List of population centres in Newfoundland and Labrador

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Population centre, in Canadian census data, is a populated place, or a cluster of interrelated populated places, which meets the demographic characteristics of an urban area, having a population of at least 1,000 people and a population density of no fewer than 400 persons per square km2.[1]

The term was first introduced in the Canada 2011 Census; prior to that, Statistics Canada used the term urban area.[1]

In the 2011 census, Statistics Canada listed 30 population centres in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.[2]

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Rank Population centre Size group Population in 2011  Population in 2006 
1 St. John's Large urban 165,346 152,729
2 Corner Brook Small 19,759 19,976
3 Grand Falls-Windsor Small 12,714 12,471
4 Bay Roberts Small 10,638 10,180
5 Gander Small 10,234 9,410
6 Labrador City Small 9,228 8,979
7 Carbonear Small 7,337 7,199
8 Happy Valley-Goose Bay Small 6,427 6,588
9 Stephenville Small 6,416 6,294
10 Goulds Small 4,525 4,587
11 Clarenville-Shoal Harbour Small 4,406 3,873
12 Marystown Small 4,181 4,026
13 Deer Lake Small 3,977 3,971
14 Channel-Port aux Basques Small 3,794 4,113
15 Bonavista Small 3,319 3,535
16 Bishop's Falls Small 3,262 3,326
17 Lewisporte Small 3,047 2,846
18 Botwood Small 3,008 3,052
19 Springdale Small 2,907 2,764
20 Dunville Small 2,853 3,133
21 Pasadena Small 2,636 2,505
22 Grand Bank Small 2,355 2,518
23 St. Anthony Small 2,351 2,442
24 Wabana Small 2,346 2,418
25 Harbour Breton Small 1,711 1,877
26 Gambo Small 1,688 1,745
27 Burgeo Small 1,464 1,602
28 Humber Arm South Small 1,442 1,305
29 Stephenville Crossing Small 1,140 1,209
30 Fortune Small 1,055 1,045

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