100 Biggest Cities in Canada on a Map

Can you name the 100 biggest cities in Canada? Every time you guess a city it will be filled in on the map!
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Quiz by Jiaozira
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Last updated: January 28, 2021
First submittedFebruary 2, 2019
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City
5.43 m
Toronto
3.52 m
Montreal
2.26 m
Vancouver
1.24 m
Calgary
1.06 m
Edmonton
990 k
Ottawa
712 k
Winnipeg
705 k
Quebec City
694 k
Hamilton
470 k
Kitchener-Waterloo
-Cambridge
383 k
London
336 k
Victoria
318 k
Halifax
309 k
Oshawa
287 k
Windsor
245 k
Saskatoon
229 k
St. Catharines
-Niagara
215 k
Regina
178 k
St. John's
152 k
Kelowna
146 k
Barrie
140 k
Sherbrooke
132 k
Guelph
121 k
Abbotsford
118 k
Kingston
117 k
Kanata
114 k
Trois-Rivières
109 k
Moncton-Dieppe
104 k
Saguenay
102 k
Milton
99.7 k
Red Deer
98.2 k
Brantford
94.0 k
Thunder Bay
93.7 k
White Rock
92.0 k
Nanaimo
88.1 k
Sudbury
87.6 k
Lethbridge
84.7 k
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
82.1 k
Peterborough
78.0 k
Kamloops
77.1 k
Saint-Jérôme
73.2 k
Chilliwack
72.1 k
Sarnia
71.2 k
Châteauguay
68.6 k
Drummondville
67.7 k
Belleville
66.6 k
Fort McMurray
66.3 k
Sault Ste. Marie
65.5 k
Prince George
62.9 k
Medicine Hat
Pop
City
62.4 k
Welland-Pelham
62.3 k
Grande Prairie
61.1 k
Airdrie
59.7 k
Granby
59.4 k
Fredericton
58.3 k
Saint John
50.8 k
Beloeil
50.4 k
North Bay
50.0 k
Saint-Hyacinthe
48.3 k
Brandon
48.1 k
Vernon
45.7 k
Cornwall
45.5 k
Joliette
45.0 k
Courtenay
44.7 k
Charlottetown
44.7 k
Victoriaville
43.6 k
Chatham
42.1 k
Georgetown
41.8 k
St. Thomas
40.4 k
Woodstock
39.4 k
Bowmanville-Newcastle
39.0 k
Salaberry-de-Valleyfield
38.2 k
Shawinigan
36.9 k
Rimouski
36.1 k
Spruce Grove
36.1 k
Sorel-Tracy
35.1 k
Campbell River
35.1 k
Prince Albert
33.6 k
Penticton
33.3 k
Mission
33.0 k
Leamington
32.7 k
Moose Jaw
32.6 k
Stouffville
31.4 k
Lloydminster
31.1 k
Orillia
31.1 k
Stratford
30.7 k
Orangeville
29.9 k
Sydney
29.9 k
Bradford
29.6 k
Leduc
29.3 k
Timmins
28.8 k
Okotoks
26.9 k
Saint-Georges
26.8 k
Keswick-Elmhurst Beach
26.4 k
Bolton
25.5 k
Val-d'Or
25.3 k
Cochrane
24.4 k
Quispamsis-Rothesay
24.4 k
Midland
24.0 k
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Province
# of cities
Ontario
39
Quebec
20
British Columbia
14
Alberta
13
Saskatchewan
5
New Brunswick
4
Manitoba
2
Nova Scotia
2
Newfoundland and Labrador
1
Prince Edward Island
1
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Level 67
Oct 12, 2020
Edited to include proportional city dots. I hope this improves the quiz! I plan to update all 100 Cities on the Map Quizzes in this style, so stay tuned! Also fixed the position of a couple cities in Southern Ontario.
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Level 73
Feb 2, 2019
Nice! How do you make these maps? Do you put the dots manually or do you convert them from lat/long? I thought of a variation where dots of large cities are shown at the start but as you guess them the dots of smaller cities are revealed
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Level 67
Feb 2, 2019
Thanks! I put the dots on manually, and then un-fill them. That's a good idea actually, and you are free to use any of my maps to make that! I cannot do anything much myself since I do each process by hand, just filling in the data takes ages...
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Level 73
Feb 4, 2019
Thanks a lot! I just submitted a variation of your 100 Italian cities quiz... I used that one as, being featured, I could quickly copy the quiz and check the 'name' of each dot corresponding to each city. I also added some type-ins. Thanks again!!
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Level 67
Feb 4, 2019
Don't mention it!! I am happy to see my maps go to good use. Feel free to use other maps as well, I can always send the link.
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Level 35
Mar 6, 2019
Could you put these into a series?
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Level 67
Apr 28, 2019
Good idea!
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Level 15
Mar 17, 2020
Windsor is on the south side of Lake St Clair
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Level 67
Oct 12, 2020
Fixed. Also fixed the position of Welland-Pelham. Thank you.
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Level 26
Jan 25, 2021
the proportion of the saint-george dot seems off. (yeah i know who cares haha). Great quizz!
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Level 67
Jan 25, 2021
Thanks! And I care - to be fixed soon - although Saint-Georges is a right metropolis in it's own right :)
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Level 26
Jan 28, 2021
if you care that much i just realised that val d'or is also too big ^^
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Level 67
Jan 28, 2021
Both are fixed now, thank you for the heads up.
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Level 23
Feb 17, 2021
Aren't the cities outside of Toronto like Vaughan and Brampton also major cities?
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Level 67
Feb 17, 2021
The quiz uses metro population, meaning that cities connected to larger ones such as Vaughan and Brampton are considered a part of Toronto. Milton and Kanata are only seperated from Toronto and Ottawa (respectively) because they have fields between them and their parent city, despite being suburbs.
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Level 46
Feb 19, 2021
White Rock is a part of Metro Vancouver and not its own metro area.
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Level 67
Feb 19, 2021
I should specify that these are population centres, rather than true metro areas. The Canadian government will divide metro areas when there is rural area inbetween the suburb and the city proper. In the case of White Rock it is seperated from Vancouver by fields.
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Level 53
Apr 28, 2021
This is a really awesome quiz and deserves more recognition. The details of the different provinces and how you listed the number of cities in each province really brings everything together!

I am really curious though, how did you make this quiz to only include Canada, separate the Canadian provinces AND how you not only included the US, but also it's separate states?

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Level 67
Apr 29, 2021
Thank you! I am glad you think so.

Actually, the original map comes from this Jetpunk quiz but I modified the map, as I saw fit.