The major point in this report is that Canada’s resources are not limitless and that Canada has to restrict its immigration and slow down its population growth. If Canada does not do these things, it will jeopardize its own food and energy supply, and severely curtail both its standard of living and its national sovereignty. It is almost certain that if the Science Council were to research this subject today, their conclusions would be even stronger.
The Science Council’s recommendations, which were made in 1976, are very relevant today. As most will see, the thinking of the Science Council towers above that of Canada’s immigration industry which, unbelievably, has convinced some politicians and others that notions such as diversity, multiculturalism and perpetual high immigration should become Canada’s highest national goals.