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Canada's immigration policy no country for old men canada used to prize immigrants who would make good citizens now people with job offers have jumped to the front of the queue. Canada prepares for an asian future by ayesha bhatty vancouver 25 may 2012 because of the impact of immigration, canada as a whole is more resilient to economic recession and that's undeniable for centuries, chinese immigrants have come to canada for economic opportunities. Canadian immigration acts and legislation by lindsay van dyk, junior researcher the chinese immigration act of 1923 virtually restricted all chinese immigration to canada by narrowly defining the acceptable categories of chinese immigrants. Free essay: chinese immigrants in canada and their problems on the canadian labor market history 287 - the chinese in canada and canadians in china bolaria.
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