Canada - Population in largest city

Population in largest city

The value for Population in largest city in Canada was 5,514,118 as of 2011. As the graph below shows, over the past 51 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 5,514,118 in 2011 and a minimum value of 1,744,328 in 1960.

Definition: Population in largest city is the urban population living in the country's largest metropolitan area.

Source: United Nations, World Urbanization Prospects.

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Year Value
1960 1,744,328
1961 1,829,530
1962 1,892,091
1963 1,956,790
1964 2,023,796
1965 2,092,903
1966 2,165,491
1967 2,252,437
1968 2,343,002
1969 2,436,943
1970 2,534,788
1971 2,630,831
1972 2,665,019
1973 2,699,554
1974 2,734,586
1975 2,770,072
1976 2,807,079
1977 2,855,955
1978 2,905,750
1979 2,956,414
1980 3,008,032
1981 3,061,725
1982 3,132,656
1983 3,205,229
1984 3,279,588
1985 3,355,459
1986 3,433,952
1987 3,523,629
1988 3,615,776
1989 3,710,070
1990 3,806,957
1991 3,904,154
1992 3,975,528
1993 4,048,005
1994 4,121,907
1995 4,197,157
1996 4,274,256
1997 4,355,039
1998 4,437,464
1999 4,521,449
2000 4,607,142
2001 4,693,504
2002 4,776,698
2003 4,861,366
2004 4,947,655
2005 5,035,232
2006 5,124,484
2007 5,212,814
2008 5,297,724
2009 5,377,099
2010 5,449,456
2011 5,514,118

Classification

Topic: Environment Indicators

Sub-Topic: Density & urbanization