IN THE NEWS

  • If you’re a dynamic marketing and communication specialist interested in working with our team and support an ambitious growth strategy for TRIEC’s flagship program, The Mentoring Partnership, apply by 9 a.m. Monday, May 9, 2016, by emailing us at jkallidina@triec.ca.    This is a contract position from June 1, 2016 to March 31, 2018, reporting to the manager, […]

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  • Changing labour market among challenges for newcomers By Sarah Dobson. Originally appeared March 21, 2016 in Canadian HR Reporter. Reposted with permission. While employers are showing an increasing willingness to hire skilled immigrants, they still need to build more inclusive workplaces, according to a report released by the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC).  For […]

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  • On March 22, TRIEC, through its Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs) program, organized an information and networking event, hosted by MaRS Discovery District, to support immigrants seeking to become entrepreneurs. The event, ‘Newcomer Start-ups: Building a successful business,’ featured four successful immigrant entrepreneurs sharing information on programs, services and supports to help immigrants start their business. […]

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  • April 10-16 is National Volunteer Week in Canada, so we want to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to the wonderful volunteers who support skilled immigrants in their employment journey throughout the GTA, including: Our 7000+ mentors, who share their knowledge of the Canadian job market with skilled immigrants who are looking for […]

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  • This blog is a part of series about networking and collaborating.   Networks are dynamic. They evolve and change over time. To maximize the benefit of a network, it is essential to take stock from time-to-time, uncover learning and align efforts and activities, as needed, to continue meet the objectives of the network. Over the […]

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  • We are seeking a dynamic, action-oriented strategic communicator to implement TRIEC’s communication strategy during a one-year contract as a Manager of Communications. It’s a great opportunity to not just demonstrate your tactical communication skills but to showcase your strategic communication acumen to drive TRIEC’s communications and marketing activities forward. This is a one-year contract position located at TRIEC’s […]

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  • On March 22, TRIEC, through its Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs) program, organized an information and networking event, hosted by MaRS Discovery District, to support immigrants seeking to become entrepreneurs. The event, ‘Newcomer Start-ups: Building a successful business,’ featured four successful immigrant entrepreneurs and share information on programs, services and supports to help immigrants start their […]

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  • TRIEC is pleased to congratulate our inaugural executive director and chair emerita Ratna Omidvar following Friday’s announcement of the Prime Minister’s intention to recommend her appointment to the Senate of Canada. Ratna has been a tireless advocate for immigrants and for building a Canada that prospers through the contributions of all its inhabitants. We know […]

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  • Twelve thousand mentoring matches have been reached as of today, Mar. 21, 2016! The Mentoring Partnership today congratulates all its partners and volunteer mentors as it celebrates connecting over 12,000 mentees to mentors in their occupation. This number represents time contributed by over 7,600 volunteer mentors who since 2004 have helped 12,000 skilled immigrants reconnect […]

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  •       Last week, several TRIEC staff attended and presented at 18th National Metropolis Conference as well as the Third International Cities of Migration Conference that took place right before. These events explored a wide range of themes and considered the issues and opportunities posed by immigration. Here are just a few of the […]

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