Here is an interesting opinion piece about the relationship between workers, jobs, immigration and Canada’s reputation:
 
‘Our current immigration system was built on the belief that improving the entry of in-demand foreign workers would help employers scale up, boost revenues and ultimately create new jobs for Canadians.
 
This model has worked well and, as we saw recently, the OECD called Canada’s system the benchmark for other countries, noting we lead the OECD with the highest share of highly educated foreign-born entrants. In particular, it praised Canada’s immigration system for the way it chooses which workers to admit as well as its pre- and post-arrival supports.
 
But Canada could do even more to protect and leverage our advantage in attracting the world’s brightest and best workers. In addition to the strength of our immigration processes, we also have a global reputation for being a welcome place for newcomers.’
 
https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/careers/leadership/article-canadas-work-force-needs-to-take-hold-of-its-immigration-advantage/
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