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Canadians of Arab origin make up one of the largest non-European ethnic group in Canada. In 2001, almost 350,000 people of Arab origin lived in Canada, representing 1.2% of the total Canadian population.

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Table 7Average incomes of the Arab community and overall Canadian population, by age group and sex, 2000
In contrast, Canadians of Arab origin are less likely than those in the overall population to be either seniors or approaching retirement age. In 2001, people aged 65 and over made up only 5% of those who reported an Arab origins, compared with 12% of all Canadians. Similarly, 16% of people who reported Arab origin were aged 45 to 64, versus 24% of the overall population.


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The seeds of these dreams are often found in books and the seeds you help plant in your community can grow across the world.”
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According to the Ethnic Diversity Survey, a large majority of Canadians of Arab origin feel a strong sense of belonging to Canada. In 2002, 88% of those who reported Arab origin said that they had a strong sense of belonging to Canada. At the same time, 52% said that they had a strong sense of belonging to their ethnic or cultural group.

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If not, give it up and assimilate into white Canadian culture." (paragraph 16.) This example shows how the natives were discriminated by white people, by using the word assimilate (meaning to absorb and integrate peoples ideas, or culture)
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-Aboriginal women (First Nations, Inuit and Métis) are more than eight times more likely to be killed by their partner(spouse) than non-Aboriginal women.

-48% Aboriginal women are 3.5 times more likely to be victims of violence compared to non-Aboriginal women.

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“When I was growing up in the hills of East Tennessee, I knew my dreams would come true. I know there are children in your community with their own dreams. They dream of becoming a doctor or an inventor or a minister. Who knows, maybe there is a little girl whose dream is to be a writer and singer.

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“I was also amazed by their spirit of teamwork. Many of them had never met each other before the camp, but they collaborated with each other very well. Even kids from other groups at the campground were influenced by our kids. They played and worked together as best friends.”

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Young people of Arab origin are also considerably more likely than other young Canadians to be attending school. In 2001, 74% of young people of Arab origin aged 15 to 24 were enrolled in a full-time educational program, compared with 57% of all Canadians in this age group.