Table 3
Census agglomerations with the highest population growth between 2006 and 2011

Description The table shows the results of Table 3 “Census agglomerations with the highest population growth between 2006 and 2011�. The data are presented according to Rank (title row) Name, Province / Territory, Population and Growth rate, calculated using 2006, 2011 population and 2006 to 2011 growth rate in %, (as shown in the column header).
Table 3 Census agglomerations with the highest population growth between 2006 and 2011
Rank Name Province/Territory Population Growth rate
2006 to 2011 (%)
2006 2011
Sources: Statistics Canada, censuses of population, 2006 and 2011.
1 Okotoks Alberta 17,150 24,511 42.9
2 Wood Buffalo Alberta 52,643 66,896 27.1
3 Steinbach Manitoba 11,066 13,524 22.2
4 High River Alberta 10,716 12,920 20.6
5 Strathmore Alberta 10,280 12,305 19.7
6 Sylvan Lake Alberta 10,703 12,762 19.2
7 Grande Prairie Alberta 47,107 55,032 16.8
8 Cold Lake Alberta 11,991 13,839 15.4
9 Squamish British Columbia 15,256 17,479 14.6
10 Lloydminster Alberta 27,023 30,798 14.0
11 Whitehorse Yukon 22,898 26,028 13.7
12 Chilliwack British Columbia 82,465 92,308 11.9
13 Lethbridge Alberta 95,196 105,999 11.3
14 Collingwood Ontario 17,290 19,241 11.3
15 Camrose Alberta 15,630 17,286 10.6