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Online catalogue Main page Executive summary Previous issues More information Report in PDF format Immigrants in Canada's Census Metropolitan Areas

Immigrants in Canada's Census Metropolitan Areas

By Grant Schellenberg

This report is the third of a series that develops statistical measures to shed light on issues of importance for Canada's largest urban areas. Statistics Canada has worked on this project in collaboration with the Cities Secretariat of the Privy Council Office.

This report paints a statistical picture of immigrants in Canada's metropolitan areas. It does so by examining the settlement patterns of recent immigrants across metropolitan areas as well as settlement patterns within those areas. Information on the characteristics of recent immigrants is presented, including their use of public transit, enrolment in educational institutions, and entry into home ownership. Finally, the labour market experiences of recent immigrants are documented.

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