Racial Discrimination and Housing in Toronto
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This paper examines some of the various "waves" of immigration that have come to Toronto. The paper cites the relative achievement of successive immigrant groups in finding housing, and focuses on the theme of immigrant segregation in Toronto. This paper critiques the theories of Darden regarding the lingering impact of a "white supremecist" bias in Canadian culture.
From the Paper:"This paper shall examine some of the various "waves" of immigration that have populated and transformed Toronto and will focus on the theme of urban immigrant segregation. This paper will critique the theories of Darden regarding the lingering impact of a "white supremecist" bias in the Toronto housing market. Toronto is still the epicenter of the Canadian immigrant experience. Montreal, Vancouver and Halifax have all seen "waves" of immigration that have significantly the internal "cultural" or racial demographics of the..."
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