Out Now: Spring 2016 Canada digital magazine

The Spring 2016 issue of Re:locate’s new Canada-focused digital magazine highlights the latest developments in mobility across this vast and diverse country, with insights from the Canadian Employee Relocation Council’s 2015 annual conference.

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To view a copy, click here. You can also access our digital magazines and online content via the Re:locate Global App.This is an exciting time to be a mobility professional in Canada, and for those doing business in the region. The Liberal Party took office in last autumn's general election with a new plan for economic opportunity. Enterprise is a key focus, as was shown by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's recent address to the World Economic Forum in Davos and his government's promised initiatives to reform the immigration system in a bid to improve Canada's ability to attract talent from around the world.And, with the traditional mainstays of oil and gas and rail in something of a decline, new sectors like technology and videogames are powering ahead.Other topical features cover:
  • Mobility trends – Macro-level factors affecting mobility to, and within, Canada
  • Diversity – For many Canadian organisations, inclusion is a key driver of success
  • Corporate tax – Tax planning and structuring essential for Canadian companies expanding their activities to the US
  • Millennials – How this key demographic is influencing mobility in Canada
  • Serviced apartments – Providers across Canada are adding value for companies and their relocating employees and international assignees
  • Regional focus – Canada's remote regions bring special challenges for managers and assignees
  • Leadership – HR and relocation professionals can help their organisations to prepare for new opportunities by promoting a culture of openness to change
  • Property – As the US's property market stages its post-recession comeback, we look at how Canada's is faring
  • Employee tax – Planning ahead can help to mitigate challenges for those relocating from Canada to the US, or from the US to Canada
  • Education – Considerations for families looking for a school in Canada, and tips for helping children to manage the challenges of mobility. Plus details of Re:locate's new international education guide
We hope to expand on this first edition to produce regular issues of the magazine, building towards the Canadian Employee Relocation Council's 2016 conference in Vancouver.Keep up with daily news and comment on Canada and from around the world via our Canada section. To advertise your products and services on this international one-stop resource for all things relocation, call our Sales Team on +44 (0)1892 891334, or email ads@relocatemagazine.comDon't forget, you can access all our digital magazines and online content via the Re:locate Global App. For your free download, search the App Store or Google Play Store for 'Relocate Magazine' or 'Relocate Global', add the app to your tablet and/or smartphone, and log in using your email address and the password 'relocate'.Keep up with daily news and comment on Canada and from around the world via our Canada section. To advertise your products and services, call our Sales Team on +44 (0)1892 891334, or email

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