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Population policies and migration in Canada

ORAL PRESENTATION

CELERIER Perrine FAYE Joanna HAUDIQUET Pauline

SECTION 1

Canadian migration policies history

19th century

First Immigration Act

Policies to restrict Chinese immigration

1869

1885

Canadian migration timeline

(from 19th century to 1976)

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Black immigrants ban consideration

Immigration Act revision

Chinese Immigration Act

1911

1919

1939

Large cohorts of European immigration

1903 - 1913

Early 20th century

1923 - late 1940's

Jewish refugees denied

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End of the formal ban on Chinese immigration

New Immigration Act

End of racial discrimination

1947

1952

1962

POST-WAR PERIOD

1967

1969

Introduction of a points system

Signature of the 1951 United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees and its 1967 Protocol

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SECTION 2

Modern Canadian migration policies

Immigration Act, 1976

The Liberal government of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau passed a new Immigration Act, 1976, which took effect in 1978, and was a radical break from the past.

Main objectives of Canada's immigration policy established

Immigration Act

Refugees defined as a distinct group of immigrants

Co-operation among levels of government and the volunteer sector enabled

1980 : five classes of immigrants established for entry to Canada

  • Benefits of managerial skills and financial capital in order to create additional employment opportunities
  • Because of the decline in fertility in Canada, need of working-age Canadians, in order to shoulder the cost of health and social programs for the increased number of elderly citizens
  • Need of a modern economy for education and skills
  • Some controversory

Emphasis on Economic Migration

During the 1980s, policy makers instituted a program to encourage business people and entrepreneurs to immigrate to Canada.

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58%

In 2018, economic class entrants were the single largest category of immigrants, making up 186,352 of the 321,035 total immigrants admitted that year.

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The Immigration and Refugee Protection Act

Promotion of Canada's demographic, economic, social, and cultural goals


Priorities of family reunion, diversity, and non-discrimination

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Wider powers of the government to detain and deport landed immigrants suspected of being a security threat

Canada and the US banned the practice of allowing migrants to enter one country on a travel visa and claim refugee status at the border of the other via the Canada-United States Safe Third Country Agreement

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Sources : www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca, www.canada.ca, www.statista.com, canadianvisa.org