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Canadian Immigration
« on: July 28, 2012, 10:41:42 PM »
Canadian Immigration





The Canadian Immigration Report -  The impact of immigration and racial diversity on Canada and Canadians

http://www.cireport.ca/

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Re: Canadian Immigration
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2012, 10:44:54 PM »
Your thoughts, views, opinions , etc on Immigration


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Re: Canadian Immigration
« Reply #2 on: July 28, 2012, 10:58:01 PM »
Your thoughts, views, opinions , etc on Immigration

 we need immigration but we do not need people that do not want to wrok , and people that we need tyo educate ...

gang members    .. refugees  without checking their REAL BACKGROUNDS  ...

people that wants to change our country  to sastisfy   their needs , change our customs for theirs ... 


WE ARE CANADA AND WANT TO STAY CANADA  IRREGARDLESS WHAT HARPER WANTS

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Re: Canadian Immigration
« Reply #3 on: July 28, 2012, 11:21:35 PM »
I agree with all of what you say except it being Harpers fault.

I think it was the Liberals with Trudeau that opened the gates . ( I could be wrong on that.)

Regardless of that however, we Canadians are responsible for us needing all these immigrants now.

How  ?  SEX !! Or lack of it. Or lack of having enough children to fulfil our need.

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Canadian Immigration
« Reply #4 on: April 04, 2014, 06:51:41 PM »
New Brunswick languages commissioner wants more French-speaking immigrants

Katherine d'Entremont says 33% of immigrants to New Brunswick should choose to live as francophone

CBC News , Apr 04, 2014

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/languages-commissioner-wants-more-french-speaking-immigrants-1.2598280

New Brunswick's commissioner of official languages says more must be done to ensure that one-third of all immigrants to the province are francophones.

Katherine d'Entremont says only 12 per cent of immigrants to the province have registered as francophones in recent years. She says that is too far out of step with the historical reality of francophones making up 33 per cent of the province's population.

"The demographic weight of the community is lessening," said d'Entremont.

"If the francophone community sits at 33 per cent of the overall population and year over year over year, immigration rates are attracting only 12 per cent francophones, then the 33 per cent is going to decline gradually over time," she said.

"We want to maintain the historical linguistic division."

The equality of New Brunswick's two linguistics communities is enshrined in the Constitution, making it the country's only officially bilingual province.

d'Entremont is calling on the provincial government to do more to target countries with francophone populations in efforts to attract immigrants.

"The provincial government can actually, through their programs and policies, control things so that the equality is restored," she said. "They can target more aggressively countries where francophone populations are in a majority.

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http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/languages-commissioner-wants-more-french-speaking-immigrants-1.2598280


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Canadian Immigration ~ Indo-Canadian immigration continues to grow
« Reply #5 on: April 15, 2014, 06:59:30 PM »
Indo-Canadian immigration continues to grow

April 14, 2014 — Brampton, ON — Today Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander, along with Member of Parliament for Brampton–Springdale, Parm Gill, affirmed that Canada remains a destination of choice for visitors, students and business travellers from India.

In 2013, Canada issued more than 130,000 visas to people coming to visit family, friends or as tourists. We also welcomed almost 14,000 students and admitted more than 33,000 Indian citizens as permanent residents of Canada.

For over a century, Canada has benefited from the talent and hard work of newcomers from India. Tens of thousands of Indians continue to make the journey to Canada every year to help us build our country, our economy and, in many cases, to settle permanently and become Canadians.

The government has been making changes to facilitate legitimate travel, welcoming more visitors, businesspeople and students to Canada than ever before. The Business Express Program (BEP), introduced in 2008, was created to ensure faster processing of visa applications for businesspeople. In addition, the Worker Express Program, which provides expedited service to applicants sent to Canada by companies under the BEP, was introduced in India in June 2009 and has since benefited more than 7,200 Indian citizens.

In addition to the BEP, in July 2011, the government extended the duration of multiple-entry visas from five to 10 years allowing visitors to enter and exit Canada for up to six months at a time over a 10-year period. The Parent and Grandparent Super Visa remains a fast and convenient option for parents and grandparents who want to spend longer periods of time with their families in Canada. By the end of February 2014, more than 31,000 Super Visas had been issued, and almost 97 percent of qualified Super Visa applicants were approved.

Quick facts

More than 33,000 Indians became permanent residents in 2013, a 17 percent increase since 2008.
The number of visitor visas issued in 2013 to Indian citizens represents an increase of 14 percent since 2008.
Nearly four times more Indian students entered Canada in 2013 than in 2008 when 3,566 Indian citizens entered Canada as students.
Canada welcomed more than 50,000 parents and grandparents to Canada during 2012 and 2013. Canada plans to welcome 20,000 more over the coming year.
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“Our government is proud to announce that Canada continues to attract visitors, students and business travellers from India. The impressive scale of visitor visas and study permits granted to travellers from India is an indication of the strong ties that exist between our two great nations.”

Chris Alexander, Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister

“I am honoured to be part of a government that continues to welcome record numbers of immigrants to Canada, including India, which was a top source country in 2013. Canada offers tremendous opportunities for many who want to immigrate here and start a new life.”

Parm Gill, Member of Parliament for Brampton—Springdale


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