Why History and Language Matter in Migrant Inclusion: Policies Shaping Gendered Transnational Migration and Access to Linguistically Accessible Services for First Generation Korean-Canadian Immigrant Women

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How Transnational Family Structures Have Been Normalized Through Canada’s Immigration Policies

Chinese Immigration Act, 1885

Chinese immigration certificates © Government of Canada/Library and Archives Canada/R1206–178-X-E.

Gendered Structures of Education Migration

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Creating Social Margins: The “Othering” of Racialized Immigrants Through Canada’s Language Policies

Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism, 1963

Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism (courtesy Duncan Cameron / Library and Archives Canada / PA-037463)
Mounties at Montreal Grand Prix © Jdazuelos/Dreamstime

Canadian Multiculturalism Act, 1988

Policy Recommendations to Advance Gender and Language Justice for Korean-Canadian Immigrant Mothers





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