New webinar: for Diversity and Inclusion professionals

Building better organizations with the Inclusive Workplace Competencies

TRIEC is hiring!

Could you join our communications or employer engagement teams?

Media release: A new way of building inclusive workplaces

TRIEC launches new resource to define the knowledge, skills, and behaviour needed to build an inclusive workplace.

TRIEC's view: Canada will prosper with increased immigration

A rise in immigration levels will drive this country’s future growth.

Are employers prepared to leverage Canada's diversity?

Blog: how can employers leverage the growing diversity of our region?

How are we doing?

New research from TRIEC gives a snapshot of diversity and inclusion in GTA workplaces.

Inclusive Workplace Competencies

A new resource for building inclusive workplaces

Five ways to work with TRIEC

Become an employer partner

By partnering with TRIEC, you’re supporting your organization’s diversity and inclusion strategy, reaching out to top international talent, and building a stronger workplace culture.


Become a mentor

Develop your leadership skills and intercultural competency while helping a talented newcomer learn how to develop their professional networks and learn about the Canadian job market.


Create a comprehensive learning plan

TRIEC Learning can help you integrate diversity and inclusion training into your organization’s own learning and development programs. Enjoy a blended learning experience with the flexibility of e-learning and on-site workshops.

Join the PINs community

Could you be part of the PINs network? There are many ways you can work with us.

Find immigrant talent

Through our programs, TRIEC can support you to access top-tier international talent in the GTA.


Read about the latest insights from TRIEC

Are Employers Prepared To Leverage Canada’s Diversity?

Last week's Census release confirmed what many of us already knew: immigrants in Canada are a significant force and their numbers continue to grow. Immigrants now make up 21.9% of Canada’s population whilst in Toronto 46.1% of the population were born outside of the...

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MEDIA RELEASE: A new way of building inclusive workplaces

Toronto, ON (November 2, 2017) - What does an inclusive workplace look like?  How can Greater Toronto organizations be prepared to make the most of the region’s diverse workforce? The Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) has launched a new resource to...

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