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Liberal's immigration policies have achieved unintended results

John Ibbitson suggests that the Trudeau government's drive to attract international students puts pressure on the postsecondary education system and diminishes public approval of immigration. While many of these students benefit from a quality education, some find themselves in less-than-stellar private colleges, prioritizing work permits over education. This has unintentionally weakened support for immigration, with research indicating that many Canadians believe immigration levels are excessive. Interestingly, a recent poll found that many newcomers feel Canada admits too many immigrants, which could impact the Liberals' appeal among this group.

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