Between myths and realities what is immigrants’ reality?
 

Where do they live?

Essentially, the absolute majority of foreign-born people live in four provinces: in Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec and Alberta. And most immigrants live in census metropolitan areas.
Seven out of 10 people lived in the three largest census metropolitan areas (CMAs): Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver (or MTV as it they are sometimes referred to).
In 2011, of the 6.8 million immigrants living in Canada, the vast majority (91 per cent) resided in one of Canada’s 33 census metropolitan areas (CMAs).
As for the Canadian-born population, this proportion is 63.3 per cent.

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