Ethnic groups similar to or like East Asian Canadians

East Asian Canadians are Canadians with ancestry, origins, or citizenship from East Asia. Wikipedia

  • Middle Eastern Canadians are Canadians with ancestry, origins, or citizenship from the Middle East, which includes Western Asia and North Africa. Individuals from the Middle East first arrived in Canada in 1882, when a group of Lebanese immigrants settled in Montreal. Wikipedia

  • South Asian Canadians

    South Asian Canadians ; ; are Canadians who were either born in or can trace their ancestry to South Asia, which includes the nations of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal and the Maldives. Subgroup of Asian Canadian and, according to Statistics Canada, can further be divided by nationality, such as Indian Canadian, Bangladeshi Canadian and Pakistani Canadian. Wikipedia

  • Asian Canadians

    Asian Canadians are Canadians who can trace their ancestry back to the continent of Asia or Asian people. Canadians with Asian ancestry comprise the largest and fastest growing group in Canada, after European Canadians, with roughly 17.7% of the Canadian population. Wikipedia

  • West Asian Canadians

    West Asian Canadians, officially known as West Central Asian and Middle Eastern Canadians are Canadians with ancestry, origins, or citizenship from West and Central Asia. Subgroup of Asian Canadians and Middle Eastern Canadians. Wikipedia

  • Taiwanese Canadians are Canadian citizens who carry full or partial ancestry from the East Asian island country of Taiwan or from preceding Taiwanese regimes (Qing Taiwan, Japanese Taiwan, etc.). This includes Canadian-born Taiwanese (CBT). Wikipedia

  • Canadians

    Canadians (Canadiens) are people identified with the country of Canada. This connection may be residential, legal, historical or cultural. Wikipedia

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    • The five largest pan-ethnic groups in the province are Europeans (64%), East Asians (15%), South Asians (8%), Aboriginals (6%) and Southeast Asians (4%).British Columbia-Wikipedia
    • They comprise a subgroup of East Asian Canadians which is a further subgroup of Asian Canadians.Chinese Canadians-Wikipedia
    • This makes them the largest visible minority group in Canada comprising 25.6% of the visible minority population, followed by East Asian and Black Canadians respectively.South Asian Canadians-Wikipedia
    • Other large groups include Europeans with 26%, Black with 13.9%, Filipino with 3.4%, Latin American with 2.4%, East Asians with 1.5%, and Southeast Asia with 1.4%.Brampton-Wikipedia
    • In recent decades the European and East Asian population have grown with the area witnessing increasing residential development and infill.Queensborough, New Westminster-Wikipedia
    • The largest visible minority groups were South Asian (Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan at 338,960 or 12.6 per cent), East Asian (Chinese at 332,830 or 12.5 per cent), and Black (239,850 or 8.9 per cent).Toronto-Wikipedia

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