Patrick Muncaster's Dashboard

  Home      About      iTunes      Blog      Fitbit     Region Leaders     Webcams     PayPal      Exchange rate     Weather     Linked In     Contact  

  Google Now     Wikipedia     Wolfram Alpha     Hootsuite     Twitter     Medeo     Facebook     You Tube     Skype      Google + Hangout     Classic FM - London  

 
 


Canadian Immigration Policy in an time of aging populations, shifting centres of economic growth and the rise of artificial intelligence


"The populations of many advanced and emerging economies are aging. The majority of the world’s population lives in nations where fertility rates are below replacement rates—in short, these countries’ populations are gradually aging. The resulting decline in labour-force participation rate will limit the potential for economic growth, and a rising population of seniors will strain public finances."

(The Path to Prosperity: Resetting Canada's Growth Trajectory - Advisory Council on Economic Growth - December 1, 2017)

    
  Why Canada needs immigration in a nutshell - one slide
  
  Statistics Canada: 150 years of immigration in Canada (1852 - 2014)
  
  2017 Annual Report to Parliament on Immigration
  
  Huffington Post: Canada’s Labour Shortage Intensifies, With Nearly 400,000 Vacant Jobs
  
  CBJ: Advanced skills shortages in Canada - getting to the root of the problem
  
  The Economic and Social Implications of Artificial Intelligence (CascadiaPrime.com)
  
  Canada AI Policy Roll-out
  
  G&M: Automation nation: Which Canadian communities are most at risk? (November 12, 2017)
  
  Canada's Council on Economic Growth - First, Second and Third Reports
  
  Attracting the Talent Canada needs through immigration, Canada's Advisory Council on Economic Growth (October 20, 2016)
  
  CBC News: 21.9% of Canadians are immigrants, the highest share in 85 years: StatsCan (Oct 25, 2017)
  
  Global News: Canadian government wants 310,000 immigrants in 2018, 340,000 a year by 2020
  
  Via Linked In:Inclusive AI Benefits All Canadians (May 31, 2018)
  
  Vancouver Sun: Douglas Todd: Reducing immigration to protect culture not seen as racist by most (November 5, 2017)
  
  Andrew Coyne: Increased immigration is good for Canada — and the reasons aren’t only economic (October 28, 2016)
  
Top