25 Largest Canadian Cities (metro)

According to Statistics Canada, what were the 25 largest metropolitan areas by population from the 2011 census?
Source: Stats Canada: http://tinyurl.com/btxglem
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5,583,064
Toronto, ON
3,824,221
Montreal, QC
2,313,328
Vancouver, BC
1,236,324
Ottawa-Gatineau, ON/QC
1,214,839
Calgary, AB
1,159,869
Edmonton, AB
765,706
Quebec, QC
730,018
Winnipeg, MB
721,053
Hamilton, ON
477,160
Kitchener-Waterloo, ON
474,786
London, ON
392,184
St. Catharines-Niagara, ON
390,328
Halifax, NS
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356,177
Oshawa, ON
344,615
Victoria, BC
319,246
Windsor, ON
260,600
Saskatoon, SK
210,556
Regina, SK
201,890
Sherbrooke, QC
196,966
St. John's, NL
187,013
Barrie, ON
179,839
Kelowna, BC
170,191
Abbotsford-Mission, BC
160,770
Sudbury, ON
159,561
Kingston, ON
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Level 52
Feb 16, 2014
Good quiz...wish I did better : /
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Level 21
Apr 10, 2017
What about Whitehorse and Yellowknife
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Level 39
Jul 19, 2020
way too smal
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Level 74
Aug 28, 2020
The populations of Nunavut, Yukon, and the NW Territories combined is still less than the smallest metro on this list.