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Pathways to Prosperity 2023 National Conference NovemberNov 20 2023 - NovemberNov 21 2023 America/TorontoLe Centre Sheraton Hotel, Montreal, Canada

Pathways to Prosperity will be holding its 11th Annual National Conference at Le Centre Sheraton Hotel in Montreal on November 20 – 22, 2023. A virtual option will also be available on these dates.

Many changes have occurred in Canada’s immigration system in the last few years, particularly the drive for regionalization of immigration outside of the traditional immigrant-receiving metropolises; new modes of immigration, including the increasing transition of temporary residents to permanent residents; and the record-breaking number of immigrants being accepted into Canada each year. These changes pose challenges but also exciting opportunities for new ideas and innovation in immigration and settlement policies, programs, and practices.

The 2023 Pathways to Prosperity National Conference will explore the changes occurring and potential innovations in response to these changes. In this way, we can all contribute to planning for the future of immigration to Canada. In addition, through presentations and discussion, attendees will be equipped with new ideas and innovative program solutions to support the IRCC 2024 Call for Proposals for the Settlement and Resettlement Assistance Programs. It will be an opportunity to learn from others, share expertise and experiences, and expand networks.

On Monday November 20 and Tuesday November 21, the P2P 2023 National Conference will take place, with a welcome reception planned for the evening of November 19. The conference will include a keynote address, plenary sessions, workshops, roundtable discussions, posters, and lots of opportunities to network with colleagues. This year, both workshops and roundtables will be held for those who attend in person and for those attending virtually. All interested parties are welcome to attend this event.

On Wednesday November 22, we will be hosting the P2P 2023 Conference for Local Immigration Partnerships and Réseaux en immigration francophone. This is an opportunity for LIPs and RIF to share information and achievements, discuss common challenges and solutions, and develop new connections and collaborations. All interested parties are welcome to attend this event.

To be inclusive, we will be providing simultaneous interpretation for the keynote speaker and plenary sessions (both in person and virtually).

The planning committees for these events are working hard to make them engaging and valuable to all who attend. More information will be posted as it becomes available.

In-Person Schedule:

Sunday, November 19
Welcome reception: 7:00 to 9:00 PM

Monday, November 20
Conference runs from 9:30 AM to 4:45 PM
Evening reception and poster session: 6:00 to 8:00 PM

Tuesday, November 21
Conference runs from 8:30 AM to 5:15 PM

Wednesday, November 22
Conference runs from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Breakfast, lunch and refreshments will be provided daily.

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This virtual space is designed to help us connect across the land that we are currently calling Canada. Our members are standing on different parts of this land that many Indigenous peoples have been taking care of for millennia before settlers arrived. We acknowledge the injustices that have been committed in the past and the harms that continue. We are committed to learning, sharing knowledge, and working towards a just future through building respectful relationships between established or recent settlers and the first nations of what we now call Canada. For learning more about native land: