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Immigrants from Afghanistan take part in a Canadian citizenship class last June at the Afghan Women's Organization in Toronto.
Immigrants from Afghanistan take part in a Canadian citizenship class last June at the Afghan Women's Organization in Toronto.
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Immigration leading to greater differences between Canadian cities

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Canada’s largest cities have always had quite distinct personalities. But as they come to rely more and more on immigration for population growth, the differences between them are growing even more pronounced. And that is bound to have broad implications for politics and public policy.