New Public Opinion Poll Shows That The Majority Support For The Canada’s Immigration Target Of 331,00 newcomers

Posted by in CIC News, on October 10, 2019

More Than Half Of The Canada’s Immigration Target Of Approximately 331,000 Newcomers This Year They Feel That More Immigrants Should Be Welcomed. Thereby, A New Angus Public Opinion Poll Shows That Among The 1522 Canadians Surveyed, Many People Believed The Number Of Newcomers Should Be Higher. The Angus Institute Provides The Review Of The Public On the Immigration As Canadians Get Ready To Vote In The Country’s 43rd Federal Election On October 21.

The 2019 Target Of 330,800 New Permanent Residents Was Set By Justin Trudeau Of The Liberal Government, Who Is Running  For The Second Term As The Canadian Prime Minister.

Thereby, The Target Is Of An Increase Of 21,000 Over And 2018 And It Is Set To Rise Again To 341,000 In 2020 Under The Liberals’ Multi Year Immigration Levels Plan.

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