Statistics

Canada Immigration by Province

S CanadaImmigration2013 ♦ In 2013, 258,619 permanent immigrants landed in Canada, compared with 257,894 one year earlier.

Read more


Temporary Foreign Workers by Source Country

TFWs source countries ♦ In Canada, the number of temporary foreign workers (TFWs) increased 451% from 61,323 in 1987 to 338,221 in 2012.

Read more


Canada's Aging Population

Dependencyratioscanada ♦ In Canada, the number of seniors aged 65 and over increased 212% from 1,724,460 in 1971 to 5,379,622 in 2013; accounting for 7.9% and 15.3% of the total population respectively.

Read more


Victoria Immigration: UK, USA, China

S Victoria Immigration ♦ In 2011, Victoria, CMA, British Columbia was home of the 13th largest immigration population in Canada.

Read more


London Immigrants: UK, Portugal, Poland

Londonimmigrants In 2011, London, CMA, Ontario was home of the tenth largest immigration population in Canada.

Read more


Winnipeg Immigrants: Philippines, India, UK

S WinnipegImmigrants ♦ In 2011, one in five or 20.6% of Winnipeg’s population were immigrants.

Read more


Hamilton Immigrants: UK, Italy, India

S HamiltonImmigrants ♦ In 2011, 232,195 immigrants accounted for 23.5% of Hamilton’s population.

Read more


Canada: Immigrant Children

S ImmigrantChildren ♦ Immigrant children* represented about 26% of immigrants who arrived in Canada in the 1960s, 24% in the 1970s and 21% in the 1980s.

Read more


Edmonton Immigrants: Philippines, India, China

S Edmonton Immigration ♦ In 2011, 232,195 immigrants accounted for 20.4% of Edmonton’s population, and they represented 6.5% of Alberta’s population.

Read more


Calgary Immigrants: Philippines, India, China

S Calgary Immigration ♦ In 2011, a total of 313,880 immigrants accounted for 26.2% of Calgary’s population, and they represented 8.8% of Alberta’s population.

Read more


Vancouver Immigrants: China, India, Philippines

S Vancouver Immigration ♦ In 2011, a total of 913,310 immigrants accounted for 40% of Vancouver’s population, and they represented 21% of British Columbia’s population.

Read more


Montreal Immigration: Haiti, Italy, France

S Montreal Immigration ♦ In 2011, a total of 846,645 immigrants accounted for 23% of Montreal’s population, and they represented 11% of Quebec’s population.

Read more


Toronto Immigration: India, China, Philippines

S Toronto Immigration ♦ A total of 2,537,410 foreign-born people accounted for 46% of Toronto’s population (almost 5 out of 10 people were immigrants), and they represented 20.1% of Ontario’s population.

Read more


Canada: Wages of Immigrants and Canadian-born Workers

S WagesNHS Dec13 Workers aged 25 to 54 with university education employed full year and full-time:

Read more


Canada: Foreign-born population by Country of Birth

S NSH Forborn Dec13 In 2011, the immigrant population comprised 20.6% of Canada's population. In other words, in Canada, one in five people were immigrants.

Read more


Canada's Foreign-born Population

S For bornCMAs Dec13 Immigrants in major Canadian cities: Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary, Ottawa-Gatineau, Edmonton, Hamilton

Read more


Refugee Claimants

S RefClaim ♦ On December 2012, despite the fact that Mexico remained as the top source country for refugee claimants to Canada (7,944 claimants), the number of Mexican claimants was 62 percent down from the highest number (21,118) observed in 2009.

Read more


International Students in Canada

S IntStudents ♦ A total of 265,404 international students were present on December 1st 2012. The largest groups were the Chinese representing 30 percent or 80,638 students, followed by India (10 percent), and students from the Republic of Korea (7.2 percent).

Read more


Immigration to Canada 1852-2012

PR1852 2012 Immigration to Canada has experienced periods of boom and bust. These were largely driven by other countries' situations and Canada’s own. From 1852 to 2012, Canada registered the largest intake of 400,870 immigrants in the year of 1913 and the lowest (6,276 people) in 1860.

Read more


International Migration 2013

S IntMig2013 In 2013, the United Nations estimated that more than 231.5 million people (3 percent of the world's population) live outside their country of birth. In absoulte numbers, the United States of America, the Russian Federation and Germany attracted the most.

Read more


Canada Immigration: Top Source Countries

S ImmigrantCountries2012 ♦ In 2012, Canada received 257,287 newcomers -an increase of 3.4% from 248,748 in 2011.

Read more


Permanent residents 1987-2012

Per Res87 2012 Canada: Permanent residents by immigration class: economic, family and refugees.

Read more


Temporary foreign workers 1987-2012

Stats May30 13 ♦ In Canada, the number of temporary foreign workers increased 451% from 61,323 in 1987 to 338,189 in 2012.

Read more


The Canadian Magazine of Immigration © 2014