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We used data from the 1991-2006 Canadian Census Mortality and Cancer Follow-up Study to compare allcause mortality for immigrants with that of the Canadian-born population. The study addressed two related questions. First, do immigrants have a mortality advantage over the Canadian-born? Second, if immigrants have a mortality advantage, does it persist as their duration of residence increases? The analysis fitted sexstratified hazard regression models for the overall sample and for selecteddoi:10.1080/00324728.2014.915050 pmid:24890262 fatcat:nxev5zd4kve43doobz2wfawrqq