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There is evidence that interethnic marriages are more likely to end in divorce (Kalmijn, de Graaf, and Janssen, 2005).
2) One can say that by 1991 a small proportion (less than 30%) among the forebears of our populations took part in interethnic marriages.
Literature knows several rules determining or at least influencing interethnic marriages.
To repeat the bias of this article: the presence of artificial Canadians is an indicator of interethnic marriages in the past, and consequently of the degree of integration prevailing in the society.
As such, the argument runs, they are no different from those intergrated through interethnic marriages.