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February 19, 2024

Immigrant de deuxième génération et citoyen de second ordre ?

While Quebec and Canada are still trying to address the labor shortage, logic would suggest that we first realize the full potential of people already here. Yet, even if they were born in Canada, have a good knowledge of French or English, and have been educated here, members of a visible minority seem to have difficulty finding a place in the job market. A CIRANO study (Boudarbat and Adom, 2023) concludes that Canadian-born visible minorities are the blind spot of integration policies. People from diverse backgrounds, especially young people, deserve our full attention to avoid the risks of socio-economic exclusion and the consequences this could have on social cohesion.   → Read the full report (French)

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Les salaires dans le secteur des technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC) : Éléments de comparaison entre le Canada et d’autres pays

Benoit Dostie, Genevieve Dufour and Sylvie St-Onge

Skills, Labour Market and Human Resources

Renoncer à la liberté : Comprendre les choix des détenus en matière de libération conditionnelle

Guy Lacroix and William Arbour

Skills and Inequality and Poverty
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Pratiques et tactiques de vente des concessionnaires automobiles au Québec

Verena Gruber, Ingrid Peignier and Charlotte Dubuc

Sustainable Development