1931 Canadian Census
The Canada 1931 Census was a detailed enumeration of the Canadian population. The census count was taken as at 1 June 1931. The total population count was 10,376,379 representing a 17.9% increase over the 1911 Census population count of 8,800,249. The 1931 Census was the seventh comprehensive decennial census since the Confederation process forming the federal Dominion of Canada on 1 July 1867. The following comprehensive national census was the 1941 Census.
This census should become available to the public in 2023, 92 years after the census was collected.
Population by province
|Province||1931 Census||1921 Census||Difference||% Change|
|Prince Edward Island||88,038||88,615||-577||-0.7%|
|Royal Canadian Navy||0||485||N/A||N/A|
The highest growth rate was in British Columbia, while Quebec added the largest number of new residents. Only Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia experienced a decline in population.
- "Population Urban and Rural". Statistics Canada. Retrieved 3 October 2015.
- "Historical Statistics of Canada: Population and Migration". Statistics Canada. Retrieved 15 November 2016.