Condo towers are shrouded in dense fog as a man walks a dog along the seawall in downtown Vancouver, B. But data shows just how many of them have ended up elsewhere — leaving Quebec with their investments, other provinces with their health care bills, and cities with flows of foreign capital that have been linked to soaring home prices. The data, which includes both primary and secondary applicants, showed that 57, investor immigrants who came through Quebec were living in Canada as of Nearly 28, of them Only 6, investor immigrants who came through Quebec Vancouver was a major recipient of investor immigrants.
Chinese Immigrants to Canada
Asian immigrants in Canada: some findings from census. - Abstract - Europe PMC
Jackie Northam. The Granville Street Bridge leads to downtown Vancouver, whose skyline of gleaming apartment towers hugging the waterfront is reminiscent of Hong Kong. When you cross over the Granville Street Bridge that winds into downtown Vancouver, you'd be forgiven for thinking you're in Hong Kong. The skyline has the same ribbon of gleaming apartment towers hugging the waterfront, and similar mountains in the distance. There is also an unabashed display of wealth, readily apparent in the city's Kitsilano neighborhood.
Douglas Todd: Offspring of Chinese and South Asian immigrants reaping high-skilled jobs
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Signing up enhances your TCE experience with the ability to save items to your personal reading list, and access the interactive map. Chinese Canadians are one of the largest ethnic groups in the country. In the census, 1. Despite their importance to the Canadian economy, including the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway CPR , many European Canadians were historically hostile to Chinese immigration.