Canada's immigration policy in the 80s and 90s

March 1999
Canadian Social Trends;Spring99, Issue 52, p19
Focuses on the changes in the immigration policy of the Canadian government in the 1980s and the 1990s. Source countries of immigrants; Selection criteria; International legal obligations; Compassionate and humanitarian traditions with respect to refugees; Aim to foster a strong and viable economy in all regions of Canada; Three categories under which people are admitted yearly as permanent residents.


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