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The economic benefits of Immigration may be the most settled fact in economics

Adam Davidson,
Contributing writer, The New York Times Magazine, and Founder, NPR’s Planet Money
THE FACTS

Historically, Canada has successfully supported very high levels of immigration. In 1913, 400,000 immigrants arrived in Canada, representing over 5.2% of the population at the time

(Citizenship and Immigration Canada)

Immigrants to Canada are more likely to start and own businesses than those born in Canada

(Statistics Canada, 2016)

Immigrants arrive in Canada in better health than their Canadian-born counterparts. This is evidenced by 10 years of better health outcomes – lower rates of diabetes, hypertension, and perinatal complications such as prematurity and low birth weights

(Statistics Canada, 2011)