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Toronto Star: GTA hospitals lack diversity at the top

Only 16 per cent of managers and 14 per cent of board members at GTA hospitals are visible minorities, report says. There is a major lack of diversity at the top levels of GTA hospitals and other health organizations, new research has found. Only 16 per cent of senior...

Where they are now: Sischa Maharaj, 2007 IS Awards Winner

Six years ago, Sischa Maharaj was already an established advocate for helping new immigrants integrate in Canada. In 2007, she won a TRIEC Immigrant Success (IS) Award, the Canadian HR Reporter Individual Achievement Award, for her work on a variety of initiatives to...

Call for proposals

NEW DEADLINE: TRIEC is looking for a consultant or agency to support the development of an integrated marketing communication strategy to guide communications activities in 2014-2017.  Proposals should be submitted by 12 p.m. (noon) on November 25, 2013. Details are...

I Can Sow…in India, Canada or anywhere else

A recent immigrant, Abhijit Medhi was mentored by a City of Toronto employee and was determined to help others in the same field to build connections and land a job. As a result, he created the professional group of  immigrant social workers “I Can Sow.” Abhijit...

TRIEC’s strategic direction: Message from Margaret Eaton

I recently asked an immigrant from Pakistan who is a mentee with The Mentoring Partnership why he came to Canada. He had been showing me pictures of his life back in Pakistan—beautiful pictures of his office at the bank where he was bank manager, his well-appointed...

2003-2013: Building a better future

Started in 2003, TRIEC is a citizens' response to a stubborn problem: the Greater Toronto Region will not prosper if immigrants do not. In this, our 2012-2013 Annual Report, we explore the TRIEC journey over the last 10 years and all those who have helped to better...

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