Includes bibliographical references (p. 569-584).
|Statement||F.M. Bhatti ; [edited, S. Qalb-i-Abid].|
|Contributions||Qalb-i-Abid, S., University of the Punjab. Pakistan Study Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 584 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||584|
|LC Control Number||2008310134|
its consequences for the East Indians of Canada. The findings reflect the perspective of Vancouver, where there is a large population of East Indian origin. Although Bill C's impact varied considerably among minority ethnic groups, the East Indians provide an appropriate case study for sev-eral reasons. From India to Canada: A Brief History of Immigration, Problems of Discrimination, Admission and Assimilation Sripati Chandrasekhar Population Review Books, - Canada - pagesReviews: 1. In this paper, various studies and surveys on the status of East Indians in Canada and attitudes towards them are summarized. The history of the East Indian immigration into Canada is sketched. A survey of attitudes of Canadians toward multiculturalism (Berry, Kalin, and Taylor, ) is outlined. By there were some 4, East Indians in Canada's Pacific Coast(14). For the ensuing seven years very few entered the province because of Canada's immigration restrictions imposed after the Vancouver Riots of Between and it is estimated that some 5, Indian immigrants had arrived in the country (See Table ) (15).
Although Canada’s immigration policy has long emphasized the selection of highly skilled immigrants—and since the s, preferably those with high levels of post-secondary education—certain. One law required new Indian immigrants to carry $ in cash upon landing in Canada, while European immigrants needed just $ In addition, Indian immigrants were required to arrive via a ‘continuous journey’ from the sub-continent, something that was almost impossible in . On January 1st , Canada suspended the use of Form 30A Immigration forms, and resumed the use of the big sheet manifest for all ports. At The National Library & Archives of Canada, an online index has been created in cooperation with the Pier 21 Society, for Passenger Arrivals to Canada. Topic: The immigration of East Indian indentured workers to the Caribbean in the 19th century could be regarded as a new system of slavery. Slavery was the initial labour system used by Europeans on their plantations in the Caribbean. It was implemented in the `s, the Europeans forcefully took people from the African continent to the Caribbean on various trips.
Among them are files on Canadian immigration policy, (vol. ); passport regulations, (vol. ); nationality questions, (vols. and ); Chinese, Japanese, East Indian and other oriental immigration to Canada, (vols. and ); immigration from Italy, (vol. ); border crossing to. Indo-Fijians or Indian Fijians (Fijian Hindi: भारतीय फ़ीजी), are Fiji citizens of fully or partially Indian descent, including descendants who trace their heritage from various regions of the Indian subcontinent. Although Indo-Fijians constituted a majority of Fiji's population from through the late s, discrimination and the resulting brain drain resulted in them. The first people from India came to Jamaica on board the S. Blundel Hunter on Two-hundred men, 28 women, and 33 children debarked in Old Harbor Bay. Afterward, the recruitment of Indian immigrants rose some 70 percent, and ab made the four-month journey from their homeland to Jamaica. Welcoming Immigrants at the Gateway to Canada's West: Immigration Halls in Winnipeg, By Vineberg, Robert Manitoba History, No. 65, Winter Read preview Overview Search for more books and articles on Canadian immigration history.