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Toronto

What happens when temporary becomes permanent?

Date and time

2012.03.03, 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Details

Recent policy changes are challenging the premise of temporary labour programs as more pathways to permanent residency are established. This workshop offers a pan-Canadian perspective on transitions to permanency, highlighting implications for future immigration policy. The panel will discuss associated challenges and opportunities for immigrants, receiving communities, and Canadian society.

Organizer / Organisateur
Sarah Zell, University of British Columbia
Jill Bucklaschuk, University of Manitoba

Participants
Delphine Nakache, University of Ottawa
Two-step migration: An analysis of immigration opportunities and challenges for migrant workers using Provincial and Territorial Nominee Programs

Sarah Zell and Geraldina Polanco, University of British Columbia
Getting your foot in the door?: Transnational Mexican and Filipino recruitment and implications for Canadian citizenship

Naveen Mehta, UFCW Canada
UFCW Canada, Collective Bargaining, the Undoing of the TFWP

Jenna Hennebry, Wilfred Laurier University
Playing Snakes & Ladders Across the Streams: Navigating Transitions from Temporary to Permanent Residency

Lei Wang, Manitoba Labour and Immigration, Government of Manitoba

Discussant / Commentateur
Jill Bucklaschuk, University of Manitoba

Venue

14th Metropolis Conference

Venue description

Westin Harbour Castle
1 Harbour Square

Address

(Westin Harbour Castle) 1 Harbour Square

City

Toronto

Country

Canada

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Economic sectors

Agriculture and horticulture workers, Occupations in services - Domestic work, Sales and service occupations - general, Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations - general, Natural resources, agriculture and related production occupations - general, Labourers in food, beverage and associated products processing, Dancers, and Other

Content types

Policy analysis

Target groups

Policymakers, Researchers, Unions, and NGOs/community groups/solidarity networks

Regulation domains

Access to permanent status

Geographical focuses

Canada, Ontario, Alberta, Manitoba, Quebec, British Columbia, Other provinces, Federal, and Nova Scotia

Languages

English