In this document, IRCC provides an overview of the immigration landscape leading up to their 2024 national Call for Proposals (which should be coming out in November I'm hearing). You can see the full document below, which is from their recent National Settlement and Integration Council meeting held in Ottawa.
If, like me, you're curious about what the agenda was at that meeting and what was discussed, you're not alone! In typical fashion, it seems unless you were there you won't see the agenda, minutes, or documents discussed. Access to this document was provided in a recent newsletter, hopefully more to come, but don't hold your breath. I'll share whatever I come across.
Interestingly, the document references the IRCC Newcomer Outcomes Surveys from 2020, 2021, and 2022. As far as I can tell the results of none of these surveys have been made public in any meaningful way. The 2021 Settlement Outcomes Highlights Report appears to references Newcomer Outcomes Surveys from 2018 and 2019. That means we're missing literally years of useful information that IRCC has collected on Newcomers but not shared, which is ridiculous and irresponsible. (/rant)
According to the presentation the document "Provides an overview of the immigration landscape leading up to CFP 2024
It also "Outlines evidence that informed program changes to the Settlement and Resettlement Assistance Programs as part of CFP 2024, including:
It's interesting reading. Enjoy: