Publications, opinions, and speeches
Brain Drain, Brain Gain
Published on 25/05/2000
There is an intense media focus on the brain drain from Canada to the United States. At the same time, Canada is experiencing a largely unrecognized brain gain of skilled and qualified immigrants. This movement of human capital has significant implications for Canada’s values, cultures and institutions. Yet much of the public debate about the issue is based on misperceptions and incomplete information.
In the interest of separating fact from fiction and encouraging informed discussion, Maytree sponsored a public forum on Brain Drain, Brain Gain at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts in Toronto on May 25, 2000.
ISBN – 1-894598-17-2