David Cohen’s Blog: Charles Darwin on Canadian Immigration

CIC News
Published: January 1, 2007

Some 150 years ago Charles Darwin coined the term "natural selection" in his book entitled "The Origin of Species".

Simply put, the theory of natural selection can be described as a biological process, by which individual organisms with favorable traits (characteristics) are more likely to survive and reproduce (succeed) than those with unfavorable traits.

While some creationists argue that "intelligent cause" offers a better explanation for who we have become, there can be little doubt that Darwin's theory holds true for the Canadian immigration process.

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