In this research, we explore urban growth in Canada’s major and smaller cities, considering factors like labour market tightness and immigration levels.
How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected migration patterns within Canada? What can smaller cities do to attract and retain international immigrants? How can more evenly distributed migration ease the pressure on Canada’s top four cities?
Read the issue briefing to get our full analysis.
Pre-pandemic GDP Growth Driven by Top Cities
Increasing Immigration, a Key Driver for the Top Four
COVID-19 Changed the Game
Smaller Cities Can Continue to Make Strides
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