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Anglo-Indian Canadian

Anglo-Indian Canadian
Total population
Anglo-Indian Canadians
?
Regions with significant populations
Throughout Canada, Winnipeg
Languages
Canadian English, French, British English, Hindi, see Languages of India
Religion
Anglicanism, Presbyterianism, Baptism, Methodism and Roman Catholicism
Related ethnic groups
Indian Canadians, English Canadian, Pakistani Canadian, Tamil Canadian, Indian diaspora

Anglo-Indian Canadian refers to Canadian citizens of Anglo-Indian heritage. Many Anglo-Indian Canadians have roots in the Indian Subcontinent. Some of the earlier generations of Indians have Indian British heritage.

History

Indians from the subcontinent have migrated overseas to many countries such as South Africa, Great Britain, Oceania, Caribbean, North America, and South East Asia due to political conflicts, economic opportunities, education and search of a better life. Indian migration to Canada recently is due to economic opportunities as well as education.[1]

Notable Anglo-Indian Canadians

References

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External links

  • Canadians of Anglo-Indian ethnicity
  • Anglo-Indian Website
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