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Census 2011's top five Canadian communities with the most men, women

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OTTAWA - Top five communities (population 10,000 or more) with the highest percentage of male residents, according to census data released Tuesday by Statistics Canada.

Wood Buffalo, Alta., (includes Fort McMurray) 54.5 per cent

Census 2011

Petawawa, Ont., 54.1 per cent

Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines, Que., 53.6 per cent

Red Deer Community, 52.6 per cent

Cold Lake, Alta., 52.5 per cent

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Top five communities (population 10,000 or more) with the highest percentage of female residents, according to census data released Tuesday by Statistics Canada.

Sidney, B.C., 55.2 per cent

Saint-Lambert, Que., 55 per cent

White Rock, B.C., 54.8 per cent

Oak Bay, B.C., 54.6 per cent

Parksville, B.C., 54.5 per cent

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