Bonifacio, Glenda Tibe

Canadian Perspectives on Immigration in Small Cities

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Glenda Tibe Bonifacio, Julie L. Drolet

Part I. Partnerships, Resources, and Capacities

2. Welcoming and Inclusive Communities and Workplaces Program (WICWP): The Case in Thompson-Nicola Region, British Columbia
Julie L. Drolet

3. Working Together: Collaborative Response to Welcoming Newcomers in Brandon, Manitoba
Ryan Gibson, Jill Bucklaschuk, Robert C. Annis

4. Local Immigration Partnerships: How Is Peterborough Engaged with Immigrant Integration?
Michael C. K. Ma

Part II. Identities, Belonging, and Social Networks

5. (Mis)Givings in a Prairie City? Identity and Belonging of Filipina (Im)Migrants in Lethbridge, Alberta
Glenda Tibe Bonifacio

6. Conflict and Negotiation: Transnational Ties and Competing Identities of Chinese Immigrants in Kamloops, British Columbia
Yaying Zhang

7. Sense of Place Amongst Immigrant and Refugee Women in Kingston and Peterborough, Ontario
Cheryl Sutherland

8. Why Networks Matter and How They Work? The Role of Social Networks in Attracting and Retaining Immigrants in Small Cities
Swarna Weerasinghe, Alexandra Dobrowolsky, Nicole Gallant, Evangelia Tastsoglou, Ather H. Akbari, Pauline Gardiner Barber, Lloydetta Quaicoe

Part III. Health, Politics, and Diversity

9. Health and Social Inequities of Visible Minority Immigrant Women in St. John’s: A Critical Population Health Perspective
Sylvia Reitmanova, Diana L. Gustafson

10. Immigration in the Niagara Region: Youth Perspectives of the Small City
Jennifer Ajandi, Melenie Neamtz

11. Dilemmas and Challenges of Democratic Participation of Immigrants in Small Atlantic Canadian Communities
Ottilia Chareka

Part IV. Francophone Communities

12. Relationship Between School and Immigrant Families in French-Language Minority Communities in Moncton, New Brunswick: Parents’ Perceptions of Their Children’s Integration
Aïcha Benimmas, Fadila Boutouchent, Lamine Kamano

13. Challenges of Francophone Immigration in Northern Ontario Communities: The Cases of Hearst, Timmins, and Kapuskasing
Aurélie Lacassagne

14. The “Regionalization” of Immigration in Quebec: Shaping Experiences of Newcomers in Small Cities and Towns
Jill Hanley

Keywords: Social Sciences, Migration, Landscape/Regional and Urban Planning, Human Geography

Publication year
International Perspectives on Migration
Page amount
25 pages
Printed ISBN

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