Proportion of mother tongue responses for various regions in Canada, 2016 CensusThe letter C inside a yellow triangle - correction Update of the 2016 Census language data

Release date: August 4, 2017Updated on: August 31, 2017

This interactive bubble chart shows the proportions of persons reporting various languages as their mother tongue. The initial view shows the proportion of population reporting English, French, an Aboriginal or an immigrant language. The Aboriginal and immigrant language bubbles can be clicked to display the relative proportions of each individual language reported in that group. Data views are available for various geographic levels including Canada, provinces and territories, census metropolitan areas (CMAs), census agglomerations (CAs). A corresponding table below the chart shows counts and percentages for all mother tongue responses for the selected geography.

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