Social Research

The ACS is well known for its social research on topics ranging from history knowledge to public perceptions of racism, to opinion on political parties. Quoted in news outlets across the country, our research is tightly intertwined with the ACS mission, that of increasing Canadians’ knowledge about their own country.

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Research Name Category Date
2011 Census Can Succeed - Census Makes Sense to Most Canadians Immigration & Demographics2011-05-24
Who Wants to Come to Canada?Immigration & Demographics2010-06-23
Immigrants and Public OpinionImmigration & Demographics2009-12-22
Boundaries of Identity: Geographic Knowledge, Identities and Migration in Canada and the United StatesImmigration & Demographics2009-07-28
Changing Trend in Migration? Places of Migrants to Canada Evolves Slightly in 2007Immigration & Demographics2008-12-17
Attitudes towards Jews and Muslims: Comparing Canada with the United States and EuropeImmigration & Demographics2008-09-19
Immigrant Family Income in Canada 2006: Saskatchewan and Alberta are areas of highest remunerationImmigration & Demographics2008-09-04
Shifting Patterns of Immigration in CanadaImmigration & Demographics2008-07-25
Home is Where the Heart Is? Census Reveals Growing Numbers of Americans in CanadaImmigration & Demographics2008-07-04
Visible Minorities and Education in CanadaImmigration & Demographics2008-05-26
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