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Breakfast with a Fascinating Canadian - John Peller

photo of John Peller

Date: Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Time: 7:30 – 9:00 a.m.
Location: Kenneth C. Rowe Hall
Language: Presented in English
Cost: 75$

John Peller is the Chairman and CEO of Andrew Peller Limited. His grandfather immigrated to Canada from Hungary in 1927 and went on to found Canada’s largest Canadian-owned winery. John is the third generation to lead the company, and looks forward to sharing his family’s inspirational story as keynote speaker at Breakfast with a Fascinating Canadian on Wednesday, October 11 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.

Many Canadians recognize the tremendous influence the Peller family has made on the wine industry in our country over the past 50 years. The Peller facility in Truro, Nova Scotia, became one of their most productive wineries and recently underwent a multi-million dollar expansion. Their success story exemplifies the important impact immigrants have made, and continue to make, on Canada’s economy, culture and way of life.

We invite you to attend this highlight event, learn more about the Peller family’s incredible journey and continue the dialogue about the importance of immigration in shaping our nation. Support the Museum by purchasing your table or tickets today. All are welcome to attend. Tickets are $75 each or $750 for a table of ten. Contact Daphne Carter, Development Manager, at (902) 425-7770 ext. 259 or download the ticket order form and email the completed form to dcarter@pier21.ca.

Title Sponsor

Logo of Nova Scotia Province

Patron Sponsors

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The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 is Canada’s only museum dedicated to telling the Canadian immigration story. We are entrusted to share the experiences of immigrants as they arrived in Canada from past to present day. As part of our national mandate, we are engaging with Canadians across the country to enhance the public’s understanding of immigration experiences to Canada.