The Great Lakes - St.Lawrence Lowlands is very diverse. The breadth of the multiculturalism provides a unique experience.
Montreal is a bilingual city, as it uses both French and English as its main languages. The largest European ethnicities in Montreal are broken down as: French 23%, Italians 10%, Irish 5%, English 4%, Scottish 3%, and Spanish 2%. By the end of 2012 there will be a population of 1,991,200 with 3.9 million in the Greater Montreal Area. As the population keeps growing, so does the cultural complexity.

Toronto is one of the most diverse cities in the world. It has the second-highest percentage of foreign-born population among world cities. Foreign-born people has made up 49.9% of the population in the past (between 2001 and 2006). English is the main language spoken by Torontonians, but many other languages are spoken. Chinese and Italian are the second and third most widely spoken languages at work. The diversity of Toronto is  reflected in the ethnic neighbourhoods, such as Chinatown, Coroso Italia Greektown, Kensington Market, Koreatown, Little India, Little Italy, Little Jamaica, Little Portugal and Roncesvalles.
Ottawa has a dense population with about 1,680.5 people per km2. Most of the population growth is from relocation. As well, more than 20 percent of the population is foreign-born. About 37% of the population can speak both English and French, making it the largest city in Canada with both languages as co-official languages.

Quebec’s population is around 765,706, according to the 2011 Census. Quebec City is largely Francophone. About 3% of the population is a visible minority. Most residents are native French speakers, as 94.55% of the population speaks French as their mother tongue. Though most people speak French, more than a third can speak both English and French. 

The diverse cultures of these cities allows immigrants to easily transition into their newfound home. Different cultures are accepted and embraced making it the best place for newcomers to settle. As well the low crime and abundance of opportunities offers a great place for people to begin their own Canadian dream.

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