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The South Asian Diaspora in Canada: Six Essays. Toronto: Multicultural History Society of Ontario. Kanungo, Rabindra . ed. (1984). Montreal: Kala Bharati Foundation.
South Asian Canadians are Canadians who were either born in or can trace their ancestry to South Asia, which includes nations such as India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal and the Maldives. The term South Asian Canadian is a subgroup. The term South Asian Canadian is a subgroup of Asian Canadian and, according to Statistics Canada, can further be divided by nationality, such as Indian Canadian, Bangladeshi Canadian and Pakistani Canadian. South Asians are the second largest pan-ethnic group in Canada after European-Canadians.
As of 2006 there were 684,000 South Asian Canadians in the Greater Toronto Area, making them the largest visible minority group there. As of 2011 Toronto is the destination of over half of the immigrants coming from India to Canada, and India is the. As of 2011 Toronto is the destination of over half of the immigrants coming from India to Canada, and India is the single largest source of immigrants in the Greater Toronto Area. As of 2016, there were 995,125 South Asian Canadians in the GTA. Indo-Canadians began to move to Toronto in the 1960s.
Buchignani, . South Asian Canadians (2018). In The Canadian Encyclopedia. Those people referred to as South Asians, Indo-Canadians or East Indians are one of the most diverse ethnocultural populations in Canada. They trace their origins to South Asia, which encompasses India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
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In South Asian in the Canadian Mosaic, Rabindra Kanungo (e. Montreal: Kala Bharati. Joy, Annamma & Verne A. Dusenbery. The Punjabis in British Columbia: p. xx. "Not only do these internal migrants now face the hererogeneity of the Vancouver Punjabi community, but they encounter a different experience of multiculturalism from the one they encountered in Skeena.
Title: Professor Emeritus, Organizational Behaviour Dr. Kanungo's affiliations with the business community include consulting for J. Walter Thompson Co. Lt. Clarion Advertising Services.
Title: Professor Emeritus, Organizational Behaviour. He has authored, co-authored or contributed to over 100 refereed publications, including the books Biculturalism and Management (1980), South Asians in the Canadian Mosaic (1984, E., Work Alienation (1982), Charismatic Leadership (1988, . Conger, Ed., Management in Developing Countries (1990, with McGill's A. Jaeger, Ed., Work Motivation (1994, with. Dr. Clarion Advertising Services, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and Xerox Canada.
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