Here are five things to watch for in the Liberal Party plan:
1) The Liberals’ overall target. Last year was the first time in three years the federal government had sought to increase the number of immigrants admitted to Canada. Will the Liberals keep that number – between 260,000 and 285,000 – or answer demands from a number of groups to increase not just overall immigration but specific programs, such as one that allows provinces to directly recruit skilled workers themselves.
Mass immigration is not the economic boon it was in the past.
Automation and the likelihood of a prolonged and severe recession would or should temper the government’s actions, but the Liberal party, united once again with its soul-mates in the federal bureaucracy, are driven by a toxic anti-Canadian agenda.
The mass immigration of settlers who will be encouraged to set up parallel societies is a recipe for disaster, but that’s the Liberal way.