Registration Now Open


Pathways to Prosperity 2016 National Conference

Westin Hotel, Ottawa

We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the fourth annual Pathways to Prosperity National Conference, to take place in Ottawa on Thursday and Friday, December 1—2, 2016. On Wednesday, November 30 we will also be hosting a full-day workshop for the Local Immigration Partnerships and the Réseaux en immigration francophone. The theme of this year’s conference is Shaping Immigration to Canada: Learning from the Past and a Vision for the Future. For further information, to register for the conference and preconference, to submit a workshop or poster proposal for the conference, or to book a hotel room, please click here.

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Registration Now Open


P2P Workshop on Attraction, Retention, and Integration of Immigrants in Smaller Communities

Sheraton Hotel, St John’s, Newfoundland

On October 7, 2016 the Pathways to Prosperity, in partnership with the Atlantic Region Association of Immigrant Serving Agencies and the Association for New Canadians, will be hosting a full-day workshop on Attraction, Retention, and Integration of Immigrants in Smaller Communities. The workshop will explore challenges and promising practices for effectively attracting, retaining, and supporting the economic, social, and civic/political integration of immigrants in smaller communities in ways that improve newcomer outcomes and benefit the communities in which newcomers settle. For further information on the workshop and to register, please click here.

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Research


P2P’s online library of Master’s Theses and Dissertations

The Pathways to Prosperity Partnership’s online library of Master’s Theses and Dissertations provides graduate students whose work focuses on immigration-related issues the opportunity to disseminate information on their research in progress or recently completed. The online library is a great opportunity to increase the visibility of your work with various academic, community and government stakeholders working in the field of immigration in Canada. To submit your abstract and project information to the online library, click here

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