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Who we are


Our Mission

The Canadian Bolivian Chamber of Commerce "CBCC" plays a vital and active role in assisting individuals, private and public business expand their services bettween Canada and Bolivia.  

We support organizations and professionals by being a liason bettween information, networking, leaders and various platforms.

The CBCC is always committed to sharing business advantages and possibitlities of both countries.

Our Vision

Promote and stimulate commercial development and investment between Canada and Bolivia always taking into consideration social responsability and cooperation.

Be strategic allies of government agencies to facilitate trade oportunities beween both countries.

Our Objectives

We identify the need and create the opportunity for effective business networking

We connect our members with contacts that can provide solutions and oportunities.

Provide and attend Education Roundtables

Provide preliminary research of potential clients both in Bolivia & Canada.

Coordinate logistics for trade mission, including transportation, accommodations and meals, while in Canada.

Coordination of individual or team commercial tours to Bolivia or to Canada

Our Advisors

Marcelo Aliendre 

Mining Advisor 

Born in Oruro, Bolivia immigrated to Canada since 2013, Marcelo Aliendre is among the most important executives in Canada’s mining sector. As the Coorporate Director, Maintenance at Agnico Eagle Mines, he supports operations globally at several countries around the world, making him a pioneer in this type of business role in large multinational companies by exposing his abilities as a Latin American professional. 

Marcelo regularly speaks at major international mining forums such as the Brazilian Maintenance Congress, the Operation and Maintenance Congress of Arab Countries, and the 4th World Congress of Maintenance in China, in which he won the “Excellent Paper for Young Author” award. He was President of the Ibero-American Maintenance Congress and Peruvian Maintenance Congress.  Despite his success in mainstream society and recognitions in the world’s mining sector, Marcelo never forgets his community. He served as President of the Residents of Oruro in Toronto, and is an active member of the folklore group Llasas in Canada.  

His community work has helped those affected in natural disasters around the globe. Furthermore, Marcelo is a firm believer in education as a path to continuous personal growth. He was responsible for enabling support from Caterpillar and Newmont to Educational Centers in Peru, and also part of the worldwide recognized Junior Achievement Program. Because of serving and supporting the local communities in the development of educational and cultural programs, Marcelo become a role model to present and future generations.

Melania Lopez Videla

International Commerce Advisor

Melania is an International Trade in Services Specialist​

Contact us at
On WhatApp at (416)-627-4694
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