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... next 20 years (Statistics Canada, 2016). The aging population also has an effect on the ratio of working age Canadians to seniors, which is contracting and thus contributes to a “shrunken tax base and acute labour shortages” running the risk of having a million vacant occupations within the next decade (Jedwab, 2016). Through the development of Canadian immigration policy a system of establishing immigration based on skill in required workforces was established. More recently immigration has established a means of reducing adjustment expenses by transferring into emerging markets and divisions (Green, 2004). Throughout history it is seen that Canada has relied on and will need to continue to rely on immigration as a means to retain sustainable population growth and development and therefore Canada should seek a sustainable way to increase annual immigration intake.
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