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Immigration Law

Immigration law refers to the rules established by the federal government for determining who is allowed to enter the country.

Canada has built a reputation over the last half century for welcoming immigrants and valuing multiculturalism. Foreign-born people make up about one-quarter of Canada’s population—the largest share in over 150 years and one of the highest ratios for industrialized Western nations. Immigrants have helped the country counter aging demographics and fuel economic growth, though some Canadians have expressed concern about the increasing strain on housing and social services.

In recent years, Canada has become an even more attractive destination for immigrants after policies enacted under U.S. President severely restricted access to the United States. Yet, Canada is also experiencing a labor shortage exacerbated by a dearth of skilled workers.

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