2 edition of Towards a more balanced geographic distribution of immigrants found in the catalog.
Towards a more balanced geographic distribution of immigrants
by Communications Branch, Citizenship and Immigration Canada in Ottawa, Ont
Written in English
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Geographic Distribution of Immigrants i TOWARDS A MORE BALANCED GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF IMMIGRANTS Introduction and Overview At the present time there is a growing interest in a more balanced geographic distribution of immigrants throughout the country. It stems from a number of developments.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada. () Towards a more balanced geographic distribution of immigrants. Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada. (ISBN o).
Clemenson, Heather A. & Pitblado, J. Roger. Recent trends in rural urban migration. In Bill Reimer (Eds.) Our Diverse Cities. 3, Summer, Cited by: 1.
Federal and provincial governments have taken a more active approach to the dispersal of immigrants outside the traditional urban magnets of MTV (Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver). A Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) report released in titled “Towards a more balanced geographic distribution of immigrants” argued that the.
more balanced geographic distribution of immigrant settlement. This interest has developed for several reasons. The increasing concentration of immigrants in Canada’s three largest cities (Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal) has challenged the capacity and rate at which these cities can accommodate for immigrant flows.
Tuberculosis is rarely transmitted from immigrants,2,4,5 and, from a global point of view, it is far more threatening to the public health if epidemics are uncontrolled than it is to take part in.
The municipal government of the province of Alberta’s capital city, Edmonton, commissioned a study in to determine how to attract more immigrants. City leaders were perplexed as to why Calgary, a city in the same province, of similar size with the same range of immigrant services, receives double Towards a more balanced geographic distribution of immigrants book number of immigrants annually.
In this paper, we describe the resulting. Two in three immigrants lived in six states in ; North Carolina, Georgia, and Arkansas were among 10 states that experienced more than percent growth of their immigrant population between and View state ranking tables.
Check out our collection of Frequently Requested Statistics on immigrants in the United States. PART III OF REPORT—GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF IMMIGRANTS (1) Between andOntario and B.C.
took a % of immigrants that exceeded their % of the Canadian o and B.C. are also the only 2 provinces to have more immigrants. 4 In the ’s and part of the ’s studies using the geographic variation of immigrants to estimate their economic effects were identified as using the “area approach.” The more competent of those studies, however, always accounted also for the skill-distribution of immigrants across area units not simply their density.
Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver have attracted most new immigrants to Canada. Small and medium-sized cities in Canada are keen to share the wealth that new immigrants represent, and federal and provincial governments support a more even distribution of settlement.
As a result, the idea of attracting new immigrants to smaller locations is a pressing policy issue. Although immigrants are more concentrated in Montréal, there is a similar distribution pattern across the immigrant and non-immigrant populations, with a concentration in these larger urban centres, while the further one moves from these centres the more the population diminishes, with the exception of Outaouais ER due to its proximity to Ottawa.
1 This is the title of a Special Study published by Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Towards a more balanced geographic distribution of immigrants.
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Inabout 58% of immigrants who had come to Canada in the previous 10 years lived in Toronto, Vancouver, and Montréal; bythis had increased to 74% (Statistics Canada ), triggering debate on the merits of a more 'balanced geographic distribution of immigrants' (Citizenship and Immigration Canada-CIC ).
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