Rick Hansen

In today’s rapidly changing and increasingly international labour market, employers are increasingly looking for hires with global experience, as they bring global awareness, intercultural skills and connections that help businesses and organizations thrive.

Global study and work-integrated learning opportunities are also about personal development; they build character in ways that help shape our view of the world and our contributions to it… Increasing cultural awareness, understanding and acceptance is vital to building a more peaceful, equitable and accessible world for all.

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David Johnston: Let’s boost international education for Canadian students

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Global Horizons: Back to School

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Tabatha Bull: Canada’s bottom line needs globally connected Indigenous youth