The Rise and Fall of North American Populations: Exploring Migration and Immigration in Canada and the United States
Both Canada and the United States have largely been shaped by immigration. However, we must look more closely at subnational population trends to understand how migration and immigration are changing the political, economic, and transportation futures of our countries. Please join our distinguished panel to discuss Fazley Siddiq’s new paper comparing these population shifts and other related issues.
senior policy analyst, Migration Policy Institute
- Trends in Metropolitan and Non-Metropolitan Populations in Canada and the United States over Fifty Years
- Siddiq Presentation
- Prosperity or death by a thousand cuts?
- Fifty Years of Growth and Decline of Large Counties in the United States, 1960 – 2010
- Trends in Population Growth Inequality across Subnational Jurisdictions in Canada
Canada's foreign-born population soars to 6.8 million, CBC News, May 8, 2013.