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Hwy43 is correct. "Population centre" is a specific thing with a specific definition, which is not synonymous with every populated place that exists at all. A place can have the necessary size of population but fail to have the necessary population density — according to St. George's community profile, its population density is 95.6/km2, which is a far cry from the 400/km2 that's the minimum standard for classification as an urban area. So if a place isn't on Statistics Canada's list of population centres, then it doesn't go on ours either. Bearcat (talk) 22:32, 6 April 2014 (UTC)