Skip to content
Employer Survey

November 2021| NSIIP

We want to hear from you! We are conducting a survey to a understand North Shore labour market trends in the COVID-19 economic recovery context and identify strategies to attract and retain immigrant talent that contributes positively to economic growth.

2021 NS Forum

February 2021 | NSIIP

North Shore Service Providers' Forum

Working together for improved immigrant inclusion in our North Shore communities

Testimonial 1
Member Testimonial

“NSIIP builds and maintains an indispensible of local community supporters for me to meet and collaborate with to create opportunities to build welcoming and inclusive environments together”

Town Hall

September 2020 | NSIIP

Let’s Talk About Achieving Racial Equity

This Town Hall meeting brought together an audience of 250 community members to continue the conversation started at the dialogue on Building Anti-Racist Communities event focusing on moving towards racial equity on the North Shore.

Community Forum

March 2021 | NSIIP

The focus of this event was to explore strategies for Achieving Racial Equity on the North Shore.

Testimonial 2
Member Testimonial

“Participating in NSIIP has heightened staff awareness related to belonging and inclusion”

previous arrowprevious arrow
next arrownext arrow

Building an Inclusive North Shore

The North Shore Immigrant Inclusion Partnership (NSIIP) is a coalition of 35+ community agencies and institutions focused on improving the settlement outcomes of new immigrants. 

Through collaboration with our partners, we aim to work towards a vision of an inclusive North Shore where everyone has a sense of belonging. We support projects and lead initiatives that aim to ensure all immigrants have opportunities to fully participate economically, socially, and civically in our North Shore communities.

Strategic Priorities

Access to Information & Services

Immigrants and community stakeholders all have access to current and relevant information and resources to facilitate settlement and integration.

Community Connections & Intercultural Relationships

North Shore residents are engaged in building cross cultural relationships and mutual trust.


North Shore immigrants have access to employment that matches their skills, education, and experience.


Immigrants play a representative role in guiding the development of the communities of the North Shore.

Our Partners

Municipal Governments

District of West Vancouver, District of North Vancouver, City of North Vancouver

Community Service Providers

North Shore Multicultural Society, Family Services, Community Resource Centre, Neighbourhood House, Silver Harbour Seniors' Centre, and more

Arts, Culture & Recreation

North Van Arts, Presentation House Theatre, North Vancouver Recreation & Culture, North Vancouver Museum & Archives, and more

Health & Education

Canadian Mental Health Association, Vancouver Coastal Health, Capilano University, North Vancouver and West Vancouver School Districts, Libraries, First Responders & Police, North Vancouver School District, West Vancouver School District

Local Businesses & Employers

WorkBC, North & West Vancouver Chambers of Commerce, Vancity, Business Improvement Associations

NSIIP is grateful to hold its activities on the traditional, ancestral, unceded, and occupied territories of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and Səlilwətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Peoples.

Copyright ©2019 All rights reserved.