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Five key facets of Canada’s shakeup in immigration policy – The Globe and Mail

“Canada is overhauling its immigration program, cutting backlogs, tweaking existing programs and introducing new ones. Critics have said some of the changes are heavy-handed and too focused on jobs, but the Conservatives – who expect Canada to welcome 250,000 new permanent residents this year – call it a legacy of the government. ‘I think by the next election, we are going to be talking about a modernized system that is without compare in the world today,’ Immigration Minister Chris Alexander said. Here are just some of the many programs…”

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