Table 4: New Permanent Residents Admitted in 2017
|Immigration Category||2017 Plan Admission Ranges -
|2017 Plan Admission Ranges -
|Number Admitted in 2017||Females Admitted in 2017||Males Admitted in 2017|
|Federal Economic – High SkilledFootnote 1||69,600||77,300||57,247||26,030||31,217|
|Federal Economic – CaregiversFootnote 2||17,000||20,000||22,253||13,218||9,035|
|Federal Economic – BusinessFootnote 3||500||1,000||587||278||309|
|Provincial Nominee Program||49,000||54,000||49,724||23,680||26,044|
|Quebec Skilled Workers and Business||28,000||31,200||29,451||14,096||15,355|
|Spouses, Partners and Children||62,000||66,000||61,646||35,077||26,568|
|Parents and Grandparents||18,000||20,000||20,494||12,154||8,337|
|Family – Other||-||-||330||165||165|
|Protected Persons in-Canada and Dependents Abroad||13,000||16,000||14,495||7,130||7,364|
|Blended Visa Office-Referred Refugees||1,000||3,000||1,284||610||674|
|Privately Sponsored Refugees||14,000||19,000||16,873||7,935||8,938|
|Total Protected Persons and Refugees||33,000||46,000||41,475||19,959||21,515|
|Humanitarian and OtherFootnote 4||2,900||4,500||3,272||1,705||1,567|
Source: IRCC, Permanent resident data as of March 31, 2018. Additional IRCC data are also available through the Quarterly Administrative Data Release. Any numbers in this report that were derived from IRCC data sources may differ from those reported in earlier publications; these differences reflect typical adjustments to IRCC’s administrative data files over time. As the data in this report are taken from a single point in time, it is expected that they will change over time as additional information becomes available.
Gender-disaggregated data: Totals of gender-disaggregated data may not add up to the totals for “Number Admitted in 2017” due to instances where gender was not stated.
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