Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, census divisions, and census subdivisions (municipalities), 2011 and 2006 censuses

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This table presents the 2011 and 2006 population counts and the 2011 dwelling counts, land area, population density and population ranking for Canada, the census divisions and census subdivisions at both the national and provincial or territorial levels by a selected province or territory. It also shows the percentage change in the population counts between 2006 and 2011.

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Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, census divisions, and census subdivisions (municipalities), 2011 and 2006 censuses
Geographic name Type1 Population Private dwellings, 2011 Land area in square kilometres, 2011 Population density per square kilometre, 2011 CD/CSD population rank, 2011
2011 2006 % change Total Occupied by usual residents National Prov. / Terr.
Note:
  1. Census subdivisions (CSDs) are classified into 54 types according to official designations adopted by provincial/territorial or federal authorities. Two exceptions are 'subdivision of unorganized' (SNO) in Newfoundland and Labrador, and 'subdivision of county municipality' (SC) in Nova Scotia, which are geographic areas created as equivalents for municipalities by Statistics Canada, in cooperation with those provinces, for the purpose of disseminating statistical data.
Geographic name: alpha sort Z to A Geographic name: alpha sort A to Z   Population, 2011 - total: sort highest to lowest Population, 2011 - total: sort lowest to highest Population, 2006 - total: sort highest to lowest Population, 2006 - total: sort lowest to highest Population, % change: sort highest to lowest Population, % change: sort lowest to highest Private dwellings, 2011 - total: sort highest to lowest Private dwellings, 2011 - total: sort lowest to highest Private dwellings, 2011 - occupied by usual residents: sort highest to lowest Private dwellings, 2011 - occupied by usual residents: sort lowest to highest Land area in square kilometres, 2011: sort highest to lowest Land area in square kilometres, 2011: sort lowest to highest Population density per square kilometre, 2011: sort highest to lowest Population density per square kilometre, 2011: sort lowest to highest    
Canada    33,476,688 31,612,897 5.9 14,569,633 13,320,614 8,965,121.42 3.7    
Nova Scotia   921,727 913,462 0.9 442,155 390,279 52,939.44 17.4    
Kings CTY 60,589 60,035 0.9 28,178 25,330 2,126.11 28.5 101 3
Berwick T 2,454 2,454 0.0 1,024 1,000 6.66 368.6 1,163 57
Cambridge 32 IRI 144 120 20.0 53 53 0.53 272.3 4,190 86
Glooscap 35 IRI 59 60 -1.7 24 24 1.67 35.3 4,552 89
Kentville T 6,094 5,815 4.8 2,782 2,660 17.35 351.2 605 27
Kings, Subd. A SC 22,103 22,161 -0.3 10,260 8,997 1,234.93 17.9 182 5
Kings, Subd. B SC 11,990 12,033 -0.4 5,354 4,878 346.25 34.6 334 10
Kings, Subd. C SC 8,275 8,121 1.9 3,805 3,585 246.16 33.6 460 18
Kings, Subd. D SC 5,201 5,499 -5.4 2,413 2,148 266.11 19.5 682 32
Wolfville T 4,269 3,772 13.2 2,463 1,985 6.45 661.7 786 38
Lunenburg CTY 47,313 47,150 0.3 25,263 20,797 2,909.90 16.3 124 5
Bridgewater T 8,241 7,944 3.7 3,996 3,795 13.60 605.8 464 21
Chester MD 10,599 10,741 -1.3 6,169 4,761 1,122.22 9.4 376 12
Gold River 21 IRI 77 65 18.5 27 27 2.80 27.5 4,475 88
Lunenburg T 2,313 2,317 -0.2 1,155 1,039 4.01 576.9 1,213 59
Lunenburg MD 25,118 25,164 -0.2 13,392 10,725 1,759.64 14.3 164 3
Mahone Bay T 943 904 4.3 518 444 3.13 301.4 2,159 71
New Ross 20 IRI 0 A  ··· 0 0 4.05 0.0 4,932 95
Pennal 19 IRI 22 15 A 46.7 6 6 0.45 49.4 4,742 92
Pictou CTY 45,643 46,513 -1.9 22,192 19,468 2,845.62 16.0 128 6
Fisher's Grant 24 IRI 467 429 8.9 147 147 1.54 303.1 3,115 82
Merigomish Harbour 31 IRI 0 0  ··· 0 0 0.23 0.0 4,932 95
New Glasgow T 9,562 9,455 1.1 4,548 4,270 9.93 963.3 416 15
Pictou T 3,437 3,813 -9.9 1,580 1,483 7.94 432.9 924 49
Pictou, Subd. A SC 6,397 6,412 -0.2 3,824 2,729 771.02 8.3 584 26
Pictou, Subd. B SC 6,014 6,103 -1.5 2,603 2,453 770.64 7.8 613 28
Pictou, Subd. C SC 8,867 9,038 -1.9 4,573 3,709 1,254.94 7.1 439 16
Stellarton T 4,485 4,717 -4.9 2,098 1,995 8.99 498.8 759 36
Trenton T 2,616 2,741 -4.6 1,169 1,114 6.00 435.7 1,109 56
Westville T 3,798 3,805 -0.2 1,650 1,568 14.39 264.0 859 44
Queens CTY 10,960 11,212 -2.2 6,446 4,815 2,398.63 4.6 269 15
Ponhook Lake 10 IRI 10 15 -33.3 5 5 1.01 9.9 4,807 94
Queens RGM 10,917 11,177 -2.3 6,427 4,798 2,392.85 4.6 363 11
Wildcat 12 IRI 33 20 65.0 14 12 4.77 6.9 4,676 90
Richmond CTY 9,293 9,740 -4.6 4,947 3,934 1,244.24 7.5 277 16
Chapel Island 5 IRI 481 444 8.3 158 155 5.60 85.8 3,068 80
Richmond, Subd. A SC 3,953 4,072 -2.9 2,061 1,691 465.06 8.5 833 41
Richmond, Subd. B SC 1,573 1,769 -11.1 1,104 722 644.06 2.4 1,568 64
Richmond, Subd. C SC 3,286 3,455 -4.9 1,624 1,366 129.52 25.4 952 53
Shelburne CTY 14,496 15,544 -6.7 7,907 6,374 2,464.65 5.9 255 14
Barrington MD 6,994 7,331 -4.6 3,509 3,025 631.94 11.1 540 23
Clark's Harbour T 820 860 -4.7 422 369 2.90 282.7 2,334 74
Lockeport T 588 646 -9.0 321 257 2.32 253.4 2,792 78
Shelburne T 1,686 1,879 -10.3 903 797 9.00 187.3 1,498 63
Shelburne MD 4,408 4,828 -8.7 2,752 1,926 1,818.49 2.4 768 37
Victoria CTY 7,115 7,594 -6.3 4,278 2,999 2,870.85 2.5 282 18
Victoria, Subd. A SC 2,769 3,046 -9.1 1,662 1,150 1,633.41 1.7 1,063 55
Victoria, Subd. B SC 3,828 4,140 -7.5 2,455 1,694 1,233.73 3.1 856 43
Wagmatcook 1 IRI 518 408 27.0 161 155 3.71 139.8 2,959 79
Yarmouth CTY 25,275 26,277 -3.8 12,317 10,788 2,124.64 11.9 191 9
Argyle MD 8,252 8,656 -4.7 3,798 3,382 1,528.01 5.4 462 20
Yarmouth T 6,761 7,162 -5.6 3,539 3,144 10.56 640.3 563 24
Yarmouth MD 10,105 10,304 -1.9 4,918 4,202 585.75 17.3 397 13
Yarmouth 33 IRI 157 155 1.3 62 60 0.32 493.1 4,150 85
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