Mass Immigration Has Turned Visible Minorities into Majorities in Many of Canada’s Electoral Districts

Note that this bulletin consists of a Table compiled by Statistics Canada which used information from the 2006 Census. In 2006, Canada had about 300 federal ridings (electoral districts). Of that number, 24 were classified as Majority Minority. In other words, Canada’s Visible Minorities had become┬á the majority in these 24 ridings.

A table showing more recent information will probably show that the number of Visible Minority-dominated ridings has increased significantly.

Note also that the 24 ridings that are currently dominated by Visible Minorities are in Ontario and B.C. which have received relentless inflows of recent immigrants as a result of Canada’s mass immigration policy.

If senseless mass immigration continues, Canada’s current majority population is projected to become a minority in many larger centres by 2031 at the latest and a probable minority in the entire country not long after. And Canada’s quisling political class cheerleads the news.

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TABLE OF MAJORITY MINORITY ELECTORAL DISTRICTS IN CANADA

Rank Province Riding Visible Minorities Total Population Percentage
1 Ontario Scarborough-Rouge River 117,085 130,555 89.7%
2 Ontario Markham-Unionville 98,860 126,920 77.9%
3 Ontario Scarborough-Agincourt 85,250 111,170 76.7%
4 British Columbia Vancouver South 89,595 118,905 75.4%
5 Ontario Etobicoke North 76,020 107,110 71.0%
6 British Columbia Vancouver Kingsway 81,385 118,775 68.5%
7 Ontario York West 70,425 103,600 68.0%
8 British Columbia Richmond 75,995 113,520 67.0%
9 Ontario Bramalea-Gore-Malton 97,810 152,315 64.2%
10 Ontario Scarborough Centre 65,125 106,470 61.2%
11 Ontario Scarborough-Guildwood 65,760 107,745 61.0%
12 Ontario Mississauga-Brampton South 82,020 135,680 60.5%
13 Ontario Willowdale 76,955 128,595 59.8%
14 Ontario Don Valley East 62,020 108,810 57.0%
15 British Columbia Newton-North Delta 67,020 118,360 56.6%
16 Ontario Brampton-Springdale 74,010 130,950 56.5%
17 British Columbia Burnaby-New Westminster 64,075 117,665 54.5%
18 Ontario Brampton West 91,555 169,510 54.0%
19 British Columbia Surrey North 59,800 110,980 53.9%
20 British Columbia Burnaby-Douglas 57,705 111,200 51.9%
21 Ontario Mississauga-Erindale 74,135 142,895 51.9%
22 Ontario Mississauga East-Cooksville 64,530 126,120 51.2%
23 Ontario York South-Weston 57,785 113,535 50.9%
24 British Columbia Fleetwood-Port Kells 61,560 122,535 50.3%