The Canadian economy depends on immigrant labor entirely to growth, according to statistical reports. Number of migrant workers in Canada increased by 261,200 (6.6%) from May 2015 to May 2016, according to Statistics Canada’s report. Jobs held by Canadians indigenous population fell by 93,300 in the same period of time.
A decline in the prices of goods turns into economic activity from areas such as Alberta with a smaller number of migrants to urban areas, which is very popular for international workers to settle in, such as Toronto and Vancouver. In Toronto, and foreign workers have more than a 50 percent stake in the labor market during the past 8 months.
Local workforce in Canada and retirees, and even in developed cities. The younger demographic in Canada is the point of no return, and be compensated by foreign youth.
Given the reliance on foreign-born employees abroad, Canada’s immigration model for other developed countries to learn from the works, according to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.