Canada taken in a Record

Canada taken in a Record

320,932 New Immigrants Over the last year, With Immigration Numbers will also set to rise Even more
Rise in immigration numbers it seems to be the largest in more than a century

More than 320,000 new (PR) permanent residen settled in Canada in the last years, the largest total number for many decades. In the season from July, 2015 to

July, 2016, a total of 320,932 newcomers landed in the Canada as (PR) permanent residents. This year it increase more than one third over the lastĀ  year,

when 240,844 immigrants came to Canada, it represents the fastest in nearly three decades . Moreover, the government of Canada is planning to welcome even

more newcomers are applying over the coming years.

Statistics Canada (Statscan) Publish these latest sum total of this week in its annual population count. Though previous data are not closely comparable, the

latest Canadian immigration numbers is seems to be the more than a century at least 1971, when equal records began, according to Statscan.

according to the immigration graph , the last record of immigration in canada was set inĀ  2009-2010, when 270,581 people migrate in Canada.

Where are new immigrants going?

According to the graphic report, these region in canada (Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba) are becoming more popular than ever before. In the last year, 27.9

% of newcomers settled in one of these region . Alberta, which received 57,384 people,which was ranked as the second most popular target for newcomers of all

the arena. Manitoba (17,238) and Saskatchewan (15,006) also increased their immigration numbers.

Ontario is still the most popular target arena, with 199,647 new people landing in the arena in the past year, which representing 37.3% of the total.

Meanwhile, Quebec invited 55,164 new immigrants. More than half (54.4%) of all newcomer to Canada landed in Ontario or Quebec.

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