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The Conference on Northern and Small Communities was organized by the Welcoming Communities Initiative (WCI) and the North Bay and District Multicultural Centre (NBDMC). It took place on March 1- 2, 2011 in North Bay, Ontario. It was preceded by a complementary one-day event that was hosted by the Conference Board of Canada and the City of North Bay; the two events were thematically linked, and attendees could participate in both.
This session presented custom research from The Conference Board of Canada that benchmarks the North Bay region’s attractiveness to newcomers across a range of indicators. The Conference Board will also present new research that explores how immigrants stimulate innovation, trade and foreign direct investment.
Speakers: Greg Sutherland (Senior Economist); Zeina Sleiman (Research Associate); Diana MacKay (Director – Education, Health, and Immigration Programs)
For more information about the Welcoming Communities Initiative, please visit: www.welcomingcommunities.ca