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New Knowledge: Typology that classifies municipal approaches to planning for culturally- diverse population. Canadian Cities: Vancouver, Abbotsford, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto and Peel Region.

Author: Dr. Livianna S. Tossutti, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Brock University, St. Catharines, ON L2S 3A1, ltossutti@brocku.ca

Paper: CANADIAN CITIES AND THE SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND SPATIAL INTEGRATION OF IMMIGRANTS. Paper presented to the 100th Annual Conference of the Canadian Political Science Association, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, June 12-15, 2012. Full paper


New Knowledge: The most diverse cities in the US as of 2012

Author: Barrett A. Lee, John Iceland, Gregory Sharp
Department of Sociology and Population Research Institute The Pennsylvania State University

Paper: Racial and Ethnic Diversity Goes Local: Charting Change in American Communities Over Three Decades, US2010 Project Full paper


New Knowledge: Focusing on four major cities — Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal and Winnipeg the authors look at how urban governments are grappling with diversity in the following areas: ◆ Involvement and representation; ◆ Administrative structures; ◆ Planning and resolving conflicts over the urban space and its use; ◆ Funding and the provision of services; ◆ Recruiting newcomers

Authors: K. A. H. Graham and S. D. Phillips

Book Chapter: Belonging? Diversity, Recognition and Shared Citizenship in Canada, Another Fine Balance: Managing Diversity in Canadian Cities, 2007 Full Chapter