Canada builds migration focuses in offer to support development, fill work holes

Ottawa: Canada said on Friday that it was expanding its migration focuses after a critical decrease in new perpetual occupants in 2020 because of COVID-19 out of an offer to support a financial recuperation and fill work deficiencies in certain areas, including medical services.

Canada’s Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino revealed to Reuters that the nation would take a gander at widening and quickening the pathway for foreigners previously living in the nation to get perpetual residency.

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