Immigration and our local economies
Immigrants contribute to our economy by:
- filling gaps in our labour force
- paying taxes
- spending money on goods, housing and transportation
To find out how immigrants affect our local economies, we look at how they support the job market and businesses in communities across Canada. We use current population and labour market trends in our analysis.
See how immigration contributes to our local economies
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Stories across Canada
See inspiring stories of immigrants making a difference in our communities.
Canada’s immigration track record
What does immigration do for our country?
Canada’s immigration system
How are immigrants selected, screened and set up for success?
Growing Canada’s future
How do immigrants contribute to fields such as sports, business and health care?
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