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South Asian Focus: Mentoring into the mainstream

When he came to Canada from India 22 years ago after working nearly 10 years in multinational companies in South East Asia and the Middle East, there was no support for Brampton resident Iqbal Ali. Says Ali: "Having gone through that pain I really wanted to help and...

Yonge Street: When macro goes micro

Paul Gallant When Maggie Chen worked in Shanghai as an economist for the Chinese government, she looked at macro-economic trends in order to analyze the impact on the labour force, vocational training and the social-insurance system. After immigrating to Canada just...

Toronto Star: Supporting immigration is just so Canadian

Jeffrey ReitzIf the Ontario election campaign reflected anything about the politics of immigration in this country, it was the generally positive role that it plays. Most notably, the opposition issue of supposedly unfair benefits to “foreign workers” was a...

TRIEC’s fall e-Lert is out

Read about the changes we’ve made to the TRIEC website and why, how a Metro Morning story helped connect a skilled immigrant with his first job in Canada and why group mentoring is working for professional immigrant networks. TRIEC’s Executive Director, Elizabeth...

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