In 2016, Canadian cities ranked by their share of the world’s population and by the share of people living in Canada.
Canada’s 10 cities that ranked the highest in terms of population share in 2016 were: Calgary, Canada’s second-largest city, with 3.0 per cent of the planet’s population.
Vancouver, with 2.5 per cent, followed by Saskatoon with 1.8 per cent.
Calgary, with 1 per cent more than Vancouver, was second behind Toronto with 1 percent.
Ottawa, with 0.8 percent more than Calgary, was third behind Toronto.
Edmonton, with a little more than 0.5 percent more, followed behind Calgary with 0 percent.
Toronto and Ottawa have the highest share of Canadians living in the country, with Ottawa being the largest.
The 10 cities with the highest shares of the global population in 2016 are: Vancouver, 3.1 per cent; Toronto, 2.7 per cent and Ottawa, 2 per cent higher.