A member of a visible minority/racialized group in Canada is someone (other than an Aboriginal person as defined in Part C below) who self-identifies as non-white in colour or non-Caucasian in racial origin, regardless of birthplace or citizenship. Members of ethnic or national groups (such as Portuguese, Italian, Greek, etc.) are not considered to be racially visible unless they also meet the criteria above. Visible minority/racialized group members in Canada include, but are not limited to, those individuals who identify as non-white in colour or non-Caucasian in racial origin, and belong to one of the following;
Black (e.g., African, American, Canadian, Caribbean); Chinese; Filipino; Japanese; Korean; Indigenous persons from outside North America; South Asian/East Indian (e.g., Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Indian from India, East Indian from Guyana, Trinidadian, Sri Lankan, East African); South East Asian (e.g., Burmese, Cambodian/Kampuchean, Laotian, Malaysian, Thai, Indonesian, Vietnamese); non-white West Asian (e.g., Iranian, Lebanese, Afghan); non-white North African (e.g., Egyptian, Libyan); Arab; non-white Latin American (including indigenous persons from Central and South America); persons of mixed ancestry (with at least one parent in one of the visible minority groups listed above).
Do you consider yourself a member of a visible minority/racialised group in Canada?