Metropolis Institute hosts the National Metropolis Conference on Immigration and Settlement in Canada. The event is the largest annual gathering of researchers, policy makers, and representatives from community and settlement organizations working in the field of immigration and settlement in Canada. The Conference connects immigrant and settlement provider organizations, all three levels of government and academics and attracts over 1000 delegates from every region of Canada to discuss emerging issues, identify and set research priorities and inform policy regarding immigration, refugees, settlement and integration in Canada. The annual conference includes plenary panels featuring distinguished speakers, as well as over 100 workshop and roundtable sessions on a wide variety of topics.

Latest Past Events

Metropolis Wabinar

Join us for the first Metropolis Wabinar on Friday, 10 November at 12pm (EST) for a detailed analysis of our latest survey by Jack Jedwab on International Tensions: Hate Expression and the State of Relations Between Communities in Canada. Jack will present key survey findings for 30 minutes followed by a 30 minute Q&A! Register now as space is limited!  

Giving ‘our’ Past a Future: Re-Building and Sharing Inclusive narrative(s) for Canada

Summary Program Registration Book a Hotel Summary SUMMARY   Giving ‘our’ Past a Future: Re-Building and Sharing a ‘Different’ Historic Narrative(s) for Canada October 2-3, 2023 | Four Points by Sheraton Hotel  If you have questions concerning proposing a session or general questions contact Over the past two decades, the rethinking of the Canadian history […]