Nominate now for RBC Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards
Tuesday, February 5, 2019

For the last decade, the RBC Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards program has been highlighting inspiring stories of immigrants who have made incredible contributions to Canada, and honouring them with Canada’s only national awards celebrating immigrant success. Is there an inspiring immigrant deserving of recognition that you know? Nominations are now open for the 11th annual awards program. 

“Our goal at Canadian Immigrant is to support newcomers integration and success in Canada. Through the RBC Top 25 Awards program, we celebrate immigrants who have achieved great things and, in turn, serve as inspiring role models,” said Margaret Jetelina, editor of Canadian Immigrant. “Canada has always been known as a welcoming country to immigrants, and these awards are a shining example of that humanitarian hospitality.”

Immigrants who have been honoured with this prestigious national award in the past include well-known Canadians like restaurateur/TV host Vikram Vij and acclaimed ballerina Chan Hon Goh, as well as other immigrants who demonstrated incredible contributions and achievements in their communities and for the country.

“RBC is committed to supporting newcomers in Canada and is honoured to be able to celebrate their significant contributions and successes that positively effect change in our country,” said Ivy Chiu, senior director, newcomer strategy, RBC. “These awards not only showcase the richness and diversity newcomers add to the fabric of our communities, but also the important role they play in making Canada the success it is today and will continue to be in the future.”

Learn more and nominate