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
Unemployment Rates of Visible Minority Groups in Canada, 1991-2006Immigration & Demographics2008-05-20
Visible Minority Unemployment in Canadian CMA'sImmigration & Demographics2008-05-20
Reasonable Remuneration: The Earnings Gap between Immigrants and Non-Immigrants in Canadian CitiesImmigration & Demographics2008-05-20
Canadians on the Move in 2007Immigration & Demographics2008-04-07
Canadians Have Favorable Opinion of Aboriginals in Canada; especially those in contact with members of aboriginal communitiesImmigration & Demographics2008-01-14
Rest of Canada Accommodates Growing Number of Quebecers: Net Loss of Quebecers from Interprovincial Migration Soared in April-June 2007Immigration & Demographics2007-10-15
Quebec prefers “le statut quo”: When it comes to the desired numbers of immigrants Quebec is not distinct in its aspirationsImmigration & Demographics2007-08-20
Advice to prospective Immigrants who want to live in Canada?Immigration & Demographics2007-08-13
Citizenship and Belonging to CanadaImmigration & Demographics2007-08-13
Americans Go North: 2006 Migration of Americans to Canada hits 30 year recordImmigration & Demographics2007-07-30
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