Table 13.12 Foreign-born and visible minority population projections, by census metropolitan area, 2006 and 2031
Table summary
This table displays the results of table 13.12 foreign-born and visible minority population projections foreign-born, visible minority, 2006 and 2031, calculated using % of population units of measure (appearing as column headers).
  Foreign-born Visible minority
  2006 2031 2006 2031
  % of population
Canada 20 26 16 31
St. John's 3 4 2 5
Halifax 7 11 7 12
Moncton 3 5 2 5
Saint John 4 6 3 8
Saguenay 1 2 1 2
Québec 4 7 2 5
Sherbrooke 6 11 4 10
Trois-Rivières 2 5 2 4
Montréal 21 30 16 31
Ottawa–Gatineau (Quebec part) 8 15 6 14
Ottawa–Gatineau (Ontario part) 22 29 19 36
Kingston 12 14 6 11
Peterborough 9 11 3 8
Oshawa 16 19 10 21
Toronto 46 50 43 63
Hamilton 24 27 12 25
St. Catharines–Niagara 18 19 7 14
Kitchener–Cambridge–Waterloo 23 28 14 28
Brantford 12 13 5 10
Guelph 20 25 13 25
London 19 23 11 22
Windsor 23 28 16 33
Barrie 13 13 6 11
Greater Sudbury 7 5 2 5
Thunder Bay 10 8 3 7
Winnipeg 18 24 15 27
Regina 8 10 7 12
Saskatoon 8 10 6 13
Calgary 24 30 22 38
Edmonton 19 22 17 29
Kelowna 15 14 5 10
Abbotsford–Mission 24 29 23 39
Vancouver 40 44 42 59
Victoria 19 20 10 17
Notes: The medium-growth projection scenario combines medium fertility, life expectancy, immigration, immigration observed from 2001 to 2006 and medium internal migration.
Foreign-born population are people who are, or once were, landed immigrants in Canada.
Source: Statistics Canada, Catalogue no. 91-551-X.
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