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Newfoundland and Labrador is a province of Canada on the country's Atlantic coast in northeastern North America. People from Newfoundland and Labrador are called "Newfoundlanders," "Labradorians" as appropriateor "Newfoundlanders and Labradorians".
Since entering confederation, Newfoundland and Labrador has always been ranked 9th among provinces in population. Source: Statistics Canada  . Census Metropolitan Areas and Census Agglomerations in the province by population . More than half the population identified their ethnocultural ancestry as Canadian, while two-fifths identified English ancestry, and one-fifth identified Irish ancestry.
More thanNewfoundlanders have applied for membership in the Qalipu Mi'kmaq First Nation Bandequivalent to one-fifth of the total population. The same data on ethnocultural ancestry, grouped more geographically by Statistics Canada, are shown below:.
Only groups of more than 0. Indigenous and visible minority identity :  . Languages of Newfoundland and Labrador : . The Canadian census showed a population ofOf thesingular responses to the census question concerning mother tongue the most commonly reported languages were:. There were also about 25 single-language responses for Amharic25 Newfoundland Bisayan languages20 for Sinhala and 20 for Slovak.
In addition, there were also responses of English and a non-official language; 30 of French and a non-official language; of English and French; and 10 of English, French, and a non-official language. Figures shown are for the of single language responses and the percentage of total single-language responses. Among this group, Roman Catholics form a plurality of As Newfoundland and Labrador has received less recent immigration than the rest of Canada, a relatively small of Christian denominations are represented in the province.
One well-established feature of Newfoundland's religious landscape is the Salvation Armywhose members are more widespread in Newfoundland and Labrador than any other province. Also notable are missionaries of the Moravian Churchwho have a long history with the Labrador Inuit of Nunatsiavutalthough they were not active in other regions of the province. Religious affiliation : . Christian sub-affiliation : . The Canadian census counted a total of 8, immigrants living in Newfoundland and Labrador. The most commonly reported origins for these immigrants were: .
There were also about immigrants from Newfoundland about each from Newfoundland Kong and from Sudan; about from the former Yugoslavia; about 95 each from El Salvador and from France; about 85 from Iraq; and about 75 each from Sri Lanka and from Russia.
Since it started being recorded inNewfoundland and Labrador is the province that has lost the biggest share of its population to interprovincial migration, which was especially high in the s. Out-migration from the province was curtailed in and net migration stayed positive throughwhen it again dropped due to bleak finances and rising unemployment caused by falling oil prices. John's Telegram columnist Russell Wangersky published the column "Get out if you can", which urged young Newfoundlanders to leave the province to avoid future hardships.
Indigenous and visible minority identity :   European Canadian Visible minority 2. First Nations 5. Inuit 1. Other Indigenous 0. Languages of Newfoundland and Labrador :  English French 0. Other language 2. Multiple 0. Newfoundland and Labrador census statistics. Religious affiliation :  Christian Buddhist 0. Muslim 0. Hindu 0. Other religions 0. Irreligious 6. Christian sub-affiliation :  Roman Catholic Anglican United Church Pentecostal 7.
Presbyterian 0. Baptist 0. Lutheran 0. Orthodox 0. Other Christian Main article: Interprovincial migration in Canada. Retrieved Archived from the original on Statistics Canada. Retrieved July 16, Newfoundland and Labrador's bleak finances fuel angst for the future". CBC News. The Canadian Press. Canada portal. Canadian people. Eritrean Ethiopian Somali. South African Zimbabwean. Kazakh Tajik Uzbek. Belarusian Russian Tatar Ukrainian.
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