According to a 2010 Pew research, 8 percent of US marriages are interracial, while Statistics Canada reports that about 4 percent of Canadian marriages are interracial.
The vast majority of those marriages are with one Asian partner.
Across Canada the statistics agency said the proportion of inter-ethnic couples has “gradually increased” — at the rate of about one percentage point each decade.
But times are changing everywhere and most people today believe love can bloom between any two people.
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The total number of mixed unions in Canada in 2011 was 360,000, or 4.6 per cent of the population.
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