The crucial call to decide how many potential people are accepted to Canada is determined by six key indicators, but there is one reason that prevails above all.
The launch of Canada’s 2020-2022 Immigration Level Program will cause more debate. The debate should centre on topics such as how many refugees Canada should accept, which groups they will fall into, and how Canada has the capacity to absorb these arrivals into its economy and culture.
Both of these things are relevant and deserve more consideration and debate. Yet there’s generally not much conversation about what’s going on in deciding immigration rates.
The challenging decision to decide how many immigrants Canada would accept per year is determined by six main factors:
- Trends and economy
- Canada’s government priorities
- World conditions
- Canada’s absorption potential
- Canada’s manufacturing capability
Demographics and Economics
Welcome immigration to Canada is an economic imperative owing to the demographic conditions of the world.
Canada is one of the largest populations in the world and has the lowest birth rates in the world. As a result, Canada needs to accept immigration to boost population and labour-force expansion, which is completely necessary to preserve economic development.
Many nations do not consider immigrants because they have smaller demographics and low birth levels, but Canada, on the other side, will see its high living standards struck in the lack of immigration.
Canada accepts refugees for three key reasons: economic prosperity, family unity and refugee assistance.
As a result, immigration rates are also formed with these priorities in mind, and Canada is currently doing a great deal to achieve such priorities, since it accepts about 40% of its Canada has a responsibility to help in the case of international emergencies.