Temporary residents in Canada are primarily from India and China and tend to be younger and employed. According to Statistics Canada, the labour force participation rate for the Canadian population is 63.4%, аnd it is 74.2% for temporary residents. Last year, nearly one million temporary residents participated in the census, making up 2.5% of Canada’s population. Temporary foreign workers with work permits make up Canada’s largest chunk of non-permanent residents. International students and asylum claimants also make up a significant portion. The remaining 8.7% were other types of non-permanent residents, including those in Canada under Parent and Grandparent (PGP) Super Visas.