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Arab Canadians

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Arab Canadians (French: les Canadiens Arabes) come from all of the countries of the Arab world. According to the 2016 Census there were 948,330 Canadians who claimed Arab ancestry.[1] According to the 2011 Census there were 661,750 Canadians who claimed full or partial ancestry from an Arabic-speaking country.[2] The large majority of the Canadians of Arab origin population live in either Ontario or Quebec. Not all Canadians from the Arab world are Arabs, there are also communities of Armenians, Assyrians, Copts, Kurds, Turcomans, Berbers, and those who espouse a Phoenician or Aramean heritage (see Phoenicianism and Arameanism).

2011 Census

The distribution of the Arab population of Canada according to the 2001 Census, 2011 Census, and 2016 Census was as follows:

Province or territory Arabs 2001 % 2001 Arabs 2011 % 2011 Arabs 2016 % 2016
 Québec 73,345 1.0% 166,260 2.2% 213,740 2.7%
 Ontario 88,545 0.8% 151,645 1.2% 210,435 1.6%
 Alberta 19,320 0.7% 34,920 1.0% 56,700 1.4%
 British Columbia 6,605 0.2% 14,090 0.3% 19,840 0.4%
 Nova Scotia 3,610 0.4% 6,285 0.7% 8,110 0.9%
 Manitoba 1,230 0.1% 3,240 0.3% 5,030 0.4%
 Saskatchewan 900 0.1% 2,095 0.2% 4,300 0.4%
 New Brunswick 580 0.1% 1,380 0.2% 2,960 0.4%
 Newfoundland and Labrador 270 0.1% 370 0.1% 1,375 0.3%
 Prince Edward Island 175 0.0% 200 0.1% 585 0.4%
 Northwest Territories 80 0.2% 110 0.3% 100 0.2%
 Nunavut 10 0.0% 15 0.0% 40 0.1%
 Yukon 10 0.0% 0 0.0% 10 0.0%
 Canada 194,685 0.7% 380,620[1] 1.2% 523,235[1] 1.5%

By Arabic-speaking country

Country 2016[2]
 Lebanon 219,555
 Morocco 103,940
 Egypt 99,140
 Syria 77,045
 Iraq 70,925
 Algeria 67,335
 Somalia 62,550
 Palestine 44,820
 Tunisia 25,645
 Sudan 19,960
 Jordan 14,250
 Mauritania 9,325
 Libya 7,740
 Saudi Arabia 6,810
 Yemen 3,945
 Kuwait 2,235
 Djibouti 1,710
Arab League Arab, n.o.s. 111,400
 Canada total 948,330

Notable individuals

Business

Politicians

Political activists

Filmmakers

Singers

  • Paul Anka - singer (of Syrian descent)
  • Belly - rap/hip hop artist (of Palestinian descent)
  • Andy Kim - pop singer/songwriter (of Lebanese descent)
  • K.Maro - rapper (of Lebanese descent)
  • Kristina Maria - rapper (of Lebanese descent)
  • Massari - pop and hip-hop singer (of Lebanese descent)
  • Nasri - reggae and pop singer (of Palestinian descent)
  • Narcy - rapper (of Iraqi descent)
  • Vaï - rapper, hip hop singer (of Moroccan descent)
  • Karl Wolf - singer (of Lebanese descent)
  • Zaho - singer (of Algerian descent)

Sportsmen

Others

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d Statistics Canada. "2016 Immigration and Ethnocultural Diversity Highlight Tables: Data tables". Retrieved 11 February 2014.
  2. ^ a b Statistics Canada. "2011 National Household Survey: Data tables". Retrieved 11 February 2014.
  3. ^ "Le Devoir". ledevoir.com.

External links

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