FACTOID # 4: Just 1% of the houses in Nevada were built before 1939.
 
 Home   Encyclopedia   Statistics   States A-Z   Flags   Maps   FAQ   About 
   
 
WHAT'S NEW
 

SEARCH ALL

FACTS & STATISTICS    Advanced view

Search encyclopedia, statistics and forums:

 

 

(* = Graphable)

 

 


Encyclopedia > Census agglomeration

A Census Agglomeration, or CA is a Canadian census geographic concept used to describe smaller urban areas. A CA comprises an urban area (known as the urban core) and adjacent areas (known as urban and rural fringes) that have a high degree of social and economic integration with the urban core. A CA has an urban core population of at least 10,000 but less than 100,000, based on the previous census. Larger urban areas are called Census Metropolitan Areas. A census metropolitan area, or CMA is a Canadian census division comprising a large urban area (known as the urban core) and adjacent areas (known as urban and rural fringes) that have a high degree of social and economic integration with the urban core. ...


There were 113 Census agglomerations in 2001. The following table provides the basic inforamtion on each of the


Census Agglomerations by Province/Territory

Census Agglomeration Name 2001 Population Land area in square km Population density per square km Population rank
Alberta
Brooks, Alberta 11,604 17 664.4 109
Camrose, Alberta 14,854 26 574.6 97
Cold Lake, Alberta 27,935 6,319 4.4 60
Grande Prairie, Alberta 36,983 60 612.1 46
Lethbridge, Alberta 67,374 122 553.0 21
Medicine Hat, Alberta 61,735 13,291 4.6 23
Red Deer, Alberta 67,707 61 1,111.8 20
Wetaskiwin, Alberta 11,154 16 704.7 111
Wood Buffalo, Alberta 42,602 63,837 0.7 37
Lloydminster, Alberta/Saskatchewan 20,988 42 505.4 77
British Columbia
Campbell River, British Columbia 33,872 1,748 19.4 50
Chilliwack, British Columbia 69,776 1,253 55.7 17
Courtenay, British Columbia 47,051 617 76.2 32
Cranbrook, British Columbia 24,275 4,553 5.3 69
Dawson Creek, British Columbia 17,444 11,695 1.5 84
Duncan, British Columbia 38,813 372 104.4 45
Fort St. John, British Columbia 16,034 22 744.5 92
Kamloops, British Columbia 86,491 5,684 15.2 10
Kelowna, British Columbia 147,739 2,904 50.9 2
Kitimat, British Columbia 10,285 243 42.4 112
Nanaimo, British Columbia 85,664 1,279 67.0 12
Parksville, British Columbia 24,285 81 298.1 68
Penticton, British Columbia 41,574 2,217 18.8 38
Port Alberni, British Columbia 25,396 1,731 14.7 64
Powell River, British Columbia 18,269 4,718 3.9 81
Prince George, British Columbia 85,035 17,729 4.8 13
Prince Rupert, British Columbia 15,302 223 68.6 95
Quesnel, British Columbia 24,426 21,766 1.1 67
Squamish, British Columbia 14,435 96 150.2 98
Terrace, British Columbia 19,980 9,748 2.0 79
Vernon, British Columbia 51,530 1,042 49.5 29
Williams Lake, British Columbia 25,122 12,466 2.0 66
Manitoba
Brandon, Manitoba 41,037 646 63.5 41
Thompson, Manitoba 13,256 17 771.7 101
Portage la Prairie, Manitoba 20,617 2,030 10.2 78
New Brunswick
Bathurst, New Brunswick 23,935 1,628 14.7 70
Edmundston, New Brunswick 22,173 902 24.6 74
Fredericton, New Brunswick 81,346 4,522 18.0 14
Moncton, New Brunswick 117,727 2,177 54.1 3
Campbellton, New Brunswick/Quebec 16,265 1,509 10.8 88
Newfoundland and Labrador
Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador 25,747 248 103.7 63
Gander, Newfoundland and Labrador 11,254 2,427 4.6 110
Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland and Labrador 18,981 4,168 4.6 80
Labrador City, Newfoundland and Labrador 9,638 56 171.3 113
Northwest Territories
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories 16,541 105 157.2 86
Nova Scotia
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia 109,330 2,471 44.3 5
Kentville, Nova Scotia 25,172 608 41.4 65
New Glasgow, Nova Scotia 36,735 2,066 17.8 47
Truro, Nova Scotia 44,276 2,732 16.2 35
Barrie, Ontario 148,480 897 165.4 1
Ontario
Belleville, Ontario 87,395 741 118.0 9
Brantford, Ontario 86,417 72 1,207.6 11
Brockville, Ontario 44,741 1,143 39.1 34
Chatham-Kent, Ontario 107,709 2,471 43.6 6
Cobourg, Ontario 17,172 22 767.6 85
Collingwood, Ontario 16,039 33 479.3 91
Cornwall, Ontario 57,581 509 113.1 27
Elliot Lake, Ontario 11,956 698 17.1 106
Guelph, Ontario 117,344 378 310.1 4
Haileybury, Ontario 12,867 320 40.2 102
Kawartha Lakes, Ontario 69,179 3,059 22.6 18
Kenora, Ontario 15,838 211 75.0 93
Leamington, Ontario 46,757 509 91.8 33
Midland, Ontario 33,692 193 174.2 51
Norfolk, Ontario 60,847 1,607 37.9 24
North Bay, Ontario 63,681 1,031 61.8 22
Orillia, Ontario 40,256 563 71.5 43
Owen Sound, Ontario 31,583 627 50.3 55
Petawawa, Ontario 14,398 165 87.4 99
Peterborough, Ontario 102,423 1,200 85.4 7
Port Hope, Ontario and Hope, Ontario 15,605 279 55.9 94
Sarnia, Ontario 88,331 800 110.4 8
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario 78,908 715 110.3 16
Stratford, Ontario 29,676 22 1,353.7 57
Tillsonburg, Ontario 14,052 22 629.1 100
Timmins, Ontario 43,686 2,962 14.8 36
Woodstock, Ontario 33,061 30 1,086.0 53
Hawkesbury, Ontario/Quebec 11,629 12 934.7 107
Pembroke, Ontario/Quebec 23,608 753 31.4 71
Prince Edward Island
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island 58,358 823 70.9 26
Summerside, Prince Edward Island 16,200 92 176.4 90
Quebec
Alma, Quebec 30,126 196 154.0 56
Amos, Quebec 21,749 3,083 7.1 75
Baie-Comeau, Quebec 28,940 1,062 27.2 58
Cowansville, Quebec 12,032 46 261.1 105
Dolbeau-Mistassini, Quebec 14,879 296 50.3 96
Drummondville, Quebec 68,451 467 146.7 19
Granby, Quebec 60,264 267 225.6 25
Joliette, Quebec 35,821 60 600.7 49
La Tuque, Quebec 12,376 1,267 9.8 103
Lachute, Quebec 11,628 109 107.0 108
Magog, Quebec 22,535 144 156.4 72
Matane, Quebec 16,249 292 55.7 89
Rimouski, Quebec 47,688 600 79.5 31
Rivière-du-Loup, Quebec 22,339 300 74.4 73
Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec 36,308 2,543 14.3 48
Saint-Georges, Quebec 28,127 198 141.9 59
Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec 49,536 167 296.2 30
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec 79,600 226 351.7 15
Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec 39,028 107 365.6 44
Sept-Îles, Quebec 26,952 1,697 15.9 61
Shawinigan, Quebec 57,304 662 86.6 28
Sorel-Tracy, Quebec 40,956 173 237.3 42
Thetford Mines, Quebec 26,323 227 116.0 62
Val-d'Or, Quebec 32,423 3,549 9.1 54
Victoriaville, Quebec 41,233 152 271.7 40
Saskatchewan
Estevan, Saskatchewan 12,083 794 15.2 104
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan 33,519 844 39.7 52
North Battleford, Saskatchewan 17,512 57 308.3 83
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan 41,460 1,886 22.0 39
Swift Current, Saskatchewan 16,527 1,132 14.6 87
Yorkton, Saskatchewan 17,554 842 20.8 82
Yukon
Whitehorse, Yukon 21,405 8,488 2.5 76

  Results from FactBites:
 
Census Agglomeration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (156 words)
A Census Agglomeration, or CA is a Canadian census geographic concept used to describe smaller urban areas.
A CA comprises an urban area (known as the urban core) and adjacent areas (known as urban and rural fringes) that have a high degree of social and economic integration with the urban core.
Larger urban areas are called Census Metropolitan Areas.
  More results at FactBites »

 
 

COMMENTARY     


Share your thoughts, questions and commentary here
Your name
Your comments

Want to know more?
Search encyclopedia, statistics and forums:

 


Press Releases |  Feeds | Contact
The Wikipedia article included on this page is licensed under the GFDL.
Images may be subject to relevant owners' copyright.
All other elements are (c) copyright NationMaster.com 2003-5. All Rights Reserved.
Usage implies agreement with terms, 1022, m