Fluent in both English and French, Dory has been a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant for over fourteen years and has served on various boards for the last ten years. As CAPIC CEO, Dory excels in achieving sound organizational governance through bylaws and policy, working closely with the Board of Directors, senior government officials at the federal and provincial levels, and the CAPIC team to relentlessly improve the professional culture and the legal framework that surrounds it.
Dory possesses an innate understanding of finance, management, and communications, which he applies to legal cases, government lobbying, parliamentary and standing committee procedures, and implementation of organizational procedures. Having chaired numerous committees at CSIC, the ICCRC, and CAPIC (and having been CAPIC president from 2013 to 2016), Dory appreciates the importance of strategic planning and budgeting and the merits of robust self-regulation, which he has championed for the last twelve years.
Dory graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor’s in Communications (Advertising and Marketing) and obtained the Chartered Director designation (C.Dir.) from the Directors College at McMaster University’s De Groote School of Business. He helped create and build the Immigration Consultancy Program (AEC) at Vanier College and CEGEP Saint-Laurent, where he has also lectured.
Dory has appeared on the CBC and CTV, and has contributed to articles in the Toronto Star, Globe and Mail, and National Post.