English, French and other language speaking population, by three linguistic characteristics and three projection scenarios, census metropolitan area of francophone Ontario, 2011 and 2036
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|Characteristic||2011 (adjusted)||2036 (projected)|
|Reference||Low immigration||High immigration|
|Francophone Ontario||Total population||556||512||509||514|
|Main home language||424||407||405||408|
|First official language spoken||386||379||376||381|
|Main home language||123||97||97||97|
|First official language spoken||169||133||132||133|
|Main home language||9||8||7||9|
|Greater Sudbury||Total population||165||153||151||153|
|Main home language||136||128||127||128|
|First official language spoken||123||119||118||120|
|Main home language||25||22||22||22|
|First official language spoken||42||33||33||33|
|Main home language||4||3||3||3|
|Rest of francophone Ontario||Total population||390||360||357||361|
|Main home language||287||279||278||280|
|First official language spoken||262||260||258||261|
|Main home language||98||75||75||75|
|First official language spoken||127||100||99||100|
|Main home language||6||5||5||6|
Note: The population counts for 2011 have been adjusted for net undercoverage.
Sources: Statistics Canada, 2011 National Household Survey and Demosim, 2016.
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