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Population by immigrant status and period of immigration, 2006 counts, for Canada and census subdivisions (municipalities) with 5,000-plus population - 20% sample data

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Geographic name Immigrant status and period of immigration
Total population1 Non-immigrant population2 Immigrant population3 Immigrated before 1991 Immigrated between 1991 and 1995 Immigrated between 1996 and 2000 Immigrated between 2001 and 20064
Notes:
  1. The total population count includes the non-immigrant population, the immigrant population and the non-permanent resident population. The non-permanent resident population is not shown separately in this table.
  2. Non-immigrants are persons who are Canadian citizens by birth. Although most Canadian citizens by birth were born in Canada, a small number were born outside Canada to Canadian parents.
  3. Immigrants are persons who are, or have ever been, landed immigrants in Canada. A landed immigrant is a person who has been granted the right to live in Canada permanently by immigration authorities. Some immigrants have resided in Canada for a number of years, while others are more recent arrivals. Most immigrants are born outside Canada, but a small number were born in Canada. Includes immigrants who landed in Canada prior to Census Day, May 16, 2006.
  4. Includes immigrants who landed in Canada prior to Census Day, May 16, 2006.
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Canada ! 31,241,030 24,788,720 6,186,950 3,408,420 823,925 844,625 1,109,980
Abbotsford, CY (B.C.) ! 122,175 88,995 31,950 17,425 4,825 4,420 5,285
Acton Vale, V (Que.) ! 7,520 7,435 85 75 10 0 0
Adjala-Tosorontio, TP (Ont.) 10,695 9,275 1,330 1,150 80 70 35
Airdrie, CY (Alta.) ! 28,795 26,750 1,970 1,520 150 140 165
Ajax, T (Ont.) 89,835 61,760 27,550 17,325 4,070 2,985 3,170
Alfred and Plantagenet, TP (Ont.) ! 8,440 8,205 235 210 0 10 10
Algoma, Unorganized, North Part, NO (Ont.) ! 5,725 5,250 365 360 0 0 0
Alma, V (Que.) ! 29,705 29,500 200 95 30 15 55
Alnwick, P (N.B.) ! 6,110 6,080 30 30 0 0 0
Alnwick/Haldimand, TP (Ont.) 6,410 5,755 640 565 55 15 0
Amherst, T (N.S.) 9,280 9,045 230 195 15 0 15
Amherstburg, T (Ont.) 21,600 19,100 2,445 2,010 75 160 200
Amos, V (Que.) 12,260 12,140 120 100 0 10 10
Amqui, V (Que.) 6,120 6,105 15 0 0 0 10
Annapolis, Subd. A, SC (N.S.) ! 6,290 5,815 470 345 10 30 85
Annapolis, Subd. C, SC (N.S.) 5,040 4,785 245 185 20 30 10
Antigonish, Subd. A, SC (N.S.) 7,720 7,260 440 370 0 25 35
Antigonish, Subd. B, SC (N.S.) ! 6,510 6,400 90 60 10 0 15
Argyle, MD (N.S.) ! 8,595 8,425 155 120 20 10 0
Arnprior, T (Ont.) 7,080 6,680 390 325 10 10 40
Arran-Elderslie, MU (Ont.) 6,655 6,395 260 225 15 0 20
Asbestos, V (Que.) ! 6,655 6,560 90 40 20 15 20
Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh, TP (Ont.) ! 5,405 4,750 645 505 10 100 40
Athabasca County No. 12, CM (Alta.) ! 7,585 7,160 385 320 40 10 20
Augusta, TP (Ont.) ! 7,505 6,750 760 620 40 50 45
Aurora, T (Ont.) 47,030 36,105 10,520 6,145 1,290 1,800 1,285
Aylmer, T (Ont.) ! 7,000 5,495 1,500 1,140 90 60 205
Baie-Comeau, V (Que.) ! 22,200 22,010 190 70 30 50 35
Baie-Saint-Paul, V (Que.) ! 7,035 6,955 75 30 10 35 0
Banff, T (Alta.) ! 6,660 5,095 1,075 585 125 95 270
Barrhead County No. 11, CM (Alta.) ! 5,845 5,220 540 360 75 45 65
Barrie, CY (Ont.) 126,830 109,400 16,735 11,745 1,570 1,555 1,855
Barrington, MD (N.S.) 7,300 7,155 145 100 10 30 0
Bathurst, P (N.B.) 5,130 4,990 140 80 15 15 30
Bathurst, CY (N.B.) ! 12,390 12,120 265 200 20 0 40
Bay Roberts, T (N.L.) 5,395 5,350 35 25 0 0 0
Bayham, MU (Ont.) 6,725 5,240 1,285 755 240 80 205
Beaconsfield, V (Que.) ! 19,065 14,435 4,315 2,930 395 360 635
Beaubassin East / Beaubassin-est, RCR (N.B.) ! 6,400 6,250 155 105 35 10 15
Beauceville, V (Que.) 6,070 6,025 35 20 0 0 10
Beauharnois, V (Que.) ! 11,690 11,520 175 115 15 15 20
Beaumont, T (Alta.) 8,960 8,330 605 435 45 50 75
Beaver County, CM (Alta.) ! 5,675 5,355 315 205 20 30 55
Beckwith, TP (Ont.) ! 6,385 5,910 475 350 25 65 30
Belleville, CY (Ont.) ! 47,875 42,860 4,720 3,370 365 455 535
Beloeil, V (Que.) 18,620 17,990 615 420 40 60 90
Beresford, P (N.B.) 6,210 6,205 10 10 0 0 0
Big Lakes, MD (Alta.) ! 5,805 5,635 170 105 20 20 25
Blainville, V (Que.) 46,490 43,935 2,505 1,465 240 370 435
Blandford-Blenheim, TP (Ont.) ! 7,150 6,585 550 475 10 50 25
Blue Mountains, T (Ont.) ! 6,745 5,820 910 835 10 20 40
Bluewater, MU (Ont.) ! 6,970 6,550 410 360 10 35 10
Bois-des-Filion, V (Que.) ! 8,325 8,070 255 120 20 85 30
Boisbriand, V (Que.) ! 26,420 24,820 1,595 1,110 150 170 165
Boischatel, MÉ (Que.) 5,195 5,085 110 55 0 30 20
Bonnyville, T (Alta.) ! 5,725 5,445 255 140 15 25 75
Bonnyville No. 87, MD (Alta.) ! 10,170 9,905 260 195 10 25 35
Boucherville, V (Que.) ! 38,505 36,635 1,855 1,120 150 210 380
Bracebridge, T (Ont.) ! 15,360 14,030 1,300 1,035 70 95 95
Bradford West Gwillimbury, T (Ont.) 23,830 18,870 4,885 3,890 455 335 205
Brampton, CY (Ont.) 431,575 222,080 206,185 94,675 34,140 34,485 42,890
Brandon, CY (Man.) ! 40,710 37,570 2,715 1,525 165 245 780
Brant, CY (Ont.) 33,980 30,505 3,430 2,940 110 215 160
Brantford, CY (Ont.) 88,845 76,005 12,510 9,210 1,375 890 1,030
Brazeau County, MD (Alta.) ! 7,045 E 6,800 E 245 E 165 E 20 E 20 E 40 E
Bridgewater, T (N.S.) 7,850 7,535 315 250 0 15 45
Brighton, MU (Ont.) 9,605 8,475 1,130 1,005 20 60 35
Brock, TP (Ont.) 11,755 10,700 1,060 935 35 55 30
Brockton, MU (Ont.) 9,480 8,995 485 420 25 25 15
Brockville, CY (Ont.) ! 21,770 19,730 1,975 1,690 120 70 100
Bromont, V (Que.) ! 6,050 5,705 310 115 90 60 50
Brooks, CY (Alta.) 12,495 10,290 2,080 640 135 385 925
Brossard, V (Que.) ! 70,740 46,540 23,640 12,610 4,070 3,210 3,750
Brownsburg-Chatham, V (Que.) ! 6,620 6,345 240 210 30 0 0
Bulkley-Nechako A, RDA (B.C.) ! 5,290 4,640 625 440 75 80 30
Burlington, CY (Ont.) 162,480 125,475 36,280 25,465 3,130 3,660 4,020
Burnaby, CY (B.C.) ! 200,855 94,485 102,030 41,725 17,865 20,650 21,790
Burton, P (N.B.) ! 4,990 4,825 165 125 25 10 0
Bécancour, V (Que.) ! 10,965 10,695 265 170 25 60 0
Caledon, T (Ont.) ! 56,840 44,830 11,805 9,775 925 580 520
Calgary, CY (Alta.) ! 979,485 725,365 242,750 120,345 29,985 35,565 56,855
Cambridge, CY (Ont.) 119,410 93,895 25,225 18,355 1,935 2,000 2,930
Campbell River, CY (B.C.) ! 29,370 26,225 3,035 2,370 275 190 200
Campbellton, CY (N.B.) 6,970 6,820 140 100 0 10 30
Camrose, CY (Alta.) ! 15,170 14,105 1,025 790 55 55 120
Camrose County No. 22, CM (Alta.) ! 7,175 6,790 370 265 70 10 25
Candiac, V (Que.) 15,945 14,715 1,195 800 130 135 130
Canmore, T (Alta.) ! 12,015 9,805 1,885 1,070 185 365 260
Cantley, MÉ (Que.) 7,915 7,645 275 215 0 25 25
Cape Breton, RGM (N.S.) ! 100,980 99,195 1,655 1,315 75 120 145
Capital F, RDA (B.C.) ! 9,555 7,195 2,310 1,860 130 145 180
Capital G, RDA (B.C.) ! 5,100 3,840 1,210 1,030 90 35 45
Cariboo A, RDA (B.C.) ! 5,855 5,445 380 320 15 20 25
Carignan, V (Que.) 7,415 6,985 430 285 15 50 75
Carleton Place, T (Ont.) 9,355 8,585 760 615 45 25 70
Castlegar, CY (B.C.) ! 7,060 6,275 725 585 40 55 50
Cavan-Millbrook-North Monaghan, TP (Ont.) 8,620 7,940 665 630 15 10 10
Central Elgin, MU (Ont.) ! 12,605 11,210 1,370 1,210 55 45 65
Central Huron, MU (Ont.) 7,615 6,875 735 545 15 60 120
Central Okanagan J, RDA (B.C.) ! 28,850 24,305 4,440 3,720 275 205 240
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