European Immigrants to Canada
From 2005 to 2014, 2,556,813 permanent residents landed in Canada.
The UK and Colonies, France, Romania, Germany, Ukraine, Moldova, Poland, Bulgaria, Albania and The Netherlands were the top ten European source countries accounting for 9.4% of total immigration during this period.
Ireland, Portugal, Italy, Hungary, Belarus, Belgium, Serbia and Montenegro, Switzerland, Republic of Serbia, Spain, Macedonia, Republic of Slovak, Czech Republic and Sweden also made it to the top 25 European source countries representing 1.8% of total immigration during the same period.
From 2005 to 2014, annual immigration from these countries experienced the significant percentage growth: Republic of Serbia, Kosovo, Ireland, Cyprus, Spain, Iceland and Greece.
During the same period, annual immigration from these countries experienced the highest percentage decrease: Serbia and Montenegro, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Belarus, Romania.