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Immigration policy of CanadaAs a immigrant of Canada, my opinion about Immigration policy of Canada is:It should not only benefit to Canada, but also should benefit to immigrants. In Charles Campbell's book, there is one important part about immigration the author does not mention: the benefit of immigrant Firstly, as we know, there must be some benefit for the people to take the action of leaving their homeland and immigrating to Canada. ... Therefore, if the policy of immigration of Canada is only Maximize benefit to Canada but does not benefit to immigrants, no people wants to come. ...
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Canada's Immigration From 1852-1990In 1852 many of Canada's immigrants were from Europe countries but many of thesewere being lost to the United states. This meant that the province of Canada wasmostly French Canadians, this began the immigration promotion program in 1850s.In the 1840s the main problem was lack of control over the immigrants now theproblem was getting immigrant particularly British ones to start small farms.Over the next 30 years John A. MacDonald did little to attract new immigrants toCanada.In about 1879 a new immigration law was passed that was designed to keep ou...
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"Immigration is necessary for Canada's growth. ... "(1) Immigration has played a major part historically in the growth of Canada's population. Between 1901 and 1911 alone, Canada received over 1.5 million immigrants, representing 28 percent of Canada's total population at the time.(2) Recently, however, Canada's immigration policies and practices have come under scrutiny and criticism, as increasingly larger numbers of people begin to question whether our current progressive immigration policy is beneficial in the long run for Canada and Canadians. Essentially, Canada has b...
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Immigration to CanadaEarly immigration to Canada was generated by a network of emigration agents who were salesman who advertised to Canada's attraction's to prospected immigrants. ... An act passed in 1885 to "restrict and regulate" Chinese immigration, was later complemented by head taxes designed to discourage Chinese immigration. It wasn't until the 1960's that regulations and restriction to Chinese immigration were completely lifted.The 19th century closed with a world wide depression and a slow down of immigration to the West. ... Immigration from central and southeas...
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Introduction (subject to change):In an age when the threat of terrorism has become an all to real reality for western nations, criticism has risen following the implementation of reforms to the Canadian immigration Act. Sept 11th focused Canadians attention on the flaws in the National immigration policy, and swift reform was required in order to combat the inherent problem with the countries policies. ... -Canadian immigration system slow and complicated, simplifying is a way to solve illegal immigration problem2. ... Singer- New Immigration and Refugee ActArg. ... -Applicant complains that ...
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Canadian immigration laws have been under fire by many protest groups who feel thelaws are both racist and sexist. ... It is claimed that the current immigration law is both non-biased and fair, however there are many immigrants and Canadian citizens that would stronglydisagree. ... Immigration laws have become a very significant issue in Canadian society today. ... Canada is plagued by a history of racist immigration laws and policies. For decadesCanadian immigration law was influenced by a racist, inspired "White Canada" policy. ...
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Immigration and EmigrationPopulation changes continuously over the past in the Canada. ... The immigration is relevant to the economic and political problems in Canada. ... The net immigration between this period is negative that means the emigration from Canada is so high although the immigration is high. ... The immigration also one of the factor of developing of the economic in the Canada. ... Because of attracting of net return of the new element, many immigrate was induced to Canada. ...
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The Canadian Immigration Policy and the Racial Discrimination it InducedThe laissez faire approach to immigration that Canada had inherited over its lifetime began to fade away in 1884. ... The White Canada policy and the ignorant racial discrimination of Chinese immigrants were the heart and soul of racial discrimination in regards to Canada's immigration policy."The White Canada immigration policy, abandoned only in 1962, has its roots in the mid-nineteenth century." ... The immigration act of 1910 alone clearly identifies the motives of the federal government with respect to Canada&#...
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Increase Immigration into Canada Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen. ... But personally I am for increasing immigration and in the following I will explain, my reasons.Since the early 1600's and after the great depression Canada has had many ups' and downs' concerning immigration. ... Since the 1978 Immigration Act Canada has made rules and objectives regarding immigration. ... I think that Immigration in Canada should be increased because it is moral to let people have the freedom to live a life the way they want to. ... Canadian immigration should be increas...
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Immigration and the Canadian EconomyImmigrants make up a considerable proportion of the Canadian population. ... Immigration is needed to maintain the Canadian population; "Canada will be an aging society with such a low birth rate that it will soon be unable to sustain its population without sustained immigration." ... (See Table 2, Immigration Levels, 1998 Canada, Quebec* and Other Provinces) Most immigrants tend to arrive in their prime working years. ... Foreign workers must be imported for outside of Canada, and immigration is the best way to import these workers. ... Therefore, imm...
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Canadians are black, white, brown or yellow skinned people. Our Immigration Act of 1978 opened the doors for high-skilled people from other countries to come to Canada making Canada a mosaic of languages, cultures and religions. ... Pierre Trudeau saw the Canadian identity as forming a Just Society where all Canadians are equal. ... In 1971 CanCon forced Canadian stations to use 30% Canadian content in their programming. ... Here in Canada we have this freedom. ...
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Immigration CrisisWhen the first time I came to Canada 7 years ago, I knew that Canada is a multi-culture country. ... Moreover, immigrations might not stay in Canada forever. ... If Canadian government cut down the number of immigration, the unemployment rate will be higher. ... Canada needs more immigration to develop the middle land. ... With some requests, immigration's standard will not be low and Canada will have high quality people and living environment. ...
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But in 1885 the Canadian government imposed a "head" tax to decrease the Chinese immigration to Canada, since the construction of the CPR was over. ... On July 1st 1923, the Chinese Immigration Act was passed which excluded anyone that was Chinese from immigrating to Canada. ... They chose to immigrate illegally because harsh restriction on immigrating by legal means. But Chinese boatpeople are only a fraction of those trying to illegally immigrate into Canada. ... Immigration to Canada has fallen in recent years, as result Canada took 20,000 fewer immigrants last year than was estimated, main...
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Immigration to Canada: The MennonitesWhen the Mennonites started to flee Europe it was because of severe persecution from the Catholics and Protestants. ... The first Mennonites to arrive in Canada arrived in 1786 when they came from Pennsylvania. ... The second migration to Canada was when around 7000 Russian Mennonites came to Canada in the 1870's. ... They were a key part in integrating Mennonites into the economic and social life of Canada. ... This was a crucial turning point for the Mennonites history in Canada.In June of 1919 under section 38 of the Immigration act, an order wa...
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INTRODUCTIONCanada's Immigration history is one of the most richest and diverse in the world. Every year nearly 200,000 people from around the world immigrate to Canada. ... It stated that the policy of the government would henceforth be to foster the growth of the population of Canada by encouraging immigration which would neither alter the fundamental character of Canadian society, nor exceed Canada's 'absorptive' capacity. ... The declining number in the year 1970 reflect the new selection criteria, due to the fact that now the immigration admissions and occupational dem...
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Early women immigrating to Canada was generated by a network of emigration agents who were salesman who advertised to Canada's attraction's to prospected immigrants. ... Canada's first immigration legislation, the Immigration Act of 1869 reflected the laissez-faire philosophy of the time by not saying which classes of immigrants should be admitted but , merely that the "governor" could prohibit the landing of pauper or destitute ...
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Irish Immigration to CanadaThe Irish began immigrating to North America in the 1820s, when the lack of jobs and poverty forced them to seek better opportunities elsewhere after the end of the major European wars. ... However, many passengers did survive the journey and, as a result, approximately "1.5 million Irish people immigrated to North America during the 1840's and 1850's."... The Famine also prompted new trends of immigration, hence shaping the histories of both North America and Britain. ... (O'Driscoll and Reynolds, p.167) The officials in Canadian quarantines showe...
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Immigration has played a major part historically in the growth of Canada's population. ... Recently, however, Canada's immigration policies and practices have come under scrutiny and criticism, as increasingly larger numbers of people begin to question whether current progressive immigration policy is beneficial in the long run for Canada and Canadians. ... In fact, it wasn't until 1962 that Canada's essentially all-white immigration policy was abolished. ... Business immigrants are one of the other group classifications under Canada's current immigration policy. ... ...
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Canadian pride is less said than written and so it is in Canadian literature that the strong voice of the Canadian character can be heard. ... Though Canada is a diverse country, it is in these differences that Canadian Literature has recognized the Canadian identity. ... This is why Canada is one, if not the most, sought after countries to immigrate to. In fact, Canada's population growth is negative, but due to large-scale immigration, the population manages to increase steadily. ... Canada promotes individuality and promotes immigration because they recognize that with diversity comes ...
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Japanese Internment Camps Japanese Internment in Canada The first recorded Japanese immigration to Canada was in 1877. ... As the immigration so did the discrimination against the Japanese. ... Meanwhile in Canada on the same day as the Japanese attacked the United States, the first Japanese were arrested by the Royal Canadian Mounted police. ... Every Japanese Canadian over sixteen was asked if he wanted to stay in Canada or be voluntarily deported to Japan. ... Even Japanese Canadian veterans still had to carry registration cards. ...
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If a person of high skill in a country were to come here and not have the degrees or knowledge needed to work in that profession in Canada they would not get the job, and they would have to get that certain degree. ... For these migrants to come into Canada and not work is a strain on society. ... I am not saying that we should only let certain people into Canada, What I am saying is that if a great deal of people from form one culture come into Canada and take over, people will feel threatened and racism will start.When an immigrant immigrates to Canada unemployed with no work ethics, they te...
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THE REBELLION IN LOWER CANADA: Immigration, Crop Failures and Political DiscontentHenceforth, there must Be No Peace in the Province - no quarter for the plunderers. ... In Lower Canada there was considerable disaffection amongst the colonists. ... Immigration was supported by British merchants who hoped that the new arrivals would increase the manpower of the economy and somewhat combat the French Canadian political majority3. ... Thousands of people across Lower Canada died, many of them French. ... The proposed Union Bill in 1822 raised the ire of French Canadians, for! ...
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A year ago, boatloads of Chinese migrants landed upon out Canada's West Coast uninvited. ... There are invariably investigations, speeches of regret by politicians, demands for reform of the immigration laws, calls for harsh punishments of the smugglers. ... Should Canada reform its immigration laws? Should Canada close its borders to migrants? The answer must be a resounding "Yes" to the first question and a equally resounding "No" to the second, because current immigration laws, as argued and developed later in this essay, do not work and because closing its borders to migrants would n...
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Groups such as the American Protective Association, the Immigration Restriction League, and the notorious Ku Klux Klan discriminated against these groups. Literacy tests were proposed by the Immigration Restriction League to test new immigrants on literacy of any language. ... But in 1917 Americans feared the War in Europe and Congress was able to have enough votes to override the veto of President Wilson.2.Chinese were kept from immigrating when the West convinced Congress to pass the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. ... The citizens could learn important lesson from the young men and women and...
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Japanese Internment in CanadaThe first recorded Japanese immigration to Canada was in 1877. ... As the immigration so did the discrimination against the Japanese. ... Meanwhile in Canada on the same day as the Japanese attacked the United States, the first Japanese were arrested by the Royal Canadian Mounted police. ... Every Japanese Canadian over sixteen was asked if he wanted to stay in Canada or be voluntarily deported to Japan. ... Even Japanese Canadian veterans still had to carry registration cards. ...
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