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Table 8
Mid-size urban centres with the highest proportion of persons aged less than 15 years in 2006
Order Mid-size urban centre Province Proportion (in percentage)
Source: Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 2006.
1 Thompson Manitoba 26.5
2 Okotoks Alberta 25.4
3 Cold Lake Alberta 24.1
4 Petawawa Ontario 22.6
5 Brooks Alberta 21.9
5 Grande Prairie Alberta 21.9
5 Prince Albert Saskatchewan 21.9
8 Fort St. John British Columbia 21.8
9 Lloydminster Saskatchewan/Alberta 21.5
9 Yellowknife Northwest Territories 21.5
11 Terrace British Columbia 21.3
12 Portage la Prairie Manitoba 21.0
13 North Battleford Saskatchewan 20.8
14 Dawson Creek British Columbia 20.6
15 Squamish British Columbia 20.5
16 Prince Rupert British Columbia 20.2
16 Wood Buffalo Alberta 20.2
18 Chilliwack British Columbia 20.0
19 Ingersoll Ontario 19.8
20 Centre Wellington Ontario 19.6
21 Leamington Ontario 19.5
22 Prince George British Columbia 19.2
23 Sept-Îles Quebec 19.1
23 Whitehorse Yukon 19.1
25 Estevan Saskatchewan 19.0