Canada needs immigrants to support labour shortages. The Canadian Immigration minister’s interview

Good day ladies and gentlemen, this is IRC news and I am Joy Stephen, an authorized Canadian Immigration practitioner bringing out this release from the Polinsys studios in Cambridge, Ontario. Today is the 27th of January, 2022.
The Canadian Immigration minister recently met with Prime Asia TV Canada to discuss issues in the Canadian Immigration department. Hon Minister Sean Fraser talked about backlogs, International students and Parents and Grand Parents sponsorship programs. Let us discuss his views on labour market shortages.
Canada is having a big labour shortage and is in need of 1 million workers and the shortfall is being addressed 100% through foreign workers.
Employer driven programs may be enhanced through a trusted employer stream which will allow employers with a good track record of hiring foreign workers have more flexibility with reduced barriers.
The Minister also confirmed that plans are afoot to allow more foreign health care workers to move to Canada. Mr Fraser indicated that currently there are only 3 health care workers for every senior in Canada and the shortage in this sector is only growing. Canada is prioritizing foreign health care workers according to him.
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