August 31, 2017

Learn More About the Latest Canadian Relocation Trends: Cartus Releases Survey Report

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Learn More About the Latest Canadian Relocation Trends: Cartus Releases Survey Report

Posted by: Linda Lachapelle, Business Solutions Director, Canada

If you are a Canadian relocation manager, you know that Canada has experienced a wide range of economic, housing, and legislative changes. How are your peers responding to these changes, and what is the impact on Canadian relocation programs?

We are pleased to present Cartus’ 2017 Canada Relocation Policy & Practices survey, which received responses from domestic Canada relocation managers in all major industry groups, representing nearly one million employees. The report addresses key trends in Canadian relocation, including flexible policy approaches, support for homeowners, temporary and rotational assignments, and more.

Key Domestic Canada Relocation Pulse Survey Findings

Among the key findings of the survey report, you’ll learn more about:

  • How Canadian companies are handling talent shortages, and what they are doing to develop their early talent.
  • The top challenges facing relocation managers in Canada.
  • Whether or not temporary/short-term assignments are on the rise.
  • The factors driving the need for policy flexibility in Canadian mobility programs.

If you are responsible for your company’s Canadian relocation program, we encourage you to read the survey findings, and email us at if you have any questions. To see more of Cartus’ research, visit our Resource Hub on

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Linda Lachapelle

About Linda

Linda is director, mobility solutions working in Canada. She has more than two decades of domestic Canada and global relocation experience, specializing in consultative sales, account management, and strategic market planning.

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