Demographics of Canada - Median Age

Median Age

  • total: 40.6 years
    • male: 39.6 years
    • female: 41.5 years (2011)

Median age by province and territory, 2011 Census

  1. Nova Scotia: 43.7
  2. Newfoundland and Labrador: 44.0
  3. New Brunswick:43.7
  4. Quebec: 41.9
  5. British Columbia: 41.9
  6. Prince Edward Island: 42.8
  7. Ontario: 40.4
  8. Saskatchewan: 38.2
  9. Yukon: 39.1
  10. Manitoba: 38.4
  11. Alberta: 36.5
  12. Northwest Territories: 32.3
  13. Nunavut: 24.1

Total: 40.6

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