Proportion of the populationTable 8 Note 1 who belong to certain groups, Nova Scotia, 2011 (estimated) and 2036 (projected according to seven scenarios)
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|Region||Year||Immigrants||Second generation||Non-Christian religions||Visible minorities (15 to 64 years)||Mother tongue other than English or French||Main regions of birth of immigrants|
|Canada||2011||20.7||17.5||8.8||19.6||20.0||Eastern Asia, Southern Asia|
|2036||24.5 to 30.0||19.7 to 19.8||13.1 to 16.1||34.7 to 39.9||26.1 to 30.6||Southern Asia, Southeast Asia|
|Nova Scotia||2011||5.3||7.4||2.0||5.3||3.9||Northern Europe, Rest of North America|
|2036||7.7 to 10.7||8.4 to 8.7||3.7 to 4.8||11.7 to 14.3||6.9 to 8.8||Northern Europe, West Central Asia and the Middle East|
|Halifax||2011||8.2||9.3||N.A.||9.0||5.9||Northern Europe, West Central Asia and the Middle East|
|2036||12.1 to 16.7||10.6 to 10.8||N.A.||18.4 to 22.3||10.8 to 14.0||West Central Asia and the Middle East, Northern Europe|
|Rest of Nova Scotia||2011||3.3||6.0||N.A.||2.3||2.4||Northern Europe, Rest of North America|
|2036||3.7 to 4.9||6.5 to 6.7||N.A.||4.7 to 5.4||3.3 to 3.9||Northern Europe, Rest of North America|
Sources: Statistics Canada, 2011 National Household Survey (adjusted) and Demosim 2017.
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