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South Sudanese Canadians

Sudanese Canadians
Total population
16,595 (Combined North Sudan and South Sudan by ancestry, Dinka ancestry: 715 2011 Census)[1]
Regions with significant populations
Found in Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto.
Languages
Religion
Christians, Islam and Practitioners of traditional South Sudan´s religions.

Sudanese Canadians are Canadians of Sudanese or South Sudanese ancestry or a Sudanese or South Sudanese who has Canadian citizenship. Sudanese Canadians can also include children born in Canada to a Canadian parent and Sudanese parent. Sudanese Canadians have emigrated to the Canada in the 1980s and 1990s as war refugees.

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