Based on reports, the number of immigrants departing Canada is increasing. The study comes as the federal government prepares to publish its three-year immigration targets. According to a joint survey conducted by the Institute for Canadian Citizenship and the Conference Board of Canada, the number of immigrants leaving Canada in search of better prospects is increasing.
Based on the survey, the number of immigrants departing Canada has increased by 31%. According to the report, racism, housing problems, economic integration, and economic prospects in other nations are factors encouraging immigrants to leave Canada. The study also discovered that most immigrants to Canada are willing to relocate to other countries if they cannot find work that fits their degrees and professional talents.