Immigration Reform in Early 21st Century Canada
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A response to Martin Collacott's comments on citizenship needing to be taken seriously, immigrants asked to take an oath of loyalty, as moves on to general matters of latter immigration policies of governments seeking high rates towards political support; critical materials beyond Collacutt, input from new Canadians; rationales of high immigration as compared to immigration industry and need for new regulations.
From the Paper:"The retired foreign service professional, Martin Collacott, warned of the defects in Canadian immigration policy developed under the Mulroney and Chretien governments in a preference to for family class immigrants, for instance, who are not always employable in Canada. Collacott also stresses that immigrants should be given a more accurate idea of their prospects for "finding suitable work in Canada in relation to their qualifications." Many who are sponsored to Canada by their settled relations cannot speak either official language and need make no ..."
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