Annual Demographic Estimates:
Subprovincial Areas, July 1, 2020

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Demographic estimates for Canada’s subprovincial areas are available in Tables 17-10-0135-01 to 17-10-0142-01, which are listed and linked in the section Related products.

Three interactive dashboard are available to visualize the factors of population growth and how they have changed over time (71-607-X):

Click here for a full set of demographic estimates by subprovincial area, for years 2001 to 2020, according to the Standard Geographical Classification 2016.

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Highlights

Population growth in Canada’s large urban regions slowed in 2019/2020, while other regions remained relatively stable. Immigrants and non-permanent residents continued to drive population growth, although it was significantly lower due to travel restrictions implemented to curb the spread of COVID-19. While this particularly affected large urban areas, other impacts on subprovincial population are not clear-cut as these estimates only capture the first few months of the pandemic.

Census metropolitan areas

Census agglomerations

Census divisions

Census subdivisions


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