(Source: Globe and Mail)
(Source: Globe and Mail, 2012)
Disclaimer: When this piece was originally written, the number of 150,000 student visas was used. This was based on an error in reading the 2018 report. Canada actually admitted some 317,000 students in 2017. While not all will stay, most will want to and try to after graduating.
1. Mass LEGAL Immigration In Canada
CLICK HERE, for #1: temp workers, other migration categories.
CLICK HERE, for #2: close to 1M people/year entering on visas.
CLICK HERE, for #3: CANZUK, expansion and erasing the borders.
CLICK HERE, for #4: population replacement programs in Canada.
CLICK HERE, for #5: replacement numbers/countries since 2004.
CLICK HERE, for #6: domestic abuse as pathway to PR status.
CLICK HERE, for #7: the International Mobility Program.
CLICK HERE, for #8: economic imm, remittances, brain drain.
CLICK HERE, for #9: global remittance estimates, regulations.
CLICK HERE, for #10: economic immigration when unemployment high.
CLICK HERE, for #11: TD article on true migration rates.
CLICK HERE, for #12: pilot amnesty-for-illegals program in Toronto.
CLICK HERE, for #13: work permits, health care for illegals.
CLICK HERE, for #14: getting legal residence via fraud.
CLICK HERE, for #15: student/family member to PR pipeline.
CLICK HERE, for #16: start up visas = buying PR/citizenship.
CLICK HERE, for #17: ghost students visas for immigration.
CLICK HERE, for #18: “inadmissibles” legally let in anyway.
CLICK HERE, for #19: birth rates in Canada since 1991.
CLICK HERE, for #20: main sources for demographic replacement.
CLICK HERE, for #21: demographic changes cause voting changes.
CLICK HERE, for #22: estimating temp/students staying in Canada.
CLICK HERE, for #23: Municipal Nominee Program coming?
CLICK HERE, for #24: Rempel lies about temp ==> PR pipeline.
CLICK HERE, for #25: review of 2019 annual report to parliament.
CLICK HERE, for #26: facts/figures about replacement migration.
CLICK HERE, for #27: the case for an immigration moratorium.
CLICK HERE, for UN Genocide Prevention/Punishment Convention.
CLICK HERE, for Barcelona Declaration & Kalergi Plan.
CLICK HERE, for UN replacement efforts since 1974.
CLICK HERE, for tracing steps of UN replacement agenda.
Note: If there are errors in calculating the totals, please speak up. Information is of no use to the public if it isn’t accurate.
2. Important Links
CLICK HERE, for a 2015 look at TFWP.
CLICK HERE, for a 2015 powerpoint
CLICK HERE, for “How Temporary are TFWs?”
CLICK HERE, for Library of Parliament, 2013.
(From 2002-2013, avg 13% increase annually in TFWs, now 386,406)
CLICK HERE, for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program.
CLICK HERE, for Vancouver Sun article on depressing wages.
CLICK HERE, for Global News article (2018).
(TFW went from 52,000 in 1996, to 310,000 in 2015)
CLICK HERE, for Provincial Nominee Program.
CLICK HERE, for International Mobility Programme.
CLICK HERE, for StatsCan on international students.
CLICK HERE, for StatsCan student data.
84K international students in 1995, 350K in 2015.
CLICK HERE, for enrollment in college/uni.
CLICK HERE, for 2018 Report to Parliament on Immigration.
CLICK HERE, for StatsCan 2018-2019 estimates. (Over 1/2 million new citizens)
CLICK HERE, for StatsCan data (165K new temporary residents)
Categories to Consider:
- Regular immigration — 310,000 currently
- Temporary Foreign Worker (TFW) — 78,788 in year 2017
- International Mobility Program — 224,033 in year 2017
- International Students — 317,328 in 2017
- “Refugees” — 44,747 in year 2017
3. More Information
Guess it’s not really “temporary”.
Advantages to Employers
Yeah, it’s not really “temporary”.
And how many are we talking about anyway?
Well, if nothing else the TFW category is down from the Harper years. Though, to be fair, I think this is “per year” admittants, not the total in the country at a time.
4. Provincial Nominee Programme
How the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) works
This program is for workers who:
- have the skills, education and work experience to contribute to the economy of a specific province or territory
- want to live in that province, and
- want to become permanent residents of Canada
Each province and territory
* has its own “streams” (immigration programs that target certain groups) and requirements. For example, in a program stream, provinces and territories may target:
- business people
- skilled workers
- semi-skilled workers
If “temporary” foreign workers cannot get PR status Federally, then there is a good chance they can Provincially.
Now this is encouraging:
However, being healthy and of good conduct does “not” apply to refugee applicants.
Note: In 2017, the number of PN admissions was 49,724.
(Source is here)
5. International Students Fast Tracked To PNP
Although this article was meant to address the Temporary Foreign Worker’s Program (TFWP), it should also be noted that international students completing a college diploma or university degree are often accepted into the PNP as well. So it is worth looking at how many people that involves.
245,895 international students in the 2016/2017 year, and we can expect that number to grow. Of course, Permanent Resident status is often straightforward after that. From there, citizenship is really just a formality.
Now, we are told that Canada currently has an immigration intake of 310,000 per year (although scheduled to increase). This does not take the 317K (listed in 2017) of international students.
2018 REPORT TO PARLIAMENT ON IMM
Some other facts:
-In 2017, Canada admitted 159,262 permanent residents in Economic Class programs, representing 55.6% of all 2017 admissions.
-In 2017, Canada admitted 65,417 new permanent residents in the Economic Class through the Express Entry application management system, an increase of 32,003 from the previous year.
Of the 49,724 admissions under the Provincial Nominee Program, 13,531 were through Express Entry, an increase of 73% over 2016.
-In 2017, IRCC admitted 22,253 caregivers as permanent residents. This was above the high end of the planned admissions and reflected measures to reduce the inventory of applicants that applied under the former Live-in Caregiver Program.
-In 2017, a total of 587 admissions were processed through Federal Economic – Business Immigration programs.
6. You Can’t Make This Up!
Okay, apparently you speak English of French if you “identify” as doing so.
7. How Many People Total?
A few assumptions:
(1) Although International Mobility is “meant” to be temporary, visa holders absolutely can find ways to obtain other visas, or apply for PR in certain cases, so count the entire amount.
(2) Data for 2017 lists some 317K student visas. While it is certainly true that not all will stay afterwards, the vast majority will want to.
|Temp Foreign Worker||80,000|
Of course, these are estimates from older data. They do not include other categories, or the hordes of illegals coming into Canada. It also doesn’t include any other program that may not be listed.
975,000 in a year. More than 1/2 million more than our “leaders” are telling us.
8. Bernier V.S. Trudeau
What we are “told” the numbers are
What the numbers “actually” are:
And of course, this is presupposed on the idea that there are only 810,000 legal immigrants into Canada this year.
4% increase with “open borders” Trudeau.
6% decrease with “populist” Bernier.
What a complete scam.
(Added June 17, 2019). This is Maxime Bernier calling out the “globalist” Trudeau and Scheer for supporting mass migration.
9. StatsCan Information
CLICK HERE, for 2018-2019 estimates.
Statistics Canada estimates that from 2019 to 2019
Q1 in 2018 = 36,786,021
Q2 in 2018 = 36,890,169
Q3 in 2018 = 37,058,856
Q4 in 2019 = 37,242,571
Q1 in 2019 = 37,314,442
This would be an increase of 525,000, which is 215,000 or 70% higher than what we have been told. But there’s more.
StatsCan found most growth came from migration.
So, another 525,000 new citizens, and another 165,000 new residents
That would be 690,000 people.
Let’s see some census data.
In 2011, there were 33,476,688 Canadians.
In 2016, there were 35,151,728 Canadians.
This is a difference of 1.68M, or 335,000/annually.
But this only takes into account “citizens”, not permanent residents, or other temporary residents.
Even using StatsCan data, the 800K+ estimate seems pretty reasonable, when other groups are factored in.
And to reiterate: not everyone who comes into Canada on a “temporary” path will stay. But the majority will want to and try to.
Disclaimer: When this piece was originally written, the number of 150,000 student visas was used. This was based on an error in reading the 2018 report to Parliament. Canada actually admitted some 317,000 students in 2017. While not all will stay, most will want to and try to after graduating.