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Pathways to Prosperity 2024 National Conference

Supporting Newcomers to Canada: A Roadmap to Inclusive Collaboration for Collective Impact

November 25-26, 2024: P2P 2024 National Conference
(In person and Virtual)

November 27, 2024: P2P-FCFA Conference for Local Immigration Partnerships and Réseaux en immigration francophone
(In person and Virtual)

November 28, 2024: National LIP Network Summit
(In Person)

Hyatt Regency Hotel, Vancouver

Pathways to Prosperity will be holding its 12th Annual National Conference at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Vancouver on November 25-27, 2024. A virtual option will also be available on these dates.

On Monday November 25 and Tuesday November 26, the Pathways to Prosperity 2024 National Conference will take place, with a welcome reception planned for the evening of November 24. The conference will include a keynote address, plenary sessions, workshops, roundtable discussions, posters, interactive activities, and lots of opportunities to network with colleagues. All interested parties are welcome to attend this event.

On Wednesday November 27, we will be hosting the P2P-FCFA 2024 Conference for Local Immigration Partnerships and Réseaux en immigration francophone. This is an opportunity for LIPs and RIF to share information and achievements, discuss common challenges and solutions, and develop new connections and collaborations. All interested parties are welcome to attend this event.

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New P2P Virtual Workshop Series

Pathways to Prosperity is pleased to be launching a new workshop series that will take place on the third Tuesday of each month at 1:00 – 2:15 PM ET, starting in June 2024. These sessions will present results from projects conducted by P2P and its partners, and discussions on current issues of wide interest. They are open to all, but registration is required.

The first workshop will take place on Tuesday June 18 at 1:00 PM ET and will focus on Promoting Positive Attitudes toward Immigrants and Immigration in Smaller Canadian Communities.

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