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Federal Immigration Minister Marc Miller

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The federal government wants to reduce the proportion of temporary residents in the Canadian population from 6.2 to 5% by 2027, Immigration Minister Marc Miller announced Thursday.

Canada has seen a sharp increase in the number of temporary residents arriving each year, and the minister has indicated in the past that the country has become addicted to temporary workers.

The number of temporary residents and workers in Canada today reaches 2.5 million people, or 6.2% of the country's population.

Recognizing from the outset that Canada's future economic vitality depends on the people we welcome today, Minister Marc Miller explained that the country must deal with significant population movements around the world.

Climate change, economic and political upheaval, human rights violations and of course wars are just some of the reasons why millions of people are looking for a better place to live. .

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