Toronto had the largest Black population in the country, with 442,015 people or 36.9% of Canadas Black population. It was followed by Montréal, Ottawa–Gatineau, Edmonton and Calgary, each home to at least 50,000 Black people.
Which city in Canada has the largest Black population?
Preston, in the Halifax area, is the community with the highest percentage of Black people, with 69.4%; it was a settlement where the Crown provided land to Black Loyalists after the American Revolution. According to the 2011 Census, 945,665 Black Canadians were counted, making up 2.9% of Canadas population.
Where do most African live in Canada?
Most live in four provinces The African population in Canada is concentrated primarily in Ontario, Quebec, British Columbia, and Alberta. Indeed, in 2001, 92% of all those who identified themselves as having African ethnic origins lived in one of these provinces.
What is the best part of Canada?
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What race is Canadian?
Ethnic ancestryEthnic origin%PopulationCanadian32.32%11,135,965English18.34%6,320,085Scottish13.93%4,799,010French13.55%4,670,5959 more rows