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1 Zenaida R. Ravanera University of Western Ontario Developing Baseline Measures and Success Indicators of LIP Initiative Welcoming Communities Initiative Governing Council Discussions and Review of Research Projects Chateau Laurier, November 17, 2011

2 Index Canadian Index of Well-being: How are Canadians Really Doing Conference Board of Canada: Benchmarking the Attractiveness of Canadian Cities Canadian Council on Learning: Composite Learning Index 2

3 Project Aim Objective indicators of welcoming community quality of welcome areas in need of attention Specific purposes of baseline data Comparison over time Comparison across LIPs 3

4 Project Team Faculty and Ph.D. Students Psychology – Vicki Esses and Natalia Lapshina Geography – Jason Gilliland and Claudia Rangel Sociology/Demography – Rod Beaujot, Alexandra Bozheva, and Zenaida Ravanera 4

5 17 Characteristics of Welcoming Communities Characteristics of a Welcoming Community Victoria M. Esses, Leah K. Hamilton, Caroline Bennett-AbuAyyash, and Meyer Burstein, March 2010 RankCommunity CharacteristicsAverage* 10. Use of Public Space and Recreation Facilities Media Coverage and Representation Public Transit Links between Main Actors Working toward Welcoming Communities Relationship with the Police and the Justice System Political Participation Safety Diversity of Religious Organizations 4.79 *Rating scale: 1 (not at all useful) to 7 (extremely useful) RankCommunity CharacteristicsAverage* 1. Employment Housing Education Social Capital Social Engagement Opportunities, Attitudes toward Immigrants, Cultural Diversity, and the Presence of Newcomers in the Community Municipal Features and Services Sensitive to the Presence and Needs of Newcomers Health and Healthcare Newcomer-Serving Agencies that Can Meet the Needs of Newcomers5.71 5

6 Data Requirement Relevance Immigrant Status LIP geographic areas Comparability Availability Census 2006, 2011 Surveys General Social Surveys Canadian Community Health Survey Administrative & Other Data Ontario 211 EQAO Landing Data Plans, Policies, etc. (web) 6

7 Table HS1: Self-Perceived Satisfaction with Life Local Immigration Partnership Satisfaction with Life in General: Dissatisfied / Very Dissatisfied* AllImmigrant Non- immigrant (%) Chatham-Kent Durham Guelph-Wellington Hamilton Huron County Kingston London - Middlesex Niagara North Bay Ottawa Peel Region Peterborough Sarnia - Lambton Sault Ste. Marie Sudbury Thunder Bay Timmins Toronto Waterloo Region Windsor - Essex3.2 York Region Ontario Source: Statistics Canada, 2008 Community Health Survey 1 Health Unit boundaries cover larger geographic area than corresponding LIP area. * 4 and 5 in five-point scale: 1 - Very Satisfied, 2 - Satisfied, 3 - Neither Satisfied nor Dissatisfied, 4 - Dissatisfied, 5 - Very Dissatisfied 7

8 Table HS2: Self-Perceived Sense of Belonging Local Immigration Partnership Sense of Belonging to Local Community: Weak* AllImmigrant Non- immigrant (%) Chatham-Kent Durham Guelph-Wellington Hamilton Huron County Kingston London - Middlesex Niagara North Bay Ottawa Peel Region Peterborough Sarnia - Lambton Sault Ste. Marie Sudbury Thunder Bay Timmins Toronto Waterloo Region Windsor - Essex York Region Ontario Source: Statistics Canada, 2008 Community Health Survey 1 Health Unit boundaries cover larger geographic area than corresponding LIP area. * 3 and 4 in four-point scale: 1 - Very Strong, 2 - Somewhat Strong, 3 - Somewhat Weak, 4 - Very Weak 8

9 Table HP1: Self-Perceived General Health Local Immigration Partnership Self-perceived Health: Fair/Poor* AllImmigrant Non- immigrant (%) Chatham-Kent Durham Guelph-Wellington Hamilton Huron County Kingston London - Middlesex Niagara North Bay Ottawa Peel Region Peterborough Sarnia - Lambton Sault Ste. Marie Sudbury Thunder Bay Timmins Toronto Waterloo Region Windsor - Essex York Region Ontario Source: Statistics Canada, 2008 Community Health Survey 1 Health Unit boundaries cover larger geographic area than corresponding LIP area. * 4 and 5 in five- point scale: 1 - Excellent, 2 - Very Good, 3 - Good, 4 - Fair, 5 - Poor 9

10 Table HU1: Use of Health Care Facilities - Medical Doctor Local Immigration Partnership Has no regular medical doctor AllImmigrant Non- immigrant (%) Chatham-Kent Durham Guelph-Wellington Hamilton Huron County Kingston London - Middlesex Niagara North Bay Ottawa Peel Region Peterborough Sarnia - Lambton Sault Ste. Marie Sudbury Thunder Bay Timmins Toronto Waterloo Region Windsor - Essex York Region Ontario Source: Statistics Canada, 2008 Community Health Survey 1 Health Unit boundaries cover larger geographic area than corresponding LIP area. 10

11 Table E1: Employment Local Immigration Partnership Partici- pation rate Employ ment rate Unem- ploy- ment rate Chatham-Kent Durham Guelph - Wellington Hamilton Huron County Kingston London - Middlesex Niagara North Bay Ottawa Peel Region Peterborough Sarnia - Lambton Sault Ste. Marie Sudbury Thunder Bay Timmins Region Windsor - Essex York Region City of Toronto Bathurst-Finch Black Creek Central South Etobicoke Don Valley East Downtown Toronto East Toronto Eglinton East - Kennedy Park Lawrence Heights North Etobicoke North West Scarborough North York East South Scarborough South West Scarborough West Downtown Toronto York South- Weston Ontario Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census of Population 11

12 Table H1: Availability of Housing Local Immigration Partnership Apartment buildings (% of dwellings) Rented dwellings (% of dwellings) Newly constructed housing, (% of dwellings) Chatham-Kent Durham Guelph - Wellington Hamilton Huron County Kingston London - Middlesex Niagara North Bay Ottawa Peel Region Peterborough Sarnia - Lambton Sault Ste. Marie Sudbury Thunder Bay Timmins Waterloo Region Windsor - Essex York Region City of Toronto Bathurst-Finch Black Creek Central South Etobicoke Don Valley East Downtown Toronto East Toronto Eglinton East - Kennedy Park Lawrence Heights North Etobicoke North West Scarborough North York East South Scarborough South West Scarborough West Downtown Toronto York South-Weston Ontario Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census of Population 12

13 Table T1: Transportation to Work Local Immigration Partnership Public transit users (% of commuters) Chatham-Kent0.9 Durham9.1 Guelph - Wellington4.3 Hamilton9.3 Huron County0.3 Kingston5.1 London - Middlesex7.2 Niagara2.4 North Bay5.3 Ottawa21.9 Peel Region13.0 Peterborough2.3 Sarnia - Lambton1.5 Sault Ste. Marie4.2 Sudbury5.2 Thunder Bay3.5 Timmins4.1 Waterloo Region4.6 Windsor - Essex2.4 York Region10.4 City of Toronto34.4 Bathurst-Finch34.8 Black Creek30.7 Central South Etobicoke25.7 Don Valley31.1 East Downtown Toronto40.3 East Toronto40.3 Eglinton East - Kennedy Park45.4 Lawrence Heights37.0 North Etobicoke26.0 North West Scarborough27.9 North York East34.6 South Scarborough35.1 South West Scarborough40.1 West Downtown Toronto39.4 York South-Weston34.6 Ontario12.9 Source: Statistics, 2006 Census of Population 13

14 211 Ontario Search terms Immigr* Diversity Newcomer Settlement Cross cultural Refugee ESL 14

15 211 services within LIPS in Toronto Census 2006 dataNumber Immigrants per service unit # of services Immigrants Recent immigrants: 2001 to 2006 Immigrants Recent immigrants: 2001 to Bathurst-Finch ,4005,845 2 Black Creek , Central South Etobicoke ,2931,374 4 Don Valley ,0771,490 5 East Downtown Toronto , East Toronto ,6681,274 7 Eglinton East & Kennedy Park ,2701,527 8 Lawrence Heights , North Etobicoke , North West Scarborough ,7411, North York East ,5681, South Scarborough , South West Scarborough ,6281, West Downtown Toronto , York South-Weston , City of Toronto ,

16 211 services within LIPS in Toronto Adjusted (+500m buffer) Census 2006 data (no adjustment) Adjusted Number Immigrants per service unit #of services Immigrants Recent immigrants: 2001 to 2006 Immigrants Recent immigrants: 2001 to Bathurst-Finch ,3501,461 2 Black Creek , Central South Etobicoke ,6731,069 4 Don Valley ,8081,118 5 East Downtown Toronto East Toronto , Eglinton East & Kennedy Park ,2701,527 8 Lawrence Heights , North Etobicoke , North West Scarborough , North York East ,9151, South Scarborough , South West Scarborough , West Downtown Toronto , York South-Weston , City of Toronto ,

17 211 services within LIPS outside Toronto Census 2006 data Number Immigrants per service unit #of services Immigrants Recent immigrants: 2001 to 2006 Immigrants Recent immigrants: 2001 to 2006 Chatham-Kent , County of Huron , Durham , Greater Sudbury City , Guelph - Wellington ,4351,174 Hamilton , Kingston , London & Middlesex ,9541,044 Niagara , North Bay , Ottawa , Peel Region ,2042,149 Peterborough , Sarnia - Lambton , Sault Ste. Marie ,68360 Thunder Bay ,45383 Timmins ,76575 Waterloo Region , Windsor (Essex) , York Region ,

18 Other Data with Possibility Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) Schools Students Link files? Landing data City Websites - Plans & Policies 18

19 Plans Analysis and Interpretation Longer-Term Data: Census, Administrative Data, Survey Integration Measures 19

20 Dialectic of Democracy Character of the relation/ Spheres of Activity FormalSubstantial EconomicInclusion/ Exclusion Equality/ Inequality PoliticalLegitimacy/ Illegitimacy Participation / Passivity Socio- Cultural Recognition /Rejection Belonging/ Isolation Bernard, Paul Social Cohesion: A Critique, CPRN Discussion Paper No. F09. Lien social et politiques – RIAC #41. Group level: Social Cohesion Individual level: Integration 20

21 Domains/ Types of Dimensions EconomicSocio-Cultural Political Formal Inclusion Paid Work Recognition Trust in people Legitimacy Voted in last election Substantial Equality Personal income Belonging Sense of belonging Participation Member or participant in organization Total Weight %23.3%10.0%5.0%10.0%5.0% 26.7%46.7%20.0%10.0% 40.0%70.0%30.0%15.0% 20.0%10.0% 15.0%30.0% Integration Score Integration Score

22 Immigration Status WorkIncomeTrustBelongVoted Partici- pation Integ. Score 3 Integ. Score 4 Born in Canada Immigrated before Immigrated Ethnicity Visible Minority Non-Visible Minority Economic Socio-Cultural PoliticalIntegration

23 Thank you!


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