Canada is a nation of immigrants. Decades of open and compassionate immigration policies have earned Canada a solid reputation abroad in this regard. However, as long as there has been immigration in this country, concerns have existed over the impact of immigration on the labour market and, more importantly, the role that discrimination plays regarding income differentials. This paper will analyze the earning differentials of immigrants, which shall be defined as ethnic minorities.
"Discrimination Against Canadian Colours,"
University Avenue Undergraduate Journal of Economics:
1, Article 8.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.iwu.edu/uauje/vol6/iss1/8