By Dan ReganPublished July 21, 2018 9:54:50It’s a myth that people are fleeing the Canadian capital, or that the Canadian economy is shrinking.
The opposite is true.
In fact, the number entering Canada each year is increasing, and a new report says it is because people are leaving the country.
Researchers from the University of British Columbia found that the net migration rate has declined over the past five years and that people leaving the U.S. is increasing.
That’s according to a report published this week in the journal Economics Letters.
The net migration figure, which is based on people who have left the U., U.K., Germany and Australia, is about 0.8 percent annually.
That means that since 2009, net migration in Canada has been decreasing.
The number of people leaving Canada has also declined dramatically.
In 2017, the population of Canada was about 14 million.
It’s now about 14.4 million.
In 2016, about 4.5 million people were leaving the Canadian border, and that number has fallen each year since then.
The decline in people leaving has been driven by a rise in people arriving in Canada.
The researchers found that in 2017, more people moved to the U and U. K. than to Canada.
And in 2016, the proportion of people moving to Canada in 2016 fell by more than 20 percent compared to the previous year.
The data also show that people moving from Canada to the United States and from the U to the European Union increased.
But that was mostly because of people staying in the U, leaving for other destinations, and then returning to Canada and returning to the EU.
In 2017, people from the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy all left Canada, leaving a net gain of more than 10 million people.
The number of foreign born people leaving in 2017 rose by almost 12 million to 1.5 percent of the Canadian total.
The report does not say exactly how many people were arriving in the country, but the researchers estimated that about 4 million Canadians came to Canada to work, study, live and raise families.
They estimated that 3 million of them were from the European Economic Area and another 2 million were from other countries, including China.
The study’s authors said that while there is some room for improvement in the migration data, it shows that Canada is doing a good job of attracting and retaining people from abroad.
They said Canada’s economy has been growing, and immigration to Canada has had a positive effect on the economy overall.
The authors say that the study should serve as a wake-up call for Canada to do better with attracting and maintaining its citizens.