Top 50 markets by population

Statistics Canada 2016 Census Data

1.   Toronto, ON 5,928,040
2.   Montreal, QC 4,098,927
3.   Vancouver, BC 2,463,431
4.   Calgary, AB 1,392,609
5.   Ottawa-Gatineau, ON 1,323,783
6.   Edmonton, AB 1,321,426
7.   Quebec City, QC 800,296
8.   Winnipeg, MB 778,489
9.   Hamilton, ON 747,545
10.   Mississauga, ON 721,599
11.   Kitchener - Waterloo, ON 523,894
12.   London, ON 494,069
13.   St. Catharines - Niagara, ON 406,074
14.   Halifax, NS 403,390
15.   Oshawa-Whitby, ON 379,848
16.   Victoria, BC 367,770
17.   Windsor, ON 329,144
18.   Saskatoon, SK 295,095
19.   Regina, SK 236,481
20.   Sherbrooke, QC 212,105
21.   St. John's, NL 205,955
22.   Barrie, ON 197,059
23.   Kelowna, BC 194,882
24.   Abbotsford, BC 180,518
25.   Sudbury (Greater), ON 164,689
26.   Kingston, ON 161,175
27.   Saguenay, QC 160,980
28.   Trois-Rivieres, QC 156,042
29.   Guelph, ON 151,984
30.   Moncton, NB 144,810
31.   Brantford, ON 134,203
32.   Saint John, NB 126,202
33.   Peterborough, ON 121,721
34.   Thunder Bay, ON 121,621
35.   Lethbridge, AB 117,394
36.   Nanaimo, BC 104,936
37.   Kamloops, BC 103,811
38.   Belleville, ON 103,472
39.   Chatham-Kent, ON 102,042
40.   Fredericton, NB 101,760
41.   Chilliwack, BC 101,512
42.   Red Deer, AB 100,418
43.   Cape Breton, NS 98,722
44.   Sarnia, ON 96,151
45.   Drummondville, QC 96,118
46.   Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC 95,114
47.   Prince George, BC 86,622
48.   Granby, QC 85,056
49.   Sault Ste. Marie, ON 78,159
50.   Medicine Hat, AB 76,522