Bangladeshi Canadians

Asian Canadians French language Northwestern European Canadians
Bangladeshi Canadians
Canadiens Bangladais (French)
Total population
~90,000[1] (.44% of Canadian population) (2016)
Regions with significant populations
Scarborough Southwest, Toronto, Greater Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary, Ottawa
Languages
English · French  · Bengali · Chittagonian  · Sylheti
Religion
Islam · Hinduism · Buddhism · Christianity
Related ethnic groups
Bangladeshi diaspora, Indo-Canadians, Pakistani Canadians, Asian Canadians

Bangladeshi Canadians (French: Canadiens Bangladais) are Canadian citizens of Bangladeshi descent, first-generation Bangladeshi immigrants, or descendants of Bangladeshis who emigrated to Canada. The term may also refer to people who hold dual Bangladeshi and Canadian citizenship.

Demographics

While there are no recent official data, however according to the Statistics Canada (2020)[2] there are 100,000 Bangladeshi origin Canadians. Some references shows fewer of Bangladesh origin in Canada. The unofficial number of Bangladeshi Canadians as of 2016 is anywhere from 50,000 - 100,000.[3] Most of the Bangladeshi origin population concentrated in Greater Toronto area and Montreal.

Landing year Total landed
2006 4012
2007 2897
2008 2939
2009 2106
2010 4721
2011 2694
2012 2634
2013 3792
2014 2231
2015 3305
2016 3230
2017 3190
2018 3205
2006-18 40956

From 2006 to 2018, 40,956 new permanent residents from Bangladesh landed in Canada.[4]

Notable Bangladeshi-Canadians

See also

References

  1. ^ User, Super. "Bangladesh Diaspora in Canada". www.bdhcottawa.ca.
  2. ^ Template:Https://www.bdhcottawa.ca/bilateral-relations/bangladesh-diaspora-in-canada
  3. ^ "BC - Brown Canada". www.browncanada.com. Archived from the original on 2017-08-19. Retrieved 2016-08-25.
  4. ^ "Bangladeshi Immigrants to Canada - Statistics - Immigration Trends". canadaimmigrants.com.