Age and Sex Highlight Tables, 2011 Census

Population by broad age groups and sex, 2011 counts for both sexes, for Canada and census subdivisions (municipalities) with 5,000-plus population

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Table Summary

This table shows the population by broad age group and sex. The column headings are: geographic name, children: 0 to 14 years, working-age population: 15 to 64 years, seniors: 65 years and over, total and seniors: 80 years and over. The rows are: Canada, provinces and territories along with their corresponding values. Data are available for both sexes, males, females for 2011, 2006, percent distribution of 2011 and percentage change (2006 to 2011).

Geographic name CSD type
Age groups Total Seniors:
80 years and over
children:
0 to 14 years
working-age population:
15 to 64 years
seniors:
65 years and over
Geographic name: Sort highest to lowest (not selected) Geographic name: Sort lowest to highest (not selected) CSD type: Sort highest to lowest (not selected) CSD type: Sort lowest to highest (not selected) Age groups, children 0 to 14 years: Sort highest to lowest (not selected) Age groups, children 0 to 14 years: Sort lowest to highest (not selected) Age groups, working-age population 15 to 64 years: Sort highest to lowest (not selected) Age groups, working-age population 15 to 64 years: Sort lowest to highest (not selected) Age groups, seniors 65 years and over: Sort highest to lowest (not selected) Age groups, seniors 65 years and over: Sort lowest to highest (not selected) Total: Sort highest to lowest (not selected) Total: Sort lowest to highest (not selected) Seniors 80 years and over: Sort highest to lowest (not selected) Seniors 80 years and over: Sort lowest to highest (not selected)
Canada !   5,607,345 22,924,290 4,945,055 33,476,690 1,347,580
Parry Sound, T (Ont.) T 830 3,910 1,450 6,190 520
Peace River B, RDA (B.C.) ! RDA 1,655 3,385 515 5,550 90
Peace River C, RDA (B.C.) RDA 1,330 4,535 535 6,400 60
Peace River D, RDA (B.C.) RDA 1,000 3,790 695 5,480 80
Peace River, T (Alta.) T 1,490 4,660 595 6,745 185
Peachland, DM (B.C.) DM 575 3,210 1,410 5,200 270
Pelham, T (Ont.) T 2,535 10,620 3,440 16,595 930
Pembroke, CY (Ont.) CY 1,945 9,040 3,375 14,360 1,295
Penetanguishene, T (Ont.) T 1,270 5,965 1,880 9,115 540
Penticton, CY (B.C.) ! CY 4,085 20,295 8,500 32,880 3,080
Perth East, TP (Ont.) ! TP 2,790 7,695 1,545 12,030 450
Perth, T (Ont.) T 685 3,480 1,680 5,840 505
Petawawa, T (Ont.) T 3,275 11,535 1,180 15,985 220
Peterborough, CY (Ont.) ! CY 11,355 51,610 15,730 78,700 5,695
Petrolia, T (Ont.) T 1,025 3,495 1,010 5,530 320
Pickering, CY (Ont.) CY 15,210 63,055 10,450 88,720 2,620
Pictou, Subd. A, SC (N.S.) SC 875 4,275 1,250 6,400 245
Pictou, Subd. B, SC (N.S.) SC 840 4,060 1,120 6,015 315
Pictou, Subd. C, SC (N.S.) SC 1,280 6,040 1,550 8,865 325
Pincourt, V (Que.) V 2,895 9,845 1,565 14,305 280

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