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Your search for resources in Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship tagged with Rural returned 6 results.

"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

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

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

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

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