The PC Party believes that every new Canadian should have a chance to work andprosper in the province of Ontario. That’s Ontario’s tradition and that’s how Ontario was built, PC Leader Tim Hudak said.
“For me, it’s about jobs,” Hudak said. “Prospective immigrants who want to start a business here or find a good job need to know we’re on their side. This means creating an environment that will put Ontario back to work. We can do this by investing in world-leading infrastructure like new subway lines for Toronto and reducing the absurd paperwork burden that ties up businesses,” Hudak added.
Hudak said “we must attract skilled immigrants to our province again. This is how we set Ontario up for future economic success”. To help new Canadians build better lives for themselves in Ontario, An Agenda for Growth details a series of bold proposals including:
Pro-Growth Approach Toward Immigration:
- Maximize programs like the Provincial Nominee Program and Canadian Experience Class Program to attract job-ready immigrants ready to work hard and contribute to economic growth.
- Propose that every international student who earns a degree in Ontario the chance to earn permanent residency.