u got nothing to worry about. canada is the only country with high immigration rates that doesn't have this conditional pr legislation. In fact we have the highest refugee claims of any country and that is being abused at higher percentage rate than marriage scams. Hence refugee claim legislation was the first one to see the new amendments. Did you know the day a person files for refugee their healthcare and some social assistant programs kick in from that day (in some provinces a PR has to wait 3 months to get their healthcare coverage started), lot of people are using this to get "free" healthcare and it takes years for refugee claim to be assessed and evaluated. but the new legislation fixes these hole
Countries like UK and australia had conditional PR for years. when this comes into effect here it won't cripple you in anyway, you will have access to everything including healthcare and ability to work. only thing this legislation will do is give gov't ability to deport abuser and scammers of the PR system. Currently gov't can't do anything about it.
With the current system one of the biggest issues is financial burden on the sponsor, eg is the sponsored person leaves his/her marriage within weeks or months, the sponsor is still liable for them for next 3 years. So if the sponsored person goes on any social assistant of any kind than the sponsor has to reimburse the gov't and to make the sponsor pay, gov't has to seek a legal order which in turns costs money which taxpayers like us have to pay for it. these marriage scams are costing our country billions of dollars every year.
The biggest thing in this legislation is that it won't impact genuine cases. Those couple can carry on living a normal life as if their spouse has “regular” PR. Sadly within our own community there is lot of misinformation and those desi papers aren't helping the cause either.
My cousin told me like "maybe it can be a problem, find out"... I guess she doesn't know much about it...