Do Hispanics in Canada tend to be White or non-White?
In the US, it's kind of mixed. There are a lot of dark-skinned Hispanics, just like there are a lot of light-skinned Hispanics.
I understand that there are very few Hispanics in Canada. But I was just wondering if the few that are there tend to be White (more Spanish European blood) or dark (more Aztec/Mayan blood).
- ƝɨѕhҠѡeLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
The ones I have met (in Ontario) are mostly from South America. Peruvian, dark-skinned and look indigenous.
I have seen a couple of mexican families who looked mixed.
Generally Hispanics in Canada come from South America.
El Salvador - 13.2%
Mexico - 12.4%
Chile - 8.4%
Peru - 5.9%
Colombia - 5.3%
Guatemala - 4.7%
Argentina - 4.1%
Ecuador - 3.7%
Spain - 3.5%
Nicaragua - 3.2%
- Anonymous9 years ago
Majority of the immigrant hispanics are the mestizos and indigenous.
But there are many white latinos especially if they come form Argentina or Chile.
I see more 'dark-skinned Hispanic' but it's depend who, i am Canadian my self (my Dad from Buenos Aires) and everyone say i look like a Italian plus my last name is like an Italian name,for not to help me