The recent passage of controversial immigration reforms in Quebec stand in stark contrast to news from Canada’s other provinces, which are slated to welcome an increasing number of newcomers over the next three years through the Provincial Nominee Program.
Known as the PNP, the program allows participating provinces and territories to nominate a specified number of foreign workers for Canadian permanent residence each year.
Canada has a 2019 target of 61,000 immigration candidates for the PNP, which is set to increase to 67,800 in 2020 and 71,300 in 2021.
These increases contrast the news out of Quebec this week, where thousands of pending applications to the Quebec Skilled Worker Program were dismissed under new legislation passed by the province’s Coalition Avenir Québec government.
This development followed the province’s decision to reduce immigration levels to the province this year by 20 per cent.
Source: CIC NEWS
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