Immigration In Canada:<br /><br /><br />Hamad al-Rabban<br />Grade 9c<br />Mrs. Korbatits<br />27th / Jan / 2010<br />
What is Immigration:<br />Immigrants are the people who leave a new country to live in another country. It is  the act of ...
General Cause Of Immigration:<br />The most common reason of this cause represents both pull and push factor.<br />- Pull ...
Examples of causes to Immigrate:<br />Push Factor: <br /><ul><li>Lack of Jobs
Political Restrictions
Religious Restrictions
Low Industries</li></ul>Pull Factor:<br /><ul><li>Better job opportunities
Natural Resources
Medical care
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5



Published on

Immigration In canada

Published in: Business
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide


  1. 1. Immigration In Canada:<br /><br /><br />Hamad al-Rabban<br />Grade 9c<br />Mrs. Korbatits<br />27th / Jan / 2010<br />
  2. 2. What is Immigration:<br />Immigrants are the people who leave a new country to live in another country. It is the act of the transferring or moving into an another country or region either for the time being or permanently. <br />An immigrant is someone who decides to live in that specific location permanently, and not for the purpose of a visit or a traveler.<br />Immigration is the process of the arrivals of new individuals into an environment or a population. <br />
  3. 3. General Cause Of Immigration:<br />The most common reason of this cause represents both pull and push factor.<br />- Pull factor: Attracts people to a new location. E.g. better job opportunities.<br /> - Push factor: Causes people to leave a location. E.g. loss of employment.<br />- People tend to continue living in area’s that are favorable for settlement, and some prefer for job opportunities.<br />
  4. 4. Examples of causes to Immigrate:<br />Push Factor: <br /><ul><li>Lack of Jobs
  5. 5. Economic
  6. 6. Education
  7. 7. Starvation
  8. 8. Poverty
  9. 9. War
  10. 10. Political Restrictions
  11. 11. Religious Restrictions
  12. 12. Low Industries</li></ul>Pull Factor:<br /><ul><li>Better job opportunities
  13. 13. Refuges
  14. 14. Migration
  15. 15. Natural Resources
  16. 16. Medical care
  17. 17. Tourism
  18. 18. Family Members
  19. 19. Affordable Housing
  20. 20. Available land farming</li></li></ul><li>Location of Canada<br />Canada is a country occupy&apos;s most of northern North America. It is the world&apos;s second largest country by total area and it shares border with the Northern region of the United States. <br />Northern North America, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean on the east, North Pacific Ocean on the west, and the Arctic Ocean on the north<br />
  21. 21. Immigration In Canada:<br />Canada represents the highest per capita’s rate in the world. In the latest recordings which was during 2010, the possible rate is aimed to be between 240,000 – 265,000. In 2001, 250,640 people have immigrated to Canada from all out of the world. Those arrival’s settle mostly in area’s of:<br />- Toronto.<br />- Vancouver.<br />- Montreal.<br /> Since the 1990’s, most of the immigrants were arrived from Asia.<br />
  22. 22. Immigration Rate In Canada<br />The total population of 30,007,094 people, Immigration represents 0.834% population. Since 2001, immigration was soon rising effectively during those years. According to a program settled in Canada, at October 2004, Canada became the highest per capita Immigrants rate in the world.<br />
  23. 23. Percentages Of Immigrants In Canada <br />visible minorities:<br />- South Asian (4.0%).<br />- Chinese (3.9%).<br />- Black (2.5%).<br /><ul><li>Filipino (1.1%). </li></ul>invisible minorities:<br /><ul><li> Irish ( 13.94%).
  24. 24. German (10.18%)
  25. 25. Italian (4.63%) </li></ul>- Ukrainian (3.87%) <br />- Dutch (3.87%) <br />- Polish (3.15%)<br />Other Minorities: Russian (1.60%), Norwegian (1.38%), Portuguese (1.32%), and Swedish (1.07%).<br />
  26. 26. Social Impacts:<br />The social impact would be to the origin Canadian’s themselves. After, hiring people from outside as immigrants, the job opportunities would decrease which might possibly affect those people to attend those available jobs in the future. Also, this might have disturbed some of the citizen’s of Canada, some actually prevented those people from immigrating because of the high levels of immigrants., but the government seems to accept and welcome those people and support them as well as they support the government.<br />
  27. 27. Economical Impacts:<br />The economical impact became an important heading in Canada. Throughout its history Canada has depended on a large group of immigrants for its economic success. While the immigration rate has increased effectively from the early 20th century, Canada still welcomes more immigrants per capita than any other major country. The per capita immigration rate to Canada has been usually constant since the 1950s, and during these years, their was a slight of increase in the education and skill level of immigrants to Canada.<br />
  28. 28. Political Impacts:<br />After the high level of Immigrants, Canada is still accepting the transfer of many immigrants. But, still Immigrants in Canada, they some times gets bullied by Canadian’s and spreading rumors that he isn&apos;t an origin Canadian, he&apos;s just here for help from us. But after all this affected some Canadians the purpose and intentions of welcoming more and more immigrants to their own lands, because some of them are denying and declining those reactions and should stop them as soon as possible.<br />
  29. 29. Environmental Impacts: <br />The current high rate of immigration into Canada has unpleasant environmental impacts upon Canada, and upon the world as a whole. We figured and discovered that Canada have the largest population including Immigrants more than any country in the world.<br />If they want more job and business involvements in this country to help pull them out of this depression, more immigration is a great way to get there. But, the issue is creating environmental pressure to block immigration from entering their country.<br />
  30. 30. Solutions<br />To stop those immigrants from entering Canada, their should actually be boundaries to the level of people that are immigrating to Canada, but some say “Those immigrants were supportive and they actually were represented as a succeed to their society and community, since they were aiming and trying effectively to have opportunities to be hired, to support their family. And try to simply support the people surrounding them. They were more effective than some, they are our desired people”.<br />
  31. 31. Conclusion:<br />After all, Immigration was both Disadvantage and Advantage to Canada. Their should be limits for the immigrants that are always welcomed in Canada since they represent the highest per capita for immigration in the world, and still accepting immigrants to be welcomed and live in Canada. This was certainly a positive reactions from the Canadian government to support their own environment, society, community and to support many other locations around the world. To give people a chance, opportunities, freedom!<br />
  32. 32. Bibliography:<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
  33. 33. Thank You For Watching!<br />THE  END ! <br />Hope You Enjoyed it!<br />