Toronto: Macfarlane Walter & Ross, 2002, xi, 205pp, $34.99, ISBN1-55199-095-4
The author of this well written book is a veteran journalist who has had a keen interest in Canadian immigration issues for more than a decade. As Stoffman acknowledges, immigration is an issue in Canadian public policy that has risen rapidly on the government's agenda. In fact, immigration has become both more complex and more controversial, particularly since the terrorist acts of 11 September 2001 when migration came to be perceived as having an impact on national security.
Why people migrate and why so many choose Canada as their destination are …