L'immigration Française et Belge au Nouveau-Brunswick : une remise en cause de la prévalence de la « loi » économiques des dynamiques migratoires

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  • Leyla Sall St. Thomas University
  • Benoit Bolland St. Thomas University

Abstract

This article sheds light on the particularities of the new influx of immigrants arriving to New Brunswick from France and Belgium. These recent arrivals are calling into question the idea that migrants leave their country primarily for economic reasons. Although they previously held well-paid jobs in Europe, they chose to relocate to the calm, safe and family-friendly small cities of our province where they expect a better lifestyle. Over time, however, they are forced to face the fact that they cannot survive indefinitely on their savings. They must find suitable employment that corresponds to their qualifications and diplomas, and thereby maintain their family unity.

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2018-11-01

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Sall, L., & Bolland, B. (2018). L’immigration Française et Belge au Nouveau-Brunswick : une remise en cause de la prévalence de la « loi » économiques des dynamiques migratoires. Journal of New Brunswick Studies Revue d’études Sur Le Nouveau-Brunswick, 10. Retrieved from https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/JNBS/article/view/28718

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