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Final take home Exam POLS 2910 – Canadian Democracy in a North American context Essay Question 2. Discuss the changes in Canadian citizenship in the context of the rise of neo-liberalism. 1
However, Neo-liberalism does not in any way seek to determine the impact of immigration on the social class. It focuses also on the impacts which are particular to families on immigration and the and also on the country of origin. Ideally, the neo-liberalism aims at the ideas which are self- sufficiency, global competitiveness and also the race to the have an attraction to the best and also the brightest. A lot of emphases has been put in place on immigration and the settlement policies in Canada. There has been an increased requirement on the type of the immigrant person who is independent and poses skills or he is educated in addition to being wealthy and also who is always on and working to make a living day and night. The end result of it all is that liberalism rationalizes hence having a great deal in legitimizing the unequal citizenship rights for the immigrants including the less fortunate who are the refuges. However, there are few main points of Neo-Liberalism. These following points of neo-liberalism depicts how it has an impact on citizenship in Canada, the points lay out why the changes have been on the forefront to even deny some immigrant the citizenship of Canada. First one is; The market rule. This rule is defined as making the enterprise or even the private sector free from the bonds which are mainly imposed by the government or literally the state without considering what is social damage that might be caused and to what extent. The openness that 2
has been extended to the international trade and the investment will reduce

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