Better prospective for Canada immigration.
Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism for Canada, Jason Kenney, has said that he is positive regarding the future of Canada’s immigration policies and systems.
Mr. Kenney, in a speech in Winnipeg, emphasized on the on-going commitment of the Canadian government to the successful integration of migrants working in Canada.
In his address to the Canadian Club of Winnipeg, Mr. Kenney said that just as immigration has played a strong role in our past, it will continue to be important to our future as well. He said that Canada migration is respected around the world for the way the system is managed in order to bring people from all over the globe.
Mr. Kenney also said that he looks forward to the privilege of serving as Canada’s Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism as the country continues its commitment to reuniting families, to maintaining humanitarian obligations to refugees and to supporting the economy of Canada.
During the speech, he also emphasized on the recent improvements made to the immigration system of Canada, such as the creation of the Foreign Credentials Referral Office, the five-year-$1.4 billion plan to improve immigrant settlement services across the country and the introduction of the Canadian Experience Class.