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Your search for resources in Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship tagged with Community returned 8 results.

Ambiguities in Diversity Management

Delivery of Sports and Recreation Services

In: Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship
Author: Our Diverse Cities Spring 2004: Cecile Poirier
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 160-161; Library code: J3-16, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2004 Number 1
Tags: Immigration, Canada, Sport, Recreation, Community

Offering needs and services to immigrant communities to raise awareness

Between Obligation and Refusal

Thoughts on a Process of Inclusion & Role of Municipalities

In: Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship
Author: Our Diverse Cities Spring 2004: John Richardson
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 172-173; Library code: J3-16, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2004 Number 1
Tags: Immigration, Community, Inclusion

By making a place for community interests to share responsibility for developing and providing service, the municipality can facilitate the process of inclusion

Diversity and Access

Addressing Newcomer's Needs in the City of Vancouver

In: Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship
Author: Our Diverse Cities Spring 2004: Baldwin Wong
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 158-159; Library code: J3-16, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2004 Number 1
Tags: Immigration, Newcomers, Vancouver, Canada, Community, Diversity

Making a community more diverse

Helping Immigrants Become Established in the Regions

A Challenge for the Entire Community

In: Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship
Author: Our Diverse Cities Spring 2008: Manuel & Lara
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 17-21; Library code: J3-20, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2008 Number 5
Tags: Rural, Canada, Statistics, Immigrants, Community, Settlement

The 2007 Census confirms that the population is declining in rural Canada and that immigration is a key means of countering that trend

Immigration to Rural Communities

A Distinctive & Distinctly Promising Phenomenon

In: Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Ouattara & Tranchant
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 97-103; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Rural, Urban, French, Francophone, Immigrants, Migrate, Community

There appears to be a pattern among Francophone immigrants over the past few years to migrate to French-speaking rural communities rather than urban centres

Immigration to Smaller Communities in Saskatchewan

In: Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Josephy Garcea
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 134-139; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Immigration, Settlement, Saskatchewan, Canada, Community

This article addresses the following two important questions related to immigration to smaller communities in Saskatchewan

Planning for Immigration to the Prairies

A Community Practitioner's Experience

In: Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship
Author: Our Diverse Cities Spring 2009: Kim Shukla
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 50-53; Library code: J3-21, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2009 Number 6
Tags: Immigration, Prairies, Community, population, Canada

Using immigration to increase population growth

When Immigrants are the Minority within the Minority

Openness & Identity Inclusion in Francophone Communities

In: Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Nicole Gallant
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 85-89; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Acadian, Francophone, Minority, Immigrants, Community

This article shows that Francophone populations in minority communities are generally favourable to immigration, but that some people believe that immigrants should not be allowed to call themselves Acadian or Fransaskois