(Temporary Foreign Workers can become Permanent Residents)
(One option for college, university graduates is the Provincial Nominee Program. Its name varies slightly by Province)
(Brooks, AB, and cheap foreign labour)
1. Important Links
CLICK HERE, for a previous article on the subject.
CLICK HERE, for Canada’s immigration rate: 1 million/year.
CLICK HERE, for previous article on CANZUK.
CLICK HERE, for the Conservative Party and globalism.
CLICK HERE, for fastest/cheapest ways to come to Canada
CLICK HERE, for Northern and Rural Pilot Program.
CLICK HERE, for new program, path to permanent residence specifically for agriculture workers.
CLICK HERE, for “Study In Canada” site.
CLICK HERE, for Temporary Foreign Worker Program.
CLICK HERE, for the International Mobility Programme.
CLICK HERE, for getting a temporary residence permit in the case of domestic violence.
CLICK HERE, for applying for permanent residence based on domestic violence.
CLICK HERE, for Calgary research into shelters: 40% of domestic abuses cases involve Muslim families.
CLICK HERE, for CPC Policy Guidelines (Article 139(ii)).
2. The Rule From Before
If a Conservative or Nationalist isn’t willing to talk about the FULL SCALE of immigration into the country, there’s no reason to trust anything they say on the subject.
Disclaimer: If any program has been missed, please contact and it will be promptly added.
3. Faith Goldy Drops Truth Bombs
Faith Goldy does a livestream here, discussing the full scope of mass migration into Canada. She correctly points out that public debate is limited (Permanent + Refugees), while other categories are not discussed in the political sphere. She also points out the elephant in the room: politicians focus on replacing citizens with foreigners rather than promoting higher birth rates within Canada. The name “replacement migration” fits perfectly. Great video. Watch and subscribe.
Honourable mentions: YouTuber Rants Derek also points out some hard truths. (See 1:10-1:50). Another channel worth subscribing too, as he covers difficult and important topics. Also see this article by Spencer Fernando.
4. National Citizens Alliance Addresses It
The video is of NCA founder, Stephen Garvey. It’s nice to finally have a political party in Canada address the problem in an honest manner. No low-balling here.
5. Totals From Before
(From the 2018 Report to Parliament)
(From the 2018 Report to Parliament)
Source: 2018 Report To Parliament
Also worth noting, 525,000 people got their citizenship in a 12 month period. This is despite the “backlog”, and only taking ~350,000 people into Canada.
Source: StatsCan population data.
Remember: This table only covers “temporary” entrants (workers and students), and is outside what politicians typically declare. While these programs are officially marketed as temporary, there are a number of avenues to stay longer and become a permanent resident.
Now, combine the 2017 “temporary” totals with the approximately 350,000 permanent and refugees that the government declares and you get this. Note: the report itself lists slightly lower actual entry (330K) under Permanent and Refugee totals, but 350K is the stated goal.
350,000 (Permanent + Refugee)
+78,788 (Temporary Foreign Workers)
+224,033 (International Mobility)
+317,328 (Student Visas)
However, the only heading being debated is the 350K at the top (permanent and refugee). Very disingenuous to not include the entire amount.
Canadians are deceived, as most are likely not aware of the actual intake. The P+R categories only represent about a third of total immigration. And this doesn’t even cover the illegal entries.
6. Temporary Foreign Worker Program
This should be self explanatory, but let’s get some more information on this. Is temporary really temporary? Not really. From the factsheet which is freely available online.
Source is here.
While this is called the “Temporary” Foreign Worker Program, the wording makes it very clear. The pathway to Permanent Resident is built in intentionally. This absolutely is a pathway to PR, and from there, citizenship. Extremely misleading to the public.
Not only that, there is no requirement to attempt to hire a Canadian worker. An employer can just hire a foreigner who happens to already be in Canada.
7. Agriculture Specific PR Path
From this article, a pilot program set up to fast track people in agriculture to Permanent Resident status. It was created specifically for this industry.
Working in meat processing plants? Kind of like how things went in Brooks, Alberta, after Jason (Bilderberg) Kenney brought in cheap foreign labour? Those Somali Muslims?
Another boutique program to greenlight permanent residence to people coming into Canada.
8. Northern And Rural Program
This new initiative aims to get more immigration to smaller towns under the pretext of “economic development”.
In reality, it will likely make such small towns unrecognizable by inducing rapid demographic shifts. Want to get away from all the diversity in big cities? Now you won’t be able to, bigot.
Take for example, Brooks, AB, which was culturally enriched by then Immigration Minister Jason Kenney bringing in Somali Muslims to fill jobs at a meat packing plant.
9. Student Visas
Information is from here. Rather than rehashing it, here is the actual quote. It outlines a number of benefits to studying in Canada. They include
The Provincial Nominee Program is a common, but not only, option for graduates looking to stay.
Not much I can add to this. Comparatively lax standards, and easy to move to Permanent Residence. Upon graduation, you are given 3 years. Also your time studying counts.
Canada’s international student population is surging, even as domestic student count is falling. Why is this? Different motivations. More and more Canadians realize that university, (and to a degree college), is useless for employment. However, foreigners looking to immigrate to Canada see college as a stepping stone to do so.
Will all students stay after graduating? No, but a lot will.
10. Students, Bring Your Families
This was alluded to earlier. Canada not only takes in lots of students, but allows them to bring a spouse and children. For everyone, time in Canada counts towards obtaining permanent residency.
Not just one person gaining time towards Permanent Resident status, but the family. Let that sink in.
In 2017, Canada issued 317,000 student visas. Theoretically, every one of those people would be able to bring a spouse and children, if they had any.
It is not the education that is the real value. Even STEM degrees don’t guarantee employment. Rather, student visas are used as a stepping stone to permanent immigration into Canada.
11. International Mobility Programme
Also known as the Youth Mobility Program, this allows foreign workers to come to Canada for 1-2 years for casual work, schooling, or travel. There is an age limit of 35. In 2017, Canada admitted 224,000 people under the International Mobility Programme
While this is sold to the public as a “temporary” visa, that is not the full story. Is a person is resourceful, they will likely be able to find another way to stay in the country. This would be by lining up another visa, making further education arrangements, getting married, or pursuing another method.
There absolutely are ways around the “temporary” nature.
True, many people will go back to their home countries after that 1 or 2 year period is up. But it is also true that creative people can get around the intent of the program.
12. Allegations Of Domestic Violence
From an earlier article on domestic violence:
And what does that translate to overall? Calgary’s Muslim population is about 3% of Calgary’s overall population. So let’s do an apples to apples comparison.
That’s right. Per capita (assuming the research is correct), Muslim families engage in domestic violence at more than 20 times the rate of non-Muslim families. Let that sink in.
That is likely to get a lot worse, though not for the reasons you might be thinking.
According to the CBC, people leaving domestic abuse situations can apply for a temporary residence permit. That can then become permanent residence based on compassionate grounds.
Get ready for more claims. Furthermore, it doesn’t specifically limit one spouse per person.
13. CANZUK Will Erase Borders
(The CPC strongly supports CANZUK)
(CPC policy is to give temporary workers permanent residence status wherever it is feasible. From Page 52 of policy guidelines)
The Conservative Party of Canada fully endorses CANZUK. This is the Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK pact which eliminates trade and movement barriers between countries. Plainly said, it erases the borders. While this seems harmless, it must be noted that the agreement explicitly states that other nations may be added later.
Does that scare you yet? India, Pakistan, Nigeria and Bangladesh have a combined population of almost 2 billion people. Imagine erasing the border between them and Canada. It would be a population overrun, if even 10% of those people came here.
What does the (potential) CANZUK list look like?
- Christmas Island
- Cook Islands
- Isle of Mann
- New Zealand
- Papua New Guinea
- Saint Lucia
- Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
- Solomon Island
- United Kingdom
CANZUK is a trojan horse. It is “marketed” to the public as a loosening of borders between only Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the UK. However, the group makes it explicit that other countries joining is entirely possible.
If, for example 50 million Indians were to come to Canada (just 4% of their population), Canada would double in size, and the voting results would be altered forever. This is demographic replacement.
14. Global Migration Compact Implemented
This was signed by the Liberals on December 10, 2018. While the People’s Party, and now the Conservative Party, claim to oppose the Compact, how serious are they? Both “conservative” parties support mass migration and give little thought to protectionist measures.
“Conservative” parties value immigration for growth in terms of population and GDP. They care little, if at all, of ensuring cultural compatibility. Furthermore, conservatives never focus on boosting births within their nations. It is always more immigration.
15. Focus On Raising Local Birthrates
(Russia on boosting birthrates)
(Hungary: No income tax for women with 4+ children)
Why do Canada’s politicians not do this? Why is the solution always immigration? The exact methods and incentives are totally up for debate, sure. But governments should be encouraging their own citizens to have more children if they need more growth, or even just to reverse a decline.
Guess what, when you try to replace with migration, you eventually replace your population. Having more Canadian children here, and raising them as Canadians is far preferable to importing replacement cultures.
16. Canadians Need To Know The Truth
Yes, some of these topics have been covered before. But the truth still needs to be told, and needs to be made clear.
Canada’s politicians are lying about the scale of mass migration and replacement migration in Canada. The “debate” is limited to a few categories, while others are ignored. In fact, it is those “ignored” topics that actually comprise the bulk of immigration in Canada
Canada’s annual immigration rate is not around 300,000 to 350,000. All told, it is more like a million a year. The public is lied to about this.
Not only is the full scale lied about, but globalist politicians in Canada want to erase borders with agreements like CANZUK and the Global Migration Compact.
If more people are needed, then they should come from within. Boost the birthrate of Canadians, and grow the country organically.
WE NEED CANADIAN CHILDREN, NOT REPLACEMENT MIGRATION
Please spread the truth, and make other people aware.