B.C. Hardship Assistance Extended to 12 Months for Ukrainians Arriving under CUAET New Environics Institute Survey Shows Highest Ever Public Support
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B.C. Hardship Assistance Extended to 12 Months for Ukrainians Arriving under CUAET New Environics Institute Survey Shows Highest Ever Public Support

8 June 2023

Summary

This is the highest level of disagreement with the statement since the questions was first asked in 1977 However, challenges to public opinion still remain. [...] The Plan calls for increasing the number of Permanent Resident admissions to 500,00 in 2025, a 51% increase from the 2019 plan of 330,800. [...] While AMSSA will be sending out more information in the coming weeks, here is the summary of the plan: 2023 – 465,000 Permanent Resident admissions 2024 – 485,000 Permanent Resident admissions 2025 – 500,00 Permanent Resident admissions This chart provides a snapshot of Canada’s plans to increase numbers of permanent residents to Canada since 2019. [...] The 2023-2025 Immigration Levels Plan shows a decrease in the planned numbers of resettled refugees over the three-year period from 76,305 in 2023 to 72,750 in 2025. [...] The challenge that lies ahead for stakeholders working with resettled refugees and displaced Ukrainians is to both provide the support for an increasing number of newcomers to build a life in Canada, and also to build and enlist the public’s support to be better able to do so.

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