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"Economic immigration adjustments" refer to changes, modifications, or updates made to Canada's immigration policies and programs.

Possible adjustments could involve changes to eligibility criteria, creating new immigration pathways, revising targets and priorities, etc.

Canada's ambitious immigration targets aim to welcome over 400,000 immigrants annually, significantly economic-class immigrants.

Continued emphasis on attracting skilled workers, particularly those in high-demand fields such as healthcare, technology, and trades.

Updates to Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) to align with regional labour market needs and priorities.

Exploration of remote work policies to allow skilled workers to live and work in Canada, even if their employer is based abroad.

Efforts to streamline immigration processes, reduce processing times, and enhance the overall efficiency of the immigration system.

Improve the Startup Visa Program to attract more innovative entrepreneurs and startup founders to Canada.

Initiatives to attract and retain skilled workers in the technology sector through dedicated immigration pathways and programs.

All these adjustments aim to enhance Canada's economic immigration system and support the country's economic growth on the global stage.