The interactive calendar allows users to search for events that are of general or regional interest. Date ranges can be specified by clicking on start and end dates in the calendar, using the arrows to switch months. Alternatively, the start and end dates can be entered in the space provided, above the calendar. P2P members and stakeholders are encouraged to register their events using the ‘Suggest an Event’ feature, located below the calendar.
Interest in international students in Canada has never been greater. Various levels of government, the business sector, the settlement sector, Local Immigration Partnerships and Réseaux en immigration francophone have begun to recognize the impact and potential value that international students represent to Canadian society. However, Canada is not alone in
The 2018 Summit is focusing on two major, related themes: Growing Canada’s economy Strengthening Canada’s settlement program Due to its aging population and low birth rate, Canada is increasingly relying upon immigrants to spur economic growth. But a key question is: How can Canada better harness the skills of its
In June 2018, the Canadian Council for Refugees invites non-governmental organizations and others to attend an international conference in Toronto designed to enhance effectiveness in promoting the human rights of refugees and vulnerable migrants. Representatives of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), academics, government officials, UNHCR representatives, refugees and vulnerable migrants. Special attention
For several decades now, immigration has occupied a significant place in the political discourse of many countries in Europe, the Pacific region and the Americas. Fed by the growing struggle between cosmopolitanism and nationalisms, between open and closed societies, the present-day manifestations of uncertainty and tension in relation to identity necessarily call