The Forum of Ministers Responsible for Immigration (FMRI) met today at the Canadian Museum of Immigration in Halifax, Nova Scotia to continue their discussions on the future of immigration in Canada. Ministers focused on advancing joint initiatives to respond to pan-Canadian immigration priorities and were pleased with progress made towards improving the effectiveness of Canada’s immigration system to meet economic and regional needs.
The high cost of international student fees is becoming a major problem in Canada. Many international students are forced to work full-time jobs, including overtime, in addition to their full-time studies. Unfortunately, very often the jobs that are available to them are low-paid, and exploitative, which no one else wants to do.
Government reaches target of 431,645 new permanent residents. Canada has experienced one of the fastest recoveries from the pandemic, thanks in large part to our approach to immigration.