6th, Oct 2023

Canadian immigrants have a stronger sense of belonging in Ontario and Atlantic Canada

Sense of belonging to a country, especially as an immigrant, has long been used to measure social integration and national identification in Canada.

The 2020 General Social Survey (GSS) conducted by Statistics Canada provides insight into the provinces and territories where immigrants feel a strong sense of belonging.

According to the survey, immigrants in Ontario and the Atlantic-Canadian provinces (Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador, and New Brunswick) reported a powerful sense of belonging to Canada.

On the other hand, immigrants in British Columbia and Alberta reported a lower sense of belonging.

#Statistics_Canada, #survey, #Atlantic_immigration


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