POPULATION

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Canada Must Take A Longer View On Falling Immigration Numbers

The ratio of working-age Canadians to seniors was narrowing, and the inevitable outcome would be a shrunken tax base and acute labour shortages. Over the next decade, a million jobs risk going unfilled. And yet, only around one in 10 Canadians agrees that Canada currently admits too few immigrants. The annual (and sometimes multi-year) public consultations held by the Federal Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration on levels of newcomers do not seem to have yielded much success in changing this attitude.
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LOOK: Canada's Great Migration

The oilsands boom is reshaping Canada in many ways, and nowhere is this more obvious than where people are moving. We've known for a long time that Canadians are flocking to Alberta for jobs, but a ne...