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The Toronto couple was featured on Crazy For Love, a series airing on Vision TV profiling mixed-union couples in Canada.More than 340,000 children in Canada are growing up in mixed-race families, a new report from Statistics Canada reveals, and the number of mixed unions is growing much more quickly than that of other partnerships.Increasing numbers of mixed ethnocultural unions and international adoption mean five per cent of children in two-parent families in Canada now live in diverse households, said Anne Milan, senior analyst and co-author of the report, released Tuesday."There's close to 294,000 children that have mixed-union parents," she said.Cities such as Saguenay and Trois-Rivieres, Que., Quebec City, Moncton, Saint John, N.B., Thunder Bay and Barrie, Ont., all have small visible minority populations but 40 per cent or more of their coupled-off visible minority residents have partnered with people outside their group."Part of that is because if you are part of a very small group, the chances of you meeting someone outside that group are probably a little larger," Milan said.--Findings of the Statistics Canada report:- Japanese had the highest proportion of marrying or partnering outside their visible minority group, with 75 per cent of those coupled off choosing a non-Japanese partner.