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This article was published 8/2/2012 (1872 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
-- Fewer than one in five Canadians now lives in rural areas
-- One in three Canadians lives in one of the three largest metropolitan areas: Toronto, Montreal or Vancouver
-- Thunder Bay, Ont., suffered the largest percentage decrease in population, losing 10.3 per cent.
-- Every province experienced positive growth between 2006-11
-- The 33.5 million Canadians counted is nearly the same number of people China added to its 1.3 billion population in the past five years
-- Canada's head count represents a bit less than one-half of one per cent of Earth's seven billion residents