Chinese passports and stamps seized by Canadian border agents as part of an investigation into an immigration fraud scheme in Vancouver in 2015. Photo: Canada Border Services AgencyChinese passports and stamps seized by Canadian border agents as part of an investigation into an immigration fraud scheme in Vancouver in 2015. Photo: Canada Border Services Agency
Chinese passports and stamps seized by Canadian border agents as part of an investigation into an immigration fraud scheme in Vancouver in 2015. Photo: Canada Border Services Agency

Revive millionaire migration to cure Canada’s coronavirus economic woes, say advocates

  • Chinese-dominated investor migration schemes were terminated or paused amid heavy criticism, but supporters are lobbying for their resurrection
  • The Investment Industry Association of Canada wants the federal investor programme restarted, but a professor who studied it called it a ‘dismal failure’
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Chinese passports and stamps seized by Canadian border agents as part of an investigation into an immigration fraud scheme in Vancouver in 2015. Photo: Canada Border Services AgencyChinese passports and stamps seized by Canadian border agents as part of an investigation into an immigration fraud scheme in Vancouver in 2015. Photo: Canada Border Services Agency
Chinese passports and stamps seized by Canadian border agents as part of an investigation into an immigration fraud scheme in Vancouver in 2015. Photo: Canada Border Services Agency
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