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The Canadian Government actively encourages immigration to smaller communities across the country

According to a report from the Conference Board of Canada, immigration programs that bring people to Canada’s smaller cities and towns – such as the Atlantic Immigration Program (AIP) and Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP) – promise higher economic output for lower costs. These initiatives could be some of the most beneficial investments in developing Canada’s economy. Canada’s two regional immigration programs, the AIP and the RNIP are designed to promote immigration to smaller, more rural areas. The employer-led AIP is a unique initiative which encourages candidates from abroad to fill job postings where employers are having difficulty in finding Canadian workers.

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