Current National Partners

Canadian Pacific – Mentoring with two IECs and partnering with various immigrant organizations to provide unpaid work experiences

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CGI – Mentoring with two IECs and serving on the boards/councils of TRIEC and Hire Immigrants Ottawa

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CIBC – Mentoring with two IECs and offering paid internships

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CIC – funds several IECs and offers the Federal Internship for Newcomers Program

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Deloitte – Mentoring with four IECs and active member of TRIEC’s Council and Alliés Montréal’s Strategic Affairs Council

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Fraser, Milner, Casgrain – Mentoring with two IECs and created an internship program for internationally trained lawyers

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Ernst & Young – Mentoring with two IECs and has supported and implemented several programs that assist skilled immigrants to find and sustain employment

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Federation of Canadian Municipalities – Various municipalities are involved in mentoring programs along with funding and serving on IEC boards and committees

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KPMG – Mentoring with two IECs and six time winner of Canada’s Best Employer for New Canadians award

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Pitney Bowes – Mentored with four IECs and a winner of Canada’s Best Employer for New Canadians award

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RBC – Mentoring with 7 IECs and offering internships through Career Bridge

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Scotiabank – Supporter of TRIEC’s Professional Immigrant Networks, co-Chair on HIO’s Employer council and actively mentoring with 3 IECs

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TD Bank Group – Founding partner of TRIEC’s Mentoring Partnership and mentoring with four other communities along with serving on various boards/councils of IECs

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Telus – Active with two IECs in Western Canada including ERIEC’s mentoring program

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