The least populated province in Canada is P.E.I. with a population of 141,000 as of April 1st, 2010.
Prince Edward Island is the province with the least amount of population. Nunavut is the smallest province in Canada if you include territories.
Prince Edward Island is Canada's smallest province, both by area and population. PEI also has, by far, the highest population density of any Canadian province.
The province of Ontario has the largest population in Canada.
Prince Edward Island is the least populated province.
the province with the highest population density in Canada is Prince Edward Island. NOT Ontario.
The definition of city as far as population goes varies from province to province, but the term city usually refers to a population centre with at least 5000 people, in Ontario (the most populous province), a city has to have at least 10 000 people. There are numerous centres that qualify for this designation.
PEI is Canada's least populous province.
At an estimated (2008) population of 139 400 people, Prince Edward Island is the least populated province in Canada.
Quebec is the biggest province by area. Ontario is the biggest province by population.
Prince Edward Island is the least populated PROVINCE in Canada with 142,266 residents as of July 1, 2010. But Nunavut is the least populated TERRITORY in Canada with only 33,220 residents.
The largest province is Quebec, but Ontario has the largest population.
As of a 2006 census, the Nunavut territory has only 29,474 residents and thus has the smallest population of any province or territory in Canada.
PEI has the lowest poulation. the population is 145,855