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Canada / Among the world’s leaders in immigrant integration

A major international study ranks Canada among the world’s leaders in immigrant integration, but there are signs that advantage is on the wane.

Canada sits near the top of most categories in the study, which measures integration of immigrants in the 34 wealthy countries of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. The report will be released in Paris on Monday. It compares outcomes for immigrants and their children looking at factors such as income, health, education and civic engagement.

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'Study finds Canadian immigrants at a growing disadvantage - The Globe and Mail' - www_theglobeandmail_com_news_national_study-finds-canadian-immigrants-at-a-growing-disadvantage_article

via Study finds Canadian immigrants at a growing disadvantage – The Globe and Mail.

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