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Saskatchewan aims to increase business immigration

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is seeking assistance from the business community to convince Ottawa to increase immigration into the province. At a Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce luncheon, he expressed his party’s clear aspiration for forming an independent relationship with the federal government by allowing them greater power in defining their immigration objectives. The Premier is urging businesspeople to approach Ottawa for a new Canada-Saskatchewan immigration agreement – similar to what already exists with Quebec. If successful, this deal could potentially increase Saskatchewan’s annual target for permanent residents up to 13,000 each year.

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