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Devastation caused by war and the political and economical uncertainty hits Italy on 1947-1960
This caused millions of Italians to emigrate specifically to South America, United States and Canada.
Despite the Canadian governments preference for immigrants from northern Europe to settle, Italian workers still could be found all over Canada doing backbreaking seasonal work.
Italians begin to establish neighborhoods with an Italian ambiance in Canada's major urban centres.
Canada's heavy industry, construction and manufacturing sectors required labour, Canadian authorities continued the traditional racialist preference to meet the country's demands
The arrival of large numbers of Italians creates a critical mass for the ethnic community.
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