The Metropolis Project is an International Forum for Research and Policy on Migration, Diversity and Changing Cities
Established in 1996 as part of the national Metropolis Project and funded by the federal government, provincial government and the associated universities, MBC is located at Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia, with a Co-director based on each campus. MBC's main objective is to place in the public realm relevant material that will aid rational discussion on Canada's emerging immigration policy issues.
Metropolis BC Capstone Reports
Metropolis BC has commissioned four comprehensive reports that summarize research output over the 16 year history of the project, in each of the four research domains that have been active through the life of the project (over the years, we have had several other research domains, but these four have been central through our long history). These four research sytheses were presented at our final event, September 12, 2012.
CITIZENSHIP CAPSTONE REPORT
Citizenship and Multiculturalism in the 21st Century: The changing face of social, cultural, and civic inclusion
SETTLEMENT CAPSTONE REPORT
A Working Paper on Settlement, Integration, and Welcoming Communities Domain in British Columbia, 1996-2012
HOUSING CAPSTONE REPORT
Metropolis British Columbia Domain "Housing and Neighbourhoods" Literature Review, 1996 - 2012
ECONOMICS CAPSTONE REPORT
Immigrants and the Canadian Economy
Publishing History of MBC working papers, 2007-2012
Over its 5 year mandate, MBC funded approximately $1,400,000 worth of research projects....
The Ontario Metropolis Centre
Metropolis International Secretariat
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