Canada's immigrants: CS99-936/1981E-PDF
"To clarify what is meant by "immigrants" in this report, it is necessary to look at census definitions. For the purpose of census classification, an immigrant is a resident of Canada who is not a Canadian citizen by birth. Thus, persons born outside Canada, except those whose parents are Canadian, are considered immigrants. As well, a few persons born in Canada who were not considered as Canadians at birth but later obtained Canadian resident status are included among the immigrant population. ..."--p. 
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|Note||At head of title: 1981 Census of Canada. "August 1984." Digitized edition from print [produced by Statistics Canada]. Issued also in French under title: Les immigrants au Canada.|
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|Departmental Catalogue Number||8-5200-741|
|Subject Terms||Census data, Immigrants|
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