Atlantic Metropolis Centre
A Centre for Excellence for Research on Immigration, Integration and Cultural Diversity
The Metropolis Centre in Atlantic Canada is a consortium of academic researchers, government representatives, and non-governmental organizations dedicated to pursuing policy-relevant research related to immigration, population migrations, and cultural diversity. It pursues research agendas distinctive to the Atlantic region, as well as research programs addressing the national policy priorities of The Metropolis Project. The AMC is networked with four other Canadian Metropolis Centres of Excellence in Montreal, Toronto, the Prairies, and Vancouver, as well as with the international arm of the Metropolis Project, involving partnerships with researchers, policy makers and community organizations in over 20 countries.
ATLANTIC METROPOLIS CENTRE
More than Just Research...
Reflecting on the Atlantic Metropolis Years (2004-2012)
MAY 3, 2013
AT101, SAINT MARY’S UNIVERSITY
by April 25th
A book based on AMC funded research by grant winner Andrés Arteaga
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Our Inventory of Publications is now updated and online! To order any of the items available FREE OF CHARGE, or for further information, please
Presentations now on-line
- Social and Economic Realities and Reversals: Lessons Learned from Nova Scotia's provincial nominees (Dobrowolsky, Bryan & Barber, 2011)
- Why Do Recent Immigrants Leave Atlantic Canada? (Howard Ramos & Yoko Yoshida, 2011)
- Pre- and Post-Adoption Support Services in Canada: Implications for Policy Makers (Sonya Corbin Dwyer & Lynn Gidluck, 2011)
- Saint John as an Immigrant City: 1851 - 1951 (Marquis, 2010)
- Do the Educational Credentials of Immigrant and Non-Immigrant Workers make them Perfect Substitutes for Each Other in Canadian Labour Markets? A Production Function Analysis (Ather Akbari & Yigit Aydede, 2010)
- Lifelong Learning for Lifelong Health : Arabic-Speaking Immigrant Women's Attitudes and Knowledge of Breast and Cervical Cancer and Cancer Screening Practices in Halifax, NS (Maha Abdelrahman Amin, Susan M. Brigham, 2010)
- Managing the New Diversity on a Small Canadian Campus : the case of the Université de Moncton (Wade, Belkhodja, 2010)
- The Integration of Immigrant Students, the Immigrant Family-School Relationship and the Commitment to the Mission of the Francophone Acadian School as perceived by immigrant parents and teachers in training (Benimmas, 2010)
- Analysis of the migration of Anglophones and Francophones in Canada - Summary (Forgues, Guignard Noël, Beaudin, & Boudreau, 2010)
- Data on the migration of Anglophones and Francophones in Canada - Full Report (Forgues, Guignard Noël, Beaudin, & Boudreau, 2010)
- Contours of Citizenship: Women, Diversity and Practices of Citizenship (Margaret Abraham, Hofstra University, Esther Ngan-ling Chow, American University, Laura Maratou-Alipranti, National Centre for Social Research, Greece and Evangelia Tastsoglou, Saint Mary's University)
- Canadian Immigration: Economic Evidence for a Dynamic Policy Environment (Ted McDonald, Elizabeth Ruddick, Arthur Sweetman and Christopher Worswick, 2010)
- Characteristics of Native-born and Foreign - born Migrants in Canada : An Empirical Investigation (Monia J. Bergeron, 2009)
- The Host Program and Immigrant Retention on Prince Edward Island (Godfrey Baldacchino, Lisa Chilton, Shine-Ji Youn Chung, Benjamin Mathew Mathiang, 2009)
- Socioeconomic and Demographic Profiles of Immigrants in Atlantic Canada Update 1981-2008 (Ather H. Akbari, 2009)
- Immigrant Entrepreneurs on Prince Edward Island (Baldacchino & Fall, 2008)
- Challenges faced by Internationally Educated Health Professionals on Prince Edward Island : Stories and Voices - Full Report (Baldacchino & Hood, 2008)
- Challenges faced by Internationally Educated Health Professionals on Prince Edward Island : Stories and Voices - Executive Summary (Baldacchino & Hood, 2008)
- Internationally Educated Teachers and Teacher Education Programs in Canada: Current Practices (Walsh & Brigham - 2008)
- Atlantic Immigration & Diversity Research Archive (AIDRA)
- AMC CALL FOR PROPOSALS 2010
The AMC is issuing the 2010 - 2011 Call for Proposals (CFP) for its Pilot and Strategic Grant Competitions.
Strategic Grants - Maximum Value: $20,000
Pilot Grants - Maximum Value: $5000
This year we have introduced Cross-Centre Proposals. For more information, please follow the link.
The AMC is also issuing Call for Proposals (CFP) for Knowledge Mobilization Grants.
We expect to provide funding of $2,000 to $5,000 for 8-10 projects that focus upon knowledge transfer.
There are multiple deadlines for this funding.
Annual Metropolis National Research Competition
The Metropolis Project is pleased to announce its third annual national research competition.
This year, the research question is: From the point of view of governments and of newcomers and minorities, are government-NGO partnerships the most effective model for delivering services for integration and inclusion in Canada?
For more information on the competition and how to apply, please see SSHRC