|population of canada 1925||0.18||0.9||3441||15|
|population of canada 1920||0.83||0.8||4822||55|
|population of canada 1935||1.5||0.3||9703||27|
|population of canada 1915||0.22||0.2||704||32|
|population of canada 1921||0.86||0.3||8828||98|
|population of canada 1910||0.84||0.8||6679||22|
|population of canada 1930||1.77||0.1||5340||27|
|population of canada 1940||1.61||1||974||84|
|population of canada in 1920||0.71||0.3||7980||19|
|canada population 1920||0.72||0.3||5227||27|
|canada population in 1920||1.18||0.5||3801||72|
The Canada 1921 census was a detailed enumeration of the Canadian population. The census count was taken as at 1 June 1921. The total population count was 8,788,483 representing a 22% increase over the 1911 Census population count of 7,206,643. The 1921 Census was the sixth comprehensive decennial census since Canadian Confederation on 1 July 1867.What happened in Canada in the year 1925?
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Events from the year 1925 in Canada . February 5 – Post Office workers are brought under civil service regulations. February 24 – The Lake of the Woods Treaty works out joint Canadian-American control of the Lake of the Woods. April 13 – Women win the right to vote in Newfoundland.What is the population of Canada today?
Today, Canada’s population growth is dependent on international migration. As of the 2016 census, Canada’s population was nearly 35.2 million (35,151,728).What was Canada’s population in 1867?
At Confederation in 1867, Canada’s population stood at 3.4 million. The country consisted of Lower Canada (Quebec), Upper Canada (Ontario), Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. As the 20th century approached, the population experienced declining birth and death rates, though in absolute terms it continued to grow.