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"We" & "The Others"

Cultural Identity Among Latin Americans in Rural NB

In: Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Long & Amaya
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 155-160; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: New Brunswick, Canada, Latin, Latino, Settlement, Immigration Community, Research, Statistics, Rural

This article is based on a survey that explored the experiences and perceptions of Latin American newcomers in Florenceville, New Brunswick

Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Rural Canada

Its Relationship to Immigration

In: Immigration > Statistics
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Reimer & Burns & Gareau
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 30-35; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Diversity, Ethnic, Cultural, Rural, Canada, Immigration, Statistics

Statistics on Immigration and Rural Canada

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

Immigrants to Rural Canada

In: Immigration > Immigrant and Refugee
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Bollman, et al
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 9-15; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Canada, Rural, Immigrants, Minorities, Statistics

In this paper, the demographic structures and trends of the immigrant population, especially minorities, are reviewed in the context of the overall demographic features of rural Canada

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

Jodo Shin-shu Buddhism in Southern Alberta

In: Religion and Multiculturalism > Canada
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: John Harding
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 140-144; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Religion, Rural, Canada, Alberta, Immigration, Buddhism, Japanese

Jodo Shin-shu Buddhism came to rural Alberta in the wake of immigration patterns rather than as the result of any missionary impulse

Promoting the Presence of Visible Minority Groups

In: Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Meyer Burstein
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 42-46; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Minorities, Canada, Settlement, Rural

Comments on various lessons that have emerged in recent years from policies and practices at attracting visible minorities

Recent Trends in Rural-Urban Migration

In: Immigration > Statistics
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Clemenson & Pitblado
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 25-29; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Canada, Statistics, Migration, Rural, Urban, Immigrants

This article examines trends in migration into and out of rural small town Canada from 1971-2001

Reflections on the Rural Immigration Experience in Manitoba

In: Immigration > Immigrant and Refugee
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Silvius & Annis
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 126-133; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Immigration, Manitoba, Canada, History, Settlement, Rural

Immigration clearly remains a crucial issue for rural Canada in general and the rural West in particular

Rural Immigration in the Prairies: Knowledge Gaps

In: Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Marianne Sorensen
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 121-125; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Immigrants, Canada, Rural, Settlement, Prairies

A small and diminishing share of immigrants choose to reside in rural Canada

The challenges of immigration as a rural repopulation

In: Immigration > Statistics
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: David Bruce
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 90-96; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Immigration, Immigrants, Maritime, Canada, Rural, Statistics

Statistics show that those parts of the region that are most isolated and that have smaller numbers of existing immigrants are also less likely to be a destination of choice for recent immigrants

Transnational Migrant Women in Rural Canada

In: Women > Immigrant and Refugee
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Kerry Preibisch
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 184-188; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Migrant, Women, Rural, Canada, Employment, Worker, Gender, Agriculture, Immigrant

In this article, the author explores the experience of women, as foreign agricultural workers in rural Canada and the role of gender

What a Difference Citizenship Makes!

Migrant Workers in Rural Ontario

In: Citizenship > Canada
Author: Our Diverse Cities Fall 2007: Harald Bauder
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 95-98; Library code: J3-19, Available copies: 2
Published: Fall 2007 Number 4
Tags: Work, Employment, Canada, Foreign, Citizenship, Rural, Ontario, Immigrant

Formal citizenship is the distinguishing factor that renders foreign workers more vulnerable and exploitable than Canadian workers

Where Does the Sun Set?

Can Technology Help Meet Settlement Needs in Rural NS?

In: Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Mills & Legault
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 150-154; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Nova Scotia, Halifax, Rural, Urban, Canada, Immigration, Settlement, Technology, Newcomers

The Nova Scotia Immigration Strategy is targeting the settling of newcomers outside the urban centre of Halifax Regional Municipality