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Since montreall, an increasing of new immigrants from Africa have been coming to Canada; they have also immigrated to the United States and Europe. Over the next decades, several hundred thousand Afro-Caribbeans came from that region, becoming the predominant black population in Canada. West Indian women, from both ebony montreal Francophone and Anglophone Caribbean, came to Montreal after the Domestic Immigration Program of was established.