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Nearly 2.8 million Canadians (9 per cent of the population) live in other countries, making Canada one of the likliest immigrant-receiving nations to see its own citizens move abroad. Although the majority of these emigrants have moved to Hong Kong, the United Kingdom and the United States, the diaspora is widespread

 

(Courtesy of The Globe and Mail)

 

Nice to see where the majority of them end up.

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Interesting that there are 45,000 Canadians in Lebanon.. explains in part why there is such a demand in air travel to that country.. and a cry for flights to Beirut from Montreal...

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There is 5,046 Canadians living in the Paris region and the other say 6,000 live in other parts of France. What is interesting, there is more US citizens living in Paris then Canadian citizens.

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There is 5,046 Canadians living in the Paris region and the other say 6,000 live in other parts of France. What is interesting, there is more US citizens living in Paris then Canadian citizens.

 

Rien de surprenant. Les Américains sont 10X plus nombreux que les Canadiens.

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Interesting that there are 45,000 Canadians in Lebanon.. explains in part why there is such a demand in air travel to that country.. and a cry for flights to Beirut from Montreal...

 

Alot of lebanese will make it a point to go at least once there a year... so the demand is there for a direct flight.... someone in Ottawa has to let this happen.

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