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Table 10
Small towns and rural communities with the highest proportion of persons aged less than 15 years in 2006
Order Small town or rural community Province Population Proportion (in percentage)
Source: Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 2006.
1 Mackenzie No. 23 Alberta 10,002 35.6
2 Stanley Manitoba 6,367 35.0
3 Hanover Manitoba 11,871 31.6
4 Peace River B British Columbia 5,538 30.6
4 Taber Alberta 6,280 30.6
6 Mapleton Ontario 9,851 28.1
7 Wellesley Ontario 9,789 28.0
8 Big Lakes Alberta 5,805 26.6
9 Malahide Ontario 8,828 25.2
9 Iqaluit Nunavut 6,184 25.2
11 Slave Lake Alberta 6,703 25.1
12 Willow Creek No. 26 Alberta 5,337 25.0
13 The Pas Manitoba 5,589 24.6
14 Sylvan Lake Alberta 10,208 24.3
14 Bayham Ontario 6,727 24.3
16 Norwich Ontario 10,481 24.1
17 Perth East Ontario 12,041 24.0
18 Whitecourt Alberta 8,971 23.8
19 Bonnyville No. 87 Alberta 10,194 23.5
20 Lakeland County Alberta 6,365 23.2
21 Oromocto New Brunswick 8,402 23.0
22 Kneehill County Alberta 5,218 22.9
22 West Lincoln Ontario 13,167 22.9
24 Wheatland County Alberta 8,164 22.5
25 Smithers British Columbia 5,217 22.4