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Which provinces are the most populous? | Five takeaways from a CBC News interactive map | Analysis

A new interactive map has put provinces on top of the world for population, but the data isn’t perfect.

The new interactive is called Population Inequality and has been released by the Global Health Information Exchange, a project of the U.N. Development Program.

It includes population data from more than 100 countries, including Canada, the United States, Australia and New Zealand.

It shows that population is growing in many parts of the globe.

Canada has become the most populated country, growing by 10 per cent in the past five years.

While Canada is the most popular country, the U, U.S., U.K., Australia and the Netherlands are the least populated.

For example, Canada has a population of around 2.5 million while the U., U., UK and Australia have a population between 2.4 million and 2.7 million.

The biggest cities, such as Toronto and Vancouver, have the largest populations, while London, New York, Paris and Berlin have the smallest populations.

There is also a large gap between the most and the least populous regions of the country.

The data is from the World Health Organization (WHO), the UN Population Division and the World Economic Forum.

The WHO’s latest data show that the United Kingdom has the most people in the world, with an estimated 1.7 billion people.

The U. S. has an estimated population of about 1.2 billion, while Canada has an estimate of around 1.1 billion.

Population in the U S. The most populous province in the country is Ontario, with a population estimated at more than 1.3 billion.

It has one of the highest per capita incomes in the developed world, which has led to a boom in housing, education and health services in the province.

While Ontario has a larger population than the rest of Canada, it is far behind the rest, with the median age of residents at 65 years old, compared to 71 for the rest.

The province’s average household income is $50,846, while the median income for Ontario’s households is $51,746.

The other province with a high population is Quebec, with more than two million people, or 7.7 per cent of the Canadian population.

In fact, the province is the only one with a higher population per capita than the U of S, at more as 2.2 per cent.

Canada’s population is rising in the United states, too, and with the recent recession, the population is expected to rise by 1.8 per cent over the next decade.

Canada is a big land mass and a lot of people live in the cities.

Ontario, for example, has more people than New York City, but it is still the most densely populated city in Canada.

In the United Arab Emirates, Dubai and other countries, the most crowded city is Los Angeles.

Population growth can be attributed to more people moving to cities as well as more people living closer to home, but there is no denying that Canada is not as densely populated as the United United States.

In comparison, the average U. k, U., S. city population is more than 7.2 million.

Canada does have some cities with a smaller population, such for Vancouver and Toronto.

While Vancouver has the largest population, Toronto is the second largest, followed by Toronto, Montreal and Edmonton.

The average number of people per capita is the same for the other provinces.

Canada ranks last in per capita income, with Canadians earning about $47,000 in 2016, according to the World Bank.

In contrast, the Philippines, South Korea, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru and Brazil have per capita salaries that are higher than Canada.

It should be noted that the data is not perfect.

It can be skewed by a lack of data, or by countries living in remote areas, and it is difficult to pinpoint which provinces are growing faster than others.

A population census would be a better measure of population growth, but as of 2017, the census has not been completed.

The interactive map is available on the World Population Prospects website.

For more data on Canada, visit population.worldstatistics.org or follow the CBC on Twitter.