BLP: Sean Fraser, the Immigration Minister of Canada, recently put forward an ambitious immigration plan that could fundamentally transform Canada’s population demographics.
By 2025, Fraser has stated that the Canadian regime plans on adding 1.45 million permanent resident migrants for the ostensive purpose of addressing a significant labor shortage. According to Joe Guzzardi of Progressives for Immigration Reform, there are allegedly 1 million vacant Canadian jobs.
Fraser declared, “Make no mistake. This is a massive increase in economic migration to Canada.” Fraser’s new plan projects that 465,000 foreign nationals will arrive in 2023. These numbers are expected to climb upwards to 500,000 in 2025. For perspective, 405,000 permanent residents were admitted into Canada.
Fraser alluded to an aging Canadian population and a low birth rate as to why Canada must increase its migration rate. The Canadian Immigration Minister believes that without immigration, Canada would have insufficient resources to fund schools, hospitals, and other crucial services. more