The Trudeau Regime Wants to Boost Foreign Immigration to Alarming Levels by 2025
According to a report by Sean Fraser, Canada’s Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, Canada imported over 430,000 immigrants into the country.
Overall, the Canadian government planned to import 431,645 immigrants into the country
“Today marks an important milestone for Canada, setting a new record for newcomers welcomed in a single year,” Fraser declared. “It is a testament to the strength and resilience of our country and its people.”
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) processed roughly 5.2 million permanent residency applications in 2022, which is double the figures from 2021.
The Canadian government’s immigration target for 2023 is 465,000 immigrants, which increases to 485,000 in 2024, and to 500,000 in 2025. Alex Timothy of The Post Millennial noted that the Canadian government’s emphasis on increased immigration will be “placed on skilled workers.”
To spur this gradual immigration increase, the Trudeau regime’s fall budget allocated an additional $50 million to the IRCC for the 2022-23 fiscal year to “address ongoing application backlogs, speed up processing, and allow skilled newcomers to fill critical labour gaps faster.”
“Newcomers play an essential role in filling labour shortages, bringing new perspectives and talents to our communities, and enriching our society as a whole,” Fraser stated. “I am excited to see what the future holds and look forward to another historic year in 2023 as we continue to welcome newcomers.”
Trudeau’s Liberty Party argued that immigration was the principal reason for Canada having “experienced one of the fastest recoveries from the pandemic.” In addition, Liberal leaders believe that increased immigration would resolve the country’s sharp labor shortages.
“We know there is over a million jobs in Canada that remain unfilled, so we need immigrants, skilled immigrants, to come in and help us fill those unfilled jobs and help us grow our economy,” Housing Minister Ahmed Hussen said to Global News. “In addition to that, the irony is we actually need more people, skilled immigrants, to also help us in the building trades and the construction sector of our economy.”
“We need those workers to actually come in and help us build the housing that Canadians need,” he continued.
Like the US, Canada is largely committed to the Great Replacement and enthusiastically pursues measures to displace its native, historical population. According to projections from Stats Canada, Canada is expected to be 65% non-white by 2106 — a trend that could be accelerated if the Canadian political class doubles down on its importation of foreigners.
Like the US, if Canada is to survive as a viable nation-state, it must halt mass migration. If it fails to do so, it will be the next Anglosphere nation to be subjected to mass demographic displacement.