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In 2001 there lived 24,340 Hungarians in Saskatchewan, of whom 24% (5,875 people) claimed to be born in Hungary.
In 1885 the Hungarian immigrants established several settlements in the eastern region of Saskatchewan.
The memorial of János Mráz, in 1895 in Bashaw indicated that there were already 25 Hungarian families, each of which farmed a homestead.
The 1900 Census counted 167 Hungarians in the Lethbridge area.
The bulk of Hungarian immigration occurred after World War II, with the wave peaking after the 1956 Hungarian revolution against communist rule, when over 100,000 Hungarian refugees went to Canada.
The 1956 refugees also lifted the Hungarian population in Canada.
In 1949 a so-called Delhi & Tobacco District Hungarian House was dedicated in Delhi-Tillsonburg, the centre was initiated by Paul Rapai in 1947.
In 1894 a Hungarian settlement was established Rev.
Janos (John) Kovacs in Otthon (which means 'Home').
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The Hungarian-Canadian community is among the country's multiple ethnicities; Canada is one of the top five countries of the Hungarian diaspora.