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Language Use at Work Highlight Tables Census Metropolitan Areas / Census Agglomerations
English Language Used at Work by Mother Tongue, 2001 Counts, for Census Metropolitan Areas(1) and Census Agglomerations - 20% Sample Data

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   Total - Mother tongue 2,653,650 39,240 49,050 2,741,935
   English 1,580,110 2,660 1,670 1,584,435
   French 36,255 2,850 1,455 40,565
   Italian 114,755 1,795 1,720 118,265
   German 24,135 185 120 24,440
   Chinese, n.o.s. 76,710 6,120 10,515 93,350
   Cantonese 60,635 7,430 11,400 79,470
   Punjabi 50,510 1,440 2,260 54,210
   Spanish 50,240 1,550 1,595 53,380
   Portuguese 61,545 3,430 4,430 69,410
   Tagalog (Pilipino) 56,940 345 425 57,710
   Polish 49,300 1,290 1,165 51,760
   Arabic 24,570 300 370 25,235
   Greek 30,510 495 350 31,355
   Dutch 7,840 45 35 7,920
   Vietnamese 19,885 590 1,010 21,490
   Ukrainian 13,060 405 420 13,880
   Russian 26,775 855 945 28,575
   Persian (Farsi) 24,235 475 585 25,295
   Mandarin 15,585 1,615 2,625 19,830
   Tamil 35,120 590 695 36,405
   Korean 17,425 1,420 1,205 20,050
   Hungarian 12,205 155 180 12,540
   Urdu 24,460 135 195 24,795
   Hindi 13,485 75 95 13,655
   Gujarati 20,040 180 350 20,575
   Croatian 12,460 140 140 12,740
   Romanian 12,010 240 285 12,530
   Serbian 9,970 195 220 10,380
   Creoles 1,250 40 20 1,310
   Japanese 3,470 345 195 4,005
   Czech 3,770 35 30 3,840
   Serbo-Croatian 3,860 20 75 3,960
   Armenian 5,620 80 105 5,800
   Bengali 7,975 50 90 8,115
   Finnish 2,260 45 10 2,320
   Macedonian 7,820 65 105 7,980
   Slovak 2,500 45 10 2,555
   Icelandic 65 0 0 65
   Turkish 3,860 100 155 4,110
   Twi 5,190 0 45 5,240
   Other non-Aboriginal languages 75,455 875 1,175 77,505
   Cree 70 0 0 70
   Inuktitut (Eskimo) 10 0 0 10
   Ojibway 200 0 10 195
   Montagnais-Naskapi 0 0 0 0
   Oji-Cree 10 0 0 0
   Micmac 10 0 0 10
   Dene 0 0 0 0
   Other Aboriginal languages 95 0 0 100
   English and French 4,140 70 40 4,250
   English and non-official language 41,765 380 395 42,545
   French and non-official language 2,665 80 120 2,865
   English, French and non-official language 810 10 0 820
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Special Note: Population 15 Years and Over Who Worked Since 2000

Refers to those who have worked since January 1, 2000, regardless of whether or not they were in the labour force in the reference week. For additional information, please refer to the 2001 Census Dictionary.

(1) A census metropolitan area (CMA) or census agglomeration (CA) is delineated using adjacent municipalities (census subdivisions) as building blocks. To view the census subdivisions that comprise a census metropolitan area or census agglomeration, click here.

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