Orleans is blessed to have such a rich and vibrant community of new Canadians and Canadians of all backgrounds. That vibrancy is what makes Orléans, such a special place, and for that, we are all better off. With baby boomers retiring, we will need the world's best and brightest to choose Canada. Immigration, done right, is good for the economy, good for jobs, and suitable for the people who have chosen to come to Canada, which is why we have committed to setting immigration levels consistent with what is in Canada’s best interests. That number may change every year to reflect what Canada needs, and who needs Canada. But also, help improve language training to ensure greater proficiency in English and French and newcomers’ ability to succeed economically and socially. Improve credential recognition and make it easier for new Canadians who have existing skills that meet our standards to work here. Ensure that our system prioritizes people facing persecution – focus government sponsorship on the victims of the four atrocity crimes – and restore integrity to our system by supporting the consistent application of fair rules. Work to reunite survivors of genocide who have already resettled in Canada more expeditiously. And do more to promote private sponsorships of refugees, through the current refugee sponsorship program.