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Department
History
Course
HIS263Y1
Professor
Heidi Bohaker
Semester
Winter

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HIS263 Jan 13 Immigration as Peril and promise Migration in Canadian history Largest surge in immigration is during the Laurier period Many forms of migration Immigration coming into a place Emigration leaving a place Net migration the difference between immigration and emigration Internal migration movement within a country Migration is rarely as simple as moving from one country to another Migration is a series of steps Multiple steps from where you start and where you finish Sojourning come and leave (common for railway labourers, etc. work hard then return) Backdoor immigrants people who came to Canada, but had the intention of going to the United States (common term for the United States) An agreement was made between the US and Canada to monitor backdoor immigrants Push and pull factors factors that make you want to leave a place of come to a place (religious, political, sociological, economical, etc.) Immigration is like societies in motion Largest immigratio
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