Visible Majorities: Mapping Visible Minority Clusters in Metro Vancouver

Did you know that 1,030,335 out of 2,280,695 people living in Metro Vancouver self-identified as being a visible minority in 2011? That is 45% or nearly a majority! This map shows 1 dot for every single visible minority person recorded on the 2011 National Household Survey collected by Statistics Canada:

You can also click or scroll on the interactive version of this map below to explore local clusters:


This project is an update to my past work using dot-density visualization to display immigration data from the 2006 Census of Population.