Origin and meaning behind the electoral division’s name
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Number of electors entered on the list of electors
Land Area (km2)
Population density (people per km2)
The number of electors corresponds to the total number of electors entered on the list of electors for the last election held in the electoral division.
Land area excluding water in km2 corresponds to the total land area of the territory minus the surface area of the following bodies of water: the St. Lawrence River, the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the Saguenay River, Lac Saint-Jean and the Ottawa River.
Total population is taken from semi-custom profiles prepared by Statistics Canada based on the 2021 Census (Product No. C97C0001; ); Reference Date: November 30, 2022).
Population density is calculated based on population data from 2021 and land area excluding water in km2. It is provided for information purposes only.
The socioeconomic profile provides statistics on the electoral division’s population, including distribution of age groups, languages spoken at home, education level, etc.
This data was compiled from the 2021 Canadian census conducted by Statistics Canada.
The name of a local municipality and some territories is sometimes followed by an abbreviation that refers to its legal status. Here is a list of these abbreviations and their meanings.
CU: United townships
EI: Indian settlement
GR: Regional government
NO: Non-organized territory
RI: Indian reserve
TC: Cree reserve lands
TI: Inuit reserve lands
TK: Naskapi reserve lands
VC: Cree village
VK: Naskapi village
VN: Northern village
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