This entry - written by Jeffrey G. Reitz and co-authors Patrick Simon and Emily Laxer - outlines the findings from a comparative study on Canada's and France's effectiveness in integrating their Muslim minorities.
The study questioned the narrative of Canada’s presumed success in integrating large numbers of immigrants by examining both countries' policies on immigration, integration, labour market participation, etc. The results show similar experiences among Canada's and France's Muslim minorities across a range of metrics.
This article 'Does Diversity Discourse Matter in the Integration of Muslim Minorities?' - surveys the authors multi-article studies that call into question how Canadian narratives of immigrant inclusion and integration fall short.