Internal migration dynamics of a Canadian immigrant gateway: Toronto as an origin, way-station and destination between 1991 and 2001
Authors: K. King and K. B. Newbold
Immigration in Canada is an increasingly urban trend, with immigrants concentrating in the metropolitan gateway cities of Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal. While Toronto’s role as an immigrant magnet is well known, its inter-relationship with other areas through the exchange of immigrants is less known and understood. That is, what role does Toronto play as a centre of immigration exchange as a way-station (or intermediary), origin, and destination? Using data drawn from the 1996 and 2001 Canadian Census Master files, the purpose of this paper is to evaluate the internal migration dynamics of Canada’s immigrant population with Toronto as a focal point between 1991 and 2001.
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|Author||K. King and K. B. Newbold|
|Title||Internal migration dynamics of a Canadian immigrant gateway: Toronto as an origin, way-station and destination between 1991 and 2001|
|Journal Name||Canadian Journal of Regional Science|
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- Internal migration dynamics of a Canadian immigrant gateway: Toronto as an origin, way-station and destination between 1991 and 2001
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