But this news, which comes within fraudulent posts aimed at obtaining money or personal information or just to attract interactions, is baseless, and the Canadian authorities have previously warned of these frauds. The image used in the post is a composite, according to AFP’s fact-finding service.
The post includes an image from Al-Jazeera Mubasher Egypt, on which he wrote in the urgent news tape, “Canadian President: Canada needs one million workers starting from 2021.” important in a range of professions.
This link leads to a blog, not an official site, which leads to another site that quickly asks to share the post in five Facebook groups to win. This reinforces the suspicion of the fraudulent nature of the post, which garnered tens of thousands of shares.
And some pages on Facebook often spread misinformation about immigration to Canada to increase its spread, obtain money or personal information, or steal user accounts.
The Canadian government had previously warned of these rumors on its official website, stressing that “no one can guarantee you a job or an entry visa to Canada,” explaining that the decision to issue a visa is only for employees of the immigration services in Canada, in Canadian embassies, and in the higher committees. and consulates.
The Canadian government also confirmed that immigration applications are not submitted through any advertising materials or links, and that its employees will never ask for money to be transferred, nor will they provide special offers for those wishing to immigrate and will not use social media or free email services to communicate.
The image used in the post is a composite. It was extracted from the last summary presented by Al-Jazeera Mubasher Egypt in 2014, and amended the text of the urgent news on the screen, adding the phrase “Canadian President: Canada needs a million workers” despite the fact that there is no President of Canada, but rather a Prime Minister.