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No sign of immigration slowdown as opinion shifts

A recent poll suggests that Canadians are growing sceptical of the government’s high immigration targets. Whether policy shifts or not, it is inevitable that net immigration will eventually slow from recent record rates, but there is no sign of that yet.

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