Shifting trends in Canada's immigration identity

As government consultations on future directions for Canadian immigration policy continue into the fall, it is important for Canadians to give serious thought to what kind of country of immigration Canada has become, and what they would want it to be.

Christopher G. Anderson
Published: Wednesday, 09/28/2011 12:00 am EDT

As government consultations on future directions for Canadian immigration policy continue into the fall, it is important for Canadians to give serious thought to what kind of country of immigration Canada has become, and what they would want it to be.

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