COSTI is hard-pressed to keep up with ever more complicated issues. Which 3 would you priorise? Findings will not be used in any research or for any purposes
Canada is only now matching immigrant to native born population levels for the first time in 75 years. Should the focus be on sharing a history of immigration and inclusion?
Three quarters of Canadian immigrants live in three urban areas - Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. Living closely in the city can bring its own issues? What priority would you give this?
Immigrants are also, for example, women, youth, or seniors. Would partnerships with generic orgs for these groups focused on education and inclusion be your priority?
Intersectionality is the idea that each individual is the matrix of component issues (for example, religion, gender, poverty, education, etc.). Would this be your priority?
Should culturally sensitive urban planning and immigrant settlement support services be a priority?
Although Canada posits that new immigrants bring new skillsets to our country, under-employment is rampant. How would you priorise this issue?
Current federal focus is on immigrants accessing and paying for their own education. Should COSTI continue to prioritize training services?
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