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2006 Census data was on April 2, 2008, covering ethnic origins and visible minorities and commuting to work ...
... not born in Canada, and 52% were classified as belonging to a visible minority Chinese - 14% South Asian - 10% Black - 9% Arab/West Asian - 5% Filipino - 4% Latin American - 4% Korean - 3% Southeast ... The neighbourhood with the largest percentage of visible minorities in North York is the Grandravine-Yorkwoods area in Jane and Finch with 93% ... Although non-visible minorities are slowly declining over the years moving into the suburbs, Europeans still show a significant presence ...
... of residents identified themselves as visible minorities and more than 10% of residents identified as Aboriginal ... Visible minorities and Aboriginal population Canada 2006 Census Population % of Total Population Visible minority group South Asian 1,780 3.5% Chinese 540 1.1% Black 720 1.4% Filipino 750 1.5% Latin American 570 1.1 ...
... Equity Act of 1995, the definition of visible minority is “members of visible minorities” means persons, other than aboriginal peoples, who are non-Caucasian in race or non-whit ... government uses an operational definition where they classify as visible minorities the following groups Blacks, Chinese, Filipinos, Japanese, Koreans ... groups, according to the explanation given by the Visible Minority Population and Population Group Reference Guide of the 2006 Census, the exception is "In contrast, in accordance with employment equity definitions ...
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“We cannot discuss the state of our minorities until we first have some sense of what we are, who we are, what our goals are, and what we take life to be. The question is not what we can do now for the hypothetical Mexican, the hypothetical Negro. The question is what we really want out of life, for ourselves, what we think is real.”
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