Friday 28 June 2024

Liberals Name Calling and Victim Blaming Again - to cover for Global Gaslighting

 Liberals trying to be world saviour - "Canada will save all REFUGEES: Iranians, Ukrainians, Venezuelans, whoever ".


OH NO we didnt hire the 1200 new IRCC workers like we promised even though we need 3500

OH NO our immigration computers are still old and slow 

OH NO there is still an immigration process backlog

OH NO many new REFUGEES will require extra immigration processing

OH NO many of these new REFUGEES cannot contribute to Canada's published immigration purposes 

OH NO many REFUGEES will require lots of $$$ to get them settled

OH NO we cannot process all the existing international students we promised entry if they pay big bucks and work hard

OH NO we have to screw the international students who have paid betweeen $100,000 and $350,000 on study and living expenses for the last 4 to 7 years to qualify for work permits and permanent residency and eventually citizenship.

OH NO we have to blame the international students who are legally using the border services to qualify for the changed regulations - Lets call it flagpoling and treat it like a dirty name

Liberals Name Calling and Victim Blaming Again - to cover for Global Gaslighting

It is too bad international students cannot vote - they will not be voting liberal

Look at just a few of the IRCC Notices and see the "Changing of the Goal Posts"

August 24, 2022—Vancouver - Tackling immigration backlogs to help Canadian businesses grow. The Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, today highlighted ongoing work to strengthen Canada’s immigration system and reduce application backlogs, with a focus on addressing labour shortages,

October 7, 2022—Ottawa—Employers are facing unprecedented challenges in finding and retaining the workers they need International students to help address Canada’s labour shortage - Limit on off-campus work hours to be lifted temporarily. This measure will provide many international students with a greater opportunity to gain valuable work experience in Canada, and will increase the availability of workers to sustain Canada’s post-pandemic growth

January 22, 2024—Ottawa—Canada to cap number of new international student permits issued to approximately 360,000 for 2024

February 5, 2024—Ottawa --Additional information about International Student Program reforms. International students whose applications were received by IRCC before 8:30 a.m. on January 22, 2024, as well as those who have already been approved for a study permit and intend to travel to Canada for an upcoming program, do not need to take further action as a result of the cap.

March 22, 2024—Ottawa --On January 22, 2024, IRCC confirmed that international graduates of college programs delivered through a public-private curriculum licensing arrangement would no longer be eligible for a post-graduation work permit. This change will take effect on May 15, 2024, rather than the previously announced date of September 1, 2024.

June 21, 2024—Ottawa— foreign nationals can no longer apply for a post-graduation work permit (PGWP) at the border, effective immediately.

Notices — Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

Complaints of Changed Immigration Rules prompted Hunger Strikes in Canada

P.E.I. foreign workers resume hunger strike, say government offered no solutions

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