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Canada will require 30,000 immigrants to replace retiring farmers

The Canadian farming industry is facing a significant challenge – approximately 40 percent of farmers in Canada are expected to retire within the next ten years, with 66 percent of them needing a succession plan. This means the country will soon face a shortage of farmers, which could seriously impact the economy and food security in the long run. To address this challenge, a proposal has been made to update Canada’s immigration programs and allow 30,000 new immigrants to focus on farming. The agriculture industry is also expected to see a decrease of 24,000 workers engaged in farming, nursery, and greenhouse activities.

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