The Conference Board of Canada is the country’s immigration research hub. Relying on in-house demographic, economic, and fiscal models, we have the unique ability to quantify the challenges associated with an aging demographic and evaluate policy assumptions around immigration and immigrants success in the labour market. Our work helps strengthen Canada’s immigration system.

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Recent Reports

Immigration beyond the GTA

In 2018, the GTA welcomed 106,000 immigrants, which enriches the region’s economy, but also creates economic challenges. This report identifies how stakeholders, such as the three levels of government, can promote regionalization across the province.

Report—52 pages

Which Province Welcomes the Most Immigrants?

We compare the provinces by total number of new arrivals and as a share of Canada’s population.


Improving Canadian Business Immigration

The increasing international prevalence of business immigration programs is being fuelled by…

Report—60 pages

Immigrant Entrepreneurs and International Trade

Canada needs to diversify and expand its international trade to strengthen its economy...

Report—41 pages

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Featured Researcher

Pedro Antunes

Chief Economist

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Executive Councils & Research Centres

The Centre produces evidence-based research for stakeholders interested in global talent.


Custom Research

Canada needs global talent now. Strengthen your understanding of the importance of immigration.