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Canadian Immigration Summit 2019 — The Immigration Lobby Worries About How to Deal With Populism (Majority Opposition to the Immigration Invasion)

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Canadian Immigration Summit 2019  — The Immigration Lobby Worries About How to Deal With Populism (Majority Opposition to the Immigration Invasion)
Please view this on the internet. The main theme is ‘what shall we do about populism’. In other words, the Liberal Government are having a conference to figure out how to offset the will of level headed people, the populists. Heaven forbid we should have any objection to immigration and the cost to taxpayers. Our numbers must be growing or they wouldn’t be so worried. Attendees will have to pay $995 for an individual and $495 for members of non-profit organizations.

Canadian Immigration Summit 2019

May 8 to 9, 2019 in Ottawa

Summit Overview

How can we plan for tomorrow, today?

The purpose of the 2019 Summit is to explore how Canada can respond proactively to emerging immigration issues in a rapidly changing world.

We tend to dwell on the past to tackle today’s challenges and anticipate the ones we will experience tomorrow. Moreover, we are often focused on the short-term, with too little of our time and energy devoted to thinking about how we can plan for the future. However, the world is not standing still, and Canada is no exception. Changes at home and abroad will disrupt Canada’s future immigration system in ways we cannot currently fathom. For example, how many of us five years ago imagined that a wave of populism would take the world by storm?

Plenary Session 2
Confronting Populism

Moderator:

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The Hon. Ratna Omidvar

The Hon. Ratna Omidvar
Senator for Ontario
Senate of Canada

Panellists:

 Bricker

Darrell Bricker
Chief Executive Officer
Ipsos Public Affairs

Theresa Cardinal Brown

Theresa Cardinal Brown
Director of Immigration and Cross-Border Policy
Bipartisan Policy Center

Fen Osler Hampson

Fen Osler Hampson
Director
World Refugee