The United We Roll convoy rolled into Ottawa to protest energy policy, among other issues.
Associated Press examines his statements on Twitter and at a Cabinet meeting about immigration and other matters.
The target number would mean a 24% drop from the roughly 52,400 immigrants Quebec accepted last year.
Divisive politician plans to start his own party.
Canadian Press assesses the accuracy of Scheer’s contention. Verdict: full of baloney.
US president’s H-1B visa review bodes well for new Canadian immigration program.
The number of US-born working-age adults with US-born parents will account for a smaller share of working-age population as Boomers retire.
White House officials say permanent Canadian residents can enter the US if they have a valid documents.
PM acknowledges Canadians are not immune to anxiety fuelling anti-globalization, anti-trade, anti-immigration sentiment.
Trade and immigration could spark a US brain drain to the north.
But immigration minister says target would be costly and might not find broad national support.
Microsoft co-founder says Canada’s willingness to accept thousands of Syrian refugees is good for business.
An aging Canadian population needs more young blood to propel the economy, especially outside of big cities.
Immigration Minister to announce Canada will look at ways to expand admittance of post-secondary students.
C.D. Howe Institute cites unintended consequences of recent changes.