With the commitment of bringing 500,000 new permanent residents to Canada by 2025 in mind, Budget 2023 has allocated $1.6 billion over six years and an additional $315 million ongoing. Moreover, Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will benefit from an extra budget of $50 million to reduce immigration backlogs. To create a “stronger immigration system,” the Government of Canada has defined four key objectives: Francophone immigration, citizenship and visitor visa applicants, and asylum seekers. Canada is anticipating welcoming unprecedented numbers of immigrants over the following three years. Labour shortages are an integral factor in encouraging large-scale immigration into the country.