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Administrative Assistant Associations in Canada


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The associations listed below provide additional information about licensure and certification and offer a variety of professional development, education and networking opportunities.


Association of Administrative Assistants
Email: [email protected]

The Association has branches in Ontario (Barrie/Simcoe County, ), Calgary (Alberta), Sudbury, Edmonton, Hamilton, Toronto and Vancouver.

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Immigrant networks

Professional immigrant networks are organized, volunteer-run member-based associations or networks created by and for immigrant professionals that seek to:

  • create a forum to contribute to and enrich their respective communities
  • provide opportunities for their members to find meaningful employment and achieve their professional goals

Activities of these networks include networking events, mentoring, information sessions, professional development opportunities such as workshops, speaker events and training and connections to employment opportunities.

British Columbia
BCITP Net – BC Internationally Trained Professionals Network
BCITP Net is a partnership of internationally trained professionals from around the province, working cooperatively, to improve access to meaningful employment for all immigrant professionals in BC.

Nova Scotia
IETP-NS: Association of Internationally Educated and Trained Professionals of Nova Scotia
IETP-NS helps newcomer professionals with their full economic and social integration in the province of Nova Scotia.

Professional Immigrant Networks (TRIEC)

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