Fraser Institute: Immigrants Take Jobs Canadians Won’t Do – With Exception Of Joining The Liberal Party

“The study also found immigrants typically pay a little over $6,000 less in property and sales taxes than the national average.

That means the approximately 3.9 million immigrants who settled in Canada between 1987 and 2004 are shortchanging federal government coffers by between $16.3 billion and $23.6 billion annually, depending on how many of those newcomers have moved back home, emigrated elsewhere or died, the study said.”

Fraser Institute report -immigration and the Canadian welfare state 2011

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