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Immigration Symposia 2017
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The government of Canada has unveiled its new Global Skills Strategy (GSS),  which is intended to help attract highly qualified talent from around the world. The government has also announced a new pilot project “ Global Talent Stream” under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program


These new programs will significantly alter Canada’s economic immigration programs.


To help employers navigate the new rules, CERC is hosting various symposiums across Canada to help Mobility Professionals navigate these changes.


Senior government officials and immigration experts will be presenting. These events will attract senior business leaders and decision makers from many of Canada’s leading employers. To date we have completed events in Toronto and Calgary.


We have posted the latest information presented at the events so far.  This page will be regularly updated with the most current information, so be sure to check back regularly


Upcoming events:


Vancouver Immigration Symposium: Thursday April 6, 2017




Montreal Immigration Symposium: Date TBA


Toronto Immigration Symposium Thursday, February 23, 2017


Minister Albanese Tweets about her participation in the Toronto Symposium


Presentations from the Event


ESDC - A Global Talent Stream: Global Skills Strategy


Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada: Global Skills Strategy


Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada: An Overview of Changes to Express Entry


Fragomen Worldwide: Leveraging Canada’s Express Entry System


Green and Spiegel LLP and the Council for Global Immigration: Canada / US Mobility: NAFTA and more…


PwC Law LLP: Are you ready for when immigration officials come knocking? Managing immigration compliance


CERC: New Directions in Canada’s Economic Immigration System


Minister Albaese and CERC President and CEO Stephen Cryne address the Toronto Symposium



Calgary Immigration Symposium Thursday, February 9, 2017


CERC President and CEO Stephen Cryne and Panel at Calgary Symposium


Calgary Symposium Presentations


Express Entry


Global Skills Strategy


IRCC Update


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