immigration of Argentinean Jews to Winnipeg : Emigration and Successful Settlement
thesisposted on 23.05.2021, 16:08 by Philip Reuben Covshoff
Manitoba has strategized from 2002 onwards to incorporate a free-market approach into Manitoba's Provincial Nominee Programme in order to fulfill its labour market goals. In the grand scheme of attracting new Argentinean Jewish immigrants, it was an opportunity for these people to leave their homeland that was suffering under an economic depression and a currency crisis. Both the provincial government (through the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Programme) and an ethno-cultural institution (the Jewish Federation of Winnipeg) forged a partnership that matched these immigrants with jobs and also helped integrate them into the Winnipeg Jewish community. Seventeen interviews of Argentinean Jews now living in Winnipeg explained how they had a choice of emigrating to Spain, Israel or the United States but they selected Winnipeg and they give their reasons for doing so.
DegreeMaster of Arts
ProgramImmigration and Settlement Studies
Granting InstitutionRyerson University
LAC Thesis TypeThesis
Immigrants -- Cultural assimilation -- Manitoba -- WinnipegProvincial Nominee Program (Canada)Jewish Federation of WinnipegManitoba -- Emigration and immigration -- Government policyJews -- Canada -- Emigration and immigrationArgentines -- Canada -- Emigration and immigrationImmigrants -- Employment -- Manitoba -- Winnipeg