Chapter 5. Canada’s Immigration Policy “How well do Canada’s Immigration Laws and Policies Respond to Immigration Issues? . Key Understandings
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Canada’s Immigration Policy
“How well do Canada’s Immigration Laws and Policies Respond to Immigration Issues?
9.1.8 Assess, critically, how legislative processes attempt to address emerging issues of immigration by exploring and reflecting upon the following questions and issues:
What factors influence immigration policies in Canada (i.e., economic, political, health, security)?
How are changes to Canadian policies on immigration and refugees a reflection of world issues?
What impact does increasing immigration have on Aboriginal peoples and communities?
How are provincial governments able to influence and implement immigration policies?
How is the implementation of immigration policies in Québec an attempt to strengthen the French language in North America?
What is the relationship between immigration policies in Canada and the rights guaranteed in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms?
To what extent does Canada benefit from immigration?
As a class, brainstorm reasons why you think people would want to leave their home country (Push Factors): why people have chosen to leave their country of origin or their region.
Immigration and Refugee Protection Act 2002
Labour Force Growth
Law VS Policy (pg 168)
Factors for Economic Immigrant’s Immigration Test
Language of Immigrants
Provincial Nomination Program
7. _____ In order to qualify for immigration to Canada, Refugee and Family Class immigrants need to accumulate a total of 67 points.
13._____ Refugee status is only offered to those people who face torture, or cruel and unusual treatment in their own country.
In 2007 what parts of Alberta’s economy were mostly in need of workers that could be filled by immigrants? Use the chart on page 190