Browse by Topic - Immigration

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To what extent are immigrants and temporary residents over-represented in essential occupations and sectors? This summary briefly details the salient issues—such as over-qualification—and...
The Conference Board of Canada | 2 pages | October 2021 | by Yilmaz Dinc
Canada’s economic immigration system focuses on highly educated immigrants, but this does not always correspond with the labour demand in essential sectors. This impact paper suggests...
The Conference Board of Canada | 27 pages | October 2021 | by Yilmaz Dinc
Immigration is key to Canada’s future prosperity. This year, Canada can choose between building on COVID-period immigration targets or returning to pre-COVID levels. The two scenarios...
The Conference Board of Canada | 24 pages | July 2021 | by Yilmaz Dinc, Kathryn Dennler
This briefing focuses on COVID-19’s effect on immigration admissions and settlement patterns to help stakeholders respond effectively, and models the economic implications of different...
The Conference Board of Canada | 23 pages | May 2021 | by Thomas Clarke, Erin Rose
How does immigration affect the economy? We looked at what would happen to Canada’s economy over 20 years under four different immigration scenarios: current levels, lower levels,...
The Conference Board of Canada | Website | May 2021 | by Yilmaz Dinc
How has COVID-19 impacted Canada’s immigration admissions? What makes immigrants who arrived or settled in Canada during the pandemic distinct? We analyzed admissions data to find...
The Conference Board of Canada | 2 pages | May 2021
How important is immigration to the economic and demographic fortunes of the National Capital Region? This research assesses the impacts of immigration to Ottawa–Gatineau over...
The Conference Board of Canada | 33 pages | October 2020 | by Henry Diaz, Alan Arcand
Quelle est l’importance de l’immigration pour le sort économique et démographique de la région de la capitale nationale? Cette recherche évalue les impacts que l’immigration a...
The Conference Board of Canada | 35 pages | October 2020 | by Henry Diaz, Alan Arcand
This report summarizes the discussion points of The Conference Board of Canada’s fifth annual Canadian Immigration Summit, which was held in Ottawa May 8 and 9, 2019.
The Conference Board of Canada | 22 pages | October 2019 | by Sara Rose Taylor
This report discusses how developing an Ontario Regional Immigration Strategy could improve the province’s efforts to ensure a broader distribution of newcomers in support of economic...
The Conference Board of Canada | 52 pages | August 2019 | by Kareem El-Assal
Selon ce rapport, en observant une stratégie d’immigration régionale, l’Ontario multiplierait ses chances d’une répartition plus équilibrée des nouveaux venus dans la province...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 57 pages | August 2019 | by Kareem El-Assal
By 2030, all 9.2 million of Canada’s baby boomers will reach retirement age. This briefing explores various solutions to help strengthen our labour force and economy.
The Conference Board of Canada | 56 pages | May 2019 | by Aimee McArthur-Gupta, Kareem El-Assal, Ali Bajwa
D’ici 2030, la totalité des 9,2 millions de baby-boomers auront atteint l’âge de la retraite. Cette note de recherche se penche sur diverses solutions visant à renforcer la population...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 65 pages | May 2019 | by Ali Bajwa, Kareem El-Assal, Aimee McArthur-Gupta
The Conference Board of Canada hosted its second Entrepreneur & Investor Immigration Summit in November 2018. This report summarizes the challenges and suggestions made by the...
The Conference Board of Canada | 60 pages | March 2019 | by Kareem El-Assal, Sara Rose Taylor
Canada’s most dominant cohort, the baby boomers, are retiring in droves. As such, Canada will see a significant restructuring of its labour market in the decades to come and is...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | January 2019 | by Kareem El-Assal
While Canada’s immigrant intake will climb to 340,000 by 2020, the intake of entrepreneurs has declined significantly in recent decades due to the many challenges that Canada has...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | November 2018 | by Kareem El-Assal
Drawing upon Canada’s Immigration Levels Plan 2018–2020, The Conference Board of Canada has recently quantified the economic and fiscal impacts of upping immigration. To further...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | September 2018 | by Kareem El-Assal
Leading business immigration expert Stephane Tajick will tap into his extensive research findings to walk you through the most important developments in global immigrant entrepreneur...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | September 2018
This report summarizes the discussion points of the Canadian Immigration Summit 2018, which considered the themes of strengthening Canada’s economy and strengthening its immigrant...
The Conference Board of Canada | 35 pages | August 2018 | by Ali Bajwa, Kareem El-Assal
Ce rapport résume les sujets abordés au sommet canadien de l’immigration 2018, qui s’articulait autour des thèmes du renforcement de l’économie canadienne et du programme d’établissement...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 38 pages | August 2018 | by Ali Bajwa, Kareem El-Assal
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