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Calgary Immigration Symposium - Re-charting Canada's Economic Immigration System
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Major changes are underway in Canada’s Economic Immigration system, that may impact your organization and its employees.

2017-02-09
When: Thursday, February 9, 2017
8:00 am – 11:45 am
Where: The Ranchmen's Club
710-13th Avenue SW
Calgary, Alberta  T2R 0K9
Canada
Contact: Alison Brett
416.593.9812


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Major changes are underway in Canada’s Economic Immigration system, that may impact your organization and its employees, including:

·         Express Entry

·         Global Skills Strategy

·         Short Term Work Permits

·         Temporary Foreign Worker Program

 

In addition, the recently implemented US Executive Order, by President Trump, limiting travel into the US, will have serious implications for cross border mobility.

 

If your organization accesses international talent, or has employees that travel between Canada and the US,  you need to understand the implications these changes will have on your organization.

 

I invite you to join CERC for a special symposium as we explore all of these changes:

Thursday February 9, 2017, 8:00 am – 11:45 am

The Ranchmen's Club, 710-13th Avenue SW

Calgary, Alberta  T2R 0K9

 

Senior officials from Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada,  including Phil Somogyvari, Director of the Global Skills Strategy, are interested to hear from employers about the changes being introduced. This is a significant opportunity to add your voice to the discussion and help shape policy in this important area of immigration and labour mobility.

 

We also have some of Canada’s leading immigration experts who will share their thoughts on how to leverage the new programs

 

Thank you to our sponsors:

 

                                       


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