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Montréal's downtown grew at the second-fastest pace nationally from 2016 to 2021, while its distant suburb is also rising fast

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The title of the map is "Montréal's downtown grew at the second-fastest pace nationally from 2016 to 2021, while its distant suburb is also rising fast"

The absolute population growth of the downtown in the Montréal census metropolitan area is 21,340.

The absolute population growth of the urban fringe in the Montréal census metropolitan area is 14,846.

The absolute population growth of the near suburb in the Montréal census metropolitan area is 45,356.

The absolute population growth of the intermediate suburb in the Montréal census metropolitan area is 41,590.

The absolute population growth of the distant suburb in the Montréal census metropolitan area is 64,526.

The total absolute population growth of the Montréal census metropolitan area is 187,658.

The proportion of the total population living in the downtown of the Montréal census metropolitan area is 2.6%.

The proportion of the total population living in the urban fringe of the Montréal census metropolitan area is 16.7%.

The proportion of the total population living in the near suburb of the Montréal census metropolitan area is 32.5%.

The proportion of the total population living in the intermediate suburb of the Montréal census metropolitan area is 25.3%.

The proportion of the total population living in the distant suburb of the Montréal census metropolitan area is 22.8%.

The proportion of the total area of the downtown in the Montréal census metropolitan area is 0.3%.

The proportion of the total area of the urban fringe in the Montréal census metropolitan area is 2.0%.

The proportion of the total area of the near suburb in the Montréal census metropolitan area is 9.7%.

The proportion of the total area of the intermediate suburb in the Montréal census metropolitan area is 21.5%.

The proportion of the total area of the distant suburb in the Montréal census metropolitan area is 66.5%.

The population growth rate from 2016 to 2021 of the downtown in the Montréal census metropolitan area is +24.2%.

The population growth rate from 2016 to 2021 of the urban fringe in the Montréal census metropolitan area is +2.1%.

The population growth rate from 2016 to 2021 of the near suburb in the Montréal census metropolitan area is +3.4%.

The population growth rate from 2016 to 2021 of the intermediate suburb in the Montréal census metropolitan area is +4.0%.

The population growth rate from 2016 to 2021 of the distant suburb in the Montréal census metropolitan area is +7.0%.

Note: This figure is based on the primary downtown.

Source: Census of Population, 2016 and 2021 (3901).

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