List of census agglomerations in Ontario

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A census agglomeration is a census geographic unit in Canada determined by Statistics Canada. A census agglomeration comprises one or more adjacent census subdivisions that has a core population of 10,000 or greater. It is eligible for classification as a census metropolitan area once it reaches a population of 100,000.[1]

As of the 2011 Census, the Province of Ontario had 28 census agglomerations.[2]

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The following is a list of the census agglomerations within Ontario.

Census agglomeration [2] Area in 2011 (km²) [2] Population in 2011 [2] Population in 2006  [3]
Chatham-Kent 2,470.69 104,075 108,589
Belleville 741.36 92,540 91,518
Sarnia 799.87 89,555 88,793
Sault Ste. Marie 805.38 79,800 80,098
Kawartha Lakes 3,083.06 73,214 74,561
North Bay 788.48 64,043 63,424
Norfolk 1,607.6 63,175 62,563
Cornwall 509.03 58,957 58,485
Leamington 508.76 49,765 49,741
Timmins 2,979.15 43,165 42,997
Orillia 458.55 40,731 40,532
Brockville 893.44 39,024 39,668
Woodstock 49 37,754 35,822
Midland 199.94 35,419 35,432
Owen Sound 628.58 32,092 32,259
Stratford 26.95 30,886 30,516
Centre Wellington 407.53 26,693 26,049
Pembroke 566.79 24,017 23,195
Collingwood 33.46 19,241 17,290
Cobourg 22.37 18,519 18,210
Port Hope 279.03 16,214 16,390
Petawawa 164.68 15,988 14,651
Kenora 211.75 15,348 15,177
Tillsonburg 22.34 15,301 14,822
Temiskaming Shores 581.43 13,566 13,654
Ingersoll 12.9 12,146 11,760
Elliot Lake 714.56 11,348 11,549
Hawkesbury (portion) 9.46 10,551 10,869

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