Tuesday, February 25, 2020 from 7:30 AM to 10:00 AM EST
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Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel 
123 Queen St West
Kent Room, 2nd floor
Toronto, ON M5H 2N9


Idalia Obregon, ED 
BCCTC 416-816-9154  

Explore business opportunities for British and Canadian businesses as well as the impact of Brexit on labour migration and labour markets in the United Kingdom and Canada. We will have three speakers share their thoughts and we will then open the floor for discussion. 


  • 7:30 AM Networking and breakfast 
  • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Speakers:

Al Parsai, CEO of Parsai Immigration 
Terry Johnson, CEO of Inklyo.com 

Third speaker TBA

Al Parsai:

Al Parsai, the CEO of Parsai Immigration Services is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC), a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) and a member of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). Al has represented hundreds of clients from over 42 countries to the immigration authorities at the federal and provincial levels since January 2011. Al is a member and speaker for the Heart and Stroke Foundation (York Region) and Passages Canada. Al is a Distinguished Toastmaster. Al has done a speech for the United Way Chatham-Kent as well as a speech for Rotary Club Chatham-Kent. Al is a professor at Ashton College-Vancouver as well as the Global School of Corporate Excellence. Al has delivered speeches and courses in Canada, Iran, the UAE and the UK. He has written a book titled "88 Tips on Immigration to Canada" and it's currently the number one bestseller in Canada for books about immigration. He was also featured as a subject matter expert in a TEDx Talks program and an article for the National Post.

Terry Johnson:

Terry Johnson, CEO of Inklyo.com, grew up in the UK but may have been destined to become a Canadian. He was raised on tales of adventure in the Yukon and the Northwest Passage, and of the technological achievements of the day, like the CN Tower and Turbo Train. At the University of Oxford, where he read politics and economics, his college principal was a former High Commissioner to Canada, who held regular seminars on Canadian topics. As a national youth chairperson for the United Nations Association in the UK, he also organized student activism in support of Lloyd Axworthy’s campaign to ban landmines. Scribendi.com is an English editing and proofreading company, serving both ESL and first-language English speakers worldwide and handling millions of words each week from more than 100 countries. After selling the company in 2017, Terry has been working almost full time on a number of community projects and was elected President of Transport Action Canada in 2018.

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