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Neither is Black or Asian, actually; Arab is but only in a really broad sense, not a national(ity) one....In somewhere that's so overwhelmingly white it makes sense to break thigns down by actual ETHNIC (not racial/visible minority) group as here on the HRM Demographics section; I'd say relevant in NS ,t at least as much as with religion, is the distribution of Celtic vs English vs French and notable in HRM also is a German element I believe; but hte census-area link on this page jsut goes to HRM. What are the sources for the figures on the riding? Are they only broken down by racial group, or is the census table for the riding more complete and also includes the ethnicity breakdown?Skookum1 (talk) 23:39, 4 November 2008 (UTC)