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Population Total private
dwellings, 2001
2001 1996 % change
Canada    30,007,094 28,846,761 4.0 12,548,588
Broadview (Sask.) T 669 751 -10.9 358
Whitewood (Sask.) T 947 985 -3.9 500
Rocanville (Sask.) T 887 875 1.4 382
Langenburg (Sask.) T 1,107 1,119 -1.1 526
Esterhazy (Sask.) T 2,348 2,602 -9.8 1,116
Lemberg (Sask.) T 306 353 -13.3 178
Saltcoats (Sask.) T 494 531 -7.0 222
Bredenbury (Sask.) T 354 368 -3.8 163
Churchbridge (Sask.) T 796 815 -2.3 371
Francis (Sask.) T 172 190 -9.5 73
Rouleau (Sask.) T 434 449 -3.3 196
White City (Sask.) T 1,013 907 A 11.7 311
Pilot Butte (Sask.) T 1,850 1,481 A 24.9 588
Balgonie (Sask.) T 1,239 1,132 9.5 426
Qu'Appelle (Sask.) T 648 632 2.5 290
Indian Head (Sask.) T 1,758 1,833 -4.1 815
Sintaluta (Sask.) T 145 189 -23.3 74
Balcarres (Sask.) T 622 661 -5.9 275
Fort Qu'Appelle (Sask.) T 1,940 1,987 A -2.4 892
Lumsden (Sask.) T 1,581 1,530 3.3 577
Regina Beach (Sask.) T 1,039 984 5.6 975
Strasbourg (Sask.) T 760 760 0.0 382
Southey (Sask.) T 693 679 2.1 332
Cupar (Sask.) T 602 592 1.7 285
Herbert (Sask.) T 812 855 -5.0 384
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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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