Every 1M+ City in the Americas

Name every city in the Americas whose Urban Area population contains at least one million people.
For the purposes of this quiz it includes Honolulu as part of Oceania
Source: citypopulation.de, 2020-01-01 data
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Last updated: September 21, 2020
First submittedSeptember 30, 2019
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North America
Canada
7,450,000
Toronto
4,225,000
Montreal
2,875,000
Vancouver
1,500,000
Calgary
1,370,000
Edmonton
1,250,000
Ottawa
Costa Rica
2,375,000
San José
Cuba
2,225,000
Havana
Dominican Republic
4,000,000
Santo Domingo
El Salvador
1,900,000
San Salvador
Guatemala
3,150,000
Guatemala City
Haiti
3,225,000
Port-au-Prince
Honduras
1,210,000
San Pedro Sula
1,150,000
Tegucigalpa
Mexico
23,000,000
Mexico City
5,350,000
Guadalajara
5,000,000
Monterrey
3,175,000
Puebla
2,325,000
Toluca
1,970,000
Tijuana
1,940,000
León
1,500,000
Ciudad Juárez
1,440,000
Querétaro
1,370,000
Torreón
1,230,000
San Luis Potosí
1,170,000
Aguascalientes
1,150,000
Mérida
1,060,000
Mexicali
1,050,000
Cuernavaca
1,000,000
Morelia
Nicaragua
1,320,000
Managua
Panama
1,540,000
Panama City
United States
22,100,000
New York
17,700,000
Los Angeles
9,750,000
Chicago
8,550,000
Washington
7,850,000
San Francisco
7,750,000
Boston
7,350,000
Philadelphia
7,200,000
Dallas
6,750,000
Houston
6,400,000
Miami
5,850,000
Atlanta
5,750,000
Detroit
4,700,000
Phoenix
4,425,000
Seattle
4,375,000
Tampa
3,750,000
Denver
3,450,000
Orlando
3,350,000
San Diego
3,175,000
Minneapolis
3,075,000
Cleveland
2,775,000
Cincinnati
2,475,000
Charlotte
2,450,000
Salt Lake City
2,425,000
Portland
2,350,000
St. Louis
2,275,000
Las Vegas
2,225,000
San Antonio
2,075,000
Sacramento
2,050,000
Pittsburgh
2,000,000
Indianapolis
1,990,000
Kansas City
1,960,000
Austin
1,920,000
San Juan
1,760,000
Columbus
1,690,000
Hartford
1,660,000
Raleigh
1,610,000
Virginia Beach
1,550,000
Milwaukee
1,480,000
Nashville
1,450,000
Jacksonville
1,350,000
Buffalo
1,330,000
Harrisburg
1,300,000
McAllen
1,260,000
Stockton
1,200,000
Melbourne
1,160,000
Memphis
1,140,000
Oklahoma City
1,130,000
Greensboro
1,090,000
Cape Coral
1,070,000
Richmond
1,060,000
Louisville
1,030,000
El Paso
1,010,000
New Orleans
1,000,000
Tucson
South America
Argentina
16,400,000
Buenos Aires
1,670,000
Córdoba
1,370,000
Rosario
1,090,000
Mendoza
1,020,000
San Miguel de Tucumán
Bolivia
2,150,000
Santa Cruz
2,125,000
La Paz
1,410,000
Cochabamba
Brazil
22,400,000
São Paulo
13,200,000
Rio de Janeiro
5,000,000
Belo Horizonte
4,125,000
Porto Alegre
4,000,000
Brasília
3,850,000
Recife
3,675,000
Fortaleza
3,600,000
Salvador
3,425,000
Curitiba
3,200,000
Campinas
2,425,000
Goiânia
2,225,000
Belém
2,200,000
Manaus
1,850,000
Vitória
1,740,000
Santos
1,440,000
São Luís
1,410,000
Natal
1,130,000
João Pessoa
1,110,000
Maceió
1,040,000
Teresina
1,000,000
Florianópolis
Chile
7,250,000
Santiago
1,020,000
Valparaíso
Colombia
9,600,000
Bogotá
4,025,000
Medellín
2,875,000
Cali
2,100,000
Barranquilla
1,260,000
Bucaramanga
1,130,000
Cartagena
Ecuador
3,150,000
Guayaquil
2,725,000
Quito
Paraguay
2,350,000
Asunción
Peru
10,100,000
Lima
1,080,000
Arequipa
Uruguay
1,860,000
Montevideo
Venezuela
3,750,000
Caracas
2,625,000
Maracaibo
2,000,000
Valencia
1,420,000
Maracay
1,300,000
Barquisimeto
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Level 80
Jun 20, 2020
Make the circles part of class .zoomable-circle so that they don't grow when you zoom in.
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Level 48
Jul 6, 2020
Yes, agreed.
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Level 45
Aug 6, 2020
Hartford, Melbourne, Stockton, Cape Coral, Greensboro, McAllen, and Buffalo should definitely not be there, I don't know how they got but up there.
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Level 55
Aug 6, 2020
Urban Area population.
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Level 67
Sep 21, 2020
You should state this in the caveat. Also, the dot for Washington is missing.
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Level 55
Sep 21, 2020
It is fixed, the dot for Washington, D.C. was in Washington state (problem #1 when dealing with coordinates and the dot placer tool, apparently).