National Immigration Centre

Building the future of Canada’s immigration system

Canada’s future prosperity depends on immigration. Optimizing the systems that help to attract, select, and settle immigrants will maximize the benefits of immigration for both newcomers and Canadians. The National Immigration Centre was established to enhance Canada’s immigration system through independent, impartial, evidence-based research.

Funded By

Atlantic Workforce Partnership

Why Become a Funder?

Create more impact through a collective research initiative.  

Funding members help shape the future of Canada by supporting independent, evidence-based research on Canadian immigration delivered to decision-makers in government, business, and civil society. Pooling dollars from multiple funders helps your investment go further, enabling Conference Board researchers and economists to create more robust and impactful research. 

Our Objectives

Conduct research and analysis to enhance the design of Canada’s immigration and settlement system.

Drive impact by sharing research insights with key immigration system stakeholders.

Convene members to discuss immigration challenges, opportunities, and leading practices.

Raise awareness of how immigration policies affect the success of newcomers and Canadians.

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