Sonntag, Januar 08, 2012

Stephen Harper warns of tough times ahead in 2012 - auch für Einwanderer

Was das bedeuten wird kann man vermutlich ab März 2012 erfahren. Vorher wird das Wichtigste geheim bleiben auch wenn einiges schon angekündigt wurde.

Harper spoke to CTV News chief anchor and senior editor Lisa LaFlamme in a year-end interview.
On immigration policy, for instance, Harper says his government is looking at reforms that will help immigrants make more of a contribution to Canada’s economic growth.
“We’re also going to try and find ways that we can make our immigration policy more activist in nature,” Harper says.
“But we’ve got to do more in the economy of the future than just passively accept applications. We have to recruit people to come to this country, particularly when there are specific skill shortages that are developing, and that’s what we’re going to do as a government.”

Quelle: The, Toronto

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Re: PM warns of hard times in 2012, Dec. 26
I have some questions for Stephen Harper:
1. Why not train our own people in skilled jobs? Taking out the trades in high schools was a bad idea.
2. What specific skills are you talking about for immigrants? Doctors becoming taxi cab drivers?
3. Where are all of the manufacturing jobs for our own people in this country? Of course, China.
4. What are the opportunities in Canada that you are talking about?
5. You say the bureaucracy has talked other majority governments into going to sleep for three years. Who really runs this country: the elected MPs or the bureaucrats?
6. What can your government do for this country? Instead of telling citizens what the other parties can’t do, why not tell us what you really can do and stop the bickering?
Carolyn Virag, Wasaga Beach

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