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Building on COVID-Period Immigration Levels: The Economic Case

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 presented show the projected economic impact of each scenario, and the report recommends how to maximize the benefits of immigration for Canadians and newcomers.

Issue briefing | 24 pages | July 2021 | Yilmaz Dinc, Kathryn Dennler | The Conference Board of Canada

Counting on Immigration: Assessing COVID-19’s Impact and Planning for the Future

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 levels of immigration over time.

Issue Briefing | 23 pages | May 2021 | Thomas Clarke, Erin Rose | The Conference Board of Canada

Counting on Immigration: Measuring the Pandemic’s Effect and Building Back Stronger

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 answers. We also modelled economic impacts to understand how immigration could fuel Canada’s recovery and long-term growth.

Summary for Executives | 2 pages | May 2021 | The Conference Board of Canada

Four Futures: the Economic Impact of Immigration in Ottawa–Gatineau

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 past decade and forecasts the impacts of four immigration scenarios.

Impact paper | 33 pages | October 2020 | Henry Diaz, Alan Arcand | The Conference Board of Canada

Quatre scénarios d’avenir : l’impact économique de l’immigration à Ottawa–Gatineau

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 eus cette dernière décennie sur Ottawa-Gatineau et propose des prévisions quant aux impacts selon quatre scénarios d’immigration.

Document d’analyse | 35 pages | October 2020 | Henry Diaz, Alan Arcand | The Conference Board of Canada

Expanding Our Horizons: 2019 Post Immigration Summit Report

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.

Report | 22 pages | October 2019 | Sara Rose Taylor | The Conference Board of Canada

Immigration Beyond the GTA: Toward an Ontario Immigration Strategy

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 development.

Report | 52 pages | August 2019 | Kareem El-Assal | The Conference Board of Canada

L’immigration au-delà de la région du Grand Toronto : Vers une stratégie ontarienne de l’immigration

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 et s’assurerait un meilleur développement économique.

Résumé | 57 pages | August 2019 | Kareem El-Assal | Le Conference Board du Canada

Can’t Go it Alone: Immigration Is Key to Canada’s Growth Strategy

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.

Briefing | 56 pages | May 2019 | Aimee McArthur-Gupta, Kareem El-Assal, Ali Bajwa | The Conference Board of Canada

L’immigration est la clé de la stratégie de croissance du Canada: Seuls, nous n’y arriverons pas

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 active et l’économie canadiennes.

Note de recherche | 65 pages | May 2019 | Ali Bajwa, Kareem El-Assal, Aimee McArthur-Gupta | Le Conference Board du Canada

Turning the Corner: Improving Canadian Business Immigration

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 Summit’s delegates.

Report | 60 pages | March 2019 | Kareem El-Assal, Sara Rose Taylor | The Conference Board of Canada

Strengthening Canada’s Immigration System

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 settlement programs.

Report | 35 pages | August 2018 | Ali Bajwa, Kareem El-Assal | The Conference Board of Canada

Renforcer le système d’immigration canadien

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 des immigrants. Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d’une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Rapport | 38 pages | August 2018 | Ali Bajwa, Kareem El-Assal | Le Conference Board du Canada

Enhancing Success: Canada’s Immigrant Entrepreneurs and International Trade

Canada needs to expand international trade to strengthen its economy. Immigrant entrepreneurs can help this cause, but face challenges. This report looks at these challenges and offers suggestions to help immigrant entrepreneurs perform better.

Report | 41 pages | May 2018 | Kareem El-Assal | The Conference Board of Canada

Améliorer les chances de succès : les immigrants-investisseurs du Canada et le commerce international

Le Canada doit diversifier ses échanges commerciaux internationaux pour renforcer son économie. Les immigrants-investisseurs peuvent aider en ce sens mais ils font face à des défis. Ce rapport se penche sur ces défis et offre des pistes de solution pour aider les immigrants-investisseurs à améliorer leur rendement. Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d’une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Rapport | 45 pages | May 2018 | Kareem El-Assal | Le Conference Board du Canada

Canada 2040 : Aucune immigration ou davantage d’immigration

Ce rapport vise à évaluer les conséquences économiques d’un arrêt de l’immigration au Canada et les effets d’une augmentation graduelle de celle-ci. Ses auteurs évaluent aussi les incidences économiques des trois catégories d’admission d’immigrants (économique, famille et réfugiés). Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d’une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Rapport | 46 pages | May 2018 | Kareem El-Assal, Daniel Fields | Le Conference Board du Canada

Canada 2040: No Immigration Versus More Immigration

This report examines the economic implications of no immigration in Canada and quantifies the impacts of gradually increasing immigration. It also looks at the economic impacts of Canada’s three immigrant admissions classes (economic, family, and refugee).

Report | 46 pages | May 2018 | Kareem El-Assal, Daniel Fields | The Conference Board of Canada

La reconnaissance des diplômes obtenus à l’étranger : l’une des clés de l’intégration des immigrants au Québec

Dans cette nouvelle analyse, l’Institut du Québec se penche sur les difficultés qu’éprouvent les immigrants à faire reconnaître leurs diplômes émis par les universités étrangères. Ce problème est d’ailleurs plus criant au Québec qu’ailleurs. Pour y voir, l’IdQ propose quelques solutions pour améliorer le système de reconnaissance québécois des compétences professionnelles.

Note de recherche | 38 pages | March 2018 | Jean-Guy Côté | Le Conference Board du Canada

The Recognition of Foreign Academic Credentials: A Key to Immigrant Integration in Quebec

In this new report, the Institut du Québec (IdQ) looks at the difficulties immigrants experience in having their foreign academic credentials recognized in Canada. This problem is more prevalent in the province of Quebec. IdQ recommends the following steps to improve the credential approval process in Quebec. This publication includes an English Executive Summary, followed by a French version of the full report.

Briefing | 42 pages | March 2018 | Jean-Guy Côté | The Conference Board of Canada

Le vieillissement de la population et l’économie du Québec

Le Québec, comme bien des sociétés occidentales, est confronté à un problème démographique qui va plomber la croissance économique. L’Institut du Québec recommande d’augmenter les seuils d’immigration, de mieux intégrer les immigrants, de diversifier les marchés d’exportation, de retenir les travailleurs expérimentés sur le marché du travail, de miser davantage sur l’automatisation et de maintenir le contrôle des dépenses publiques et de la dette.

Note de recherche | 46 pages | November 2017 | Jean-Guy Côté, Simon Savard, Sonny Scarfone | Le Conference Board du Canada

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