Ethnicity, Language and Immigration Thematic Series

Journals and periodicals: 89-657-X

Description:

This thematic series groups different statistical products related to ethnicity, languages, and immigration. It features analytical documents of varying scopes, such as population profiles, reference materials, data products (including tables and factsheets), among other document types.

Frequency: Occasional
Available formats: HTML, PDF
TitlesRelease dateMore Information
Study on International Money Transfers from CanadaApril 17, 2019More information
French in New Brunswick, 2001 to 2016March 25, 2019More information
French in Nova Scotia, 2001 to 2016March 25, 2019More information
French in Prince Edward Island, 2001 to 2016March 25, 2019More information
French in Newfoundland and Labrador, 2001 to 2016March 25, 2019More information
Diversity of the Black population in Canada: An overviewFebruary 27, 2019More information
Immigration and language in Canada, 2011 and 2016January 28, 2019More information
Refugees and Canadian Post-Secondary Education: Characteristics and Economic Outcomes in ComparisonNovember 14, 2018More information
Portrait of French-language workers in Atlantic Canada’s agriculture and agri-food industries, 2011July 12, 2017More information
Portrait of English-language workers in Quebec’s agriculture and agri-food industries, 2011July 12, 2017More information
Portrait of French-language workers in Ontario’s agriculture and agri-food industries, 2011July 12, 2017More information
Portrait of French-language workers in Western Canada’s agriculture and agri-food industries, 2011July 12, 2017More information
Settlement patterns and social integration of the population with an immigrant background in the Montréal, Toronto and Vancouver metropolitan areasMay 8, 2017More information
Language Projections for Canada, 2011 to 2036January 25, 2017More information
Health care professionals and official-language minorities in Canada, 2001 and 2011January 6, 2017More information
The literacy skills of New Brunswick francophones: Demographic and socioeconomic issuesSeptember 19, 2016More information