Canada immigration numbers dropped off in July, halting the recovery seen since the start of the coronavirus crisis.
The latest federal government figures show 13,645 new permanent residents were admitted during the month, nearly 30 percent down on the 19,180 admissions in June.
July's figures are also dramatically down on the same month of 2019 when 36,615 new permanent residents were admitted.
New 'arrivals' can either be candidates already in Canada transitioning from a temporary status, or those from overseas who were approved before March 18.
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