The battle-lines harden on immigration

Koch, George
February 1994
Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;2/21/94, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p12
Suggests that Canada's immigration policy is now being formulated according to vague emotional sentiments rather than a realistic analysis of Canada's interests. Liberal Immigration Minister Sergio Marchi's announcement regarding 250,000 immigrants to be allowed into Canada this year; Increasingly acute public concern over immigration; Liberals catering to immigration lobby; The family reunification program; Cost of some new Canadians.


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