canadian immigration

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Canada should increase productivity—not simply supercharge immigration

Federal policymakers seem uninterested in helping workers and businesses become more productive.

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If we’re not ready, immigration comes with heavy costs

Without accompanying business investment, an increased labour supply will lead to lower per-capita income growth.

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Attracting More People is Key to Atlantic Canada’s Future

The recent inflow of people to the region does not mean the problem of outmigration has been solved.

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In nine developed countries including Canada, immigrants are more than 20 per cent more likely to be self-employed than the native population.

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Some B.C. government policies are at odds with ambitions to grow the province’s tech sector.

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Canadians are clearly not convinced that Ottawa engaged in responsible resettlement during refugee crisis.

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There has been much huffing and puffing by politicians, the media and immigrant lobbyists about the government’s plan to reduce the number of parents and grandparents joining their immigrant offspring in Canada next year.  

Yes, the policy change is unfair. Many immigrants have come to Canada having been promised that their parents and grandparents could join them so that they can continue the cultural traditions of their homelands and receive help with family chores and child care.