Trudeau's immigration promise VS reality

Justin Trudeau said he would raise immigration to 340,000 people a year. But Statscan says Trudeau let in 200,000 migrants in a three-month period!

You know what I know, what everyone knows, especially the government that constantly polls: Canadians want less immigration. Every single poll shows that. Every province believes that. Both genders, all age groups, every party. 

But here’s my news. And it comes from Statistics Canada:

“Canada's population increased by 208,234 from July 1 to October 1, 2019, driven mainly by an influx of immigrants and non-permanent residents. This was the first time that Canada's population increased by more than 200,000 in a single quarter.”

Hang on. 208,234 people — in a quarter? As in a quarter of a year — just 90 days. But Trudeau said we’d have only 340,000 new immigrants in a whole year.

Look, if you’re in the construction business, this is great. If you were born and raised here, it's not.

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