"We must have transformational change to move to an immigration program that works for Canada and for newcomers," he said in a speech to the Economic Club of Canada, according to CTV. He said Canada also has an eye on New Zealand, where a backlog of immigration applications was legislated away in 2003 and replaced by a pool of prospective applicants and immigration Minister Jason Kenney said all options are on the table when it comes to modernizing the process of bringing in would-be immigrants. He said the changes which will roll out over the course of 2012, will include one to give the provinces the ability to cherry-pick the immigrants they want. (www.immigrantscanada.com).
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