Immigrants by Source Country 2014

Canada immigrants by source country 2014

From 2005 to 2014, 2,556,813 new permanent residents have landed in Canada.

In 2014, Canada received 260,404 new permanent residents -an increase of 0.5% from 248,748 in 2013.

In 2014, the top source countries of immigration to Canada were the Philippines, India, China, Iran and Pakistan. In fact, in 2014, immigration from these countries accounted for 50 percent of the annual intake.



In the past 10 years, China, India and Philippines have been the top three sources of immigration to Canada.

From 2005 to 2014, 320,622 Indians, 314,090 Chinese, and 289,113 Filipinos have moved to Canada as permanent residents.

USA, UK, France, Mexico, South Korea, Nigeria, Iraq, Algeria, Haiti, Egypt, Jamaica, Colombia, Sri Lanka, Ukraine and Viet Nam were also in the top 20 sources of immigration to Canada in 2014.

In 2014, Canada received between 1,000 and 2,000 new permanent residents from each of the following countries:

Eritrea (1,977), Republic of Ireland (1,977), Brazil (1,915), Israel (1,896), Russia (1,780), Democratic Republic of Congo (1,749), Romania (1,552), Republic of Ivory Coast (1,532), Democratic Republic of Somalia (1,491), Afghanistan (1,490), Venezuela (1,483), Tunisia (1,474), Ethiopia (1,340), Australia (1,295), Federal Republic of Germany (1,273), Nepal (1,220), Jordan (1,158), Japan (1,127), Cuba (1,080), Republic of and South Africa (1,001).

Source:

Citizenship and Immigration Canada

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