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Ottawa’s new approach, known as Integrated Local Labour Market Planning (ILLMP), is focused on an industry-driven, locally-focused, labour market plan to “grow our human capital” – our people and our city.

4th Biennial Ottawa Immigration Forum

4th Biennial Ottawa Immigration Forum
Monday, November 20, 2017| 8 am – 2 pm
Location:  Bayview Yards Innovation Centre, The RBC Foundry, 7 Bayview Road
Theme:  Pathways to Integration:  Learning Forward
Please register by November 13, 2017. Sign up today as space is limited!

Upon registration, a final agenda will be sent to you. Material related to the forum will be posted on OLIP’s website.

Pre-registration for the forum breakout session is required. By registering for the forum breakout session you are automatically registered for the plenary sessions.

OLIP is partnering with the Champlain Local Health Integration Network, Local Employment Planning Council, the University of Ottawa’s Centre on Governance, and the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce to host this exciting forum.

The forum will provide you with an opportunity to:

  • Learn about OLIP partners’ collective progress during the last two years
  • Hear from OLIP partners
  • Engage with new knowledge and experts
  • Contribute your ideas on selected topics of continued planning and action

If you have any questions, please contact Suzanne Charest at Suzanne@olip-plio.ca or 613-232-9634, ext. 318.

Ottawa Employment Hub has partnered with Magnet

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Magnet is a collaborative network powered by a job-matching platform that connects employers to talent based on skills and qualifications. Magnet serves all Canadians and utilizes an advanced and protected recruitment model that can effectively, and efficiently promote diversity and support bias free recruitment strategies.

Start connecting to the right talent at ottawaemploymenthub.magnet.today