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By the third generation, it spikes to a stunning 68 per cent.
The next time a wedding motorcade honks at you, check out the newlyweds: more often than not, the happy couple will be crossing ethnic boundaries.
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According to the latest Statistics Canada data, nearly twice as many Toronto couples are in mixed marriages, legal and common law, as the rest of Canadians, 7.1 per cent versus 3.9 per cent.
That number covers all existing unions, including dusty old ones like mine.
his fall, my husband and I will mark the 34th anniversary of our Chinese-Jewish marriage. It took 14 years—and the birth of our first child—before she quit running in hysterics from her house whenever my husband dropped by.
Back in 1976, some folks (OK, my parents) fretted it would never last. (I’m not kidding.) Yet in 2010, not only am I still married, with two fairly acceptable sons, I find myself living in the mixed-marriage capital of Canada.