Yemeni Canadians

Yemeni Canadians are Canadians of Yemeni descent or Yemenis who have Canadian citizenship.

Most Yemeni Canadians speak Arabic, English or French. According to the 2016 Census there were 6,645 Canadians who claimed Yemeni ancestry.[2]

Yemeni Canadians
Total population
6,645[1] (2016 Canada Census)
Regions with significant populations
Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver, Montreal
Languages
Arabic (Yemeni Arabic), English and French
Religion
Islam and Judaism

See also

References

  1. ^ Statistics Canada. "Data tables, 2016 Census". Retrieved 6 August 2018.
  2. ^ Statistics Canada. "Data tables, 2016 Census". Retrieved 6 August 2018.
Asian Canadians

Asian Canadians are Canadians who can trace their ancestry back to the continent of Asia or Asian people. Canadians with Asian ancestry comprise the largest and fastest growing visible minority group in Canada, with roughly 17.7% of the Canadian population. Most Asian Canadians are concentrated in the urban areas of Southern Ontario, the Greater Vancouver area, Calgary, and other large Canadian cities.

Asian Canadians considered visible minorities may be classified as East Asian Canadian (e.g. Chinese Canadians, Korean Canadians, Japanese Canadians); South Asian Canadians (e.g. Bangladeshi Canadians, Indian Canadians, Pakistani Canadians, Sri Lankan Canadians); Southeast Asian Canadian (e.g. Filipino Canadians, Vietnamese Canadians); or West Asian Canadians (e.g. Iranian Canadians, Iraqi Canadians, Lebanese Canadians).

List of Canadians of Asian ancestry

This is a list of Canadians of Asian ancestry. Asian Canadians comprise the largest visible minority in Canada, at 11% of the Canadian population.

Yemeni Americans

Yemeni Americans are Americans of Yemeni ancestry. According to an estimate of 2010, more than 20,000 Yemenis live in the United States.

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