America is one of the countries where people migrate to. The American Dream. The American Dream. Fulfill your dreams in America. But what about Canada?
Canada is slowly becoming a popular country for migration. Countries around the world have closed their borders to migrants fleeing war, poverty, and natural disasters. But Canada is still accessible.
To get a citizenship, and to migrate to Canada, one has to have a minimum level of work experience, and settlement funds. Without a pre-arranged employment, people need $10,000CDN per person, and $2,000 more for every other person migrating with you.
With that in mind, this documentary takes a look at the journey families from Africa, Nepal, Cuba, and Haiti to Canada.
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