Figure 2
Growth rate (in percentage) of age groups between 2006 and 2011, Canada

Description

This figure shows the growth, in percentage, of age groups in Canada between 2006 and 2011. Overall, the population growth rate for Canada was 5.9%. For the different age groups, the growth rate was 11.0% for those aged 0 to 4, 0.0% for those 5 to 9, -7.7% for those 10 to 14, 1.8% for those 15 to 19, 5.1% for those 20 to 24, 9.3% for those 25 to 29, 7.1% for those 30 to 34, -1.6% for those 35 to 39, -10.9 for those 40 to 44, 2.1% for those 45 to 49, 12.8% for those 50 to 54, 12.3% for those 55 to 59, 29.1% for those 60 to 64, 23.3% for those 65 to 69, 9.4% for those 70 to 74, 4.9% for those 75 to 79, 8.6% for those 80 to 84, 24.6% for those 85 to 89, 22.4% for those 90 to 94, 24.0% for those 95 to 99, and 25.7% for those 100 and over.

Figure 2

Sources: Statistics Canada, censuses of population, 2006 and 2011.

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