMS member regarding the upcoming OMA elections on February 21, 2007.

Dear members,

I seek your support and endorsement to become an OMA Board Director for District 11.

My position may be summarized as follows:

“I am a grassroots MD with a MBA. I established a large after-hours clinic, a large FHG and AFA program at ED. I manage and work at all these facilities. I work closely with specialists at ED. I understand the issues and share your frustrations. I have a proven record of helping physicians. I pledge my management training and experience to add values to the OMA Board and make it a better organization for us all. I will strive to re-focus the OMA Board to think strategically, plan proactively, work collaboratively, act responsively and negotiate wisely with all stakeholders”

OMA allows 1 page Position Statement and 1 page CV. Both are attached for your reference.

I thank you in advance.

Dr. Christopher Jyu

for more information and CV

1: CCMS endorses its member, Dr. Christopher Jyu, for the position of the OMA Board Director.

2: CCMS advises its members (unless the member has any other personal preferences), please cast one vote only to Dr. Christopher Jyu. In particular, CCMS advises members not to pick a 2nd candidate as doing so would negate the advantages given to Dr. Jyu.


 

March 8-20, 2007 CME South America cruise

13 day cruise on the Golden Princess around Cape Horn

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Pre- and Post-Cruise Extension


 

CCMS 8 Days Beauty of China Tour March 9-16, 2007

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Dear Friends and members of previous trips:

It is a great pleasure to invite you and your spouse to a China trip this March Break (March 9 - 16, 2007) . The land portion in China (Hotel, meals and sightseeing tours) is complementary to you for your friendship and past support to me - courtesy of Danny Li, President of Jacco Tours and the Vice-Chair of FCCM. Of course Danny and I will be going on this trip with our family also.

Please let me know if you will be participating ASAP as space is limited ( I have only 30 spots available ). Danny has assigned Albert (V.P.) and Simon (G.M.) of Jacco Tours to assist the special "you" for your flight bookings or any extension or side trips. You can reach them at Jacco Tours 416-332-0808 or through e-mail) . They have previously helped me organized several CCMS trips.

Best wishes to you and your family for the New Year !

Ken

Dr. Ken Ng
Charman, Federation of Chinese Canadians in Markham
and
Chairman of Advisory and past President,
Federation of Chinese Canadian Professionals / Chinese Canadian Medical Society

Tel (905) 294-4990 Fax (905)471-1916 e-mail: drkenng@fccm.ca or drkenng@hotmail.com

2006

Chinese Canadian Medical Society cordially invites you to an Evening Presentation on

Asthma: A new class of treatment

Speaker: Dr. Charles Chan
Sunday, November 26, 2006
Dun Huang Chinese Restaurant (at Times Square)
905-707-8338

for more information

Dr. Vansen Lee's Letter


Education Foundation 25 Anniversary Dinner- Thursday November 9, 2006
http://www.fccpontario.com/Document/EventsPDF/2006EF25thAnniversary.pdf
The Board of Trustees of the Education Foundation cordially invites you to a dinner to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the establishment of the Foundation. The dinner will be at the Celestial Court Restaurant at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $68 each. Contact Dr. John Chiu at jhcchiu@sympatico.ca to reserve your ticket.

CCABP Annual Scientific Symposium - Sunday November 19, 2006
http://www.fccpontario.com/Document/EventsPDF/2006CCABPScientificSymposium.pdf
The Biomedical Section is organizing the 2006 Annual Scientific Symposium at the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto. All FCCP members are welcome. Registration fee is $20 ($10 for students) which includes lectures, morning refreshment, lunch and parking. The theme is Technological Advances in Diagnostics and Medicine. Contact Tony Wong at twong@yorkcentral.on.ca to register.

FCCP Education Day: Health, Wealth and Safety - Sunday November 26, 2006
http://www.fccpontario.com/Document/EventsPDF/2006FCCPEducationDay.pdf
The FCCP is organizing an Education Day on how to protect your health, wealth and life at the La Rosa Grand Hall in Markham. The cost is $30 for FCCP members, $25 for student members or $35 for non members. The price includes morning refreshment break, lunch and parking. Contact Solomon Ko at solomon.ko@sympatico.ca for more information

FCCP Christmas Party- Sunday December 3, 2006
http://www.fccpontario.com/Document/EventsPDF/2006ChristmasParty.pdf
I know it’s early to start thinking about Christmas, but I want to let you know about the Christmas Party before tickets are sold out. This is a very popular event and sold out last year in October with over 200 people attending and it is expected to sell out again this year. The 2006 FCCP Joint Sections Christmas Party will be held at the Empire Chinese Restaurant - You are cordially invited to join the party. The evening includes dinner, dancing and lucky draws. Tickets are $42 for adults and $25 for children 12 and under. If you’re interested in attending, let Dr. Hank Lee leehankc@yahoo.com know as soon as possible (ie. no later than October 27 with the number of people attending and a cheque payable to FCCP).


The Chinese Canadian Medical Society in conjunction with the Scarborough Chinese Outreach Committee and The Department of Family Practice, Scarborough Hospital cordially invites you to

a Symposium for Family Physicians

Saturday, November 18 , 2006


 

August 2006 River Danube Cruise

Seven day music-themed cruise on the Danube from Budapest to Passau then onto Prague for 3 days.

Please contact Kitty Tam at Cruise Holidays of Scarborough, 50 Silver Star Blvd., Unit 10, Scarborough, ON M1V 4W3. Tel (416)293-1525, Fax (416) 293-9480. Please tell Kitty that you are part of the CCMS group. For more information re: CME, contact Dr. Rose Kung at rose.kung@utoronto.ca

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September 2006 East Africa Safari

14 day trip to Tanzania and Kenya. Waiting list only.

Please contact John Potter, Pacesetter Travel , Groups Department at 416-322-1031 x310 for more info.

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Victoria Falls Extension


 

CCMS South American Experience

Argentina and Brazil
December 23, 2006-January 2, 2007

View Letter/Registration Form
View Itinerary


 

2006 FCCP Dragonboat Team

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The 18th Annual Toronto International Dragon Boat Race Festival will be held on Saturday June 24 and Sunday June 25 at Toronto Centre Island. Come out to the Toronto Islands to cheer the team to victory this weekend.


 

Taste of Asia

Taste of Asia 2006 is scheduled to take place on June 24 and 25, 2006 at the intersections of Kennedy road and Steeles Avenue in Markham, outside Market Village. This is the fourth time this event has been held since 2003.

Co-hosted by the Federation of Chinese Canadians in Markham (FCCM) and the Association of Progressive Muslims in Ontario (APMO), with the support of the Markham Municipal Government, and the sponsorship of the Ontario Trillium Foundation, Market Village and Remington Group, this festival will feature two days of ethnic cuisines, non-stop music and performances by many ethno-cultural groups, plus various games, activities and exhibitions. The organization of this event is the co-operative effort of different ethnic groups that make up our society, and is a tribute to the multicultural harmony of Canada.


Chinese Canadian Medical Society cordially invites you to

an Evening Presentation on

Update on Treatment of the Overactive Bladder

Speaker: Dr. Janet Bodley

Wednesday, June 7, 2006

for more information


 

Join the CCMS "Hot Docs" Ride for Heart Team

18th Annual Becel Heart & Stroke Ride for Heart -(Jun 4, 2006) It comes only once a year. Your opportunity to ride along the DVP or to skate along the Gardiner in the Heart and Stroke Foundation's 18th annual Becel Ride for Heart. This year, the action takes place on Sunday, June 4 and you are invited to join over 13,000 other participants for this fun-filled event. Back by popular demand is the challenging 75 km cycling route. And for those who want to stay ahead of the pack, there's the 7:15 early start time. (Note: you must register and submit a minimum of $60 in pledges by June 2nd in order to take advantage of these options.) Or you can always ride the 25 and 50 km cycling routes or enjoy the 5, 10 and 20 km in-line skating routes - all starting from Exhibition Place and moving along the traffic-free Gardiner Expressway and the DVP. Help the Heart & Stroke Foundation reach its 2006 goal of raising $2.15 million for heart and stroke research. Register online for the Becel Ride for Heart today! Enter under the Group Name "Hot Docs" to join the CCMS team.


 

FCCP Annual Ball 2006

Date: Saturday May 6th, 2006

The Old Mill Inn and Spa

21 Old Mill Road, Toronto,

(Old Mill Trail and Bloor Street West)

ALL NEW FORMAT, SAME GREAT EVENT!! Unbelievable Raffle Prizes and Fantastic Silent Auctions! Exquisite Gourmet Meal Prepared With An All You Can Eat Dessert Buffet!! Dance to the Music of a Live Band!! And Much, Much, More!!!

TICKETS: TABLE OF TEN (10) $800.00 (OR $88 EACH)

(includes dinner, dessert buffet and automatic entry for all raffles and prizes!!)

Reception 6:00pm, Dinner 7:00pm, Dancing 9:30pm, Conclusion 1:00am

Contact edwardwong@rogers.com for tickets

For more information on the FCCP, visit www.fccpontario.com


The Chinese Canadian Medical Society cordially invites you to

an Evening Presentation on

DEPRESSION IN THE CHINESE COMMUNITY

Dr. Ken Fung MD.,FRCP(C)

BIOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF DEPRESSION AND TREATMENT

Dr. Glenda MacQueen MD.,PHD

House of Fisherman Delight (Hwy 7 and Chalmers), Richmond Hill

Saturday, April 22nd, 2006

6:30pm Reception/ 7pm Presentation/ 8:30pm Dinner

for more information

to register


Chinese Canadian Medical Society cordially invites you to

an Evening Presentation on

Creating Wealth& Keeping It

Wednesday, Feb. 22nd, 2006

for more information


 

OMA DISTRICT 11 ELECTIONS

A Message from a CCMS member regarding the upcoming OMA elections.

Dear members,

I seek your support and endorsement to become an OMA Board Director for District 11.

My position may be summarized as follows:

“I am a grassroots MD with a MBA. I established a large after-hours clinic, a large FHG and AFA program at ED. I manage and work at all these facilities. I work closely with specialists at ED. I understand the issues and share your frustrations. I have a proven record of helping physicians. I pledge my management training and experience to add values to the OMA Board and make it a better organization for us all. I will strive to re-focus the OMA Board to think strategically, plan proactively, work collaboratively, act responsively and negotiate wisely with all stakeholders”

OMA allows 1 page Position Statement and 1 page CV. Both are attached for your reference.

I thank you in advance.

Dr. Christopher Jyu

for more information and CV


 

Honouring a Hero, Building her Legacy

 

In Support of the Tecla Lin Nursing Education Fund

 

2nd Annual Tecla Lin Chinese Banquet

Celebrating the Year of the Dog

February 23, 2006

6:00pm Bright Pearl Seafood Restaurant

Tecla Lin, a West Park nurse, devoted her life to caring for others. During the SARS crisis, she was among the first to volunteer to care for ill colleagues from Scarborough Grace hospital in West Park's emergency unit. She battled the disease, first on behalf of her patients, and then for her own survival. Tecla Lin lost her fight against SARS in July 2003, but her bravery, compassion, and unwavering devotion to her patients live on in the memories of those who worked by her side. The Tecla Lin Nursing Education Fund was started at West Park to honour the memory of this amazing woman and create a legacy that would grow in her name. Every year the Tecla Lin bursary provides funds that help one West Park nurse pursue his/her educational goals.

For more information, call or email Jessie Sitnick at (416) 243-3600 ext. 4502 or jessie.sitnick@westpark.org .Individual seats for $65/person. Table of 10 sponsorship Pearl $1000 or Ruby $750. Full business receipts will be available for sponsoring businesses and organizations.


The Biomedical section of the FCCP (Federation of Chinese Canadian Professionals) is organizing Recreational Badminton and Ball Room Dancing.

See attachment for details if you are interested in participating.

for more information


 

Update on Sleep Apnea & Physician Incorporation

Thursday, Jan. 19th, 2006

Mandarin Restaurant

7660 Woodbine Ave. (S. of Hwy 7), Markham, ON

for more information


 

New Year's Eve Ball

A dinner and dance to a live band and midnight count-down on Saturday, December 31, 2005 at the Empire Legendary Oriental Cuisine Restaurant on Victoria Park (used to be New World Restaurant). $448 for a table of 10 (all inclusive). Please contact Dr. Vansen Lee at 416-733-8800 for more details.


 

2005

 

Catherine the Great Exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario

CCMS is organizing a group visit to the Art Gallery of Ontario on December 15, 2005 (Thursday) at 6:30 p.m. to see the touring exhibit "Catherine the Great, Arts for the Empire - Masterpieces from the State Hermitage Museum, Russia".

If you are interested, please contact Dr. Hank Lee (leehankc@yahoo.com) no later than December 9, 2005 (Friday) as we are purchasing group tickets.


 

Annual General Meeting/30th Anniversary

The FCCP (Federation of Chinese Canadian Professionals) and the CCMS will be 30 years old this year! We will be holding a joint Annual General Meeting this summer on Saturday, July 9th, 2005 in the Sails Restaurant ( an air-conditioned, licensed , lakeside patio restaurant) at Ontario Place. Join us in celebrating under the fireworks with the other sections of the FCCP. Please register by July 4th. CCMS members will be re-imbursed the $42 registration costs upon sign-in at the CME. This is made possible through the generous support of KMH Labs.

flyer and registration form for AGM event

Map of Ontario Place


 

FCCP Education Foundation Annual Fundraising Golf Tournament

FCCP Education Foundation cordially invites you on Sunday. August 7, 2005 to tee off at:
The 11th Annual Fundraising Golf Tournament
Royal Woodbine Golf Club at 195 Galaxy Boulevard, near Highway 27 and Dixon Road in Toronto. www.royalwoodbine.com (416) 674-7773

Tournament Day Includes: 18 Holes at Royal Woodbine Golf Club, Golf Cart Competitions: Longest drive, Closest to the pin Awards & Fundraising Banquet.
Registration Deadline: Friday July 22, 2005

Registration form and details


 

CD-ROM Membership Directory

The new 2005 CD-ROM version of the CCMS directory is now available. Members can pick up their CD at the registration desk of the upcoming CME meetings. The directory is intended for use by CCMS members only.

CCMS is seeking to increase membership and would like to enlist your help in recruiting new members. Membership forms may be downloaded from our website at www.ccmsontario.com ,click on "membership". If you require further information, please contact Dr. Nancy Ho at membership@ccmsontario.com .


 

2005 FCCP Dragonboat Team

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The 17th Annual Toronto International Dragon Boat Race Festival was held on a beautiful weekend ( Saturday June 25 and Sunday June 26 )at Toronto Centre Island. Congratulations to the FCCP dragonboat team , the Dragon Warriors, for their 2nd place finish in their final race. Thank you to co-captains, Helen Lee h.lee.a@utoronto.ca from the Physiotherapy section of the FCCP and Dr. Hank Lee social@ccmsontario.com for their hard at work getting the FCCP team ready. Congratulations also to the University of Toronto Medical school team, the Pacemakers, for their great showing as well. The students were partially sponsored by the CCMS. Everyone had a fun and exhilirating time!!


 

CCMS CME BRITISH ISLES/NORWEGIAN FJORDS

Ship Name: JEWEL OF THE SEAS (ROYAL CARIBBEAN)

Sailing Date: JULY 26TH, 2005 (12 NIGHTS)

Rate: INSIDE DOUBLE $2500 CDN (INCLUDING TAX)

ITINERARY

DATE PORT OF CALL ARRIVAL DEPARTURE
July 26 Harwich, London 5:00 PM
July 27 Le Havre (Paris) 7:00 AM 10:00 PM
July 28 Plymouth, England 9:00 AM 5:00 PM
July 29 Cork, Ireland 7:00 AM 5:30 PM
July 30 Belfast, Ireland 2:45 PM 1:30 AM on July 31
July 31 Greenock (Glasgow) 9:00 AM 7:00 PM
Aug. 1 At Sea
Aug. 2 Bergen, Norway 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
Aug. 3 Geiranger, Norway 7:00 AM 3:30 PM
Aug. 3 Hellesylt, Norway 4:30 PM 5:30 PM
Aug. 4 Flaam, Norway 7:00 AM 6:30 PM
Aug. 5 At Sea
Aug. 6 Amsterdam, Netherlands 7:00 AM 3:00 PM
Aug. 7 Harwich, London 7:00 AM

Please contact Kitty Tam at Cruise Holidays of Scarborough, 50 Silver Star Blvd., Unit 10, Scarborough, ON M1V 4W3. Tel (416)293-1525, Fax (416) 293-9480. Please tell Kitty that you are part of the CCMS group. For more information re: CME, contact Dr. Rose Kung at rose.kung@utoronto.ca

CME Information and Schedule


 

CCMS Russia / Europe Professional Exchange Trip 2005

A professional exchange trip to Russia/Europe from August 15, 2005 for at least 8 days with an optional extension to September 1.

Group A - 8 days (Aug 15 - 22, 2005)
Group B - 11 days (Aug 15 - 25, 2005)
Group C - 18 days (Aug 15 - Sept 1, 2005)
Group D - 12 days (Aug 21 - Sept 1, 2005)

Organized by Dr. Ken Ng

Fax: 905-471-1916 Tel.:905-294-4990 E-mail: drkenng@fccm.com

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Becel Ride for Heart

Thank you to all the cyclists who joined our team, the Road Warriors on a beautiful Sunday , June 5th. The weather was perfect for the 25, 50, 75 ...100 (??) km ride along the car-free Gardiner Expressway and Don Valley Parkway. Despite some achy muscles, it was great to see the finish line. We raised a total of over $2000. Thank you for supporting the Heart and Stroke Foundation. The Ride for Heart is Canada's largest charity cycling and in-line skating event in support of life-saving heart disease and stroke research. It is held annually on the first Sunday in June.


Election of members to the Executive Committee are held yearly in the month of June.

Persons wishing to seek nomination to any of the directorships are welcome to attend the next Executive meeting on Saturday, June 25, to introduce yourself. Please RSVP with Dr. Kenneth Fung at president@ccmsontario.com.

Nominations are being received for the election of officers to the 2005-2006 Executive Committee. Nominees must be full members of the Society. Signed nominations should be forwarded to the Chairman of the Nomination Committee no later than May 31, 2005. The election of officers will take place at the meeting of the Executive Committee on June 25. The annual general meeting will be on July 9.

NOMINATION FOR THE 2005-2006 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE CHINESE CANADIAN MEDICAL SOCIETY (ONT)

Nominee Name:___________________________________________

Phone Number:___________________________________________

Nominated By:____________________________________________

Seconded By:_____________________________________________

Please send signed nominations to:
Dr. Ying Seid,
Chairman, Nominating Committee
607 Gerard St. E.,
Toronto Ontario
M4M 1Y2
Tel. 416-461-7547


 

FCCP Chinese New Year Ball 2005

Saturday, February 5

The FCCP (Ontario) [of which the CCMS is a founding section] is proud to announce that we have joined up with the Canadian Red Cross Society to donate part of this year's FCCP Ball to the Asian Tsunami Relief Efforts. The devastation by the tsunamis will require long term relief efforts and the funds raised at the Ball will help with the rebuilding process and we truly hope you can all attend this magnificent event.

The 2005 Ball promises to be the best one in year's with you chance to meet world famous celebrity Chef Martin Yan coming all the way from San Francisco to attend! Listen to the thunderous sounds of the Kiyoshi Nagata Drums, see the amazing acrobatics of the Sunny Tang Martial Arts Club dance the night away to the Carry On Band!And of course don't forget about the spectacular gourmet meal with dessert buffet and all the wonderful prizes and silent auction items that are up for bids! (Up for grabs this year is a $1200 PING G2 Irons and Bag donated by Golf Town!)

The Chinese New Year Ball is a wonderful time to get to meet new friends and to reunite with old friends. We encourage you to support this worthy cause by attending the 2005 FCCP Ball. The tickets are only $110 per person and includes entry, dinner, non-alcoholic drinks, dessert buffet and automatic entry to all raffles. For more information, please visit www.fccpontario.com or Dr. Hank Lee at leehankc@yahoo.com .


The FCCP Education Foundation has as its objectives the promotion of higher education and providing financial support to needy students in this current environment of escalating tuition fees and other expenditures. It currently supports 60 scholarships and awards in 13 Ontario universities and post-secondary educational institutions. This is achieved through the income generated from the Capital Fund, which is kept untouched.

Last year, the FCCP Education Foundation celebrated its 20th Anniversary. We are all aware of the increasing financial costs for medical education over the last few years. The CCMS had offered two $250 scholarships in Anatomy and Metabolism and a $2000 entrance scholarship. A further contribution of $20,000 by the CCMS has allowed us to increase these amounts from $250 to $500 each and $2000 to $2500 respectively. We would encourage CCMS members to make a donation individually if possible as well. Tax receipts will be issued for contributions of $50 or more. You may send your cheque to: Coral Place, 55 Glenn Hawthorne Blvd., Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3S6 made payable to "FCCP Education Foundation" re: CCMS medical scholarships.

FCCP DEALS

FCCP membership cards were mailed out to CCMS members in December of 2004. The FCCP card expiry year poses some confusion among our members who believe that they are paid up for their CCMS fee for the coming year (ie. 2005). Please do not use the FCCP card as an indication of whether your CCMS membership is active since the FCCP card has a grace period of one year. CCMS membership fees cover membership from January 1 to December 31 of the year it is paid.

Attached is a list of FCCP membership discounts available.

for more information


 

Ski Day

Here are the details on the ski day CCMS is organizing for Sun. Feb. 20 at Mt. St. Louis/ Moonstone. Everyone is welcome to join us, so spread the word. Interested parties can contact me by email at leehankc@yahoo.com. We need 25 people minimum for group rates. Adult (13-65) lift ticket is $38 and junior (12 or less) is $27. Ski rental for adult is $28 and for junior is $23. Snowboard rentals for adult is $35 and for junior is $33. There is a Discover Ski package for beginners for $51 which includes rental, beginner lift ticket and lesson. Discover Snowboarding package is $58. For group rates, arrangements need to be confirmed at least 2 days in advance. These are the regular, non group rates: Adult (18-64) lift ticket is $45, intermediate (13-17) is $39 and junior (12 or less) is $32. Ski rental for adult (13 or more) is $31 and for junior is $27. Snowboard rentals for adult is $38 and for junior is $36. Greyhound runs a bus service from Toronto daily for $32 per person. If we want to charter a Greyhound bus (capacity 47) it costs about $700, or about $15 per passenger. Car pooling may be an option. Further details can be found at Mt. St. Louis/Moonstone's website www. montstlouis.com

 

CCMS (British Columbia) cordially invites CCMS (Ontario) members to their 20th Anniversary celebration at its International Conference:


East Meets West:Health Challenges in the 21st Century

June 10-12, 2005
Terminal City Club
837 W. Hastings St., Vancouver B.C.
view website and registration information


Chinese Symposium at the Heart and Stroke Annual Clinical Update

Event Date: December 9-11, 2004
Location: Metro Toronto Convention Centre


FCCP Annual Conference 2002

Friday November 22nd, 2002: CME: Strokes, and Amended MRC Process
&
Sunday November 24th, 2002

Full Day Conference: Mental Health
Place: Vaughan Estates
2075 Bayview Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4N 3M5
(Sunnybrook & Women's College Health Sciences Centre, near Bayview and Lawrence)
Tel: (416)- 487-3841
Time:
8:15 AM - 8:45 AM - Registration
8:45 AM - 4:30 PM - Conference


2002 Whistler Professional Development Conference

April 12 - 14, 2002
hosted by Vancouver Medical Association and Association of Chinese Canadian Professionals (BC)

Fairmont Chateau Whistler Resort


CCMS Cuba Conference 2001

March 18, 2001 - March 25, 2001

For further information, please call Dr. Vansen Lee @ (416) 733-8800

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