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Canada fact of the day

Canada’s foreign-born population is more educated than that of any other country on earth. Immigrants to Canada work harder, create more businesses and typically use fewer welfare dollars than do their native-born compatriots. Here is the full NYT piece by Jonathan Tepperman. The post Canada fact of the day appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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