Which province in Canada is the most heavy populated?
If you are asking which province has the highest population density, the answer is Prince Edward Island.
If you are asking which province has the largest population, the answer is Ontario.
Most Densely Populated Province As of 2000, Cavite province in Southern Tagalog was the most densely populated among provinces with 1,602 inhabitants per square kilometer while Apayao province in Cagayan Valley was the most sparsely populated with only 24 persons per square kilometer. Most Populated Province Cebu province, including its 6 cities, had a total population of 3.1 million as of 2000, the highest among the country's 79 provinces. Other highly populated provinces were Pangasinan…
Canada's most densely populated province is Prince Edward Island (PEI), with a density of 24.97 persons per square kilometer. Next comes Nova Scotia at 17.63, followed by Ontario at 14.29. Canada's population density is a surprisingly low 3.73 persons per square kilometer. Canada's overall population density is the eighth lowest in the world. Comparing Canada with its neighbour to the south, the population density of the USA is 33.51 persons per square kilometer. Canada's most…
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.
Nova Scotia is known as the second smallest province in Canada. Nova Scotia also includes beautiful Cape Breton Island and approximately 3800 coastal islands. In 2011 the population of Nova Scotia was approximately 921000. In comparison to other provinces in Canada, Nova Scotia would be the second most densely populated province in Canada as of 2011