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"And if you look at a mixed-family concept where at least one person in the family — not necessarily the parents — is a visible minority and at least one is not, or there's two different visible minorities, it's over 340,000 children that are in that kind of a mixed-family situation."The 2006 census counted 289,400 mixed common-law and married couples involving one visible minority and another non-visible minority or two people from different visible minority groups.