ARCHIVED – A description of the ethnic segregation/mixing within major Canadian metropolitan areas project

Brian Ray
Department of Geography
University of Ottawa
March 2008

As a result of immigration, many Canadian cities are becoming more culturally diverse and socially complex. A great deal of research has examined geographies of diversity, but in most cases the focus has been on places of residence, neglecting the importance of other areas of cross-cultural interaction such as the neighbourhoods where people work.

This report investigates and analyzes residential and workplace geographic distributions of immigrants and visible minority groups living in Canada’s largest cities and depicts the findings through a series of colour coded maps. The maps are available in PDF format. Copies of the full report are available upon request to
Research-Recherche@cic.gc.ca.


A description of the ethnic segregation/mixing within major Canadian metropolitan areas project
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