Canada Chinatowns


In the early 1920s, many Chinese from British Columbia, Vancouver Island and along the Fraser River gravitated to Victoria to make it the first Canadian Chinatown. After the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway, some moved to Alberta, the Prairies and further east forming a string of Chinatowns from Victoria through Calgary, Edmonton, Moose Jaw, Regina, Winnipeg to Toronto and Montreal.

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