19th General Meeting
"The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it." - Robert Swann
G23-P028 Reduce Canada's population growth to a moderate sustainable level
Canada needs to reduce population growth to modest levels (i.e., cut immigration, Temporary Foreign Workers & foreign students, refugees are separate).
Canada’s population growth has been the highest in the G7 (double the US rate in 2019) because Canada drastically increased immigration after 2015, likely to meet the goal of 100 million in 2100, based on the corporate funded Century Initiative. This is not environmentally or economically sustainable.
Canada's population should only grow by the minimum or modest amount necessary to meet our demographic and economic needs (under 0.5%).
Submitter: Brian Graff
Sponsors: Colin Griffiths, Darcy Holden, Bill Henry, Ian Thomas Shaw, Brian Graff, Keith Falconer, Evan Bonnar, Heather Adams, Alec Adams, Mary Card, John DeMarco, Margaret Rogers, Jeff Christopherson, Bruce Gunn, Gilbert Vachon, Erik Schomann, Mr. Peter Scholefield, Michel Labonte, Simon Gnocchini-Messier, Ms. Celena Benndorf
Note from staff: This proposal is for consideration at the 19th Annual General Meeting. A second copy, with additional background information, is available in the Workshop to allow you to collaborate on amendments. You can access the workshop version here, which the submitter can still edit.
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