Following up on a special immigration program that favors Jamaicans, Canada announced that it has recently voted to legalize marijuana:
In the three-and-a-half years since Canada introduced its Express Entry immigration application system, close to 1,500 Jamaicans have left the island’s shores for that North American country, with the number expected to increase in the face of subsequent changes to the qualifying criteria.
The Government’s immigration department, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), told the Jamaica Observer that 1,470 Jamaicans became permanent residents under Express Entry from January 2015, when it was launched, to May 2018.
The figure is just shy of one per cent of the global total for the same period — a sum of 155,000.
Canada describes Express Entry as its flagship application management system for key economic immigration programmes — the Federal Skilled Worker, the Federal Skilled Trades, and the Canadian Experience Class programmes, as well as a portion of the Provincial Nominee programme. It evaluates candidates’ suitability for immigration according to their potential to contribute to the Canadian economy, and awards points for criteria such as level of education attained, proficiency in either English or French, or both, and a previous job offer. Scores are awarded and candidates ranked against each other in the pool of entrants at the time they are invited to apply.
Meanwhile, there is also this report:
Recreational marijuana use will soon be legal in Canada after the Senate passed a “historic” bill on Tuesday with a vote of 52-29.
Canada is only the second country in the world — and the first G7 nation — to implement legislation to permit a nationwide marijuana market. In the neighboring US, nine states and the District of Columbia now allow for recreational marijuana use, and 30 allow for medical use.
Bill C-45, otherwise known as the Cannabis Act, stems from a campaign pledge of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to keep marijuana away from underage users and reduce related crime.
The act to legalize the recreational use of weed was first introduced on April 13, 2017, and was later passed at the House of Commons in November. The Senate passage of the bill was the final hurdle in the process.
Canada, under uber-liberal Justin Trudeau, seems to be outdoing itself as it transforms into a Marxist playground for the Third World. Formerly lily-White Canada, which ranked among the safest and most prosperous country in the world, has now decided that it doesn’t have enough vibrant rape, drug use, and murder, so they’ve green-lighted virtual open immigration from crime-ridden Jamaica. What’s next? Handing out marijuana to these new Jamaican-Canadians as they pass through Customs to make them feel right at home?
As violent crime in Jamaica has risen, tourism from Canada has dropped, so the way to resolve this problem is just bring the Jamaicans to Canada. If Canada takes Jamaica’s criminals, the crime rate in Jamaica will go down –simple math really. And Canada is so large, no one will hardly notice a few thousand extra rapists and murderers spread out over their vast landscape. Just keep the beer flowing and the pucks dropping and those lily-White Canadians won’t complain.