Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, tourism is one of the hardest-hit sectors in Canada and across the world. Full recovery is predicted to be as distant as mid-2022. Employment in the accommodations industry may not reach pre-COVID levels until as late as 2024.
Despite the uncertainty, the demand for travel will rebound. This opportunity for growth requires industry players to identify the role newcomers have as Canada’s hotels recover from the crisis.
To explore this more fully, join Café New Canadians for a virtual event on Thursday, October 8, at 7:30 PM Eastern Time.
This live chat features:
- Vibha Vohra-Bhalla, Director, Services & Community Engagement at ACCES Employment
- Philip Mondor, President and CEO of Tourism HR Canada
- Pinar Uzunkaya, Assistant Project Manager at OTEC
- Carol Logan, Director of Human Resources at The Prince George Hotel in Halifax
Sign up today to explore the role that immigrants have to play in the evolving Canadian hospitality industry, learn about Destination Employment, a free training program facilitated across the country, and hear panellists’ insights on how we will build a flourishing industry that welcomes travel and leisure to Canada once more.
The four guest speakers will also answer your questions live. See you there!
Register for Café New Canadians’ The future of the hotel and tourism industry in Canada virtual live chat