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Demographics of Edmonton

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Federal census
population history
YearPop.±%
19012,626—    
190611,167+325.2%
191124,900+123.0%
191653,846+116.2%
192158,821+9.2%
192665,163+10.8%
193179,197+21.5%
193685,774+8.3%
194193,817+9.4%
1946113,116+20.6%
1951159,631+41.1%
1956226,002+41.6%
1961281,027+24.3%
1966376,925+34.1%
1971438,152+16.2%
1976461,361+5.3%
1981532,246+15.4%
1986573,982+7.8%
1991616,741+7.4%
1996616,306−0.1%
2001666,104+8.1%
2006730,372+9.6%
2011812,201+11.2%
2016932,546+14.8%
Source: Statistics Canada
[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11]
[12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23]

According to the 2011 census, the City of Edmonton had a population of 812,201 residents, compared to 3,645,257 for all of Alberta, Canada.[24] The total population of the Edmonton census metropolitan area (CMA) was 1,159,869, making it the sixth-largest CMA in Canada,[25] while Statistics Canada estimated the CMA's 2011 population to be 1,196,342.[26] In 2014, a municipal census indicated the city had a population of 877,926.[27]

Growth and density

In the five years between 2006 and 2011, the population of the City of Edmonton grew by 11.2%, compared with an increase of 12.1% for the Edmonton CMA and 10.8% for Alberta as a whole. The population density of the City of Edmonton averaged 1,186.8 km2 (458.2 sq mi), compared with an average of 5.7 km2 (2.2 sq mi) for Alberta altogether.[24]

Age and gender

In mid-2006, 11.9% of Edmonton's population were of retirement age (65 and over for males and females) compared with 13.7% in Canada.[28] The median age was 35.3 years of age, compared to 37.6 years of age for all of Canada. Also, according to the 2006 census, 50.5% of the population within the City of Edmonton were female, while 49.5% were male. Children under five accounted for approximately 5.6% of the resident population of Edmonton. This compares with 6.2% in Alberta, and almost 5.2% for Canada overall.[28]

Ethnic origin

In 2011, people of European ethnicities formed the largest cluster of ethnic groups in Edmonton, mostly of English, Scottish, German, Irish, Ukrainian, and French origin.[29] Also in 2011, visible minorities accounted for 30% of the population, while 5.3% of Edmontonians were considered Aboriginal and 64.7% were considered Caucasian.[24]

Population by ethnicity, 2011
Ethnic origin[30] Population Percent
English 153,190 19.25%
Canadian 139,440 17.52%
German 185,990 15.51%
Scottish 120,575 15.15%
Irish 118,800 14.93%
Ukrainian 93,420 11.74%
French 83,245 10.46%
Chinese 57,920 7.28%
East Indian 46,570 5.85%
Polish 44,365 5.58%

Ethnic breakdown of Edmonton (2011)

  European (64.7%)
  South Asian (7.2%)
  Chinese (6.2%)
  Filipino (4.6%)
  Black (3.8%)
  Latin American (1.7%)
  Arab (1.7%)
  Other (2.8%)
  Indigenous (5.3%)

Visible minorities and Aboriginals

Canada 2016 Census[31] Population % of total population (2016)
Visible minority group
South Asian 86,550 9.5%
Chinese 57,715 6.3%
Black 54,285 5.9%
Filipino 53,980 5.9%
Latin American 16,980 1.9%
Arab 23,970 2.6%
Southeast Asian 16,305 1.8%
West Asian 6,390 0.7%
Korean 7,025 0.8%
Japanese 1,940 0.2%
Other visible minority 3,655 0.4%
Mixed visible minority 10,255 1.1%
Total visible minority population 339,035 37.1%
Aboriginal group First Nations 36,125 4%
Métis 24,295 2.7%
Inuit 940 0.1%
Total Aboriginal population 58,080 6.4%
European 509,695 55.8%
Total population 932,546 100%
Visible minority and Aboriginal population[32][33][34]
Population group Population (2011) % of total population (2011) Population (2006) % of total population (2006)
European 514,935 64.7% 518,625 71.8%
Visible minority group South Asian 57,500 7.2% 38,225 5.3%
Chinese 49,660 6.2% 45,305 6.3%
Black 30,355 3.8% 19,020 2.6%
Filipino 36,565 4.6% 18,245 2.5%
Latin American 13,330 1.7% 8,650 1.2%
Arab 13,800 1.7% 11,205 1.6%
Southeast Asian 15,480 1.9% 10,635 1.5%
Middle Eastern 6,610 0.8% 2,690 0.4%
Korean 4,565 0.6% 3,440 0.5%
Japanese 2,080 0.3% 1,845 0.3%
Visible minority, n.i.e. 2,150 0.3% 1,255 0.2%
Multiple visible minorities 6,665 0.8% 4,940 0.7%
Total visible minority population 238,755 30% 165,465 22.9%
Aboriginal group First Nations 18,860 2.4% 15,980 2.2%
Métis 21,160 2.7% 20,690 2.9%
Inuit 695 0.1% 495 0.1%
Aboriginal, n.i.e. 540 0.1% 625 0.1%
Multiple Aboriginal identities 735 0.1% 375 0.1%
Total Aboriginal population 41,985 5.3% 38,170 5.3%
Total population 795,675 100% 722,260 100%

Religion

The 2011 National Household Survey identified 55.8% of Edmontonians as Christian, while 31.1% of residents were identified as having no religion.[35]

Religion in Edmonton (2011)

  No Religion (31.1%)
  Christian (55.8%)
  Muslim (5.5%)
  Sikh (2.5%)
  Buddhist (2.1%)
  Hindu (1.9%)
  Jewish (0.4%)
  Other (0.6%)
  Indigenous Spirituality (0.2%)
Religion (2011) 1 Denomination Congregation Proportion 2
Christian 444,560 55.8%
Catholic 206,030 25.9%
United Church 39,405 5.0%
Anglican Church 23,935 3.0%
Lutheran 20,720 2.6%
Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox 19,200 2.4%
Baptist 15,150 1.9%
Pentecostal 14,360 1.8%
Presbyterian 5,955 0.7%
Other Christian 99,775 12.5%
Muslim 43,865 5.5%
Sikh 19,555 2.5%
Buddhist 16,840 2.1%
Hindu 14,865 1.9%
Jewish 3,445 0.4%
Other Religions 4,435 0.6%
Aboriginal spirituality 1,240 0.2%
No religious affiliation 247,150 31.1%
Total 795,675 100%
^1 Statistics Canada. 2013. Alberta (Code 48) (table). National Household Survey (NHS) Profile. 2011 National Household Survey. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 99-004-XWE. Ottawa. Released September 11, 2013. [35]
^2 All percentages are rounded to nearest 0.1%.

See also

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