Canada’s diversity looks different from coast to coast. Demographics are reflected in the ethnic media we see, and vice-versa. Cultural and language groups vary from province to province and city to city.
From Arabic to Vietnamese and all the languages in-between, we see the largest concentrations of ethnic media sources in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and Quebec. It’s no surprise that those provinces see the highest number of immigrants, people who are visible minorities, speak a different language and have unique ethnic ancestry.