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Table 4
Census agglomerations with the lowest population growth between 2006 and 2011

Table 4 Census agglomerations with the lowest population growth between 2006 and 2011
Description This table displays the results of table 4 census agglomerations with the lowest population growth between 2006 and 2011. The information is grouped by rank (appearing as row headers), name, province/territory, population and growth rate, calculated using 2006, 2011 and 2006 to 2011 (%) units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Rank Name Province/Territory Population Growth rate
2006 to 2011 (%)
2006 2011
1 Thompson Manitoba 13,446 12,839 -4.5
2 Chatham-Kent Ontario 108,589 104,075 -4.2
3 Cape Breton Nova Scotia 105,928 101,619 -4.1
4 Baie-Comeau Quebec 29,674 28,789 -3.0
5 Prince Rupert British Columbia 13,392 13,052 -2.5
6 Edmundston New Brunswick 22,471 21,903 -2.5
7 Shawinigan Quebec 56,408 55,009 -2.5
8 Miramichi New Brunswick 28,773 28,115 -2.3
9 Bathurst New Brunswick 34,106 33,484 -1.8
10 Matane Quebec 18,709 18,368 -1.8
11 Kawartha Lakes Ontario 74,561 73,214 -1.8
12 Elliot Lake Ontario 11,549 11,348 -1.7
13 Brockville Ontario 39,668 39,024 -1.6
14 Dolbeau-Mistassini Quebec 16,257 16,019 -1.5
15 Williams Lake British Columbia 18,760 18,490 -1.4
Sources: Statistics Canada, censuses of population, 2006 and 2011.
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