The National Metropolis Conference is an annual forum for researchers, policy makers, representatives from community and settlement organizations to get together to share and exchange knowledge and experience in the field of immigration and settlement.
Overview of the last 100 years of Canada through the work of Statistics Canada. We will examine the country’s current challenges as documented by our national statistical agency and what the future holds.
The 2018 edition will address various issues concerning Canadian history and social studies and there will be a special focus on Indigenous peoples in Canada and Canadian diversity.
The key aim of this Mexico City forum is to explore where expandedcooperation across the continent on migration can both promote security and grow the economy in all three countries.
This year marks the twentieth edition of the National Metropolis Conference with the main objective of facilitating interaction between researchers, government, and service providers (the community and private sector partners).
This day of reflection offers to reflect on the Canadian Francophonie of the future and its place and role within a global Francophonie, which is also evolving.
As Canada marks its 150th milestone, the time is right for policy makers, academics and researchers to reflect on Canada’s cultural practice and policies, both to assess the successes and failures of the past, and to chart a bold path for the future.
This inaugural Policy Forum will facilitate open and constructive discussion between policy-makers, researchers and practitioners in order to achieve better understanding of the respective challenges in the area of migration in the United States, Mexico and Canada.