Population, by official language and mother tongue: CS98-1951P-9-6-PDF

Population, selon la langue officielle et la langue maternelle.

"Final population totals from the 1951 Census are shown in the following table distributed according to (a) official language and (b) mother tongue. Figures are given for the counties and census divisions of each province as well as individual cities, towns and incorporated villages of 5,000 population and over"--p. [1]

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Department/Agency Dominion Bureau of Statistics. Census Division. Population Section.
Title Population, by official language and mother tongue
Subtitle Population, selon la langue officielle et la langue maternelle.
Series Title SP ;
Publication Type Monograph
Language Bilingual-[English | French]
Format Electronic
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Note Caption title. "Ninth census of Canada, 1951 = Neuvième recensement du Canada, 1951". "Prepared in the Population Section of the Census Division". "22-8-52". Chiefly tables. Historical census publication digitized in 2009 [by Statistics Canada].
Date 1952.
Number of Pages 10 p.
Catalogue Number
  • CS98-1951P-9-6-PDF
Subject Terms Census, Population, Official languages, Mother tongue