Refugees and the Migration Situation: How and why Canada is undermining the integration of immigrants

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Refugees and the Migration Situation: How and why Canada is undermining the integration of immigrants and contributing to their social isolation despite the fact the country relies upon them for population and labour market growth
This paper looks at how Canada is undermining the integration of immigrants and contributing to their social isolation – even as Canada relies heavily upon immigrants in the present day and age. This essay argues that Canada undermines the integration of immigrants into the mainstream in three ways: firstly, official multiculturalism does not encourage them to interact outside their...
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