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3 edition of Emigration to the province of Ontario, Canada found in the catalog.

Emigration to the province of Ontario, Canada

by Canada. Dept. of Agriculture

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Published by s.n. in Toronto? .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 48613, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 48613
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche (6 fr.).
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24645767M
ISBN 100665486138

Names and addresses of some later Ontario immigrants and of the relatives they left behind are in: Holt, Ruth and Margaret Williams. Genealogical Extraction and Index of the Canada Company Remittance Books Three Volumes. Weston, Ontario and Oakville, Ontario: Holt and Williams, Ontario and federal governments were jointly responsible for immigration. Immigration records for the Province of Ontario (RG 11) document the involvement of the Government of Ontario and its predecessors in immigration, from to Series RG File Size: KB.

Emigration to Canada: The Province of Ontario, its Soil, Climate, Resources Part advertisement and part almanac, this brochure gives a detailed overview of the local climate, soil, agricultural possibilities, wages, cost of living and many other points of interest to prospective immigrants. Ontario received % of all immigrants to Canada in the quarter, up from % in the same quarter of Over the last 12 months, Ontario received , immigrants, up from , during the previous year. There were 2, emigrants from Ontario .

  It is not clear to me that any one province is the worst to immigrate to. Some provinces may offer more advantages than others, to be sure—Ontario has the largest immigrant populations, Alberta has the strongest economy, Québec is a good place for.   Ontario must identify new ways of ensuring more immigrants settle outside the Greater Toronto Area in order to guarantee more balanced population growth across the province and maintain a “high quality of life” for all its residents in the coming years, a new Conference Board of Canada .


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Emigration to the province of Ontario, Canada by Canada. Dept. of Agriculture Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Print version: Emigration to the province of Ontario, Canada. [Toronto?]: [publisher not identified], [?] (OCoLC)   Emigration to Canada, the province of Ontario: its soil, climate, resources, institutions, free land grants, etc by Ontario.

Dept. of the Commissioner of Agriculture and Public WorksPages: Emigration to the province of Ontario, Canada. [Canada. Department of Agriculture.;] Ontario -- Emigration and immigration.

Canadian immigration literature -- Archibald McKellar, commissioner, Department of Agriculture and Public Works, Toronto, Province of Ontario, Printed ephemera. Reproduction of original in. "The latest book on Scottish emigration to Canada meticulously and effectively exposes the popular romantic myth that the majority of Scots who settled in the country were primarily those evicted during the Highland Clearances" (Family History).

Emigration to Canada, the Province of Ontario, its soil, climate, resources Item PreviewPages: Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project, by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude McGill-Queen's University Press, Septembercloth, pp, illus, maps, tables and figures Includes notes, bibliography, and index Winner of the Ontario.

In his book, Surplus People, Jim Rees has described the program of assisted. emigration that Lord Fitzwilliam initiated in the late s to reduce the. number of tenants on his estate in southwest Wicklow. Most of these emigrants. sailed from New Ross, County Wexford, to Quebec City, but few of them stayed in Quebec, where.

Canada’s largest province saw the number of newcomers increase by more t, fromnew immigrants toAfter Ontario, the next biggest increase was seen in British Columbia, where numbers grew by just over 6, f to 44, Inapproximat people emigrated from Canada to another country.

At this time, the majority of emigrants from Canada came from the province of Ontario, accounting for aro Glengarry, Upper Canada’s first major Scottish settlement, was established in by Highlanders from Inverness-shire. Worsening economic conditions in Scotland, coupled with a growing awareness of Upper Canada’s opportunities, led to a growing tide of emigration that eventually engulfed all of Scotland and gave the province its many.

The Irish emigration to Canada began as early as the late 17th Century but did not truly take root until 18th Century. Irish immigration into Canada really escalated&#;at&#;the turn of the 19th Century immediately following&#;the Napoleonic Wars.

By the s the Irish had settled in large numbers across Ontario. They especially predominated in eastern Ontario and in farmland regions north and west of present-day Toronto.

They also settled in large numbers on the Canada Company lands in the Huron Tract in western Ontario as well as in the newly opened territory to the north of it. Planters, Paupers and Pioneers - English settlers in Atlantic Canada.

Seeking a Better Future: The English settlers of Ontario and Quebec. Ignored but not Forgotten: Canada's English Immigrants. [This book also covers English emigration to the Prairie Provinces and British Columbia.]. Ontario welcomes the talents and energy that immigrants bring to our province.

In return, it offers prosperity and an excellent quality of life. Ontario has many different industries and jobs. Newcomers may find job prospects in Ontario's strong economy in:.

This guide-book is designed to provide an overview of immigration records created by and for the Province of Ontario as they relate to those who immigrated the land that is now called Ontario, during the 18th and 19th centuries.

Notes regarding the updates included in this edition. From to3, permanent residents landed in Canada. During this period, Ontario was the province of choice of nearly half of Canada’s immigrants. Another interesting aspect of Ontario is that this province is a prime destination for immigrants to Canada.

For example,immigrants moved to Ontario as Canadian permanent residents in In terms of Ontario immigration, Toronto, in particular, has become home for many immigrants to Canada from across the globe.

Canada is known to be a nation of immigrants. But one province in the country attracts more new arrivals than anywhere else. That province is Ontario. Inthe province of Ontario welcomed almost 40% of Canada’s immigrants.

The book tells the story of the great number of Irish immigrants who came to live in Ontario and Quebec during the nineteenth century. By the Irish were the largest immigrant group in most parts of Canada. They founded many communities and had a huge impact on Canada.

The History of Ontario covers the period from the arrival of Paleo-Indians thousands of years ago to the present day.

The lands that make up present-day Ontario, the most populous province of Canada as of the early 21st century have been inhabited for millennia by groups of Aboriginal people, with French and British exploration and colonization commencing in the 17th century.

[BOOK 1] Names of Emigrants Records of James Allison, Emigrant Agent at Montreal (Quebec Canada) [BOOKS ] Canada Company Remittance Books in 3 Volumes. [BOOK 5] Index of Passengers Who Emigrated to Canada between and Emigration: the British Farmer's and Farm Labourers' Guide to Ontario The Premier Province of the Dominion of Canada (Book): Ontario.There are no comprehensive ships passenger lists of immigrants arriving in Canada prior to Until that year, shipping companies were not required by the government to keep their passenger manifests.

Now available: Filling in the Gaps: Finding Pre Ships Passenger Lists to Canada (84 pages) by Lorine McGinnis Schulze.