Now in its seventh year, the Canadian Immigration Virtual Summit will explore how COVID-19 is impacting the immigration system and the lives of newcomers. It will also ask how Canada can leverage immigration to speed up economic recovery while continuing to offer a good quality of life for newcomers from around the world.

Join over 300 delegates online to discuss the major immigration-related issues facing your organization. Through this online experience’s presentations and interactive sessions, you will:

  • Learn and discuss how COVID-19 and related public health measures are impacting newcomers and the Canadian immigration system.
  • Be part of engaging early discussions on immigration’s role in our post-pandemic economic recovery.
  • Explore Canada’s unique position in this historic moment to attract newcomers, help them find success and fulfillment, and grow the economy over the long term.
  • Hear and share perspectives on key businesses, sectors, markets, and communities that will look to immigration to spur growth and recovery.
  • Obtain inspired learning, grounded in qualitative and quantitative research.

We’ll explore the following themes:

Charting a path

Predicting immigration trends in an uncertain time

Leave no one behind

Including marginalized groups in the post-COVID economy

Mapping the sector

Supports and services for immigrants fitting together

Maximizing benefits

Enhancing newcomer economic success for their benefit and Canada’s

Past event

At the Canadian Immigration Summit 2019, our purpose was to explore how Canada can respond to emerging immigration issues in a rapidly changing world.

380

Attendees in 2019

4.2/5.0

Overall satisfaction

Attendees by
job function

Services Public admin. Retail trade Financial services Unknown Wholesale trade Communication & utility services

Attendees by
job title

CEO Vice−President Director Manager Technical Admin Student

Noteworthy speakers from our previous event

Ahmed D. Hussen

The Hon. Ahmed D. Hussen

Minister, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

Lisa MacLeod

The Hon. Lisa MacLeod

Former Minister of Children, Community and Social Services

Denise O’Neil Green

Denise O’Neil Green

Vice-President, Equity and Community Inclusion, Ryerson University

Goldy Hyder

Goldy Hyder

President and CEO, Business Council of Canada

Ratna Omidvar

The Hon. Ratna Omidvar

Senator for Ontario, Senate of Canada

Register

Explore how COVID-19 has impacted immigration and the lives of newcomers.

$395

$295

Early Bird Price
Until March 5, 2021

Sponsors

Fragomen Worldwide
New Canadians
Canadian Immigrant

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The details of this event are subject to change. Please revisit this page periodically for updated information.