A Strong Immigration Policy for the Canadian Economy Introduction The objective of this paper is to highlight the importance of a strong immigration policy to the Canadian Economy. Canada as one of the G8 nations and the only economy left standing after the “Great Recession” has much to loose if it does not adequately develop and strengthen its immigration policy. Canada is one of the very few countries along with Australia and New Zealand that has a skilled immigration process, individuals with the necessary qualifications can come into the country, settle down as Permanent Residents and then become naturalized citizens. This not only helps the country to face the looming labour shortage. But it also makes it possible for the country gain...The end:
.....ng of Multi-Racial Britain. London: Routledge. Storey, J & Quintas, P. (2001) Knowledge Management and HRM in Storey, J (ed) Human Resource Management: a critical text. London, Thomson Learning Sweetman, A. (2004). Introduction to Economic and Urban Issues in Canadian Immigration Policy. Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 13(1), pp. 1. Timmerman, K. R. (2001, December 17). Canadian Border Open to Terrorists: Terrorists Have Exploited Canada's Lax Immigration Laws to Plan and Execute Attacks against the United States. Is the Canadian Government Taking Corrective Action?. Insight on the News, 17, pp. 24. Wong, C. (2006). Lobbying for Inclusion: Rights Politics and the Making of Immigration Policy. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.