About Us

Euro Labour Infusion Ltd (ELI) was created as a result of the critical shortage of both skilled and semi-skilled labour in Western Canada. ELI's principals are convinced that they are uniquely qualified to assist Canadian employers with their labour shortages through the recruitment of foreign workers from Europe.

Tony Muszynski, President

In 1982, Tony graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A) Degree from Oberlin College in Ohio and 1987 graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Law (LLB).

He articled with the Mackimmie Matthew firm and was called to the Alberta Bar in 1988. Since 1991, he has worked as a sole practitioner with a significant focus on the area of Canadian immigration law.

He is presently the Vice-President of the Polish Canadian Association of Calgary having served in various positions on the Board of Directors including as President for six years. The Polish Canadian Association of Calgary runs the city's Polish Canadian Cultural Centre.

He is the Director of a biennial international educational program run in Canmore, Alberta called, Poland in the Rockies. www.polandintherockies.com

In 1998, he was awarded Person of the Year Award by Polish Television in Calgary. In 2000, he received a Gold Cross of Service from the Republic of Poland. In 2005, he was awarded a Centennial Medal by the Province of Alberta.

Tony is fluent in English, Polish and French.
He is married to Kim Clayton. Together they have two teenaged children, Hannah and Alex.

Marek Domaradzki, Recruitment Manager

A law graduate of the Marie Curie University of Lublin, Poland in 1987, Marek emigrated to Canada in 1992 and for ten years was the Manager of the Polish Canadian Cultural Centre in Calgary. In 2004 he graduated from the University of Calgary with a Business Management Certificate. In 2006, he completed the Seneca College Immigration Practitioners course at Bow Valley College in Calgary and became a certified immigration consultant. He has been running Calgary's only Polish language radio program since 1993. Marek Domaradzki  dedicated voluntary work within Alberta's Polish community has been recognized by, among others, the City of Calgary, the Canadian Polish Congress and the Republic of Poland's Ministry of Culture.



"Alberta will be 330,000 workers short in 2025"

- Glen Hodgson, Chief Economsit, Conference Board of Canada