In 2021, a total of 100,797 people moved to the state, according to Statistics Canada year-end data.
Last year, British Columbia saw more than 100,000 net migrations. This is the highest total in 60 years.
According to Statistics Canada year-end data, the net total number of people who moved to the state in 2021 was 100,797, the annual total since 1961. Aggregate the number of people who have moved here from other parts of Canada or other countries minus those who have left.
Prime Minister John Horgan touted this number as a solution to British Columbia’s labor shortage. This number is expected to be about 1 million jobs over the next 10 years.
“People know that by investing in people, they are building a stronger state where families can build a safe and secure future,” Hogan said in a statement. Comes to British Columbia in large numbers. ” “We welcome these newcomers with open arms and are determined to provide the services and housing that British Columbia people need to support this record growth.”
About one-third (33,656) of the people who came to BC last year arrived from other states or territories. This is the most domestic migration to the state since 1994 and the highest in Canada in 2021.
“Building a BC that attracts a record number of new entrants is an important part of our job to tackle the labor shortage,” said Jobs Minister Rabbi Carlon. Our care economy. “
The remaining 67,141 come from abroad, the second highest international immigration rate ever.
The state nominee program introduced last month makes it easier for migrants with international training in health or childcare to transfer their qualifications to work at BC.
The Ministry of Employment and Economic Recovery and Innovation states that BC is leading Canada’s economic recovery from a pandemic, with 84,000 people working in the state since before COVID-19. This is a 103.2% employment recovery rate.
More than 100,000 people moved to BC in 2021 – most since 1961
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