The Canadian government has announced its plans to bring an estimated 1.2Million Immigrants in the space of 3 years in an effort to increase the country’s response to the aftermath of the Corona Virus.

The announcement was made by the Canadian Immigration Minister Macus Mendicino on Friday October 30, the announcement came as part of its plans for the 2021-2023 fiscal season.

He disclosed that immigrants serve as an integral drive for the population and economic growth that pays for key programs such as health care “Put simply, we need more workers, and immigration is the way to get there. With nearly 60 percent of all new admissions in the economic class, our plan will continue to focus on Canada’s economic growth” he said.

The breakdown of next year’s plan includes: 232,000 immigrants in the economic class, 103,500 in the family class, 59500 refugees and protected persons, 5500 on humanitarian and compassionate grounds.

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