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Majority of Canadians want a total pause in immigration

76% of Canadians think Canada should temporarily pause immigration until a vaccine is developed for coronavirus and the unemployment rate drops down to pre-coronavirus levels.

The majority of Canadians want to close the borders and pause immigration into the country until the coronavirus threat has passed and until Canada’s economy has fully recovered, according to a recent scientific poll commissioned by True North.

76% of Canadians polled by ONE, a research company based out of Toronto, strongly agree or moderately agree with the statement: Canada should temporarily pause immigration until a vaccine is developed for coronavirus and the unemployment rate drops down to pre-coronavirus levels.

Unfortunately, the Trudeau government isn’t listening. While they claim our borders are closed, according to the Canadian Border Services Agency – 459,000 new immigrants landed in Canada’s international airports between March 21 and June 2.

True North’s Candice Malcolm explains.

Read our exclusive report.

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