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Population and Dwelling Counts, for Canada and Census Subdivisions (Municipalities), 2001 and 1996 Censuses - 100% Data  Click to view table notes for Population and Dwelling Counts, for Canada and Census Subdivisions (Municipalities), 2001 and 1996 Censuses - 100% Data
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2001 1996 % change
Canada    30,007,094 28,846,761 4.0 12,548,588
Toronto (Ont.) C 2,481,494 2,385,421 A 4.0 965,554
Montréal (Que.) V 1,039,534 1,016,376 2.3 514,758
Calgary (Alta.) C 878,866 768,082 14.4 343,854
Ottawa (Ont.) C 774,072 721,136 A 7.3 310,132
Edmonton (Alta.) C 666,104 616,306 8.1 275,816
Winnipeg (Man.) C 619,544 618,477 0.2 261,311
Vancouver (B.C.) C 545,671 514,008 6.2 248,981
Mississauga (Ont.) C 612,925 544,382 12.6 198,235
Hamilton (Ont.) C 490,268 467,799 A 4.8 194,154
Halifax (N.S.) RGM 359,111 342,851 A 4.7 153,328
London (Ont.) C 336,539 325,669 A 3.3 146,976
Laval (Que.) V 343,005 330,393 3.8 135,661
Surrey (B.C.) C 347,825 304,477 14.2 118,529
Brampton (Ont.) C 325,428 268,251 21.3 98,753
Québec (Que.) V 169,076 167,264 1.1 90,799
Windsor (Ont.) C 208,402 197,694 5.4 88,533
Saskatoon (Sask.) C 196,811 193,653 A 1.6 84,281
Burnaby (B.C.) C 193,954 179,209 8.2 76,212
Regina (Sask.) C 178,225 180,404 A -1.2 74,814
Kitchener (Ont.) C 190,399 178,420 6.7 74,127
Greater Sudbury (Ont.) C 155,219 165,336 A -6.1 68,690
Markham (Ont.) T 208,615 173,383 20.3 61,618
Longueuil (Que.) V 128,016 127,977 0.0 59,445
Burlington (Ont.) C 150,836 136,976 10.1 59,020
Richmond (B.C.) C 164,345 148,867 10.4 58,272
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1 Census subdivisions (CSDs) are classified into 46 types according to official designations adopted by provincial or federal authorities. Two exceptions are Subdivision of Unorganized in Newfoundland and Labrador and Subdivision of County Municipality in Nova Scotia, which are geographic areas created as equivalents for municipalities by Statistics Canada in cooperation with these provinces for the purpose of disseminating statistical data. Click to view all census subdivision types by abbreviation and type.



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