A New Era in Canadian Immigration
The Four Key Pillars
1. Skilled Workers: The plan seeks to attract and retain skilled workers who can directly contribute to the Canadian Their expertise and experiences are crucial to addressing Canada’s labor market needs.
2. Family Reunification: The plan upholds family reunification as a vital component of Canadian immigration. Reuniting families plays a significant role in enhancing social integration and community
3. Humanitarian and Compassionate Cases: Canada’s commitment to humanitarian values continues with special provisions for individuals facing unique and exceptional circumstances, ensuring they have a pathway to immigrate to
4. Francophone Immigration: In line with Canada’s bilingual nature, the plan sets a target to bolster the country’s francophone population. It aims to have at least 4.5% of the population fluent in French by
1. Municipal Nominee Program: A groundbreaking initiative that allows local communities to nominate immigrants who can address their labor market needs. This program will not only contribute to social development but also meet local employment demands.
2. Economic Mobility Pathways Project: A project designed to explore new pathways for refugees with in-demand skills to achieve permanent immigration status in Canada. This measure aligns with Canada’s humanitarian approach and labor market requirements.
3. Temporary Public Policy: This policy is introduced to facilitate a one-time opportunity for over 90,000 essential workers and international graduates to apply for permanent residence in 2023. It recognizes their vital contributions and strengthens Canada’s workforce.