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Canadians continue questioning current immigration levels as housing, infrastructure, and social issues increase in the country

Many believe that Canada fails to meet the expectations of Canadians and newcomers. Canada has been experiencing a high inflation rate and the rising cost of living, causing issues with housing and renting in major cities like Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver. While immigration is not the primary driver of rising housing costs, it does contribute to an already present crisis. Rental prices continue to spiral as many Canadians struggle to keep up with these changes – a plight that can be exacerbated by regulations concerning immigrants and their access to renting. The influx of immigrants to Canada has significantly outpaced the availability of affordable housing, which places new immigrants in a vulnerable state due to their typically lower economic standing compared with Canadians. Without adequate supply and proper management regarding affordability, these newcomers may be at an even greater disadvantage than before.

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