Wednesday, November 02, 2016

Canada Targets to Accept 300,000 Immigrants for 2017


This is another good news for those planning to live and work in Canada.  Canada needs more immigrants to address its labor shortage and underpopulation problem.


Canada Targets to Accept 300,000 Immigrants for 2017

From CBC News: Canada to open door to more skilled workers, immigrant families in 2017


The Liberal government is boosting the base number of immigrants allowed into Canada next year to 300,000, to help drive economic growth as the country grapples with an aging demographic. 
Speaking to reporters after tabling his annual report in Parliament, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister John McCallum said the new target "lays the foundation for future growth."
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