Table 1 
Top 10 contiguously settled areas with the most built-up growth on their periphery, 2010 to 2020 

Top 10 contiguously settled areas with the most built-up growth on their periphery, 2010 to 2020
  Growth of built-up and artificial surfaces
  km²
Toronto 29.10
Calgary 20.93
Montréal 15.52
Edmonton 11.98
Winnipeg 10.38
Vancouver 9.84
Ottawa–Gatineau 9.38
Saskatoon 5.80
Kitchener 4.92
London 4.29
Note(s):
Growth of built-up and artificial surfaces is calculated by creating a two kilometre buffer around the 2010 contiguously settled area boundary and aggregating areas within this buffer that were classified as built-up in 2020 but not in 2010. Built-up and artificial surfaces are defined as areas classified as settlement, high reflectance settlement, settlement forest, roads, vegetated settlement or very high reflectance settlement in Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada's Semi-decadal Land Use Time Series.
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