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Nova Scotia has to reform the province’s immigration system

According to a new report from auditor general Kim Adair, Nova Scotia needs to reform its immigration system to meet the needs of immigrants better and help achieve the province’s ambitious goals for population growth. In a report released on November 8, Kim Adair stated that the provincial government spends $6.4 million annually on immigrant settlement assistance without researching whether the money spent helps prevent newcomers from leaving the province. According to Adair, to increase the current retention rate of 70% to 75%, the yearly population growth would have to double from 10,000 to 25,00

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