Largest cities or towns of Canada
|Rank||City name||Province||Pop.||Rank||City name||Province||Pop.|
|Largest metropolitan areas in Canada by population (2011 Census)||
|Vancouver||British Columbia||2,313,328||Halifax||Nova Scotia||390,328|
|Kitchener–Cambridge–Waterloo||Ontario||0477,160||St. John's||Newfoundland and Labrador||196,966|
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“How far men go for the material of their houses! The inhabitants of the most civilized cities, in all ages, send into far, primitive forests, beyond the bounds of their civilization, where the moose and bear and savage dwell, for their pine boards for ordinary use. And, on the other hand, the savage soon receives from cities iron arrow-points, hatchets, and guns, to point his savageness with.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
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