Migration Patterns in Canada Term Paper by Master Researcher

Migration Patterns in Canada
A discussion on the changing pattern of immigration, immigrants and migration patterns in Canada.
# 87202 | 2,250 words | 8 sources | 2005 | US


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This essay discusses immigration, immigrants and migration patterns in Canada. The paper goes through historical newspapers from 1891 to 1960 and reports on what they said about immigration, immigrants and migration in Canada. The paper looks at the changing pattern of migration over the seventy year period that the newspaper articles span.

From the Paper:

"Immigration, Immigrants and Migration Patterns in Canada Canada is a multinational country known for its diversity. For example, in The Regional Geography of Canada Robert M. Bone states, "Canada is a multicultural society with more than 200 ethnic groups recorded in the 2001 census". Most Canadians are so used to this level of diversity that they fail to recognize that it is a relatively recent development. When Canada was a young country it primary culture was extremely xenophobic. This meant that because foreigners were not well liked or widely accepted in Canadian society. This is because the majority of Canadians at this point were of British origin."

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