To settle in another country other then your home country permanently.
55% skilled workers and business man.
28% people who have family members live in the country you are about to immigrate to.
13% People who are at risk in their home country and escape to the new country.
4% People who immigrate to canada with special reasons
Characteristics of a population
Labor force growth
the growth of numbers of people who can work
Point system category
Education 25 points, Language 24 points, Working experience 21 points, Age 10 points, Job in canada, 10 points, family background 10.
started from 1967, only for economic immigrants
immigration laws differences
no one excluded from their race or country of region.
5% french, 33%neither, english 53%, both 9%
A person who tried to claim refugees status were rejected and he charges the supreme court.
Assembly of first nations, resolution no.49
Canada cannot meet the needs of he aboriginal people but the immigrants.
Provincial nomination program
provinces can nominate a percentage of the immigrants canada selects each year.
a formal agreement