Immigration is a __________ government concern, but provinces do have some influence.
The Provincial Nomination Program allows provinces to “nominate” the kind of immigrants they need to fit their needs. Eg. Alberta may have a labour shortage in construction so they can nominate that more immigrants with construction experience get in
The government cannot require immigrants to live in a certain area but the nomination program increases the likelihood that immigrants will settle where their skills are needed.
Pg. 188/190 1.) _______________ 39 % 2.) _______________ 15 % 3.) _______________ 14% 4.) The rest of Canada 32% ______ % of Immigrants settle in Alberta
A special agreement between Quebec and the __________ government. The accord allows Quebec to seek immigrants whose first language is ________. It also allows Quebec to require immigrants to send their children to French language schools.
Why would Quebec alone have a special accord with the government to bring in immigrants who speak a certain language?
The accord also allows Quebec to have immigration offices in places of the world they are interested in recruiting immigrants from, for example, _____________, Syria where many people speak French.
Canada has also established a plan to help Francophone minorities in other parts of Canada to attract more French speakers to strengthen their communities.
Create a diagram that explains the relationship between the Federal and Provincial governments and immigration. Be sure to include: › The federal government as having ultimate control over immigration. › How provincial governments influence federal immigrations policies. › The Canada-Quebec Accord. Use: these notes, textbook pages 189-191