As per the latest survey conducted by Research Co., 56% of British Columbia residents in Canada view migration positively. Currently, two topics are being hugely discussed in Canada pertaining to immigration. One is the Family Reunification Program and the other is Refugees. 34% of Alberta residents disagree that hard work and talent of immigrants are beneficial to Canada. 46% of the residents of BC in Canada hold the same view. This is 7% higher than the national average of the country, as per CIC News. There are many factors that can alter how a local resident perceives immigration. However, pressures of housing and alien ownership are definitely contributing factors. 36% of Canadian residents believe that immigration has a negative effect on Canada. On the other hand, 56% support immigration and believe it to have a positive effect on the country. It is noteworthy that the majority of Canadian residents in each province view immigration positively. The biggest advocates of the same are the following: \tCanadian residents in the age group of 18 to 34 years- 55% positive and 27% negative \tQuebec residents in the age group of 18 to 34 years-52% positive and 30% negative The below groups are more doubtful of the impact of immigration: \tCanadian residents in the age group of 35 to 54 years-39% positive and 39% negative \tAlberta residents in the age group of 35 to 54 years-41% positive and 42% negative Y-Axis offers a wide range of Visa and Immigration products as well as services for aspiring overseas students including Student Visa for Canada, Work Visa for Canada, Canada Migrant Ready Professional Services for Express Entry Full Service, Canada Migrant Ready Professional Services for Express Entry P R Application, Canada Migrant Ready Professional Services for Provinces, and Education Credential Assessment. We work with Regulated Immigration Consultants in Canada. If you are looking to Study, Work, Visit, Invest or Migrate to Canada, talk to Y-Axis, the World’s No.1 Immigration & Visa Company. If you found this blog engaging, you may also like... How does Canada plan to increase immigration to its remote areas?