Chart 2.7 Efficiency of new land use by CMA

Data table for Chart 2.7
Data table for Chart 2.7
Efficiency of new land use by census metropolitan area, 2001 to 2011
Table summary
This table displays the data for Chart 2.7. The information is grouped by census metropolitan area (appearing as row headers), Ratio of the change in settled area population to the settled area change, 2001 to 2011 and Ratio of the change in settled area dwellings to the settled area change, 2001 to 2011, calculated using persons or dwellings per square units of measure (appearing as column headers).
CMA Ratio of the change in settled area population to the settled area change, 2001 to 2011 Ratio of the change in settled area dwellings to the settled area change, 2001 to 2011
persons or dwellings per square kilometre of settled area
Newer CMAs  
Guelph 3,571 2,192
Abbotsford–Mission 2,733 1,348
Trois-Rivières 1,334 896
Brantford 2,538 1,435
Barrie 4,837 2,141
Peterborough 1,016 738
Moncton 1,770 1,136
Kelowna 1,947 1,269
Sherbrooke 881 570
Kingston 1,037 733
Mid-size and small CMAs  
St. John's 2,667 1,653
Saguenay 183 523
Thunder Bay -377 406
Regina 1,907 1,007
Victoria 3,216 2,242
Oshawa 5,546 2,539
Saint John 878 655
Windsor 2,631 2,250
Greater Sudbury 384 320
Kitchener–Cambridge–Waterloo 4,551 2,364
Saskatoon 2,737 1,214
Ottawa–Gatineau (Que.) 971 558
St. Catharines–Niagara 1,197 1,113
London 2,621 1,778
Hamilton 3,680 2,083
Halifax 1,305 843
Québec 1,525 952
Winnipeg 2,922 1,255
Large CMAs  
Ottawa–Gatineau (Ont.) 3,073 1,690
Calgary 4,692 2,129
Vancouver 10,035 5,007
Edmonton 4,495 2,208
Montréal 3,301 1,837
Toronto 11,254 5,096

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