2021 Census data on ethnic diversity, religion and immigration
18% of Ontario’s immigrant population lives in Peel.
2021 Census data on ethnic diversity, religion and immigration is now available.
In particular, it shows that:
- 69% of Peel residents identify with a racialized group – the highest in the GTA.
- 18% of Ontario’s immigrant population lives in Peel.
You can access this and other useful data at our Census Information Center (the Center).
The hub is a central location for census data in Peel and supports the Region of Peel Community Vision for Life.
You can use the Hub to:
- Easily find data for meetings, reports, and presentations.
- Understand the community with releases on population and housing numbers, languages, immigration, and more.
- Zoom, filter and select using interactive dashboards and maps.
- Download data.
ArcGIS technology is an engaging online platform that combines geographic data, tools, and applications.
The hub uses ArcGIS technology to present census data in a visually appealing storytelling style.
Upcoming census data releases
We will continue to update the Hub and notify you of new releases as new 2021 Census data becomes available.
The next release – containing data on ethnic diversity, religion and immigration – is expected in December 2022.
If you have any questions or comments about the hub or the 2021 Peel Census data, complete and submit our feedback form.