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Census 2011: Where are Canada's most high-density neighbourhoods?

Census 2011: Where are Canada's most high-density neighbourhoods?

 

The top 10 most crowded city subdivisions in Canada, according to the 2011 census:

1. The City of Vancouver with 5,249.1 people per square kilometre.

2. Westmount, in Montreal, with 4,952.8 people per square kilometre.

3. Cote-Saint-Luc, in Montreal, with a density of 4,649.1.

4. The City of Montreal, with 4,517.6.

5. New Westminster, near Vancouver, with 4,222.2.

6. The City of Toronto, at 4,149.5.

7. Victoria, at 4,109.4.

8. North Vancouver, at 4,073.8.

9. Hampstead, in Montreal, at 3,996.5.

10. White Rock, in the Vancouver area, at 3,773.5.

Among smaller towns:

1. Okotoks, Alta., with 1,273.8 people per square kilometre.

2. Stratford, Ont., with a density of 1,146.0.

3. Hawkesbury, on the Ontario-Quebec border, at 988.3.

Source: Statistics Canada