How old are they?
More men or women?
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) noted a slight increase in the number of female principal applicants in all economic programs.
By 2015, the gap between men and women in the main applicant group was 10,380, a decrease of 55 percent from 2005, compared to a decrease of 22,894.
Of the resettled refugees who were admitted to Canada in 2015, 52 per cent were male and 48 per cent were female.
The proportion of claims made by men and women in Canada has remained stable over the past few years.
By 2015, 56 per cent of asylum applications in Canada were made by men and 44 per cent by women.
How qualified are the immigrants to Canada?
How do immigrants compare to the Canadians born in Canada when it comes to education level? And does it have an impact on their employment rate?
Why do they come in Canada? For economic reasons? Refuge? Family?