All that Glitters is Not Gold in Canadian Immigration

Canada's immigration policies have changed substantially in order to attract and retain the most highly skilled immigrants who will adjust well to Canada and be best positioned for success.

Sophia Lowe
Published: Wednesday, 06/24/2009 12:00 am EDT

Canada's immigration policies have changed substantially in order to attract and retain the most highly skilled immigrants who will adjust well to Canada and be best positioned for success. Increasingly, policies are being directed towards retaining temporary foreign workers and international students as permanent residents. This is a step in the right direction and is critical to Canada's success and competition in the global arena.

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