Nova Scotia creates advisory council to increase migrants' populace

August 27, 2014
Nova Scotia creates immigration advisory council to increase immigration

Stephen McNeil, the Premier of Scotia, has announced the formation of advisory council to boost the immigration population in Nova Scotia.

Presently, a total of 150 caps are available in Nova Scotia’s nominee program. This nominee program is a scheme by which immigrants can apply for Canada PR. It is expected that the caps number will be increased further. 

The leader for Progressive Conservative Party, Tory leader Jamie Baillie deems that the declaration of a panel is excellent and it is the first step to augment the province’s people, but also believes that attempts are to be made to increase the economy.

A capable government will recognize that a moderate job market plays a key role to allure new populace to province, said Jamie Baillie. The only method to raise the population is through creating jobs, immigration scheme will be triumphant, if the jobs are accessible to allure and sustain new Nova Scotia entrants. 

Every year, Nova Scotia welcomes nearly 2,500 immigrants, however it still requires thrice to it in order to boost the economy.
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