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A rare critique of mass immigration levels in the Canadian media.

The former head of immigration service dismantles economic argument for extreme levels of immigration.

There is no mention in this article of the environmental impacts of adding over 1 million immigrants in 3 years but perhaps another Canadian news outlet will have the courage to buck the industry trend and cover real issues.

Urban Sprawl

Canada's cities are growing very rapidly, driven largely by mass immigration. *

The impacts of this growth are:

  • Congestion
  • Loss of prime farmland
  • Myriad of social issues
  • Housing inflation
  • Debt
  • Higher service costs and taxes
  • Lower quality of life


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Midland Message Board

The energy forecast was fair in the 1950s, 60s and 70s when energy costs were low and declining.  Now the clouds are rolling in and Canadian society is stumbling in its efforts to transition to renewable energy.  A constructive national conversation is critical to our ability to navigate looming climate and energy transition challenges.  Media corporations have a responsibility to contribute to that conversation. 

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