Canada trashes entry standards to pump immigration ponzi

In late 2017, the Canadian Government launched a massive increase in the country’s immigration program, announcing that one million migrants would be let in over the following three years, with an annual migrant intake of 340,000 considered the “new normal”.

Canada’s immigration minister, Ahmed Hussen, claimed the new targets would lift immigration to nearly 1% of the population by 2020, which would help offset an aging demographic.

After Canada’s immigration intake fell to only 184,000 new permanent residents in 2020, the lowest since 1998, the government announced that the intake will be lifted to 401,000 new migrants this year and beyond to make up the shortfall. And this increased intake will be achieved by lowering visa requirements:

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