Join Our Mailing List!

* indicates required

New Public Health info sheets on immigrants

April 1, 2014

Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health has created two info sheets on immigrants and diversity in Wellington Dufferin Guelph.

The first summarizes citizenship and immigration data collected during the 2011 National Household Survey (NHS) for Wellington, Dufferin, and Guelph (WDG). In 2011, there were 41,150 immigrants in WDG, with more than half of all immigrants (24,885 individuals) living in the City of Guelph. WDG was also home to 1,125 non-permanent residents of Canada. More info…

The second presents the ethnic diversity and religion data collected during the 2011 NHS for WDG. In 2011, approximately 9% of individuals in WDG identified as a visible minority. Christianity was the most commonly reported religious affiliation among residents of WDG with 177,595 people identifying as Christian. More info…

Guelph-Wellington Local Immigration Partnership

Guelph-Wellington Local Immigration Partnership