Local Immigration Partnerships
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Local Immigration Partnerships (LIPs) are community-wide, multi-sectoral partnerships working to strengthen a community’s capacity to welcome immigrants and improve integration outcomes through enhanced economic, social, political and civic participation.
Underpinning the establishment of Local Immigration Partnerships is the recognition that:
- immigration is important to the future of Ontario cities;
- immigrants’ current settlement and integration outcomes are fraught with multiple challenges, and too many immigrants remain on the margins of our community; and
- local communities, institutions, and leaders have an accumulated knowledge and experience that we must leverage and build upon.
LIPs in Ontario
- Five Eastern Counties (Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry and Prescott Russell) Local Immigration Partnership
Leeds & Grenville
London & Middlesex
Renfrew & Lanark
Sault Ste. Marie
Please note that 17 neighbourhood-based LIPs were originally established and subsequently merged to create 4 Quadrant-based LIPs. - Toronto Newcomer Strategy
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