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Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and designated places, 2006 and 2001 censuses - 100% data

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Geographic name Type1 Population Private dwellings, 2006 Land area in square kilometres, 2006 Population density per square kilometre, 2006
2006 2001 % change Total Occupied by usual residents
Note:
  1. A designated place is normally a small community or settlement that does not meet the criteria established by Statistics Canada to be a census subdivision (an area with municipal status) or an urban area. Designated places are created by provinces and territories, in cooperation with Statistics Canada, to provide data for submunicipal areas.
    There are 1,289 designated places for the 2006 Census. For the first time, designated places will not straddle census subdivision boundaries. There are 584 census subdivisions that contain designated places.
Geographic name: alpha sort Z to A Geographic name: alpha sort A to Z Type: alpha sort Z to A Type: alpha sort A to Z Population, 2006 - total: sort highest to lowest Population, 2006 - total: sort lowest to highest Population, 2001 - total: sort highest to lowest Population, 2001 - total: sort lowest to highest Population, % change: sort highest to lowest Population, % change: sort lowest to highest Private dwellings, 2006 - total: sort highest to lowest Private dwellings, 2006 - total: sort lowest to highest Private dwellings, 2006 - occupied by usual residents: sort highest to lowest Private dwellings, 2006 - occupied by usual residents: sort lowest to highest Land area in square kilometres, 2006: sort highest to lowest Land area in square kilometres, 2006: sort lowest to highest Population density per square kilometre, 2006: sort highest to lowest Population density per square kilometre, 2006: sort lowest to highest
Canada    31,612,897 30,007,094 5.4 13,576,855 12,435,520 9,017,698.92 3.5
Alberta    3,290,350 2,974,807 10.6 1,335,745 1,256,192 640,044.57 5.1
Wabasca UNP 1,156 1,114 3.8 450 359 21.68 53.3
Round Hill UNP 138 115 20.0 51 50 2.60 53.0
Nevis UNP 35 30 16.7 16 16 0.67 52.2
Reno UNP 15 20 -25.0 9 9 0.29 51.4
Endiang UNP 35 35 0.0 16 14 0.70 50.2
Grassland UNP 73 101 -27.7 36 33 1.48 49.3
Cadomin UNP 56 64 -12.5 98 30 1.14 49.0
Flatbush UNP 30 30 0.0 13 12 0.64 46.9
Debolt UNP 128 124 3.2 61 55 2.81 45.6
McDermott UNP 51 71 -28.2 16 16 1.13 45.1
Valhalla Centre UNP 60 52 15.4 23 22 1.34 44.9
Rochester UNP 107 116 -7.8 64 57 2.43 44.1
Meeting Creek UNP 23 42 -45.2 10 9 0.54 43.0
Peerless Lake UNP 455 402 13.2 120 108 11.10 41.0
Long Lake UNP 101 65 55.4 176 46 2.47 40.8
Elkwater UNP 107 50 114.0 285 61 2.72 39.3
Walsh UNP 55 70 -21.4 32 24 1.42 38.7
Atmore UNP 20 37 -45.9 20 11 0.53 37.9
Pibroch UNP 83 75 10.7 37 35 2.24 37.0
Obed UNP 28 27 3.7 14 13 0.76 37.0
Chipewyan Lake UNP 83 72 15.3 41 24 2.30 36.1
Red Willow UNP 45 40 12.5 20 19 1.31 34.5
Brownvale UNP 109 106 2.8 50 47 3.38 32.3
Flyingshot Lake UNP 253 192 31.8 82 80 7.89 32.1
Robb UNP 186 183 1.6 118 81 6.80 27.3
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