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Nov 22, 2010:Centre For Immigration Policy Reform Calls For A Made-In-Canada Workforce

Immigration Watch Canada’s bulletin for this week is  “Centre For Immigration Policy Reform Calls For A Made-In-Canada Workforce” Below is a copy of the Centre For Immigration Policy Reform’s latest press release. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ CENTRE FOR IMMIGRATION POLICY REFORM CALLS FOR … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

For Remembrance Day : First Nations Slam Ottawa And Provinces For Forgetting Them And Favoring Unnecessary Immigrants

This bulletin features an article from “The Sault Star” which describes a First Nations road blockade and protest rally in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. The event is significant because it is one of the first times that First Nations leaders … Continue reading

Posted in Weekly

Is Harper Following The Howard Game Plan?

By Tim Murray I seem to recall that Australia’s one-man wrecking crew, former PM John Howard, successfully exploited public anger over boat-loads of refugees to Australia by making a show of his hard line crackdown. He then used that stance … Continue reading

Posted in Weekly

Sponsoring A Spouse Is Like Holding A Time Bomb Which Can Explode Anytime

This bulletin is a shortened version of a fraud marriage report which was sent to Citizenship and Immigration Canada. It was written by a Canadian man who had sponsored a woman from Pakistan to come to Canada as his wife. … Continue reading

Posted in News, Weekly

Mass Immigration Or The Alberta Tar Sands Project : Which Disaster Will Have A Greater Impact On Canada’s GHG Emissions ?

Mass Immigration or the Alberta Tar Sands Project : Which Disaster Will Have A Greater Impact On Canada's GHG Emissions? Tim Murray Immigration Watch Canada Canadian Green Party leader Elizabeth May has frequently said that immigration has had a “trivial” … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

A "Big Canada" Won’t Mean More Wealth For Its Residents

A “Big Canada” Won't Mean More Wealth For Its Residents This bulletin features an OP ED from Australia. The author is Australian environmentalist Jenny Goldie who is a member of Sustainable Population Australia. (http://www.population.org.au/ ) Ms. Goldie uses the term … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

The People Speak About Red Deer, Sweden, Sri Lanka, Toronto And More

Immigration Watch Canada presents our latest Bulletin : “The People Speak About Red Deer, Sweden, Sri Lanka, Toronto, and More”. Respectfully, Dan Murray Immigration Watch Canada +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ From JB : If Canadians support high levels of immigration, it is because … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Saskatchewan’s ‘Utter Disaster’ : Lay Off Aboriginals And Push The Hiring Of Immigrants

SASKATCHEWAN'S “UTTER DISASTER” : LAY OFF ABORIGINALS AND PUSH THE HIRING OF IMMIGRANTS The effect of immigration on the employment of Canadians became a bit clearer this week. On the Tuesday, Sept 14 edition of CBC Radio's The Current, Economics … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Effects of Immigration, Weekly

Labour Day Message : No Help Wanted

Labour Day Message : No Help Wanted The following is a copy of a study done by the respected Center for Immigration Studies in Washington. Its general point is that a very high number of people with low education are … Continue reading

Posted in Weekly

The People Speak Their Views On Immigration

THE PEOPLE SPEAK THEIR VIEWS ON IMMIGRATION CASE #1 : G.F.Q. I recently came upon a piece either on the net or in the press about Toronto mayoral candidate Rob Ford who seems to have been hysterically attacked. After he … Continue reading

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Tamil Boat Incident Shows Canadians They Must Take Back Their Country

TAMIL BOAT INCIDENT SHOWS CANADIANS ThEY MUST TAKE BACK THEIR COUNTRY 1. The arrival of the Tamil boat people is a symptom of a very large and very serious problem with Canada's entire refugee and immigration system. The problem is … Continue reading

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Australia vs. Canada : 3 Telling Differences On The Immigration Issue

“Australia vs. Canada : 3 Telling Differences On The Immigration Issue” Three differences become evident between Australia and Canada on the immigration issue. 1. One of the biggest differences is that in the midst of the current Australian federal election, … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

Does Canada Want More Richmonds and Bramptons?

DOES CANADA WANT MORE RICHMONDS AND BRAMPTONS ? Canadian media, the politically correct and many politicians have had a field day this past week chattering about graffiti placed on a parkade wall in Richmond, B.C. As Canadians have seen so … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly

There Are Limits To Conservation

The following bulletin “There Are Limits to Conservation” was written by B.C. environmentalist Tim Murray. Dan Murray Immigration Watch Canada.org ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ THERE ARE LIMITS TO CONSERVATION Like their counterparts elsewhere, neither the BC Liberals nor the NDP will question the … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

How Immigration Is Leading Us Down The Road To Sarajevo

The author of this bulletin, “How Immigration Is Leading Us Down The Road To Sarajevo” is B.C. writer Frank Hilliard. Mr. Hilliard uncovers little-known information on the origins of Canada’s multiculturalism policy and of Canada’s Charter. After reading what Mr. … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly

143 Years After Confederation, A Reminder Of How And When Canada’s Immigration Abnormality / Immigration Fiasco Began

143 Years After Confederation, A Reminder Of How And When Canada’s Immigration Abnormality /Immigration Fiasco Began This bulletin re-distributes a Globe and Mail article published in 1990. The author of the article, reporter Hugh Winsor, describes how Immigration Minister Barbara … Continue reading

Posted in Fraud, Weekly

No More Apologies !!

NO MORE APOLOGIES Once again, Canadians have heard our federal government apologizing—this time to the families of victims of the bombing in 1985 of an Air India flight from Toronto to India. The bombing killed about 330 people and was … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Effects, Weekly

100 Million People For Canada ? : Say No To Hell !

100 Million People For Canada ? : Say No To Hell ! Irvin Studin, Assistant Professor in the School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Toronto, has recently acquired national media attention by proposing that Canada increase its population … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

Advice To Summer Vacationers : Enjoy Your Parks While You Can

The following bulletin was written by B.C. Environmentalist Tim Murray +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Advice to Summer Vacationers: Enjoy Your Parks While You Can. Is the promise of Habitat Forever like the promise Of “Peace In Our Time”? For those who recall the … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly

Green Inc,—How The Environmental Cause Went Bad

This bulletin is a review of Christine MacDonald's “Green, Inc. : An Environmental Insider Reveals How A Good Cause Has Gone Bad”. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ GREEN, INC.—-HOW THE ENVIRONMENTAL CAUSE WENT BAD Environmental insider Christine MacDonald has a clear message in her … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Effects, Weekly
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