Immigrants

Immigration is the international movement of people to a destination country of which they are not natives or where they do not possess citizenship in order to settle as permanent residents or naturalized citizens. Commuters, tourists, and other short-term stays in a destination country do not fall under the definition of immigration or migration; seasonal labour immigration is sometimes included, however. As for economic effects, research suggests that migration is beneficial both to the receiving and sending countries. Research, with few exceptions, finds that immigration on average has positive economic effects on the native population, but is mixed as to …

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UAP: University of Alberta Press · 3 June 2024 English

Arts graduate education is uniquely positioned to deliver many of the public good needs of contemporary Canada. For the Public Good argues, however, that graduate programs must fundamentally change if …

promote interchange among cultural groups, and help immigrants to learn English or French (Wayland 1997, 47) Canada study (2022a) proj- ects that, by 2041, immigrants will comprise between 30 percent and 34 percent Canada between 2000 and 2014 became landed31 immigrants within a decade (Choi, Crossman, and Hou 2021)


AUP: Athabasca University Press · 28 May 2024 English

Reckoning with the experiences of refugees can inform epistemological and practical approaches to humanizing migrant populations before, during, and after their resettlement. Contributors explore what it means to experience dehumanization, …

the past fifteen years, the share of recent immigrants to Canada’s prairie provinces has more than doubled province of Alberta, for example, the share of new immigrants went from 6.1 percent in 2001 to 17.1 percent crucial and significant role in the lives of immigrants (see Ramakrishnan and Bloemraad 2008). Although identity” that many first- generation refugees and immigrants who grew up in Canada experience. Examples of (Yosso 2005) that can help first- generation immigrants regain pride in their cultural heritage and


CAMH: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health · 27 May 2024 English

297 info@acrossboundaries.ca Services: Employment preparation, computer training, literacy and ESL classes; leadership and advocacy training; peer-led addiction wellness and harm reduction group; alternative models of support and services, including art …

trans Black, Indigenous and people of colour), immigrants and refugees Referral: Call for appointment; community, including youth, 2SLGBTQIA+, seniors, immigrants and newcomers, permanent residents, Convention


UCP: University of Calgary Press · 23 May 2024 English

Psychologists face ethical and cultural intricacies in their work on a daily basis. Psychology graduate training and continuing education programs often focus mainly on common ethical issues and mainstream psychological …

provide a structure from which to understand immigrants’ journeys to Canada, it is the way parents and K. (2011). Common mental health problems in immigrants and refugees: General approach in primary care and benefiting from mental health services by immigrants, refugees, ethno-cultural communities, and racialized


INSPQ: Institut national de santé publique du Québec · 22 May 2024 French

La violence communautaire commise et subie par les jeunes représente un défi en matière de sécurité et de santé publique. Cette synthèse de connaissance a pour objectif d’apporter une compréhension …

la population (p. ex. racisés, autochtones et immigrants) sont confrontés à des facteurs sociaux, structurels des populations spécifiques (p. ex. les jeunes immigrants ou détenus) ont également été exclues de cette


ICP: Institute for Community Prosperity · 21 May 2024 English

I will share insights of the hard- ships faced by people who come to Canada as refugees, their sense of belonging, the experiences of Black people in dealing with racism …

traditions and finding their place in However, many immigrants in Calgary feel social and economic society, exposure unemployment rates are higher among immigrants (City of to Canadian culture through the education


MQUP: McGill-Queen's University Press · 21 May 2024 English

changing relationships between people and place, from the original Indigenous presence, through the immigrants of the nineteenth century and the Depression and war survivors of the twentieth century, to the

Winter gifted them with unemployment last-hired immigrants first to be fired a struggle to keep every $5


AFMC: The Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada · 15 May 2024 English

88 1 ABOUT THE AFMC Founded in 1943, the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC) represents Canada's 17 faculties of medicine and is the voice of academic medicine …

available 1 Includes Canadian citizens/landed immigrants who were living outside Canada at time of application available 1 Includes Canadian citizens/landed immigrants who were living outside Canada at time of application deferred 1 Includes Canadian citizens/landed immigrants who were living outside Canada at time of application deferred 1 Includes Canadian citizens/landed immigrants who were living outside Canada at time of application deferred 1 Includes Canadian citizens/landed immigrants who were living outside Canada at time of application


AFMC: The Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada · 15 May 2024 French

Frais Frais de service de demande à l’OMSAS : 220 $ Tous les candidats sont tenus de payer des frais de base de 220 $. [...] Voici la liste des …

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MQUP: McGill-Queen's University Press · 14 May 2024 English

What the World Might Look Like examines the way resilience stories have come to dominate the settler-colonial imagination and explores alternative approaches to resilience writing that instead offer decolonial models …

decolonial movements to the arrival of nonwhite immigrants on the shores of the uk, US, Canada, Australia


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