This 60-minute webinar will walk you through the report findings to provide a better understanding of the role immigration plays in Canada’s economic future.
This webinar will share insights on:
- The economic impact of status-quo immigration levels (0.82% of Canada’s population) versus higher levels (350,000; 400,000; 450,000 immigrants per year)
- The impact of higher levels on Canada’s population size, GDP, GDP per capita, and other metrics
- The key considerations Canada must take into account and pursue to ensure that Canada’s economy continues to benefit from immigration
Matthew Stewart is Director, National Forecast at The Conference Board of Canada, specializing in the Canadian and world economy. Matthew is currently advising international clients on the economy and has been assisting the Ukrainian federal government and city level governments in developing strategic plans. In Canada, he has been responsible for designing and building a demand and supply model for physicians based on changing disease patterns. Matthew has a M.A. (Economics) from McMaster University and a B.A. (Honours Economics) from The University of Western Ontario.
This webinar has been accredited for 1 hour of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC).