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Championing the skills and talents of newcomers and building immigrant-inclusive workplaces in the Greater Toronto Region.
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TRIEC 23h
TRIEC will be at the conference in Ottawa from June 24-28. Join us and some of our partners around the world to hear how we share our knowledge with other cities who want to help immigrants succeed:
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TRIEC May 17
Congratulations on another year of the successful celebration yesterday!
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TRIEC May 16
Replying to @JoanneRoyce
Loved your insights. Thank you so much!
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TRIEC May 16
Incredible interaction with newcomers at the event! Visit TRIEC’s booth #39 at Nathan Phillips Square until 3:30pm. We’re happy to inform you how our employer and community partners can help you!
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TRIEC May 16
It’s so beautiful at the event at Nathan Phillips! Come see us at TRIEC booth #39 until 3:30pm today. Love to connect with all newcomers and those who support diversity and inclusion in .
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TRIEC May 16
Wish you a happy ! Come see us at TRIEC booth #39 at Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen St. W. until 3:30pm today. Love to connect with all newcomers and those who support diversity and inclusion. Thanks for thinking of us!
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Lambda Solutions May 16
See how utilized to provide new in-demand courses, evaluate program effectiveness, and significantly reduce reporting costs (and how you can too)!
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TRIEC May 16
Thank you so much for sharing your insights with us!
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TO Newcomer Office May 16
It's finally here! Today is the 5th annual . Please join us for the festivities as we welcome newcomers to our beautiful city.
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TRIEC May 16
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TRIEC May 15
Proud to announce that one of our brilliant PINs leaders, Jenny Okonkwo from , has been nominated for the 2019 RBC Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Award! Please cast your vote.
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TRIEC May 15
“Don’t judge us by Canadian experience. Ask us what we can do” - Peace Abraham-Ajayi, on how to find a meaningful job in Canada at the Talent Exchange event.
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TRIEC May 15
“I told myself this is an opportunity that would change my life. Take criticism with an open mind and you will see new solutions” Peace Abraham-Ajayi, on how to find a meaningful job in Canada
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TRIEC May 15
“What you do in your waiting period determines how long you’ll wait” Peace Abraham-Ajayi, on how to find a meaningful job in Canada
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TRIEC May 15
“You have to speak up when you have an idea in meetings in Canada” - Liliana Nakamura,
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Refine Management May 15
A great panel w/ , , , , . So refreshing to have tactical change for vs. just talking about .
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TRIEC May 15
“Try all networking events like social events“ Mahboob Bolandi, Canadian Society of Iranian Engineers and Architects on the channels that immigrant professionals use when looking for jobs.
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TRIEC May 15
“It’s important for newcomers to work on communication skills like writing proposals. It makes long run” Joanne Royce,
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TRIEC May 15
Replying to @HATCHglobal
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TRIEC May 15
“It’s a topic we need to constantly talk about - we have a massive shortage of talent, but those skills exist globally” -Akanksha Malik from on the GTA labour market’s need for diverse talent
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