The victory of the minority liberal government led by Justin Trudeau in the federal election of October 21, 2019 means that There is a good chance, immigration to Canada and immigration system will be stable .
Even if the minority liberal government has the votes from the members of Parliament in the same political group, it must seek the support of at least one other party to pass the law through parliament, which means possible compromises in the bills. As different political parties have the same point of view in regards to the immigration policy of Canada, It is very unlikely that we see substantial changes in the immigration programs and laws.
Future Canadian Immigration Statistics: By 2023, Canada will receive 380,000 immigrants.
As the new election is in favour of liberal minority government and individuals who wish to immigrate to Canada , It seems likely that there will be an increase in the number of accepted immigrants to Canada .
Given the incremental approach adopted by liberals in recent years, we can expect immigration targets to increase by 2021, meaning that Canada can accommodate about 370,000 immigrants by 2023.
liberal government program, has plan to increase immigration number from 330,800 in 2019 to 350,000 by 2021, and this pattern will continue until Justin Trudeau and Libra government is in power.
In their first 4 years, the Liberals were in power, they implemented several pilot economic-class immigration programs. Notable among these was the Atlantic immigration pilot program that liberals promised to make permanent if they get elected again.
Changes to Pilot Programs: All looks at the municipal candidate program and none of the pilot programs will be eliminated or stopped.
If we look at Provincial Migration Programs In the remaining seven Canadian provinces, with the exception of New Brunswick, Saskatchewan and Alberta, approximately 80 percent of newcomers who immigrated to Canada through provincial immigration programs, reside in major cities.
Immigration pilot programs allow employers in cities designated by the federal government and the Canadian Immigration and Citizenship IRCC to use specific immigration programs. These programs will allow each province to attract, and invite interested candidates from the pool of Applicants who are applying from all over the world. These candidates must meet the province’s workforce needs to further the economic goals of the Canadian community.
In most Canadian provinces and cities, the maximum number of applications received is 2750, and only small cities in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia can benefit from the maximum number of immigrants under the pilot program.