The question of how Canada will react to global circumstances is related to the previous aspect.
When evaluating its economic class policy, Canada will insure that there is ample foreign appetite from prospective refugees to come to Canada.
In fact, Canada is a part of the international community.
This which contribute to short-term steps being taken by
Canada to change its immigration rates to the groups of immigrants come under. More specifically, that happened after Canada agreed to raise its immigration and refugee status back in 2015-16, where the government chose to accept more Syrian refugees.immigrants in the family and refugee groups each year.
Canada’s immigration potential
The federal government will have faith that the economic circumstances in the world are strong enough for immigrants to be willing to transition into the job market. In turn, it requires to insure that policies are placed in place at national level, such as sufficient funding for refugee settlements (e.g. language and work training), social accommodation, community care and public transit that will effectively sustain a wider population.
Canada’s production power
Considering the reality that the worldwide demand for migration to Canada greatly exceeds the country’s migration availability, the federal government must be aware of its willingness to handle immigration applications as efficiently as possible. Even if the nation were to accept higher rates of immigration, it does not yet have the production power to do so.
Canada has strengthened its production ability in recent years by introducing the Express Entry Document Management Program, but is still handling a variety of paper-based visa applications, which are sluggish and need considerable personnel support.
Politics: the most important aspect
Eventually the amount of immigration selected by the government is democratic decision-making!
No matter what the economic justification is, or how the country thinks, the government of the day primarily selects immigration rates based on the assumption that the move may have an effect on the timing of the next referendum.
This ensures that immigration rates can be kept small, right at a period when Canada needs more immigrants. Now this is unfolding in Quebec (which is the only province or territory in Canada that can manage the immigration level). Quebec allows even higher immigration, but its new government has stated that it is in its right political position.
Likewise, despite the country’s low unemployment rate at the moment, the new federal government might maybe explain a quicker rise in Canada’s rates. Furthermore, they could have made a decision to gradually raise rates in order to theoretically prevent adverse media reactions.
Of these six factors, politics is undoubtedly the most influential one in shaping the immigration direction that Canada chooses to take.