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Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe aims to increase immigration

Saskatchewan Prime Minister Scott Moe intends to convince the Canadian government to increase immigration to the province from 6,000 to 13,000 people annually. To do this, he turned to the business community of Saskatchewan for help with a request from the Canadian authorities for a new immigration agreement between Canada and Saskatchewan. Like most officials in Saskatchewan, Mo believes the province needs more immigration autonomy in the immigration process to meet economic needs and address labour shortages. By 2030, the province plans to create another 100,000 jobs. The provincial government aims to make the SINP the primary source of immigrants, increasing Saskatchewan’s population to 1.4 million by 2030.

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