3)south asian, chinese, japanese immigration.docx

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC244H5
Professor
Lina Samuel
Semester
Winter

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Immigration for the Chinese south Asian and Japanese immigrants The population of Canada grew significantly as a consequence of increased immigrationBaby boomAnd low levels of emigration Immigration played an important role in the economic life of CanadaIn the mid1960s to the present Canada has seen an increase of immigrants particularly from AsiaRecent immigrants born in Asian including middle east made up the largest proportion of new comers to CanadaThe points systemIn 1967 Canada introduced a Points System that gave preference to immigrants who among other thingsknew English or Frenchwere not too oldtoo young to take regular jobshad arranged employment in Canadahad a relative or family member in Canadahad proper education and trainingwere immigrating to a region of high employmentthe point system issue
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