The Decline of the Immigrant Homeownership Advantage: Life-cycle, Declining Fortunes and Changing Housing Careers in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver, 1981-2001
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KeywordsEthnic diversity and immigration; Families; households and housing; Household; family and personal income; Housing and dwelling characteristics; Immigrants and non-permanent residents; Income; pensions; spending and wealth; Integration of newcomers;
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