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@9VZNZJMLibertarianfrom Illinois  answered…10mos

So long as there is a welfare state there should be strict immigration restriction.

@9WNWC6HConservativefrom Maine  answered…10mos

@9WMM5YQPeople’s Partyfrom Washington  answered…10mos

No. But, housing for immigrants and Canadian's in general continues to be overlooked. Not one of the parties have presented a reasonable action plan. They're all playing it safe.

@9WL45LMfrom Virginia  answered…10mos

Only people of White European decent should be allowed into Canada

@9W56XXHDemocratfrom Montana  answered…10mos

Families coming to profit should be denied, refugees should be fully welcomed.

@9VPPRZFChristian Heritagefrom Illinois  answered…11mos

Yes, and enact an immigration moratorium (ban on all immigration).

@9VLHN4YConservativefrom Pennsylvania  answered…12mos

Make it extremely easy for productive workers and entrepreneurs and impossible for criminals.

@9VK6JM6Independentfrom Indiana  answered…12mos

Yes, but only increase security at the border and improve background check systems

@9V94LY8Communistfrom Ohio  answered…1yr

No, and work on foreign policy to decrease the need for immigration.

@9V4N59RConservativefrom Virginia  answered…1yr

Yes absolutely, but make the process easier for skilled workers

@9X9WJL2Republicanfrom Vermont  answered…9mos

Yes, and we should spend more to secure our national border

@9DGWLP6People’s Partyfrom Nebraska  answered…2yrs

Allow more independent immigrants who will bring jobs and skills to Canada.

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Yes, and regularly review recent immigrants to ensure they have become productive citizens

@9RY435MNew Democraticfrom Washington  answered…1yr

@9PB8H5KLibertarianfrom Pennsylvania  answered…2yrs

Add a percentage cap based off population for every year, roughly 0.25%

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