Canada · Population

On this page you can find past, current and future population statistics for Canada (from 1950-2100), population map, demographics, live population counter etc. . Question: What is the population of Canada? Answer: Current population of Canada is: 36 768 498*[1], area 9984670 km², population density 3.68 p/km². Capital of Canada is Ottawa. Continent: Northern America.

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Canada · Population 1950-2100

Canada · historical and predicted populations (both sexes) for the period 1950-2100 (millions) De facto population in Canada as of 1 July of the year indicated. Source United Nations Population Division [1].

What was the Canada population at your birthday?*

Enter your birth date to find out. [1]

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Current Canada population

36 768 498

Today This year
Population growth Today
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Births Today
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Deaths Today
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Changes every 114.28 sec.
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Sources: [1]
Today's statistic since midnight 00:00.
This year, statistic changes since 1st January
Population = Births** - Deaths

Canada population map

City density [2]population density [3]Legend (Click on marker to hide it)
• Population Growth rate: 947 / day = 39.44 / hour = 0.657 / minute = 0.011 / seconds
• Births Growth rate**: 1703 / day = 70.9 / hour = 1.185 / minute = 0.0198 / seconds
• Deaths Growth rate: 756 / day = 31.5 / hour = 0.525 / minute = 0.0088 / seconds.

Current Canada population by age and sex for 2017-11-22*

  Male % Female
0-4 985 186 ⇐+5.6% 933 009
5-9 1 048 401 ⇐+4.5% 1 003 213
10-14 977 452 ⇐+5% 930 669
15-19 1 031 837 ⇐+5.6% 976 656
20-24 1 255 803 ⇐+4.8% 1 198 812
25-29 1 275 208 ⇐+1.8% 1 252 628
30-34 1 283 886 +0.3%⇒ 1 287 117
35-39 1 237 975 +1.1%⇒ 1 251 118
40-44 1 181 244 +0.8%⇒ 1 191 209
45-49 1 160 123 +0.1%⇒ 1 161 699
50-54 1 357 040 ⇐+0.7% 1 347 213
55-59 1 390 803 ⇐+0.3% 1 386 892
60-64 1 174 878 +1.7%⇒ 1 195 089
65-69 1 011 119 +4.5%⇒ 1 056 448
70-74 750 059 +9.3%⇒ 819 444
75-79 490 082 +17.2%⇒ 574 377
80-84 328 324 +29.9%⇒ 426 438
85-89 200 187 +53%⇒ 306 287
90-94 85 852 +98.8%⇒ 170 685
95-99 15 649 +216.7%⇒ 49 556
100+ 1 529 +377.3%⇒ 7 298

Sources: [1]

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Childrens per woman

Life expectancy at birth

First letter of the City


Filter by starting letters of the city (318 cities):
A (8) | B (23) | C (31) | D (8) | E (7) | F (5) | G (12) | H (7) | I (3) | J (1) | K (8) | L (23) | M (22) | N (15) | O (8) | P (23) | Q (4) | R (13) | S (55) | T (13) | V (9) | W (18) | Y (2) |

Population for cities or regions in Canada (318)

This is not full list. Only 50 largest cities in alphabetical order. You can click on start letter of the city ↑ :
Abbotsford British Columbia
Ajax Ontario
Barrie Ontario
Brampton Ontario
Burlington Ontario
Burnaby British Columbia
Calgary Alberta
Cambridge Ontario
Coquitlam British Columbia
Edmonton Alberta
Gatineau Quebec
Greater Sudbury Ontario
Guelph Ontario
Halifax Nova Scotia
Hamilton Ontario
Kelowna British Columbia
Kingston Ontario
Kitchener Ontario
Langley Township of Langley British Columbia
Laval Quebec
Lévis Quebec
London Ontario
Longueuil Quebec
Markham Ontario
Mississauga Ontario
Montréal Montreal Quebec
North Vancouver British Columbia
Oakville Ontario
Oshawa Ontario
Ottawa Ontario
Québec Quebec
Regina Saskatchewan
Richmond British Columbia
Richmond Hill Ontario
Saanich British Columbia
Saguenay Quebec
Saskatoon Saskatchewan
Sherbrooke Quebec
St. Catharines Ontario
Saint John's St. John's Newfoundland and Labrador
Surrey British Columbia
Terrebonne Quebec
Thunder Bay Ontario
Toronto Ontario
Trois-Rivières Quebec
Vancouver British Columbia
Vaughan Ontario
Whitby Ontario
Windsor Ontario
Winnipeg Manitoba

Sources, Notices

* Value is calculated with linear interpolation from 2 nearest estimated (date->population) data (unofficial).
** Net migration is included in Births with this calculation: Births = Population[1] + Deaths[1].
*** For years before 1950 we dont have population data. Value is approximate calculation using function: 1900 population = 70% of 1950 population.
[1] United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (2015). World Population Prospects: The 2015 Revision. Data are estimates and projections according to a medium-fertility variant. Reused with the permission of the United Nations. Downloaded: 2015-11-15 (un.org)
[2] City density map, generated by population.city using data provided to us by 1km.net website. Every circle is city with population over 5000. Link
[3] Population density map generated by instructions from daysleeperrr on reddig. Link1. Used data source is the Gridded Population of the World (GPW), v3 online at the the Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC) at Columbia University. Link2. Additional urban land cover: Extracted from Global Land Cover Characteristics Data Base Version 2.0 and Binary MOD12Q1 data on shadedrelief.com. Link3 (PNG,0.5Mb).