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What lessons can local government learn from Canada’s community-driven immigration programmes?

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What can we learn from Canada’s migration programmes? Having been highlighted as one of the most welcoming countries in the world, they have used a range of approaches, including helping people settle rural and remote areas and and an intriguing municipal nomination scheme to ‘make it easier for communities to welcome the workers they need most’.

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