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The Greek Community of Toronto is made up by Greek immigrants and their descendants living in the largest city of Canada.
According to the Canada 2016 Census, the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is home to 99,145 Greek Canadians (1.69% of its total population), making it the metropolitan area with the highest concentration of Greeks in the country.
The GTA cities and towns by population of Greek Canadians are as follows, according to 2016 Census: 
|Bradford West Gwillimbury||370||1.06|
The GTA ridings (Federal electoral districts) with the highest percentage of Greek Canadians are as follows, according to 2016 Census: 
|Don Valley East||3,785||4.06|
|Don Valley West||2,430||2.39|
|Don Valley North||2,590||2.37|
|Aurora--Oak Ridges--Richmond Hill||2,660||2.33|
Greek is the 20th most commonly spoken language in the Toronto CMA, with 41,225 people (0.7% of the population) speaking Greek (2016 Census).
In the City of Toronto per se, Greek is the 17th most common ethnic origin, being claimed by 57,425 people (2.1% of the population), as per 2016 Census.
Furthermore, as designated by the City of Toronto 2006 Census data (total responses), Greek is the top ethnic origin in the Broadview North neighborhood (15% of the population).
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