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After attracting thousands of skilled immigrants over the last three years, Canadian tech sees another opportunity in U.S. visa changes

The Peace Arch border crossing between Canada and the United States, near Seattle and Vancouver in March 2020.
The Peace Arch border crossing between Canada and the United States, near Seattle and Vancouver in March 2020.
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With the U.S. suspending an immigration program Silicon Valley has used to attract some of the world’s top tech talent, Canadian companies are hoping to take advantage. But Canada will face stiff competition for those workers—despite the success of a skilled-worker program that has already brought thousands of immigrants north.

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