TheStar.com - Immigrant system needs overhaul: Sgro
Former cabinet Minister Judy Sgro believes Canada's current immigration system needs to match its immigration policies, especially when it comes to the number of applicants being processed.
Her arguments do make sense: think of it like handing out...I don't know...tickets to get into the Canadian Idol tryouts...Follow me here: thousands of kids want a chance to get on the show and let their talent shine, but you know, there's only so many hours in the day, so many judges to check out the talent...So at some point, they have to turn people away and say, "come back again next time."
This is essentially what Sgro is saying - don't take in anymore than you can process, and no more than you are allotted. When you reach capacity, stop until more capacity opens up.
Common sense immigration policy...is that an oxymoron?
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