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Canadian Journal of Urban Research

The Economics of Immigration and Canada's Cities

In: Immigration > Immigrant and Refugee
Author: CIC & Dept. of Canadian Heritage
Language(s): English
Format: Book, 196; Library code: H2-12, Available copies: 1
Published: 2004
Tags: Immigration, Economics, Employment, Canada

Concentration of immigrants/provide economic benefits?

In: Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship
Author: Our Diverse Cities Spring 2004: Chantel Goyette
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 136-138; Library code: J3-16, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2004 Number 1
Tags: Immigration, Economics, Settlement, Canada

Research suggests that when immigrants choose where to settle, economic prospects are less important than originally assumed

Human Values and Beliefs

A Cross-Cultural Sourcebook

In: Religion and Multiculturalism > World Culture
Author: Inglehart, R, Basanez, M, and Moreno, A.
Language(s): English
Format: Book; Library code: I1-38, Available copies: 1
Published: 2008
Tags: cultural attitudes, survey data, World Values Survey, politics, economics, religion, family life, and gender roles

Publishes for the first time the findings of the World Values Survey - conducted in over 40 countries during 1990-93. Questions cover politics, economics, religion, family life, and gender roles, and distinguishes responses by age, gender, economic standing, and education.

Inclusion & Innovation in the Twin Cities

In: Diversity, Human Rights and Racism > Diversity
Author: Diversity Inc February 2010: Gail Zoppo
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 68-78; Library code: J3-1, Available copies: 1
Published: February 2010
Tags: Diversity, Multiculturalism, America, Economics, Inclusion, Innovation

Bill Wells teams up with the Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce to begin offering other Black, Latino, American Indian and Asian professionals monthly orientation sessions: helps them become established in the area

Malaysia, Capitalist Modernity & Post-Ethnicity

In: Diversity, Human Rights and Racism > Multiculturalism
Author: Canadian Diversity Winter 2005: Steve Fenton
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 43-45; Library code: J3-15, Available copies: 3
Published: Winter 2005 Volume 4:1
Tags: Malaysia, Multiculturalism, Ethnicity, Culture, Politics, Economics

This article makes the case against a clear link between ethnicity and culture

Role of Universities in the Economic Development of Canada

A Focus on Immigration

In: Education > Multicultural
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2006: Lebrun & Rebelo
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 134-139; Library code: J3-17, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2006 Number 2
Tags: Education, University, Immigration, Canada, Economics, Statistics

Focusing on universities and immigration in Canada

The Face of the New West

An Emerging Identity Crisis in Stampede City

In: Business, Employment and Finance > Budget and Banking
Author: Our Diverse Cities Spring 2009: Derek Cook
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 71-75; Library code: J3-21, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2009 Number 6
Tags: Identity, Calgary, Canada, Immigrants, Minority, Economics

According to a Calgary survey, recent immigrants and visible minority persons face significantly greater economic challenges than the rest of the population

Variations in Socioeconomic Outcomes of Second Generation

Young Adults

In: Education > Math and Science
Author: Canadian Diversity Spring 2008: Monica Boyd
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 20-24; Library code: J3-14, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2008 Volum 6:2
Tags: Education, Employment, Canada, Economics, Generation, Second-Generation, Research, Statistics, Adult

Educational and labour market profiles are constructed from the 2001 Census of Canada for the second generation youth ages 20-29