Newfoundland Immigration by Country

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From 2000 to 2015, 3,993,035 permanent residents landed in Canada.

During this period, Newfoundland was the province of choice of 9,915 immigrants who came from about 150 countries.



Annual immigration to Newfoundland*
Year Total Percentage**
2000 415 0.2%
2001 390 0.2%
2002 405 0.2%
2003 360 0.2%
2004 580 0.2%
2005 495 0.2%
2006 510 0.2%
2007 545 0.2%
2008 625 0.3%
2009 605 0.2%
2010 715 0.3%
2011 685 0.3%
2012 730 0.3%
2013 835 0.3%
2014 900 0.3%
2015 1,120 0.4%
Total 9,915 0.25%
*Intended Destination
**Newfoundland’s share of Canada’s immigration
Source: Government of Canada

During this period, immigrants to Newfoundland and Labrador came from about 80 countries2 and the top ten source countries of  to Newfoundland were China (10.5%), the Philippines (9.8%), the United Kingdom (6.9%), the United States of America (6.1%), India (5.3%), Iraq (3.1%), Pakistan (2.8%), Nigeria (2.8%), Colombia (2.6) and Sudan (2.5%).

In regards to these source countries, the inflow from the Philippines experienced a noticeable growth, and the inflow from the other countries remained about the same during this period.

According to the National Household Survey, in 2011, about 0.14% of the foreign-born populationin Canada resided in Newfoundland (9,150).

2 Country of Citizenship

3 People born outside Canada

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