Factsheets

NSIIP creates resources to support community stakeholders working in settlement, integration, diversity, and inclusion. Many of our resources are designed to provide at-a-glance information about newcomers’ experience in North Shore, and outline suggestions for building inclusive spaces in our communities and workplaces. 

All of our work is guided by feedback from our partners and community stakeholders. If you have any suggestions or comments about our resources, please let us know at nsiip@nsms.ca.

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Demographic Data

  • North Shore Immigration Quick Look (2018): Demographic profile of North Shore municipalities’ diverse residents, including residents’ top 20 places of birth (for each municipality)
  • NewToBC City of North Van Immigrant Demographic Profiles (2018): Developed by NewToBC, provides comprehensive facts and figures around immigrants in City of North Vancouver. Also available: District of North Van and District of West Van.
  • North Shore English Language Learners (ELL) Interactive Map (2018): Based on the data obtained from the BC Ministry of Education K-12 Reporting Group, provides an at-a-glance view of the percentage (%) of ELL students relative to each school’s overall student population. It also provides top 10 non-English languages spoken at home for both ELL and non-ELL students. Also available as a PDF with top 3 non-English languages
  • Diverse North Shore Interactive Map (2018): Based on 2016 census data release and broken down into North Shore’s most recognizable neighbourhood geographies, this map shows demographic data on newcomers (those who arrived to North Shore between 2011 and 2016), overall immigrant population, and immigrant children and seniors. Also available as PDF.
  • Immigrant Seniors & Children (2018): Based on 2016 census data release and organized by five major regions: City of North Vancouver, District of North Vancouver, District of West Vancouver, Bowen Island, and Lions Bay. This info sheet contains information on the recent number of immigrant seniors and children, relative percentage to the total population, and top countries of origin. 

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NSIIP is grateful to hold its activities on the traditional, ancestral, unceded, and occupied territories of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and Səlilwətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Peoples.

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