Calgary's population overview (DEMOGRAPHICS)


Calgary is home to more than 200 different ethnic origins and is ranked fourth in Canada in the proportion of visible minorities. Learn about this and other population data.



Calgary is a young city, and it’s not getting much older.
As the city’s population grows over the next few years, the proportion of toddlers and preschoolers is expected to stay about the same, teenagers will decline slightly, while the ratio of seniors is set to increase.
But most Calgarians (an estimated 48.8 per cent for Calgary CMA) will still be between the ages of 25 and 54. The median age is a very young 35.9 years.

Learn about Calgary’s growing population, including current, historic and forecast projections:
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Historical and forecast population - Calgary Economic Region

YEARPopulation PersonsAnual Population  growth rate percent
1996906,0002.4%
1997936,0003.3%
1998970,0003.6%
1999995,0002.7%
20001,022,0002.8%
20011,048,0002.5%
20021,076,0002.7%
20031,096,0001.9%
20041,118,0002.0%
20051,142,0002.1%
20061,188,0004.0%
20071,230,0003.5%
20081,252,0001.8%
20091,296,0003.6%
20101,320,5002.2%
20111,365,2002.0%
20121,385,8001.5%
20131,403,5001.3%
20141,419,8001.2%
20151,435,6001.1%
20161,451,5001.1%
20171,468,0001.1%
20181,485,0001.2%
20191,502,2001.2%
20201,519,4001.1%
20211,536,5001.1%
Source: City of Calgary, Calgary & Region Economic Outlook: 2011-2021


Median Age - 2011

CENSUS METROPOLITAN AREAAGE
Calgary35.9
Edmonton36.1
Toronto38.0
Ottawa38.7
Vancouver39.3
Montreal39.2
Source: Statistics Canada (from Annual Demographic Estimates, 2011)


Fonte: Calgary Economic Development

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