Canada’s federal level and provincial immigration systems are raising their need for Canada immigration for the year 2019. Whereas, Quebec has made its step for reducing the intake of newcomers for the coming year.
After the recent update on the multi-year immigration levels plan, the government of Canada has targeted 330,800 newcomers for the year 2019. This is an increase of nearly 7% of its 2018’s target of 310,000. Also, there is more than 13% of increase in immigration between 2018 and 2021, i.e. from 310,000 to 350,000.
In contrast to Canada Immigration, the Quebec has decided to reduce its immigration number with around 10,000 of this year and aims about 40,000 newcomers for 2019.
Since, Canada immigration is an important factor to Canada for developing its labour force and population. The provinces are trying hard for advancing their immigration channels and benefits to their immigrants.
Examples of such provinces are:
Ontario: The most popular province is steadily increasing its immigrant’s number through Canada’s Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). Also, it is aiming to increase its 2019’s Ontario PNP nomination allocation to 7,600. This is an increase of 1000 nominations over the nomination allocation of 2018. Additionally, the admissions through the Canada PNP is also aimed to 61,000 for the year 2019.
Newfoundland: The provinces Newfoundland and Labrador have also set to increase their applications. Over the first 10 months of the year 2017, up to 25% were the prospective immigrants. Also, this was associated with a five-year immigration action plan of the province by the government. Hence, with this, the province aims 1700 newcomers per year by 2022.
Manitoba: Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) has received an impressive population growth within the last three years. Since, its creation in the year 1998, it has successfully welcomed 130,000 newcomers and also has more 13000 immigrants as an estimation to arrive by next year.
The government admits that, “Most of this growth is due to a concerted effort by the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program to use immigration to recruit for labour market and entrepreneurial needs”.
Also, the Minister incharge of Manitoba Immigration stated that, “The evidence is mounting that if we don’t grow this country through immigration… it’s going to hit us hard economically”.
“It’s not just nice to do, it’s essential.”
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