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Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is committed to building a skilled and diverse workforce that reflects the Canadians we serve. Our employees work with people in Canada and around the world to help build an inclusive and diverse society that is at the core of our Canadian identity. Our work has global reach and human impact.

As a department, IRCC is committed to diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racism in our people management, client service and policy and programs. Please read our 2022–2023 Deputy Minister Commitments to Diversity and Inclusion and Anti-Racism Statement.

Our vision is to build a stronger Canada—a safe and secure country with a shared bond of citizenship and values; a country that continues to support our humanitarian tradition and draws the best from the world to help build a nation that is economically, socially and culturally prosperous. Check out our mandate, mission and vision to learn more.

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As one of the National Capital Region’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Best Employers by Forbes, we take pride in being a department focused on people. We continue to be celebrated for the workplace culture our employees have collectively built—which strives toward diversity and inclusion, and encourages wellness. Our department has a variety of networks for our employees to join including:

  • Black Employee Network
  • Racialized Employees and Allies Network
  • Indigenous Peoples Circle
  • Pride@IRCC
  • Professional Development Network
  • Persons with Disabilities Network
  • and more!

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Our programs help meet our country’s needs. Our work helps Canada become more economically, socially, and culturally prosperous.

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