Provincial leaders in Canada recently convened to discuss immigration priorities. They pinpointed three critical areas of concern: building a strong labour force, improving healthcare, and addressing housing needs. The Premiers also called on the Federal Government to support their efforts in addressing skills gaps via immigration and to increase the role of provinces and territories in the Temporary Foreign Worker Program. They are also advocating for agreements similar to the Canada-Quebec Accord to be established with the provinces, giving them complete control over their immigration levels and the selection of all economic immigrants.