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Population by mother tongue and age groups: Canada Language Statistics

Geographic name Mother tongue Footnote1
Total English French Non-official language English and French English and non-official language French and non-official language English, French and non-official language
Canada ! 33,121,175 18,858,980 7,054,975 6,567,685 144,685 396,330 74,430 24,095
Newfoundland and Labrador 509,950 497,565 2,480 8,790 465 585 45 25
Prince Edward Island 138,435 127,635 5,195 4,860 445 260 35 10
Nova Scotia 910,615 836,090 31,110 37,090 3,030 2,855 315 130
New Brunswick 739,900 479,935 233,530 18,395 6,580 1,115 245 90
Quebec ! 7,815,955 599,230 6,102,210 961,700 64,800 23,435 51,640 12,950
Ontario ! 12,722,065 8,677,040 493,300 3,264,435 46,605 219,425 13,645 7,610
Manitoba ! 1,193,095 869,990 42,090 256,500 3,800 18,940 1,425 365
Saskatchewan ! 1,018,310 860,500 16,280 129,035 1,730 9,850 750 175
Alberta ! 3,610,180 2,780,200 68,545 698,930 8,410 49,970 2,945 1,185
British Columbia! 4,356,210 3,062,430 57,280 1,154,220 8,600 68,800 3,345 1,530
Yukon ! 33,655 28,065 1,455 3,625 140 335 20 15
Northwest Territories ! 41,035 31,375 1,080 8,045 75 445 15 5
Nunavut ! 31,765 8,925 435 22,070 10 320 5 0

Footnote 1

Refers to the first language learned at home in childhood and still understood by the individual at the time of the census (May 10, 2011).

 

 

 

 



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