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Old Posted Feb 8, 2012, 1:52 PM
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Census 2011 Results:

Canada's Population: 33,476,688

4 CMA has 10%+ change in population

Calgary (12.6%)
Edmonton (12.1%)
Saskatoon (11.4)
Kelowna (10.8%)

Kitchner/Waterloo only CMA in top 20 to move up 1 rankiing
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Ajax now at 109,600 and Pickering still only at 88,721. Ajax still a Town, Pickering a City.
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Surprising that Ottawa-Gatineau is still ahead of Calgary.
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Canada's Population: 33,476,688

4 CMA has 10%+ change in population

Calgary (12.6%)
Edmonton (12.1%)
Saskatoon (11.4)
Kelowna (10.8%)
And the 5th fastest growing CMA is Moncton.

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Newfoundland and Labrador's population was 514,536 (1.8)
St. John's population was 196,966 (8.8%)

Newfoundland and Labrador's population has increased since the 1980's!

Paradise, a town within the St. John's CMA, increased 40.6% after recording an increase of 31% in 2006.
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Quebec City got a big jump but I noticed "adjusted figure due to boundary change".
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Old Posted Feb 8, 2012, 2:07 PM
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Toronto increased its population by the size of London, ON.
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Big ten CMAs

Toronto 5,583,064
Montreal 3,824,221
Vancouver 2,313,328
Ottawa 1,236,324
Calgary 1,214,839
Edmonton 1,159,869
Quebec 765,706
Winnipeg 730,018
Hamilton 721,053
Kitchener 477,160

Some of those are incomplete. For instance Winnipeg's CMA # excludes one or more incompletely enumerated reserves.
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Oak Ridges-Markham electoral district now 228,997 people.
Brampton West electoral district now 204,146 people.
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Old Posted Feb 8, 2012, 2:09 PM
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Big ten CMAs

Toronto 5,583,064
Montreal 3,824,221
Vancouver 2,313,328
Ottawa 1,236,324
Calgary 1,214,839
Edmonton 1,159,869
Quebec 765,706
Winnipeg 730,018
Hamilton 721,053
Kitchener 477,160

Some of those are incomplete. For instance Winnipeg's CMA # excludes one or more incompletely enumerated reserves.
Still, it's funny how a lot of people across Canada seem to always understimate Quebec City...
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weak figures for London.

Okotoks? Okotoks? waiting for the "why Calgary is not ahead of Ottawa" arguments.
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What happened to Halifax? Population is 390,328 up 4.7%, reports had it growing a lot faster and well over 400,000.
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Checking the Population Centre

Change of Population with Population Centre (previously Urban Centre)

Population Centres with a current population of over 10,000

Stouffville (ON) 100.5%
Milton (ON) 66.1%
Chestermere (AB) 50.2%
Airdrie (AB) 47.1%
Leduc (AB) 43.1%
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weak figures for London.

Okotoks? Okotoks? waiting for the "why Calgary is not ahead of Ottawa" arguments.
Notice that Ottawa's CMA was expanded, whereas Calgary's was not ... obviously a conspiracy by SC to re-instate the NEP!
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Oooh, so close to surpassing Ottawa. Next time.
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Whitehorse got a big jump: 22,898 to 26,028
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Two of the top 5 Economic Region are found in Manitoba
(Southeast and South Centre)

http://www12.statcan.gc.ca/census-re...0&SR=1&S=5&O=D
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Notice that Ottawa's CMA was expanded, whereas Calgary's was not ... obviously a conspiracy by SC to re-instate the NEP!
Indeed. You guys had better watch it!
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Windsor and Thunder Bay both saw decreases of 1.3% for Windsor and 1.1% for Thunder Bay.

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