Arrivée d’immigrants en l’an 2000

CIC News
Published: April 1, 2001

Le tableau suivant représente le nombre total d'immigrants et de réfugiés qui sont arrivés au Canada en l'an 2000. Le total est divisé selon les diverses classes économiques et selon les différents individus appartenants à la catégorie de la famille.

Immigration Arrivals, 2000
Immigrants                                   2000 Plan                          Actual

Skilled Workers                               100,500 - 113,300            118,307
Business                                         15,000 - 16,000                13,645
Provincial/Territorial Nominees        1,400                                 1,249
Total Economic                                116,900 - 130,700             133,201
Spouses, Fiancés and Children       42,000 - 45,000                 42,702
Parents and Grandparents             15,000 - 16,000                 17,724
Total Family                                     57,000 - 61,000                 60,426
Other*                                            4,000                                  3,244
Total Immigrants                            177,900 - 195,700              196,871  

Includes Live-in Caregivers and Special Categories.

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