Since the early 1980s, Canadas immigration selection policies have focussed on the principal applicants highest educational achievements and language skills, explicitly to ensure that immigrants would be suitable for employment and economically successful once they arrived.
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Vancouver Sun columnist Stephen Hume (The big picture shows immigrants are a good bet, May 30) dismisses as disingenuous our study for the Fraser Institute that estimated that recent immigrants admitted between 1987 and 2004 cost Canadian taxpayers about $20 billion annually. After consulting the dictionary, we concluded that he is suggesting that we are not sincere and that we are withholding or not taking account of known information.