geography (population)

posted by Dawn

Hello...uh yeah I have this one question i'm not really understanding....this is the question

List the 5 largest immigrant populations in Canada and their population.


yeah...I don't actually even understand the quesiton!.....like...Immigrant population? uh?!

help me please!! thanks a lot :)

  1. Ms. Sue

    The immigrant population are those people who were born outside of Canada. Check this site to see where these immigrants originated.

    http://migration.ucdavis.edu/mn/more.php?id=45_0_2_0

  2. Ms. Sue

    This site lists the number of immigrants from the major countries.

    http://www.gmanews.tv/story/73400/RP-3rd-highest-source-of-immigrants-to-Canada

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