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Tell us: Nominate a change-maker in immigrant integration

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While experts, think tanks and bureaucrats put forth their ideas on how to make immigration work better, individual innovators are moving ahead and making the changes they see are needed. From community members with fresh approaches to mentoring and integrating newcomers, to employers who recognize that a diverse work force broadens a company's vision and knowledge, these are the people building tomorrow's Canada today. Click here for videos and profiles of six people who are innovating in their communities. Use the form below to nominate someone who is making a change.



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