The election outcome is the most important event in Canada's immigration system since the federal government is primarily responsible for the laws that influence it. The Constitution establishes immigration as a combined federal-provincial jurisdiction, with the federal government having final authority. In practice, while provinces and territories across Canada are very active in recruiting and settling immigrants, the federal government, namely Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), has the biggest impact on immigration policy in the country. IRCC, for example, manages national immigration levels as well as provincial allocations and processing timelines and is the country's largest contributor of settlement and integration programs.

Following each federal election, the IRCC is led by the political party that forms the government. As a result, the party in power after September 20th will have a long-term influence on the immigration system. Based on what happened during the 2015 and 2019 federal elections, the following is an overview of what to expect.

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