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Increase those who add to the country by merit, education and good works. Deport those immigrants who are guilty of significant crimes. 7 years ago from a Liberal in Toronto
Yes. Canada needs to close up it's borders and "fix" what we have going on now. When every eligible Canadian is gainfully employed we can start to THINK about re-opening them. 7 years ago from a New Democratic in Medicine Hat
Canada is letting too many completely unskilled, uneducated in any way people. They aren't literate in their own language and that makes it almost impossible for them to learn English. The message that immigrants to Canada will be expected to... 7 years ago from a Liberal in Medicine Hat
Do not accept violent criminals.... immigrants who commit violent crimes or sell drugs or traffic in people
should be deported....with no chance of ever entering Canada again after doing some time in our Canadian jails... but non-violent and non drug related crimes should be treted like a Canadian...too many countries are sending their criminals here...we have the mafia of every country living in our major cities. 7 years ago from a Liberal in Sherbrook
Tfw program is full of flaws. Not fair to those want of to immigrate, some tfw workers are taken advantage of and no enforcement by the perpretators and tfw families are separated. Tfw by choice not by system or law. 7 years ago from a Liberal in Red Deer
Yes, stricter screening for skills & ability to contribute to Canadian society, require immigrants to seek Canadian citizenship within 5 years, require minimum 15 year residency to maintain citizenship and to quality for any social, medical or... 7 years ago from a Liberal in Langley
Canada should not turn anyone away but simply require immigrant registration upon arrival to ensure that they are accounted for and included in the tax system and have access to public services. 7 years ago from a New Democratic in Ottawa
No, but provide better social support and integration programs for new immigrants. 7 years ago from a New Democratic in Ottawa
The regulations are fine, but there should be a job insurance added for those with working skills as well as a recognition of education degrees from outside institutions. 7 years ago from a Liberal in Montreal
Allow only refugees to immigrate and close families of those who live here. We should not be robbing developing nations of their best talent. There are more opportunities for workers in developing countries. 7 years ago from a Green in Toronto
Canada's current immigration department and policies are badly biased and flawed requiring a major restructuring to ensure a balanced and fair approach to all applicants. Canadian citizenship should be earned by a proven contribution over a five year... 7 years ago from a Liberal in Vancouver
Depends on how many can find employment. But make sure they have very positive experience right from immigration officer upon arrival till they are independent. You don't call people home to disrespect. 7 years ago from a Liberal in Toronto
We should have a population density cap of roughly 50 million and immigration should be set to maintain our population just under that cap. 7 years ago from a New Democratic in Toronto
There needs to be more criteria and understanding of humanitarian causes for permanent residence. 7 years ago from a Liberal in Streetsville
Yes, but only to provide for more meaningful adaptation programs, and services for refugees from conflict areas. 7 years ago from a Liberal in Ottawa
Give precedence to skilled workers and their families to ensure we have a strong workforce moving into the future, but all should be allowed to enter so long as they are not criminally active. 7 years ago from a Liberal in Streetsville
Introduce "evidence-based" policies on immigration, with both Canada's needs, and compassion in mind. 7 years ago from a New Democratic in Toronto
No, and make it easier for LGBT refugees to stay. 7 years ago from a New Democratic in Toronto