Echo Survey on the Inclusion of Immigrants
Results of the Echo 2020 Barometer of the City of Montreal on the inclusion of immigrants. As part of the City of Montreal's Inclusive Montreal Action Plan, the Echo 2020 Barometer survey reached 2,500 Montrealers, including more than 1,250 immigrants. The data and the published report fill important gaps in terms of recent data describing the situation of Montreal immigrants in an intersectional way (ADS+), particularly in terms of discrimination, sense of belonging, as well as access to employment, housing and city services.
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