Squamish Language Spoken at Home


In Squamish 16.36% of the population speaks a non-official language primarily at home. Most households speak Panjabi (Punjabi). This accounts for about 33.63% of the Squamish non official language speaking population and 5.50% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Spanish primarily at home account for 15.84% of the non official language speaking population and 2.59% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Tagalog (Pilipino,Filipino) primarily at home account for 12.28% of the non official language speaking population and 2.01% of the total Squamish population. People who speak German primarily at home account for 10.32% of the non official language speaking population and 1.69% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Italian primarily at home account for 4.8% of the non official language speaking population and 0.79% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Hindi primarily at home account for 3.38% of the non official language speaking population and 0.55% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Other non-Aboriginal languages primarily at home account for 2.67% of the non official language speaking population and 0.44% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Dutch primarily at home account for 1.96% of the non official language speaking population and 0.32% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Afrikaans primarily at home account for 1.6% of the non official language speaking population and 0.26% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Chinese, n.o.s. primarily at home account for 1.42% of the non official language speaking population and 0.23% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Portuguese primarily at home account for 1.25% of the non official language speaking population and 0.20% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Danish primarily at home account for 1.25% of the non official language speaking population and 0.20% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Swedish primarily at home account for 1.25% of the non official language speaking population and 0.20% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Japanese primarily at home account for 1.25% of the non official language speaking population and 0.20% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Czech primarily at home account for 1.07% of the non official language speaking population and 0.18% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Ilocano primarily at home account for 1.07% of the non official language speaking population and 0.18% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Malay primarily at home account for 1.07% of the non official language speaking population and 0.18% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Korean primarily at home account for 0.89% of the non official language speaking population and 0.15% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Hungarian primarily at home account for 0.71% of the non official language speaking population and 0.12% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Mandarin primarily at home account for 0.71% of the non official language speaking population and 0.12% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Cantonese primarily at home account for 0.53% of the non official language speaking population and 0.09% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Polish primarily at home account for 0.36% of the non official language speaking population and 0.06% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Albanian primarily at home account for 0.36% of the non official language speaking population and 0.06% of the total Squamish population. People who speak Thai primarily at home account for 0.36% of the non official language speaking population and 0.06% of the total Squamish population.

StatisticPercent% of total population
Panjabi (Punjabi)33.63 %5.50 %
Spanish15.84 %2.59 %
Tagalog (Pilipino,Filipino)12.28 %2.01 %
German10.32 %1.69 %
Italian4.80 %0.79 %
Hindi3.38 %0.55 %
Other non-Aboriginal languages2.67 %0.44 %
Dutch1.96 %0.32 %
Afrikaans1.60 %0.26 %
Chinese, n.o.s.1.42 %0.23 %
Portuguese1.25 %0.20 %
Danish1.25 %0.20 %
Swedish1.25 %0.20 %
Japanese1.25 %0.20 %
Czech1.07 %0.18 %
Ilocano1.07 %0.18 %
Malay1.07 %0.18 %
Korean0.89 %0.15 %
Hungarian0.71 %0.12 %
Mandarin0.71 %0.12 %
Cantonese0.53 %0.09 %
Polish0.36 %0.06 %
Albanian0.36 %0.06 %
Thai0.36 %0.06 %
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