We are pleased to announce that Hire Immigrants is joining the Magnet network. This new partnership allows Hire Immigrants to leverage Magnet’s innovative online platform and reach its extensive community of over 8,000 employers, 31 post-secondary institutions and 180 community partners.

Success Story

Idea We’re Watching: “Project Ahlan” has Australian Restaurants Readying to Welcome Syrian Refugees The owners of Almond Bar restaurant are partnering up with local chefs, restaurant owners, and immigrant serving agencies in Sydney, Australia, to welcome Syrian newcomers with training and job opportunities. Read more.


We asked a number of successful employers, including KPMG Canada, Deloitte Canada and Trinity Tech Inc., about the benefits of hiring skilled immigrants. Learn how these employers have experienced the value skilled immigrants contribute to their team, the solutions for overcoming obstacles and the practices for effectively hiring skilled immigrants. Watch now.


Refugees Jobs Agenda: Kick-Starting Employer Action - The magnitude of the global refugee crisis has left many wondering: how can I help? In this webinar, learn how the Toronto business community responded with the Syrian Refugees Jobs Agenda Roundtable.
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Brokering Success – Improving Skilled Immigrant Employment Outcomes - Learn how increased government-employer engagement can help skilled immigrants find employment.

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Recent Articles
  • April 20, 2017
    Six federal ministries and departments will remove information revealing an applicant's race and ethnicity from the application and resume to stop hiring biases against minority candidates. Read more.
  • April 3, 2017
    Canada welcomes the best and brightest from around the world through its immigration programs. Highly-skilled immigrants bring with them the qualifications, experience and technical skills necessary for businesses facing a skills gap. Listen to these talented individuals for a preview of the skills and expertise highly-skilled immigrants bring with them to Canada.
  • April 3, 2017
    At this year's Metropolis Conference, Looking Forward: Migration and Mobility in 2017 and Beyond, Hire Immigrants hosted a workshop, Disrupting the Hiring Bias: The Role of the Private, Public and Nonprofit Sector, focusing on immigrant employment as a priority involving three key stakeholders: public sector, private sector, and the nonprofit sector. Read more about our session highlights.
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