Canada’s Provincial Leaders Seek Increased Immigration Control, Taking Inspiration from Quebec

Canadian provincial leaders convened in Winnipeg this week for a crucial meeting to address shared priorities.

Among the urgent matters discussed, three areas were closely linked to immigration, prompting a call for more control over the process.

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The Premiers, convening annually as the Council of the Federation since 2003, aim to enhance interprovincial and interterritorial cooperation while promoting relations between provincial and federal governments.

During the meeting, the leaders emphasized that provinces and territories are best positioned to address the specific needs of their labor markets and burgeoning economies. This proactive approach includes taking measures for international recruitment, streamlining credential recognition, and prioritizing skills training initiatives. Drawing inspiration from Quebec’s immigration model, they seek more authority in shaping immigration policies that cater to their regional requirements.

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