In Brampton and Mississauga, the minister met local members of parliament and stakeholders and discussed issues related to immigration. Top of the agenda is speeding up the process of family class immigration. Link To Article
In 2017, Trudeau and the Liberals plan to bring in hundreds of thousands of “refugees” once again, at the Canadian taxpayers expense, disregarding for our safety, our culture and our customs.
In fact, the current backlash against immigration has less to do with jobs and wages and more to do with concerns about national identity and control of borders.
According to the British Social Attitudes Survey, in 1995, 63 percent of the British public were in favor of reducing immigration. By 2008, this had risen to 78 percent, where it has stabilized.
“The referendum has become a battleground between immigration and control of borders versus economic peril,” says Mark Leonard, director of the European Council on Foreign Relations, and right now immigration is winning the argument.