The Business Council of Canada’s recent statement and letter about better aligning Canada’s immigration system with its economic needs was featured in in coverage by multiple news outlets of Canada’s 2024-2026 Immigration Levels plan.

“If we do not seek this skilled labour, our economic rivals will.”

“Canada benefits from the knowledge, skills and entrepreneurial spirit of highly trained immigrants, including health care professionals, engineers and computer scientists, who can help our economy grow.”

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