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March 2018 | Download a print copy of the March 2018 Newsletter
Feature Article: Immigration in Atlantic Provinces: Some broad-based results obtained from 2016 Canadian Population Census
Ather Akbari, Saint Mary's University
Retention and Integration of Refugees in Newfoundland and Labrador
Tony Fang, Memorial University
Immigration and Settlement on PEI: A Snapshot
Craig Mackie, PEI Association for Newcomers to Canada
Increasing Interest in Atlantic Canadian Immigration
Howard Ramos, Dalhousie University
Immigrant Retention in New Brunswick, Canada - An Analysis Using Administrative Medicare Registry Data
James Ted McDonald, Brent Cruikshank & Zikuan Liu, University of New Brunswick
See below for individual articles and past issues
Immigration in Atlantic Provinces (Mar 19)
Some broad based results obtained from 2016 Canadian Population Census
Increasing Interest in Atlantic Canadian Immigration (Mar 19)
One of the major policy opportunities presenting itself to Atlantic Canada is the federal government’s introduction of the Atlantic Immigration Pilot
IMMIGRATION AND SETTLEMENT ON PEI: A SNAPSHOT (Mar 19)
Prince Edward Island is moving through historic times. Never before have so many newcomers arrived from so many different parts of the globe.
Retention and Integration of Refugees in Newfoundland and Labrador (Mar 19)
Study examining experiences of refugees that have settled in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Immigrant Retention in New Brunswick, Canada (Mar 19)
An Analysis Using Administrative Medicare Registry Data.
ARGEIAD Member Updates (Mar 19)
Recent scholarly works. Note: Members updates are solicited before the publication of newsletter and are published as provided by members.
Immigrants in Labour Force of Canada and Atlantic Canada (Oct 31)
Employment and wages by skill levels, 2006 and 2016
October 2017 Member Activities (Oct 31)
Atlantic Research Group members' recent publications, presentations and more.
Upcoming Events (Oct 31)
Events coming up in November and December.
Earnings, Employment and Age differentials between Immigrant and Native-born Workers by Occupations (Oct 31)
An examination of differences in the economic performance of immigrant and native-born workers in Canadian labour markets