Infographic 7
Mandarin is the main non-official language spoken predominantly at home in Toronto and Vancouver, while in Montréal, it is Spanish and Arabic

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The title of the infographic is "Mandarin is the main non-official language spoken predominantly at home in Toronto and Vancouver, while in Montréal, it is Spanish and Arabic"

The infographic presents three donut charts that are each divided into five sections. These charts show the distribution of the population who spoke a language other than English or French predominantly at home in 2021 by language spoken, in the large urban centres of Toronto, Vancouver, and Montréal.

In Toronto, the distribution of the population who spoke predominantly a language other than English or French at home by language spoken was as follows: Mandarin (13%), Yue (Cantonese) (11%), Punjabi (10%), Urdu (6%), and other languages (61%).

In Vancouver, the distribution of the population who spoke predominantly a language other than English or French at home by language spoken was as follows: Mandarin (21%), Punjabi (19%), Yue (Cantonese) (18%), Korean (6%), and other languages (36%).

In Montréal, the distribution of the population who spoke predominantly a language other than English or French at home by language spoken was as follows: Spanish (16%), Arabic (16%), Mandarin (8%), Italian (5%), and other languages (55%).

Note(s): These charts show the distribution of the population that spoke predominantly another language at home, by language spoken, in the large urban centres of Toronto, Vancouver, and Montréal.

Source(s): Census of Population, 2021 (3901).

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