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October 2019 Newsletter

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In This Issue

  • Immigration Trends in Atlantic Provinces (2001 – 2018) – Ather H. Akbari
  • The Francophone Immigrants in L’Acadie du Nouveau-Brunswick: Some Issues and Challenges in Welcoming Them – Mario Paris, Leyla Sall, Elda Savoie
  • Immigration in Prince Edward Island – Jim Sentance
  • Events Organized by ARGEIAD
  • ARGEIAD Member Updates
  • Upcoming Events
  • Media Interviews and Reporting of Events

May 2019 Newsletter

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In This Issue

  • Member Activities and ARGEIAD Participation in Events
  • Immigration and disability in Canada and the Atlantic region– Firat K. Sayin
  • Growing Opportunities for Domestic and International Talents in the Prince Edward Island Bioscience Community– Vivian Beer
  • Creating New Life Pathways– Robert A. Boghen
  • Media Interviews and Reporting of Events

Linked documents:
Workshop B3: How Canadians View Immigration: Results of a Survey

 


January 2019 Newsletter

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In This Issue

  • Trends in Annual Inflows of Permanent Residents in Canada – Ather H. Akbari
  • Immigration Supports Diversity in Local Communities – Jennifer Watts
  • The Changing Face of Rural Prince Edward Island – Jonathan Hamel
  • From Big to Small: Insights into Migration to Rural New Brunswick – Justin Ryan
  • New Satellite Offices Supports NFLDs Newcomer Settlement and Retention – Ken Walsh
  • ARGEIAD Member Updates
  • Upcoming Events

Linked documents:


See below for individual articles and past issues

  • May 2019 Newsletter (Sep 6)

    May's issue reviews recent activities and includes research on immigration and disability, and opportunities in the PEI bioscience community.

  • January 2019 Newsletter (Jan 2)

    January's issue covers a range of topics including inflows of PR; diversity supports; and rural NB & PEI.