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Slovene Canadian

Slovene Canadian
Kanadski Slovenci
Total population
Slovene, English, French
Christianity, Atheism and others
Related ethnic groups
Slovene people, Slovene Americans, Slovene Argentines

A Slovene Canadian (Slovene: Kanadski Slovenci, literally 'Canadian Slovenes') is a Canadian citizen of Slovene descent or a Slovenia-born person who resides in Canada.

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Slovene Canadians by province and territory

Provinces and territories Combined
As single
One of multiple
Ontario 24,340 10,665 13,675
Quebec 2,255 1,170 1,085
Nova Scotia 100 35 65
New Brunswick 50 20 30
Manitoba 870 360 510
British Columbia 4,625 1,610 3,015
Prince Edward Island 20 10 10
Saskatchewan 480 135 345
Alberta 3,055 1,070 1,985
Newfoundland and Labrador 15 15 0
Northwest Territories 20 10 10
Yukon 100 50 50
Nunavut 10 10 0
 Canada 35,940 15,160 20,780

Notable Slovene Canadians

See also


  1. ^ a b c "Population by selected ethnic origins, by province and territory (2006 Census)". 2011-04-07. Retrieved 2014-01-29. 
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