CPACT is a business association with the primary objective of fostering stronger commercial relations between Pakistan and Canada. Our Offices details are as follow:
3333 Boul. Graham, Suite 700
Mount-Royal, QC, Canada H3R 3L5
Tel: +1 514-360 5200
1212 Dundas St W, Suite B
Mississauga, ON, Canada L5C 1E2
Tel: +1 647-478 8264
Tel: +1 647-709 7816
National Capital Region (NCR)
437 Temiskaming Cr.
Ottawa, ON, Canada K2J 0V5
Tel: +1 613-454 5695
517 Siddique Trade Center
Gulberg Lahore Pakistan 54000
Tel: +92 432-576 4524
firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: +1 514-360 5201
CPACT chooses a very familiar face for its official spokesperson: Samra Zafar
Samra Zafar, who is a Canadian award-winning speaker with two TEDx talks, a community leader, scholar, author, and entrepreneur, tirelessly advocates for equity, women’s rights, and diversity through many channels
Both, CPACT and Samra Zafar, will play an important role in increasing awareness about social, economic and political aspects. CPACT and Samra Zafar are now affiliated in order to enhance and establish common ground for the promotion of diversity, innovation, and gender equality within the masses for social, economic and cultural development.
We are truly humbled for Samra’s association with CPACT and becoming its official spokesperson. We, on behalf of CPACT, look forward to many more milestone accomplishments aiming to leave an impact on the Canadian South Asian community.
On behalf of Canada Pakistan Affiliated Chamber of Trade (CPACT), we welcome Samra Zafar as our official spokesperson.
We look forward to extending the reach of CPACT with this essential partnership to empower our businesses, communities, institutions and organizations working towards social development and economic prosperity for the Canadian communities.
Together, we will play an important role in increasing awareness about social, economic and political aspects of Canada and the international realm, and enhance and establish common grounds for the promotion of diversity, innovation, and gender equality, within the masses of the Canadian South Asian communities.