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Launch of ICE Research Series – Redesigning Collaboration: Opportunities for Innovation in Toronto’s Labour Market

The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) has many programs and services to help new immigrants and youth find jobs, yet unemployment and under-employment among these groups remain stubbornly high.

The Intergovernmental Committee for Economic and Labour Force Development is launching a report that seeks to better define the reason for this state of affairs, identify the models that have been successful in matching the right talent to the right jobs and suggest next steps for governments, on April 24. Chair of ICE Committee Enid Slack will moderate the event where Matthew Mendelsohn, Director of the Mowat Centre is the key note speaker.

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Thank you, Volunteers

This week is National Volunteer Week and on behalf of  The Mentoring Partnership, we’d like to thank you for volunteering your time to help skilled immigrants integrate into the Toronto region labour market. As a volunteer-mentor you have shared your insights about the Canadian workplace and opened your professional networks to your mentee helping them achieve their employment goals.

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TRIEC’s March e-Lert is out

Learn how we can help immigrants open G.A.T.E.S. to employment through collaboration and partnership. Also, see the names of shortlisted candidates for the Immigrants Success (IS) Awards and get recent tools, tips and news about diversity, inclusion and immigrant employment.

CTV News: Canada’s competitiveness will suffer if immigrants aren’t better integrated: experts

Romina Maurino

Canada’s global competitiveness will suffer unless companies deal with biases that are keeping professional immigrants underemployed, experts say.

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