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Distribution of population by age group and census metropolitan area, Canada, July 1, 2020

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Census metropolitan areas are sorted in descending order of the percentage of the population aged 65 and older. Percentage figures may not add up to 100% as a result of rounding.
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Distribution of population by age group and census metropolitan area, Canada, July 1, 2020, proportion (%)
  0 to 14 years 15 to 64 years 65 years and older
Canada 15.9 66.1 18.0
All census metropolitan areas 15.7 67.8 16.5
Trois-Rivières 13.8 61.9 24.3
Saguenay 14.4 62.4 23.3
Peterborough 14.1 62.8 23.2
St. Catharines–Niagara 13.9 63.2 22.9
Victoria 12.3 65.8 22.0
Kelowna 13.2 65.3 21.5
Sherbrooke 15.2 63.4 21.4
Belleville 15.0 63.7 21.3
Québec 15.0 63.8 21.2
Thunder Bay 13.9 65.1 21.0
Kingston 13.7 65.8 20.5
Saint John 15.5 64.6 19.9
Greater Sudbury 14.6 65.9 19.4
Moncton 15.2 66.2 18.6
Hamilton 15.5 65.9 18.6
Brantford 17.3 64.5 18.2
Windsor 15.5 66.4 18.1
London 15.7 66.7 17.6
Montréal 16.3 66.6 17.1
Abbotsford–Mission 16.9 66.3 16.7
Halifax 14.4 69.0 16.6
St. John's 14.7 68.8 16.5
Vancouver 13.6 69.9 16.5
Lethbridge 18.5 65.1 16.4
Guelph 15.9 68.0 16.1
Ottawa–Gatineau 16.2 67.8 16.0
Winnipeg 16.7 67.4 15.9
Toronto 15.3 69.4 15.3
Oshawa 17.7 67.1 15.2
Barrie 16.2 68.6 15.2
Kitchener–Cambridge–Waterloo 16.3 68.8 14.8
Regina 18.5 67.3 14.2
Edmonton 17.9 68.4 13.6
Saskatoon 18.8 67.7 13.5
Calgary 18.0 69.3 12.6
Note(s):
Census metropolitan areas are sorted in descending order of the percentage of the population aged 65 and older. Percentage figures may not add up to 100% as a result of rounding.
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