Sask. immigration draws based primarily on European countries of origin could be ‘problematic’ says Multicult grifter

Saskatchewan’s shift to drawing immigrants from specific, mostly-European nations, could be “problematic,” according to the head of an organization that works with newcomers to the province.

On Aug. 16, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) announced six draws for 642 applicants from eight countries – seven of which are located in Europe. Typically the program’s draws have not been targeted at specific countries and only weighed a candidate’s credentials.

“We need to make sure that we are not selecting people based on who’s already here,” said Rhonda Rosenberg, Executive Director of the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan.

“I think that this is where it could be perhaps problematic. In our communities, we value everybody’s contributions and not just those who are of European heritage.”

The minute someone says “problematic” start hurling rocks.

It will be the least problematic of all approaches that’s how they designed it.


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