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  Metropolis Liaison:
  Laure Lafrance
Laure.lafrance@cic.gc.ca,
613-957-5848
  Priority Leader:
  Anita Gagnon
McGill University
Anita.gagnon@mcgill.ca
  Domain Leaders:
  Anna Kirova
University of Alberta
anna.kirova@ualberta.ca
  Francis Hare
Ryerson University
francis.hare@ryerson.ca
  Fasal Kanouté
Université de Montréal
fasal.kanoute@
umontreal.ca
 

** Evangelia Tastsoglou,
Saint Mary's University
evie.tastsoglou@smu.ca

  ** Alexandra Dobrowolsky
Saint Mary's University
adobrowolsky@smu.ca
  ** The Atlantic Metropolis Centre's Gender, Migration and Diversity/ Immigrant Women Research Domain will be focusing their research on the themes within the Family, Children and Youth Policy-Research Priority Area for Phase III
   
   
 
   
 
   
 
Features of the Week
   
 
  Features of the Week
 

Immigrant Children and Youth in Focus

More snow on the roof: Canada's immigrant Seniors

Policy Brief of a Research Study:
Understandings of spousal sponsorship in South Asian International Arranged Marriages

Bridging the generation gap

The New Canadian Children And Youth Study

Social Inclusion of Newcomers to Canada: An Information Problem?

“My mother is from Russia, my father is from Rwanda”

Providing Services to Immigrant Women in Atlantic Canada

The experience of the second generation of Haitian origin in Quebec

Parents and Teens in Immigrant Families - Cultural Influences and Material Pressures

CREATING A GENUINE ISLAM - Second Generation Muslims Growing Up In Canada

When Might The Two Cultural Worlds of Second Generation Biculturals Collide?

The New Ethnic Identity? Young People on the Prairies

Psychosocial Integration of Second and Third Generation Visible Minority Youth in Canada

Immigration and Families: Introduction

Canadian Heritage in the Atlantic Region: Engagement with the Multicultural Community - From Research to Practice: Immigrant and Refugee Children’s Need to Belong

Immigration in the Long Run: The Education and Earnings Mobility of Second-Generation Canadians

Health Literacy and Immigrant Populations

Racism as a Determinant of Immigrant Health - By Ilene Hyman, PhD, University of Toronto

Families and violence in Punjabi and Tamil communities in Toronto

Immigrant Families: Supporting Children’s Success in School

Deskilling across the Generations: Reunification among Transnational Filipino Families in Vancouver
Policy Brief, Working Paper

Canadian Guidelines for Immigrant Health: Summary of Clinical Preventive Care Recommendations for Newly Arriving Immigrants and Refugees to Canada
Summary Brief, Link to Full Article

A Preliminary Investigation of the Contributions of Sponsored Parents and Grandparents in Canada
Complete document

New Publication ~ Immigrant Mental Health Summer 2010

   
 

Last updated: May 24, 2011

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