|54,875 (2006 census)
60,000+ (2008 est.)
|Regions with significant populations
|Ontario: Mississauga, Toronto (North York, Scarborough, Etobicoke), Hamilton, Kitchener; Quebec: Montreal, Laval, Quebec City; etc.
|Canadian English, Egyptian Arabic, Quebec French, Coptic, Armenian
|Predominantly: Coptic Orthodox Christianity.
Minorities: Sunni Islam, Coptic Catholic Christianity, Coptic Evangelical Christianity, Melkite Greek Catholic Church, Greek Orthodox Church of Antioch 
Egyptian Canadians are Canadians of Egyptian ancestry, first-generation Egyptian immigrants, or descendants of Egyptians who immigrated to Canada. According to the 2006 Census, there were 54,875 Egyptians in Canada, while more recent estimates by Egyptian Canadian Associations total 60,000 . The largest religious group among Egyptian Canadians are the Coptic Orthodox Christians, who number around 50,000 members in Canada, although there are other groups that have a smaller presence, such as the Sunni Muslims, Coptic Catholic Christians, Coptic Evangelical Christians, Syro-Lebanese Christians, Armenian Egyptians. Most Egyptian Canadians are concentrated in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.
- ^ Ethnic Origin (247), Single and Multiple Ethnic Origin Responses (3) and Sex (3) for the Population of Canada, Provinces, Territories, Census Metropolitan Areas and Census Agglomerations, 2006 Census
- ^ Egyptian Canadian Friendship Association
- ^ a b Canada Free Press: According to the Canadian Coptic Association, there are approximately 50,000 Orthodox Copts in Canada.
- ^ a b Multicultural Canada: the Coptic Orthodox form the largest number of Egyptian Canadians, while there are small - but notable - minorities such as the Catholics and Muslims, respectively
- ^ Magocsi, Paul Robert (1999). Encyclopedia of Canada's Peoples. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. p. 460. ISBN 0802029388.
- ^ 2006 Census Data: Ethnic Groups in Canada