Canada: A Land of Immigrants Becomes More Positive About Immigration

90% Disagree That Canada Would Be Better Off If Immigrants Went Back To Where They Came From;Two Thirds (63%) Believe Recent Immigrants Should Have Equal Say About Canada’s Future

Saturday, June 16, 2007

Toronto, ON – Canada, a land of immigrants, appears to have citizens who are becoming more positive in their attitudes towards immigrants and immigration than they were over a decade ago. The results of a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted exclusively for CanWest News Service and Global Television reveal that 90% of Canadians disagree...

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Canada: A Land of Immigrants Becomes More Positive About Immigration

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