Thursday, June 23, 2005

tunnel vision

John Ibbitson writes on immigration reform:
"Canada need to increase its intake of immigrants from the current level of 210,000 to the Immigration Department's target of 320,000 as quickly as possible. If we do not, this country could soon face a declining population and an acute labour shortage".

Mr. Ibbitson and any other liberal pundit can come up with thosand policy recipies and solutions for Canada's crippled immigration system but it'd never occur for them to offer any other redemy than taking in more people to solve Canada's declining population problem.
World is bound to run out of oil soon but it'll never be a shortage of people wanting to take low paid jobs in Toronto's fast food outlets, won't it?


At 9:35 AM, Blogger Проза жизни said...

Probably not

At 6:25 PM, Blogger Oleksa said...

may be not, in regards to flipping burgers, but skilled professionals may opt to stay home after all.


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