GPersonem@il

It’s cheaper to send them to China.

Dear * * * * * *,
Some Chinese Immigrants to this country are sending their children back to China because they can not afford the cost of daycare here .
If they can not afford “daycare” we certainly do not want them to stay and need welfare to get by on do we.
The impression I get is that Canada is a bad place for immigrants to come and that if Canada would only pay more for child care, over the twenty plus billion a year presently spent and raise minimum wage then all would be well for immigrants to this country.
Apparently “Immigration Canada” is using fraud and misrepresentation in their selection of persons to this country, selecting those with high educations which they can not use and are left to “sweep floors” “drive taxi’s” and work for “minimum wage jobs” while their post secondary educations are useless to them.
Is this true ?

‘Ms. Wu, a Chinese teacher, and her husband, a computer programmer, were squeaking by on minimum-wage jobs and could not afford to pay $1,200 a month for daycare. Ms. Wu, 34, also knew she would have to return to university if she didn’t want to spend the rest of her life as an over educated, embittered immigrant, packaging groceries for $7 an hour.
Though the separation was devastating, the couple could see no other way out. They sent their baby daughter to China to be raised by her grandmother, who was already caring for the toddler they had left behind.’

Why don’t you fix this ?.
By dropping education requirements above that of secondary level, especially since their is a labour shortage, especially skilled labour. Which most college educated persons do not qualify for nor likely would want to.
Fraud is not the way to run a country.
Get off your lazy overpaid *** and do something.
I’ve been hearing about this problem for ten years
Earn that 147, 000.00 dollars a year and justify this years twenty thousand dollar raise.
If I had a crystal ball for this new year it would tell me of some serious legal issues surrounding some of Canada’s members of parliament and their accountability to the tax payers who pay their gross salaries and watch them spend billions of tax dollars to pay for election promises that are counter to good governing, costly and/or even fraudulent.
Sincerely yours,
*
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*, Ontario, Canada

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January 3, 2007 - Posted by | Canadian Politics

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