4 Int'l Migration Rev. 3 (1969-1970)

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     I am indebted to the Editorial Board of the International Migra-
tion Review  for the invitation to prepare this special issue dealing
with- immigration and ethnic groups in Canada. The articles published
in this issue are the first of a series arising out of the researches
currently being conducted under the auspices of the Ethnic Research
Programme   of the Institute for Behavioural Research, York  Univer-
sity, Toronto. On behalf of the contributors, I would like to express
our appreciation for financial support, that has made these investiga-
tions possible, to the Canada   Council, the Central  Mortgage  and
Housing  Corporation, the Citizenship Branch of the Ontario Provincial
Department  of the .Secretary of State and Citizenship, Denison Mines
Ltd  and York  University.
     Of course, York University is not alone in the conduct of research
concerning immigration  and ethnic group  relations in Canada. Many
social scientists in other universities and in government agencies have
undertaken  research on  these questions. For  this reason, a select
bibliography is included in this issue in order to assist those readers
who  would  like to obtain further information.

                                Anthony   H. Richmond
                                Ethnic  Research  Programme,
                                Institute for Behavioural Research,
                                York  University,


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