Question: What is the majority race in Toronto?

According to the 2016 Census, the racial composition of Toronto was: White: 50.2% East Asian: 12.7% (10.8% Chinese, 1.4% Korean, 0.5% Japanese) South Asian: 12.3%

What is the majority race in Ontario?

At the 2011 census, the racial and ethnic composition of Ontario was 71.7% white, 25.9% visible minority groups and 2.4% Aboriginal groups (1.6% First Nations, 0.7% Metis, 0.1% other Aboriginal). The visible minority groups include: South Asian: 7.6% Chinese: 5%

Where is the largest Black population in Canada?

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.

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