The cost per Refugee varies in Canada depending on the resettlement programs and individuals' needs.

The Canadian government allocates various kinds of funds and support services for resettlement refugees, including housing, language training, and health care services.

The cost of programs depends on the number of refugees admitted each year and the geographical regions where they come from.

The aim of the Canadian Resettlement Act is to provide the necessary support to integrate successfully into Canadian society.

The Resettlement Assistance Program (RAP) helps refugees fulfill their basic needs, such as housing and orientation.

The federal government's funding for the resettlement programs of refugees and contributions from provincial and municipal levels.

Community organizations and volunteers are essential in assisting refugees, reducing overall costs.

The approach to Canadian refugee resettlement emphasizes integration and long-term self-sufficiency.

The cost in Canada per Refugee may also include language and job training programs to help them find jobs.

The government of Canada reviews and adjusts its resettlement policies and funding periodically according to needs.

Accountability and Transparency in cost allocation ensure efficient and effective use of resources in supporting refugees.