Immigration and Ethnicity in Canada Series
(Formerly known as Canada's Ethnic Groups Series)
Immigration and Ethnicity in Canada is a series of booklets designed to provide secondary and undergraduate students, historians and general readers with concise histories of particular aspects of immigration and ethnicity in Canada. Many of these readable accounts trace the origins, the development, and the contemporary situation of particular ethnocultural communities in Canada. The booklets include maps and tables suitable for overhead projection, as well as suggestions for further reading. They are available in both French and English and additional booklets are in the planning stages. The series is published by the Canadian Historical Association in collaboration with the Department of Canadian Heritage, Government of Canada.
You have an idea for a booklet? Please contact the series editor, Marlene Epp at email@example.com.
You can read all the brochures on Library and Archives Canada's website or below by clicking on the booklet you wish to read.
Caron, Caroline-Isabelle, The Acadians, Volume 33
|Chilton, Lisa, Receiving Canada's Immigrants: The Work of the State Before 1930, Volume 34|