Population and Dwelling Count Highlight Tables, 2016 Census

Population and dwelling counts, for Canada and census subdivisions (municipalities), 2016 and 2011 censuses – 100% data

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This table presents the 2016 and 2011 population counts and the 2016 dwelling counts, land area, population density and population ranking for all census subdivisions, as well as the percentage change in the population counts between 2011 and 2016. In addition, the table shows the census subdivision type.

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Population and dwelling counts, for Canada and census subdivisions (municipalities), 2016 and 2011 censuses. This table presents the 2016 and 2011 population counts and the 2016 dwelling counts, land area, population density and population ranking for all census subdivisions, as well as the percentage change in the population counts between 2011 and 2016. In addition, the table shows the census subdivision type. Same-page links within the first column 'Geographic name' will move focus to the map beneath the table. When sorting the table headers (ascending or descending), the page reloads and focus moves to the top of the table.
Geographic name TypeFootnote 1 Prov. / Terr. Population Private dwellings, 2016 Land area in square kilometres, 2016 Population density per square kilometre, 2016 CSD population rank, 2016
2016 2011 % change Total Occupied by usual residents National Prov. / Terr.
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CanadaFootnote 2     35,151,728 33,476,688 5.0 15,412,443 14,072,079 8,965,588.85 3.9    
Toronto C Ont. 2,731,571 2,615,060 4.5 1,179,057 1,112,929 630.20 4,334.4 1 1
Montréal V Que. 1,704,694 1,649,519 3.3 843,872 779,802 365.65 4,662.1 2 1
Calgary CY Alta. 1,239,220 1,096,833 13.0 489,650 466,725 825.56 1,501.1 3 1
Ottawa CV Ont. 934,243 883,391 5.8 395,985 373,756 2,790.30 334.8 4 2
Edmonton CY Alta. 932,546 812,201 14.8 387,950 360,828 685.25 1,360.9 5 2
Mississauga CY Ont. 721,599 713,443 1.1 248,469 240,913 292.43 2,467.6 6 3
Winnipeg CY Man. 705,244 663,617 6.3 294,245 281,046 464.33 1,518.8 7 1
Vancouver CY B.C. 631,486 603,502 4.6 309,418 283,916 114.97 5,492.6 8 1
BramptonFootnote 7 CY Ont. 593,638 523,906 Revised r 13.3 173,428 168,011 266.36 2,228.7 9 4
Hamilton C Ont. 536,917 519,949 3.3 222,918 211,596 1,117.29 480.6 10 5
QuébecFootnote 7 V Que. 531,902 516,576 Revised r 3.0 266,409 252,043 453.38 1,173.2 11 2
Surrey CY B.C. 517,887 468,251 10.6 181,159 169,964 316.41 1,636.8 12 2
Laval V Que. 422,993 401,553 5.3 165,686 160,328 247.23 1,710.9 13 3
HalifaxFootnote 7 RGM N.S. 403,131 390,086 Revised r 3.3 187,338 173,324 5,490.35 73.4 14 1
London CY Ont. 383,822 366,151 4.8 175,558 163,140 420.35 913.1 15 6
Markham CY Ont. 328,966 301,709 9.0 106,131 102,676 212.35 1,549.2 16 7
Vaughan CY Ont. 306,233 288,301 6.2 96,657 94,253 273.56 1,119.4 17 8
Gatineau V Que. 276,245 265,349 4.1 125,608 118,385 342.80 805.8 18 4
SaskatoonFootnote 7 CY Sask. 246,376 use with caution E 222,246 Revised r 10.9 use with caution E 107,098 98,565 228.13 1,080.0 19 1
Longueuil V Que. 239,700 231,409 3.6 110,761 105,533 115.75 2,070.9 20 5
Kitchener CY Ont. 233,222 219,153 6.4 95,495 92,217 136.77 1,705.2 21 9
Burnaby CY B.C. 232,755 223,218 4.3 98,030 92,201 90.61 2,568.7 22 3
Windsor CY Ont. 217,188 210,891 3.0 97,777 91,632 146.38 1,483.8 23 10
ReginaFootnote 7 CY Sask. 215,106 193,150 Revised r 11.4 93,197 87,417 179.97 1,195.2 24 2
Richmond CY B.C. 198,309 190,473 4.1 77,478 73,457 129.27 1,534.1 25 4
Richmond Hill T Ont. 195,022 185,541 5.1 66,465 64,116 101.11 1,928.8 26 11
Oakville T Ont. 193,832 182,520 6.2 68,617 66,269 138.89 1,395.6 27 12
Burlington CY Ont. 183,314 175,779 4.3 72,535 71,373 185.66 987.3 28 13
Greater Sudbury CV Ont. 161,531 160,274 0.8 75,029 69,152 3,228.35 50.0 29 14
Sherbrooke V Que. 161,323 154,601 4.3 80,341 73,506 353.76 456.0 30 6
Oshawa CY Ont. 159,458 149,607 6.6 64,883 62,595 145.64 1,094.9 31 15
Saguenay V Que. 145,949 144,746 0.8 69,859 66,246 1,128.56 129.3 32 7
Lévis V Que. 143,414 138,769 3.3 62,585 60,779 449.05 319.4 33 8
BarrieFootnote 5 CY Ont. 141,434 136,063 Revised r 3.9 54,227 52,476 99.04 1,428.0 34 16
Abbotsford CY B.C. 141,397 133,497 5.9 51,770 49,040 375.55 376.5 35 5
CoquitlamFootnote 5 CY B.C. 139,284 126,804 Revised r 9.8 54,393 51,325 122.30 1,138.9 36 6
Trois-Rivières V Que. 134,413 131,338 2.3 67,771 63,157 289.32 464.6 37 9
St. Catharines CY Ont. 133,113 131,400 1.3 59,879 56,873 96.13 1,384.8 38 17
Guelph CY Ont. 131,794 121,688 8.3 55,927 52,090 87.22 1,511.1 39 18
Cambridge CY Ont. 129,920 126,748 2.5 49,388 48,239 113.01 1,149.6 40 19
Whitby T Ont. 128,377 122,022 5.2 44,195 43,529 146.66 875.4 41 20
Kelowna CY B.C. 127,380 117,312 8.6 57,433 53,903 211.85 601.3 42 7
Kingston CY Ont. 123,798 123,363 0.4 59,977 53,518 451.19 274.4 43 21
Ajax T Ont. 119,677 109,600 9.2 38,105 37,549 67.00 1,786.4 44 22
Langley DM B.C. 117,285 104,177 12.6 43,720 41,982 308.03 380.8 45 8
Saanich DM B.C. 114,148 109,752 4.0 49,422 46,652 103.78 1,099.9 46 9
Terrebonne V Que. 111,575 106,322 4.9 42,622 41,801 154.12 723.9 47 10
Milton T Ont. 110,128 84,362 30.5 35,537 34,257 363.22 303.2 48 23
St. John's CY N.L. 108,860 106,172 2.5 52,410 47,627 445.88 244.1 49 1
Thunder Bay CY Ont. 107,909 108,359 -0.4 50,388 47,182 328.36 328.6 50 24
Waterloo CY Ont. 104,986 98,780 6.3 46,096 40,381 64.02 1,639.8 51 25
Delta DM B.C. 102,238 99,863 2.4 37,590 35,758 180.20 567.4 52 10
Chatham-Kent MU Ont. 101,647 103,671 -2.0 46,103 43,026 2,457.90 41.4 53 26
Red Deer CY Alta. 100,418 90,564 10.9 42,285 39,982 104.73 958.8 54 3
Strathcona County SM Alta. 98,044 92,490 6.0 36,354 35,567 1,182.78 82.9 55 4
Brantford CY Ont. 97,496 93,650 4.1 40,732 39,215 72.44 1,345.9 56 27
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu V Que. 95,114 92,394 2.9 42,036 40,843 226.63 419.7 57 11
Cape Breton RGM N.S. 94,285 97,398 -3.2 45,742 41,679 2,430.06 38.8 58 2
Lethbridge CY Alta. 92,729 83,517 11.0 39,867 37,575 122.09 759.5 59 5
Clarington MU Ont. 92,013 84,548 8.8 33,384 32,838 611.40 150.5 60 28
Pickering CY Ont. 91,771 88,721 3.4 31,630 30,919 231.55 396.3 61 29
Nanaimo CY B.C. 90,504 83,810 8.0 40,885 39,165 90.76 997.2 62 11
Kamloops CY B.C. 90,280 85,678 5.4 39,081 36,814 299.25 301.7 63 12
Niagara Falls CY Ont. 88,071 82,997 6.1 37,265 35,773 209.73 419.9 64 30
North Vancouver DM B.C. 85,935 84,412 1.8 32,624 31,116 160.76 534.6 65 13
Victoria CY B.C. 85,792 80,017 7.2 49,212 45,762 19.47 4,405.8 66 14
Brossard V Que. 85,721 79,273 8.1 34,249 33,257 45.23 1,895.4 67 12
Repentigny V Que. 84,285 82,000 2.8 33,876 33,321 61.23 1,376.5 68 13
Newmarket T Ont. 84,224 79,978 5.3 29,315 28,673 38.45 2,190.5 69 31
Chilliwack CY B.C. 83,788 77,936 7.5 34,038 32,440 261.65 320.2 70 15
Maple Ridge CY B.C. 82,256 76,052 8.2 31,400 30,262 266.78 308.3 71 16
PeterboroughFootnote 7 CY Ont. 81,032 78,777 Revised r 2.9 36,785 34,710 64.25 1,261.2 72 32
Drummondville V Que. 75,423 71,852 5.0 35,402 34,018 247.15 305.2 73 14
Kawartha LakesFootnote 7 CY Ont. 75,423 73,219 Revised r 3.0 38,444 31,106 3,084.38 24.5 73 33
Saint-Jérôme V Que. 74,346 68,456 8.6 35,316 33,642 90.44 822.1 75 15
Prince George CY B.C. 74,003 71,974 2.8 32,098 30,236 318.26 232.5 76 17
Sault Ste. Marie CY Ont. 73,368 75,141 -2.4 34,485 32,634 223.24 328.6 77 34
Moncton C N.B. 71,889 69,074 4.1 35,380 32,135 141.92 506.5 78 1
Sarnia CY Ont. 71,594 72,366 -1.1 33,324 31,937 164.85 434.3 79 35
Wood Buffalo SM Alta. 71,589 65,565 9.2 30,713 25,659 61,777.65 1.2 80 6
New Westminster CY B.C. 70,996 65,976 7.6 34,235 32,708 15.63 4,543.4 81 18
Saint John C N.B. 67,575 70,063 -3.6 33,801 30,208 315.96 213.9 82 2
Caledon T Ont. 66,502 59,460 11.8 22,021 21,256 688.16 96.6 83 36
Granby V Que. 66,222 63,433 4.4 30,880 29,948 152.79 433.4 84 16
St. Albert CY Alta. 65,589 61,466 6.7 24,446 23,954 48.45 1,353.9 85 7
Norfolk County CY Ont. 64,044 63,175 1.4 28,720 26,007 1,607.55 39.8 86 37
Medicine Hat CY Alta. 63,260 60,005 5.4 27,970 26,652 112.04 564.6 87 8
Grande PrairieFootnote 7 CY Alta. 63,166 55,655 Revised r 13.5 26,204 23,676 132.73 475.9 88 9
AirdrieFootnote 7 CY Alta. 61,581 43,271 Revised r 42.3 22,398 21,661 84.57 728.2 89 10
Halton HillsFootnote 7 T Ont. 61,161 59,013 Revised r 3.6 21,475 21,078 276.27 221.4 90 38
Port CoquitlamFootnote 5 CY B.C. 58,612 55,958 Revised r 4.7 22,586 21,753 29.17 2,009.4 91 19
Fredericton C N.B. 58,220 use with caution E 56,224 3.6 use with caution E 28,431 25,957 132.57 439.2 92 3
Blainville V Que. 56,863 53,510 6.3 21,006 20,600 55.16 1,030.9 93 17
Saint-Hyacinthe V Que. 55,648 53,236 4.5 27,050 25,483 188.97 294.5 94 18
Aurora T Ont. 55,445 53,203 4.2 19,381 18,851 49.85 1,112.3 95 39
North Vancouver CY B.C. 52,898 48,196 9.8 26,426 24,645 11.85 4,465.1 96 20
Welland CY Ont. 52,293 50,631 3.3 23,323 22,490 81.04 645.3 97 40
North Bay CY Ont. 51,553 53,651 -3.9 24,799 22,614 319.11 161.6 98 41
Belleville CY Ont. 50,716 49,454 2.6 22,744 21,732 247.25 205.1 99 42
Mirabel V Que. 50,513 41,957 20.4 20,395 19,631 485.07 104.1 100 19
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