Immigration and the Welfare State in Canada: Growing Conflicts, Constructive Solutions
This paper recommends a continuation of the efforts to achieve a better use of the high skill levels of the recent wave of educated immigrants. However, its main recommendation involves a fundamental reform of Canada's immigration selection process to prevent the need for such measures and to avoid large costs to taxpayers in the future.
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