Colombian Canadians

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Colombian Canadians
Total population
150,580
(by ancestry, 2011 Census)[1]
Regions with significant populations
 Ontario 64,995
 Quebec 56,570
 Alberta 13,270
Languages
English · French · Spanish
Religion
Christianity (Mainly Roman Catholicism), Atheism
Related ethnic groups
Latin American Canadians

Colombian Canadians are Canadian citizens of Colombian descent or Colombian-born people who reside in Canada. They can be Canadian Born citizens who become nationalized in Colombia too. According to the 2011 Census there were 76,580 Canadians who claimed full or partial Colombian ancestry. Colombian Canadians are the largest South American immigrant group in Canada and the second Latin American immigrant group after Mexican Canadians.[1] Of the Colombian Canadians that have been nationalized in Colombia, some are found living in the Antioquia department region. Also, Colombians are one of the fastest growing groups from Latin America. Most of them reside in the province of Ontario followed by Quebec.

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