Connecting Canadian talent to the world

September 14, 2018
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A Canadian student with colleagues in Africa looking at a tripod.

At a time of closing borders and closing minds, international opportunities for Canadian students are essential. When Canadian students go abroad – to study, research or learn a new language – they develop essential skills, perspectives and networks that will not only help them navigate our rapidly changing labour market, but also enhance Canada’s productivity and competitiveness.


Canada must take bold action to equip a critical mass of young Canadians from all backgrounds with career-boosting experiences that prepare them for our shifting global economy, and allow Canada to better compete on the world stage.

More information:

Read our pre-budget 2019 submission

Tagged:  Global connections, Study abroad

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