2021 Census data on ethnic diversity, religion, and immigration
18% of Ontario's immigrant population live in Peel.
2021 Census data for ethnic diversity, religion, and immigration is now available.
Notably, it shows that:
- 69% of people in Peel identify with a racialized group — the highest in the GTA.
- 18% of Ontario's immigrant population live in Peel.
You can access this and other useful data on our Census Information Hub (the Hub).
The Hub is a central location for Census data in Peel and supports Peel Region’s Community for Life vision.
You can use the Hub to:
- Easily find data for meetings, reports, and presentations.
- Understand the community with releases on population and dwelling counts, 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 apps.
The Hub uses ArcGIS technology to present Census data in a visually appealing, storytelling style.
Upcoming Census data releases
We’ll keep updating the Hub and we’ll inform you of new releases as more 2021 Census data becomes available.
The next release – featuring data on labour, education, and commuting – is expected in December 2022.
If you have any questions or feedback about the Hub or 2021 Census data in Peel, complete and submit our Feedback form.