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Population and Dwelling Counts, for Canada, Provinces and Territories, and Census Subdivisions (Municipalities), 2001 and 1996 Censuses - 100% Data Click to view table notes for Population and Dwelling Counts, for Canada, Provinces and Territories, and Census Subdivisions (Municipalities), 2001 and 1996 Censuses - 100% Data
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Population Total private
dwellings, 2001
2001 1996 % change
Canada    30,007,094 28,846,761 4.0 12,548,588
Ontario    11,410,046 10,753,573 6.1 4,556,240
Kingston C 114,195 112,605 A 1.4 50,755
Belleville C 45,986 46,195 A -0.5 20,239
Quinte West C 41,409 41,676 A -0.6 16,946
Prince Edward C 24,901 25,046 A -0.6 11,399
Peterborough C 71,446 69,742 A 2.4 30,804
Kawartha Lakes C 69,179 67,926 A 1.8 34,637
Pickering C 87,139 78,989 10.3 27,188
Oshawa C 139,051 134,364 3.5 53,298
Vaughan C 182,022 132,549 37.3 54,359
Toronto C 2,481,494 2,385,421 A 4.0 965,554
Mississauga C 612,925 544,382 12.6 198,235
Brampton C 325,428 268,251 21.3 98,753
Guelph C 106,170 95,821 10.8 42,479
Burlington C 150,836 136,976 10.1 59,020
Hamilton C 490,268 467,799 A 4.8 194,154
Welland C 48,402 48,411 0.0 20,650
Thorold C 18,048 17,883 0.9 7,277
Niagara Falls C 78,815 76,917 2.5 32,447
Port Colborne C 18,450 18,451 0.0 8,362
St. Catharines C 129,170 130,926 -1.3 55,815
Norfolk C 60,847 60,534 A 0.5 25,359
Brant C 31,669 29,800 A 6.3 11,327
Brantford C 86,417 84,764 2.0 34,881
Cambridge C 110,372 101,429 8.8 40,061
Kitchener C 190,399 178,420 6.7 74,127
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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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