While the primary level of analysis in the CIMI compares immigrant outcomes to that of the Canadian-born population, you will also find rankings that explore immigrant time of arrival, comparing recent immigrants (those here for 5 years or less) to established immigrants (those here for more than 5 years). You can find this on the resources page, where there is a set of provincial ranks (within all four dimensions) and city/Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) ranks (within the economic dimension).

Intersectionality within the CIMI is also explored through descriptive/unadjusted data around identity markers such as sex, visible minority status, immigrant admission category, as well as immigrant time of arrival across all 22 integration indicators for each time period. This data is accessible from either:

  1. The Search page, under “Unadjusted Data” section (for the descriptive data of all markers in the select region and time period); and/or
  2. The Resources page (for the full spreadsheets under each dimension).