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Largest Cities in Canada On a Map

Name the 24 largest Canadian cities. The map highlights these cities and should act as a clue in naming the cities.
By metro population
Last updated: August 25, 2016
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Population
Cities
5,583,064
Toronto
3,824,221
Montreal
2,313,328
Vancouver
1,236,324
Ottawa
1,214,839
Calgary
1,159,869
Edmonton
765,706
Quebec City
730,018
Winnipeg
Population
Cities
721,053
Hamilton
477,160
Kitchener
474,786
London
392,184
St. Catharines
390,328
Halifax
356,177
Oshawa
344,615
Victoria
319,246
Windsor
Population
Cities
260,600
Saskatoon
210,556
Regina
201,890
Sherbrooke
196,966
St. John's
187,013
Barrie
179,839
Kelowna
170,191
Abbotsford
160,770
Sudbury
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level 58
Aug 24, 2016
Originally, this quiz was going to be using the city proper populations, but I had to change it to metro population due to the fact that too many suburbs of larger cities, namely Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, were all right beside one another on the map. The southern part of Ontario is already filled with cities, but using city proper populations this region consisted of an unbearable amount of circles. Future quizzes of this series will use city proper populations unless necessary, however.
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level 73
Aug 25, 2016
The dot for Barrie is a bit off -- it should be above Toronto to the south east of Georgian Bay. As it appears it looks more like Brampton, Guelph or Waterloo.
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level 59
Oct 12, 2017
This really shows the population distribution of Canada in relation to the U.S!