Vancouver has more interracial couples and less residential segregation than Canada's two largest cities, Toronto and Montreal. In total, 7.2% of married and common-law couples in Greater Vancouver are interracial; double the Canadian average of 3.2%, and higher than in Toronto (6.1%) and Montreal (3.5%).
In the city of Vancouver, 47.1% of the population are members of visible minority groups as of the 2001 Census.
|Canada 2006 Census||Population|| % of Total
|Mixed visible minority||7,320||1.3|
|Other visible minority||990||0.2|
Read more about this topic: Demographics Of Vancouver, Ethnic Origin, Tables of Ethnicities (for Census Metropolitan Area)
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