Gov’t Finds Ethnic Enclaves

Immigrants drawn to “ethnic enclaves” in Canada’s largest cities typically earn less than if they lived somewhere else, says a federal study. “What are the effects of living in an ethnic enclave?” asked CMHC researchers: “Immigrants who landed in ethnic enclaves earned less on average.”

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