Canadian Immigration Explained: CBC Seven Part Video Series
posted on October 25, 2017
With the 2016 Canadian census finding that nearly a quarter of Canadians are immigrants, the continuation of mass migration from Africa and the middle East regions as well as recent arrivals from the U.S. into Canada at unguarded border points, there are many questions regarding if Canada, its economy and health-care system are prepared to handle an influx in immigration.
The CBC has published a series of seven short videos explaining the laws and regulations that are in place to aid in the process of dealing with immigration and refugee claims. Far from being a wide-open process for the people who are coming into Canada, the road to attaining residency or refugee status in Canada is a long and complicated process with many legal checks and balances.
Learn more by watching the videos below.
Immigrants vs. Refugees: How are people getting into Canada?
How is Canada’s immigration status different from that of the U.S.?
What happens when an asylum seeker get picked up at the border?
Are border crossers breaking the law and jumping the queue?
Do refugees automatically get access to our hospitals and doctors?
Can Canada’s health-care system cope with immigration?
How much do refugees and immigrants get in social assistance?
Is immigration good or bad for the economy?
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