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11K Spanish in Canada

In 2016, 10,695 Spanish immigrants lived in Canada.

Spanish immigrants to Canada (2011)


In 2011, the immigrant population made up 20.6% of the Canadian population, making one in five immigrants.

A total of 9,060 immigrants from Spain in 2011 lived in Canada.

In 2011, about 92% of Spanish immigrants lived in three provinces: Ontario (3,515 or 39%), Quebec (3,455 or 38%) and British Columbia (1,330 or 15%).

In 2011, Montreal was home to the largest Spanish group (3,040 people), followed by Toronto (2,295) and Vancouver (895).


We would like to point out that we used data from the National Household Survey (NHS), knowing that its quality is still being criticized because this survey was carried out on a voluntary basis, i.e. its validity, reliability and comparability with other instruments like the population censuses have become a problem. In fact, Statistics Canada issued warnings and precautions before using the NHS results for the first time when using the NHS data. Use this data wisely.

Citizens from Spain have landed in Canada in recent years

From 2006 to 2015, 2,767 new permanent residents from Spain landed in Canada.

Landing year total
2006 124
2007 136
2008 168
2009 195
2010 174
2011 179
2012 259
2013 330
2014 494
2015 708
2006-2015 2,767
Source: Government of Canada.

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