Canada’s immigration system recruits the overwhelming majority of its immigrants to the country through economic pathways. Still, many highly educated and skilled economic immigrants struggle to find decent jobs and many end up working in…View More Research Watch #10: Entrepreneurship for Survival
Members of visible-minority groups have a stronger sense of loyalty to federal government than provincial government, reports a new study from the Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP). This is particularly true of first-generation…View More Research Watch #8: The Same Canada?
Several observers have noted that immigration is, generally, a non-partisan issue in Canada. That probably explains why it’s not a topic of debate during this current federal election campaign. But, it’s safe to say that…View More Research Watch #7: Enclaves and Earnings
With the federal election approaching, it seems a fitting time to gauge the pulse of the Canadian public to find out where it stands on issues of immigration and multiculturalism. It’s also an opportune time…View More Research Watch 6: Complex Realities for Multiculturalism and Identity
The government’s controversial anti-terrorism legislation, C-51, will be among the topics studied by the United Nations this week as part of a periodic review of how well Canada is upholding its international human rights obligations.…View More C-51 Among Topics UN Human Rights Committee Considering This Week