The federal government has created a special task force to deal with the large delays in immigration applications and passport processing that are frustrating Canadians.
In a statement announcing the new Task Force, Prime Minister Justint Ludow knew that delays were unacceptable to the federal government and to improve service delivery in an efficient and timely manner. He said he would continue to do as much as he could.
Trudeau said the new task force will help guide the government to better respond to the changing needs of Canadians and continue to provide the high quality services they need and deserve. Stated.
Ten ministers will lead the new committee to consider how to deliver services and identify gaps and areas for improvement.
The Commission may make recommendations outlining short-term and long-term solutions that reduce latency, clear backlogs, and improve the overall quality of services provided. Expected.
In addition, the Task Force monitors external issues that contribute to domestic and international travel delays, such as labor shortages around the world.
This report by Canadian Press was first published on June 25, 2022.