20 Largest Ethnic Groups in Toronto

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Percentage of Total Population
Ethnic Group
1. 14.1%
English
2. 13.2%
Canadian
3. 10.8%
Chinese
4. 10.4%
East Indian
5. 9.9%
Scottish
6. 9.8%
Irish
7. 8.6%
Italian
8. 4.8%
German
9. 4.5%
French
10. 4.5%
Filipino
Percentage of Total Population
Ethnic Group
11. 3.9%
Polish
12. 3.6%
Portuguese
13. 3.2%
Jamaican
14. 2.5%
Jewish
15. 2.4%
Ukrainian
16. 2.1%
Russian
17. 1.9%
Spanish
18. 1.9%
Sri Lankan
19. 1.9%
British Isles Origin (other)
20. 1.8%
Dutch
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Level 30
Feb 13, 2016
Haha
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Level 68
Dec 31, 2016
Your percentages when added up are more than 100 percent, that doesn't make sense.
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Level 30
May 3, 2017
The reason is because some people fall into two or more groups. For example, since my dad is European and my mom is Chinese, I would put "Chinese", "English", Scottish", "Irish", "Welsh" and maybe even "Canadian" on the census. So it would look like five or six different people, but in reality, it's just one person.
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Level 60
Mar 18, 2022
Dafuq is Canadian? I doubt 13.2% of Toronto is First Nations.
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Level 30
May 28, 2022
This is according to the 2011 Canadian census. Ethnicity is self-reported, so 13.2% of people put "Canadian" as their ethnicity. Usually this is people who are of Anglo-descent but have been in Canada for several generations and don't know how much English/Irish/Scottish ancestry they might have. People of other backgrounds sometimes put "Canadian" as well, for example it is the main ethnicity reported by Quebecois, who are mostly French descent but often identify more as "Canadian" since they have lived here for 400 years.