As you know, we need immigrants and vice versa. We need them, and we want them to come. For the past six years—I could even go back 31 years—the system hasn't worked. We all know this. According to the CBC investigation:
The council that oversees thousands of immigration consultants in Canada is in the midst of what many describe as a crisis, beset by resignations, infighting and harsh criticism from lawmakers and lawyers.
This is how Jennifer Bourque replied to CBC:
The department is following this issue carefully. We remain confident that the ICCRC will resolve any internal issues. The department is in regular contact with the ICCRC and there are reporting requirements that the ICCRC must follow. The department will continue to monitor and will provide support as necessary.
What is the department doing? What department is going to bring them back into line?
I also understand that five of the 15 directors quit in the last six months. It's like you're trying to run a company but 33% of the management quits.
With respect, how would you fix it?