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Remarkable changes have taken place in Canadian immigration policy, law, and management since this book was first published. A long-awaited new Immigration Act was passed in 1976 and became law in 1978. This marked the beginning of a new, more liberal, and more co-operative era in Canadian immigration. The new Act established clear national objectives in immigration and refugee policy. The new edition of Canada and Immigration takes into account these major changes in Canadian attitudes and policies toward immigration. The author discusses what these changes have meant for Canada, considering the new laws, closer federal-provincial collaboration, more confident and effective management, and the better and more open relationship with the public and the media. Looking beyond these positive developments, she argues that for Canada to meet the coming challeges of global population change and international migration, we must create a cohesive immigration department which can handle the task. The present seriously fragmented management structure does t have the direct lines of communication and the control which will be needed. In this edition, the author also details developments in every major topic area - domestic and international - discussed in the first edition. These areas include population policy, refugees and undocumented migrants and migration, multiculturalism, an outline of developments in Ontario and Quebec and immigration management. The appendices and bibliography are also revised and updated.