This year TRIEC is celebrating its 10th Anniversary. Over the last 10 years, TRIEC has created and championed solutions to better integrate skilled immigrants into the Greater Toronto Region labour market – and we are proud of what we and our partners have accomplished. However, the time has come to ask: what’s next? 

With significant changes in Canada’s immigration policy, TRIEC is undertaking a strategic planning process to determine where we go from here. We recently gathered together a group of TRIEC’s stakeholders to ask two key questions:

  1. It’s 2016 and the Toronto Region is prospering by fully integrating skilled immigrants into the labour market. What are we – as employers, government, immigrant service providers, educators, professional immigrant networks, etc. – doing?
  2. What is TRIEC’s role in making this happen?

The responses we got will inform the development of TRIEC’s strategic direction going forward. You can view some stakeholders’ insights from the event in the videos below.

If you’d like to provide your input into TRIEC’s strategic planning process, click here and fill in a short form. Subscribe to TRIEC’s e-lert to stay up to date on TRIEC’s strategic planning process and learn more about the Strategic Directions when they are launched in Fall 2013.


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Emiliano Mendez, RBC

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Margaret Eaton, Executive Director, TRIEC

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Nora Priestly, York University

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Sue Sadler, ACCES Employment

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Peter Hawkins, MELLOHAWK Logistics