By birth: 43,655
By ancestry: 63,965 (0.2%) [1 ]
Regions with significant populations
Ontario 28,765 (0.23%)
Quebec 16,635 (0.22%)
British Columbia 7,565 (0.17%)
Alberta 6,900 (0.19%)
Manitoba 3,125 (0.27%)
English, French, Spanish.
Roman Catholicism, Protestantism
Related ethnic groups
Salvadoran people, Mestizo, Spanish people, Latin, Native Americans.
Salvadoran Canadians (French: Salvadorienne Canadienne; Spanish: Salvadoreño Canadiense) are Canadians who have ancestry from El Salvador, a Central American country. Per the National Household Survey in 2011, 63,965 Canadians indicated that they were of full or partial Salvadoran ancestry (0.2% of the country's population). [1 ]
Demographics [ edit ]
The province with the highest concentration of people of Salvadoran ancestry is
Manitoba, which is 0.3% Salvadoran Canadian. The province with highest number of people with Salvadoran ancestry is Ontario, with 29,000 Salvadorean Canadians. The cities in Canada with the highest concentration of Salvadoran Canadians are: [1 ] Brandon, Manitoba (2.3%), Kitchener, Ontario (1.1%), Montreal, Quebec (0.7%), London, Ontario (0.7%), New Westminster, British Columbia (0.7%), Toronto, Ontario (0.4%), Edmonton, Alberta (0.4%), Brampton, Ontario (0.4%), Burnaby, British Columbia (0.4%), Vancouver, British Columbia (0.3%), Ottawa, Ontario (0.3%), and Winnipeg, Manitoba (0.3%). [1 ]
History [ edit ]
In 2002, immigrants from El Salvador came to Brandon, Manitoba to work for a food processing company.
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References [ edit ]