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The Conference

For the last 13 years, MOSAIC has been organizing the annual Immigrant Professionals Conference (IPC) and has been receiving consistent positive reviews and feedback.

Each year the event provides 250+ immigrant professionals with the opportunity to further their professional development via presentations by inspiring speakers, active participation in plenary, breakout sessions and panel discussions, and networking opportunities.

IPC’s objective is to provide guidance, encouragement and inspiration to newcomer professionals who will benefit from their exposure and connection to experts and leaders in their respective fields. Learning the trends in the current labour market and applying the strategies and skills in their own personal career advancement would be a meaningful take away from this event.

 “Immigrants form over 20 percent of Canada’s workforce and are a large pool of skilled workers. Most immigrants are highly educated, speak more than one language and can link business to customers in Canada’s ethnic communities and abroad.” – WorkBC


IPC attracts participants from all over the world and focuses on those who are already in Canada. Regardless of their geographical location, the IPC provides delegates with the opportunity to further their professional development via a variety of experiences; guided and encouraged every step of the way by motivational speakers, skilled facilitators and lead employers, and subject matter experts from educational institutions and professional associations.

Past delegates reported that IPC had a positive impact on their professional development. As a result of participating in the conference, they felt better prepared to advance their careers in Canada.

MOSAIC helps new Canadians prepare for success in Canada!

Immigrants bring skills, diverse perspectives and international connections to their roles, making them an attractive talent pool for employers looking to fill in-demand jobs.” – BC GOV News



MOSAIC is a registered charity and one of the largest settlement and employment organizations in Canada.

MOSAIC serves immigrant, refugee, migrant and mainstream communities in Greater Vancouver and the Fraser Valley as well as throughout the province of BC and overseas via online programs. Provincially, MOSAIC provides more employment supports and programs than any other immigrant serving organization in BC including the operation of five WorkBC Centres.

To learn more about our many programs and services visit mosaicbc.org

Newcomers to Canada are highly adaptable. They are prepared to take on new challenges and are eager to learn.  – Business Council of Canada