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Justin Trudeau evaluates his own immigration policies

Prime Minister Trudeau recently admitted his government's role in a significant increase in temporary immigration, which he described as exceeding Canada's capacity. This is surprising as it contradicts his government's responsibility for the spike in non-permanent residents and international student visas. The 93% increase in non-permanent residents since 2021 has led to Canada's fastest population growth since 1957, with 63% coming from non-permanent residents for the second consecutive year. Trudeau's government initially overlooked the impact on housing and infrastructure, but recent public concern and falling poll numbers have initiated a shift in policy.

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