Canada's largest Metropolitan areas

Can you name the Largest cities of Canada?
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Last updated: September 20, 2013
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First submittedFebruary 28, 2013
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Population
1
Toronto
5,583,064
2
Montreal
3,824,221
3
Vancouver
2,313,328
4
Calgary
1,249,783
5
Ottawa
1,236,324
6
Edmonton
1,159,869
7
Winnipeg
765,706
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Population
8
Quebec city
730,018
9
Saskatoon
721,053
10
Kitchener
477,160
11
Regina
474,786
12
Victoria
260,600
13
Guelph
141,097
14
London
127,761
4 Comments
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Level 83
Jun 27, 2013
According to most sources, the spelling is 'Kitchener'.
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Level 28
Jun 15, 2014
This game is completely wrong in the second column. Saskatoon, Regina, Victoria and Guelph are not in the top 14 metropolitan areas and you gave wrong values for them (exept for Guelph). Instead,Hamilton, Halifax, St. Catharines and Oshawa has to be included.
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Level 84
Aug 21, 2014
There are big problems with this quiz. Calgary is 1,214,839 (making it #5 and Ottawa #4); you've reversed the populations of Winnipeg and Quebec [C]ity; the population you gave for Saskatoon is for Hamilton (Saskatoon falls off the list at #17); the population you gave for Regina is for London (Regina falls off the list at #18); St. Catharines should be #12 with 392,184; Halifax should be #13 with 390,328; Oshawa should be #14 with 356,177; Victoria is 344,615 (but not on the list at #15); and Guelph's population is correct, but that means it should fall off the list to #28.
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Level 84
Aug 15, 2018
Besides the fact that the answers are wrong, this quiz is now also out of date, since the figures are based on the 2011 census. It should be corrected and updated for 2016.