Joseph Garcea is an Associate Professor of political studies at the University of Saskatchewan, where he teaches courses on Canadian politics, public policy, public management, public-private partnerships, and local governance. His research includes analysis of immigration, integration, and citizenship issues.
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Refugees in Canada have experienced mixed success when it comes to economic outcomes. While they struggle to enter the labor market, over time they catch up to other immigrants and the Canadian born. This report examines the web of programs that facilitate refugee integration, as well as differences in outcomes—including for those who are privately sponsored or resettled by the government.