CIMM – Citizenship and Immigration – June 2, 2021

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Table of Contents

Opening Statement

Minister’s Opening Statement

Top Issues

  1. Supplementary Estimates (A), 2021-2022
  2. Budget 2021
  3. Meeting levels 2021: economic pathways
  4. Status of Operations, Programs and Services
  5. Impact on Processing
  6. Transformations and innovations in lines of business
  7. Travel Restrictions and Exemptions
  8. Asylum, Border Restrictions and STCA
  9. Temporary Foreign Workers: Permits, Processing, Facilitation
  10. Caregivers

Other Departmental Issues

  1. Family Reunification and Compassionate Exemptions
  2. Refugees and Resettlement
  3. Guardian Angels (Refugee Claimants Working on the Front Lines)
  4. International Students
  5. Quebec Immigration
  6. Francophone Immigration
  7. Modernization of the Official Languages Act
  8. Settlement and Integration
  9. Immigration and Citizenship Consultants
  10. Citizenship and Passport
  11. Canada-China Issues
  12. Human Rights Defenders
  13. Visa Application Centres
  14. Data Breaches and Privacy Breaches
  15. Temporary to permanent residence pathways

Reference Materials

  1. Parliamentary Context
  2. Member Biographies
  3. Correspondence from Members
  4. Correspondence from MPs
  5. Data dashboard
  6. Summary of 2021-2022 Main Estimates
  7. IRB – Hong Kong
  8. Question period note
  9. Summary of MP Jenny Kwan’s top interventions on Caregivers
  10. NHL Playoffs and Calgary Stampede

Back Pocket Notes

  1. Rural Municipalities and New Immigration Study

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