Canada Considers Capping International Students to Tackle Housing Crisis


Immigration Minister Marc Miller announced Canada's consideration of capping international students, citing their impact on housing shortages and job markets. This potential policy shift sparks debate about managing immigration while attracting skilled talent.

In response to Canada’s escalating housing crisis and unemployment concerns, Immigration Minister Marc Miller announced the government’s consideration of capping the number of international students residing in the country.

This move signals a potential shift in Canada’s immigration policy, previously known for its welcoming approach to foreign students.

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