Canada’s rich cultural tapestry is woven from a diverse array of backgrounds and languages, drawing from its more than 8.6 million immigrants. This vibrant mosaic continues to grow, according to the latest Canadian Census data used by a US-based e-learning firm. The top 10 most diverse cities in Canada are Kitchener, Wrinkler, Guelph, Squamish, London, Abbotsford, Charlottetown, Brandon, Hamilton, and Oshawa. These cities are emerging as multicultural hubs thanks to the continuous influx of immigrants. The study took into account five main criteria to identify and rank the most diverse areas in Canada: the percentage of immigrant residents, the growth of the immigrant population from 2011-15 to 2016-21, the percentage of in-migrants, the proportion of first-language speakers of non-official languages, and the percentage of individuals speaking non-official languages at home.