As COVID-19 continues its global spread, countries around the world are curtailing immigration, including Canada: RBC Economics forecasts that the number of permanent residents entering Canada will be reduced by 40 percent from 2019 — a drastic decrease with long-term implications.
But there’s a tremendous opportunity to pilot innovative immigration and worker visa policies to better support the Canadian social impact sector. In a post pandemic world, Canada could become a global leader in welcoming newcomers through exploring innovative approaches to immigration and international talent.
New Zealand’s Global Social Impact Visa
While Canada has many different immigration programs, there’s no immigration ini
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