Current events & News - Café Liégeois / Connexion internationale de Montréal
Through “Cafés du Monde” organized by Connexion Internationale de Montréal, Café Liégeois was present at the QI Montreal as a coffee sponsor for the presentation, which was delivered by Lieutenant-Colonel Simon Comtois of the Canadian Armed Forces. The guests were able to savor the new Café Liégeois products, currently available on our website.
The Lieutenant-Colonel Simon Comtois, officer for aerial logistics of DART, for the Renaissance Operation, presented the mission in Nepal by the Canadian Armed Forces. He explained at length the decision making process of the Government of Canada, through the challenges and the stakes of such an operation. The humanitarian operations devotees were thrilled to learn the workings of the system, around a good espresso.
As he had mentionned to the newspaper La Presse : « We were expecting to see a completely devastated country, but Kathmandu wasn’t as impacted as we thought. It is only later that we witnessed the disaster. » Expanding on the matter, the Lieutenant-Colonel Simon Comtois brought up the thematic of international collaboration in these types of delicate interventions abroad.
About Café Liégeois :
Café Liégeois offers a wide range of Nespresso® compatibles capsules to customers keen on European products. Our premium coffees are currently being sold at the best possible value and the lowest price. Café Liégeois also offers services for offices in the entire Québec province.
A coffee and a city at the heart of diplomacy:
The international questions and the radiance of Montreal were at the heart of this edition of world coffee organized by " International Connection of Montreal " (CIMtl) in collaboration with QI Montreal and Café Liégeois. The guests had the chance to savor a delicious compatible espresso with the Nespresso® machine, while enjoying the guests words, Henri-Paul Normandin. The old Ambassador of Canada in the Republic of Haiti or even the UN discussed with a group of twelve people on the future of international relations and the City of Montreal. For the Canadian diplomat, the cities have their word to say on the international scale, whether it be at the level of planning, commerce or even the ecology.
A life experience:
We retain that living abroad, is also about developing important abilities and acquiring a life experience. For that, Henri-Paul Normandin suggested to the guests to open themselves and to live among local populations, all while learning the language to understand how things work in such a community.
Openness, listening and inspiration remain the catchwords of this evening of exchange around a good Café Liégeois coffee.
The next edition of world coffees will be announced shortly, although it is without a doubt that Café Liégeois will proudly represent the coffees of the world.
After the period of celebrations and end of year parties, here is the first partnership of the 2016 year. Café Liégeois is happy to join itself to the "Café du monde" appointments by OBNL Connexion internationale de Montréal.
An OBNL open internationally and the ultimate coffee:
Café Liégeois will provide a complete service of out gourmet coffee with it’s Nespresso® compatible capsules during the evening.
If you want to register for this event, or if you have any questions, visit the CIMtl website.