Immigration Is The Top Priority As Western Premiers Meet

The Calgary Herald ran an article about Alberta Premier Alison Redford who will host her counterparts from Saskatchewan and B.C.  to discuss the direction of the New West Partnership. The meeting will take place at Government House in Edmonton, and the newspaper is reporting that B.C. Premier Christy Clark and Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall are also expected to talk about the importance of immigration in meeting growing labour market needs.

Richard Truscott of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business said he is pleased to hear the premiers will discuss immigration, which is crucial for supporting small independent businesses in Alberta.

 Immigration is at the top of our list, we are going to have to be very innovative and engaged on the immigration file for years to come. If we don’t we’re definitely going to see the impacts.

Each year, over a quarter of a million people find success in making Canada their new home.  There are a variety of immigration options available, and each has its own set of challenges that affect the approval of your case.

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These are some of the programs that can begin the immigration process.  In under two years, the New West Partnership has helped establish unprecedented co-operation among the provinces, governments say.

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