(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Fourth census of Canada, 1901"

f- 4 




a- 



r 






H-' 



/- 



^f^ 7r?c s ^f(( 



ANNEX 
LIBRARY 

c 

033598 




' New York 
State College of Agriculture 
At Cornell University 
Ithaca, N. Y. 



Library 



-/t v. //u s s c I ( 



UBRARY 



JUL r 13^ 



DEFT- or 
AQRIC. ECOtt, 



CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 



3 1924 094 333 170 




"<i. 



Cornell University 
Library 



The original of tiiis book is in 
the Cornell University Library. 

There are no known copyright restrictions in 
the United States on the use of the text. 



http://www.archive.org/details/cu31924094333170 



FOURTH CENSUS 



OF CANADA 1901 



-^--i^-'-f^--^^-^ 




VOLUME I 



POPULATION : 








OTTAWA 

PRINTED BY S. E. DAWSON, PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST 

EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1902 



(^/ ^ 







;o ^fiul^,^x^:\ 






•- *- i — •; 







i/'-ft-i,^^^ 




REPORT ON THE 
FOURTH CENSUS OF CANADA. 1901. 

To His Excellency, the Right Honourable Sir Gilbert John Elliot, the Earl 0/ Minto 
G.G.M.G., <tc., &c.. Governor General of Canada. 

May it please Your Excellency, — 

I have the honour to lay before Your Excellency the first volume of the Report on 
the Fourth Census of Canada, 1901. 
Respectfully submitted. 



SYDNEY FISHER, 

Minister of Agriculture. 



Ottawa, February 26, 1902. 



A-Aj 



lU 



REPORT ON THE 
FOURTH CEN.SUS OF CANADA. 1901. 

To the Honourable 

Sydney Fisher, 

Minister of Agriculture. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit herewith the first volume of the Report on the 
Fourth Census of Canada, 1901. 



The Census Office, 

Ottawa, February 26, 1902. 



ARCHIBALD BLUE, 

Special Census Commissioner. 



ERRATA 

Page 147— In the column of Total, line 45, read 43,221 instead of 43,222, and line 46 read 2,796 instead of 

2,795. 
Page 152 — In the column of Anglicans for district 188, Rimouski, read 55 instead of 355. 
Page 153 — In the column of Lutherans for district 180, Pontiac, read 431 instead of 432. 
Page 284 — In the totals of Canada, for Others of British Origin in the fourth column, read 13,421 instead 

of 13,415. 

Page 285 — In the totals of Canada read 28,621 Russians instead of 28,612 ; 34,473 Half-breeds instead of 
24,481 ; and 93,459 Indians instead of 93,460. 

Page 313— In the totals of Ontario read 4,584 Russians instead of 4,575 ; 4,995 Half-breeds instead of 5,003 ; 
and 19,670 Indians instead of 19,671. 

Page 399— In the last column, line SO, read 1 instead cf blank. 



FOURTH CENSUS OF CANADA 1901 



INTRODUCTION 

The Census of 1891 was takeii with nine schedules of 216 questions, and the 
Census of 1901 with eleven schedules of 561 questions, as shown by the following 
comparative table ; 



No. 


1891. 


Q. 


No. 


1901. 


Q- 


I 


Living persons 


25 


I 


Living persons 


34 


II 


Deaths and public institutions 


13 


II 


Buildings and lands, churches and 
schools 


35 


III 


Real estate, orchard products, nurse- 












ries, vineyards and market gardens. 


23 


III 


Deaths 


15 


IV 


Farm products 


30 


IV 


Farm land, fruits and plantations. . , 


37 


V 


Live stock, animal products, home- 
made fabrics, furs and farm labour . 


27 


V 


Field product's 


37 














VI 


Live stock and animal products 


26 


VI 


Industrial establishments 


23 














VII 


Agricultural values 


25 


VII 


Forest products 


22 














VIII 


Manufactures 


67 


VIII 


Shipping and mining 


23 














IX 


Forest products and furs 


51 


IX 


Fisheries -. 


30 














X 


Fisheries 


130 




Total 


216 


XI 


Mines 

Total 


104 




5C1 



Besides the foregoing, there were used in the Census of 1901 four special forms for 
obtaining records of (a) persons temporarily absent, (b) persons such as boarders and 
lodgers not present when the enumerator called and of whom particulars could not be 
given by the head of the household, (c) cheese and butter products, and (d) manufac- 
tures of clay products. 

The schedule of living persons in 1891 contained inquiries which aimed to elicit for 
each person enumerated the place of birth of father and mother, his origin if French 
Canadian, and if he was unemployed during the week preceding the Census ; and, if an 
employer, the number of hands employed during the year. 



viii INTRODUCTION. 

These questions do not appear in the corresponding schedule for 1901, but there 
are inquiries to ascertain the country or place of birth of each person, the year of immi- 
gration to Canada if born elsewhere, the year of naturalization if not a British citizen 
by birth, and his racial origin and nationality. There are also inquiries to ascertain 
for every trade, occupation and profession the time each person was employed and the 
amount of his earnings in the year. 

Under the head of education and language, persons were asked in 1891 if they could 
read and write; in 1901 there are additional questions as to time at school in the year 
and the language spoken. English and French being oflBcial languages of the country, 
a special record has been taken to show if the person speaks one or both of these, and 
also his mother tongue if spoken. In a country peopled with so many foreign elements 
as Canada, it is desirable to know if they are being absorbed and unified, as may appear 
by their acquirement of one or other of the official languages. And as English is now 
in a very large degree the language of commerce throughout the world, it is also 
desirable to ascertain to what extent citizens of French origin are able to speak it in 
addition to their own. 

The inquiry relating to time at school refers only to children of school age, and it 
is supplemented in schedule II of this Census by questions as to number of rooms, 
teachers and scholars in the public schools. There are also in this schedule questions 
supplemental to religion, as to Sunday schools and houses of worship, the object of 
which is to procure statistics of such institutions by religious denominations. 

But schedule II of this Census has for its chief object a record of buildings and 
lands, and its starting point is such a description of the place of habitation of each 
person as will enable one to locate it on any good map or plan of the district or ascertain 
its place on the ground. In this way if any house has been missed or overlooked by an 
enumerator, or recorded more than once, or if a house has been recorded which does 
not exist, it is easily possible upon investigation to discover the fact ; and each place of 
habitation is connected directly with the head of the household in the first schedule. 
This provision was wanting in 1891, and if improper entries were made by an enume- 
rator detection was extremely difficult, particularly in the large cities and towns where 
the population is less stable than in the rural parts and where, as often happens, a man 
does not know even by name one-half of his neighbours living in the same block. 

The p^o^'isions for recording the number of dwelling houses, institutions, stores, 
warehouses, factories, etc., and the extent of lands owned or leased, were nearly the same 
in the schedules of both censuses, but were more specialized in 1901 than 'in 1891. 

The same observation will apply to the mortality schedules, the number of inquiries 
being 10 in 1891 and 15 in 1901. 

In the farm schedules 75 questions were asked in 1891 and 127 in 1901. In those 
of the latter are included four questions relating to farm buildings, 12 to classified areas 
of farm land, 22 to orchard trees, vines and fruits, 37 to field crops, 26 to live stock and 
animal products, and 23 to values of lands, buildings, field and fruit crops and farm 
labour. And as no system of agricultural enumeration is satisfactory which does not 
take account of the areas devoted to agricultural purposes, the schedules are framed to 
procure as far as practicable the acreage as well as the production of every crop. 



INTRODUCTION. ix 

In the case of orchards and vineyards, however, extent alone may be misleading, as 
a growth of several years is necessary to mature them for fruitage, and therefore the 
inqtiiry extends to the number of bearing and non-bearing trees and vines. 

Provision has been made for the first time in a Dominion Census for collecting 
figures of farm values, and it can be promised that the data obtained will present 
striking confirmation of the greatness of our agricultural industry and of the leading 
place it occupies in the development of national wealth. 

In this Census no attempt has been made to collect the production of home-made 
fabrics and cheese, for as a result of the factory system these domestic industries have 
become nearly extinct. 

The schedule for collecting information on the manufacturing industries is framed 
to suit present-day conditions, as well as to procure the quantities and values of prod- 
ucts. It is therefore more specialized than the schedule of ten years ago, and the 
number of questions asked is more than trebled. 

The anomaly of treating as a manufacturing establishment every room or workshop 
in which one or two persons are employed should not be entertained when the whole 
tendency of industries is towards the concentration of capital, management, skill and 
labour. No doubt there are reasons for desiring to know the variety and value of 
individual employment ; but in any well conceived scheme for collecting the data of 
manufactures regard should be had for the idea of a factory as a modern going concern. 
It should have limitations, as the idea of a farm has limitations, and no one would 
dream of reckoning with a garden patch as a farm. Accordingly, after careful consi- 
deration, it was decided to adopt the interpretation given to the term in the statutes of 
those Provinces in which provision has been made for a system of inspection of fac- 
tories by state officers. 

The questions in the schedule relating to the fixed and working capital of esta- 
blishments and the months they were in operation during the Census year, to the num- 
ber and earnings of officers or managers and employees, to the aggregate working time 
of employees, to the cost of rent, fuel, Hght, power and taxes, to the quantities, kinds 
and values of raw materials used and articles produced, and to the class and capacity 
of power owned, are designed to show not alone the scope and extent of manufactures 
in the country, but also to furnish information which may be valuable to the legislator 
and instructive to the student of economics. In other words, the object is to ascertain 
the status of the manufacturing industries and the conditions under which their exist- 
ence is maintained. 

The manufacture of butter and cheese has interests separate from other industries, 
and the data concerning it have been collected with a special form. 

The schedule of the products of the forest used in this Census has for its object the 
collection of quantities and values of raw materials prepared in the forest with such 
tools as the axe and the saw. The production of lumber, shingles, etc., comes properly 
under the head of manufactures. 

The questions have been framed to conform closely with the forest products of the 
country as shown by the Trade tables of exports, and in this relation it is worth noting 
that with the disappearance from the older parts of the country of pine, oak, walnut 



X INTRODUCTION. 

and other woods valuable for the production of lumber a demand has arisen for numerous 
other varieties of woods for purposes which are almost endless. The pulpwood industry 
may be taken as the leading example of this new situation ; but there are many others, 
and it is probably true that woods of the Canadian forests formerly considered worth- 
less and fit only to be burnt in the log heaps may prove to be sources of larger income 
to land-owners than all our past and existing wealth of pine, oak and walnut. 

Ten years ago the records of the forest industry were gathered with 22 questions, 
and now 50 are asked. 

The fisheries schedule contains 100 more questions than in 1891, and is largely based 
on the schedule used by the Department of Marine and Fisheries, with such additions 
and alterations as are required to conform with the general scheme of the Census. 

The inquiries relate to the number, tonnage and value of fishing craft, the kinds, 
number and value of fishing materials, the number and value of curing and canning 
establishments, the hands employed in the industry and their earnings, and the yield 
and value in detail of fishery products in the Census year. 

By the use of a schedule with which in its leading features the fishermen are 
familiar, and the employment of agents to coUect the information who understand the 
industry and who in other relations have the confidence of the fishermen, very full details 
have been gathered in such a shjtpe as to make the work of tabulation easy. In Ontario, 
where the administration of the fisheries is chiefly in provincial control, the services of 
the officer in charge there have been enlisted, and in Quebec also local officials having 
the overcharge of provincial fishery interests have been employed where they were avail- 
able. But in the more extensive fisheries of the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, as well as 
in the Territories, many of the agents have been selected from officers in the Marine and 
Fisheries service. 

In the previous Census no use was made of the returns procured with schedule IX, 
which aimed at little more than collecting information on the plant employed, the capital 
invested and earnings of the fishermen. 

The schedule of mining and mineral-products is framed to procure for each mine or 
quarry the extent and value of mineral-bearing and nonrmineral lands occupied to carry 
on mining operations, the number, kind and capacity of treating works and value of 
buildings and plant, the number of officers, miners and other employees and the salaries 
and wages paid to the several classes during the year, the quantity and value of ore or 
mineral won, the quantity treated at mines or works, and the quantity and value of the 
products of treated ore or mineral. These questions relate respectively to metalliferous 
and non-metalliferous mines and works. Quantities and spot values are required for all 
mineral products ; but in the case of ores and minerals subjected in treatment to a 
manufacturing process, as in the production of pig iron, petroleum oils, cements, plaster 
and salt, the details are collected by the schedule for manufactures ; and in the case 
of brick, tile, pottery and other clay products by a special form of fewer and simpler 
questions. 

There are three inquiries in the special form for obtaining the record of persons 
temporarily absent, 29 in the one for manufactures of clay products, and 30 in the one 
for manufactures of butter and cheese. These, added to the inquiries contained in the 
regular schedules, make a total of 623, or 407 more than the number of inquiries con- 
tained in the schedules employed in taking the Census of 1891. 



INTRODUCTION. xi 

To take the Census of the country speedily and successfully, with inquiries on so 
many lines, it was deemed necessary to employ a larger force of enumerators than 
formerly, and therefore to reduce the area to be assigned to each one. And as the 
primary object of a Census is to count the people for the readjustment of representation 
in Parliament, the polling division Vith boundaries as arranged for the general elections 
of 1900 was taken as the unit of enumeration. 

The enumeration proper was conducted with the help of 17 chief or supervising 
officers for the Provinces and Territories, of 351 directing and revising commissioners 
and assistant commissioners for the Census districts, and of 8,800 enumerators for the 
polling divisions, each of whom was required at the beginning and end of his service to 
take and subscribe an oath regarding the faithful and exact discharge of his duties.* In 
the Census of 1891 there were employed 14 chief officers, 241 commissioners and 4,324 
enumerators. The additional cliief officers of 1901 were appointed for the unorganized 
Territories, being one for Keewatin, one for Athabaska and Mackenzie and one for 
Yukon, each of whom directed a staff of enumerators in taking the Census at trading 
posts and all other centres of population in those far distant and sparsely inhabited 
regions. 

The enumeration in the field was required to be completed within thirty days from 
31st March, but it was part of the duty of commissioners to revise all schedules before 
transmitting them to the Census Office, and this work necessarily occupied a consider- 
able time. Yet, although the number of inquiries was nearly three times more than in 
1891, the returns were made with gratifying promptness. Ten per cent of all sched- 
ules was received before the end of April, 58 per cent before the end of May, 83 per 
cent before the end of June, 95 per cent before the end of July, and 98 per cent 
before the end of August, — the remainder being chiefly returns for the unorganized 
Territories and the northern parts of British Columbia. But in the case of the last 
named region the Census had to be taken a second time, as the first schedules were lost 
with the foundered steamer " Islander." In 1891, one per cent of the schedules was 
received before the end of April, 41 per cent before the end of May, 83 per cent before 
the end of June, 96 per cent before the end of July, and 99 per cent before the end of 
August. 

The following table shows, by Provinces and organized Territories, the number of 
districts and sub-districts into which the Dominion was divided for Census purposes in 
1891 and 1901, together with the number of enumerators employed in Census work for 
each year : — 



*The forms of oaths (No. 3 and No. 6) taken by each enumerator at the commencement and close of 
his service are respectively as follows : — 

No. 3. I duly appointed under the Census Act, chapter 58, Revised Statutes of Canada, 

1886 to be an enumerator for the taking of the Census, solemnly and sincerely swear that I will to the 
utmost of my skill and ability, faithfully and exactly discharge all and ev«ry my duties as such in con- 
formity with the requirements of the said Act, and all Proclamations, Orders in Council and instructions 
issued in pursuance thereof. So help me, God. 

jjo g. X duly appointed under the Census Act, chapter 58, Revised Statutes of Canada, 

1886 to be an enumerator for the taking of the Census in Census sub-district in Census district 

jfo. , do solemnly and sincerely swear to the exactness of the record, as revised and corrected, 

delivered into the hands of the Commissioner of the said district, which record is, to the best of my knowl- 
edge, a fair and honest statement of the facts sought for by the Census Act, and in accordance with 
instructions given to me. So help me, God. 



INTRODUCTION. 





Districts. 


Sub-districts. 


Enumerators. 












1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


Albprta . - 


1 
2 


1 
2 


134 
188 


3 
6 


139 
186 


24 




43 


British Columbia 


5 


5 


35 


50 


276 


85 


Manitoba ■ 


7 


5 


94 


100 


574 


109 


New Brunswick 


13 


15 


159 


164 


386 


307 


Nova Scotia 


17 


19 


4C4 


380 


665 


477 


Ontario 


89 


88 


940 


796 


3,759 


1,887 


Prince Edward Island 





3 


70 


70 


149 


106 


Quebec 


65 


61 


1,019 


903 


2,592 


1,272 


Saskatoliewan 


1 


1 


68 


3 


64 


14 


Unorganized Territories 


1 


1 


43 


- 


]10 


— 


Totals 


206 


201 


3,204 


2,475 


8,800 


4,324 



In fixing the remuneration of enumerators it was recognized that, as the scope of 
investigation was much wider than in 1891, a substantial increase should be made in 
the rates of allowance which the Minister of Agriculture is authorized to prepare under 
section 24 of the Census Act, and accordingly a scale was adopted which, in the judg- 
ment of the Minister, was suflSciently liberal to enable a diligent enumerator to earn the 
maximum of |3 per day which may be paid under the Act. The following table shows 
the scale of rates for 1901 and 1891 respectively in all the older Provinces of the 
Dominion : 

1901. 1891. 

Tor each living person 5c. 3c. 

For each death 5c. 3o. 

For each farm 25c. 15o. 

For each factory 30c. 20c. 

Being an increase of 58 J per cent. But in the rural parts of those Provinces an addi- 
tional allowance of $1.50 per day was made for horse hire with the object of enabling 
enumerators to go over the ground and finish the work with greater ease and in shorter 
time. The unusual snowfall and in many localities the almost impassable state of the 
roads seriously interfered with the progress of the work, but there is no doubt that the 
allowance for horse hire was an economic provision. 

In the outlying parts of Ontario and Quebec, where ,the population is relatively 
sparse and areas extensive, the rate of $3 per day was adopted, with an allowance for 
travelling expenses. The same rate of remuneration was also fixed for Manitoba and 
the Northwest Territories, with actual expenses in the rural districts of not more than 
$5 per day. In British Columbia, where wages are higher than in any other part of 



INTRODUCTION. xiii 

the country with organized Government, the maximum allowance to enumerators was 
made $8.50 per day. But wherever the per diem rate was authorized, the accounts 
were required to be supported by the sworn statements of the enumerators. 

The addition of 275,330 to the population of Manitoba, the Northwest Territories 
and British Columbia, and the large extent of new ground canvassed by enumerators as 
shown by the increased number of sub-districts, are elements in the cost of the Census 
there. The two Provinces and three Territories present a total area of 744,742 square 
miles, and their population is less than one per square mile — being 796 per 1,000 
square miles. In part the region is traversed by great mountain ranges, and in part it 
is a vast plain of prairie loam, and over plain and mountain the best road is often only 
a track or a trail. Good roads, and bridges to cross the many rivers and streams, 
will come as the country fills up with settlers, but in its present state the taking of a 
census is necessarily a difficult and costly enterprise. 

The enumeration of the unorganized Territories of Keewatin, Athabaska, Mackenzie 
and Yukon was undertaken in this Census for the first time. For this service 110 
enumerators were employed, with packers and canoemen to help in traversing the 
country, and wherever people were found — in mining camps, on fishing grounds, at 
trading posts or mission stations — a record of them by name was made in the usual way. 
But for greater convenience a special schedule with a limited number of inquiries was 
used for those Territories. The task was arduous and frequently perilous for the men 
who were engaged in it ; but it is very gratifying to record that neither in those remote 
regions nor elsewhere in the wide Dominion has the taking of the Census been attended 
with the loss of one life. 

The following extracts from the Book of Instructions to chief officers, commissioners 
and enumerators wUl make clear the general scheme of the Census, as well as that part 
of the work which relates to the contents of this volume. 

INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFICERS. 

1. The Fourth Census of the Dominion is required to be taken this year under the provisions of the 
Census Act (Revised Statutes of Canada, 1886, u. 58) so as to ascertain with the utmost possible accuracy 
for the various territorial divisions of the country their population and the classing or grouping of it as 
reeards age, sex, social condition, religion, educaiion, race, occupation and otherwise, and whatever other 
matters are specified in the forms and instructions to be issued and used as provided in the Act. 

2. The Act does cot specify the plan of the Census concerning details of information, forms to be 
used, procedure to be followed, or the dates with reference to which the Census is to be taken ; but it pro- 
vides that they are to be such as the Governor in Council shall by Proclamation direct. 

3. The details of information and forms to be used for the Fourth Census are as indicated in the eleven 
schedules contained in the Proclamation of the Governor in Council made 8th January inst., and published 
on the 15th in an Extra of The Canada Gazette, and according to instructions and forms to be issued by 
the Minister of Agriculture for the working thereof. 

The Proclamation also directs and provides : 

" 1. That the population to be recorded shall be the population in existence on the 31st day of March, 
A. D. 1901, and that other information to be gathered shall also have reference to the same date, unless 
otherwise determined by Our Minister of Agriculture for Canada as regards information under schedules 
8 9 10 and 11. That the procedure to be followed for obtaining the enumeration of the population shall 
be in accordance with the system known by the name of the dejwe system. 

"2. That the division of the country into census districts and sub-districts shall correspond respectively 
as nearly as may be with existing electoral divisions and sub-divisions, and that except as may be other- 
wise directed by Our Minister of Agriculture the units of enumeration for census purposes shall be the 
polling sub-division areas of the several electoral divisions adopted for therecent Parliamentary elections ; 
but that in territories not so defined or situated as to admit of adhering to circumscriptions already 
established, special divisions and sub-divisions shall be formed for census purposes by authority of Our 
Minister of Agriculture. 



xiv INTRODUCTION. 

" 3. That the sub-districts of a census district shall ordinarily consist of townships, parishes, cities, 
towns and incorporated villages. 

" 4. That the census officers provided for in section 8 of The Census Act shall comprise four for each 
of the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec and one for each of the other Provinces and the Northwest Terri- 
tories, whose duty shall be to instruct census commissioners in the method and work of the census. 

" 5. That there shall be a census commissioner for each census district, or two commissioners if the 
district is extensive or has a large bi-lingual population or comprises more than one county municipality, 
and one enumerator for each polling sub-division or for a group of polling sub-divisions when Our Minister 
of Agriculture in special cases so directs ; and the duties of such officers and the period of time within 
which their returns and reports must be completed and made shall be as provided in the Act and according 
to the regulations and instructions authorized by the Act, or as in special cases Our Minister of Agricul- 
ture may direct. 

" 6. That as in the registration of diseases or causes of death the Bertillon nomenclature is already in 
use in the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec and in the Republic of Mexico, and has been endorsed for 
adoption on January 1, A.D. 1901, for a period of ten years by the delegates of eighteen countries to the 
International Commission which met at Paris during the year 1900 to deal with the subject (including the 
delegate of the United States), and as uniformity of statistics is essential in making comparative studies 
' of mortality, it is advisable to follow the Bertillon or International nomenclature in taking the census of 
Mortality (schedule 3) ; and that, to ensure as complete a record of diseases or causes of death as possible, 
it is further advisable to obtain the co-operation of provincial or other local offices of Vital Statistics where 
■uch offices have been organized, imder arrangements and terms to be sanctioned by Our Minister of 
Agriculture. 

" 7. That at the discretion of Our Minister of Aprriculture. and subject to such limitations of territory 
and of industries as he may determine, the census of Manufactures (schedule 8) and the census of products 
of the Forest (schedule 9) may be entrusted to one or more special agents in each Province ; the census of 
Fisheries (schedule 10), subject to limitations of tenitory, to one or more special agents, or to the Depart- 
ment of Marine and Fisheries, or, in the case of any Province which has assumed administration of the 
fisheries under the decision of the Privy Council, to the provincial officer charged with such administra- 
tion ; and the census of Mines and Minerals (schedule 11), subject to such limitations of territory and of 
classes or kinds of mineral products as Our Minister of Agriculture shall determine, to the regular 
enumerators, to special agents, or to the Geological Survey, as may in each case be deemed most advanta- 
geous and expedient." 

4. The date selected for recording the population is the same as the date fixed by the Imperial Parlia- 
ment for taking the census of Great Britain, being Sunday the 31st day of March. The decisive hour of 
reckoning is made 12 o'clock or midnight on the night of 31st March to 1st April, so that every one born 
before that hour and every one dying after it are to be counted in the population. 

5. In providing that the census of the people is to be taken by the de jure system, the proclamation 
does not give a meaning to that term. Neither does the Census Act, nor any other statute. It must be 
determined largely by usage, and therefore the practice of former censuses in Canada should be followed 
with reasonable closeness. In the case of a great majority of the people, their home or usual place of 
abode is the place where they should be counted ; but particular directions are given in dealing with 
schedule No. 1. 

6. Census districts are required to conform as nearly as may be with the districts for the representa- 
tion of the people in the House of Commons at Ottawa, and census sub-districts to the cities towns 
incorporated villages, townships and parishes which constitute an electoral district. But in order that the 
census work may be speedily and well done, polling sub-division areas are to be the units of enumeration 
as a rule. Where they are of small extent, or where the inhabitants are few, two or more polling sub- 
divisions may be assigned to one enumerator. 

7. The Census Act provides for three classes of officers for the outside service. The first class are 
chief officers representing the Provinces and Teriitories of the Dominion, who will receive instructions at 
the Census Office in Ottawa in the method and work of the census, and will in turn give instructions to 
the commissioners. The second class are the commissioners, who will have direction of the work in the 
several census districts for which they have been appointed. They are required to instruct enumerators in 
the details of recording the census as required in the schedules, to revise the work when it is done, and to 
transmit all papers to the Census Office, with which they will conduct all necessary correspondence. The 
third class are the enumerators, to whom will be entrusted the actual work of the census, and upon whose 
judgment, discretion and intelligence the completeness and accuracy of it will to a very large degree 
depend. The census must be taken and all the returns made to the office in Ottawa within a time to be 
fixed in the special instructions to each commissioner ; and unless otherwise provided in the instructions 
every enumerator shall begin his work on Monday the 1st day of April, and he shall continue it day by 
day (except Sundays) until the canvass of his area is completed. 

8. In taking the census of Mortality, the causes of death will be entered according to the Bertillon or 
International nomenclature (or names of diseases), printed on the back of Specimen schedule No. 3. 
Experience proves that except under an organized system of daily or weekly registration it is extremely 
difficult to get full returns of mortality extending over a period of twelve months, and therefore it has been 
decided to supply commissioners with lists obtained from provincial or municipal registration offices where 



INTRODUCTION. xv 

these exist, for the use of enumerators. These lists are for the first nine months of the census year, begin- 
ning with April and ending with December, 1900. 

9. In the enumeration of inmates of asylums, hospitals, penitentiaries and educational or other institu- 
tions, as well as of Treaty Indians, and in canvassing for statistics of manufactures, forest products, fish- 
eries and minerals, it will generally be found advantageous to employ officials and other agents in place of 
the regular enumerators. In every such case t)ie commissioner for the district will be notified, and he will 
be required to withdraw the schedules dealing with the particular subjects from the regular enumerators 
and to inform them accordingly. 

10. The commissioners of census districts will be supplied from the Census Office at Ottawa with sched- 
ules, instructions and all other printed matter necessary for the taking of the census, to be distributed to 
enumerators when these are called together to receive directions for their work. 

11. A set of papers sufficient for the requirements of each enumerator, according to the extent and 
population of the territory assigned to him, will be put in a portfolio furnished for the purpose of keeping 
them in a safe and cleanly state throughout the progress of his work. It may frequently happen in local- 
ities that some of the schedules are not required at all, or only in very limited quantity, and it will be the 
duty of the commissioner in consultation with each enumerator to ascertain the kinds of schedules and the 
number of sheets of each that may be wanted. In villages and towns, for instance, a fewer number ot 
schedules 4, 5, 6 and 7 will be required than of schedules 1 and 2, while in rural parts a comparatively 
fewer number of schedule 8 (Manufactures) will be required than in villages and towns. In the case of 
schedule 3 (Mortality) an estimate of the number of sheets required may be made on the basis of 20 deaths 
in the year to each 1,000 of the population. 

12. Care will be exercised by commissioners to so direct the enumerators that they will fully and clearly 
understand every detail of their duties, — (1) as regards the portion of country or unit of enumeration each 
one is to canvass, (2) as to the entries to be made in the several schedules, and (3) as to making returns to 
the commissioners of all schedules and papers when the canvass of the portion of country assigned to each 
enumerator is finished. 

13. One of the special duties of commissioners is to ascertain and define by written description for the 
guidance of each enumerator the boundaries of the territory allotted to him, so that no part of the census 
district may be missed, or be taken by more than one enumerator. 

14. The work of taking the census should begin at some well esta,bliAed starting point, whether it is 
in a township or parish, or in a city, town or village, and should be carried on continuously and regularly, 
whether it be one or more polling sub-divisions or a tract of larger extent. 

15. In a township, parish or other country district, where the houses are scattered, it is advisable to 
start on a road or highway at the border line of the district and visit in succession every occupied house 
until the other side of the district is reached, when the next road may be taken in the same way, and so 
on until the whole area assigned to the enumerator is covered, taking care to finish the census of one farm 
or lot before proceeding to the next. 

16. If an unincorporated village is included in the enumerator's district he should take the census of 
it separately from the rural portion proper, but on the same schedule. A short line drawn across the left 
hand margin above the number of the first family and another line below the number of the last family of 
the village as entered on the schedule, will be a sufficient mark of separation. But if the village have a 
distinct name it should be written along the left; hand margin of the schedule, between the upper and 
l:)wer lines. This separation will facilitate the tabulation of agricultural statistics, and it may have value 
as a record for historical use in tracing the origin and rise of future towns in the country. The census of 
unincorporated villages, however, will be included as heretofore with the statistics of rural sections. 

17. In cities, towns and incorporated villages, where the land is usually laid out in blocks or squares 
bounded on four sides by streets, the enumerator should start at one corner of the block and proceed 
around and through it, entering every occupied house or building in regular order and collecting all the 
information called for in the schedules before proceeding to the next block .ir square, and should so con- 
tinue until the whole of his census district is finished. 

18. If the enumerator's district is partly in an incorporated town or village and partly in the country, 
lie should take the two portions separately as described above in No. 16, and distinguish the portions so 
carefully that no mistake of mixing rural and urban statistics can be made in the tabulation work of the 
Census Office at Ottawa. 

19. Where grain, fruit and root crops are grown, and domestic animals are kept, and ornamental or 
other trees are planted, in cities, towns and villages, the statistics of them (including values) should be 



xvi INTRODUCTION. 

taken as carefully as the statiFitics of crops and animals on farms ; as also the area of land occupied and 
the number of barns and other buildings in use by the head of each family or household, or by any member 
of it. 

20. The head of every family or household (or whoever gives the information for it) should be asked 
particulars concerning all the schedules, unless any one of them has been withdrawn from the enumerator, 
in order that full and complete particulars may be gathered covering the whole scope of the census for 
every part of the country. 

21. If the schedules have been withdrawn, it wiU still be the duty of the regular enumerator of a 
district to make inquiry and report the institution or industry and the name and address of its owner, 
manager, agent or oflBcer in obaige to the census commissioner of his electoral district, who will at once 
forward the particulars of the information to the Census Office at Ottawa for the use of the special agent 
who may be appointed to take the census of such institution or industry. 

22. Every commissioner, enumerator or other person employed in the execution of the Census Act 
must take and subscribe an oath binding him to the faithful and exact discharge of his duties under the 
provisions of the Act, and in all respects as required by the forms and instructions issued by the Minister 
of Agriculture ; and every such person who makes wilful default in any matter required of him by the Act 
or the instructions, or who wilfully makes a false declaration touching any such matter, is guilty of a 
misdemeanour. 

23. Every officer or other person employed in any capacity on census work is required to keep inviolate 
the secrecy of the information gathered by the enumerators and entered on the schedules or forms. An 
enumerator is not permitted to show his schedules to any other person, nor to make or keep a copy of them, 
nor to answer any question respecting their contents, directly or indirectly ; and the same obligation of 
secrecy is imposed upon commissioners and other officers or employees of the outside service, as well as 
upon every officer, clerk or other employee of the Census Office at Ottawa. The facts and statistics of the 
census may not be used except for statistical compilations, and positive assurance should be given on this 
point if a fear is entertained by any person that they may be used for taxation or any other object. 

24. No result of the enumeration may be gfiveu to the public in advance of the printed bulletins or 
reports, except by the head officer of the census acting under the authority and direction of the Minister 
of Agriculture. 

25. It is not permitted to a commissioner, enumerator or other employee of the census to engage a 
substitute or farm out his work to another. The position to which he is appointed must be filled by him- 
self, and its duties must be performed by himself. Prompt and expeditious service is required from the 
time that the work is commenced until it is finished. 

26. It is the duty of an enumerator on entering a house to act with civility, to state his business in a 
few words, to ask the necessary questions, to make the proper entries, and to leave the premises as soon ;is 
hia business has been transacted. His conduct must be judicious, and it is only when persons refuse to 
answer questions or to give the required information that legal proceedings may be taken against them. 

27. Unless otherwise specified in the detailed instructions, the census year shall be the year beginning 
April 1, 1900, and ending March 31, 1901, for all questions and subjects under schedules 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 
7, and the year beginning January 1 and ending December 31, 1900, for all questions and subjects under 
schedules 8, 9, 10 and 11. 

28. Unless otherwise instructed for particular localities, enumerators are required to begin the cam ass 
of their respective districts on Monday the first day of April, and to prosecute it continuously from day to 
day, except Sundays, until the work is completed. 

29. The day's work of census officers, commissioners, enumerators and other employees for the taking 
of the census will consist of eight hours of proved effective service, and all overtime work will be allowed 
as part of a day at the same rate of remuneration as is provided for a day's work. Ten hours of proved 
effective service will count as one day and one-quarter, and twelve hours as one day and one-half. 

30. The Census Act published with these instructions {pp. ,32-37) should be referred to for other duties 
of census officers of the several classes, especially as provided in sections 11 and 12 of the Act ; and also 
for the authority under which they may proceed to collect every particular of information called for in the 
schedules, as provided in 16, 17, 18, 19 and other sections of the Act. 

INSTEDOTIONS KELATING TO ALL SCHKDULE8. 

31. The commissioner will fill the blanks in the heading of each schedule with the name of the 
Province or Territory, the name of the electoral district, the number of the polling sub-division or other 



INTRODUCTION. xvii 

unit of enumeration, and the name of the city, town, village, township or parish in which the polling sub- 
division or unit of enumeration is situated, according as the blanks in each schedule heading requires ; and 
he will furnish each enumerator with a written or printed copy of the boundaries of the area assigned to 
him, whether a polling sub-division or an area of greater or less extent, 

32. The enumerator will study with great care the written description of the boundaries of the territory 
assigned to him (as provided in Instructions 13 and 31), so that he may have a thorough knowledge of it. 
He should make himself acquainted not only with the precise boundaries nf his territory, but with every 
portion of it which may be rural or urban, so that farm lands may be distinctly separated from towns, 
villages and hamlets or parts of such centres of population. He should be careful to set at rest any doubt 
that may arise as to boundaries between his own and adjoining enumeration territories in order to assure 
himself thac no single house or portion of land is omitted from the enumeration and that none is included 
which belongs to the territory of another enumerator. 

33. In some sparsely settled regions several townships or parishes may be grouped to form one 
polling subdivision or anit of enumeration assigned to one enumerator, and where this occurs the name of 
each township or parish should be entered in the blank line. But in every such case the name of each 
tovmship or parish should also be written by the enumerator on the left hand margin of the sheet, as 
required in No. 16 of these Instructions, in order that the census of each may be kept separate and 
distinct. 

34. Where two or more townships or parishes are united to form one municipality the same instruction 
should be followed, for the purpose of future reference and comparison when each one of such townships or 
parishes may become organized as a distinct municipality. 

35. The number of each page will be entered consecutively on the sheets in the blanks left for it in the 
headings, and when a page is filled fhe enumerator will sign his name in the blank left for it in the heading. 
He should also enter after the word "Enumerator" the day or days on which the sheet was filled, thus : 
April 2, or April 3-5, or as the case may be. 

36. The enumerator is required to make all entries on the schedules in ink of good quality, ?jid every 
name, word, figure or mark should be clear and legible. If a schedule cannot be read, or if the entries are 
made with a poor quality of ink, or in pencil, or if they are blurred or blotted, the work of the enumerator 
may be wholly wasted. The census is intended to be a permanent record, and its schedules will be stored 
in the Archives of the Dominion. 

37. Every sheet of the schedules and other special forms, whether filled or not and whether spoiled or 
not, must be returned by the enumerator to the commissioner, and by the commissioner to the Census 
Ofiice at Ottawa. 

38. Census commissioners and enumerators should read all Instructions in the light of the Specimen 
schedules 1, 2 and 3, which are supplied to illustrate clearly the sense in which every schedule of the series 
is required to be filled. If there is any doubt in the mind of the enumerator on any point, either before 
or after the work of the census has commenced, he should communicate at once with the commissioner 
of his census district ; and if there is any uncertainty in the mind of the commissioner he should apply 
either to the Census officer who has instructed him, or to the chief officer of the Census at Ottawa. 

INSTRUCTIONS FOB SCHEDULE NO. 1. 

40. Schedule No. 1 is framed with the object of enumerating the population of the country by name. 
Every person whose habitual home or place of abode is in an enumerator's district in any part of the 
Dominion is to be entered on the schedule by name, irrespeofcve of age, sex or condition— the head of the 
family or househ M to be taken fir.st and the other members in regular order. 

41. In columns 1 and 2 the dwelling house and the family or household will be numbered in the order 
of visitation, and as in the same house there may be one or more families or households the numbering 
under the two heads of the schedule will not necessarily correspond. As defined in the Census Act, the 
term " house " includes ships, vessels, dwellings or places of abode of any kind. Any structure which pro- 
vides shelter for a human being is a house, and if it has only one entrance it counts only as one dwelling 
house, no matter how many families it may shelter ; but if there are two front or principal doors leading 
into separate parts, the structure will be counted as two houses. 

42. The population is grouped for census purposes under the heads of families, households and institu- 
tions. In the restricted sense of the term, a family consists of parents and sons and daughters united in a 
living and housekeeping community : but in the larger sense it may include other relatives and servants. 
A household may include all persons in a housekeeping community, whether related by ties of blood or 
not, but usually with one of their number occupying the position of head. But single persons living alone. 

A— B 



xviii INTRODUCTION. 

who have a special dwelling and carry on their own housekeeping, are also to be regarded as households. 
Other persons living alone, as persons who rent rooms and only sleep in the house, will be included in the 
list of those households which carry on housekeeping for them, although they may take meals elsewhere. 
An institution household includes such establishments as hospitals, asylums, poor house*, prisons, peniten- 
tiaries, schools of learning, barracks, etc., whose inmates, if they have no home or domicile elsewhere 
■outside of the institution, are to be entered under the name o£ the institution. The attendants, cooks, etc., 
of an institution are not to be counted with the guests or inmates, but with the household of the head of 
the institution, or with their own or other household of which they form a part. 

43. The heads of families, households and institutions are required to furnish the enumerator with all 
particulars regarding every person in the family, household or institution, as called for in the schedules. 

44. In making the entries of the names of all persons in a family or household in column 3, there will 
be no doubt as regards a very large majority of the population. Their homes are fixed and known. But 
in every case where members of a family or household are temporarily absent from their home or usual 
place of abode, their names and records should be dealt with so as to conform as nearly as may be with the 
general conception of a dejure system of enumeration. The christian name and surname of each person 
should be entered in this column in full, but if the person have a middle name it will only be necessary to 
write the initial of it. 

47. The races of men will be designated by the use of "w" for white, ">•" for red, "b" for black 
and "y" for yellow. The whites are, of course, the Caucasian race, the reds are the American Indian, the 
blacks are the African or negro, and the yellows are the Mongolian (Japanese and Chinese). But only 
pure whites will be classed as whites; the children begotten of marriages between whites and any one of 
the other races will be classed as red, black or yellow, as the case may be, irrespective of the degree of 
colour. 

48. In column 6 the head of each family or household will be entered as such, and all others according 
to the relationship— as wife, son, daugl.ter, servant, boarder, lodger, partner, etc. The persons in an 
institution may be described as officer, inmate, patient, prisoner, pupil, etc. 

49. Under column 7 the description will be given by the use of the initial letter of " s " for single, " m " 
for married, "w" for widowed and "d" for divorced. Persons separated as to bed and board will be 
desciibed as married. 

51. In describing the country or place of birth it will suffice in the case of all persons born out of 
Canada to give the name of the country, as England, France, Germany or the United States, without 
giving the names of smaller sub-divisions. If born in Canada, the name of the Province or Territory 
should be given, as it will serve to indicate the tendency towards migration. In all cases, too, it is import- 
ant to know whether the person is country born or town born, which will be denoted by the addition of 
the letter " r " for ruial or the letter "u " for urban, as the case may be. Thus, a person born in a town 
in Nova Scotia will be described in column 11 as " N.S. u," or if born on a farm in Quebec as " Q. r." 

52. If the person is foreign born the year of immigration to Canada will be entered in column 12 ; 
and if born in some other country than the United Kingdom or any of its colonies or dependencies the 
year in which the person has been naturalized and has acquired rights of citizenship should be entered in 
column 13. If the person has applied for papers, but has not yet reached the full status of citizenship, the 
fact should be indicated by writing in the column the letters "pa." 

53. Among whites the racial or tribal origin is traced through the father, as in English, Scotch Irish 
Welsh, French, German, Italian, Scandinavian, etc. Care must be taken, however, not to apply the terms 
"American" or "Canadian" in a racial sense, as there are no races of men so called. "Japanese ' 
" Chinese " and " negro " are proper racial terms ; but in the case of Indians the names of their tribes 
should be given, as " Chippewa," "Cree," etc. Persons of mixed white and red blood— commonly known 
as "breeds" — will be described by addition of the initial letters "f.b." for French breed, "e.b " for 
English breed, "s.b." for Scotch breed and "i.b." for Irish breed. For example: "Cree f.b." denotes 
that the person is racially a mixture of Cree and French ; and " Chippewa s.b." denotes that the person 
is Chippewa and Scotch. Other mixtures of Indians besides the four above specified are rare, and may be 
described by the letters "o.b."' for other breed. If several races are combined with the red, such as 
English and Scotch, Irish and French, or any others, they should also be described by the initials "o b " 
A person whose father is English, but whose mother is Scotch, Irish, French, or any other race, will be 
ranked as English, and so with any others— the line of descent being traced through the father in the 
white races. 

54. Nationality is a term of more or less conventional meaning. But as it applies by right of 
established usage to the citizens of Canada— the expression 'new nationality ' was in this sense introduced 



INTRODUCTION. xix 

in the speech with which the Governor General opened the first Canadian Parliament— it is proper to use 
Canadian in column 15 as descriptive of every person whose home is in the country and who has acquired 
rights of citizenship in it. A person who was born in the United States, or France, or Germany or other 
foreign country, but whose home is in Canada and who is a naturalized citizen, should be entered as a 
Canadian ; so also should a person born in the United Kingdom or ,ray of its colonies, whose residence in 
Canada is not merely temporary. An. alien person will be classified by nationality according to the 
country of his birth, or the country to which he professes to owe allegiance. 

55. The religion of each person will be entered according as he or she professes, specifying the church 
or denomination to which the person belongs or adheres, or which he or she favours. If the sons or 
daughters belong, or adhere to, or favour another church or denomination than that of their parents, or of 
either of them, the proper entry should be made ; but except in such oases they should be classed with 
their parents. The classification of the people by their religious faith must not ignore any church, or 
denomination, or form of belief, saving in the case of a church or denomination whose identity has been 
lost by union or otherwise. There is no State Church in Canada, and if a person is not a member of or 
does not adhere to or favour any one church or denomination he must not be classed with one or another. 
If he is an agnostic, or a non-believer, or a pagan, or a reincarnationist, or whatever his relationship to 
religion may be, he should be so classed. 

56. In columns 17 to 21 inclusive the enumerator will enter the profession, occupation, trade or means 
of living of each person, and indicate the positions they occupy as persons living on their own means, as 
employers, as employees, or as working on their own account. 

57. The chief or principal calling is the only one to be recorded ; that is to say, the one on which the 
condition of life chiefly rests and from which the gains, earnings or income are chiefly obtained. 

58. Expressions such as "manufacturer," "merchant" and "labourer" are inadequate; the particular 
branch of industry, or trade, or profession or other calling in which the person enumerated is engaged 
should be given. Workingmeu and day labourers should always state the kind of work or business branch 
in which they are usually employed, as farm labourer. If the person is a labourer in a mill, factory or 
workshop, specify the works in addition to the term labourer, thus, " labourer (brick works)." If he is a 
skilled workman, specify besides the general name of the industry in which he is employed, the particular 
branch of it in which he is engaged and the material in which he works, as "brass-founder," "cotton 
spinner," " gold-miner.' If the person has retired from his gainful calling or occupation, it will be indicated 
by adding the letter " •■ " to the description. 

69. For persons who do not carry on any remunerative calling and live on their own means, as from 
incomes. Superannuations, annuities, pensions, &c. ; for persons who are employers, as mill-owners, large 
farmers, &c., whose work is done by others for which salaries or wages are paid ; for employees who work 
for salaries or wages ; and for persons employed in gainful occupation, doing their own work, the proper 
entries will be made in columns 18, 19, 20 and 21 respectively. An affirmative answer will be indicated by 
the down stroke ( | ) and the negative answer by the dash ( — ) in the proper column. 

60. If married women, other female dependents or children carry on a gainful or wage-earning occupa- 
tion in any capacity, the kind of occupation will be given, and they will be classed as employers or em- 
ployees as the case may be ; but if they are only carrying on domestic affairs in a household without wages 
they are not to be classed as having any occupation. A person doing piece-work at home will be entered 
according to the occupation, whether employed under coritract or agreement with a manufacturer or other 
employer of labour, or as a helper to the person so employed. 

61. The rank in principal calling or occupation is to be clearly given, so that it can be exactly recog- 
nized whether the enumerated person is (1) an independent business manager; or (2) belongs to the 
business office (as manager, inspector, confidential clerk, book-keeper, clerk of works, cashier, treasurer, 
foreman or other working official ; or (3) stands in some working relation (such as journeyman, assistant, 
apprentice, factory operative, workman, waiter, shopman, salesman, day labourer, navvy, coachman, 
drayman, stableman, handyman, cook, maid, housemaid, female servant, farm labourer, farmer's son. &c. 
—the position or office of the enumerated person being always given in connection with the business, 
occupation or profession. 

62. Entries under the heading of Wage Earners will be made under columns 22 to 27 inclusive, for 
each person named in column 3 who is employed in any industrial or other occupation and is paid salary, 
wages or other money allowance for his or her service, and whether employed by piece-work or by time 
(hour, day, week, &c. ), at home, in a factory, or elsewhere. 

63. Columns 22, 23 and 24 refer particularly to employees in factory work, and the additional letters 
"f " and " h " will be used to denote whether the place of employment is the actory or the home, or both, 

A-B| ■ ■ 



XX INTRODUCTION. 

The downstroke " (| f " denotes that the person is working at his trade in the factory ; " (|) h " will denote 
that he is working at home; and "(|) £ h" will denote that during the census year he has been working 
part of the time in the factory and part of it at home. The entries in columns 23 and 24 will show how 
much of the year, as expressed in months, he has been employed at his trade in the factory and at home 
respectively. 

64. In column 25 will be entered the number of months that the person has been employed otherwise 
than at his regular trade in the factory or at home ; or, if not a tradesman, at whatever his occupation may 
be, if it is a wage-earning one. For census purposes the terms salary and wages have a common meaning, 
being the amount or sum of money which one person employed by another receives for his service, whether 
the work done be professional, literary or handicraft. 

65. Columns 28 to 33 relate to the education and language of each person named in the schedule, of the 
age of five years and over. Column 28 refers of course to persons of school age, being those over five and 
under twenty-one years. If the person has attended school during the census year the time will be 
indicated by the number of months, and if he or she has not attended school during the year it will be 
indicated by a horizontal dash ( — ). 

66. Columns 29, 30, 31 and 32 will be answered by the figure 1 for "Yes " and by a dash (— ) for " No," 
as the fact may be ; and account is not to be taken of the degree of proficiency as regards any one of the 
questions. English and French were made official languages by section 133 of the British North America 
Act, 1867, and therefore special provision is made in the schedule for a record of all persons five years of 
age and over who speak one or other of these languages. But the same person may speak both languages, 
and in every such case the answer (1) "Yes" should be entered in both columns. 

67. Mother tongue is one's native language, the language of his race ; but not necessarily the language 
in which he thinks, or which he speaks most fluently, or uses chiefly in conversation. Whatever it may 
be, whether English, French, Gaelic, Irish, German, Swedish, Russian or any other, it should be entered 
by name in column 33 if the person speaks the language, but not otherwise. 

68. Infirmities are recorded under the heads of the three classes, (a) Deaf and Dumb, (b) Blind, and 
(c) Unsound Mind. It is not necessary that the degree of infirmity should be absolute or total, but that it 
should be so sufficiently marked in any one of the classes as to have reached the stage of incapacity. If 
the infirmity is congenital (that is to say, if it is born with one), or if it dates from childhood, the words 
"from childhood" should be added, thus: Blind, from childhood. The infirmity, where it exists in a 
person, will be entered by name in column 34 : and where it does not exist the entry in the column will be 
the dash {—), or usual sign for a negative. 

69. The literal meaning of the term dcjure is " by right of law," "rightfully," or "legally " ; but the 
term has no strict legal meaning. Neither in the statutes nor in the decisions of the courts has an exact or 
fixed definition been given to it. When, therefore, it has been ordered that the enumeration of the people 
shall be in accordance with the de jure system, there is room for misundei standing and error, in spite of 
instructions on the usage meaning of the term. 

70. There is a probability that some persons may be counted in two places, and that others may not be 
counted at all. A domestic servant, for example, may be reported at the home of her parents as a member 
of the family dejure, and she may also be reported as de jure of the household where she is employed. Or 
if absent from home for a comparatively long time and in her present place of service for only a short time 
she may be left out of the enumeration altogether. The same thing may occur in the case of clerks sales- 
men, artisans, labourers, railway employees, etc. 

71. It is not possible to lay down a rule applicable to every case ; but, generally, where there is a doubt 
reference to the names of persons who are temporarily absent by number of page and line in schedule No 
1 should be entered in the Special Form A at the same time that the enumeration is being made according 
to schedule No. 1, and with the help of information supplied in this way a large percentage of possible 
defects and errors may be eliminated at the Census Office. 

72. The enumerator will enter in Special Form A the reference by number of page and line in sched- 
ule No. 1 to the name of every member of a family or household who is reported to be absent from the 
home or domicile, and whose absence is considered by the head of the family or household (or whoever 
gives the information) as temporary. 

73. A student at college, a sailor or fisherman at sea, a lumberman in the forest, a merchant or trader 
in foreign parts, a commercial traveller on the road, inmates of hospitals, penal institutions, etc., and other 
like persons whose period of absence is more or less definite and known, should be so entered. 

74. But in the case of persons who have gone away from the home or domicile to which they belorged 
to pursue some trade or calling, or to begin life on their own account in any part of Canada or in another 



INTRODUCTION. xxi 

country, no record should be made by the enumerator either in schedule No. 1 or in the Special Form 
unless there is a fixed period of return. 

75. If the head of the family or household (or whoever gives the information) is in doubt concerning 
the intention of such persons to return, and if they be absent twelve months, they are not to be taken in 
the census by the enumerator, the presumption being that they have settled elsewhere. 

76. Persons in a family or household whose home or domicile has been elsewhere should not be taken 
by the enumerator unless it be ascertained that they do not intend to return, when they should be entered 
on schedule No. 1 whether the time of their residence in the locality be long or short. 

77. In the case of every entry in the Special Form A, enter in columns 1 and 2 the number of page 
and line of schedule No. 1 on which the name occurs of a person ascertained to be temporarily absent. 
The number ot months of absence from home is to be recorded in column 3. In column 4 is to be recorded 
the answer to the question : " Does person intend to return home? " Under column 5, describing " Loca- 
lity where person is to be found " give (if in Canada) name of Province or Territory and of city, town or 
village, with street and house number ; or of township, parish or other municipality, with concession and 
lot or cadastral number ; and also post ofiBce address. If out of Canada, give name of country only, or of 
State it in the United States. 

78. Inquire of the head of every family or household (or whoever gives the information) if any person 
of the family or household is temporarily absent, so that the proper record concerning such person may be 
made in the Special Form A. 

79. No. 43 of these Instructions requires the heads of families, households and institutions to furnisk 
the enumerator with all particulars regarding every person in the family, household or institution, as 
called for in the schedules. It may happen, however, in the case of boarders, lodgers and others that the 
head of the family, household or institution is unable, owing to their temporary absence, to give the 
details of information regarding such persons at the time when the enumerator calls, and to provide for 
such cases Special Form B has been prepared. It is an individual form, similar in every particular to 
schedule No. 1, and one copy of it will be left by the enumerator with the head of the family, household or 
institution for each such person, to be filled up by a date and hour marked thereon by the enumerator, and 
to be collected by him and entered in its proper place in schedule No. 1. 

80. Section 17 of the Census Act provides that every person who wilfully or without lawful excuse 
refuses to fill up to the best of his knowledge and belief any schedule required of him by the enumerator, 
or other person employed in the execution of the Act, "or refuses or neglects to sign and deliver up or 
otherwise return the same when and as required, or makes, signs, delivers or returns, or causes to be made, 
signed, delivered or returned, any wilfully false answer or statement as to any matter specified in suck 
schedule, shall incur a penalty not exceeding forty dollars and not less than one doUar." 

This volume of the Census deals wholly with Population, and the tables are grouped 
under the five following classes, namely : 

1. Comparative tables of Population. 

2. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex and Conjugal Condition. 

3. Religions of the People. 

4. Origins and Nationalities. 

5. Birthplace and Immigration. 

The first group comprises tables showing — 

I. Population of 1871, 1881, 1891 and 1901, compared by Electoral Districts 
within their present limits (1901), pp. 2-5. 
II. Houses, families and population in 1891-1901, compared by Census Districts 
within their present limits (1901), pp. 6-9. 

III. Sex and conjugal condition in 1891-1901, compared by Census Districts 

within their present limits (1901), pp. 10-17. 

IV. Rural and urban population in 1891-1901, compared by Census Districts 

within their present limits (1901), pp. 18-21. 
V. Population of cities and towns having over 5,000 inhabitants in 1901, com- 
pared with 1871, 1881, 1891, p. 22. 



XXll 



INTRODUCTION. 



In addition to the comparative statement of population, Table I gives the represen- 
tation of each district in Parliament at the present time, together with a summary by 
Provinces of representation in the period 1871-1901. In Table III no comparison is 
shown under the head of divorced, as the Census of persons of this class was taken in 
1901 for the first time. The urban population in Table IV embraces all persons whose 
residence is in the incorporated villages, towns and cities of the country. In Table V 
the whole population of incorporated towns and cities having over 5,000 inhabitants is 
given regardless of their position as parts of two or more Electoral districts. 

The second group comprises tables showing — 

VI. Areas of lakes in Canada by Provinces and Territories, pp. 24-25. 
VII. Areas, houses, families, population, sex and conjugal condition in 1901, by 
Districts and Sub-districts, pp. 26-142. 

The areas in both tables have been computed for the Census Office by Mr. James 
White, geographer of the Department of the Interior, from the latest official maps, 
surveys and records ; but in Nova Scotia and unorganized parts of Ontario and Quebec, 
where the sub-districts constitute polling districts for election purposes, data were nut 
available for computing areas by sub-districts. Table VII gives land areas only, and in 
making up aggregates for Provinces and the Dominion the lake areas of Table VI must 
be added. All tidal waters, as Hudson Bay, TJngava- Bay, the Gulf of St. Lawrence and 
the Bay of Fundy, are excluded, but it has been usual to include all tliat part of the 
River St. Lawrence above the meridian of Point de Monts in Saguenay with the area 
of the Dominion, although the tide ascends as far as Lake St. Peter. With the addi- 
tion of 2,967,556 acres to the water area of Quebec, and of 124,362 acres to the water 
area of Ontario for the parts of the St. Lawrence, Niagara, Detroit and St. Clair 
Rivers,' the land and water areas of the several Provinces and Territories of the 
Dominion are as shown in the following table : 



Provinces and Territories. 



British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island , 

Quebec 

Alberta 

Aesiniboia 

Saskatchewan 

Athabaska 

Mackenzie 

Keewatin 

Franklin 

CJngava 

Yukon . . . , 



Total . 



Land, 


Lakes, 




Total 


acres. 


acres. 




sq. miles. 


2.36,922,177 


1,560,830 


238,483,007 


372,630 


41,169,098 


6,019,200 


47,188,298 


73,732 


17,863,266 


47,232 


17,910,498 


27,985 


13,483,671 


230,100 


13,713,771 


21,428 


141,125,330 


25,826,306 


166,951,636 


260,802 


1,397,991 




1,397,991 


2,184 


218,723,687 


0,474,874 


225,198,561 


351,873 


64,973,212 


232,000 


65,205,212 


101,883 


56,498,546 


384,000 


56,882,546 


88,879 


66,460,859 


2,414,500 


68,875.359 


107,618 


155,622,704 


5.635,120 


101,257,824 


251,965 


340,886,420 


18,910,080 


359,796,500 


562,182 


292,478,010 


8,588,260 


301,066,270 


470,416 


320; 000, 000 




.S20,000,000 


500,000 


223,429,600 


3,745,440 


227,175,040 


354,961 


125,649,500 


415,280 


126,064,780 


196,976 


2,316,684,071 


80,483,222 


2,397, 16t,293 


3,745,674 



1 This area of 124,362 acres comprises 103,114 acres of the St. Lawrence, 4,288 acres pf the Niagara, 
10,400 acres of the Detroit, and 6,560 acres of the St. Clair River. 



INTRODUCTION. xxiii 

Hudson Bay, lying between the Territories of TJngava and Keewatin, has an area 
of 284,000,000 acres, or 443,750 square miles ; and the Gulf of St. Lawrence, lying 
between the Provinces of Nova Scotia and Quebec, has an area of 65,000,000 acres, or 
101,562 squares miles. But these waters are not included in the area of Canada. 

The third group comprises tables showing — 

VIII. Religions of the people by Provinces, pp. 144-145. 
IX. Principal religions by Censu.s Districts, pp. 146-153. 
X. Religions of the people by Sub-districts, pp. 154-282. 

The first of these tables gives the population of 1901 classed into 45 specified 
religions; the second is a comparative table of nine principal religions in 1891 and 
1901 ; and the third gives the population of 1901 by sub-districts classed into 20 speci- 
fied religions. 

The fourth group comprises tables showing — 

XI. Origins of the people by Sub-districts, pp. 284-405. 

XII. Nationalities by Census Districts, pp. 406-413. 

In the Census usage of the terms (see 53 and 5i of the Instructions) origin refers 
to the race or tribe to which a person belongs or from which he is descended, and 
nationality to the country to which he professes to owe allegiance. Every person whose 
home is in Canada, and who holds or has acquired rights of citizenship in it by birth or 
naturalization, is described by nationality as a Canadian, regardless of his racial origin 
or his birthplace. 

The fifth group comprises tables showing — 

XIII. Birthplace of the people by Provinces, pp. 416-417. 

XIV. Birthplace of the people by Districts, pp. 418-447. 

XV Birthplace and citizenship of immigrants by Provinces, pp. 448-449. 

XVI. Immigrant population by Provinces, pp. 450-451. 

XVII. Immigrant population by Districts, pp. 452-481. 

XVIII. Population by birthplace, 1881, 1891, 1901, p. 482. 

Table XV shows the extent to which immigrants of alien birth have become natur- 
alized and Table XVIII shows the whole population of the country by birthplace in 
each of the Census years 1881, 1891 and 1901. 

In the orthography of geographic names in this volume the rulings of the Geogra- 
phic Board of Canada have been followed, as directed by the Order in Council of 
December 18, 1897. 

ARCHIBALD BLUE, 

Special Census Commissioner. 



QUATRllME RECENSEMENT 



DU CANADA 1901 



VOLUME I POPULATION 




OTTAWA 

imprim:^ par s. e. dawson, imprimeur de sa TRi:s excellente 

MAJESTi; LE ROI 
1902 



RAPPORT DU 
QUATRIEME RFXENSEMENT DU CANADA, igoi. 

A Son Exoellence le ires honorable Sir Gilbert John Elliot, comte de Minto, G.G.M.Q. 
etc., etc., gouverneur giniral du Canada. 

Qu'lL PLAISE A VOTRE EXCELLENCE, 

J'ai I'honneur de presentei' a Votre Excellence le premier volume du rapport du 
quatri^me recensement du Canada, 1 901. 
Bespectueusement soumis. 

SYDNEY FISHER, 

Ministre de I' Agriculture. 
Ottawa, 26 f^vrier, 1902. 



m 



RAPPORT DU 
QUATRIEME RECENSEMENT DU CANADA. 1901. 

A I'honorable 

Stdxey Fisher, 

Ministre de VAgriaulture. 

Monsieur, — J'ai Thonneur de vous soumettr^ le premier volume du rapport du 
quatrifeme recensemenfc du Canada, 1901. 

ARCHIBALD BLUE, 

Commissaire special du recensement. 
Bureau du recensement, 

Ottawa, 26 f^vrier, 1902. 



ERRATA 

Page 117 — Dans la colonne du Total, ligne 45, lisez 43,221 au lieu de 43,222, et ligne 46 lisez 2,796 au lieu 

de 2,795. 
Page 152 — Dans la oulonne des Anglicans pour le district 188, Rimouski, lisez 55 au lieu de 355. 
Page 153 — Dans la coloune des Luth^riens pour le district 180, Pontiac, lisez 431 au lieu de 432. 
Page 284 — Dans les totaux du Canada, pour " autres" d'origine britannique (colonne 4) lisez 13,421 au lieu 

13,415. 
Page 285 — Dans les totaux du Canada, lisez 28,621 d'origine Ruase au lieu de 28,612 ; 34,473 Metis au lieu 

de 34,481, et 93,459 Sauvages au lien de 93,460. 
Page 313 — Dans les totaux d'Ontario, lisez 4,684 Russes au lieu de 4,575 ; 4,995 Metis au lieu de 4,003, et 

19,670 .Sauvages au lieu de 19,671 
Page 399 — Dans la derniere colonne, ligne 30, lisez 1 au lieu de I'espace en blanc. 



QUATRIEME RECENSEMENT DU CANADA 1901 



INTIIOI3UCTION 



On a fait le recensement de 1891 avec neuf tableaux contenant 216 questions, et le 
recensement de 1901 avec onze tableaux contenant 561 questions, comme il est cons- 
tate par r^tat comparatif suivant : 



N° 


1891. 


Q- 


N° 


1901. 


Q. 


I 




25 
13 

23 
30 

27 
23 
22 
23 
30 


I 

II 

III 

IV 

• V 

VI 

VII 

VIII 

IX 

X 

XI 


Les vivants 


34 


II 
III 


Les dee^s et institutions publiques.. . . 

Biens fonciers, produits du verger, pe- 
pini^res, vignobles et jardins 

Produits de la f erme 


Batirnents et terres, eglises et eooles. . 


35 

15 


IV 


Terres k culture, fruits et plantations. 

Produits des champs 

Betail et produit des animaux 

Valeurs agricoles 


37 


V 


Animaux vivants, produits des ani- 
maux, etoffes de menage, fourrures 


37 
26 




Etablissements industriels 


25 


VI 


Les manufactures 

Produit J de la forSt et fourrures .. . . 
Les pecheries 




VII 


Produits de la foret 


67 


VIII 




51 






130 


IX 


L'industrie miniere 

Total 






Total 


104 




216 


561 







En sus des tableaux indiques plus haut, on a employe au recensement de 1901 
quatre formules sp^ciales pour obtenir le denombrement : (a) des personnes temporaire- 
ment absentes, (b) des pensionnaires, locataires et autres, absents lors de la visite de 
I'enumerateur et au sujet desquels le chef de la famille ou du menage ou de I'institution 
^tait dans I'impossibilit^ de fournir les renseignements voulus, (c) de I'etat des produits 
des beurreries et fromageries, (d) de I'etat des materiaux de construction en argile. 

Le tableau des vivants, en 1891, etait dresse de manifere a connaitre le lieu de 
naissance du pfere et de la mhre de chaque personne enum^ree, avec I'origine dans le cas 
d'un Canadien-frangais ; dans le cas d'un patron le nombre de ses employes durant 
I'annde ; et dans le cas d'un employe, on demandait s'il s'^tait trouve sans ouvrage 
durant la semaine precedant le recensement. 



viii INTRODUCTION. 

On ne trouve pas ces questions, en 1901, sur le tableau correspondant ; mais on y 
voit des questions qui ont pour but de designer le pays ou lieu de naissance de chaque 
personne, I'ann^e de son immigration au Canada si elle est n^e h, I'^tranger, I'anncie de 
sa naturalisation si elle n'est pas sujet britannique de naissance, sa nationalite et son 
origine selon la race ou la tribu. Le tableau est aussi dress6 de manifere k connaitre le 
temps employ^ par chaque personne k son metier, occupation ou profession, et le montant 
de ses gages durant Tannic. 

Sous I'en-tSte "Education et langue", on a demands, en 1891, si la personne 
^num^r^e savait lire et ^crire ; en 1901, on a voulu de plus savoir la duree de I'assis- 
tance aux ^coles et la langue parlee par chaque personne. Le f rangais et I'anglais ayant 
^te institues langues officielles de ce pays, on a pourvu specialement dans le tableau 
k une inscription indiquant que la personne ^numeree parle I'une ou I'autre de ces 
deux langues, et aussi sa langue maternelle (si celle-ci est parlee). Dans un pays comme 
le Canada, peupl6 de tant d'elements diflKrents, il est bon de constater si I'acquisition de 
Tune ou I'autre des deux langues officielles produit I'absorption et I'unification de ces 
divers ^l^ments. Et, comme I'anglais est aujourd'hui dans une large mesure la langue 
du commerce dans le monde entier, il est ^galement desirable de connaitre le nombre de 
citoyens d'origine frangaise qui peuvent le parler tout en s'exprimant aussi dans leur 
langue maternelle. 

La question relative k la duree de I'assistance aux classes s'applique aux enfants 
d'age k frequenter les ^coles seulement, et des details suppl^mentaires relatifs au 
nombre de professeurs, d'flfeves et d'appartements dans les ^coles publiques, sont deman- 
dds au tableau n° II de ce recensement. D'autres questions dans ce tableau concernent 
les 6coles du dimanche et les lieux de culte, et ont pour objet d'obtenir la statistique de 
ces institutions par confessions religieuses. 

Mais le tableau n° II de ce recensement a pour principal objet d'obtenir un 
6tat des batiments et terras ; il commence par la description du lieu d'habitation de 
chaque personne ^num^r^e, de fagon k ce qu'on puisse I'indiquer sur une carte 
ou sur un plan du district ou le designer exactement en visitant le terrain. De cette 
manifere, il est toujours facUe, apr^s recherches, de decouvrir si I'^num^rateur a omis ou 
oubli6 une maison, ou s'il a entre la mfime plus d'une fois, ou si m§me il a enregistre une 
maison qui n'existe pas ; et pour chaque habitation il y a un renvoi direct au chef de la 
famille ou du manage inscrit au premier tableau. Cette disposition n'existait pas en 
1891, de sorte que, si des entrees illegales ont ete faites, il est extremement difficile de 
les decouvrir, surtout dans les grandes villes et cit^s ou la population est plus instable que 
celle des districts ruraux, et ou, souvent, une personne ne connait meme pas de nom la 
moiti^ de ses voisins ou de ceux qui habitent le m6me pat^ de maisons. Les tableaux 
des deux recensements contiennent des dispositions a peu prfes analogues pour le 
denombrement des maisons, institutions, magasins, entrep6ts, fabriques, etc., ainsi que 
pour les biens fonciers possM^s ou loues, mais ils sont plus precis en 1901 qu'en 
1891. 

II en est de mSme pour le tableau de la mortality qui contenait dix questions en 
1891 centre 15 en 1901. 

Les tableaux de I'agriculture contenaient 75 questions en 1891 centre 127 en 1901 
Parmi ces derni^res, 4 sont pour les b&timents de la ferme, 1 2 pour la classification 
de la superficie des diverses terres a culture, 22 pour les arbres de verger, les vignes et 



INTRODUCTION. ix 

les fruits, 37 pour les produits des champs, 26 pour le b^tail et les produits des animaux 
et 23 pour la valeur des terres k culture, des batiments, des produits des champs, des 
vergers et du travail de la ferme. Et, comme tout recensement agricole n'est pas satisfai- 
sant s'il ne tient compte de I'^tendue de terre consacr^e a chaque espfece de culture, les 
tableaux sont dresses de mani^re k indiquer autant que possible les produits de la terre, 
avec la superlicie en acres sur laquelle chacun d'eux a eti^ r^colt^. 

Cependant, comme les arbres de verger et les vignes ont besoin de plusieurs annees 
de croissance avant de pouvoir porter des fruits, il ne serait pas exact d'indiquer la super- 
ficie seulement ; en consequence, la question s'^tend au nombre d'arbres et de vignes 
portant des fruits comme k ceux qui n'en ont pas encore porte. 

Pour la premiere fois, dans un recensement au Canada, des mesures ont ^te prises 
pour obtenir les chiflfres des valeurs agricoles ; on peut ^tre assure que les donnees four- 
nies seront la confirmation eclatante de la grandeur de notre agriculture et de la place 
tr^s importante qu'elle occupe dans le ddveloppement de la richesse nationale. 

On n'a pas cherche, cette fois, k obtenir de donnees sur la production du beurre et 
du fromage fabriqu^s a la maison, vu que I'etablissement des beurreries et fromageries a 
presque complfetement d^truit ces industries domestiques. 

Le tableau des manufactures a 6t6 dresse de manifere a rencontrer les conditions 
pr^sentes, ainsi qn'k obtenir la quantite et la valeur des produits industriels. Cest dire 
qu'il contient plus de details que celui employ^ il y a dix ans et le nombre de questions 
a 6te triple. 

Cest une anomaUe de considerer comme un ^tabUssement industriel toute chambre 
ou boutique dans laquelle une ou deux personnes sont employees, et on ne peut accepter 
cette definition quand tout, dans I'industrie, tend vers la concentration du capital, de 
I'administration, de I'habilete et du travail. II y a sans doute des raisons pour desu'ei 
connaltre la vari^t^ et la valeur du travail individuel ; mais dans tout plan bien concu 
ayant pour objet d'obtenir la statistique des manufactures, I'id^e de fabrique doit repr^- 
senter une entreprise moderne qui progresse. L'id^e de manufacture doit avoir ses limites 
comme I'id^e de ferme a les siennes ; ainsi nul ne songerait k considerer comme une ferme 
une pifece de jardin. En consequence, aprfes avoir examine la question soigneusement, il 
a 6te decide de donner au terme " manufacture " I'interpretation qui lui est donn^e dans 
les statuts des provinces qui ont etabU un syst^me d'inspection des fabriques par des 
fonctionnaires de I'Etat. 

Les questions de ce tableau qui concernent le capital actif des etablissements indus- 
triels, la dur^e de leurs operations pendant Tannic du recensement, le nombre et les 
salaires de leurs officiers, gerants et employes, le nombre collectif des jours de travail 
durant I'annee, le cout du loyer, du combustible, de I'edairage, de la force motrice et 
des taxes, la quantity et I'espfece de mati^re employee k I'etat brut, la quantite et les 
esp^ces d'effets manufactures, le genre et la capacite de la force motrice possedee, ont 
pour but d'indiquer non seulement la valeur et le nombre des manuFactures du pays, 
mais aussi de foumir des donnees precises aux legislateurs et aux economistes. En 
d'autres termes, le but est de connaitre la veritable position des industries du pays et 
les conditions dans lesquelles elles se maintiennent. 

La fabrication du beurre et du fromage a des interets distincts de ceux des autres 
industries et les donneis qui la concernent ont ete obtenues au moyen d'un tableau 
special. 

A— c 



3C INTRODUCTION. 

Le tableau employ^ dans ce recensement pour les produits de la foret a pour but 
d'indiquer les quantites et les valeurs des materiaux employes k I'etat brut et prepares a 
la hache et k la scie dans la foret. La production du bois de charpente, du bardeau, etc., 
tombe dans la cat^gorie des objets manufactures. 

Les questions ont &t& prepar^es de fagon k concorder compl^tement avec les produits 
forestiers du pays tels qu'on les trouve enumerds dans les Tableaux des Exportations ; et 
a ce sujet, il est k remarquer que la disparition du pin, du chene, du noyer et des autres 
bois de construction de valeur, dans les plus anciennes parties du pays, a cree une de- 
mande considerable pour nombre d'autres essences forestiferes employees aux fins les plus 
varices. L'industrie de la pite (pulpe) k papier peut Stre consideree comme le principal 
exemple du nouvel etat de choses ; mais il y en a plusieurs autres, et il est probable que 
des bois de nos forets auxquels nous n'attachions autrefois aucune valeur et que nous 
regardions tout au plus comme bois a bruler pour leurs cendres, pourront devenir, pour 
les proprietaires du sol, des sources plus abondantes de revenus que toutes les richesses 
passees et presentes de nos pins, nos chenes et nos noyers. 

II y a dix ans, il suffisait de 22 questions pour recueillir tous les renseignements 
relatifs a l'industrie forestiere ; aujourd'hui, le nombre des questions est de 50. 

Le tableau relatif aux p6cheries contient 100 questions deplus qu'en 1891, et est en 
grande partie fonde sur le tableau statistique que fournit le minist^re de la Marine et 
des Pecheries, avec les additions et modifications n^cessitees par le plan general du 
recensement. 

A ce tableau sont portes le nombre, le tonnage et la valeur des bateaux et navirfjs 
de p6che ; les esp^ces, le nombre et la valeur des appareils de p§che ; le nombre et la valeur 
des etablissements de salaisons et de conserves ; les personnes employees dans l'industrie 
de la peche et leurs gages ; le rendement et la valeur en detail des produits de cette 
industi'ie pour I'annee du recensement. 

A I'aide d'un bulletin tabulaire avec lequel les pecheurs sont familiers dans ses 
principaux elements, et grace k I'emploi, pour le recueillement de la statistique, d'agents 
qui sont au fait de l'industrie et qui ont la confiance des pficheurs, on a pu rassembler 
des details tr^s complets sous une forme propre a faciliter la tabulation. Dans I'Ontario, 
ou I'administration des pecheries est principalement sous le contrdle provincial, on a 
obtenu les services des fonctionnaires provinciaux ; dans la province de Quebec on a 
aussi employe, lorsqu'on I'a pu, les officiers charges des interSts de la peche dans la 
province. Mais pour les grandes pgches des c6tes de I'Atlantique et du Pacifique, ainsi 
que dans les Territoires, un bon nombre des agents que nous avons employes sont des 
ofliciers du service de la Marine et des Pficheries. 

Dans le recensement prec(^dent, on n'a pas fait usage de la statistique recueillie k 
I'aide du tableau X, dont I'objet n'^tait gulire que de recueillir des renseignements sur 
I'outillage employe et le capital engage dans les p6ches, ainsi que sur les gao-es des 
pecheurs. 

Le bulletin tabulaire relatif aux usines et aux produits mineraux a ete prepare de 
fagon k obtenir pour chaque mine ou carri^re I'etendue et la valeur du terrain minier de 
m6me que le terrain ne contenant pas de mineraux, occup4 pour les operations minieres ■ 
le nombre, I'esp^ce et la capacite des usines, chantiers et appareils de traitement des' 
minerals et mineraux et la valeur des batiments et de I'outillage ; le nombre des oiRciers 



INTRODUCTION. xi 

des mineurs et autres employes, et les appointements et gages pay6s aux differentes 
classes dans le cours de I'annee ; la quantite et la valeur du minerai ou des mineraux 
tir^s ; la quantity traitee aux mines ou aux usines ou chantiers ; la quantite et la valeur 
des produits de minerals ou de mineraux traites. Ces questions se rapportent respec- 
tivement aux mines metallifferes et non-metallif feres et aux usines ou chantiers y attaches. 
On a d6sir6 obtenir les quantites et les valeurs sur les lieux de tous les produits mine- 
raux ; mais dans le cas des minerais et des mineraux dont le traitement est un proced^ 
de fabrication, comme celui du fer en gueuse, des p^troles, des ciments, du platre et du 
sel, les details ont ete recueillis au moyen du bulletin tabulaire relatif aux manufactures, 
et, dans le cas de la brique, de la poterie et autres produits de I'argile, au moyen d'un 
tableau special moins charg^ et plus simple. 

II y a 3 questions dans le Tableau relatif aux personnes temporairement absentes, 
29 dans celui qui a rapport aux fabriques de produits de I'argile, et 30 dans celui qui a 
trait aux beurreries et fromageries. Ajout^es k celles des bulletins ou tableaux ordi- 
naires, ces questions forment un total de 623, ou 407 de plus que le nombre de celles 
contenues dans les tableaux du recensement de 1891. 

Pour faire promptement et avec succfes le recensement du pays et recueillir les 
renseignements voulus sur tant de sujets, il a ete juge k propos d'employer un plus grand 
nombre d'^numerateurs que par le passe, et de r^duire le territoire assigne a chacun. Et 
comme I'objet principal d'un recensement est de determiner le nombre des habitants en 
Tue de rajuster la representation au Parlement, on a pris comme unite territoriale 
d'enumeration la division de votation telle que d^limitee pour les flections generales de 
1900. 

L'enum^ration proprement dite s'est faite avec I'aide de 17 surveillants ou officiers 
principaux pour les provinces et les territoires ; de 351 officiers dirigeants et reviseurs ou 
commissaires et assistants commissaires pour les districts ou sous-districts ; et de 8,800 
^num^rateurs pour les divisions de votation ou arrondissements d'enumeration. Chacun 
de ces ^numerateurs a dii, avant de se mettre k I'oeuvre et aprfes avoir termine ses tra- 
vaux, prSter serment de fidelity et d'exactitude dans I'exercice de ses fonctions.* Dans 
le recensement de 1891, il avait 6t6 employ^ 14 officiers principaux, 241 commissaires 
et 4,324 ^numerateurs. L'ecart entre les nombres respectifs des officiers principaux pour 
les deux recensements repr^sente ceux qui ont ^t^ nommes pour les Territoires non-orga- 
nisms, dont un pour le Keewatin, un pour I'Athabaska et le Mackenzie, et un pour le 
Yukon. Chacun d'eux a eu la direction d'un certain nombre d'enumerateurs aux 
postes de commerce et k tous les autres centres pour le denombrement de la population 
dans ces regions lointaines et peu habitues. 

* Les formules He serment (n° 2 et n° 6) auxquelles chaque enumerMteur a souscrit en cornraen^iujt et 
en finissant son travail, sont les suivantes : — 

N° 3. Je duement nomine en vertu de 1' 'Aote du recensement', ohaj)itre 58, Statu's 

revises du Canada, 1886, pour etre enum&ateur dn recensement, jure solennollement et sineerement que 
ieremplirai, au meilleur de mon habilet^, fidelement et exactement tous mes devoirs comme tel, confornie- 
ment aux dispositions du dit acte, et de toute proclamation, et de tons Arretes du Conseil et instructions 
emises en conformite d'icelui. Ainsi que Dieu me so't en aide. 

N° 6. Je duement nomme en veitu de 1' 'Aote du recensement', chapitre 58, Rtatuts 

revises dn Canada, 1886, pour Stre ^num^rateur du recensement, pour le sous-district dans le 

district n° jure solennellement et sineerement que le retour, revise et corrige, et remis entre les mains 

du comniissaire du dit district, est exact et au meilleur de ma connaissance un etat correct et honnete des 
faits demandes par 1' 'Acte du recensement ' el selon les instructions qui m'ont et^ donnees. Ainsi qua 
Dieu me soit en aide. 

A-cJ 



xii INTRODUCTION. 

Le temps alloue pour le denombrement a domicile etait de 30 jours, k compter du 
31 mars; mais il a fait partie des fonctionsdes commissaires de reviser tous les bulletins 
tabulaires avant de les transmettre au bureau du receiisement, et cela a n^cessairement 
pris beaucoup de temps. Cependant, bien que le nombre des questions fut presque trois 
fois plus grand qu'en 1891, les bulletins ont ete regus assez promptement. D6s avant 
la fin d'avril, dix pour cent de tous les cahiers avaient 6t& regus, 58 pour cent I'avaient 
«5te avant la fin de mai, 83 pour cent avant la fin de juin, 95 pour cent avant la fin de 
juillet et 98 pour cent avant la fin d'aout, — le reste etait, la plupart, pour les Territoires 
non-organises et le nord de la Colombie-Britannique. Mais, pour cette derniere region, 
on a du faire un deuxifeme denombrement, vu que les premiers papiers ont ete perdus 
dans le naufrage du steamer Islander. En 1891, un pour cent des cahiers avait ^te regu 
^ la fin d'avril, 41 pour cent k la fin de mai, 83 pour cent a la fin de juin, 96 pour cent 
a la fin de juillet et 99 pour cent k la fin d'aout. 

Le tableau suivant montre, par provinces et territoires le nombre des districts et 
sous-districts pour les recensements de 1891 et de 1901, ainsi que le nombre des enum4- 

rateurs employes respectivement k ces recensements : 



Provinces et Territoires. 



Alberta 

Assiniboia 

Colorabie-Biitaiinique . . . 

Manitoba 

Nouveau-Brunswick . . . . 

Nnuvelle-Ecosse 

Ontario 

He du Prince-Edouard . . 

Quebec 

Saskatchewan 

Territoires non-organises 

Totau X 



District.s. 



1901. 



7 
13 
17 
89 

5 
G5 

1 

1 



206 



1891. 



1 

2 

5 

5 

15 

19 

88 

3 

Gl 

1 

1 



201 



Sous-distiicts. 



1901, 



3,204 



1891. 



131 I 
188 

.35 

94 
159 
454 
940 

70 
1,019 

G8 

43 



3 

G 

50 

100 

164 

380 

796 

70 

903 

3 



!,475 



Enunierateurs. 



1901. ; 1891 



139 
186 
27G 
574 
380 
505 

3,759 
149 

2,592 

04 

110 



8,800 



24 

43 

85 

109 

307 

■177 

1,887 

106 

1,272 

14 



4,324 



Quand il s'est agi de determiner la remun(5ration des enumerateurs, on a reconnu 
que I'etendue de I'investigation etant beaucoup plus grande qu'en 1891, il y avait lieude 
mettre a des chijffres plus eleves que par le passe Feohelle de retribution que I'article 24 
de Facte du recensement autorise le ministre de I'Agriculture k preparer, et en conse- 
quence, il a ete adopte une echelle qui a paru au ministre suffisamment liberale pour 
permettre a un enumerateur diligent de gagner un maximum de $3 par jour, que la loi 



INTRODUCTION. xiii 

autorise de payer. Le tableau suivant est celui de la retribution des enumerateurs pour 
1901 et 1891 respectivement, dans toutes les provinces anciennes du Dominion : 

1901. 1891. 

Pour chaque personne vivante 5c. .3c. 

Pour chaque deo^s 5o. 3e. 

Pour chaque f erme 25c. 15c. 

Pour chaque etablissement industriel . . 30c, 20o, 

L'augQientation est done, pour cette dchelle, de 58| pour cent. Mais dans les parties 
rurales de ces provinces, aiin de permettre aux enumerateurs de parcourir leur territoire 
et faire leur service plus facilement et en moins de temps, on a alloue $1.50 de plus par 
jour pour I'usage d'un cheval. Une tomb^e de neige extraordinaire et, en certains en- 
droits, I'etat presque impassable des chemins ont serieusement fait obstacle au service, 
mais il n'y a pas de doute qu'il y a eu Economic k payer le supplement pour le cheval. 

Dans les parties de I'Ontario et de la province de Quebec, oii la population est rela. 
tivement rare et les distances sont longues, on a adopte le tarif maximum de$3 par jour 
avec une allocation pour frais de route. On a fixe Ja meme remuneration pour le Mani- 
toba et les territoires du Nord-Ouest, avec depenses reelles dans les regions rurales, 
jusqu'^ un maximum de $5 par jour. Dans la Colombie-Britannique, ou les gages sont 
plus elev^s que dans toute autre partie du pays jouissant d'un gouvernement organist, le 
maximum de la retribution des Enumerateurs a 6t6 fixE k $8.50 par jour. Mais partout 
ou la remuneration a ete de tant par jour, le compte a du etre appuye d'une declaration 
sous serment de la part de I'enumerateur. 

L'accroissement de 275,330 du chiffre de la population du Manitoba, des Territoires 
du Nord-Ouest et de la Colombie-Britannique, et la vaste etendue de nouveau territoire 
parcourue par les enumerateurs, com me on peut le voir par le nombre plus eleve des sous- 
districts, ont contribue a augmenter le cout du recensement dans ces regions. Les deiix 
provinces et les trois territoires pr^sentent une etendue totale de 744,742 mUles carresi 
et leur population est moins de 1 habitant par mille carre, etant 796 par 1,000 milleg 
Carres. La region est en partie traversee par de grandes chatnes de montagnes, et en partie 
formee d'une vaste plaine, et sur la plaine comme dans la montagne, le meilleur chemin 
n'est souvent qu'un sentier ou une route a peine battue. A mesure que le pays se cou- 
vrira de colons, viendront les bons chemins et les ponts pour en traverser les nombreuses 
rivieres et les cours d'eau ; mais, pour le present, la t£iche d'y faire un recensement est 
n^cessairement difficile et dispendieuse. 

Pour la premiere fois au present recensement on a entrepris le denombrement des 
territoires non-organises du Keewatin, de FAthabaska, du Mackenzie et du Yukon. Pour 
ce service, on a employe 110 enumerateurs, avec des porteurs et des canotiers pour les 
aider k traverser le pays, et partout ou ils rencontraient des gens — dans les camps de 
mineurs, dans les pgcheries, aux postes de commerce ou dans les stations de mission 
naires — ils en prenaient note nominativement, de la fagon ordinaire. Mais pour plus de 
commodite on s'est servi pour ces territoires de formules speciales contenant un nombre 
de donnees plus restreint. La tache etait rude et souvent perilleuse pour ceux qui en 
■etaient charges ; mais c'est un grand plaisir que de pouvoir constater que le recensement 
s'est fait sans une seule perte de vie, ni dans ces regions lointaines ni en aucun autre 
endroit de notre vaste Dominion. 

Les extraits suivants des Instructions aux officiers principaux, aux commissaires et 
aux enumerateurs, feront comprendre le plan general du recensement et jetteront dp la 
lumifere sur la partie qui fait la mati^re du present volume. 



xiv INTRODUCTION. 

INSTRUCTIONS AUX OFFIOIERS. 

1. En vertu des dispositions de VActe du recensement (Statuts revises du Canada, 1886, c. 58) le Qua- 
trieine Recensement du Canada doit etre fait oette annee afin de constater aveo toute I'exaotitude possible^ 
dans les differentes divisions territoriales du pays, la population, classee par ^ge, sexe, etat civil des per- 
sonnes, culte, degre d'instruction, nationalite, profession et autres designations, et tout autre renseignement 
desig-ne dans les formules et les instructions qui seront emises et employees tel que le veut I'Acte. 

2. L'Acte ne determine pas le plan du recensement en ce qui conoerue le detail des renseignements, les 
formules k employer, le mode k suivre, ou les dates auxquelles se rapportera le recensement, mais il statue 
qu'ils seront tela que prescrits par proclamation du Gouverneur en conseil. 

3. Le detail des renseignements et les formules k employer pour le Quatrieme Recensement sont tels 
qu'indiques dans les onze tableaux contenus dans la proclamation du Gouverneur en conseil, faite le 8 du 
present mois de Janvier, et publiee le 15 dans un supplement de la Gazette du Canada, et confonnement aux 
instructions et aux formules qui seront emises par le ministre de 1' Agriculture pour son operation. 

La proclamation statue et prescrit aussi : 

" 1. Que la population k enregistrer sera la population en existence le Sle jour de mars A.D. 1901, et 
que tout autre renseignement k rccueillir se rapportera aussi k la meme date, h moms qu'il ne soit autremeut 
determine par Notre Ministre de 1' Agriculture pour le Canada MMgard des renseignements dans les tableaux 
8, 9, 10 et 11. Que le mode 4 suivre pour obtenir I'enumeratiou de la population sera celui connu sous la 
designation de systeme cJe ^Wa. 

"2. Que la division du pays en districts et sous-districts de recensement correspondra respectlvement, 
autant que possible, aux divisions et aux subdivisions electorales existantes, et que, sauf tel que pourra le 
prescrire autrement Notre Ministre de 1' Agriculture, les unites d'^numeration pour les fins do recensement 
seront les subdivisions de votation des diverses divisions electorales pour les recentes Elections parlemeu- 
taires ; mais que dans les territoiresqui ne seront pas delimites ni situes de mani^re que Ton puisse adopter 
les circonscriptions dej^ etablies, des divisions et subdivisions speoiales seront formees pour les fins du 
recc-iisement par autorit^ de Notre Ministre de I'Agriculture. 

"3. Que les sous-districts d'un district de recensement se composeront ordinaixement de cantons, 
paroisses, cites, villes et villages incorpores. 

"4. Que les officiers du recensement, etablis par I'article 8 de VActe du recensement, seront au nombre- 
de quatre pour chacune des provinces d'Ontario et de Quebec, et d'un pour chacune des autres provinces et 
les Territoires duNord-Ouest, dont le devoir sera d'instruire les commissaires du recensement dans la 
methode et le travail du recensement. 

" 5. Qu'il y aura un oommissaire du recensement pour chaque district de recensement, ou deux commis- 
saires si le district est de grande etendue, ou contient une forte p-jpulation bilingue, ou comprend plus 
qu'nne muniuipalite de comte, et un enumerateur pour chaque subdivision de votation ou pour un 
groupe de subdivisions de votation lorsc^ue Notre Ministre de I'Agriculture le determinera, dans certaina 
cas ; et les devoirs de ces officiers et le delai dans lequel ils devront completer leurs retours et rapports, 
seront tels qu'etablis par I'Acte et en conformite des reglements et instructions autorises par I'Aote, ou 
tel que le determinera Notre Ministre de I'Agriculture dans des cas speciaux. 

" 6. Que vu que dans I'enregistrement des maladies ou des causes de decte, la nomenclature Bertillon 
est d^ji en usage dans les provinces d'Ontario et de Quebec et dans la Republique du Mexique, et a ete 
recommand6e pour I'adoption le ler Janvier A.D. 1901, pour une periode de dix ans par les delegues de dix- 
huit pays 4 la Convention Internationale qui s'est reunie 4 Pans, en I'ann^e 1900, pour etudier le sujet (y 
compris le delegue des Etats-Unis), et vu cjue I'uniformite de la statistique est essentielle pour faire des 
etudes comparatives de mortalite, il est judicieux de .suivre la nomenclature Bertillon ou Internationale en 
f aisant le recensement de la Mortalite (tableau 3) ; et que, pour avoir une enumeration aussi complete que 
possible deb maladies ou causes de deces, il est de plus judicieux d'obtenir la cooperation des bureaux pro- 
vinciaux ou autres bureaux locaux de statistique vitale 1^ oi de tels bureaux ont ete organises, en vertu 
d 'arrangements et conditions que sanetionnera Notre Ministre de I'Agriculture. 

"7. Wue selon que le determinera Notre Ministre de I'Agriculture, et sujet aux limitations de terri- 
toires et d'industries, le recensement des Manufactures (tableau 8) et le recensement des Produits de la 
foret (tableau 9) pourront etre confies i un ou plusieurs agents speciaux dans chaque province ; le recense- 
ment des Pecheries (tableau 10) sujet aux limitations dp territoire, k un ou plusieurs agents speciaux ou au 
departement de la Marine et des Pecheries, ou, dans le cas de toute province qui s'est chargee de I'admi- 
nistration des pecheries en vertu de la decision du Conseil priv^, k I'officier provincial charge de telle admi- 
nistration ; et le recensement des Mines et Mineraux (tableau 11) sujet k telles limitations de territoire et des 
categories ou especes de produits mineraux que Notre Ministre de I'Agriculture determineia, aux enume- 
rateurs r^guliers, k des agents speciaux ou k la Commission Geologique, selon qu'il sera juge dans chaque 
cas plus avantageux et k propos. 

4. La date choisie pour enregistrer la population est la meme que la date fixiSe par le parlement imperial 
pour opiirer le recensement de la Grande-Bretagne, etant dimanche le 31e jour de mars. L'heure decisive 
du oomput est fixee k 12 heures ou minuit dans la nuit du 31 mars au ler avril, de sorte que tous ceux n^ 
avant cette heure et tous ceux morts apr^s cette heuie doivent etre comptes dans la population. 

5. En prescrivant que le recensement sera effectue d'apr& le syst^me dejure, la proclamation ne donne 
pas de signification k ceterme; nonplus que " I'Aote du recensement ", niaucun autre statut. Cela doit etra 
determine, en grande partie, par I'usage, et, par consequent, on devra suivre aveo une exactitude assez rai- 
sonnable le mode adopte dans les recensements anterieurs en Canada. Dans le cas d'une grande majority 
des gens, leur foyer ou jjlace habituelle de residence est I'endroit oil ils doivent etre comptfe ; mais des ins- 
tructions speciales sont donnees en rapport au tableau n° 1. 



INTRODUCTION. xv 

6. Les districts de recensement devront correspondre autant que possible aux districts flectoraux pour 
la Chambre des Communes, k Ottawa, el les sous-districts aux cit^s, villes, villages inoorpor&, cantons et 
paroisses qui constituent un district Electoral. Mais pour que le travail du recensement soit bien et rapi- 
dement fait, les subdivisions de votation doivent etre, r^gle g^n^rale, les unites d'enum^ration. Dans le 
cas oii elles sont de pen d'^tenduo et oi les habitants sont peu nombreux, deux subdivisions de votation 
ou plus seront assignees h un 6numerateur. 

7. Ij'Acte du recensement pourvoit i trois classes d'officiers pour le service ext^rieur. La premiere 
classo comprend les officiers en chef representant les provinces et territoires du Canada, qui recevront des 
instructions au bureau du recensement k Ottawa, sur la m^thodeetle travail du recensement, et qui donne- 
ront A leur tour des instructions aux oommissaires. La seconde classe comprend les commissaires qui auront 
la direction du travail dans les divers districts pour lesquels ils ont 6te nonimes. lis devront instruire les 
enumerateurs dans les details de la prise du recensement tel que requis par les tableaux, reviser le travail 
quand il est fait, et transmettre tons papiers au 'lureau du recensement avec lequcl ils ^changeront toute 
la correspondance necessaire. La troisi^me classe comprend les Enumerateurs auxquels sera confie le travail 
reel du recensement, et du jugemeiit, de la discretion et de I'intelligence desquels la perfection et I'exacti- 
tude du recensement depend en trfe grande partie. Le recensement doit etre effectue, et tons les rapports 
faits au bureau d. Ottawa, h une epoque qui sera fixee dans les instructions speciales k chaque commissaire ; 
et k moins qu'il ne soit autrement preserit dans les instructions, chaque enum^rateur devra commencer son 
travail lundi le ler jour d'avril, et il le continuera de jour en jour (excepte les dimanches) jusqu'k ce que le 
recensement de son district soit terming. 

8. En prenant le recensement de la mortalite, les cause de d^c^s seront insorites conformement k la 
nomenclature Bertillon ou Internationale (ou noms des maladies), imprimee sur le dos du Tableau-Exemple 
n°3. L'experience prouve que dans un syst6me organise d'enregistrement journalier ou hebdomadal re il 
est extremement difficile d'obtenir des rapports complets de mortalite couvrant une periode de douze mois 
et, par cons&iuent, il a 6te decide de fournir aux oommissaires des listes obtenues des bureaux d'enregistre- 
ment provinoiaux ou municipaux oil eeux-ci existent, pour I'usage des enumerateurs. Ces listes sont pour 
les premiers neuf mois de Tann^e de recensement commen^ant avec avril et finissant avec decembre 1900. 

9. Pour Venum^ration des personnes vivant dans des asiles, h6pitaux, penitenciers, et institutions 
d'eduoation et autres, aussi bien que les Sauvages sous traits, et pour reoueiUir les statistiques des manu- 
factures, produits forestiers, pecheries et minEraux, on trouvera g^neralement avantageux d'employer des 
fonctionnaires et autres agents au lieu des enumerateurs reguliers. Dans chaque cas de ce genre le cominis- 
B.»ire pour le district sera notifie, et sera requis de retirer les tableaux traitant des sujets particuliers d'entre 
les mains dea Enumerateurs rEguliers et de les notifier en consequence. 

10. Le bureau du recensement k Ottawa fournira aux commissaires de districts de recensement les 
tableaux, instructions et tous autres imprimes neoessaires k la prise du recensement, lesquels devront etre 
distribues aux enumerateurs quand ceux-oi seront rassembles pour recevoir les instructions touchant leur 
travail. 

11. Le nombre de tableaux su£Rsant pour les besoins de chaque enumerateur, proportionne h, I'etendue 
et A la population du territoire i lui assigne, sera mis dans un carton ou portefeuille afin de les garder 
intaota tt propres durant la duree de son travail. II pent frequemment arriver que dans certaines localites 
quelques-uns des tableaux ne soient pas du tout requis, ou cela en quantite tres limitee, et il sera du devoir 
du commissaire vis-a-vis de chaque enumerateur de s'assurer des sortes de tableaux et du nombre de feuilles 
de chacnn dont on aura besoin. Dans les villages et villes, par exemple, on aura besoin d'un plus petit 
nombre des tableaux 4, 5, 6 et 7 que des tableaun 1 et 2, tandis que dans les districts ruraux un nombre 
eouiparativement plus petit d'exemplaires du tableau 8 (Manufactures) sera requis que dans les villages et 
villes. Dans le cas du tableau 3 (Mortalite) une estimation du nombre de feuilles requisea peut etre faite 
sur la base de 20 deces dans I'annee pour chaque 1,000 de la population. 

12. Les commissaires auront soin de diriger les enumerateurs de maniere h, ce qu'ils comprennent entiE- 
rement et clairement chaque detail de leura devoirs, (1) en ce qui regarde I'etendue de territoire ou unite 
d'enumeration que chacun devra parcourir, (2) quant aux entrees i etre faites dans les divers tableaux, et 
(3) quant aux rapports k faire aux commissaires de tous tableaux et papiers lorsque le recensement de la 
partie da territoire assignee h. chacun d'eux sera terinine. 

13. Un des devoirs speoiaux des commissaires est de constater et definir par descriptions ecrites, pour' 
la gouverne de chaque enumErateur, les bornes du territoire assigne k celui-oi, afin que nuUe partie du 
district de recensement ne soit omise ou inscrite par plus d'un enumErateur. 

14. Le travail de la prise du recensement devra commencer A quelque point de depart bien etabli, que 
ce soit dans un canton ou une paroisse, ou dans une cite, ville ou village, et devra Stre poursuivi conti- 



xvi INTRODUCTION. 

ntlnisnt et reguli^rement, que oe soit \me subdivision de votation ou plus, ou un territoire de plus grande 
etendue. 

15. Dana un canton, une parois.sB ou un autre di!?triot rural, oil les habitations sont diss^minees, il est 
judioieux de oommencer sur un chemin ou grande route a la limite du district et de visiter success! vement 
chaque maison occupee jusqii'a ce que I'autre c6te du district soit atteint, alors que le chemin voisin peut 
etre suivi de la meine uianiere, et ainsi de suite jusqu'a ce que tout le territoire assigne a I'enumerateur soit 
oouvert, ayant soin d'achever le reeensement d'une ferme ou d'un lot avaut de pas.ser au suivant. 

16. Si un village non incorirore est inclus dans, le district de renumerateur, il devra en prendre le 
reeensement separement de la jiartie rurale proprement dite, mais sur le meme tableau. Une ligne courte 
tracee en travers de la marge ga\iohe au-dessus du numero de la premiere famille et une autre ligue en- 
dessous du numero de la derniere famille du village telle qu'entree sur le ta,bleau, seront une marque 
sufBsante de separation. Mais si le village porte un nom distinct, il devro etre terit le long de la margo 
gauche du tableau, eutre la ligne du haut et la ligne du bas. Cette separation facilitera la tabulation des 
statistiques agricoles, et pourra avoir de la valeur comme document en faisant I'histoire de I'origine des 
villes futures dans le pays. Le reeensement des villages non incorpures, cependant, sera inclus, comme 
jusqu'ici, dans les statistiques des sections rurales. 

17. Dans les cites, villes et villages incorpores, oii le territoire est habituuUement divise en blocs ou 
Carres bornes de quatre cotes par des rues, I'enumerateur devra commencer k un coin du bloc et le con- 
toumer, entrant dans chaque maison ou bStisse occupee, en ordre regulier, et recueillant tous les renseigne- 
ments exiges dans les tableaux, avant de passer au bloc ou carre suivant, et il devra continuer ainsi jusqu'a 
ce que tout son district de reeensement soit fini. 

18. Si le district de I'enumerateur est partie dans une ville ou un village incorporc et partie dans la 
carapagne, il devra enregistrer les deux parties separement, comme decrit plus haut dans le paragraphe 16, 
et ^tablir la di.-.tinction entre les deux parties si olairement qu'il ne puisse resulter, au bureau du reeense- 
ment k Ottawa, aucune erreur dans le travail de tabulation par la confusion des districts ruraux ou urbains. 

19. Dans tout endroit oi se fait la culture du grain, des fruits et des legumes, et oii Ton garde des ani- 
maux domestiques, et oil sont plantes des arbres d'ornement ou autres, dans les cites, villes et villages, on 
devra en recueillir les statistiques (comprenant la valeur) avec autant de soin que les statistiques des 
reeoltes et des animaux sur les fermes : comme aussi I'^tendue de terrain occupe et le norabre de granges et 
autres bfitiments h, I'usage du chef ou de tout autre membre de chaque famille ou menage. 

20. I;e chef de chaque famille ou manage (ou quiconque doune les renseignements s'y rapportant) devra 
etre questionne sur les details de tous les tableaux, k moins que I'un d'eux ait ete retire des mains de reriu- 
merateur, de sorte qu'il puisse etre recueilli des renseignements complets couvrant toute la porteedu reeen- 
sement pour chaque partie du pay.". 

21. Si les tableaux ont ete retires, il sera encore du devoir de I'enumerateur regulier de s'enquerir et de 
faire rapport de I'institution ou de I'industrie et du nom et de I'adresse de son proprietaire, gerant, a"-ont 
ou ofificier en charge, au commifsaire de son district, qui expediera imm^diatement les details des rensei- 
gnements au bureau du reeensement h Ottawa, pour I'usage de I'agent special qui pourra etre nomme pour 
faire le reeensement de telle institution ou Industrie. 

22. Tout commissaire, enumerateur ou autre employe h, I'execution de VActe du reeensement doit faire et 
souscrire le serment I'engageant h I'aceomplissement Mile et exact de ses devoirs en vertu des dispositions 
de I'Acte, et sous tous rapports tel que prescrit par les formulps et instructions emises par le ministre de 
I'Agrioulture ; et toute telle personne qui manque volontairement en quelque chose aux devoirs que lui 
impose I'Acte ou les instructions, ou qui fait volontairement une fausse enonciation da.ns I'execution de oes 
devoirs est coupable de delit. 

23. Tout ofHoier ou autre personne employee en quelque qualite au travail du reeensement doit garder 
secrets les reaseignements recueillis par les euumerateurs et inscrits dans les tableaux ou formules. II n'e -t 
pas permis h un enum&ateur de montrer ses tableaux a aucune autre personne, ni d'en faire ou d'en garder 
une copie, ni de r^poudre h aucune question concernant leur contenu, directenient ou indirectement • et la 
meme obligation de secret est imposee aux commissaires et autres ofBciers ou employes du sc-rvice'e t' 
rieur, aussi bien qu'i tout ofBcier, commis ou autre employe du bureau du reeensement a Otta\\a 

24. Nul r&ultat de I'lSnumeration, ne sera communique au public avant la publication des buUetii 
imprimes ou rapports, sauf par I'ofBeier en chef du reeensement, agissant sous I'autorite et d'apres les ordi'^s 
du ministre de I'Agrioulture. ' ^ 

25. II n'est pas permis h un commissaire, enum&ateur ou autre employe du reeensement d'en? 
remplasant ou d'affermer son travail k un autre. La position k laquelle il est nomme doit etre rem V "" 



INTRODUCTION. xvii 

lui-mSme, et ses devoirs doivent dtre aocomplis par lui-mSrae. Un service prompt et diligent est exig6 du 
jour oil le travail oommence jusqu'A ce qu'il soit acheve. 

26. II est du devoir d'un ^num^rateur en entrant dans une maison d'agir aveo politesse, de mentionner 
son but en quelques mots, de poser les questions neoessaires, de faire les entries requises, et de se retirer 
aussit6t que son devoir est rempli. Sa oonduite doit etre judicieuse, et ce n'est que lorsque les personnes 
refusent de r^pondre aux questions ou de donner les renseignements requis que des procedures legales peii- 
vent etre prises contre elles. 

27. A moins qu'il n'en soit prescrit autrement dans lea instruotion| d^taillees, I'aun^e du recensement 
sera I'annee commen9ant le ler avril 1900 et finipsant le 31 mars 1901 pour toutes questions et sujets dans 
les tableaux 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 et 7, et I'anu^e oommen9ant le ler Janvier et finiasant le 31 deoembre 1900, pour 
toutes que:stionp et sujets dans les tableaux 8, 9, 10 et 11. 

28. A moins qu'il ne soit autrement presorit pour des localites particuli^res, les enumerateura devront 
commencer i faire le recensement de leurs districts respeotifs lundi, le premier jour d'avril, et le poursuivre 
oontinflment de jour en jour, except^ les dimanches, jusqu'k ce qu'il soit acheve. 

29. La journee de travail des oflBciers du recensement, commissaires, enumerateurs et autres employes 
pour I'operation du recensement sera de huit heures de service eflectif prouve, et tout travail supplemen- 
taire sera compte corame partie d'une journee au memo taux d'appointements que prescrit pour une journee 
de travail. Dix heures de service effectif prouv^ compteront pour un jour et un quart, et douze heurea 
pour un jour et demi. 

30. Pour les autres devoirs des officiera de recensement des di verses classes, tel que prescrit particu- 
li^rement dans lea clauses 11 et 12 de I'Acte, et auasi pour I'autorite en vertu de laquelle ils pourront 
proceder Ma recherche de tout detail de renseignements prescrit <lan3 lea tableau.';, on s'en rapportera Ji 
I'Acte du recensement publie aveo les presentes instructions tel que prescrit dans les clauses 16, 17, 18, 19 
et autres de I'Acte. 

INSTRUCTIONS OONOEENANT TOUS LEB TABLEAUX. 

31. Le commissaire remplira les blancs dans I'en-tete de ohaque tableau en y insorivant aveo le nom de 
la province ou du territoire, le nom du district electoral, le numero de la subdivision de votation ou autre 
unite d'^numeration, et le nom de la cite, ville, village, canton' ou paroisse o4 est situe la subdivision de 
votation ou unite d'enumeration, comme I'exigent les blancs dans I'en-tSte de chaque tableau ; et il four- 
nira i. chaque enumerateur une copie eerite ou imprim^e des homes du territoire qui lui eat assigne, que 
ce soit une subdivision de votation ou un territoire de plus grande ou de moindre etendue. 

32. L'enumerateur etudiera avec grand soin la description terite des bornes du territoire qui lui est 
assigne (tel que prescrit par les Instructions n°^ 13 et 31), de maniere ^ ce qu'il en ait une connaiasance 
parfaite, II devra se familiariser non seulement avec les bornes precises de son territoire, mais aussi avec 
toute partie de celui-ci, soit rurale ou urbaine, aiin que les terres agraires puiasent etre distinctement 
separees des villes, villages et haraeaux ou parties de tels centres de population. II prendra soin d'eolairoir 
tout doute qui pourrait exister concernant les bornes entre son propre territoire et les territoires d'enume- 
ration voisina, afin de s'assurer que pas uiie seule mai>on ou parcelle de terrain ne soit omise dans I'^num^- 
ration et que pas une non plus ne soit inoluse qui appariient au territoire d'un autre enumerateur. 

33. Dans quelques regions peu populeusea, pluaieura cantona ou paroisses peavent etre groupeea pour 
former une subdivision de votation ou unit^ d'enumeration assignee h, un enumerateur, et 14 oi ceoi a lieu 
le nom de chaque canton ou paroisse devra etre inscrit dans la ligne en blano. Maia dans chacun de ces cas 
le nom de chaque canton ou paroisse devra aussi etreecrit par l'enumerateur dans la marge gauche de la 
feuille, tel que prescrit dans le n° 16 de ces Instruetions-ci, de sorte que le recensement de chacun puisse 
etre separe et distinct. 

34. Ilk oil deux cantons ou ixaroissea, ou plus, sont unis pour conatituer ime municipalite on suivra lea 
memes instructions, afin de permettre d'y r^f^rer plus tard et pour comparaison quand chacun de oea can- 
tons ou paroisses sera constitue en une municipalite distinote. 

35. Le numeio de chaque page sera inscrit cons^cutivement sur les feuilles dans les blancs laisses i 
eette fin dans les ent^tes, et quand une page sera remplie, l'enumerateur signera son nom dans le blauo 
laisse k cet effet dans I'en-tete. II devra aussi inscrire aprfe le mot "Enumerateur" le jour ou les jours 
ail la feuille a ete remplie, ainsi : 2 avril, ou 3-5 avril, ou quelque soit le cas. 

36. L'enumerateur devra faire toutes les entrees dans lea tableaux avec de I'encre de bonne qualite, I't 
chaque nom, mot, chiffre ou marque devra etre olair et lisible. Si un tableau ne pent pas etre lu, ou .'-i 
les entrees sont faites avec de I'encre de qualite inferieure, ou au crayon, ou si elles sont indistinotes ou 



xviii INTRODUCTION. 

taehees, le travail de I'^num&ateur peut ^tre compl^tement perdu. Le recenseraent est destin^ k former 
un reoueil documentaire permanent, et ses tableaux seront conserves dans les archives du Canada. 

37. Ohaque feuille des tableaux ou autres formules sp^oiales, remplie ou non, gStee ou non, devra etre 
reavoy^e par I'^iiumerateur au oomniissaire, ot par le oommissaire au bureau du recenaement h. Ottawa. 

38. Les commissaires de reoensement et les ^numerateurs devront lire toutes les instructions k la 
lutni^re des Tableaux ModMesl, 2 et 3, qui sont donnas pour illustrer clairement lesens dans lequel chaque 
tableau de la serie devra Stre rempli. S'il existe quelque doute dans I'esprit de I'enum^rateur sur quelque 
point, soit avant ou apr^s le commencement du travail du recensement, il devra de suite en faire part au 
commissaire de son district de reoensement ; et s'il y avait quelque incertitude dans I'esprit du oommis- 
saire il devra s'adresser k I'ofEoier du recensement qui lui a donne ses instructions, ou k I'officier en chef du 
reoensement k Ottawa. 

INSTRUCTIONS FOUR LE TAELKAH N° 1. 

40. Le tableau n" 1 est dresse dans le but d'enumerer la population du pays par noms. Le nom de 
chaque personne dont le domicile habituel ou lieu d'habitation est dans le district d'un enumerateur, dans 
une partie quelconque du Canada, doit etre inscrit sur le tableau, sans egard 4 r%e, le sexe ou I'etat civil — 
le chef de la famille ou du menage etant inscrit le premier, et les autres membres en ordre regulier. 

41. Dans les oolonnes 1 et 2, la demeure et la famille ou menage seront numerot^es dans I'ordre des 
visites, et vu que dans la m^me maiaon il peut y avoir une ou plusieurs families ou menages, le nume- 
rotage sous les deux en-tetes du tableau ne correspondra neoessairement pas. Telle que definie dans I'Acte 
du recensement, I'expression " maison " comprend navires, b&timents, vaisseaux, logements ou lieux habites 
de toute esptee. Toute construction qui abrite un etre humain est une maison, et si elle n'a qu'une entree 
elle compte seulement comme une habitation, n'importe le nombre de families qu'elle abrite ; mais si elle a 
deux portes de devant ou portes principales conduisant dans dea appartements separes, la construction sera 
comptee comme deux maisons. 

42. Pour les fins du recensement la population est groupie sous les en-tetes de ' ' families '', " menages " 
et "institutions ". Dans le sens restreint de I'expression, une famille se compose de parents et de fils et 
fiUes vivant ensemble en oommunaute ; mais dans un sens plus large elle peut oomprendre les parents et 
serviteurs. Un manage jieut oomprendre toutes personnes vivant en oommun, qu'elles soient ou non unies 
par les liens du sang, mais dont un de leur nombre occupa ordinairement la position de chef. Mais les 
celibataires vivant seuls, qui ont une habitation sp&iale et tiennent leur propre menage, doivent aussi etre 
consid^rfe comme manages. D'autres qui vivent seuls, tels que ceux qui louent des ohambres et ne font 
que coucher dans la maison, seront compris dans la liste dea manages chez qui ils logent, bien qu'ils 
prennent leurs repas ailleurs. Un menage d'institution comprend lea ^tablissements tels que hdpitaux 
asiles, maisons des pauvres, prisons, p^nitenciers, colleges, casernes, etc., dont les internes, s'ils n'ont pas 
de domicile ou famille en dehors de I'institution, doivent etre inscrits sous le nom de I'institution. Les 
domestiques, cuisiniers, etc., d'une institution ne doivent pas 8tre compt& au nombre des hdtes ou internes 
mais avec le personnel du chef de I'institution, ou avec leur propre menage ou autre menage dont ils 
torment partie. 

43. Les chefs de famille, manages et institutions sont requis de fournir k I'enum&ateur tons les details 
relatifs k chaque personne dans la famille, manage ou institution, tel que stipule dans les tableaux. 

44. En inscrivaut les noms de toutes les personnes dans une famille ou menage dans la oolonne 3 il n'y 
aura pas de doOte quant k une grande majority de la population. Leurs foyers sont fixes et connus ' Maia 
dans ohaque cas oi des membres d'une famille ou d'un ms^nage sont temporairement absents de leur foyer 
ou lieu ordinaire d'habitation, leurs noms et condition seront inscrits de mani^re k se-contormer aussi pr& 
que possible a I'id^e generale d'un syst^me d'inumeration de jure. Le nom de bapteme et le surnom de 
chaque personne doivent Stre inscrits en toutes lettres dans cette colonne, mais si la personne a d 
prenoms il sufRra d'^crire I'initiale du second. ^'^'^ 

47. Les races d'hommes seront d&ignees par I'emploi des lettres " b " pour blanche '-r" 

.' n" pour noire, et "j " pour jaune. Les blanca sont naturellement la race caucasienne, le.s rouJe??!; 
Sauvages d Amerique, lea noirs sont les Africains ou nferes, et lea jaunes sont les Mongols (T ' 

Chinois). Mais il n'y a que les blanos purs qui seront classfe comme blanos ; les enfants n& d ^^"""^'^ ^' 
entre des blanos et quelqu'autre des races pourront etre olassfe comme rouges noirs on in„r,« ^^ "^"''^''^ 
quel que soit le degii de couleur. ^''™®^' ^®^°" 'e cas, 

48. Dans la oolonne 6 le chef de chaque famille ou menage sera inscrit comme tel »f +^ i 
selon le degr^ de parent^, tel que epouse, fils, fille, servante, pensionnaire, locatai^e ^00!^ 'n 
une institution, les personnes peuvent etre d&rites comme officier interne, patient p'riso 'u 



INTRODUCTION. xix 

49. Dana la colonne 7 la description sera donn^e au moyen de la lettre initiate "o"' pour o^libataire, 
"m " pour marie, " v " pout veuf ou veuve, et " d " pour divorce. Les personncs s^parfea de corps seront 
inscrites oomme marines. 

51. En d&ignant le pays - ou lieu de naissance il suffira, dans le cas de toutes personnes nees hors du 
Canada, de donner le nom du pays, tel que Angleterre, France, AUemagne ou les Etats-Unis, sans donner 
les noms de subdivisions plus petites. Si la personne est nee au Canada, le nom de la province ou territoire 
devra. etre donn^ car cela servira Si ;ndiquer la tendance vers la migration. II importe aussi, dans tous les 
cas, de savoir si la personne est nee k la campagne ou en ville, ce qui sera indique eu ajoutant la lettre "r" 
pour rural, ou la lettre "u" pour urbain, selon le cas. Ainsi, une personne n^e dans une ville dans la 
NouveUe-Eoosse sera decrite dans la colonne 11 oomme "N.-E. u ", ou si elle est n^e sur une ferme dans 
Quebec, comme " Q. r " 

52. Si la personne est n^e 4 1'^tranger, I'annee d'immigration au Canada sera inscrite dans la colonne 
12 ; et si elle est n6e dans quelque pays autre que le Royaume-tJni ou aucune de ses colonies ou depen- 
dancea, I'annee dans laquelle la personne a M naturalis^e et a acquis les droits de citoyennete devra etre 
inscrite dans la colonne 13. Si la personne a demande des papiers de naturalisation, mais n'a pas encore 
atteint le plein droit de citoyennete, le fait devra ^tre indique eu ecrivant dans la colonne les lettres " pa". 

53. Parmi les blancs, I'origine selon la race ou la tribu est tiree du p4re, tel que Anglais, Ecossais, 
Irlandais, Gallois, Franjais, AUemand, Italien, Scandinave, etc. II faut avoir soin, toutefois, de ne pas 
appliquer les termes " Am^ricain " ou " Canadien " dans le sens de race, vu qu'U n'y a pas de races 
d'homraes ainsi appelees. "Japonais", "Chinois" et "N^re" sont des termes propres de race; mais 
dans le cas des Sauvages les noms de leurs tribus devront etre donnes tel que " Chippewa ", " Cri ", etc. 
Les personnes de sang m§le blanc et rouge— communement appeles " metis " seront decrites par Faddition 
des lettres initiales "m. f." pour metis £ran9ais, "m. a." pour metis anglais, "m. e." pour metis ecossais, 
et " m. i." pour m^tis irlandais. Par exemple : Cri m. f. indique que la personne est de race mixte crie et 
fran9aise ; et Ctiippewa m. e. indique que la personne est Chippewa et Ecossaise. D'autres melanges de 
Sauvages, k part ceux ci-dessus citfe, sont rares, et pen vent etre d&rits par les lettres "a. r." Si 
plusieurs races sont combinees avec la rouge, tels que les Anglais, Ecossais, Irlandais et Frangais, ou toute 
autre race, elles devront aussi Stre dfcrites par les initiales "a. r." Une personne dont le p4re est Anglais, 
miis dont la m4re est Ecossaise, Irlandaise, Fran9aise ou de toute autre race, sera classee comme Anglaise, 
et ainsi pour les autres dans la race blanche — la ligne descendante ^tant tiree du p6re. 

51. Nationalite est un terme plus ou moins de convention, mais vu qu'U s'applique par droit d^usage 
au.x citoyens du Canada — I'expression nouvelle nationalite a ete introduite en ce sens dans le discours du 
Gouverneur general h, I'ouverture du premier parlement du Canada — il convient d'employer le mot Cana- 
dien dans la colonne 15 pour decrire toute personne dont le foyer est dans le pays et qui y a acquis des 
droits de citoyennete. Une personne qui est nee aux Etats-Unis, ou en France, ou en Allemagne ou dans 
un autre pays etranger, mais dont le foyer est en Canada et qui est un citoyen naturalise devra etre inscrit 
comme Canadien ; de meme pour une personne n^e dans le Royaume-Uni ou aucune de ses colonies, dont 
la residence au Canada n'est pas simplement temporaire. Un aubain sera classifie par nationality selon le 
pays de sa naissance, et le pays auquel il pretend devoir allegeance. 

55. La religion de chaque personne sera inscrite selon ce qu'elle professe, specifiant I'eglise ou secte k 
laquelle la personne appartient. Si les fils ou filles appartiennent 4 une eglise ou secte autre que celle de 
leurs parents, ou de I'un d'eux, I'inscription convenable devra etre faite, mais aauf dans ces cas ils devront 
gtre classifies avec leurs parents. La classification des gens selon leur croyance religieuse ne doit omettre 
ni n^gliger aucune eglise ou secte ou forme de croyance, sauf dans le cas d'une eglise ou secte qui aurait 
perdu son identity en s'unissant k une autre eglise ou secte, ou de quelque autre mani^re. H n'y a pas 
d'Eglise de I'Etat en Canada, et si une personne n'est pas membre ou n'adh^re pas ou ne soutient pas une 
eglise ou une secte en partioulier, elle ne doit Stre classee dans aucune. 

56. Dans les colonnes 17 i, 21 inolusivement, I'^numerateur inscrira la profession, occupation, metier ou 
moyen de subsistance du chef et des autres membres de la famiUe et indiquera les positions qu'ils occupent 
tels que rentiers, patrons, employ^, ou travaillant k leur propre compte. 

57. La premiere ou principale occupation est la seule qui devra Stre inscrite ; c'est-A-dire, celle dont 
depend prinoipalement la condition de vie et dont sont principalement d&iv^s les gages, Emoluments ou 
revenus. 

58. Les expressions teUes que " manufacturler ", "marohand", et "ouvrier" sont insuffisantes ; la 
classe particuliere d'industrie, ou metier, ou profession ou autre occupation k laquelle la personne Enumer^e 
est employee devrait etre donnee. Les ouvriers et les journaliers devraient toujours specifier le genre de 
travail ou d'affaires auxquels ile s'adonnent habituellement comme ouvrier de ferme. Si la personne est ua 



XX INTllODUCTION. 

oiurior dans ua moulin, manufacture ou uslne, specifiez le genre de travaux apr^s le terme ouvrier, ainsi : 
" ouvrier (travaux de briques)." Si o'est un ouvrier expert, specifiez, en outre du nom general de I'industrie 
a laquelle il est employe, la branche particulii^re h laquelle il travaille eties materiaux qu'il emploie, comme 
" fondeur de cuivre ", " fileur de coton." Si la personne s'egt retiree deson eraploi renumerateur ou occupa- 
tion, on riudiquera en ajoutant la lettre *' r " a la description. 

59. Pour lea personnes qui n'ont pas d'emploi remunerateur et vivent de leurs propres repsourees, comme 
de revenus, rentes, annuites, pensions, etc. ; pour les personnes qui sont patrons, comme les proprietaires 
de nioulins, grands agriculteurs, etc., dont le travail est fait par d'autres auxquels des salaires ou gages 
sont payes ; pour les patrons qui travaillent h salaire ou gages ; et pour les personnes occup^s a un travail 
remunerateur, faisant leur propre ouvrage, les entrees oonvenables seront faites dans les colonnes 18, 19, 20 et 
21 respectiyement. Une reponse affirmative sera indiquee par le trait vertical ( | ) ct une reponse negative 
par le tiret ( — ) dans la colonne eonvenable. 

60. Si des femmes mariees, d'autres femmes dependantes ou dea enfants poursuivent une occupation 
remuneratrice ou salariee en quelque qualite que ce soit, le genre d'oooupation sera donne, et ils seront 
classifies comme patrons ou employes, selon le cas ; mais s'ils ne s'occupent qu'aux travaux domestiques 
dans un menage, sans salaire, ils ne doivent pas etre classifies comme ayant une occupation. Une personne 
travaillant 4 la piece h son domicile sera inscrite conform^ment ^ son occupation, qu'elle soit employee en 
vertu d'un contrat ou entente avec un manufacturier ou autre patron, ou comme aide h la personne ainsi 
employee. 

61. Le rang dans I'emploi principal ou occupation doit etre clairement indique, de sorte qu'on puisse; 
reconnaltre exactement si la personne enumeree est (1) un gerant d'affaires independant ; ou (2) appartient 
an bureau de direction comme gerant, eonr.mis de confiance, teneur de livres, commis aux travaux, raissier, 
tresorier, contremaltre ou autre oflSoier dirigeant; ou (3) est en qualite d'ouvrier (comme compagnon, assis- 
tant, apprenti, manoeuvre, ouvrier, gar9on de table.ou de oomptoir, commis aux ventes, journalier, terras- 
sier, cocher, charretier, valet d'ecurie, homme de service, cuisinier, bonne, domestique, servante ouvrier 
de ferme, fils de cultivateur, etc.), la position ou grade de la personne enumei^e ^tant toujours donnee en 
rapport a I'emploi, occupation ou profession. 

62. Les entree.s sous I'pn-tete d'employes h gages seront faites dans les colonnes 22 h 27 inclusivement 
pour chaque personne nommee dans la colonne 3 qui est employee 4 quelque occupation iudustrielle ou 
autrn et a laq\ielle est paye un salaire, des gages, ou autres emoluments en especes pour ses services, qu'elle 
travaille i la piice, A, I'heure, i. la journee, A la semaine ou au mois, k, son domicile, dans une usine ou ail- 
leurs. 

63. Les colonnes 22, 23 et 24 ont particuli^rement rapport aux employes des fabriques, et on se servira 
des lettres additionnelles "f " et "m" pour designer si le lieu de I'emploi est la fabrique ou la maison, ou 
tous deux. Le trait vertical "( | ) f " denote que la personne travaille de son metier i la fabrique ;" ( I ) 
m " signifiera qu'elle travaille A la maison ; et " ( | ) f m " signifiera que pendant I'annee du recensement 
elle a travaille partie du temps h la fabrique et partie chez elle. Les entrees dans les colonnes 23 et 24 mon- 
treront quelle partie de I'annee, exprimee en mois, elle a ete employee i son metier, \ la fabrique et k la 
maison respectivement. 

64 Dans la colonne 25 on entrera lenombre de mois pendant lesquels la personne a ete employee autre- 
ment qu'^ son metier propre dans la fabrique ou a la maison ; ou, si ce n'est pas un artisan, a quelle que 
spit son occupation, si elle est remuneratrice. Pour les fins du recensement les termes salaire et gages ont 
une signification commune, etant le montant ou somme d'argent qu'une personne employee par un autre 
re9oit pour ses services, que le travail fait soit professionnel, litteraire ou manuel. 

65. Les colonnes 28 k 33 se rapportent k I'i^ducation et 4 la langue de chaque personne nommee dans le 
tableau, de I'Sge de cinq ans ou plus. La colotme 28 se rapporte necessijirement anx personnes d'Sge d'aller 
a I'ecole etant celles de plus de cinq ans et de raoins de 21 ans. Si la personne a frequente I'ecole durant 
I'annee de recensement le temps sera indique par le nombre de mois, et si il ou elle n'a pas fri5quente I'ecole 
pendant I'annee ceci sera indique par un trait horizontal (— ). 

66. Onrepondra aux colonnes 29, 30, 31 et 32 parlechiffre 1 pour " Oui" et par le tiret (-) pour "Non " 
selon le las ; et on ne devra pas tenir compte du degr6 d'avanoement en ce qui ooncerno auoune des ques 
tions. L'anglais et le fran9ais ont ete institufe langues otficielles par I'article 133 de I'Acte de l'Am(5rique 
Britanmque du Nord, 1867, et, par consequent, on a pourvu speolalement dans le tableau k I'insoription de 
toutes personnes agees de 5 ans ou plus qui parlent I'une ou I'autre de ces langues, ou les deux et dans 
ohacun de cea cas la reponse " Oui " devra etre entree dans les deux cokmnes. 

67. La langue maternelledechacun est la langue natale, la langue de sa race ; mais pas necessaire- 
ment, la langue dans laquelle il pense, ou qu'il parle le plus couramment, ou dont il se sert surtout dans la 



INTRODUCTION. xxi 

conversation. Quelle qu'elle puisse etre, anglaise, franjaise, ga^lique, irlandaise, allemande, suedoise, 
russe ou touts autre, elle devra etre entree par son nom dans la colonne 33 si la personne parle la langue, 
mais pas autrement. 

68. Les infirmites sont inscrites sous les en-tetes des trois classes (a) Sourds-muets, (b) Aveugles, et (o) 
Alienes. II n'est pas neoessaire que le degr^ d'infirmite soit absolu ou total, mais il doit etre suffisaminent 
prononc^ dans chaoune de cee classes pour avoir atteint I'etat d'inoapaoite. Si Tinfirmite est congenitale 
(o'est-A-dire si elle est de naissance), ou si elle date de I'enfance, les mots " depuis I'enfanoe " devront etre 
ajoutes, ainsi : Aveugle, depuis I'enfance. L'infirmite, lorsqu'elle existe chez ime personne, sera inscrite 
par son nom dans la colonne 34 ; s'il n'en existe pas, I'entrte dans la colonne sera le trait (— ) ou le aigne 
habituel pour une negation. 

09. Le sens littoral de I'expression demure est "de droit", "legitimemeut", ou " legalement " ; mais 
le terme n'a pas, k proprement parler, de signification en loi. Ni les statuts ni les decisions des tribunaux 
ne donnent de definition exacte ou fixe de ce terme. Ainsi done, Idrsqu'il a ete ordonne que I'enumeration 
de la population serait faite d'apres le syat^me dejurc, il y i lieu k des malentendus et erreurs, en depit 
des instructions sur le sens usuel du terme. 

70. II y a une probabilite que quelques personnes soient comptees a deux endroits, et que d'autres ne 
soient pas comptees du tout. tJne servante, par exeniple, peut 6tre inscrite k la demeure de ses parents 
cnmme membre de la famille de jure, et elle peut aussi etre inscrite comme de jure du menage oh elle est 
employee. Ou si elle est absente de chez elle pour une periode comparativement longue et qu'elle ne soit 
dans sa presente place de service que pour peu de temps, elle peut etre omise compl^tement de I'enumera- 
tion. La meme chose peut arriver dans le cas de oommis, commis aux ventes, artisans, joumaliers' 
employes de chemin de fer, etc. 

71. II n'est pas possible de poser une r^gle applicable k chaque cas, mais, generalement, Ik oi il y a 
doute, un renvoi aux noms des personnes qui sont temporairement absentes, citant le numero de la page et 
la ligne dans le tableau n** 1, devra etre inscrit dans la formule speciale A en meme temps que I'enumera- 
tion est faite selon le tableau n*> 1, et avec I'aide du renseignement ainsi obtenu une grahde proportion des ' 
erreurs possibles peut etre eliminee au Bureau du recensement. 

72. L'enuraerateur incrira dans la formule speciale A, le renvoi par num&o de la page et de la ligne 
dans le tableau n° 1, au nom de chaque membre de la famille ou menage qui est donne comjme absent du 
foyer ou domicile, et dont I'absence est consideree comme temporaire par le chef de la famille ou menage 
(ou quiconque donne le renseignement). 

73. Un etudiant au college, un matelot ou pecheur en mer, un exploitant de bois dans la foret, un 
marchand ou commergant en pays etranger, un commis voyageur sur la route, les internes dans les h6pi- 
taux, les etablissements penitentiaires, etc., et autres personnes dont la periode d'ahsence est plus ou moins 
definie et connue, devront §tre inscrits comme tels. 

74. Mais dans le cas de personnes qui out quitte le foyer ou domicile auquel elles appartenaient pour 
suivre quelque negoce ou occupation, ou pour commencer la vie a leur propre compte, dans ime partie quel- 
conque du Canada ou dans un autre pays, aucune entree ne devra etre faite par I'^numerateur soit dans le 
tableau n° 1, ou dans la formule speciale, a moins que la date de son retour ne soit bien connue. 

75. Si le chef de la famille ou du menage (ou quiconque donne le renseignement) a qu",lque doute au 
sujet de I'intention de ces personnes de s'en revenir, et si elles sont absentes douze mois, elles ne doivent 
pas 6tre prises dans le recensement par I'enumerateur, la presomption etant qu'elles se sont etablies ail- 
leurs. 

76. Les personnes dans une famille ou menage dont le foyer ou domicile est ailleurs ne doivent pas etre 
inscrites par I'enumerateur, excepte dans les cas ah elles declarent'leur intention de ne plus retourner dans 
leur foyer ; elles devront alors Stre inscrites dans le tableau n° 1, quelle que soit la duree de leur residence 
dans la localite. 

77. Dans le cas de chaque entree dans la Formule Speciale A, inscrivoz dans les colonnes 1 et 2 le 
numero de la page et de la ligne du tableau n° 1 oh se trouve le nom d'une personne dont I'absence tempo- 
raire a ete constat^e ; le nombre de mois d'absence dans la colonne 3 ; dans la colonne 4, si la personne 
a I'intention de revenir ; dans la colonne 5, decrivez la " localite oil la personne se trouve " Donnez (si au 
Canada) le nom de la province ou du territoire et de la oit^ do la ville ou du village, aveo la rue et le 
numero de la maison, ou du canton, de la paroisse ou autre municipalite, avec concession et lot ou numero 
de cadastre ; et aussi I'adresse du bureau de poste. Si c'est hors du Canada, donnez le nom du pays seulo- 
ment, ou de I'Btat si c'est aux Etats-Unis. 

78. Enquerez-vous du chef de chaque famille ou menage (ou quiconque donne les renseignements) si 
quelque personne dela famille ou du menage est temporairement absente, de mani^re que les inscriptions 
convenables concemant telle personne puissent etre faites dans la Formule Speciale A. 



xxii INTRODUCTION. 

79. Le nuraero 43 de ces Instructions impose aux chefs de families, menages et institutions I'obligation 
de donner k I'enumerateur tons les details concernant chaque personne dans la famille, menage ou institu. 
tioii, tel qu'exig^ par le tableau. II pent arriver cependant, dans le cas de pensionnaires, looataires et 
autres, que le chef de la famille, manage ou institution, h, cause de leur absence temporaire, suit dans 
I'impossibilite de donner les details de renseignements concernant ces personnes, lors de la visite de I'enu- 
merateur ; et pour pourvoir k de tels cas, la formule sp6oiale B a ete preparee. C'est une formule indivi- 
dnelle, semblable dans chaque detail au tableau n° 1, et une copie en sera laissee par I'enumerateur au chef 
de la famiUe, menage ou institution, pour chaque telle personne, et devra 6tre remplie k la date et I'heure 
indiquee par I'enumerateur, et etre recueillie par lui et inscrite k sa place convenable dans le tableau n° 1. 

80. Le paragraphe 17 de I'Acte du recensement statue que quiconque refuse volontairement ou sans 
excuse legitime, de remplir, au meilleur de sa connaissance et eroyance, tout tableau qu'il a ete requis de 
remplir par un enum^rateur ou autre personne employee pour I'execution de I'Acte, '* ou refuse ou neglige 
de le signer et remettre ou rendre quand et comme il est requis, ou sciemment fait, signe, reraet ou rend, 
ou fait taire, signer, remettre ou rendre une reponse ou enonciation fausse relativemcnt 4 quelque rensei- 
gnement que ce soit, demand^ dans le dit tableau, est passible d'une amende d'une piastre 4 quarante 
piastres." 

Oe volume du recensement traite enti^rement de la population, et les tableaux qu'il 
contient .sont group^s sous les cinq classes suivantes — 

1. Tableau comparatif de la population. 

2. Superficies, demeures, families, population, sexe et ^tat civil. 

3. Population par religions. 

4. Origines et nationalites. 

5. Lieux de naissance et immigration. 

I. Population de 1871, 1881, 1891 et 1901, comparee par . districts electoraux 
tels que constitues en 1901, pages 2 k 5. 
II. Demeures, families et population en 1891 et 1901, comparees par districts de 
recensement tels que constitues en 1901, pages 6^9. 

III. Sexe et ^tat civil en 1891 et 1901, compares par districts de recensement tels 

que constitues en 1901, pages 10 k 17. 

IV. Population rurale et urbaine en 1891 et 1901, comparee par districts de recen- 

sement tels que constitues en 1901, pages 18 k 21. 
V. Population des cit^s est des villes ayant plusde 5,000 habitants en 1901, com- 
paree aveo 1871-81-91, page 22. 

Avec I'etat comparatif de la population, le tableau I donne le chilFre de la repre- 
sentation pour chaque district Electoral du present parlement, ainsi qu'un etat o-eneral 
de la representation durant la p^riode de 1871 k 1901. La oolonne ayant trait aux 
divorces dans le tableau III ne contient pas de comparaison, vu que le recensement de 
cette classe a ete pris pour la premifere fois en 1901. La population urbaine dans le 
tableau IV comprend toutes les personnes dont le lieu de residence se trouve dans les 
viUages incorpores, les villes et les cites. Le tableau V contient la population totale des 
villes incorporees et des cites ayant plus de 5,000 habitants, sans tenir compte du fait 
que leur population, dans certains cas, est tiree de'deux districts electoraux ou plus. 

Le second groupe comprend les tableaux suivants 

VI. Superficie des lacs du Canada par provinces et territoires, pages 20 4 25. 
VII. Superficies, demeures, families, population, 'sexe et etat civil, en 1901, par 
districts et sous-districts, pages 28 a 142. 

Les superficies dans les deux tableaux ont ete preparees pour le bureau du recense- 
ment par M. James White, geographe du ministfere de I'lnterieur, d'apr^s les cartes 



INTRODUCTION. xxiii 

officielles les plus rtentes et les donnees les plus completes en possession du bureau des 
gdographes. Mais dans la Nouvelle-Ecosse et les parties non-organis6es d'Ontario et de 
Quebec, ou les sous-districts correspondent aux arrondissements de votation pour les fins 
electorales, les donnees necessaires n'ont pu Stre obtenues pour ^tablir les superficies par 
■sous-districts. 

Le tableau VII donne seulement les superficies des terres, et pour obtenir le total de 
la superficie des provinces et du Dominion il faut y ajouter la superficie des lacs telle 
que contenlie dans le tableau VI. Toutes les eaux sujettes k la mar^e, telles que la Bale 
d'Hudson, la Bale d'Ungava, le golfe Saint-Laurent et la Baie de Fundy, ont ^te exclues, 
bien qu'il soit d'usage d'inclure dans la superficie du Dominion toute cette partie du 
fleuve Saint-Laurent situ^e, au-dessus du m^ridien de la Pointe de Monts, dans le 
Saguenay, et quoique la mar^e atteigne jusqu'aulac Saint-Pierre. En ajoutant 2,967,556 
acres a la superficie des lacs de Quebec, et 124,362 acresi a celle d'Ontario, pour les parties 
du fleiive Saint-Laurent et des riviferes Niagara, Detroit et Saint-Clair, les superficies des 
terres et des eaux des diff^rentes provinces et territoires du Dominion sont comme I'in 
dique le tableau suivant : 



Provinces et Territoires. 



•Colombie-Britannique . 

Manitoba 

Nouveau- Brunswick . . 
Nouvelle-Ecosse.. ... . 

Ontario 

lie du Priaoe-Edouard 

•Quebec 

Alberta 

Assiniboia 

Saskatchewan 

Athabaska 

Mackenzie 

Xeevi^atin 

Franklin 

Ungava 

Yukon 

Total 



Acres de 
terre. 



236,922,177 

41, 16!), 098 

17,863,266 

13,483.671 

141,125,330 

1,397,091 

218,723,087 

64,973,212 

56, 498, .546 

66,460,?59 

155,62L',7ai 

340,886, .20 

292,478,010 

320,000.000 

223,429.''00 

125,6411,500 



2,316,684,071 



Acres en 
lacs. 



1,560,830 

6,010,200 

47,232 

230,100 

25,820,306 

6,474,874 
23'.',000 
381,000 

2,411, .500 

5,635,120 
l.,910,080 

8,588,260 

3,74:., HO 
415,280 



80,483,222 



Total d'aores. 



238,483,007 

47,188,298 

17,910,498 

13,713,771 

166,951,636 

1,397,991 

225,198,561 

65,205,212 

56,882,546 

68,875,359 

161,257,824 

359, 796, .500 

301,066,270 

320,000,000 

227,175,040 

126,064,780 



2,397,167,293 



Total 

en 

milles Carres, 



372,630 

73,732 

27,985 

21,428 

260,802 

2,184 

351,873 

101,883 

88,879 

107,618 

251,965 

662,182 

470,416 

500,000 

354,961 

196,976 



3,745,574 



Les superficies, dont celle de la Baie d'Hudson, situ^e entre les territoires d'Ungava 
ct de Keewatin, est de 284,000,000 acres, ou 443,750 milles carr^s, et celle du golfe 
Saint-Laurent, situee entre les provinces de Quebec et la Nouvelle-Ecosse, qui est de 
65,000,000 d'acres, ou 101,562 milles carres, ne sont pas incluses dans la superficie du 
Dominion. 

Le troisifeme groupe contient les tableaux suivants — 

VIII. La population des provinces par religions, -pages 144 a 145. 
IX. Les religions principales par districts de recensement, pages 146 ^ 153. 
X. La population par religions des sous-districts, pages 154 a 282. 



^ Cette superficie de 124,362 acres conriprend 103,114 acres du fleuve Saint- Laurent, 4,288 acres de la 
jivifee Niagara, 10,400 acres de la riviere Detroit et 6,560 acres de la riviere St. Clair. 



xxiv INTRODUCTION. 

Le premier de ces tableaux donne la population de 1901 classifiee en 45 religions 
spi'icifiees ; le second est un tableau comparatif de neuf des principales religions pour 
1891 et 1901 ; et le troisieme donne la population de 1901, par sous-districts, classifiee 
en 20 religions specifiees. 

Le quatrifeme groupe comprend les tableaux suivants — 
XI. Les origines par sous-districts, pages 284 ^ 405. 
XII. Les nationalites par districts de recensement, pages 406 a 413. 

Selon I'usage des termes du recensement (voir pages 53 et 54 des Instructions) le 
mot " origine '' signifie la race ou la tribu a laquelle une personne appartient ou dont elle 
descend ; le mot " nationality " signifie le pays auquel cette personne doit allegeance. 
Toute personne dont la demeure est au Canada, ayant des droits de citnyeimete, soit par 
naissance ou naturalisation, appartient a la nationalite Canadienne, quels que soient son 
origine et son lieu de naissance. 

liC cinquifeme groupe comprend les tableaux suivants — , 

XIII. Lieux de naissance par provinces, pages 416 et 417. 

XIV. Lieux de naissance par districts, pages 418 a 447. 

XV. Lieux de naissance et citoyennete des immigres par provinces, pages 4-48 

et 449. 
XVI. Population immigree par provinces, pages 450 et 451. 
XVII. Population immigree par districts, pages 452 a 481. 
XVIII. Population par lieux de naissance, 1881, 1891, 1901, page 482. 

Le tableau XV indique le nombre d'immigres qui se sont fait naturaliser, et le- 
tableau XVIII la population totale du Canada par lieux de naissance d'apres les recen- 
sements de 1881, 1891 et 1901. 

Pour ce qui concerne I'orthographe des noms geographiques contenus dans ce volume. 
I'autorite du Bureau des Geographes du Canada a ete suivie, tel que prescrit par Arrete 
dn Conseil en date du 18 decembre, 1897. 

ARCHIBALD BLUE. 

Commissaire special du receii-sei:ii;iit. 



CENSUS TABLES. 



PAOI. 

I. Population of 1871, 1881, 1891 and 1901, compared by Electoral Districts within their 

present limits 2-5 

II. Houses, Families and Population in 1891-1901, compared by Census Districts 6-9 

III. Sex and Conjugal Condition in 1891-1901, compared by Census Districts 10-17 

IV. Kural and Urban Population in 1891-1901, compared by Census Districts 18-21 

V. Population of Cities and Towns having over 5,000 inhabitants in 1901, compared with 

1871-81-91 .,^ 22 

VI. Areas of Lakes in Canada 24-25 

vn. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition , 26-142 

VIII. Religions of the People by Provinces 144-145 

IX. Principal Religious by Census Districts, 1891-1901 146-153 

X. Religions of the People by Sub-districts 154-282 

XI. Origins of the People 284-405 

XII. Nationalities 406-413 

XIII. Birthplace by Provinces 416-417 

XIV. Birthplace by Census Districts 418-447 

XV. Birthplace and Citizenship of Immigrants 448-449 

XVI. Immigrants by Provinces 450-451 

XVII. Immigrants by Census Districts 452-481 

xvm. Population by Birthplace— 1881, 1891, 1901 482 



TABLEAUX DU RECENSEMENT. 



I. Population de 1871, 1881, 1891 et 1901, comparee par districts electoraux tels que consti- 

tues en 1901 2-5 

II. Demeures, Families et Population en 1891 et 1901, compar^es par districts de recensement 6-9 

III. Sexe et Etat Civil en 1891-1901, compares par districts de reoensement 10-17 

IV. Population rurale et urbaine en 1891-1901, comparee par districts de reoensement 18-21 

V. Population des cites et villes ayant plus de 5,000 habitants en 1901, comparee aveo 1871- 

81-91. ... 22 

VI. Superficies des lacs du Canada 24-25 

vn. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat Civil 26-142 

VIII. Population des provinces par religions 144-145 

IX. Religions principales par districts de reoensement 14C-153 

X. Population par religions, par sous-districts 154-282 

XI. Population par origines, par sous-districts 284-405 

XII. Nationality 406-413 

xni. Lieux de naissance par provinces 416-417 

XIV. Lieux de naissance par districts de recensement 418-447 

XV. Lieux de naissance et oitoyennete des immigrants 448 449 

XVI. Immigrants par provinces 450-451 

XVII. Immigrants par districts de recensement 452-481 

XVIII. Population par lieux de naissance— 1881, 1891, 1901 482 

A— D XXV 



I-V. COMPARATIVE TABLES OF POPULATION, 



I-V. TABLEAUX COMPARATIFS DE LA POPULATION, 



A— 1 



2 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table i. Population of 1871, 1881, 1891 and 1901, compared by Electoral Districts 

within their present limits (1901). 



No. 



6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
.36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 



43 

44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 



Districts. 



CANADA.... 



British Columbia. 



Burrard 

New Westminster. 

Vancouver 

Victoria 

Yale & Cariboo. . . 



Manitoba . 



Brandon 

Lisgar 

Macdonald . 
Marquette . 
Provencher. . 
Selkirk . . . . 
Winnipeg . . 



Population. 



Neir Brunswick . 



Albert 

Carleton 

Charlotte 

Gloucester - 

Kent 

Kings 

Northumberland 

Restigouche 

St. John, City &, Co— Cite et Co. 

Sunbury & Queens 

Victoria 

Westmorland 

York 



Nova Scotia. 



Annapolis 

Antigonish 

Cape Breton 

Colchester 

Cumberland 

Digby 

Guysborough 

Halifax, City & Co— Cite et Co.. 

Hants 

Inverness 

Kings 

Lxinenburg 

Piotou. ... 

Richmond 

.Shelbume & Queens 

Victoria 

Yarmouth 



Ontario 



Addington 

Algoma 

Bothwell 

Brant, South— Sud. . 

Brockville 

Bruce, East— Est. . . 
Bruce, North— Nord. 



1901. 



5,371,315 

178,657 

42,060 
23,822 
27,198 
23,688 
61,889 

255,211 

39,305 
44,952 
37,071 
34,075 
24,862 
32,606 
42,340 

331,120 

10,925 
21,621 
'22,415 
27,936 
23,958 
21,655 
28,543 
10,586 
51,759 
16,906 
21,136 
42,060 
31,620 

459,574 

18,842 
13,617 
49,166 
24,900 
36,168 
20,.S22 
18,320 
74,662 
20,056 
24,353 
21,937 
32,389 
33,459 
13,515 
24,428 
10,571 
22,869 

2,182,947 

24,490 
63,850 
25,223 
26,707 
15,901 
19,313 
21,297 



1891. 



4,833,239 

98,173 

24,360 
17,866 
18,229 
18,.')38 
19,180 

152,506 

25,575 
28,585 
22,776 
13,123 
15,469 
21,339 
25,639 

321,263 

10,971 
22,529 
23,752 
24,897 
23,845 
23,087 
25,713 
8,308 
49,574 
17,914 
18,217 
41,477 
30,979 

450,396 

19,350 
16,114 
34,244 
27,160 
34,529 
19,897 
17,rt5 
71,358 
22,052 
25,779 
22,489 
31,075 
34,541 
14,399 
25,566 
12,432 
22,216 

2,114,321 

24,151 
37,570 
25,593 
23,359 
15,853 
21,355 
20,871 



1881. 



4,324,810 

49,459 

8,417 
7,000 
9,991 
7,301 
16,750 

62,260 

4,921 

7,900 
10,200 

4,196 
12,779 
14,279 

7,985 

321,233 

12,329 
23,365 
26,087 
21,614 
22,618 
25,617 
25,109 
7,058 
52,966 
20,068 
15,686 
37,719 
30,397 

440,572 

20,598 
18,060 
31,258 
26,720 
27,368 
19,881 
17,808 
67,917 
23,359 
25,651 
23,469 
28,583 
35,535 
15,121 
25,490 
12,470 
21,284 

1,926,922 

23,470 

24,014 

22,477 

20,482 

15,107 

22,355" 

17,245 



1871. 



3,689,257 
36,247 

36,247 

25,228 

25,228 

285,594 

10,672 
19,938 
25,882 
18,810 
19,101 
24,593 
20,116 
5,575 
52,120 
20,671 
11,641 
29,335 
27,140 

387,800 

18,121 
16,512 
26,454 
23,.331 
23,518 
17,037 
16,555 
56,963 
21,301 
23,415 
21,510 
23,834 
.32,114 
14,268 
22,971, 
11,346 
18,550 

1,020,851 

21,312 
7,018 
15,722 
18,683 
13,345 
17,819 
10,840 



213 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
I ] 

L 1 

14 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

20 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

92 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 3 

Tableau i. Population de 1871, 1881, 1891 et 1901, comparee par Districts Electoraux 

tels que constitues en 1901. 



No. 



DUtricts. 



Population. 



1901. 



1891. 



1881. 



1871. 



pj 



50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

04 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

85 

86 

87 

88 

89 

90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 



100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 



Bruce, West — Quest. 

Cardwell 

Carleton 

Cornwall & Stormont. 

Dundas 

Durham, Sast — Est 

Durham, West— Quest 

Elgin, East— Est 1 

Elgin, West— Quest 

Essex, North — Nord. . ; 

Essex, South — Sud 

Frontenac 

Glengarry 

G-renville, South — Sud 

Grey, East— Est 

Grey, North— Nord 

Grey, South— Sud 

Haldimand & Monck 

Halton 

Hamilton, City — Cite. 

Hastings, East— Est 

Hastings, North — Nord 

Hastings, West — Quest 

Huron, East — Est 

Huron, South — Sud 

Huron, West — Guest 

Kent 

Kingston, City — Cite 

Lambton, East — Est 

Lambton, West — Quest 

Lanark, North — Nord 

Lanark, South — Sud 

Leeds & Grenville, North — Nord , 

Leeds, South— Sud 

Lennox 

Lincoln & Niagara 

London, City— Cite 

Middlesex, East — Est 

Middlesex, North— Nord 

Middlesex, South — Sud 

Middlesex, West — Quest 

Muskoka & Parry Sound 

Nipissing 

Norfolk, North— Nord 

Norfolk, South— Sud 

Northumberland, East — Est. 

Northumberland, West — Quest . '. . 

Ontario, North— Nord 

Qntario, South — Sud 

Qntario, West Quest 

Ottawa, City — Cite 

Oxfiird, North— Nord 

Oxford, South— Sud 

Peel 

Perth, North— Norf. 

Perth, South— Sud, 

Peterborough, East- Est. 

Peterborough, West— Quest, 

Prescott , 

Prince Edward, 

Renfrew, North — Nord 

Renfrew, South — Sud. 

Russell. 

Simcoe, East— Est..' , 

Simcoe, North — Nord 



18,410 

13,060 

19,377 

27,042 

19,757 

14,464 

13,106 

27,248 

23,195 

33,418 

25,326 

12,008 

22,131 

12,831 

25,387 

27,051 

22,171 

20,052 

19,545 

52,634 

17,446 

24,073 

17,772 

17,267 

17,448 

18,774 

31,866 

17,961 

23,045 

22,386 

18jl80 

19,487 

13,647 

21,185 

13,421 

27,566 

24,415 

26,609 

17,455 

18,803 

15,843 

33,674 

36,551 

18,657 

20,899 

20,495 

13,055 

20,689 

16,793 

16,695 

57,640 

25,357 

21,797 

13,687 

27,146 

17,861 

22,290 

17,005 

27,035 

17,864 

24,556 

27,676 

35,166 

39,277 

26,964 



22,377 

15,382 

16,534 

27,156 

20,132 

17,053 

15,374 

26,724 

23,925 

31,523 

24,022 

13,445 

22,447 

12,929 

26,225 

26,341 

23,672 

21,463 

21,982 

48,959 

18,050 

22,070 

18,964 

18,968 

19,184 

20,021 

31,434 

19,263 

24,269 

23,446 

19,260 

19,862 

13,521 

22,449 

14,900 

27,043 

22,281 

25,569 

19,090 

18,806 

17,288 

26,515 

17,970 

19,400 

22,702 

21,995 

14,947 

20,723 

19,033 

18,792 

42,481 

26,131 

22,421 

15,466 

26,907 

19,400 

21,919 

15,808 

24,173 

18,889 

22,484 

23; 971 

31,643 

35,801 

28,203 



25,618 
16,770 
15,777 
23,198 
20,598 
18,710 
17,555 
25,748 
23,480 
25,659 
21,303 
14,993 
22,221 
13,526 
25,334 
23,334 
25,703 
22,122 
21,919 
.36,661 
17,313 
20,348 
17,400 
21,720 
21,991 
23,512 
29,194 
14,091 
21,725 
20,891 
19,855 
17,945 
12,423 
22,206 
16,314 
28,924 
19,746 
25,107 
21,268 
18,888 
19,491 
17,636 
3,043 
20,933 
24,873 
22,991 
16,984 
20,513 
21,012 
20,189 
30,412 
24,390 
24,778 
16,387 
26,538 
21,608 
20,402 
13,310 
22,857 
21,044 
18,171 
19,042 
25,082 
27,185 
26,120 



19,856 
16,500 
13,680 
18,987 
18,777 
19,064 
18,316 
18,799 
20,421 
17,988 
14,709 
16,310 
20,524 
13,197 
18,709 
18,580 
22,106 
22,047 
22,606 
26,880 
17,392' 
16,607 
14,365 
16,425 
20,254 
21,306 
21,800 
12,407 
16,370 
15,624 
19,889 
18,040 
11,810 
20,716 
16,396 
26,773 
15,826 
20,740 
19,485 
17,448 
17,906 
3,584 
1,931 
19,372 
22,703 
21,758 
17,328 
15,744 
20,237 
18,911 
23,545 
23,434 
24,487 
16,369 
18,798 
22,715 
17,338 
11,767 
17,647 
20, .336 
13,738 
14,099 
18,344 
16,071 
18,755 



A-H 



4 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table i. Population of 1871, 1881, 1891 and 1901, compared by Electoral Districts 
within their present limits (1901). 



No. 



Districts, 



Population. 



1901. 



1891. 



1881. 



1871. 



115 
1J6 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 



132 
133 
134 
135 
136 



137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
-149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161' 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 



Simooe, South— Sud 

Toronto, Centre 

Toronto, East— Est 

Toronto, West — Quest 

Victoria, North— Nord 

Victoria, South— Sud 

Waterloo, North — Nord 

Waterloo, South — Sud 

Welland 

Wellington, Centre 

Wellington, North — Nord 

Wellington, South— Sud 

Wentworth & Brant, North— Nord. 

Wentworth, South — Sud 

York, Jiast — Est 

York, North— Nord 

York, West— Quest 



Prince Edivard Island. 



Kings 

Prince, East— Est 

Prince, West — Quest . . , 
Queens, East — Est . . . . 
Queens, West— Quest . 



Quebec . 



Argenteuil 

Bagot , 

Beauce 

Beauhamois 

BeUechasse 

Berthier 

Bonaventure 

Bronie 

Chambly & Vercheres 

Champlain 

Charlevoix 

Chateauguay 

Chicoutimi & Saguenay. . . 

Compton 

Deux-Montagnes 

Dorchester 

Drummond & Arthabaska, 

Gaspe 

Hoohelaga 

Huntingdon 

Jacques-Cartier 

Joliette 

Kamouraska 

Labelle 

Laprairie & Napierville.. . . 

L'Assomption 

Laval , 

Levis 

L'Islet 

Lotbini&e 

Maisonneuve 

Maskinonge 

Megantic 

Missisquoi 

Montcalm 

Montmagny 

Montmorency 



19,271 
28,765 
45,621 
81,712 
16,258 
19,953 
27,124 
25,470 
26,090 
20,570 
23,801 
23,767 
18,717 
24,432 
40,405 
18,778 
53,741 

103,259 

19,826 
19,994 
20,075 
21,428 
21,936 

1,648,898 

16,407 
16,291 
43,129 
21,732 
18,706 
18,982 
24,495 
13,397 
24,318 
35,159 
19,334 
15,693 
48,291 
26,460 
14,438 
21,007 
44,484 
30,683 
56,919 
13,979 
26,168 
22,255 
19,099 
30,931 
17,523 
14,993 
19,743 
26,210 
14,439 
20,039 
65,178 
15,813 
23,621 
18,482 
13,001 
14,757 
12,311 



20,824 
26,632 
43,564 
73,827 
16,849 
20,455 
25,325 
25,139 
25,132 
23,387 
24,956 
24,373 
21,629 
25,011 
35,148 
20,284 
41,857 

109,078 

21,694 
20,723 
20,987 
23,464 
22,210 

1,488,535 

16,158 
19,522 
37,a22 
16,662 
18,368 
18,849 
20,835 
14,709 
23,961 
29,267 
19,038 
15,800 
38,281 
22,779 
15,027 
19,017 
43,923 
26,875 
35,766 
14,385 
19,482 
22,921 
20,454 
24,779 
19,065 
14,861 
16,504 
25,995 
13,823 
20,688 
32,514 
17,829 
22,233 
19,456 
12,131 
14,726 
12,309 



22,721 
22,983 
24,867 
38,565 
16,661 
20,813 
20,986 
21,754 
26,152 
26,816 
26,024 
25,400 
22,875 
25,607 
22,853 
21,730 
18,884 

108,891 

21,690 
20,653 
19,117 
24,526 
22,905 

1,359,027 

14,947 
19,492 
32,020 
16,005 
16,914 
20,524 
18,908 
15,827 
23,307 
26,818 
17,901 
16,077 
32,409 
19,581 
15,894 
18,710 
37,360 
25,001 
16,654 
15,495 
16,613 
21,988 
22,181 
19,954 
20,263 
16,596 
15,064 
27,980 
14,917 
20,857 
13,555 
17,493 
19,056 
19,205 
12,966 
16,422 
12,322 



19,504 
20,647 
15,090 
20,355 
12,324 
19,244 
19,256 
2Q,995 
20,572 
25,536 
17,903 
23,431 
24,135 
25,200 
19,360 
21,654 
16,260 

94,021 



84,021 



1,191,516 

12,098 
17,245 
27,253 
14,757 
16,523 
18,492 
15,923 
13,757 
23,215 
22,052 
15,611 
17,770 
22,980 
13,665 
15,615 
17,779 
31,892 
18,729 
11,405 
16,304 
12,021 
23,075 
21,254 
14,656 
21,945 
16,785 
14,721 
24,831 
13,517 
20,606 
8,144 
15,079 
18,879 
18,735 
12.742 
14,669 
12,085 



RECENSEMENT DU CAI^ADA, 1901. 



5 



Tableau i. Population de 1871, 1881, 1891 et 1901, compar^e par Districts Electoraux 

tela que constitu^s en 1901. 



No. 



Districts. 



Population 



1901. 



1891. 



1881. 



1871. 



174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 



202 
203 
204 
205 

206 



Montreal, Ste. Anne 

Montreal, St. Antoine 

Montreal, St. Jacques 

Montreal, St. Laurent 

Montreal, Ste. Marie 

Nicolet 

Pontiac 

Portneuf 

Quebec, Centre 

Quebec, Bast— Est 

Quebec, West — Ouest 

Quebec, County — Couite 

Richelieu 

Richmond & Wolfe 

Rimouski 

Rouville 

St. Hyacinthe 

St. Jean & Iberville 

Shefford 

Sherbrooke 

Soulanges 

Stanstead 

Temiscouata 

Terrebonne 

Trois-Rivi^res & St. Maurice 

Vaudreuil 

Wright 

Yamaska 

Unorganized Districts — 

Abitibi 1 

Ashuanipi j- 

Mistassini J 



Tbe Territories. 



Alberta 

Assiniboia, East— Est 

Assiniboia, West — Ouest. 
Saskatchewan 



Unorganized Territories. 



Athabasca 

Franklin & Keewatin . 

Mackenzie 

Ungava 

Yukon 



23,368 
47,653 
42,618 
48,808 
40,631 
26,590 
25,722 
27,159 
20,366 
39,325 

9,149 
22,101 
18,576 
34,137 
40,157 
15,990 
21,543 
19,536 
23,628 
18,426 

9,928 
18,998 
29,185 
26,816 
26,167 
10,445 
44,800 
16,204 



2,405 



158,940 

65,876 
49,093 
17,692 
25,679 

52,709 

6,615 
8,546 
5,216 
5,113 
27,219 



24,685 
44,626 
35,830 
42,808 
34,746 
28,735 
22,084 
25,813 
17,649 
36,200 

9,241 
19,503 
20,483 
31,347 
33,430 
19,354 
21,135 
23,268 
23,263 
16,088 

9,608 
18,067 
25,698 
23,128 
21,101 
10,792 
38,781 
16,058 



66,799 

25,277 

20,482 

9,890 

11,150 

32,168 



22,112 
33,845 
28,364 
33,693 
22,733 
26,611 
19,939 
25,175 
17,898 
31,900 
12,648 
20,278 
19,094 
26,339 
33,791 
21,584 
20,425 
25,303 
23,233 
12,221 
10,220 
15,556 
25,484 
22,969 
22,282 
11,485 
29,478 
17,091 



25,515 
25,515 
30,931 

30,931 



21,014 
23,925 
20,569 
28,022 
13,695 
23,262 
16,647 
22,569 
18,188 
28,305 
13,206 
19,607 
'19,026 
20,036 
27,418 
21,102 
18,110 
25,722 
19,077 
8,516 
10,808 
13,138 
22,491 
20,299 
19,499 
11,003 
23,236 
16,317 



18,000 
18,000 
30,000 

30,000 



Summary op Representation — 1871-1901 — Sommaire de la representation. 



Provinces. 



Canada 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island 

Quebec 

Northwest Territories . 



1901. 



1891. 



213 


215 


206 


6 


6 


6 


7 


5 


4 


14 


16 


16 


20 


21 


21 


92 


92 


88 


5 


8 


6 


65 


65 


65 


4 


4 





1881. 



1871. 



181 



15 
19 



65 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table ii. Houses, families and Population in 1891-1901, compared by Census 

Districts. 



No. 



Districts. 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



1901. 



CANADA. 



British Columbia.. 



Burrard 

New Westminster. 

Vancouver 

Victoria 

Yale-Oariboo 



nianltoba. . . . 



6 Brandon 

7 Lisgar 

Macdonald . . 
Marquette . . . 
Provencher. 

Selkirk 

Winnipeg. . . , 



New Branswlck 



13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



Albert 

Carleton 

Charlotte ........! 

iJIoucester 

Kent '_[ 

Kings 

Northumberland 

Restigouohe 

St. John, City & Co— Cite et co. 

Sunbury & Queens 

Victoria 

Westmorland 

York 



26 
27 
28 
29 
3u 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 



43 
44 
45 
46 

47 



Nova Scotia . 



Annapolis 

Antigonish 

Cape Breton 

Colchester 

Cumberland 

Digby ■ ' 

Guysborough 

Halifax, City & Co— Cite et co. 

Hants 

Inverness 

Kings 

Lunenburg 

Pictou 

Kichmond ] 

Shelburne & Queens 

Victoria 

Yarmouth 



Outarlo 



Addington 

Algoma 

Bothwell 

Brant, South— Sud . 

Brockville 

Bruce, East — Est... 



1,028,892 

36,938 

7,209 
5,128 
5,638 
4,669 
14,294 

49,784 

8,091 
8,406 
7,524 
7,528 
4,410 
6,329 
7,496 

58,226 

2,031 
4,354 
4,630 
4,208 
3,846 
4,376 
5,039 
1,802 
8,298 
3,251 
3,459 
7,213 
5,719 

85,313 



4,018 
2,560 
8,251 
4,917 
6,854 
3,902 
3,420 
12,543 
3,915 
4,072 
4,443 
5,924 
6,7.57 
2,526 
4,875 
1,922 
4,414 

445,310 

4,927 
11,095 
5,434 
5,725 
3,362 
3,705 



1891. 



877,586 

20,016 

4,796 
3,542 
3,639 
3,537 
4,502 

30,790 

5,638 
6,310 
4,850 
2,784 
2,614 
4,050 
4,644 

54,718 

1,955 
4,170 
4,601 
3,601 
3,698 
4,359 
4,314 
1,427 
8,288 
3,291 
2,791 
6,921 
5,302 

79,102 



3,951 
2,751 
5,883 
4,964 
6,186 
3,638 
3,074 
10,920 
3,944 
4,038 
4,222 
5,266 
6,621 
2,583 
4,909 
2,079 
4,073 

406,948 

4,872 
7,276 
5.148 
4,825 
3,244 
3,753 



Families. 
Families. 



1901. 



1,070,747 

38,445 

7,942 
5,191 
5,917 
4,752 
14,643 

51,056 

8,188 
8,512 
7,653 
7,629 
4,530 
6,562 
7,982| 

62,695 

2,071 
4,430 
4,758 
4,482 
4,111 
4,433 
5,206 
1,847 
10,615 
3,397 
3,73S 
7,531 
6,079 

89,386 

4,097 
2,590 
8,568 
5,022 
7,020 
4,023 
3,535 
14,141 
3,964 
4,191 
4,495 
6,515 
6,946 
2,685 
5,094 
1,980 
4,520 

455,264 



5,123 
12,284 
5,494 
5,876 
3,414 
3,713 



1891. 



921,652 

20,718 

4,870 
3,649 
3,712 
3,650 
4,837 

31,786 

5,870 

6,408 

4,' 

2,845 

2,769 

4,053 

4,974 

58,462 

2,006 
4,277 
4,693 
3,851 
3,941 
4,508 
4,513 
1,466 
9,898 
3,357 
3,033 
7,355 
5,564 

83,733 



4,037 
2,786 
6,031 
5,165 
6,470 
3,769 
3,175 
13,250 
4,099 
4,086 
4,312 
5,808 
6,696 
2,652 
5,053 
2,107 
4,237 

414,798 

4,c 

7,452 

5,244 

4,907 

3,288 

3,770 



Population. 



1903. 



1891. 



5,371,315 

178,657 

42,060 
23,822 
27,198 
23,688 
61,889 

255,211 

39,305 
44,952 
37,071 
34,075 
24,862 
32,606 
42,340 

331,120 

10,925 
21,621 
22,415 
27,936 
23,958 
21,655 
28,543 
10,586 
51,759 
16,906 
21,136 
42,060 
31,620 

459,574 



18,842 
13,617 
49,166 
24,900 
36,168 
20,322 
18,320 
74,662 
20,056 
24,353 
21,937 
32,389 
33,459 
13,515 
24,428 
10,571 
22,869 

2,182,947 

24,490 
63,850 
2.5,223 
26,707 
15,901 
19,313 



4,833,1;39 

98,173 

24,360 
17,866 
18,229 
18,.538 
19,180 

152,506 

25,575 
28,585 
22,776 
13,123 
15,469 
21.339 
25,639 

321,263 

10,971 
22,529 
23,752 
24,897 
23,845 
23,087 
25,713 
8,308 
49,574 
17,914 
18,217 
41,477 
30,979 

450,396 

19,350 
16,114 
34,244 
27,160 
34,529 
19,897 
17,195 
71,358 
22,052 
25,779 
22,489 
31,075 
34,541 
14,399 
25,566 
12,432 
22,216 

2,114,321 

24,151 
37,570 
25,593 
23,359 
15,853 
21,355 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 

Tableau ii. Demeures, Families et Population en 1891-1901, compar^es par districts 

de recensement. 



No. 



49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 



Districts. 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



1901. 



Bruce, North — Nord.. . . 

Bruce, West —Quest 

Cardwell 

Carlecon ,. .. 

Cornwall & Stormont . , 

Dundas 

Durham, East— Est . . 
Durham, West— Quest . 

Elgin, East— Est 

Elgin, West — Quest 

Essex, North — Nord . . . 

Essex, South— Sud 

Frontenac 

Glengarry 

Grenville, South — Sud . 

Grey, East— Est 

Grey, North— Nord 

Grey, South— Sud 

Haldimand & Monck. . . 

Halton 

Hamilton 

Hastings, East — Est . . 
Hastings, North— Nord, 
Hastings, West — Quest. 

Huron, East — Est 

Huron, South — Sud . . . 
Huron, West — Quest . . . 

Kent 

Kingston 

Lambton, East — Est . . 
Lambton, West — Quest 
Lanark, North— Nord . . 
Lanark, South— Sud . . . 
Leeds & GrenvUle, North— Nord. 

Leeds, South — Sud 

Lennox 

Lincoln & Niagara 

London 

Middlesex, East— Est 

Middlesex, North— Nord 

Middlesex, South— Sud 

Middlesex, West— Quest 

Muskoka & Parry Sound 

Nipissing 

Norfolk, North— Nord 

Norfolk, South- Sud 

Northumberland, East— Est 

Northumberland, West— Quest. 

Qntario, North— Nord 

Ontario, South— Sud 

Ontario, West— Quest 

Ottawa 

Oxford, North— Nord. 

Oxford, South— Sud 

Peel 

Perth, North— Nord 

Perth, South— Sud 

Peterborough, East— Est. . . 
Peterborough, West— Quest 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew, North— Nord , 

Renfrew, South— Sud 

Russell 



4,378 
3,888 
2,701 
3,787 
5,248 
4,093 
3,319 
3,038 
6,345 
5,123 
6,611 
6,425 

'2,252 
4,046 
2,777 
5,233 
5,479 
4,430 
4,362 
4,199 

10,802 
3,737 
4,( 
3,994 
3,710 
3,769 
4,004 
6,839 
3,671 
4,981 
4,889 
3,541 
3,981 
2,949 
4,622 
3,170 
6,170 
5,085 
5,552 
3,853 
4,206 
3,557 
6,279 
6,491 
4,338 
4,907 
4,659 
2,879 
4,161 
3,815 
3,771 
9,950 
5,444 
4,996 
2,934 
5,486 
3,848 
4,475 
3,504 
4,700 
4,.'i30 
4,211 
4,756 
6,400 



1891. 



3,897 

4,119 

2,866 

2,985 

4,937 

3,880 

3,506 

3,235 

5,872 

4,931 

5,806 

4,766 

2,407 

3,883 

2,685 

5,011 

5,000 

4,395 

4,368 

4,280 

9,663 

3,552 

4,145 

3,864 

3,644 

3,638 

3,894 

6,292 

3,633 

4,785 

4,609 

3,408 

3,738 

2,763 

4,607 

3,172 

5,710 

4,320 

4,942 

3,845 

3,902 

3,562 

4,1 

3,093 

4,193 

4,798 

4,625 

3,028 

4,010 

3,923 

7',564 
5,186 
4,836 
3,011 
4,994 
3,818 
4,152 
3,069 
4,005 
4,420 
3,708 
3,929 
5,408 



Families. 
Families. 



1901. 



4,434 
3,920 
2,713 
3,848 
5,477 
4,334 
3,343 
3,055 
6,414 
5,187 
6,673 
5,517 
2,283 
4,173 
2,848 
5,274 
5,528 
4,485 
4,391 
4,237 
10,909 
3,881 
4,789 
4,142 
3,749 
3,814 
4,027 
6,924 
3,815 
5,023 
4,932 
3,582 
4,016 
3,063 
4,705 
3,323 
6,267 
5,176 
5,591 
3,889 
4,244 
3,604 
6,390 
6,611 
4,373 
4,956 
4,696 
2,925 
4,216 
3,839 
.3,815 
10,836 
5,471 
5,071 
2,960 
5,547 
3,894 
4,533 
3,559 
4,861 
4,589 
4,364 
4,835 
6,511 



1891. 



4,028 

4,173 

2,965 

3,010 

5,007 

3,937 

3,522 

3,256 

5,978 

4,1)96 

6,035 

4,844 

2,452 

3,991 

2,706 

5,071 

5,048 

4,469 

4,S- 

4,344 

9,663 

3,619 

4,214 

3 i 

3,m 

3,692 

3,958 

6,437 

3,762 

4,856 

4,681 

3,472 

3,758 

2,797 

4,692 

3,192 

5.809 

4,376 

5,010 

3,882 

3,966 

3,590 

5,101 

3,263 

4,218 

4,823 

4,669 

3,044 

4,064 

4,022 

4,021 

7,776 

5,205 

4,880 

3,090 

5,028 

3,865 

4,181 

3,108 

4,138 

4,446 

3,878 

4,044 

5,590 



Population. 



1901. 



21,297 

18,410 

13,060 

19,377 

27,042 

19,757 

14,464 

13,106 

27,248 

23,195 

33,418 

25,326 

12,008 

22,131 

12,831 

25,387 

27,051 

22,171 

20,052 

19,545 

52,634 

17,446 

24,073 

17,772 

17,267 

17,448 

18,774 

31,866 

17,961 

23,046 

22,386 

18,180 

19,487 

13,647 

21,186 

13,421 

27,666 

24,416 

26,609 

17,465 

18,803l 

16,843 

33,674 

36,551 

18,657 

20,899 

20,495 

13,055 

20,689 

16,793 

16,695 

67,640 

25,357 

21,797 

13,687 

27,146 

17,861 

22,290 

17,005 

27,035 

17,864 

24,656 

27,676 

35,166 



1891. 



20,871 

22,377 

15,382 

16,534 

27,156 

20,132 

17,053 

16,374 

26,724 

23,925 

31,523 

24,022 

13,445 

22,447 

12,929 

26,225 

26,341 

23,672 

21,463 

21,982 

48,959 

18,050 

22,070 

18,964 

18,968 

19,184 

20,021 

31,434 

19,263 

24,269 

23,446 

19,260 

19,862 

13,621 

22,449 

14,900 

27,043 

22,281 

26,569 

19,090 

18,806 

17,288 

26,616 

17,970 

19,400 

22,702 

21,995 

14,947 

20,723 

19,033 

18,792 

42,481 

26,131 

22,421 

15,466 

26,907 

19,400 

21,919 

15,808 

24,173 

18,889 

22,484 

23,971 

31,643 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table ii. Houses, Families and Population in 1891-1901, compared by Census 

Districts. 



No. 



113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 



132 
133 
134 
135 
136 



Districts. 



137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 



Simcoe, East — Est 

Simeoe, North — Nord 

Simcoe, South— Sud 

Toronto, Centre 

Toronto, East— Est 

Toronto, West— Quest 

Victoria, North — Nord . . . 

Victoria, South — Sud 

Waterloo, North — Nord . . . 

Waterloo, South — Sud 

WeUand 

Wellington, Centre 

Wellington, North — Nord.. 
Wellington, South— Sud . . . 
Wentworth & Brant, N. . . . 
Wentworth, South — Sud . 

York, East— Est 

York, North— Nord 

York, West— Quest 



Prince Ed^rard Island. 



Kings 

Prince, East — Est . . . . 
Prince, West — Quest . . 
Queens, East — Est .... 
Queens. West— Quest . 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



IPOl. 



4luebec. 



Argenteuil 

Bagot 

Beauoe 

Beauhamois 

Bellechasse 

Berthier 

Bonaventure 

Brome , . . . 

Chambly & Verch^res 

Champlain 

Charlevoix 

Chateauguay , 

Chicoutiini & Saguenay. . . . 

Compton 

Deux-Montagnes 

Dorchester 

Drummond & Arthabaska. 

Gasp6 

Hochelaga 

Huntingdon 

Jaoques-Cartier 

Joliette 

Kamouraska 

Labelle 

Laprairie & Napierville. . . . 

L'Assomption 

Laval 

L^vis 

L'Islet 

Lotbini^re 

Maisonneuve 

Maskinonge 

Megantio 

Missisquoi 



7,462 
5,454 
4,039 

i,'" 
8,586 

15,495 
3,239 
4,222 
5,211 
5,287 
6,741 
4,406 
4,852 
4,992 
4,112 
5,163 
8,273 
4,033 

10,612 

18,530 

3,702 
3,592 
3,328 
3,918 
3,990 

291,427 

3,007 
3,127 
7,377 
3,774 
.3,294 
3,233 
3,775 
2,786 
4,453 
6,816 
2,919 
3,097 
7,404 
5,046 
2,715 
3,797 
7,961 
4,876 

10,865 
2,772 
4,606 
3,964 
3,131 
5,239 
3,132 
2,864 
3,251 
4,708 
2,346 
3,515 

12,696 
2,754 
4,245 
3,782 



1891. 



6,507 
5,097 
3,899 
4,496 
7,955 
13,375 
3,169 
3,918 
4,576 
4,821 
5,180 
4,511 
4,565 
4,692 
4,347 
4, 
6,811 
4,059 
7,791 

18,389 

3,796 
3,432 
3,293 
3,957 
3,912 

246,644 

2,657 
3,248 
5,951 
2,655 
S,'ji8 
3,094 
3,047 
3,008 
4,231 
4,598 
2,666 
2,917 
5,546 
4,095 
2,645 
3,169 
6,986 
3,976 
6,638 
2,771 
3,269 
4,098 
3,052 
4,093 
3,183 
2,763 
2,701 
4,363 
2,204 
3,155 
5,443 
2,635 
3,643 
3,848 



Faimilies. 
Families. 



1901. 



7,570 
5,505 
4,1 — 
5,187 
8,960 

16,425 
3,282 
4,314 
5,376 
5,355 
5,799 
4,450 
4,891 
5,020 
4,137 
5,235 
8,413 
4,061 

10,847 

18,746 

3,756 
3,620 
3,330 
3,963 
4,077 

307,304 

3,052 
3,285 
7,638 
3,975 
3,436 
3,610 
3,946 
2,847 
4,801 
6,309 
3,379 
3,137 
8,269 
6,191 
2,769 
3,949 
8,232 
5,200 

11,230 
2,812 
4.754 
4;357 
3,233 
5,669 
3,252 
2,919 
3,353 
4,905 
2,635 
3,650 

13,098 
3,037 
4,429 
3,912 



1891. 



6,591 
5,189 
3,965 
4,946 
8,273 
13,992 
3,202 
4,000 
4,827 
4,868 
5,247 
4,502 
4,638 
4,805 
4,384 
4,851 
7,018 
4,110 
7,970 

18,601 

3,828 

3,488 

3,328 

3, 

3,959 

271,991 

2,714 

3,739 

6,524 

2,888 

3,555 

3,603 

3,373 

3,117 

4,468 

5,057 

2,836 

3,028 

6,348 

4,309 

2,688 

3,367 

7,823 

4,196 

7,207 

2,808 

3,561 

4,625 

3,363 

4,313 

3,339 

2,988 

2,821 

4,630 

2,578 

3,466 

6,712 

3,083 

3,931 

4,004 



Population. 



1901. 



39,277 
26,964 
19,271 
28,765 
45,621 
81,712 
16,258 
19,963 
27,124 
25,470 
26,090 
20,570 
23,801 
23,767 
18,717 
24,432 
40,405 
18,778 
63,741 

103,259 

19,826 
19,994 
20,075 
21,428 
21,936 

1,648,898 

16,407 
16,291 
43,129 
21,732 
18,706 
18,982 
24,495 
13,397 
24,318 
35,159 
19,334 
15,693 
48,291 
26,460 
14,438 
21,007 
44,484 
30,683 
56,919 
13,979 
26,168 
22,255 
19,099 
30,931 
17,623 
14,993 
19,743 
26,210 
14,439 
20,039 
65,178 
15,813 
23,621 
18,482 



1891. 



35,801 
28,203 
20,824 
26,632 
43,564 
73,827 
16,849 
20,455 
25,325 
26,139 
25,132 
23,387 
24,966 
24,373 
21,629 
25,011 
35,148 
20,284 
41,857 

109,078 

21,694 
20,723 
20,987 
23,464 
22,210 

1,488,536 

15,158 
19,522 
37,222 
16,662 
18,368 
18,849 
20,835 
14,709 
23,961 
29,267 
19,038 
15,800 
38,281 
22,779 
15,02r 
19,017 
43,923 
26,875 
35,766 
14,385 
19,482 
22,921 
20,454 
24,779 
19,065 
14,661 
16,504 
25,995 
13,823 
20,688 
32,514 
17,829 
22,233 
19,456 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. i 

Tableau ii. Demeures, PamiUes et Population en 1891-1901, compar^es par districts 

de reoensement. 



No. 



Districts. 



171 Montcalm 

172 Montmagny 

173 Montmorency 

174 Montreal, Ste. Anne 

175 Montreal, St. Antoine 

176 Montreal, St. Jacques 

177 Montreal, St. Laurent 

178 Montreal, Ste. Marie 

179 Nicolet 

180 Pontiac 

181 Portneuf 

182 Quebec, Centre 

183 Quebec, East— Est 

184 Quebec, West— Quest 

185 Quebec, County — Comte 

186 Richelieu 

187 Richmond & Wolfe 

188 Rimouski 

189 Rouville 

190 St. Hyaointhe.^ 

191 St. .Jean & Iberville 

192 ShefEord 

193 Sherbrooke 

194 Soulanges 

195 Stanstead 

196 Temisoouata 

197 iTerrebonne 

198 iTrois-Rivi^res & St. Maurice. 

199 |Vaudreuil . . , 

200 "' ■" 
201 



202 
203 
204 
205 



206 



Wright. 

Yamaska 

Unorganized Districts — 

Abitibi "l 

Ashuanipi V 

Mistassini J 

Nortliwest Territories. 



Alberta 

Assiniboia, East — Est . . . . 
Assiniboia, West— Quest. 
Saskatchewan 



ITnorganlzed Territories 



/Yukon 

\ Other Ter— Autres Ter. . 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



1901. 



2,512 
2,725 
2,115 
4,178 
7,759 
7,899 
8,711 
7,956 
4,569 
4,399 
4,670 
3,194 
6,920 
1,423 
3,682 
3,172 
6,370 
6,046 
3,232 
4,060 
3,665 
4,551 
3,221 
1,824 
3,882 
4,441 
4,996 
4,564 
1,820 
7,355 
2,769 



420 



32,195 

13,791 
9,825 
3,701 

4,878 

11,169 

6,546 
4,623 



1891. 



2,187 
2,484 
1,990 
4,288 
7,143 
6,301 
7,564 
6,636 
4,684 
3,646 
4,129 
2,675 
4,274 
1,364 
3,428 
3,102 
5,418 
4,699 
3,595 
3,329 
3,947 
4,192 
2,582 
1,742 
3,427 
3,757 
4,054 
3,572 
1,873 
6,728 
2,669 



14,129 

5,154 
4,644 
2,121 
2,210 

6,850 
6,850 



Families. 
Eamilles. 



1901. 



2,589 

2,799 

2,183 

4,576 

8,301 

8,170 

9,338 

8,383 

4,775 

4,483 

4,985 

3,618 

7,642 

1,620 

3,954 

3,522 

6,652 

6,773 

3,321 

4,207 

3,855 

4,615 

3,445 

1,851 

4,005 

4,724 

5,150 

4,699 

1,854 

7,1 

2,905 



571 



34,291 

14,823 

10,377 

3,731 

5,360 

13,560 

7,013 
6,547 



1891. 



Population. 



2,438 
2,736 
2,124 
4,679 
7,780 
7,327 
8,357 
7,251 
5,172 
3,702 
4,417 
3,034 
7,073 
1,669 
3,r" 
3,600 
5,716 
5,541 
3,764 
4,009 
4,180 
4,431 
2,998 
1,823 
3,698 
4,010 
4,106 
3,810 
1,963 
7,008 
2,898 



14,415 

5,232 

4,< 

2,203 

2,287 

7,148 
7,148 



1901. 



13,001 
14,767 
12,311 
23,368 
47,653 
42,618 
48,808 
40,631 
26,590 
25,722 
27,159 
20,366 
39,325 

9,149 
22,101 
18,576 
34,137 
40,157 
15,990 
21,543 
19,536 
23,628 
18,426 

9,928 
18,998 
29,185 
26,816 
26,167 
10,445 
44,800 
16,204 



2,405 



158,940 

65,876 
49,693 
17,692 
25,679 

52,709 

f 27,219 
\ 25,490 



1891. 



12,131 
14,726 
12,309 
24,685 
44,626 
35,830 
42,803 
34,746 
28,735 
22,084 
25,813 
17,649 
36,200 

9,241 
19,503 
20,483 
31,347 
33,430 
19,354 
21,135 
23,268 
23,263 
16,088 

9,608 
18,067 
25,698 
23,128 
21,101 
10,792 
38,781 
16,058 



66,799 

25,277 

20,482 

9,890 

11,150 

32,168 
32,168 



10 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table hi. Sex and Conjugal Condition in 1891-1901, compared by Census Districts. 



No. 



Districts. 



Sex— Sexe. 



Male. 
Homme. 



1901. 



1801. 



Female. 
Femme. 



1901. 



1891. 



Single— Non- 



Male. 
Homme. 



1901. 



1891. 



Fe- 
Fem- 



1901. 



13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



CANADA. 



Britisli Columbia. 



Burrard 

New Westminster . 

Vancouver 

Victoria 

Yale & Cariboo 



Klanltoba. 

K°"}Selkirk,1891.... 

M:?qSett'}Marquette,189l{ 

Provencber 

Selkirk (Lisgar, 1891) 

Winnipeg. 



tiewr Brunswick. 



Albert 

Carleton ., 

Charlotte ' 

Gloucester 

Kent ; 

Kings .' 

Northumberland 

Restigouohe . . T 

St.John.City & Co— Cit^etco. 



22 jSunbury & Queens . . 



26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 



43 
44 



46 



Victoria . 
Westmorland. 
York 



Nova Scotia. 



Annapolis 

Antigonish 

Cape Breton 

Colchester 

Cumberland 

Digby 

Guysborough 

Halifax, City & Co — Cite et co. 

Hants 

Inverness 

Kings 

Lunenburg 

Pictou 

Richmond 

Shelburne & Queens 

Victoria 

Yarmouth 



Ontario. 



Addington 

Algoma 

Bothwell 

Brant, South— Sud. 



2,751,708 2,460,471 2,619,607 



114,160 

26,060 
15,017 
16,968 
14,275 
41,840 

138,504 

21,788 

24,480 

20,385 

19,189 

13,033 

17, 

21,940 

168,639 

5,693 
11,090 
. 11,371 
14,165 
12,268 
11,146 
14,798 

5,425 
25,059 

8,819 
11,273 
21,389 
16,143 

233,642 

9,542 

6,742 
26,740 
12,558 
18,65'9 
10,365 

9,569 
37,054 
10,185 
12,346 
10,979 
16,681 
16,664 

6,839 
12,333 

5,254 
11,112 

1,096,640 

12,657 
37,503 
13,170 
13,020 



63,003 

15,709 
11,525 
11,203 

11,724 
12,842 

84,342 

30,099 

■ 20,653 

8,222 
11,962 
13,406 

163,739 

5, 
11,632 
12,184 
12,634 
12,263 
n,776 
13,294 

4,252 
23,873 

9,432 

9,626 
21,211 
15,733 

227,093 

9,792 

7,960 

. 17,239 

13,886 

17,999 

10,196 

8,836 
35,151 
11,188 
12,954 
11,352 
15,944 
17,316 

7,252 
12,943 

6,157 
10,928 

1,069,487 

12,477 
20,916 
13,583 
11,456 



64,497 

16,000 
8,805 

10,230 
9,413 

20,049 

116,707 

17,517 
20,472 
16,686 
14,886 
11,829 
14,917 
20,400 

162,481 

5,232 
10,631 
11,044 
13,771 
11,690 
10,509 
13,745 

5,161 
26,700 

8,087 

9,863 
20,671 
15,477 

225,932 

9,300 

6,875 

.22,426 

. 12,342 

17,489 

9,957 
-8,751 
37,608 

9,871 
12,007 
10,958 
15,708 
16,795 

6,676 
12,095 

5,317 
11,757 

1,086,307 

11,833 

26,347 
12,053 
13,687 



2,372,768 

35,170 

8,6.^1 
6,341 
7,026 
6,814 
6,338 

68,164 

[ 23,127 

\ 15,416 

7,247 
10,141 
12,233 

157,524 

5,142 
10,897 
11,E 
12,263 
11,682 
11,311 
12,419 

4,056 
25,701 

8,482 

8,591 
20,266 
15,246 



1,748,582 
75,093 

17,220 
9,419 

10,330 
9,014 

29,110 

92,875 

' 14,769 
16,753 

■ 13,743 

13,045 

8,758 

11,711 

14,096 

109,043 

3,709 

6,817 

7,096 

9,628 

8,189 

7,112 

9,979 

3,628 

15,604 

5,673 

7,500 

13,848 

10,260 



l,601,i541 1,564,011 



223,303 150,158 



9,558 

8,154 

17,005 

13,274 

16,530 

9,701 

8,359 

36,207 

10,864 

12,825 

11,137 

15,131 

17.225 

7,147 

12,623 

6,275 

11,288 

1,044,834 

11,674 
16,654 
12,010 
11,903 



.5,687 
4,615 

18,233 
7,945 

11,819 
6,546 
6,264 

2g,917 
6,555 
8,526 
6,769 

10,361 

10,726 
4,424 
7,477 
3,549 
6,745 

677,798 

7,913 

25,365 

8,086 

7,636 



42,580 

10,852 
7,975 
6,779 
8,576 
8,398 

58,004 



I 20,775 

} 14,518 

5,622 
8,300 
8,789 

108,111 

3,843 

7,387 

7,824 

8,737 

8,407 

7,666 

9,227 

2,915 

15,036 

6,281 

6,582 

13,924 

10,282 

149,436 

5,978 
5,600 

11,978 
9,082 

11,887 
6,558 
5,904 

23,024 
7,470 
9,223 
7,267 

10,136 

11,540 
4,705 
8,030 
4,278 
6,776 

688,649 

7,939 

14,045 

8,760 

7,032 



35,274 

8,844 
4,847 
5,329 
5,159 
11,095 

71,043 

r 10,529 

I 12,821 

f 10,047 

L 8,866 

7,513 

8,918 

12,349 

97,977 

3,052 
5,901 
6,352 
8,883 
7,368 
6,142 
8,563 
3,252 

15,864 
4,709 
6,051 

12,735 
9,105 

134,364 

5,067 
4,450 

13,896 
7,233 

10,192 
5-,81l 
5,165 

22,778 
5,889 
7,726 
6,281. 
8,898 

10,071 
3,940 
6,702 
3,367 
6,898 

632,604 

6,775 

15,489 

6,705 

7,671 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 11 

Tableau hi. Sexe et Etat civil en 1891-1901, compares par districts de recensement. 



















Divorced. [ 




maries. 


Married- 


-Maries. 




Widowed— En veuvage 


. 
























Divorces. 




male. 


Male. 


Female. 


Male. 


Female. 


2 , S^, 1 


N° 


me. 


Homme. 


Femme. 


Homme. 


Fem 


me. g o « g , 




1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1901. 




1,451,851 


928,952 


796,153 


904,091 


791,902 


73,837 


62,777 


151,181 


129,015 


337 


324 




18,471 


36,429 


18,811 


26,090 


14,809 


2,586 


1,612 


3,096 


1,890 


52 


37 




4,676 


8,228 


4,524 


6,323 


3,596 


610 


333 


,832 


379 


2 


1 


1 


3,438 


5,260 


3,269 


3,565 


2,583 


331 


281 


387 


320 


7 


6 


' 2 


3,380 


6,164 


4,047 


4,307 


- 3,185 


467 


377 


587 


461 


7 


7 


3 


3,841 


4,941 


2,935 


3,616 


2,649 


313 


213 


629 


324 


7 


9 


4 


3,136 


11,836 


4,036 


8,279 


2,796 


865 


408 


661 


406 


29 


14 


' 5 


42,066 


42,881 


24,821 


41,679 


24,065 


2,730 


1,517 


3,968 


2,033 


« 


17 




'• 14,008 


f 6,553 
\ 7,311 


} 8,835 


f 6,39g 
1 7,136 


8,567 


f 466 
1 412 


1 489 


/ 591 
t 514 


]• 552 


{-4 


2 
1 


6 

7 


9,464 


f 6,243 
1 5,789 


1 5,751 


f 6,064 
\ 5,585 


■ 5,524 


I 399 
1 353 


384 


f 574 
433 


} 428 


{-2 


1 
2 


8 
9 


4,701 


4,041 


2,454 


3,981 


2,377 


232 


146 


332 


169 


2 


3 


10 


6,447 


5,530 


3,396 


5,377 


3,342 


445 


266 


621 


352 


3 


1 


11 


7,446 


7,414 


4,385 


7,141 


4,255 


423 


232 


903 


532 


7 


i 


'12 


97,246 


54,745 


51,153 


54,310 


51,235 


4,816 


4,475 


10,149 


9,043 


35 


45 




3,004 


1,842 


1,835 


1,826 


1,849 


142 


151 


353 


289 




1 


13 


6,354 


3,950 


3,939 


3,944 


3,944 


320 


306 


682 


599 


" 3 


4 


14 


6,835 


3,840 


3,944 


3,850 


3,953 


4S1 


416 


82» 


780 


4 


13 


15 


8,080 


4,293 


3,657 


4,254 


3,659 


244 


240 


634 


524 






16 


7,538 


3,738 


3,546 


3,744 


3,551 


339 


310 


574 


493 


" 2 


" 4 


17 


6,889 


3,680 


3,727 


3,602 


3,732 


349 


383 


761 


740 


5 


4 


18 


7,984 


4,448 


3,711 


4,418 


3,725 


370 


356 


763 


>710 


1 


1 


19 


2,639 


1,689 


1,267 


1,681 


1,261 


106 


70 


227 


156 


2 


1 


20 


15,540 


8,614 


8,075 


8,582 


8,110 


839 


762 


2,245 


2,051 


2 


9 


21 


5,098 


2,859 


2,865 


2,813 


2,864 


286 


286 


565 


520 


1 




22 


5,476 


3,483 


2,817 


3,435 


2,823 


285 


227 


376 


292 


5 


" 1 


23 


12,492 


6,941 


6,770 


6,784 


6,752 


595 


517 


1,150 


1,022 


5 


2 


24 


9,367 


5,368 


5,000 


5,377 


5,012 


510 


451 


990 


867 


5 


5 


25 


136,707 


76,866 


71,653 


75,619 


71,773 


6,569 


6,004 


15,907 


14,823 


49 


42 




5,378 


3,545 


3,509 


3,521 


3,528 


304 


303 


708 


652 


6 


4 


26 


■^,466 


1,841 


2,092 


1,847 


2,092 


284 


268 


577 


596 


2 


1 


27 


11,066 


. 7,957 


4,827 


7,117 


4,842 


546 


434 


1,410 


1,097 


4 


3 


28 


8,000 


4,223 


. 4,428 


4,179 


4,418 


• 388 


376 


927 


856 


2 


3 


29 


9,919 


6,363 


-5,680 


6,284 


5,670 


490 


432 


1,011 


941 


7 


2 


30 


5,712 


3,525 


3,398 


3,498 


3,416 


292 


240 


647 


573 


2 


1 


31 


5.083 


3,044 


2,718 


2,'9S5 


' 2,734 


257 


214 


592 


542 


4 


5 


32 


22^409 


12,119 


11,1.31 


12,110 


11,193 


1,010 


996 


2,710 


, 1 2,605 


8 


10 


33 


6,712 


3,286 


3,424 


3,283 


3,424 


343 


294 


699 


728 


1 




34 


8,630 


3,454 


3,395 


3,380 


3,394 


366 


336 


900 


801 




" 1 


35 


6,661 


3,863 


3,742 


.3,859 


3,740 


346 


343 


815 


736 


" 1 


s 


36 


8,865 


5,923 


5,496 


5,881 


5,500 


394 


312 


928 


766 


3 


1 


37 


10,641 


5,430 


5,280 


5,429 


5,276 


.507 


496 


1,294 


1,308 


1 


1 


38 


4,265 


2,173 


2,349 


2,179 


2,34e 


242 


198 


557 


537 




.. 


39 


7,130 


4,466 


4,575 


4,444 


4,568 


384 


338 


944 


924 


" 6 


1 


40 


4,120 


1,544 


1,710 


1,537 


1,72£ 


160 


169 


413 


430 


1 




41 


0,650 


4,110 


3,899 


4,082 


3,907 


256 


253 


775 


731 


1 




! 42 


631,747 


387,778 


353,060 


383,667 


352,798 


30,95E 


27,778 


69,916 


60,28£ 


lOS 


12( 


) 


6,787 
10,098 


4,435 


4,267 


4,409 


4,26£ 


SOS 


271 


648 


625 


.. 


: 


43 


11,230 


6,360 


9,729 


5,9K 


904 


511 


1,124 


57C 


4 


; 


) 44 


6,925 
6,896 


4,685 


4,484 


4,681 


4,48S 


39e 


?Sfl 


66E 


6o; 


i 


: 


! 45 


4,9.56 


4,078 


4,902 


4,08! 


) 427 


346 


1,10£ 


911: 


1 




5 46 



12 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table hi. Sex and Conjugal Condition in 1891-1901, compared by Census Districts. 



No. 



47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
62 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 



70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 



90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 

106 

107 

108 



Districts. 



Sex — Sexe. 



BrookviUe 

Bruce, East — Est 

Bruce, North — Nord .... 

Bruce, West — Quest 

Oardwell 

Carleton 

Cornwall & Stormont . . . 

Duudas 

Durham, East — Est 

Durham, West — Quest.. . 

Elgiri? Bast— Est 

Elgin, West— Quest 

Essex, North — Nord 

Essex, South — Sud 

Frontenao 

Glengarry 

Grenville, South — Sud.. 

Grey, East— Est 

Grey, North— Nord 

Grey, South— Sud 

Haldimajid & Monok 

Halton 

Hamilton 

Hastings, East — Est. .... 

Hastings, North — Nord. 

Hastings, West — Quest. . 

Huron, East — Est 

Huron, South— Sud 

Huron, West — Quest. . . . 

Kent 

Kingston 

Lambton, East — Est 

Lambton, Weot — Quest. . 

Lanark, North — Nord 

Lanark, South — Sud 

Leeds & GrenviUe, North 

Leeds, South — Sua 

Lennox 

Lincoln & Niagara 

London 

Middlesex, East— Est 

Middlesex, North— Nord. . 

Middlesex, South— Sud 

Middlesex, West — Quest 

Muskoka & Parry Sound . . . 

Nipissing 

Norfolk, North— Nord 

Norfolk, South— Sud 

Northumberland, East — Est 
Northumberland, West — Quest 

Ontario, North — Nord 

Qntario, South — Sud 

Ontario, West— Quest 

Ottawa 

Oxford, North- Nord 

Oxford, South— Sud 

Peel 

Perth, North— Nord 

Perth, South— Sud 

Peterborough, East — Est. . . 
Peterborough, West— Quest. 
Prescott 



■N. 



Male. 
Homme. 



1901. 



1891. 



7,585 
9,709 
11,023 
9,177 
6,827 
9,966 
13,503 
9,867 
7,125 
6,436 
13,482 
11,914 
16,976 
12,896 
6,444 
10,987 
6,406 
12,993 
13,821 
11,246 
10,311 
9,799 
24,925 
8,967 
12,589 
8,497 
8,618 
8,721 
9,277 
16,228 
8,223 
11,710 
11,159 
8,966 
9,554 
6,660 
10,576 
6,690 
13,561 
11,265 
13,355 
8,780 
9,419 
8,016 
18,231 
20,974 
9,406 
10,560 
10.247 
6,397 
10,717 
8,337 
8,285 
27,442 
12,770 
10,956 
6,896 
13,622 
8,944 
11,563 
8,171 
13,827 



7,734 
10,975 
10,820 
11,.391 
8,092 
8,516 
13,621 
10,037 
8,501 
7,663 
13,441 
12,308 
16,247 
12,407 
7,139 
11,072 
6,440 
13,637 
13,532 
12,111 
11,040 
11,190 
23,567 
9,323 
11,590 
9,324 
9,558 
9,593 
9,973 
16,139 
9,061 
12,540 
11,864 
9,589 
9,848 
6,682 
11,328 
7,613 
13,230 
10,560 
13,042 
9,639 
9,473 
8,815 
14,420 
10,016 
9,918 
11,496 
11,092 
7,426 
10,829 
9,621 
9,524 
20,230 
13,194 
11,261 
7,819 
13,486 
9,777 
11,415 
7,798 
12,402 



Female. 
Femme. 



1901. 



1891. 



8,316 
9,604 
10,274 
9,233 
6,233 
9,411 
13,539 
9,890 
7,339 
6,670 
13,766 
11,281 
16,442 
12,430 
5,564 
11,144 
6,425 
1^39^ 
13,230 
10,925 
9,741 
9,746 
27,709 
8,479 
11,484 
9,275 
8,649 
8,727 
9,49" 
15,638 
9,738 
11,335 
11,227 
9,214 
9,933 
6,987 
10,609 
6,731 
14,005 
13,150 
13,254 
8,675 
9,384 
7,827 
15,443 
15,577 
9,251 
10,339 
10,248 
6,658 
9,97S 
8,456 
8,41C 
30,198 
12,587 
10,841 
6,791 
13,524 
8,917 
10,727 
8,834 
13,208 



8,119 
10,380 
10,051 
10,986 
7,290 
8,018 
13,535 
10,095 
8,552 
7,711 
13,283 
11,617 
15,276 
11,615 
6,306 
11,375 
6,489 
12,588 
12,809 
11,561 
10,423 
10,792 
25,392 
8,727 
10,480 
9,640 
9,410 
9,591 
10,048 
15,295 
10,202 
11,729 
11,582 
9,671 
10,014 
6,839 
11,121 
7,287 
13,813 
11,721 
12,527 
9,451 
9,333 
8,473 
12,095 
7,954 
9,482 
11,206 
10,903 
7,521 
9,894 
9,412 
9,268 
22,251 
12,937 
11,160 
7,647 
13,421 
9,623 
10,504 
8,010 
11,771 



Single — Non- 



Male. 
Homme. 



1901. 



1891. 



4,319 
6,365 
7,039 
5,832 
4,449 
6,513 
8,501 
5,847 
4,251 
3,720 
7,418 
7,174 

10,594 
7,653 
4,101 
7,344 
3,740 
8,176 
8,833 
7,186 
6,214 
6,042 

14,876 
6,355 
8,021 
4,902 
5,235 
5,418 
5,786 
9,871 
4,953 
7,2.37 
6,755 

5,r-- 

6,040 
4,001 
6,262 
3,759 
7,786 
6,637 
8,044 
5,383 
5,f 
4,851 
12,154 
14,177 
5,252 
5,992 
5,839 
3,881 
6,858 
4,993 
4,890 
16,967 
7,851 
6,275 
4,380 
8,555 
5,546 
7,408 
5,010 
9,167 



4,728 
7,487 
7,249 
7,767 
5,545 
6,748 
8,780 
6,262 
6,400 
4,751 
7,953 
7,858 
10,445 
7,754 
4,747 
7,569 
4,012 
9,078 
9,053 
8,089 
7,021 
7,232 
14,652 
5,894 
7,608 
5,655 
6,154 
6,338 
6,561 
10,377 
5,819 
8,100 
7,695 
6,525 
6,558 
4,169 
7,081 
4,595 
7,979 
6,662 
8,267 
6,246 
5,923 
5,704 
9,706 
6,787 
5,869 
6,999 
6,718 
4,744 
7,135 
6,052 
6,845 
12,792 
8,468 
6,815 
6,137 
8,865 
6,320 
7,604 
5,040 
8,439 



Fe- 
Fem- 



1901. 



4,611 
6,033 
6,085 
5,.539 
3,729 
5,707 
8,072 
5,577 
4,130 
3,717 
7,089 
6,193 
9,620 
6,996 
3,208 
7,110 
3,546 
7,288 
7,887 
6,611 
5,431 
5,697 
16,081 
4,673 
6,745 
5,131 
5,057 
5,179 
5,632 
8,841 
5,831 
6,488 
6,457 
5,767 
6,016 
4,011 
5,917 
3,441 
7,642 
7,702 
7,442 
5,009 
5,268 
4,397 
9,389 
9,528 
4,806 
5,401 
5,514 
3,862 
5,927 
4,669 
4,645 
18,539 
7,251 
5,813 
4,016 
7,984 
5,200 
6,402 
5,295 
8,310 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 13 

Tableau hi. Sexe et Etat civil en 1891-1901, compares par districts de recensement. 





















Divorced. 




marife. 




Married- 


—Marias. 




Widowed — En veuvage. 




- 






















Divorc^. 




male. 


Male. 


Female. 


Male. 


Female. 


ale. 
mme. 


Female. 
Femme. 


N° 


me. 


Homme. 


Femme. 


Homme. 


Fumme. 


^ w 




1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1901. 




4,678 


3,035 


2,804 


3,069 


2,808 


230 


202 


636 


633 


1 




47 


6,718 


3,076 


3,236 


3,042 


3,238 


266 


252 


V 529 


424 


2 




48 


6,290 


3,700 


3,348 


3,670 


3,346 


283 


223 


519 


415 


1 




49 


7,002 


3,046 


3,393 


3,043 


3,411 


299 


241 


651 


573 


1 




50 


4,565 


2,145 


2,314 


2,120 


2,314 


233 


233 


384 


411 






51 


5,006 


8,212 


2,580 


3,158 


2,584 


239 


188 


543 


428 


" 2 


" 3 


52 


8,276 


4,627 


4,517 


4,588 


4,482 


375 


324 


879 


777 






53 


6,006 


3,735 


3,493 


3,704 


3,506 


285 


282 


609 


583 






54 


5,153 


2,620 


2,884 


2;643 


2,892 


253 


217 


566 


507 


" 1 




55 


4,487 


2,472 


2,669 


2,465 


2,671 


242 


243 


488 


553 


2 




56 


• 7,267 


5,638 


5,125 


5,563 


5,126 


423 


363 


1,109 


890 


3 


" 5 


57 


6,836 


4,342 


4,080 


4,283 


4,084 


396 


370 


797 


697 


2 


3 


58 


9,154 


5,947 


5,359 


5,870 


5,348 


433 


443 


949 


774 


2 


3 


59 


, 6,788 


4,865 


4,308 


4,822 


4,306 


374 


345 


610 


521 


4 


2 


60 


3,853 


2,163 


2,182 


1,997 


2,097 


179 


210 


359 


356 


1 




61 


7,445 


3,354 


3,205 


3,324 


3.206 


289 


298 


710 


724 






62 


3,778 


2,469 


2,233 


2,419 


2,238 


196 


195 


460 


473 


" 1 




63 


7,787 


4,478 


4,226 


4,471 


4,238 


339 


333 


635 


563 






64 


8,044 


4,587 


4,141 


4,535 


4,155 


401 


338 


806 


610 




" 2 


65 


7,303 


3,735 


3,733 


3,686 


3,726 


324 


289 


627 


532 


" 1 


1 


6G 


6,082 


3,755 


3,699 


3,674 


3,704 


342 


320 


636 


637 






67 


6,515 


3,451 


3,612 


3,398 


3,619 


305 


346 


648 


658 


" 1 


■ 3 


68 


15,243 


9,361 


8,300 


9,430 


8,318 


686 


615 


2,192 


1,831 


2 


6 


69 


5,061 


3,320 


3,145 


3,253 


3,151 


292 


284 


553 


515 






70 


6,258 


4,213 


3,691 


4,163 


3,698 


353 


291 


576 


524 


' 2 




71 


5,489 


3,370 


3,410 


3,371 


3,420 


225 


259 


772 


731 




" 1 


72 


5,867 


3,104 


3,114 


3,114 


3,118 


279 


290 


477 


425 




1 


73 


6,088 


3,053 


2,990 


3,061 


2,988 


249 


265 


486 


515 


" 1 


1 


74 


6,273 


3,222 


3,142 


3,207 


3,148 


269 


270 


637 


627 




1 


75 


9,073 


5,832 


5,319 


5,809 


5,290 


517 


443 


985 


932 


" 8 


3 


76 


6,377 


3,034 


2,983 


2,990 


2,980 


236 


259 


916 


845 




1 


77 


7,043 


4,137 


4,172 


4,160 


4,166 


333 


268 


683 


520 


" 3 


4 


78 


7,027 


4,060 


3,'884 


3,999 


^'i^ 


343 


285 


771 


670 


1 




79 


6,282 


2,885 


2,849 


2,898 


2,858 


215 


215 


549 


531 






80 


6,331 


3,279 


3,039 


3,261 


3,046 


235 


251 


656 


637 






81 


4,030 


2,439 


2,346 


2,441 


2,355 


220 


167 


535 


454 






82 


6,463 


3,952 


3,935 


3,946 


3,943 


362 


312 


746 


715 






83 


3,992 


2,713 


2,774 


2,717 


2,759 


215 


244 


573 


636 


" 3 




84 


7,889 


5,299 


4,838 


5,195 


4,848 


474 


413 


1,165 


1,076 


2 


" 3 


85 


7,158 


4,278 


3,618 


4,265 


3,637 


350 


280 


^'IS 


926 






86 


7,464 


4,971 


4,401 


5,023 


4,402 


340 


374 


789 


661 






87 


5,752 


3,079 


3,118 


3,077 


3,137 


316 


275 


589 


562 


" 2 




88 


5,500 


3,477 


3,255 


3,484 


3,249 


303 


295 


631 


584 


1 


" 1 


89 


5,123 


2,854 


2,821 


2,848 


2,824 


310 


290 


581 


526 


1 


1 


90 


7,420 


5,637 


4,419 


5,493 


4,384 


439 


295 


561 


291 


1 




91 


4,798 


6,400 


3,054 


5,556 


2,939 


393 


175 


489 


217 


4 


4 


92 


5,175 


3,846 


3,758 


3,849 


3,760 


303 


291 


591 


547 


5 


5 


93 


6,300 


4,232 


4,157 


4,233 


4,153 


334 


340 


702 


753 


2 


3 


94 


6,160 


4,058 


4,052 


4,013 


4,059 


350 


322 


721 


684 






95 


4,553 
6,C42 
5,461 
5,306 
13,802 
7,801 
6,324 


2,274 


2,418 


2,242 


2,420 


242 


264 


553 


548 




" 1 


96 


3,573 


3,399 


3,557 


3,411 


286 


295 


486 


441 




2 


97 


3,089 


3,310 


3,117 


3,314 


255 


259 


670 


637 






98 


3,126 


3,404 


3,105 


3,399 


268 


275 


660 


563 


" 1 




99 


9,717 


6,945 


9,531 


6,930 


753 


493 


2,119 


1,519 


5 


"9100 


4,484 


4,372 


4,453 


4,373 


433 


354 


881 


763 


2 


2 


101 


4,316 


4,108 


4,262 


4,111 


365 


338 


765 


725 




1 


102 


4,658 
8,378 
5,936 
6,524 
4,939 
7,5S0 


2,316 


2,461 


2,317 


2,462 


200 


221 


458 


527 






103 


4,721 


4,299 


4,721 


4,310 


346 


■ 322 


819 


733 






104 


3,131 


3,129 


3,128 


3,138 


267 


328 


589 


549 






105 


3,863 


3,513 


3,802 


3,511 


292 


298 


522 


469 




" 1 


KiC 


2,943 


2,523 


2,955 


2,535 


218 


235 


584 


536 






107 


4,354 


3,716 


4,318 


3,710 


305 


247 


579 


481 


" 1 


" 1 


lOS 



14 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Tablk III. Sex and Conjugal Condition in 1891-1901, compared by Census Districts. 



No. 



109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
12^ 
129 
130 
131 



132 
133 
134 
135 
136 



137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 



districts. 



Prince Edward 

Renfrew, North — Nerd 

Renfrew, South— Sud . . . . 

Russell 

Simcoe, East — Est 

Simooe, North— Nord 

Simcoe, South — Sud 

Toronto, Centre . 

Toronto, East— Est 

Toronto, West — Quest 

Victoria, North — Nord. . . . 

Victoria, South — Sud 

Waterloo, North — Nord . . . 

Waterloo, South— Sud 

Welland 

Wellington, Centre 

Wellington, North— Nord . 
Wellington, South — Sud . . . 
Wentworth & Brant, N . . . 
Wentworth, South — Sud. . . 

York, East— Est 

York, North— Nord 

York, West — Quest 



Prince Edward Isl'd 



Kings 

Prince, East — Est 

Prince, West — Quest. . 

Queens, East- Est 

Queens, West — Quest . 

Quebec 



Argenteuil 

Bagot 

Beauce 

Beauharnois 

Bellechasse 

Berthier 

Bonaventure 

Brome 

Chambly & Vercheres . . . . 

Champlain 

Charlevoix 

Chateauguay 

Chiooutimi &; Saguenay . . . 

Compton 

Deux-Montagnes 

Dorchester 

Drummond & Arthabaska . 

Gasp^ 

Hochelaga 

Huntingdon 

Jacques-Cartier 

Joliette 

Kaniouraska 

Labelle (Ottawa in 1891) .. . 

Laprairie & NapierviUe 

L' Assomption 

Laval 

Levis 



Sex— Sexe. 



Male. 
Homjne. 



1901. 



8,676 
12,,o82 
14,091 
18,190 
20,185 
13,489 

9,868 
13,021 
21,272 
38,571 

8,571 
10,039 
13,360 
12,324 
12,986 
10,420 
12,217 
11,649 

9,604 
12,222 
19,619 

9,592 
26,148 

51,959 

10,161 
10,032 
10.200 
10,901 
10,665 

824,45-! 

8,4.52 

8,134 

21,966 

10,869 

9,412 

9,489 

12,465 

6,974 

lt,991 

18,063 

9,768 

7,909 

25,343 

13,992 

7,340 

10,840 

22,667 

15,901 

27,688 

6,991 

12,981 

11,228 

9,660 

16,0S3 

8,815 

7,433 

9,776 

12,919 



1891. 



9,298 
11,486 
12,190 
16,432 
18,445 
14,312 
10,726 
12,749 
20,824 
35,948 

8,889 
10,437 
12,668 
12,342 
12,476 
11,977 
12,913 
11,963 
11,056 
12,635 
17,468 
10,409 
21,423 

54,881 

11,050 
10,382 
10,645 
11,978 
10,826 

744,141 

7,756 

9,871 

19,127 

8,262 

9,229 

9,419 

10,556 

7,666 

11,845 

14,915 

9,587 

8,002 

19,963 

12,039 

7,652 

9,729 

22,490 

13,945 

17,738 

7,269 

9,623 

11,588 

10,174 

12,881 

9,551 

7,190 

8,217 

12,744 



Female. 
Eemme. 



1901. 



9,188 
11,974 
13,585 
16,976 
19,092 
13,475 

9,403 
15,744 
24,349 
43,141 

7,687 

9,914 
13,764 
13,146 
13,104 
10,150 
11,584 
12,118 

9,113 
12,210 
20,786 

9,186 
27,593 

51,300 

9,665 

9,962 

9,875 

10,527 

11,271 

824,444 

7,955 

8,157 

21,163 

10,863 

9,294 

9,493 

12,030 

6,423 

12,327 

17,096 

9,566 

7,784 

22,948 

12,468 

7,098 

10,167 

21,817 

14,782 

29,331 

6,988 

13,187 

11,027 

9,439 

14,878 

8,708 

7,560 

9,967 

13,291 



1891. 



9,591 
10,998 
11,781 
15,211 
17,356 
13,891 
10,098 
13,883 
62,740 
37,879 

7,960 
10,018 
12,657 
12,797 
12,656 
11,410 
12,043 
12,410 
10,573 
12,376 
17,680 

9,875 
20,434 

54,197 

10,644 
10,341 
10,342 
11,486 
11,384 

744,394 

7,402 

9,651 

18,095 

8,400 

9,139 

9,430 

10,279 

7,043 

12,116 

14,352 

9,451 

7,798 

18,318 

10,740 

7,375 

9,288 

21,433 

12,930 

18,028 

7,116 

9,859 

11,333 

10,280 

11,898 

9,514 

7,471 

8,287 

13,251 



Single — Non- 



Male. 
Homme. 



1901. 



4,321 

8,391 

9,543 

12,044 

13,088 

8.b69 

6,223 

8,090 

12,794 

23,018 

5,523 

6,239 

8,345 

7,517 

7,710 

6,604 

7,775 

7,198 

5,764 

7,241 

11,818 

5,864 

15,947 

34,860 

6,944 
6,607 
6,919 
•/,363 
7,027 

524,658 

5,605 
5,010 

14,385 
7,023 
6,079 
5,978 
8,555 
4,016 
7,613 

11,683 
6,366 
4,950 

16,752 
8,877 
4,780 
7,146 

14,413 

10,622 

16,749 
4,381 
8,190 

. 7,163 
6,370 

10,606 
5,731 
4,659 
6,224 
8,325 



1891. 



5,040 

7,790 

8,399 

11,123 

12,227 

9,598 

7,156 

8,323 

13,157 

22,553 

5,969 

6,810 

8,171 

7,784 

7,( 

7,990 

8,696 

7,748 

6,954 

7,957 

10,898 

6,678 

13,812 

37,806 

7,699 
7,04fi 
7,390 
8,354 
7,312 

480,053 

5,242 
6,262 

12,739 
5,444 
6,055 
6,983 
7,305 
4,504 
7,534 
9,876 
6,287 
5,140 

13,453 
7,809 
5,072 
6,849 

14,708 
9,623 

10,929 
4,841 
6,174 
7,380 
6,705 
8,671 
6,245 
4,601 
5,349 
8,338 



Fe- 
Fem- 



1901. 



4,394 

7,486 

8,750 

10,583 

11,648 

8,064 

5,557 

9,710 

14,360 

25,013 

4,552 

5,751 

8,327 

7,708 

7,313 

5,960 

6,870 

7,206 

5,092 

6,826 

12,094 

5,214 

16,312 

32,389 

6,091 
6,250 
6,325 
6,626 
7,097 

509,514 

4,957 
4,984 

13,465 
6,811 
5,855 
5,888 
7,868 
3,325 
7,740 

10,610 
5,996 
4,680 

14,325 
7,267 
4,424 
6,413 

13 498 
9,333 

17,530 
4,163 
8,203 
6,802 
5,962 
9,401 
6,477 
4,691 
6,443 
8,408 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 15 

Tableau hi. Sexe et Etat civil en 1891-1901, compares par districts de recensement. 





















Divorced. 




maries. 




Married- 


-Maries. 




Widowed — En veuvage. 


— 
















' 






Divorces. 




male. 


Male. 


Female. 


Male. 


Female. 




"3 , a 


N° 


_ 




- 


— 


- 


— 


- 




- 


3 a 


a a 




me. 


Homme. 


Femme. 


Homme. 


Femme. 


^ ^ 






1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1901. 




4,865 


4,073 


3,985 


4,087 


3,990 


282 


273 


707 


736 






109 


7,118 


3,892 


3,442 


3,871 


3,430 


299 


254 


617 


450 






110 


7,769 


4,242 


3,549 


4,215 


3,545 


305 


242 


617 


467 


"' 1 


" 3 


111 


9,629 


5,737 


4,954 


5,688 


4,959 


407 


355 


703 


623 


2 


2 


112 


10,831 


6,652 


5,845 


6,581 


6,835 


442 


373 


861 


690 


3 


2 


113 


8,841 


4,566 


4,389 


4,566 


4,383 


354 


325 


846 


667 






114 


6,264 


3,330 


3,302 


3,330 


3,301 


314 


268 


516 


533 


" 1 




115 


8,633 


4,457 


4,012 


4,487 


4,043 


469 


414 


1,543 


J'^SI 


5 


" 4 


116 


14,049 


7,908 


7,221 


7,954 


7,201 


569 


446 


2,034 


1,490 


1 


1 


117 


22,592 


14,638 


12,623 


14,744 


12,689 


911 


772 


3,378 


2,598 


4 


6 


118 


4,925 


2,813 


2,692 


2,773 


2,702 


234 


228 


362 


333 


1 




119 


6,076 


3,619 


3,351 


3,530 


3,365 


280 


276 


632 


577 


1 


" 1 


120 


7,848 


4,705 


4,216 


4,697 


4,216 


310 


281 


740 


593 






121 


7,778 


4,446 


4,221 


4,470 


4,221 


361 


337 


968 


798 






122 


7,288 


4,869 


4,468 


4,853 


4,458 


403 


383 


933 


913 


" 4 


" 5 


123 


7,068 


3,526 


3,654 


3,502 


3,665 


290 


333 


687 


677 




1 


124 


7,605 


4,109 


3,911 


4,100 


3,928 


333 


306 


614 


510 






125 


7,751 


4,099 


3,884 


4,080 


3,916 


351 


331 


831 


743 


" 1 


" 1 


126 


6,206 


3,518 


3,748 


3,457 


3,753 


322 


354 


562 


614 




2 


127 


7,262 


4,594 


4,329 


4,642 


4,383 


386 


349 


742 


731 


" 1 




128 


10,532 


7,304 


6,170 


7,384 


6,176 


495 


400 


1,306 


972 


2 


2 


129 


5,848 


3,413 


3,431 


3,367 


3,430 


325 


300 


605 


597 






130 


12,293 


9,599 


7,152 


9,655 


7,152 


600 


459 


1,623 


989 


" 2 


3 


131 


35,347 


15,647 


15,667 


15,651 


15,716 


1,447 


1,408 


3,251 


3,134 


5 


9 




6,938 


2,895 


3,019 


2,878 


3,019 


322 


332 


695 


087 




1 


132 


6,729 


3,159 


3,071 


3,159 


3,078 


264 


265 


551 


534 


" 2 


2 


133 


6,854 


3,054 


3,053 


3,081 


3,067 


225 


197 


467 


421 


2 


2 


134 


7,494 


3,209 


3,300 


3,209 


3,313 


328 


324 


689 


679 


1 


3 


135 


7,332 


3,330 


3,224 


3,324 


3,239 


308 


29u 


849 


813 




1 


136 


463,393 


277,477 


244,792 


273,387 


244,639 


22,288 


19,296 


41,516 


36,362 


31 


27 




4,741 


2,625 


2,327 


2,621 


2,328 


222 


187 


375 


333 




2 


137 


5,937 


2,873 


3,374 


2,836 


3,378 


251 


235 


336 


336 




1 


138 


11,561 


7,073 


5,981 


6,961 


5,987 


507 


407 


737 


547 


1 




139 


5,369 


3,624 


2,655 


3,584 


^'^^r. 


222 


163 


468 


383 






140 


5,802 


3,089 


2,928 


3,075 


2,929 


244 


246 


364 


408 






141 


5,877 


3,218 


3,156 


3,202 


3,159 


293 


280 


403 


394 






142 


6,774 


3,653 


3,028 


3,620 


3,032 


257 


223 


542 


473 






143 


3,702 


2,708 


2,936 


2,682 


2,933 


250 


226 


415 


408 




" 1 


144 


7,591 


3,963 


3,899 


3,940 


3,887 


415 


412 


647 


638 






145 


9,160 


5,942 


4,668 


5,900 


4,669 


438 


371 


586 


523 






146 


6,044 


3,151 


3,054 


3,123 


3,047 


251 


246 


447 


360 






147 


4,747 


2,699 


2,637 


2,660 


2,633 


259 


225 


444 


418 


1 




148 


11,677 
6,315 


8,031 


6,083 


7,888 


6,075 


559 


427 


735 


666 


1 




149 


4,728 


3,940 


4,628 


3,936 


385 


290 


572 


489 


2 


1 


160 


4,671 
6,007 


2,325 


2,385 


2,334 


2,384 


235 


195 


340 


320 






151 


3,435 


2,937 


3,389 


2,945 


259 


243 


365 


336 






152 


13,42» 


7,643 


7,264 


7,494 


7,272 


611 


518 


825 


732 






153 


8,319 
10,686 


4,880 


4,105 


4,818 


4,085 


398 


317 


631 


526 


" 1 




154 


10,271 


6,451 


10,194 


6,466 


567 


358 


1,605 


876 


1 


2 


155 


4,513 
6i225 


2,388 


2,238 


2,386 


2,233 


226 


190 


438 


370 


2 


1 


156 


4,466 


3,161 


4,384 


3,163 


324 


288 


599 


471 


1 


1 


157 


6,895 
6,586 
7,667 
6,018 
4,683 
5,309 
8,510 


3,732 


3,932 


3,688 


3,933 


333 


276 


537 


505 






158 


3,046 


3,193 


3,025 


3,196 


244 


276 


452 


498 




f. 


159 


5,066 


3,935 


4,960 


3,948 


381 


275 


516 


383 




1 


160 


2,834 


3,007 


2,798 


3,013 


250 


299 


433 


483 






161 


2,481 


2,408 


2,434 


2,402 


293 


281 


435 


386 






162 


3,209 


2,614 


3,015 


2,554 


343 


254 


509 


424 






163 


4,214 


4,057 


4,177 


4,057 


380 


349 


706 


684 






164 



16 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Tablb^'iii. Sex and Conjugal Condition in 1891-1901, compared by Census Districts. 



No. 



165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 



202 
203 
204 
205 



206 



Census Districts. 



L'Islet 

Lotbini^re 

Maisonneuve , 



Megantic . 

Missisquoi 

Montcalin 

Montmagny 

Montmorency 

Montreal, Ste. Anne 

Montreal, St. Antoiue 

Montreal, St. .Jacques 

Montreal, St. Laurent 

Montreal, Ste. Marie 

Nioolet 

Pontiac 

Portneuf 

Quebec, Centre 

Quebec, East— Est 

Quebec, West— Quest 

Quebec, County — Comte., .. 

Richelieu 

Richmond & Wolfe 

Rimouski 

Rouville 

St. Hyacinthe 

St. Jean & Iberiftlle 

Shefford 

Sherbrooke 

Soulanges 

Stanstead 

Temiscouata 

Terrebonne 

Trois Rivieres & St. Maurice. 

Vaudreuil 

Wright (Ottawa in 1891) 

Yaraaska 

Unorganized Districts — 

Abitibi ") 

Ashuanipi > 

Mistassini J 

NortU^rest Territor- 
ies* 



Sex — Sexe. 



Alberta 

Assiniboia, East — Est . . . . 
Assiniboia, West — Quest.. 
Saskatchewan . . 



Unorganized Terri- 
tories* 



/Yukon 

I. Other Ter— Aucres Ter. , 



Male, 
Homme. 



1901. 



7,306 
10,064 
31,946 

7,950 
12,296 

9,439 

6,649 

7,416 

6,095 
11,641 
21,612 
20,304 
22,969 
19,511 
13,337 
13,682 
13,755 

8,867 
18,696 

3,975 
10,825 

9,182 
17,658 
20,.509 

7,990 
10,.377 

9,772 
11,989 

9,357 

4,998 

9,469 
14,885 
13,617 
13,164 

5,362 
23,284 

8,220 



1,367 



87,438 



36,886 
27,082 
10,'220 
13,250 

36,272 



23,084 

13,188; 



1891. 



Female. 
Eemme. 



1901. 



1891. 



6,933 

10,385 

16,010 

9,126 

11,462 

9,900 

6,135 

7,322 

6,138 

12,403 

20,413 

16,712 

19,704 

16,954 

14,465 

11,523 

12,981 

7,752 

17,167 

4,177 

9,335 

10,220 

16,348 

16,971 

9,697 

10,281 

11,663 

11,822 

8,194 

4,887 

9,239 

12,904 

11,720 

10,347 

5,606 

20,038 

8,179 



37,626 



14,649 

11,.S97 

5,787 

6,793 

16,159 



7,133 

9,975 

33,232 

7,863 

11,325 

9,043 

6,452 

7,341 

6,216 

11,727 

26,041 

22,314 

25,839 

21,120 

13,253 

12,040 

13,404 

11,499 

20,629 

6,174 

11,276 

9,394 

16,479 

19,648 

8,000 

11,166 

9,764 

11,639 

9,069 

4,930 

9,629 

14,300 

13,199 

13,003 

5,083 

21,516 

7,984 



1,038 
71,502 



28,990 

22,611 

7,472 

12,429 

16,437 



4,135 
12,302 



6,890 

10;303 

16,504 

8,703 

10,771 

9,566 

5,996 

7,404 

6,171 

12,262 

24,213 

19,118 

23,104 

17,792 

14,270 

10,561 

12,832 

9,897 

19,033 

5,064 

10,168 

10,263 

14,999 

16,459 

9,657 

10,854 

11,605 

11,441 

7,894 

4,721 

8,828 

12,794 

11,408 

10,764 

5,186 

18,743 

7,879 



29,173 



10,628 
9,085 
4,103 
5,357 

16,009 



Single — Non- 



Male. 
Homme. 



1901. 



4,836 

6,393 

19,077 

5,002 

7,904 

5,651 

4,162 

4,696 

3,930 

7,168 

13,760 

12,404 

14,245 

11,518 

8,513 

9,342 

8,864 

5,795 

11,482 

2,479 

6,868 

5,716 

11,164 

13,843 

4,864 

6,297 

6,165 

7,393 

5,919 

3,207 

5,474 

10,069 

8,715 

8,438 

3,532 

15,446 

5,278 



798 



57,597 



24,373 

17,609 

7,137 

8,478 

26,600 



18,281 
8.219 



1891. 



4,580 
6,832 
9,523 
5,917 
7,550 
6,004 
3,959 
4,705 
4,013 
7,762 

13,046 
9,829 

12,257 

10,061 
9,501 
7,983 
8,524 
5,019 

10,532 
2,692 
5,836 
6,356 

10,638 

11,609 
6,128 
6,331 
7,563 
7,423 
5,252 
3,201 
5,536 
8,723 
7,607 
6,618 
3,708 

13,386 
5,231 



26,900 



10,856 
7,867 
4,088 
4,096 

9,996 



Fe- 
Fem- 



1901. 



4,545 

6,286 

19,460 

4,861 

6,891 ■ 

5,044 

4,007 

4,548 

3,994 

6,891 

16,848 

13,649 

15,650 

12,329 

8,327 

7,647 

8,372 

7,832 

12,714 

3,502 

7,197 

5,773 

9,944 

12,814 

4,729 

6,903 

5,984 

6,882 

6,410 

3,083 

5,278 

9,283 

8,157 

8,191 

3,156 

13,411 

4,961 



642 



41,669 



16,768 

13,013 

4,430 

7,458 

9,177 



1,730 

7,447 



REOENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 17 

Tableau hi. Sexe et Etat civil en 1891-1901, compares par districts de recensement. 





















Divorced. 




maries. 




Married- 


-Maries. 




Widowed — En veuvage. | 


_ 






















Divorces. 




male. 


Male. 1 


Female. 


Male. 


Female. 


i.a 


CO -6 


N° 


_ 




- 


_ 


- 




- 


_ 


- 


3 a 


a 1 a 




me. 


Homme. 


Femme. 


Homme. 


Femme. 


^ 1 




1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1901. 




4,456 


2,271 


2,147 


2,258 


2,141 


199 


206 


330 


293 






165 


6,667 


3,342 


3,222 


3,2H3 


3,212 


329 


331 


426 


424 






166 


9,572 


12,211 


6,156 


12,058 


6,154 


658 


331 


1,713 


778 




" 1 


167 


6,425 


2,689 


2,958 


2,646 


2,941 


259 


251 


.356 


337 






168 


6,784 


4,101 


3,625 


4,002 


3,620 


291 


287 


432 


367 






169 


5,379 


3,474 


3,625 


3,422 


3,618 


309 


271 


573 


559 


" 5 


" 4 


170 


3,749 


2,180 


1,990 


2,117 


1,995 


207 


186 


328 


252 






171 


4,650 


2,467 


2,363 


2,441 


2,362 


253 


254 


352 


392 






172 


3,955 


1,940 


1,895 


1,944 


1,898 


225 


230 


278 


318 






173 


7,130 


4,172 


4,345 


4,069 


4,333 


301 


296 


767 


819 






174 


15,527 


7,168 


6,812 


7,098 


6,835 


683 


555 


2,091 


1,851 


" 1 


" 4 


175 


11,270 


7,221 


6,418 


7,139 


6,4C3 


679 


465 


1,626 


1,445 






176 


14,244 


8,087 


6,900 


7,922 


6,899 


635 


547 


2,264 


1,961 


" 2 


" 3 


177 


10,176 


7,502 


6,535 


7,441 


6,477 


491 


358 


1,349 


1,139 




1 


178 


9,141 


4,411 


4,617 


4,358 


4,616 


413 


347 


568 


513 






179 


0,832 


4,024 


3,256 


3,878 


3,244 


316 


284 


515 


485 






180 


8,247 


4,458 


4,048 


4,404 


4,044 


433 


409 


628 


541 




.. 


181 


6,590 


2,802 


2,496 


2,808 


2,507 


270 


237 


859 


800 






182 


11,681 


6,668 


6,083 


0,587 


6,100 


546 


552 


1,328 


1,252 






183 


3,315 


1,342 


1,343 


1,300 


1,341 


151 


142 


371 


408 


" 3 


" 1 


184 


6,471 


3,608 


3,174 


3,524 


3,175 


349 


325 


555 


522 






185 


6,207 


3,179 


3,604 


3,151 


3,.594 


287 


260 


470 


462 






186 


9,167 


6,024 


5,321 


5,949 


5,325 


469 


389 


586 


507 


1 




187 


10,898 


6,196 


5,023 


6,122 


5,030 


470 


339 


712 


531 






188 


5,875 


2,883 


3,295 


2,808 


3,285 


243 


274 


463 


497 






189 


6,678 


3,694 


3,655 


3,660 


3,650 


386 


295 


602 


526 




" 1 


190 


7,227 


3,298 


3,776 


3,261 


3,786 


309 


324 


519 


592 






191 


6,868 


4,281 


4,091 


4,260 


4,088 


314 


308 


497 


485 


1 




192 


4,746 


3,212 


2,743 


3,151 


2,726 


226 


199 


507 


422 




1 


193 


2,882 


1,671 


1,577 


1633 


1,575 


120 


109 


214 


264 






194 


4,874 
8,391 
7,092 
6,741 
3,206 


3,735 


3,429 


3,691 


3,439 


255 


274 


559 


515 


" 5 


1 


195 


4,508 


3,917 


4,473 


3,929 


308 


264 


544 


474 


. 




196 


4,578 


3,809 


4,480 


3,806 


324 


304 


562 


510 






197 


4,425 


3,474 


4,200 


3,480 


301 


255 


612 


5.33 






198 


1,711 


1,750 


1,694 


1,746 


118 


148 


233 


234 


1 




199 


11,754 


7,337 


6,239 


7,222 


6,240 


499 


413 


883 


749 


2 




200 


4,811 


2,716 
524 


2,728 


2,691 
446 


2,733 


226 

45 


220 


332 
60 


335 

• • 






201 


18,383 


28,141 


10,165 


27,162 


10,031 


1,690 


555 


2,672 


759 


10 


9 




6,799 
5 605 


11,858 


3,613 


11,199 


3,581 


651 


181 


1,019 


248 


4 


4 


,202 


8,919 


3,351 


8,727 


3,251 


553 


179 


871 


229 


1 




203 


2' 43] 


2,912 


1,594 


2,808 


1,539 


170 


105 


233 


133 


1 


1 


204 


3^548 


4,452 


1,607 


4,418 


1,660 


316 


90 


549 


149 


4 


4 


205 


8,491 


8,988 


6,031 


6,536 


6,836 


756 


132 


706 


682 


28 


18 






4,501 
4,487 




2,190 
4,346 


:: 


277 
479 




204 
502 


, , 


25 
3 


'y\ 


206 



A-2 



18 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 



Table iv. Rural and Urban Population in 1891-1901, compared by Census 

Districts. 



No. 



9 
10 
11 
12 



13 

14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



26 

27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
30 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 



43 

44 
45 



Districts. 



CANADA 

British Columbia 

Burrard 

New Westminster 

Vancouver 

Victoria 

Yale & Cariboo 

ITIanitoba 

Brandon 

Lisgar 

Maodonald 

Marquette 

Provenoher 

Sellcirk 

Winnipeg 

Ne^v Bruuswiclc 

Albert 

Carleton 

Charlotte 

Gloucester 

Kent 

Kings 

Northumberland 

Restigouche 

St. John, City & Co— Cit^ et co 
Sunbury & Queens . . 

Victoria 

Westmorland 

York 

NoTa Scotia 

Annapolis 

Antigonish 

Cape Breton 

Colchester 

Cumberland 

Digby 

Guysborough 

Halifax, City & Co — Cite et co. 

Hants 

Inverness 

Kings 

Lunenburg 

Pictou 

Richmond . . . .„ 

Shelburne & Queens 

Victoria 

Yarmouth 

Ontario 

Addington 

Algoma 

Bothwell 



Population, 1901. 



Total. 



5,371,315 

178,657 

42,060 
23,822 
27,198 
23,688 
61,889 

255,211 

39,305 
44,952 
37,073 
34,075 
24,862 
32,60(i 
42,340 

331,121 

10,92i 
21,621 
22,415 
27,936 
23,958 
21,655 
28,543 
10,586 
51,759 
16,906 
21,136 
42,06( 
31,62( 

459,574 

18,842 
13,617 
49,166 
24,900 
36,168 
20,322 
18,320 
74,662 
20,056 
24,353 
21,937 
32,38i; 
33,459 
13,515 
24,428 
10,571 
22,869 

2,182,947 

24,490 
63,850 
25,223 



Rural. 
Rurale. 



3,349,516 

88,478 

14,886 
17,323 
19,187 
2,872 
.34,210 

184,738 

31,886 
40,314 
29,998 
30,856 
21,538 
30,146 



253,835 

10,925 
18,637 
17,531 
27,936 
23,958 
21,655 
21,168 
7,934 
11,048 
16,906 
20,492 
33,034 
22,611 

330,191 

16,965 
12,091 
22,887 
18,907 
23,322 
19,172 
16,586 
29,024 
15,945 
23,720 
18,794 
27,657 
22,105 
13,515 
22,491 
10,571 
16,439 

1,246,969 

23,876 
41,976 
19,076 



Urban. 
Urbaine. 



2,021,799 

90,179 

27,174 

6,499 

8,011 

20,816 

27,679 

70,473 

7,419 
4,638 
7,073 
3,219 
3,324 
2,460 
42,340 

77,285 



2,984 
4,884 



7,375 

2,652 

40,711 

" 644 
9,026 
9,009 

129,383 

1,877 
1,526 

26,279 
5,993 

12,846 
1,150 
1,734 

45,638 

4,111 

633 

3,143 

4,732 

11,354 

' 1,937 

' 6,430 

935,978 

614 

21,874 

6,147 



Population, 1891. 



Total. 



4,833,239 

98,173 

24,360 
17,866 
18,229 
18,538 
19,180 

152,506 

25,575 
28,585 
22,776 
13,123 
15,469 
21,339 
25,639 

321,263 

10,971 
22,529 
23,752 
24,897 
23,845 
23,087 
25,713 
8,308 
49,574 
17,914 
18,217 
41,477 
30,979 

450,396 

19,350 
16,114 
34,244 
27,160 
34,529 
19,897 
17,195 
71,358 
22,052 
25,779 
22,489 
31,075 
34,541 
14,399 
25,566 
12,432 
22,216 

2,114,321 

24,151 
37,670 
25,593 



Rural. 
Rurale. 



3,296,141 

60,945 

10,651 
11,188 
18,229 
1,697 
19,180 

111,498 

21,191 
27,409 
18,261 
11,628 
12,970 
20,03il 

272,362 

10,971 
19,241 
18,926 
24,897 
23,845 
23,087 
25,713 
8,308 
25,390 
17,914 
18,217 
32715 
23,138 

373,403 

19,350 
15,421 
31,817 
22,058 
24,026 
19,897 
17,195 
26,611 
22,052 
25,121 
22,489 
31,075 
27,767 
14,399 
25,566 
12,432 
16,127 

1,295,323 

23,503 
28,255 
19,114 



Urban. 
Urbaine. 



1,537,098 

37,228 

13,709 
6,678 

16,841 

41,008 

4,384 
1,176 
4,515 
1,495 
2,499 
1,300 
25,639 

48,901 



3,288 
4,826 



n 

24,184 

8,762 
7,841 

76,993 



693 

2,427 

5,102 

10,503 

(^) 

44,747 
(^} 
658 

6,774 

' 6,089 

818,998 

648 
9,315 
6,479 



■ In the Census of 1891 the towns in these Districts were included with the parishes— Dans le recpnoo 
ment de Hi91 lea villes dans ced districts ^taient comprises dans les paroisses. 



RECENSEMENT DV CANADA, 1901. 



19 



Tableau iv. Population Rurale et Urbaine en 1891-1901, compar^e par districts 

de recensement. 



No. 



46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

85 

86 

87 

88 

89 

90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 

106 

107 

108 



Districts. 



Brant, South— Sud 

Brookville 

Bruce, East— Est 

Bruce, North— Nord 

Bruce, West — Ouest 

Cardwell 

Carle£on 

Cornwall & Stormont 

Dundas . . . , . . ; 

Durham, East— Est 

Durham, West— Ouest 

Elgin, East— Est 

Elgin, West— Ouest 

Essex, North — Nord 

Essex, South — Sud 

Frontenac 

Glengarry 

Grenville, South — Sud 

Grey, East— Est 

Grey, North — Nord 

Grey, South — Sud 

Haldimand & Monck 

Halton 

Hamilton 

Hastings, East — Est 

Hastings, North — Nord 

Hastings, West — Ouest 

Huron, East— Est 

Huron, South — Sud 

Huron, West — Ouest 

Kent 

Kingston 

Lambton, East — Est 

Lambton, West — Ouest. . 

Lanark, North — Nord 

Lanark — South — Sud 

Leeds & Grenville, North— Nord 

Leeds, South — Sud 

LeQpox - , 

Lincoln & Niagara 

London 

.Midiilesf X, East— Est 

Middlesex, North — Nord 

Middlesex, South— Sud 

Middlesex, West — Ouest 

Muskoka & Parry Sound 

Nipiesing 

Norfolk, North— Nord 

Norfolk, South— Sud 

Northumberland, East — Est 

Northumberland, West — Oaest. . . 

Ontario, North — Nord 

Ontario, South— Sud 

Ontario, West — Ouest 

Ottawa 

Oxford, North— Nord 

Oxford, South— Sud 

Peel ' 

Perth, North— Nord 

Perth, South— Sud 

Peterborough, East — Est 

Peterborough, West— Ouest 

Prescott 



Population, 1901. 



Total. 



26,707, 
15,901 
19,313 
21,297 
18,410 
13,060 
19,377 
27,042 
19,75t 
14,464 
13,106 
27,248 
23,195 
33,418 
25,326 
12,008 
22,131 
12,831 
25,387 
27,051 
22,171 
20,052 
19,545 
52,634 
17,446 
24,073 
17,772 
17,267 
17,448 
18,774 
31,866 
17,961 
23,045 
22,388 
18,180 
19,487 
13,647 
21,185 
13,421 
27,566 
24,415 
26,609 
17,455 
18,803 
15,843 
33,674 
36,551 
18,657 
20,899 
20,495 
13,055 
20,689 
16,793 
16,695 
57,640 
25,357 
21,797 
13,687 
27,146 
17,861 
22,290 
17,005 
27,035 



Rural. 
Rurale. 



Urban. 
Urbaine. 



6,1 

6,961 
15,412 
13,773 
13,439 
12,358 
14,610 
20,338 
14,934 

9,359 

9,730 
12,655 
19,927 
17,385 
17,725 

9,939 
18,888 

8,434 
20,735 
18,275 
18,465 
15,355 
12,614 

12,751 
21,110 
4,438 
12,444 
13,825 
12,069 
20,361 

14,614 
11,048 
14,178 
11,253 

6,532 
16,274 

9,871 
12,695 

17,135 
12,641 
14,210 
11,079 
27,432 
29,176 
14,471 
16,438 
14,800 

8,816 
16,297 

8,824 
11,690 

15,929 
15,955 
10,417 
13,796 
12,532 
17,470 
6,766 
20,185 



19,848 
8,940 
3,901 
7,524 
4,971 
702 
4,767 
6,704 
4,823 
5,105 
3,376 

14,593 
3,268 

16,033 
7,601 
2,069 
3,243 
4,397 
4,652 
8,776 
3,706 
4,697 
6,931 

52,634 
4,695 
2,f- 

13,334 
4,823 
3.623 
6,705 

11,505 

17,961 
8,431 

11,338 
4,002 
8,234 
7,115 
4,911 
3,550 

14,871 

24,415 
9,474 
4,814 
4,593 
4,764 
6,242 
7,375 
4,186 
4,461 
0,695 
4,239 
4,392 
7,969 
5,005 

57,640 
9,428 
5,842 
3,270 

13,350 
5,329 
4,820 

11,239 
6,850 



Population, 1891. 



Total. 



23,359 
15,853 
21,355 
20,871 
22,377 
15,382 
16,534 
27,156 
20,132 
17,053 
15,374 
26,724 
23,925 
31,523 
24,022 
13,445 
22,44r 
12,929 
26,225 
26,341 
23,672 
21,463 
21,982 
48,959 
18,050 
22,070 
18,964 
18,968 
19,184 
20,021 
31,434 
19,263 
24,269 
23,446 
19,260 
19,862 
13,521 
22,449 
14,900 
27,043 
22,281 
25,569 
19,090 
18,806 
17,288 
26,515 
17,970 
19,400 
22,702 
21,995 
14,947 
20,723 
19,033 
18,792 
42,481 
26,131 
22,421 
15,466 
26,907 
19,400 
21,919 
15,808 
24,173| 



Rural. 
Rurale. 



7,512 
7,062 
17,166 
13,990 
16,252 
14,639 
15,346 
20,351 
15,489 
11,040 
11,210 
13,178 
20,833 
18,054 
16,789 
11,059 
20,133 
9,051 
21,426 
18,844 
21,643 
16,836 
14,666 

14,712 
20,086 
4,685 
14,166 
15,948 
13,547 
19,954 

15,390 
11,945 
15,333 
12,291 
7,359 
17,414 
10,937 
12,921 

17,681 
13,9.50 
16,635 
12,104 
23,276 
14,684 
16,025 
18,166 
16,212 
10,118 
17,404 
10,483 
13,478 

16,892 
16,975 
11,519 
14,217 
13,883 
18,115 
6,091 
21,129 



Urban. 
Urbaine. 



15,847 
8,791 
4,189 
6,881 
6,125 
743 
1,188 
6,805 
4,643 
6,013 
4,164 

13,546 
3,092 

13,469 
7,233 
2,386 
2,314 
3,878 
4,799 
7,497 
2,029 
4,627 
7,316 

48,959 
3,338 
1,984 

14,279 
4,802 
3,236 
6,474 

11,480 

19,263 
8,879 

11,501 
3,927 
7,571 
6,162 
5,035 
3,963 

14,122 

22,281 
7,988 
6,140 
2,171 
5,124 
3,239 
3,286 
3,375 
4,536 
5,783 
4,829 
3,319 
8,550 
5,314 

42,481 
9,239 
5,446 
3,947 

12,690 
5,.n7 
3,804 
9,717 
3,044 



A-2i 



20 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 



Table iv. Rural and Urban Population in 1891-1901, compared by Census 

Districts. 



No. 



109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 



132 
133 
134 
135 
136 



Districts. 



Prince Edward 

Renfrew, North — Nord . . . 

Renfrew, South— Sud 

Russell 

Simcoe, East — Est 

Simcoe, North — Nord 

Simcoe, South— Sud 

Toronto, Centre 

Toronto, East- Est 

Toronto, West — Oueat 

Victoria, North — Nord . . . . 

Victoria,, South — Sud 

Waterloo, North — Nord 

Waterloo, South — Sud 

WeUand 

Wellington, Centre 

Wellington, North— Kord . . 
Wellington, South — Sud . . . 
Wentworth& Brant, North- 
Wentworth, South — Sud . . . 

York, East-Est 

York, North— Nord 

York, West— Quest 



Population, 1901. 



Total. 



-.Nord 



Prince EdvFard Island. 



Kings 

Prince, Bast— Est. .. 
Prince, West — Quest 
Queens, East — Est . . . 
Queens, West— Quest. 



137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
104 
165 



Quebec. 



Argenteuil 

Bagot 

Beauce 

Beauharnois 

Bellechasse 

Berthier 

Bonaventure 

Brome 

Chambly & Verch^res 

Champlain 

Charlevoix 

Chateauguay 

Ohicoutimi h Saguonay — 

Compton 

Deux-Montagnes , 

Dorchester 

Drummond & Arthabaska. 

Gaspe 

Hochelaga 

Huntingdon 

•Jacques-Cartier 

Joliette 

Kamouraska 

Labelle 

Laprairie & Napierville 

L' Assomption 

Laval 

Levis 

L'lslet 



17,864 
24,556 
27,676 
35,166 
39,277 
26,964 
19,271 
28,765 
45,621 
81,712 
16,258 
19,953 
27,124 
25,470 
26,090 
20,570 
23,801 
23,767 
18,717 
24,432 
40,405 
18,778 
53,741 

103,259 

19,826 
19,994 
20,075 
21,428 
21,936 

1,648,898 

16,407 
16,291 
43,129 
21,732 
18,706 
18,982 
24,495 
13,397 
24,318 
35,159 
19,334 
15,693 
48,291 
26,460 
14,438 
21,007 
■44,484 
30,683 
66,919 
13,979 
26,168 
22,255 
19,099 
30,931 
17,523 
14,993 
19,743 
26,210 
14,439 



Rural. 
Rurale. 



Urban. 
Urbaine. 



13,514 
18,127 
19,803 
30,173 
26,305 
14,436 
15,715 



14,896 
11,234 
12,780 
10,804 
12,587 
14,685 
15,651 
11,760 
18,717 
19,636 
14,256 
15,112 
15,158 

88,304 

19,826 
17,119 
20,075 
21,428 
9,856 

992,667 

13,657 
14,445 
40,540 
8,701 
18,706 
16,419 
24,495 
10,761 
16,600 
32,209 
16,563 
14,852 
40,648 
21,521 
12,327 
21,007 
38,814 
30,229 

12,519 
6,525 
18,035 
18,521 
24,891 
14,218 
12,454 
14,530 
14,160 
14,439 



4,350 

6,429 

7,873 

4,— 

12,972 

12,528 

3,556 

28,765 

45,621 

81,712 

1,362 

8,719 

14,344 

14,666 

13,503 

5,885 

8,150 

12,007 

4,796 
26,149 

3,666 
38,583 

14,955 



2,875 



12,080 

656,231 

2,750 

1,846 

2,589 

13,031 

'2,563 

' 2,636 
7,718 
2,950 
2,771 
841 
7,643 
4,939 
2,111 

" 5,670 
454 

56,919 
1,460 

19,643 
4,220 
578 
6,(S0 
3,305 
2,539 
5,213 

12,050 



Population, 1891. 



Total. 



18,889 
22,484 
23,971 
31,643 
35,801 
28,203 
20,824 
26,632 
43,564 
73,827 
16,849 
20,455 
25,325 
25,139 
25,132 
23,387 
24,956 
24,373 
21,629 
25,011 
35,148 
20,284| 
41,857 

109,078 

21,694 
20,723 
20,987 
23,464 
22,210 

1,488,535 

15,158 
19,522 
37,222 
16,662 
18,368 
18,849 
20,835 
14,709 
23,961 
29,267 
19,038' 
• 15,800 
38,281 
22,779 
15,027 
19,017 
43,923 
26,875 
35,766 
14,385 
19,482 
22,921 
20,454 
24,779 
19,065 
14,661 
16,504 
25,995 
13,823 



Rural. 
Rurale. 



15,047 
17,768 
17,624 
28,605 
25,003 
15,636 
18,096 



15,307 

12,669 

13,890 

11,904 

13,685 

16, 7r 

17,119 

13,242 

21,629 

19,913 

16,363 

1-6,416 

19,651 

94,823 

21,694 
17,841 
20,987 
23,464 
10,837 

988,82o| 

12,650 
17,302 
36,187 
9,557 
18,368 
17,312 
20,835 
14,709 
17,856 
29,267 
18,618 
16,800 
33,236 
21,090 
13,054 
19,017 
37,944 
26,568 

12,908 
6,948 
19,549 
19,854 
21,208 
15,792 
12,475 
15,447 
14,303 
13,823 



Urban. 
Urbaine. 



3,842 

4,716 

6,347 

3,138 

10,798 

12,567 

2,728 

26,632 

43,564 

73,827 

1,542 

7,786 

11,435 

13,235 

11,447 

6,657 

7,837 

11,131 

' 5,098 

18,785 

3,868 

22,206 

14,255 



2,882 

■ 11,373 

499,715 

2,508 
2,220 
1,035 
7,105 

' 1,537 

' 6,105 

' 420 

' 5,045 
1,689 
1,973 

' 5,979 
307 

35,766 
1,477 

12,534 
3,372 
600 
3,571 
3,273 
2,186 
1,057 

11,692 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 



21 



Tableau iv. Population Burale et Urbaine en 1891-1901, compar^e par districts 

de recensement. 



No. 



166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 



202 
203 
204 
205 



206 



Districts. 



Lotbiniere 

Maisonneiive 

Maskinonge 

Megantio 

Missisqiioi 

Montcalm 

Montmagny 

Montmorency 

Montreal, Ste. Anne 

Montreal, St. Antoine 

Montreal, St. Jacques 

Montreal, St. Laurent 

Montreal, Ste. Marie 

Nicolet 

Pontiac 

Portneuf 

Quebec, Centre 

Quebec, East— Est _ 

Quebec, West— Quest. . .' 

Quebec, County^Comte. 

Richelieu 

Richmond & Wolfe 

Rimouski 

Rouville 

St. Hyaclnthe 

St. Jean & Iberville 

Shefford 

Sherbrooke 

Soulanges 

Stanstead 

Temiscouata 

Terrebonne 

Trois-Rividres & St. Maurice . . 

Vaudreuil 

Wright 

Yamaska 

Unorganized Districts — 

Abitibi 1 

Ashuanipi V 

Mistassini I 



North vr est Territories.. 



Alberta 

Assiniboia, East — Est 

Assiniboia, West— Quest . 
Saskatchewan 



IJnorganlzed Territories 



Yukon 

Other Ter— Autres Ter. 



Population, 1901. 



Total. 



20,039 
65,178 
15,813 
23,621 
18,482 
13,001 
14,757 
12,311 
23,368 
47,653 
42,618 
48,808 
40,631 
26,590 
25,722 
27,159 
20,366 
39,325 

9,149 
22,101 
18,576 
34,137 
40,157 
15,990 
21,543 
19,536 
23,628 
18,426 

9,928 
18,998 
29,185 
26,816 
26,167 
10,445 
44,800 
16,204 



2,405 



158,940 

65,876 
49,693 
17,692 
25,679 

52,709 

27,219 
25,490 



Rural. 
Rurale. 



18,301 

14,158 
18,058 
12,328 
13,001 
12,838 
12,091 



23,811 
22,221 
25,887 



20,546 
10,910 
25,359 
36,061 
13,177 
11,162 
13,08,7 
16,550 
5,541 
7,796 
10,201 
24,027 
18,628 
12,356 
8,114 
26,933 
14,334 



2,405 



120,767 

45,253 
42,913 
10,391 
22,210 

43,567 

18,077 
25,490 



Urban. 
Urbaine. 



1,738 
65,178 
l,6,o5 
5,563 
6,154 

' 1,919 

220 

23,368 

47,653 

42,618 

48,808 

40,631 

2,779 

3,501 

1.272 

20,366 

39,325 

9,149 

1,555 

7,666 

8,778 

4,096 

2,813 

10,381 

6,449 

7,078 

12,885 

2,132 

8,797 

5,158 

8,188 

13,811 

2,331 

17,86: 

1,870 



38,173 

20,623 
6,780 
7,301 
3,469 

9,142 

9,142 



Population, 1891. 



Total. 



20,688 
32,514 
17,829 
22,233 
19,456 
12,131 
14,726 
12,309 
24,685 
44,626 
35,830 
42,808 
34,746 
28,735 
22,084 
2.5,813 
17,649 
36,200 

9,241 
19,503 
20,483 
31,347 
33,430 
19,354 
21,135 
23,268 
23,263 
16,088 

9,608 
18,067 
25,698 
23,128 
21,101 
10,792 
38,781 
16,058 



66,799 

25,277 

20,482 

9,890 

11,150 

32,168 
32,168 



Rural. 
Rurale. 



19,499 

16,089 
20,910 
13,301 
12,131 
13,029 
12,024 



25,835 
20,411 
25,813 



18,628 
12,896 
29,467 
31,259 
16,226 
14,119 
15,591 
18,912 
5,018 
7,786 
11,355 
20,903 
16,937 
11,859 
8,970 
24,052 
14,123 



66,799 

25,277 

20,482 

9,890 

11,150 

32,168 



32,168 



Urban. 
Urbaine. 



1,189 
32,514 
1,740 
1,323 
6,155 

' 1,697 

285 

24,685 

44,626 

35,830 

42,808 

34,746 

2,900 

1,673 

17,649 

36,200 
9,241 
875 
7,587 
1,880 
2,171 
3,128 
7,016 
7,677 
4,351 

11,070 
1,822 
6,712 
4,795 
6,191 
9,242 
1,822 

14,729 
1,935 



22 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 



Table v. Population of Cities and Towns having over 5,000 inhabitants in 190], 

compared with 1871-81'91. 

Tableau v. Population des cit^s et des villes ayant plus de 5,000 habitants en 1901, 

compar^e avec 1871-81-91. 



Cities and Towns. 
Cit& et villes. 



Montreal • 

Toronto ^ 

Quebec 

Ottawa * 

Hamilton 

Winnipeg 

Halifax 

St. John 

London ^ 

Vancouver 

St. Henri 

Victoria 

Kingston 

Brantford 

Hull 

Windsor 

Oharlottetovi n 

Sherbrooke 

Guelph 

St. Thomas 

Peterborough 

Valleyfield 

St. Louis du Mile End 

Ste. Cun^gonde 

Trois-RiviAres 

Stratford 

St. Catharines 

Sydney 

Berlin . . ' 

St. Hyacinthe 

Dawson 

Belleville , 

Chatham 

Moncton 

Brockville ... ... 

Westmount 

Woodstock 

Owen Sound 

Sarnia.... 

Gait 

Levis 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Fredericton 

Sorel 

Lindsay , 

Glace Bay 

Cornwall .... 

New Westminster 

Yarmouth 

Kossland 

Nanaimo 

Toronto Junction 

Truro 

Barrie 

CoUingwood 

Lachine 

Brandon 

Nelson 

Rat Portage 

Springhill 

Pembroke 

Smiths Falls 



Provinces. 



Quebec 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Ontario 

do 

Manitoba 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Ontario 

British Columbia 

Quebec 

British Columbia 

Ontario - . . 

do 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island . 
Quebec 



Ontario 

do 

do 

Quebec 

do 

do 

do 

Ontario 

do 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario' 

Quebec 

Yukon 

Ontario 

do 

New Brunswick . 
Ontario 



Quebec . 

Ontario 

do 

do 

do 

Quebec 

Ontario 

New Brunswick . 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

British Columbia. 

Nova Scotia 

British Columbia, 
do 

Ontario 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

do 

Quebec 

Manitoba 

British Columbia. 

Ontario 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

do 



Population. 



1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


267,730 


219,616 


155,238 


208,040 


181,215 


96,196 


68,840 


63,090 


62,446 


69,928 


44,154 


31,307 


52,634 


48,959 


36,661 


42,340 


25,639 


7,985 


40,832 


38,437 


36,100 


40,711 


39,179 


41,353 


37,981 


31,977 


26,266 


26,133 


V3,709 




21,192 


13,413 


6,415 


20,816 


16,841 


5,925 


17,961 


19,263 


14,091 


16,619 


12,753 


9,616 


13,993 


11,264 


6,890 


12,153 


10,322 


6,561 


12,080 


11,373 


11,485 


11,765 


10,110 


7,227 


11,496 


10,537 


9,890 


11,485 


10,366 


8,367 


11,239 


9,717 


6,812 


11,055 


5,515 


3,906 


10,933 


3,537 


1,537 


10,912 


9,291 


4,849 


9,981 


8,334 


8,670 


9,959 


9,500 


8,239 


9,946 


9,170 


9,631 


9,909 


2,427 




9,747 


7,425 


4,054 


9,210 


7,016 


5,321 


9,142 






9,117 


9,916 


9,516 


9,06S 


9,052 


7,873 


9,020 


8.762 


5,032 


8,940 


8,791 


7,609 


8,856 


3,076 


884 


8,833 


8,612 


5,373 


8,776 


7,497 


4,426 


8,176 


6,692 


3,874 


7,866 


7,535 


5,187 


7,783 


7,301 


7,597 


7,169 


2,414 


780 


7,117 


6,502 


6,218 


7,057 


6,669 


5,791 


7,003 


6,081 


5,080 


6,945 


2,459 




6,704 


6,805 


4,468 


6,499 


6,678 


1,500 


6,430 
6,159 


6,089 


3,485 


6,130 






6,091 






5,993 


5,102 


3,461 


5,949 


5,550 


4,854 


5,755 


4,939 


4,445 


5,561 


3,761 


2,406 


5,380 


3,778 




5,273 






5,202 


1,806 




5,178 


4,813 




5,156 


4,401 


2,820 


5,155 


3,864 


2,087 



1871. 



115,000 
59,000 
69,699 
24,141 
26,880 
241 
29,582 
41,325 
18,000 

' 2,815 
3,270 

12,407 
8,107 
3,800 
4,253 
8,807 
4,432 
6,878 
2,197 
4,611 
1,800 
800 
1,500 
7,570 
4,313 
7,864 

' 2,743 
3,746 

7,305 
.5,873 

600 
6,102 

200 
3,982 
3,369 
2,929 
3,827 
6,691 

879 
6,006 
5,636 
4,049 

2,033 

'2,500 



3,398 
2,829 
1,696 



1,608 
1,150 



Populition of the city municipality— Population de la municipality. 



VI-VII. AREAS, HOUSES, FAMILIES, POPULATION, 
SEX, CONJUGAL CONDITION. 



VI-VII. SUPERFICIES, DEMEURES, FAMILLES, 
LATION, SEXE, ETAT CIVIL. 



POPU 



24 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table vi. Areas of Lakes in Canada 



Names of Lakes. 



OANABA. . 
Brltlsli Columbia. 



Adams 

Atlin (part) . . . 

Babine 

ChUko 

Harrison . . . . 
Kootenay . . . . 
Lower Arrow . 

Okanagan 

Owikano . . . 

Quesnel 

Shuswap 

Stuart 

Tacla 

Tagish (part) , . 
Teslin (part) . . 
Upper Arrow . 



inanltoba 



DaupKin 

Dog 

Ebb-and-flow 

Manitoba 

St. Martin 

Shoal 

Swan 

Waterhen 

Winnipejf (part) 

Winnipegosis (part) 

Woods, Lake of the (part). 



New Brunsivicfc . 



Grand . 



Nova Scotia . 



Bras d'Or 

Little Bras d'Or . 

Ontario 



Abitibi (part) . 

Bald 

Balsam 

Buckhorn 

Cameron 

Couchiching . . 

Deer 

Dog, 



Area 



Eagle 

Erie (portion in Canada) 

George m 

Huron, including Georgian Bay (por- 
tion in Canada) 

La Croix (portion in Canada) 

Long 

Manitou (Manitou Island) 

Mille Lacs, Lac des 

Mud 

Muskoka 

Namakau (portion in Canada) 

Nipigon 

Nipissing ' 



77,391,304 

1,560,830 

33,280 

211,680 

196,000 

109,760 

78,400 

141,120 

40,960 

86,240 

62,720 

94,080 

79,150 

141,120 

86,240 

58,180 

78,400 

63,500 

6,019,200 

128,000 
41,000 
25,000 

1,163,000 
80,000 
65,000 
54,000 
53,000 

3,536,000 

836,000 

38,200 

47,232 

47,232 

230,100 

147,000 
83,100 

25,701,944 

211,680 
1,320 

11,200 
9,280 
3,680 

12,000 
4,240 

38,910 

81,820 

3,211,950 

7,040 

9,171,840 
14,850 
48,000 
24,580 
66,350 
8,400 
34,509 
] 2,490 

1,107,200 
211,200 



Noms des lacs. 



Ontario (portion in Canada) .... 

Panache 

Pigeon 

Rainy (portion in Canada) 

Rice 

St. Clair (portion in Canada) 

St. Francis (River St. Lawrence, part) 

St. Joseph (part) . . 

Saganaga (portion in Canada) 

Seul (part) 

Simcoe 

Scugog 

Stony 

Sturgeon (English River) 

Sturgeon (Victoria county) 

Superior (portion in Canada) 

Temagami 

Timiskaniing (part) 

Wanapitai 

Woods, Lake of the (part) 



Superficie 

en 

acres. 



Quebec 

Abitibi (part).. 

Ashuanipi 

Attikonak , . . . 
Aylmer. 



Burnt 

Champlain (portion in Canada) 

Chibougamau 

Evans 

Expanse 

Gull 

Grand Victoria 

Ishimanikuagan 

Kakabonga . . : 

Kipawa 

Matapedia 

Manouan 

Mattaganii 

Megantic 

Melville (part) ' 

Memphremagog (portion in Canada). . 

Menihek (part) 

Mistassini 

Mistassinis 

Nemiskau 

Nomining 

Obatogamau 

Olga 

Ossokmanuan 

Papineau 

Patamisk 

Petitsikapau (part) 

Pipmaukin 

Pletipi 

Quinze, Lac des 

St. Francis (Beauoe county) 

St. Francis (River St. Lawrence, part) 

St. .John 

St. Louis 

St. Peter 

Sandgirt (part) 

Simon . . 

Timiskaming (part) 

Temiscouata 

Thirtyone-mile 



2,385,292 

22,730 

9,600 

166,495 
16,998 

164,275 
15,260 
78,400 
13,520 

125,440 

173,753 
24,986 
12,000 
67,760 
11,200 
7,153,856 
57,960 
33,280 
28,880 

847,720 

3,507,318 

16,000 
204,000 
212,000 

5,222 
10,956 
36,000 

1,740 
88,000 
147,840 
37,580 
80,000 
36,660 
56,000 
41,882 
74,752 

9,993 
72,000 
56,000 

9,011 

415,360 

17,920 

36,000 

624,000 

132,000 

36,000 

5,602 
36,000 
32,000 
84,000 

3,515 
28,000 
30,000 
64,000 
88,000 
29,388 

8,294 
37,860 
224,000 
35,840 
82,940 
34,000 

7,580 
41,470 
18,635 
14,950 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vi. Superficies des lacs du Canada. 



25 



Names of Lakes. 



Two Mountaina . 

Wakonichi 

Waswanipi 

Whitefish 



Alberta 



Beaver 

Biche, Lac la . 

Buffalo 

Sullivan 



Asslnlbola . 



Chaplin 

Johnston 

Last Mountain 
Little Quill.... . 

Pakowki ...... 

Quill 



SasUatcbewan 



Amisk 

Atikameg 

Candle 

Cedar 

Cormorant 

Cumberland 

Dore 

Kiskitto 

Kiskittogisu 

Manitou 

Montreal 

Moose 

Namew 

Plonge, Lao la (part) 

Red Deer (Montreal River) . . 
Red Deer (Red Deer River) . 

Reed 

Ron^e, Lac la (part) 

Setting (part) ... 

Wekusko 

White Loon 

Winnipegosis (part) 

Witchikan 



Atbabaska . 



Athabaska, 

Buffalo 

Claire 

Cree 

Granville, .. 

He a la Croix 

Lesser Slave 

Plonge, Lac la (part). 

Reindeer 

Ronge, Lac la (part) . , 
Wollaston 



inackenzle 



Aberdeen 

Aylmer 

Clinton-Colden. 

Dubawnt 

Garry (part) . . 



Area 



40,140 
28,000 
64,000 
12,288 

232,000 

57,000 
80,000 
35,000 
60,000 

384,000 

42,000 
84,000 
63,000 
45,000 
46,000 
104,000 

2,414,500 

71,000 
57,600 
96,000 

182,000 
90,000 

106,000 

155,000 
44,000 
78,000 
43,000 
88,000 

353,000 
42,000 
80,000 
55,000 
62,000 
55,000 
85,000 
13,000 
53,000 
62,000 

499,000 
45,000 

5,635,120 

1,818,880 
180,000 
259,000 
260,000 
250,880 
120,000 
.307,000 
165,000 

1,559,360 
135,000 
580,000 

18,910,080 

78,400 

392,000 

431,200 

1,058,400 

470,400 



Noms des lacs. 



Gras, Lac de 

Great Bear 

Great Slave 

Martre, Lac la 

Mackay 

Pelly 

Keenrattn 

Aberdeen (part) 

Baker 

Etawney 

Franklin. 

Garry (part) 

Gods 

Island 

Kaminuiiak 

Lansdowne 

Macdougall 

Maguse , 

North Indian 

Nueltin 

Nutarawit 

Plarereen 

St. Joseph (part) . . . . 

Sandy 

Schultz 

Setting (part) 

Seu) (part) 

South Indian 

Thaolintoa 

Todatara 

Trout (English River 
Trout (Severn River) , 

Winnipeg (part) 

Yathkyed 

Vngava 

Apiskigamish 

Clearwater 

Great Long 

Indian House 

Kaniapiskau 

Lower Seal 

Melville (part) , 

Menihek (part) 

Minto 

Misbikamau 

Mishikamats 

Nichikun 

Payne 

Petitsikapau (part).. 

Richmond 

Sandgirt (part) 

Upper Seal. . ., 

Yukon 

Aishihik 

Atlin (part) 

Kluane 

Kusawa 

Laberge 

Marsh 

Tagish (part) 

Teslin (part) 



Superficie 

en 

acres. 



431,200 
7,565,600 
6,860,000 
784,000 
627,200 
211,680 

8,588,260 

250,880 
658,560 
399,840 

78,400 
156,800 
203,840 
352,800 
235,200 

02,700 
203,840 
313,600 
117,600 
196,000 
219,520 
143,000 

78,400 
156,800 

78,400 

24,000 
125,440 
980,000 
117,600 
133,280 

86,000 

148,960 

2,518,000 

548,800 

3,745,440 

250,880 
305,760 
156,800 
196,000 
282,240 
141,120 
415,360 

36,000 
470,400 
392,000 

78,400 
133,280 
478,240 

30,000 
172,480 

34,000 
172,480 

415,280 

68,400 
7,840 
117,600 
36,540 
55,300 
20,480 
30,720 
78,400 



26 CENSUS OF CANADA 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



CANADA . 



British Colninbia. 



1. Burrard. 



a. Bennett & Atlin 

i. Cassiar (Stikine) 

0. Cassiar (Skeena) 

d. Vancouver, City — Cite . . , 

2. Ne'w "Westminster. 



a. Chilliwak , 

6. Delta 

c. Dewdnej' 

d. New Westminster, City — Cite . 

e. Richmond 



3. Vancouver. 



a. Alberni 

6. Comox 

c. Cowiohan 

d. Esquimau (part) 

e. Nanaimo, City — Cite . . 
/. Nanaimo, North— Nord 
g. Nanaimo, South — Sud . . 
h. Victoria, North — Nord. 

Victoria, South — Sud . . . 

(4. Victoria 



19 o. EsquimaJt (part). 



h. Metohosin. 

c. Victoria 

d. Victoria, City — Cit6 . . 

5. Yale & Cariboo. 



Cariboo 

6. Lillooet, East— Est 

0. Lillooet, West — Quest 

d. Kootenay, E., North JRiding— Div. Nurd. . . . 

e. Kootenay, E., South Riding— -Div. Sud 

/. Kootenay, W.— C, Nelson Kidin^—Div 

g. Kootenay, W. — 0., Revelstoke Riding — Div. 
h. Kootenay, W. — 0., Rossland Riding — Div, .. 

i. Kootenay, W. — C, Slocan Riding — Div 

i. Yale, East— Est 

k. Yale, North— Nord 

1. Yale, West— Quest 



manf toba . 



6. Brandon 



a. Arthur 

6. Brandon, City — Cite 

Brenda 

d. Cameron . . .-. 

Cornwallis 

/. Daly 

g. Elton 

h. Glenwood 

/ Morton 

\Boissevain, Town — Ville . 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



2,316,684,071 
236,922,177 
119,794,762 



119,789,671 

5,091 

4,421,687 

206,592 
195,895 

1,971,200 
3,700 

2,044,300 



7,793,049 

3,451,392 

2,539,008 

640,000 

435,200 

630 

111,513 

469,386 

89,600 

56,320 

43,251 

12,077 

15,162 

14,118 

1,894 



104,869,428 

59,715,688 
3,829,760 
6,528,000 
4,428,800 
5,145,600 
1,418,240 
3,389,690 
1,546,240 
2,6'88,000 
4,224,000 
7,270,610 
4,684,800 

41,109,098 

3,442,896 

573,816 
5,760 
191,272 
191,272 
137,694 
143,454 
143,454 
143,454 
286,268 
640 



Houses. 
Ddmeures. 



Families. 
Families. 



1,028,892 

36,938 

7,209 

624 

161 

931 

5,593 

5,128 

838 
1,108 

891 
1,206 
1,085 



870 
705 
677 
116 

1,279 
326 

1,116 
323 
226 

4,669 

291 

34 

283 

4,061 

14,294 

708 

150 

741 

451 

1,264 

1,650 

766 

3,481 

1,212 

1,160 

856 

1,855 

49,784 

8,091 

825 
988 
.383 
428 
228 
242 
382 
438 
457 
180 



P<ipula- 
tion. 



1,070,747 

38,445 

7,942 

525 

161 

1,443 

5,813 

6,191 

842 
1,119 

906 
1,234 
1,090 

5,917 

1,098 
708 
682 
128 

1,291 
327 

1,131 
326 
226 

4,752 

296 

34 

284 

4,138 

14,643 

757 

155 

746 

452 

1,406 

1,697 

776 

3,540 

1,216 

1,179 

860 

1,859 

51,056 

8,188 



1,031 
383 
429 
233 

242 
383 
439 
458 
180 



5,371,315 

178,657 

42,060 

2,042 

770 

12,238 

27,010 

23,822 

3,680 
5,074 
3,767 
6,499 
4,802 

27,198 

4,181 
3,493 
3,613 
604 
6,130 
1,439 
5,146 
1,656 
1,036 

23,688 

1,191 

160 

1,418 

20,919 

61,889 

3,507 
789 
3,196 
1,938 
6,508 
7,102 
3,003 
14,603 
5,321 
4,930 
3,837 
7,155 

255,211 

39,305 

3,495 
5,620 
1,697 
2,195 
1,240 
1,136 
1,996 
2,072 
2,173 



RECBNSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



27 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


— 




— 


': 




- 









Femme. 


Non-mari&. 


Marife. 


En veuvage. 


Divorc^. 


N° 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


P. 




2,761,708 


2,619,607 


1,748,582 


1,664,011 


928,952 


904,091 


73,837 


151,181 


337 


324 




114,160 


64,497 


75,093 


36,274 


36,429 


26,090 


2,586 


3,096 


52 


37 




26,060 


16,000 


17,220 


8,844 


8,228 


6,323 


610 


832 


2 


1 




1,826 


216 


1,546 


89 


249 


120 


31 


7 






1 


479 


291 


283 


126 


190 


158 


6 


7 






2 


7,777 


4,461 


6,346 


2,624 


2,140 


1,504 


289 


332 


2 


1 


3 


15,978 


11,032 


10,045 


6,005 


5,649 


4,541 


284 


486 






4 


16,017 


8,805 


9,419 


4,847 


5,260 


3,565 


331 


387 


7 


6 




2,106 


1,574 


1,367 


845 


697 


658 


40 


70 


2 


1 


5 


3,288 


1,786 


2,144 


997 


1,064 


717 


79 


72 


1 




6 


2,203 


1,564 


1,408 


802 


730 


681 


65 


80 




1 


7 


3,960 


2,539 


2,452 


1,489 


1,431 


919 


74 


127 


3 


4 


8 


3,460 


1,342 


2,048 


714 


1,338 


690 


73 


38 


1 




9 


16,968 


10,230 


10,330 


5,329 


6,164 


4,307 


467 


587 


7 


7 




2,286 


1,895 


1,081 


647 


1,080 


1,038 


125 


207 


.. 


3 


10 


2,494 


999 


1,638 


564 


816 


382 


40 


52 


. . * 


1 


11 


2,471 


1,142 


1,439 


604 


935 


478 


96 


60 


1 




12 


308 


196 


211 


105 


87 


7S 


10 


19 






13 


3,488 


2,642 


2,114 


1,523 


1,324 


1,011 


47 


106 


3 


2 


14 


788 


051 


522 


389 


253 


238 


12 


24 


1 




15 


3,427 


1,719 


2,146 


932 


1,198 


716 


82 


71 


1 


1 


16 


1,083 


573 


773 


324 


281 


22C 


28 


29 


1 




17 


623 


413 


406 


241 


190 


153 


27 


19 






18 


14,275 


9,'413 


9,014 


5,159 


4,941 


3,616 


313 


629 


7 


9 




702 


489 


437 


253 


239 


20S 


26 


33 






19 


105 


55 


70 


29 


30 


23 


5 


» 






20 


850 


568 


538 


339 


290 


196 


22 


32 




1 


21 


12,618 


8,301 


7,969 


4,538 


4,382 


3,194 


2G0 


56? 


7 


8 


22 


41,840 


20,049 


29,110 


11,095 


11,836 


8,279 


865 


661 


29 


14 




2,462 


1,045 


1,403 


583 


979 


397 


76 


65 


4 




23 


553 


236 


360 


142 


178 


81 


15 


13 






24 


1,870 


1,326 


1,184 


746 


659 


540 


27 


40 






25 


1,382 


556 


963 


298 


392 


244 


27 


14 






26 


4,653 


1,855 


3,343 


948 


1,208 


833 


97 


74 


5 




27 


4,885 


2,217 


3,379 


1,162 


1,414 


988 


92 


65 




2 


28 


2,038 


965 


1,419 


505 


580 


428 


39 


28 




4 


29 


10,214 


4,389 


7,124 


2,144 


2,895 


2,076 


188 


163 


7 


6 


30 


3,962 


1,359 




694 


949 


632 


73 


31 


5 


2 


31 


3,097 


1,833 


2|i4S 


1,063 


873 


713 


77 


57 


4 




32 


2,519 


1,318 


1,813 


757 


032 


611 


72 


50 


2 




33 


4,205 


2,950 


3,044 


2,053 


1,077 


836 


82 


61 


2 




34 


138,504 


116,707 


92,875 


71,043 


42,881 


41,679 


2,730 


3,968 


18 


17 




21,788 


17,517 


14,769 


10,629 


6,553 


6,395 


466 


591 




2 




1,989 


1,506 


1,343 


875 


596 


588 


50 


43 






35 


2,904 


2,716 


1,906 


1,663 


929 


931 


69 


122 






36 


974 


723 


658 


• 419 


292 


280 


24 


24 






37 


1,211 
707 


984 


819 


599 


373 


364 


19 


21 






38 


533 


518 


353 


172 


159 


17 


21 






39 


667 


469 


466 


276 


192 


174 


9 


19 






40 


1,108 

1,169 

1,234 

466 


888 


779 


552 


302 


303 


27 


33 






41 


903 


791 


532 


354 


347 


24 


23 


.. 


1 


42 


939 


839 


557 


362 


35C 


?^ 


32 


• . 




43 


432 


301 


260 


153 


151 


! 12 


16 


* * 


* • 


44 



2s CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



Distiicts & S. -Districts. 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 



,)'. Oakland 

k. Pipestone 

I. Sifton 

^ / Wallace 

™- I. Virden, Town— Ville . 

n. Whitehead 

0. Whitewater 

p. Winchester 

q. Wood'worth 



7. Lisgar. 



Argyle 

/ Dutferin 

\ Carman, Village 

Lome 

Louise 

/Pembina 

\ Manitou, Village 

rKhineland 

-j Plum Coulee, Village 

t Gretna, Village 

Riveriide 

/ Stanley 

t Morden, Village 

Turtle Mountain 



24 


a. 


25 


h. 


26 


0. 


27 


d. 


28 


e. 


29 


f- 


30 


CI- 


31 


h. 


32 


i. 


33 


1- 


34 


k. 


35 


I. 


36 


m 


37 


n. 


38 


0. 




0. 


39 




40 


It. 


41 


h. 


42 


c. 


43 
44 


d. 


4.^1 




46 




47 


f. 


48 




49 


'J- 


50 


h. 


51 


52 


I. 


63 


1. 


54 


k. 


55 


/.. 


56 


m. 


57 


n. 



3. Macdonald. 



Carberry, Town — Ville , . . 

Cypress, North — Nord 

Cypress, South — Sud 

Gladstone, Town — VUle . 

Langford 

Lansdowne 

Neepawa, Town — Ville 

Norfolk, North— Nord 

Norfolk, South— Sud 

Ochre River (part) 

Portage la Prairie 

Portage la Prairie, Town — Ville 

Rosedale 

Westbourne ... •. . 

Unorganized Territory — Territoire non-organist . 



0. Marquette. 



/ Archie 

i Ellioe 

Birtle 

Birtle, Town— Ville 

I Blanchard 

\ Saskatchewan 

( Boulton 

I Shell River 

Clanwilliam 

/ Dauphin 

(.Dauphin, Town— Ville .. 

/Gilbert Plains 

\ Grandview 

Hamiota 

Harrison 

Miniota 

Minnedosa, Town — Ville . 

Ochre River (part) 

Odanah 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



143,454 
286,908 
215,181 
286,268 
640 
143,454 
143,454 
191,272 
215,181 

2,820,542 

327,396 
597,085 

640 
239,090 
357,995 
301,567 

640 
285,628 

640 

640 
145,380 
262,519 

480 
300,842 

6,144,329 

320 
298,862 
274,953 

5,760 
140,254 
382,544 

4,000 
286,908 
358,635 
374,327 
541,054 
11,521 
333,926 
693,002 
2,438,263 

8,404,504 

143,454 
143,454 
211,821 

3,360 
143,454 
139,454 
269,518 
329,992 
143,454 
376,567 
640 
260,440 
>S97,582 
143,454 
143,454 
215,181 

3,680 

73,967 

139,774 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



Families. 
Families. 



Popula- 
tion. 



432 


433 


363 


368 


404 


416 


451 


457 


195 


195 


360 


364 


360 


361 


481 


481 


494 


496 


8,406 


8,512 


771 


785 


1,106 


1,124 


295 


296 


629 


649 


859 


863 


630 


631 


126 


126 


1,561 


1,591 


76 


76 


118 


118 


310 


314 


919 


927 


2S7 


290 


719 


722 


7,524 


7,653 


196 


196 


503 


508 


385 


389 


143 


143 


308 


.308 


466 


469 


278 


281 


804 


813 


924 


938 


314 


319 


1,006 


1,035 


735 


748 


584 


598 


774 


799 


104 


109 


7,528 


7,629 


145 


145 


124 


124 


219 


225 


94 


94 


253 


253 


203 


203 


52 


52 


122 


122 


258 


264 


7.54 


761 


213 


223 


628 


647 


308 


312 


351 


359 


148 


149 


374 


375 


187 


187 


105 


106 


270 


274 



2,128 
1,592 
2,025 
2,095 
901 
1,782 
1,613 
2,187 
2,460- 

44,952 

3,869 
5,527 
1,439 
3,286 
4,208 
3,240 

617 
9,891 

394 

666 
1,601 
5,169 
1,522 
3,523 

37,071 

1,023 
2,534 
1,909 

731 
1,616 
2,121 
1,418 
3,781 
4,448 
1,312 
5,213 
3,901 
2,756 
3,760 

548 

34,075 

578 

623 
1,166 

466 
1,173 

935 _ 

260- 

585- 
1,210 
3,239'- 
1,13^ 
2,694 
1,195 
1,596 

712 
1,567 
1,052 

385 
1,472 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 29 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, fcJexe, Etat civil. 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. | 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


- 


1 


- 


- 




- 


— 






Femme. 


Non-mari^s. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


p. 




1,161 


967 


800 


598 


347 


343 


14 


26 






1 


890 


702 


583 


408 


285 


275 


22 


19 






2 


1,118 


907 


750 


537 


339 


336 


29 


34 






3 


1,182 


913 


805 


548 


354 


343 


23 


22 




, 


4 


448 


453 


289 


275 


156 


152 


3 


26 






5 


1,025 


757 


704 


444 


307 


294 


14 


19 






6 


945 


668 


669 


401 


2.56 


245 


20 


22 






7 


1,220 


967 


811 


568 


385 


368 


24 


31 






8 


1,370 


1,090 


938 


664 


399 


387 


33 


38 




1 


9 


24,480 


20,472 


16,753 


12,821 


7,311 


7,136 


412 


,514 


4 


1 




2,110 


1,759 


1,425 


1,065 


635 


031 


49 


63 


1 




10 


3,206 


2,321 


2,226 


1,384 


919 


884 


60 


53 


1 




11 


762 


677 


478 


388 


264 


259 


20 


30 






12 


1,791 


1,495 


1,228 


940 


531 


521 


31 


34 


1 




13 


2,337 


1,871 


1,630 


1,160 


662 


656 


45 


55 






14 


1,846 


1,394 


1,335 


864 


489 


477 


22 


53 






15 


324 


293 


203 


169 


114 


111 


7 


13 






16 


5,149 


4,742 


3,483 


3,112 


1,617 


1,570 


48 


60 


1 




17 


199 


195 


125 


121 


69 


68 


5 


6 






18 


328 


338 


203 


223 


120 


110 


5 


6 






19 


909 


692 


632 


423 


255 


241 


22 


28 






20 


2,832 


2,337 


1,980 


1,501 


801 


788 


51 


47 




1 


21 


768 


754 


491 


478 


260 


249 


17 


27 






22 


1,919 


1,604 


1,314 


993 


576 


571 


30 


40 






23 


20,385 


16,686 


13,743 


10,047 


6,243 


6,084 


399 


574 




1 




531 


492 


342 


299 


176 


174 


13 


19 






24 


1,424 


1,110 


994 


669 


417 


400 


13 


41 






25 


1,063 


846 


721 


493 


319 


315 


23 


37 




1 


26 


378 


353 


250 


221 


124 


121 


4 


11 






27 


928 


688 


643 


408 


273 


262 


12 


18 






28 


1,208 


913 


818 


546 


367 


348 


23 


19 




' ] 


29 


712 


706 


440 


429 


255 


252 


17 


25 






30 


2,138 


1,643 


1 1,450 


961 


648 


030 


40 


52 






31 


2,485 


1,968 


1,677 


1,177 


755 


731 


53 


55 






32 


750 


562 


507 


340 


217 


208 


20 


14 






33 


2,910 


2,303 


1,994 


1,402 


857 


8.^4 


59 


67 


. , 




34 


1,979 


1,922 


1,293 


1,189 


638 


624 


48 


109 






35 


1,555 


1,201 


1,051 


706 


473 


465 


31 


30 






36 


2,056 


1,701 


1,388 


1,026 


633 


614 


35 


64 




1 . . 


37 


268 


280 


175 


181 


91 


86 


2 


13 






38 


19,189 


14,836 


! 13,045 


8,866 


5,789 


5,585 


353 


433 


i 2 




336 


242 


229 


137 


101 


101 


6 


4 






39 


342 


281 


230 


175 


95 


97 


17 


9 






40 


677 


489 


486 


298 


180 


178 


11 


13 






41 


233 


233 


152 


150 


74 


75 


7 


8 






42 


668 


505 


463 


303 


192 


186 


13 


14 






43 


563 


372 


408 


220 


139 


131 


16 


21 






44 


147 


113 


• 97 


71 


48 


39 


2 


3 






45 


341 


244 


247 


152 


85 


84 


9 


8 






46 


659 


551 


420 


333 


221 


203 


18 


16 






47 


1,818 


1,421 


1,219 


829 


564 


555 


35 


37 


1 




48 


611 


.'^24 


394 


312 


204 


195 


12 


17 






49 


1,525 
702 


1,169 


990 


677 


607 


472 


28 


20 


1 




50 


493 


482 


285 


207 


191 


12 


17 






51 


909 


687 


642 


427 


248 


241 


19 


19 






.52 


416 


296 


288 


161 


122 


122 


6 


13 






53 


896 


671 


629 


391 


255 


257 


12 


22 




1 


54 


548 


504 


371 


317 


167 


169 


10 


18 






55 


221 


164 


150 


93 


69 


69 


2 


2 






56 


830 


642 


602 


412 


214 


208 


14 


22 






57 



30 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



24 
25 
20 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
83 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 



42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



48 
49 
50 
61 
52 
63 



Districts & S. -Districts, 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



0. Rapid City, Town— Ville 
p. Bossburn. 



/Russell 

*■ \Silver Creek 

/Shoal Lake 

■ \Strathclair 

(Swan River 
Minitonas 
Unorganized Territory- 

10. Provencher 



-Territoire non-organist. 



-Ville. 



d. 



h. 



De Salaberry 

Emerson, Town- 
Franklin 

Hanover ' 

LaBroquerie 

Montcalm 

/ Morris 

t Morris, Town— Ville 

Ritohot 

( St. Boniface 

^ St. Boniface, Town— Ville 

(.Klldonan (part) 

Taohe 

Unorganized Territory — Territoire non-organise. 



11. Selkirk. 



Assiniboia 

Brokenhead .■ . 

East Selkirk, Town-Ville 

Gimli 

/Kildonan (part) 

\St. Paul 

Macdonald 

Posen 

Rookwood 

Rosser 

Selkirk, Town— Ville 

Springfield 

St. Andrews 

St. Clements 

St. Frangois-Xavier 

St. Laurent 

Woodlands . . 

Unorganized Territory — Territoire non-organise. 



12. Winnipeg, City— Cite 



a. Ward— Quartier No. 1. 
do do 2 

do do 3. 

do do 4. 

do do 5. , 

do do 6. , 



Nenr Brunswick. 
13. Albert 



a. Alma 

b. Coverdale . . . 

c. Elgin 

d. Harvey 

e. Hillsborough. 
/. Hopewell . . , , , 



5,738 
215,181 
143,454 
143,454 
143,454 
143,451 
430,407 
281,688 
3,714,974 

3,629,154 

166,403 

5,373 

238,222 

191,272 

382,544 

120,157 

252,757 

6,257 

81,761 

20,220 

3,140 

601 

167,363 

1,993,084 

16,714,923 

59,904 
191,272 

(M 

921,216 

18,162 

37,245 

•285,808 

520,704 

358,635 

118,400 

5,654 

493,600 

198,144 

326,246 

185,241 

117,904 

339,1-18 

12,537,580 

12,750 

4,000 
550 

2,850 
950 

2,300 

2,100 

17,863,266 

439,680 

70,963 
66,458 
109,760 
73,920 
77,619 
40,960 



Houses. 
Demeures, 



115 
318 
242 
192 
262 
254 
485 
126 
726 

4,410 

311 
164 
954 
483 
491 
416 
408 

86 
348 

98 
305 

86 
239 

21 

6,329 

182 
331 
46 
631 
156 
109 
239 
268 
823 
134 
372 
512 
607 
436 
362 
124 
242 
855 

7,496 

414 
1,235 
1,010 
2,056 
2,243 

538 

68,226 

2,031 

184 
240 
365 
284 
573 
385 



Families. 
Families. 



123 
319 
246 
192 
262 
264 
486 
127 
747 

4,530 

320 
164 
972 
502 
507 
424 
408 



99 
315 

92 
244 

31 

6,562 

184 
365 
60 
679 
156 
109 
241 
285 
841 
135 
387 
513 
644 
454 
374 
124 
245 
876 

7,982 

431 
1,301 
1,035 
2,221 
2,444 

550 

62,695 

2,071 

184 
243 
376 
284 
573 
411 



Popula- 
tion. 



666 
1,494 
1,396 

883 
1,221 
1,284 
1,407 

451 
3,330 

24,862 

1,807 

840 
4,690 
3,003 
2,595 
2,628 
2,250 

465 
2,040 

585 
2,019 

428 
1,387 

125 

32,606 

1,071 
1,949 

272 
3,008 

803 

519 
1,331 
1,539 
4,346 

733 
2,188 
2,589 
2.823 
1,929 
2,170 

769 
1,199 
3,368 

42,340 

2,280 
7,305 
5,621 
11,652 
12,697 
2,885 

331,120 

10,925 

1,014 
1,400 
2,234 
1,402 
2,S07 
1,968 



' Area included with St. Clements — Superficie comprise dans St. Clement. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



31 







SiDgle. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


- 


- 


- 


— 




- 


— 




- 


Femme. 


Non-mari&. 


Ma 


ries. 


En veuvage. 


, Divorces. 


No 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


IT. 


M. H. 


F. 




304 


262 


195 


151 


105 


104 


4 


7 






1 


825 


669 


621 


357 


297 


291 


7 


21 






2 


769 


627 


551 


414 


203 


201 


15 


11 




1 


3 


508 


375 


349 


223 


147 


142 


12 


10 






4 


686 


535 


477 


328 


191 


187 


18 


20 






5 


716 


568 


498 


342 


204 


196 


14 


30 






6 


833 


574 


585 


337 


234 


221 


14 


16 






7 


265 


186 


189 


113 


72 


68 


4 


5 






8 


1,841 


1,489 


1,181 


856 


644 


602 


16 


31 






9 


13,033 


11,829 


8,758 


7,513 


4,041 


3,981 


232 


332 


2 


3 




942 


865 


645 


566 


285 


282 


12 


17 






10 


423 


417 


276 


266 


135 


134 


12 


17 






11 


2,490 


2,200 


1,589 


1,290 


864 


839 


.37 


71 






12 


1,573 


1,430 


1,067 


906 


487 


483 


17 


38 


2 


3 


13 


1,384 


1,211 


921 


766 


431 


427 


32 


18 






14 


1,359 


1,269 


931 


842 


400 


394 


28 


33 






15 


1,201 


1,049 


817 


678 


367 


359 


17 


12 






16 


256 


209 


173 


127 


78 


77 


5 


5 






17 


1,068 


972 


736 


624 


306 


307 


26 


41 






18 


314 


271 


212 


165 


93 


91 


9 


15 






19 


907 


1,052 


676 


727 


277 


279 


14 


46 






20 


214 


214 


125 


121 


88 


86 


1 


7 






21 


774 


613 


548 


400 


207 


204 


19 


9 






22 


68 


57 


42 


35 


23 


19 


3 


3 






23 


17,689 


14,917 


11,711 


8,918 


5,530 


5,377 


445 


621 


3 


1 




593 


478 


411 


305 


161 


151 


21 


22 






24 


1,093 


856 


735 


505 


342 


337 


15 


14 


1 




25 


143 


129 


96 


78 


46 


45 


1 


6 






26 


1,610 


1,398 


1,022 


803 


556 


544 


31 


51 


1 




27 


411 


392 


267 


242 


128 


125 


16 


25 






28 


269 


250 


181 


150 


79 


77 


9 


23 






29 


757 


574 


.553 


376 


185 


182 


19 


16 






30 


827 


712 


546 


437 


254 


250 


27 


25 






31 


2,373 


1,973 


1,592 


1,227 


740 


693 


41 


53 






32 


435 


298 


308 


181 


119 


107 


7 


10 


1 




33 


1,147 


1,041 


758 


639 


357 


344 


32 


58 






34 


1,433 


1,156 


972 


719 


416 


404 


45 


33 






35 


1,479 


1,344 


954 


788 


476 


480 


49 


76 






30 


1,051 


878 


643 


462 


380 


371 


28 


45 






37 


1,162 


1,008 


804 


649 


322 


320 


36 


39 






38 


406 


363 


282 


233 


117 


115 


7 


15 






39 


685 


514 


479 


315 


188 


186 


18 


12 




1 


40 


1,815 


1,553 


1,108 


809 


664 


646 


43 


98 






41 


21,940 


20,400 


14,096 


12,349 


7,414 


7,141 


423 


903 


7 


7 




],091 
3,609 


1,189 


674 


761 


396 


391 


21 


37 


,. 




42 


3,696 


2,313 


2,287 


1,234 


1,207 


60 


198 


2 


4 


43 


2,734 
6,182 
6,826 


2,887 


1,777 


1,843 


913 


907 


44 


136 




1 


44 


5,370 


3,987 


3,186 


2,049 


1,896 


142 


287 


4 


1 


45 


5,871 


4,383 


3,443 


2,318 


2,231 


129 


196 


1 


1 


46 


1,498 


1,387 


962 


829 


509 


509 


27 


49 


•• 


•• 


47 


168,639 


162,481 


109,043 


97,977 


54,745 


54,310 


4,816 


10,149 


35 


45 




5,693 


5,232 


3,709 


3,052 


1,842 


1,826 


142 


353 


•• 


1 




528 


486 


358 


301 


155 


152 


15 


33 






48 


728 
1,177 

745 
1,523 

992 


672 


489 


412 


220 


219 


19 


41 






49 


1,057 
657 


794 
481 


655 
366 


361 

246 


354 
245 


22 
18 


47 
46 




1 


50 
51 


1,384 


982 


787 


502 


494 


39 


103 






52 


976 


605 


531 


358 


362 


29 


83 


■■ 




53 



32 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 



30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 



40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 



49 
60 
51 
62 



14. Carleton. 



a. Aberdeen 

b. Brighton 

Kent 

d. Northampton 

Peel 

/. Richmond 

g. Simonds 

h. Wakefield 

Wioklow 

J. Wilmot 

k, Woodstock , 

I. Woodstock, Town— ViUe. 

15. Charlotte 



Districts & S.-Districts. 



Campobello 

Clarendon ^ 

Dufferin 

Dumbarton 

Grand Manan 

Lepreau 

MiUtown, Town— ViUe 

Pennfield 

St. Andrews, Town and parish — Ville et paroisse. 

St. Croix 

St. David 

St. George, Town and pari&h— ViUe et paroisse. . 

St. James 

St. Patricks 

St. Stephen 

St. Stephen, Town— Ville 

West Isles 



16. Gloucester., 



Bathurst 

6. Beresford 

0. Oaraquet 

d. Inkerman 

e. New Bandon . , 
/. Paquetteville. 
g. St. Isidore.... 
h. Saumarez 

Shippigan .... 



17. Kent. 



a. Acadieville 

b. Carleton 

a. Dundas 

d. Haroourt 

e. Richibuoto.. 

f. St. Louis . 

'/. St. Mary 

h. St. Paul .... 
i. Weldford . . 
,/. Wellington. 



18. Kings . . 

a. Cardwell . . 
6. Greenwich. 
r.. Hammond . 
d. Hampton . . 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



838,786 

111,360 

128,000 

210,765 

62,080 

26,880 

68,634 

19,648 

56,730 

51,712 

47,936 

52,640 

2,400 

821,376 

10,342 

118,170 

3,072 

101,837 

36,352 

51,609 

640 

92,774 

8,602 

20,890 

46,490 

130,176 

115,456 

50,483 

24,806 

1,280 

8,397 

1,196,676 

546,432 
130,048 
77,824 
106,960 
117,760 

63,693 

101,581 

52,378 

1,137,931 

78,336 
101,376 

58,368 
279,936 

73,728 
100,704 
114,i 
104,567 
169,523 

56,525 

905,430 

81,715 
29,491 
61,235 
50,186 



Hooses. 
Demeures. 



4,354 

222 

514 
553 
216 
252 
369 
140 
342 
398 
379 
210 
759 

4,630 

248 
31 
55 
154 
571 
70 
416 
209 
313 
107 
278 
575 
368 
163 
187 
587 
298 

4,208 

835 
631 
576 
365 
415 
193 
156 
488 
549 

3,846 

204 
196 
519 
178 
672 
347 
367 
179 
573 
611 

4,376 

197 
178 
118 
416 



Families. 
Families. 



4,4.30 

224 
519 
555 
216 
253 
378 
146 
345 
398 
390 
210 
796 

4,758 

254 
31 
59 
157 
581 
70 
439 
209 
318 
107 
281 
683 
372 
163 
192 
643 
299 

4,482 

920 
667 
613 
373 
436 
208 
167 
612 
686 

4,111 

220 
197 
600 
188 
688 
382 
397 
186 
675 
678 

4,433 

199 
178 
121 
430 



Popula- 
tion. 



21,621 

1,204 
2,788 
2,779 
1,125 
1,301 
1,699 
768 
1,543 
1,906 
1,817 
1,047 
3,644 

22,415 

1,211 

162 

260 

711 

2,671 

347 

2,044 

1,002 

1,390 

558 

1,419 

2,892 

1,860 

755 

894 

2,840 

1,399 

27,936 

4,913 
4,457 
4,074 
2,421 
2,571 
1,341 
1,087 
3,286 
3,786 

23,958 

1,256 
1,132 
3,4.53 
1,104 
3,879 
2,278 
2,449 
1,141 
3,317 
3,949 

21,655 

1.115 
803 
580 

2,026 



* Area included'with Inkerman — Superficie comprise dans Inkerman, 



RECENSEMENT DU CAN AD A,. 1901. 33 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civU. 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


— 


— 




- 


— 






Femme. 


Non-mari&. 


Msxiie. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 




11,090 


10,531 


6,817 


5,901 


3,950 


3,944 


320 


682 


3 


4 




622 


582 


409 


349 


190 


198 


23 


34 




1 


1 


1,455 


1,333 


910 


768 


510 


502 


35 


73 


,. 




2 


1,488 


1,291 


965 


737 


476 


472 


47 


80 


,. 


2 


3 


696 


529 


373 


299 


202 


203 


21 


27 






4 


683 


618 


431 


350 


232 


229 


20 


38 




1 


6 


853 


846 


611 


469 


314 


310 


28 


67 






6 


387 


381 


249 


221 


132 


131 


6 


29 






7 


777 


766 


436 


396 


311 


311 


28 


69 


2 




8 


1,006 


900 


608 


495 


369 


359 


29 


46 






9 


923 


894 


665 


493 


340 


342 


18 


69 






10 


531 


516 


331 


308 


181 


183 


19 


25 






11 


1,769 


1,875 


1,029 


1,026 


693 


704 


46 


145 


1 




12 


11,371 


11,044 


7,096 


6,352 


3,840 


3,850 


431 


829 


4 


13 




644 


567 


399 


321 


223 


207 


22 


39 






13 


89 


73 


58 


44 


26 


26 


5 


3! 






14 


127 


133 


73 


71 


49 


53 


5 


9 


.. 




15 


362 


349 


236 


210 


115 


119 


11 


20 






16 


1,415 


1,256 


858 


670 


519 


510 


38 


75 


.. 


1 


17 


196 


151 


130 


76 


61 


62 


5 


14 






18 


949 


1,095 


681 


660 


326 


333 


42 


101 


.. 


1 


19 


530 


472 


334 


264 


171 


170 


25 


38 






20 


665 


725 


418 


433 


214 


213 


33 


78 




1 


21 


302 


256 


204 


151 


82 


84 


16 


21 






22 


72^ 


697 


445 


397 


247 


249 


30 


50 




1 


23 


1,507 
992 


1,385 


970 


799 


479 


473 


57 


113 


1 




24 


868 


656 


506 


299 


306 


37 


48 




8 


25 


400 


355 


263 


205 


127 


125 


10 


25 






26 


449 


445 


285 


263 


142 


143 


22 


39 






27 


1,301 
721 


1,539 


757 


921 


490 


509 


54 


109 






28 


678 


429 


362 


270 


268 


19 


47 


3 


1 


29 


14,165 


13,771 


9,628 


8,883 


4,293 


4,254 


244 


634 








2,485 
2,281 
2,049 
1,243 
1,314 
670 


2,428 


1,663 


1,518 


781 


771 


41 


139 






30 

Q1 


2,176 


1,570 


1,406 


687 


679 


24 


91 






Ol 


2,025 


1,391 


1,292 


618 


619 


40 


114 






3S 


1,178 

1,257 

671 


866 
918 
462 


779 
811 

452 


356 
367 

200 


359 
365 
200 


21 

29 
8 


40 
81 
19 






33 
34 
36 


565 


522 


396 


347 


161 


161 


8 


14 






3( 


1,658 
1,900 


1.628 
1,886 


1,090 
1,272 


1,060 
1,218 


524 
599 


507 
593 


44 
29 


61 

75 




•• 


37 

38 


12,268 


11,690 


8,189 


7,368 


3,738 


3,744 


339 


574 


2 


4 




636 


620 


414 


391 


204 


207 


18 


22 






39 


603 

1,799 

541 


529 

1,654 

563 


404 

1,195 

363 


314 

1,015 

373 


177 
566 
163 


176 
555 
167 


22 
38 
14 


39 

83 
22 


1 




41 
42 


1,976 
1,132 
1,219 
602 
1,771 
1,989 


1,903 
1,146 
1,230 
539 
1,546 
1,960 


1,292 

748 

829 

413 

1,218 

1,313 


1,192 
735 
823 
340 
940 

1,245 


610 
357 
360 
179 
513 
609 


607 
355 
360 
178 
516 
623 


74 
27 
29 
10 
40 
67 


104 
56 
40 
21 
89 
92 


1 




1.1 

44 
45 
46 
47 
4^ 


11,146 


10,509 


7,112 


6,142 


3,680 


3,602 


349 


761 


6 






569 

427 

313 

. 1,013 


546 

376 

267 

1,013 


392 
264 
218 
602 


355 
203 
160 
580 


153 

146 

85 

373 


154 

139 

84 

355 


24 

17 

9 

38 


37 
34 

23 
78 


1 




4! 

5( 

5] 



A— 3 



34 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



DistrictB & S. -Districts. 



12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
2.S 
24 



-25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



48 
49 
50 
51 
62 
53 
54 



e. Havelock . . 

/. Kara 

g. Kingston . . 

h. Norton 

i. Rothesay . . 
j. Studholme 
k. Springfield. 

I. Sussex 

m. Upham 

n. Waterford.. 
Westfield . 



10. Northumberland . 



Alnwick . . . 
Blaokville. . 
Bljissfield. . . 
Chatham. . 

Derby 

Glenelg. .. . 
Hardwicke . 

Ludlow 

Nelson .... 
Newcastle. . 
North Esk . 
Rogersville. 
South Esk.. 



20. Restigouohe . 



a. Addington. 
Balmoral . 
c. 
d. 



Colbome. 

DaJhousie 

e. Durham 

/. Eldon & Restigouche River 

21. St. John, City & Oo— Cite at comte. 

a. Brooks Ward — Quartier ■,.., 



Dukis 

Guys 

Kings 

Prince 

Queens 

Sydney 

Wellington 

Dufferin 

Lansdowne 

Lome 

Stanley 

Victoria 

Lancaster . . 

Musquash . . 

St. Martin.. 

Simonds 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



22. Sunbury & Queens. 



Blissville . . 
b. Burton 

Gladstone . . . 

Lincoln . . . 
.. Maugerville . 
/. Northfield... 
g. Sheffield,, 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



94,515l 
17,203 
61,235 
45,056 
31,539 

119,296 
58,163 
66,765 
33,792 
61,610 

103,629 

3,033,985 

196,813 
220,160 
322,560 

22,528 

36,250 
139,571 

39,373 
227,328 

84,173 
164,864 
844,493 

70,272 
665,600 

2,092,595 

326,656 
276,480 
187,392 
47,744 
138,547 
1,115,776 

394,163 

339 

118 

182 

88 

152 

132 

273 

77 

299 

206 

271 

6,629 

403 

29,341 

67,494 

167,373 

120,786 

1,618,736 

81,100 
78,028 

113,664 
34,816 

230,195 
90,624 
68,198 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



Families. 
Families. 



371 
99 
340 
312 
211 
505 
374 
634 
203 
165 
253 

5,039 

552 
371 
166 
1,207 
149 
257 
210 
164 
356 
823 
304 
285 
195 

1,802 

633 
184 
189 
389 
342 
65 

8,298 

256 
565 
516 
334 
707 
652 
357 
689 
524 
546 
653 
150 
447 
841 
150 
394 
517 

3,251 

146 
286 
182 
132 
104 
113 
128 



Popula- 
tion. 



373 
99 
351 
317 
212 
510 
374 
638 
208 
167 
256 

6,206 

573 
413 
166 
1,246 
156 
257 
217 
182 
356 
836 
304 
296 
204 

1,847 

666 
185 
195 
396 
347 
68 

10,616 

323 
660 
617 
459 
1,031 
748 
487 
920 
852 
897 
722 
185 
704 
939 
151 
395 
525 

3,397 

153 
291 
198 
150 
106 
116 
133 



1,936 

427 

1,635 

1,449 

1,032 

2,656 

1,732 

3,206 

981 

957 

1,120 

28,543 

3,334 
2,439 

997 
6,624 

847 
1,337 
1,299 

993 
1,948 
4,130 
1,664 
1,797 
1,134 

10,586 

3,677 
1,088 
1,072 
2,183 
2,209 
457 

51,759 

1,574 
3,048 
2,866 
2,364 
4,760 
3,571 
2,286 
4,450 
4,100 
4,278 
3,256 

905 
3,263 
5,278 

741 
1,957 
3,072 

16,906 

713 
1,424 
1,002 
770 
534 
614 
672 



EECENSEMENT DXJ CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



35 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


— 


- , 




- 




- 







— 


Femme. 


Non-raari&. 


Marife. 


En veuyage. 


Divorc&. 


N° 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 




998 


938 


648 


556 


330 


330 


19 


52 


1 




1 


226 


201 


140 


100 


83 


81 


3 


20 




[[ 


2 


826 


809 


486 


462 


314 


294 


26 


53 






3 


758 


691 


461 


398 


266 


256 


31 


37 






4 


626 


506 


340 


302 


168 


162 


18 


41 




1 


5 


1,423 


1,233 


967 


747 


421 


416 


33 


69 


2 


2 


6 


866 


866 


507 


490 


330 


319 


29 


57 






7 


1,602 


1,604 


1,052 


952 


509 


513 


41 


138 




1 


8 


501 


480 


318 


278 


162 


162 


21 


40 






9 


513 


144 


361 


280 


132 


130 


20 


34 






10 


585 


535 


356 


279 


208 


208 


20 


48 


1 




11 


14,798 


13,745 


9,979 


8,563 


4,448 


4,418 


370 


763 


1 


1 




1,698 


1,636 


1,162 


1,051 


495 


498 


40 


86 


1 


1 


12 


1,322 


1,117 


943 


711 


351 


350 


28 


56 








13 


512 


485 


338 


305 


166 


161 


8 


19 








14 


3,391 


3,233 


2,210 


1,985 


1,079 


1,049 


102 


199 








15 


430 


417 


287 


264 


127 


130 


16 


23 








16 


729 


608 


521 


372 


188 


186 


20 


50 








17 


69S 


6Ul 


480 


374 


210 


198 


8 


29 








18 


517 


476 


352 


287 


155 


157 


10 


32 








19 


1,026 


922 


712 


684 


300 


301 


14 


.37 








20 


2,070 


2,060 


1,349 


1,272 


658 


664 


63 


124 








21 


874 


790 


589 


473 


261 


268 


24 


49 








22 


948 


849 


649 


535 


284 


286 


15 


28 








23 


583 


551 


387 


350 


174 


170 


22 


31 








24 


5,425 


5,161 


3,628 


3,262 


1,689 


1,681 


106 


227 


2 


1 




1,830 


1,747 


1,198 


1,061 


594 


594 


36 


91 


2 


1 


25 


571 


517 


386 


324 


171 


171 


14 


22 






26 


536 


536 


354 


344 


176 


174 


7 


18 






27 


1,096 


1,087 


712 


670 


366 


364 


18 


53 






28 


1,149 


1,060 


807 


708 


312 


310 


30 


42 






29 


243 


214 


171 


145 


71 


68 


1 


1 






30 


25,059 


26,700 


15,604 


15,864 


8,614 


8,582 


839 


2,245 


2 


9 




772 


802 


471 


480 


275 


259 


26 


63 






31 


1,396 


1,652 


836 


971 


523 


635 


36 


145 


1 


" i 


32 


1,417 
1,096 
2,244 


1,439 


839 


826 


529 


516 


49 


97 




33 


1,268 


718 


769 


337 


345 


41 


154 






34 


2,516 


1,387 


1,500 


785 


779 


72 


237 






35 


1,517 


2,054 


866 


1,238 


589 


593 


61 


222 


1 


1 


36 


1,088 


1,198 


675 


719 


372 


373 


41 


106 






37 


1,976 


2,474 


1,209 


1,530 


705 


710 


62 


232 




2 


38 


2,010 


2,090 


1,273 


1,255 


681 


681 


56 


15j 






39 


2,073 


2,205 


1,280 


1,301 


722 


732 


71 


170 




2 


40 


1,600 
470 


1,656 


925 


907 


643 


637 


32 


111 




1 


'41 


435 


294 


252 


158 


156 


18 


27 






42 


1,513 

2.692 

405 


1,750 


886 


1,016 


676 


572 


61 


162 






43 


2,586 


1,738 


1,539 


849 


867 


105 


180 






44 


336 


264 


185 


127 


121 


14 


30 






45 


1,059 
1,731 


898 


686 


516 


334 


309 


39 


72 




1 


46 


1,341 


1,257 


860 


409 


398 


65 


83 






47 


8,819 


8,087 


5,673 


4,709 


2,859 


2,813 


286 


565 


1 






383 


330 


235 


170 


133 


134 


16 


26 






48 


764 


660 


505 


373 


231 


240 


28 


47 






49 


529 


473 


329 


258 


176 


178 


24 


37 






50 


412 


358 


272 


218 


127 


120 


13 


20 






51 


288 


246 


195 


148 


87 


82 


6 


16 






52 


337 
341 


277 


226 


157 


100 


100 


11 


20 






53 


331 


214 


188 


122 


U9 


4 


24 


1 




54 



A— 3J 



36 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 



24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41' 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



48 
49 
50 
51 
52 



Districts & S.-Districts. 



h. Brunswick . . . 
i. Cambridge ... 

j. Canning 

k. Cbipman 

I. Gagetown 

m. Hampstead ... 
n. (Tohnston .... 

0. Petersville 

p. Waterborough . 
g. Wickham 

23. Victoria. . 



a. Andover 

6. Drummond 

Gordon 

d. Grand Falls 

e. Lome 

/. Madawaska 

g. Perth 

h. St. Anns 

St. Bazile 

j. St. Francis 

k. St. Hilaire 

/. St. Jacques 

m. St. Leonard 



24. Westmorland. 



a. Botsford 

6. Dorchester 

c. Monoton, City — Cite 

d. Moncton 

e. Saokville 

/. Salisbury 

g. Shediac 

h. Westmorland 



25. York . 



-Cite. 



Bright 

Canterbury . . 

Douglas 

Dumfries . . . 
Frederioton, City- 

Kingsclear 

Mc Adam 

Manners Sutton 

Maryaville, Town — Ville. 

New Maryland 

North Lake 

Prince William 

Queensbury 

St. Marys 

Southampton 

Stanley 



NoTa Scotia. 

26. Annapolia 



a. Annapolis Royal . 
Bear River 

c. Belleisle 

d. Bridgetown 

e. Carleton Corner. . 



Area 
in acres. 

Superfioie 
en acres. 



168,960 
46,080 
46,387 

211,661 
73,318 
53,043 

104,448 

133,120 
44,134 
40,960 

2,153,549 

30,720 
466,176 
331,008 

46,080 
378,880 

63,488 

86,042 
146,483 
192,512 
115,712 

38,912 
151,552 
105,984 

922,993 

155,405 

65,152 

1,650 

196,581 

100,365 

212,621 

130,675 

60,544 

2,307,367 

97,075 

150,938 

363,622 

81,764 

10,790 

81,613 

143,684 

146,739 

5,040 

106,189 

122,675 

81,854 

77,107 

205,163 

120,218 

512,896 

13,483,6711 

847,280 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



Families. 
Families. 



Popula 
tion. 



63 


58 


242 


268 


144 


145 


294 


298 


180 


183 


218 


222 


289 


298 


338 


349 


238 


260 


165 


169 


3,459 


3,735 


249 


249 


445 


461 


155 


158 


353 


371 


84 


84 


305 


335 


331 


332 


182 


218 


233 


269 


364 


439 


174 


194 


160 


176 


424 


449 


7,213 


7,531 


757 


778 


912 


952 


1,600 


1,682 


907 


963 


992 


1,020 


605 


631 


1,023 


1,084 


417 


421 


5,719 


6,079 


278 


293 


390 


398 


451 


459 


115 


115 


1,298 


1,429 


292 


293 


132 


134 


278 


284 


302 


347 


70 


81 


143 


144 


161 


162 


260 


263 


653 


733 


457 


480 


439 


464 


85,313 


89,386 


4,018 


4,097 


177 


188 


167 


157 


184 


189 


195 


204 


178 


184 



1,200 

699 

1,614 

925 

1,103 

1,507 

1,774 

1,228 

795 

21,136 

1,260 
2,684 

868 
1,897 

453 
1,882 
1,663 
1,283 
1,608 
2,577 
1,150 
1,073 
2,738 

42,060 

4,332 
6,068 
9,026 
5,587 
5,286 
3,364 
6,431 
1,966 

31,620 

1,486 

2,108 

2,528 

595 

7,117 

1,551 

714 

1,606 

1,892 

387 

720 

915 

1,392 

3,611 

2,455 

2,543 

459,574 

18,842 

1,019 
662 
968 

858 
897 



^ The areas of sub-districts in Nova Scotia have not been obtained — Les superficies deR an„<. A;^t ■ .. 
de la Nouvelle-Eoosse n'ont pas ^t^ obtenues. ^ sous-distncts 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



37 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 












- 









— 


Non-mari^a. 


Marias. 


En veuvage. 


Divorc^. 


N° 


Homme. 


Femme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


F. M. 


H. 


F. 




186 


147 


130 


94 


60 


48 


6 


5 






1 


612 


588 


379 


346 


213 


193 


20 


49 


, 




2 


384 


315 


260 


175 


111 


112 


13 


28 






3 


832 


782 


668 


493 


264 


260 


10 


39 






4 


455 


470 


289 


280 


152 


154 


14 


36 






5 


563 


540 


356 


316 


191 


189 


16 


35 






6 


792 


715 


604 


407 


259 


260 


29 


48 






7 


925 


849 


614 


613 


274 


270 


37 


66 






8 


609 


619 


369 


364 


214 


210 


26 


45 






9 


408 


387 


238 


209 


155 


154 


15 


24 






10 


ll,2r3 


9,863 


7,500 


6,051 


3,48£ 


3,435 


285 


376 


5 


1 




668 


692 


406 


327 


23f 


226 


26 


39 






11 


1,444 


1,240 


982 


782 


42i 


426 


33 


32 


1 




12 


485 


383 


312 


218 


155 


148 


18 


17 






13 


1,039 


858 


707 


498 


301 


306 


30 


56 


1 




14 


262 


191 


182 


109 


70 


70 


10 


12 






15 


958 


924 


606 


571 


328 


323 


22 


30 


2 




16 


915 


748 


600 


407 


290 


289 


25 


62 






17 


682 


601 


468 


394 


201 


196 


13 


12 






18 


,844 


764 


577 


491 


254 


246 


13 


27 






19 


1,379 


1,198 


916 


743 


431 


428 


32 


27 






20 


602 


548 


408 


354 


179 


175 


15 


19 






21 


555 


518 


371 


324 


168 


168 


15 


25 


1 


1 


22 


1,440 


1,298 


965 


833 


442 


436 


33 


29 






23 


21,389 


20,6n 


13,848 


12,735 


6,941 


6,784 


695 


1,150 


5 


2 




2,339 


1,993 


1,560 


1,183 


714 


708 


74 


102 


1 




24 


3,209 


2,859 


2,198 


1,839 


904 


846 


109 


174 






25 


4,416 


4,610 


2,759 


2,832 


1,553 


1,508 


102 


270 


2 




26 


3,843 


2,744 


1,869 


1,711 


904 


895 


70 


138 






27 


2,682 


2,604 


1,705 


1,547 


916 


905 


61 


162 






28 


1,751 


1,613 


1,160 


973 


645 


663 


45 


85 


1 


2 


29 


3,179 


3,252 


2,046 


2,080 


1,043 


1,016 


91 


157 






30 


970 


996 


564 


570 


362 


364 


43 


72 


1 




31 


16,143 


15,477 


10,260 


9,105 


5,368 


5,377 


510 


990 


6 


5 




772 


714 


483 


417 


261 


260 


28 


37 






32 


1,110 

1,348 

312 


998 


737 


587 


340 


344 


32 


63 


1 


4 


33 


1,180 


871 


678 


427 


433 


50 


69 






34 


283 


189 


162 


111 


108 


11 


13 


1 


.. 


35 


3,399 

792 


3,718 
759 


2,092 
525 


2,202 

466 


1,195 
238 


1,214 
237 


111 

28 


302 
66 


1 

1 




36 

37 


39£ 


315 


256 


173 


139 


125 


4 


17 






38 


847 


759 


689 


473 


238 


240 


20 


45 




1 


39 


863 


1,.029 
191 


520 


651 


321 


326 


22 


52 






40 


19f 


121 


114 


68 


66 


7 


11 






41 


385 


335 


250 


202 


120 


123 


15 


10 






42 


48( 


435 


310 


261 


148 


145 


22 


29 






43 


727 
1,856 
l,27fl 
1,378 


665 


453 


369 


244 


240 


29 


56 


1 




44 


1,765 
1,176 
1,165 


1,160 
791 
913 


999 
651 
700 


652 
452 
4K 


649 
452 
416 


43 
36 
52 


107 
73 
50 




^■:: 


45 
46 

47 


233,642 


225,932 


160,158 


134,364 


76,86f 


> 75,619 


6,569 


16,907 


49 


42 




9,54S 


9,300 


5,687 


5,067 


3,54£ 


) 3,621 


304 


708 


6 


4 




486 


533 


310 


324 


16 


153 


15 


56 






48 


34( 


322 


194 


159 


135 


141 


S 


22 






49 


49( 


472 


317 


272 


16' 


165 


15 


36 






50 


401 


450 


244 


246 


15£ 


> 160 


£ 


44 






61 


445 


! 45B 


27C 


254 


15E 


) 168 


17 


43 






52 



38 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 



24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



40 



41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Clarence 

Clementsport 

Olementsva'e 

Clements, West— Ouest. , 

Dalhousie 

Granville Ferry 

Granville, Lower , 

Hampton 

Lawrencetown Lane . . . . 

Lequille 

Maitland 

Margarets ville 

Meadowvale 

Melvem 

Middleton 

Milford 

New Albany 

Nictau 

Parker Cove 

Port George 

Port Lome 

Round Hill 

Springfield 



2*7. Antigonish. 



Arisaig 

Antigoniah 

Antigonish, South— Sud 

Cape George 

Harbour au Bouohe 

Heatherton 

Linwood 

Lochaber 

Maryvale 

Morristown 

North Grant 

Pomquet 

St. Ajidrews 

St. Joseph 

South River. 

Traoadie 

Upper South River 



28. Cape Breton . 



Batestou 

Ball Creek 

Bif Pond 

Boisdale 

Boularderie 

Bridgeport 

Catalone 

East Bay, North— Nord. 
East Bay, South— Sud ., 

Erenohvale 

Gabarus 

George River 

Glace Bay . 

Grand Mira 

Grand Narrows 

Hillside 

Lingan 

Little Bra.3 d'Or 

Loch Lomond 

Louisburg 



Area 
in aeres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



355,840 



618,240 



Houses. 

Demeures. 



286 
143 
146 
105 

64 
187 
178 

71 
148 
169 

76 
127 
178 
128 
207 

74 

52 
183 
106 
136 
125 
120 
118 

2,560 

106 
337 
122 
180 
152 
165 
142 

ni 

104 
150 

81 
147 
186 
218 

99 
155 

85 

8,251 

59 
168 

74 
143 
207 
942 

71 

99 
105 

93 
226 
208 
1,142 
119 
240 
157 
144 
148 

61 
301 



Families. 
Families. 



300 
143 
146 
107 

66 
195 
180 

73 
148 
169 

76 
128 
178 
137 
207 

74 

52 
183 
106 
136 
133 
120 
118 

2,590 

106 
354 
124 
180 
152 
166 
145 
131 
105 
150 

81 
149 
186 
222 

99 
155 

85 

8,568 

59 
168 

74 
143 
207 
980 

71 

99 
105 

93 
226 
208 
1,180 
119 
240 
157 
150 
150 

61 
301 



Popula 
tion. 



1,435 
642 
690 
465 
328 
869 
842 
307 
613 
871 
374 
476 
776 
578 
969 
354 
292 
742 
531 
548 
565 
610 
561 

13,617 

551 
•1,838 
590 
946 
795 
846 
781 
596 
503 
767 
403 
910 
988 
1,285 
544 
800 
474 

49,166 

330 

892 

419 

765 

1,073 

5,945 

345 

602 

529 

560 

1,116 

1,128 

6,945 

686 

1,424 

954 

825 

790 

296 

1,588 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



39 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 




- 


_ 


- 




- 







— 


— 


Nou-mariis. 


Mari^. 


Bn veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N' 


Homme. 


Femme. 
























M. H. 


r. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


F. 




730 


705 


418 


380 


279 


278 


32 


51 


Ij 


1 


1 


323 


319 


1^ 


170 


119 


119 


15 


30 


1 




2 


356: 


334 


220 


185 


127 


127 


9 


22 










3 


239 


226 


136 


121 


97 


94 


6 


11 










4 


170 


158 


114 


94 


62 


53 


4 


11 










6 


429 


440 


234 


222 


181 


180 


14 


38 










6 


433 


409 


261 


224 


152 


152 


20 


33 










7 


151 


156 


81 


88 


64 


62 


6 


6 










8 


305 


308 


176 


167 


122 


119 


7 


22 










9 


434 


437 


269 


260 


155 


149 


10 


28 










10 


197 


177 


121 


94 


70 


72 


6 


11 










11 


257 


219 


151 


117 


97 


89 


9 


13 










12 


405 


371 


237 


189 


152 


154 


16 


28 










13 


294 


284 


161 


147 


118 


117 


15 


20 










14 


473 


496 


276 


272 


178 


181 


18 


42 




1 




1 


15 


187 


167 


116 


93 


67 


67 


4 


7 










16 


163 


129 


109 


70 


53 


52 


1 


7 










17 


375 


367 


215 


190 


159 


151 


1 


26 










18 


273 


258 


176 


146 


88 


91 


8 


21 


1 






19 


286 


262 


166 


115 


121 


117 


7 


28 


2 




2 


20 


298 


267 


171 


129 


118 


117 


8 


21 


1 






21 


299 


811 


185 


194 


95 


99 


19 


18 








22 


293 


268 


180 


145 


106 


109 


7 


14 








23 


6,742 


6,875 


4,615 


4,450 


1,841 


1,847 


284 


577 


2 


1 




269 


282 


191 


188 


65 


64 


13 


30 






24 


876 


962 


615 


668 


231 


224 


29 


70 


1 




25 


278 


312 


186 


196 


73 


81 


19 


35 






26 


480 


466 


3»2 


298 


124 


122 


24 


46 








27 


391 


404 


271 


261 


106 


106 


14 


36 






1 


28 


401 


445 


256 


280 


126 


129 


19 


36 








29 


421 


360 


279 


201 


128 


127 


14 


82 








30 


294 


302 


194 


196 


82 


86 


18 


20 








31 


262 


241 


178 


156 


67 


70 


17 


15 








32 


3S9 


368 


275 


227 


106 


103 


18 


38 








33 


203 


and 


141 


124 


55 


54 


7 


22 








34 


4K' *42 


304 


252 


152 


153 


12 


37 








35 


468 


520 


833 


352 


116 


115 


19 


53 








36 


628 


657 


454 


444 


159 


161 


15 


52 








37 


279 


265 


201 


188 


59 


60 


19 


17 




.- 




38 


391 


409 


244 


245 


132 


132 


15 


32 








89 


234 


240 


161 


174 


60 


60 


12 


6 


1 




40 


26,740 


22,426 


18,233 


13,896 


7,957 


7,117 


546 


1,410 


4 


3 




163 


167 


108 


105 


51 


51 


4 


11 






41 


441 


451 


311 


287 


118 


120 


12 


44 






42 


207 
381 
580 
3,383 
173 
258 
268 
272 

■3,97( 
335 
742 
,501 
406 
40S 
14: 


212 
384 


141 
263 


143 

258 


54 
105 


54 
105 


12 
13 


16 
21 






43 

44 


493 

2,562 

170 

244 

261 

288 

559 

349 

2,975 

351 

682 

453 

\ 419 

J 388 

( 153 

! 760 


401 
2,390 
123 
179 
182 
192 
328 
391 
2,724 
22S 
532 
34S 
282 
27S 
101 

64; 


309 
1,591 
111 
156 
168 
189 
310 
349 
1,810 
238 
448 
279 
286 
254 
L 103 
448 


158 

959 

48 

71 

75 

73 

221 

177 

1,193 

94 

190 

147 

112 

121 

34 

261 


155 

855 

46 

69 

73 

77 

209 

162 

1,016 

92 

190 

136 

102 

117 

34 

264 


21 

34 

4 

8 

11 
7 
7 

11 
52 
13 
20 
11 
12 
8 
8 
20 


29 
116 
13 
18 
20 
22 
40 
38 
149 
21 
44 
38 
31 
17 
16 
68 


1 

1 


1 
1 


45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
65 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 



40 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Main-i-Dieu 

North Sydney, Town — Ville . 

Port Morien 

South Bar. . . -. 

South Forks 

Sydney, Town- -ViDe 

Sydney Mines, Town— Ville 



a' 

61. Trout 'Brook. 



29. Colchester . 



Acadia Mines 

Brookfield 

CUf ton 

Earltown 

Economy 

Pive Islands 

Gays River 

JCemptown 

Lower Londonderry 

Lower Onslow 

Lower Stewiaoke 

Middle Londonderry 

Middle Stewiacke 

New Annan 

North River 

Salmon River 

Tatamagouohe, East — Est . 

do West — Ouestj 

Truro, Town— Ville 

Upper Londonderry , 

Upper Stewiacke, East — Est .... 

do West- Quest . 
Waughs River 



30. Cumberland. 



61. 



Amherst, Town- 
Polling district 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
fdo 
-^do 
Ldo 26, 

do 
• do 

do 

do 

do 



Ville. 
No. 4.. 



6, 

7 

8. 

9 

10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23., 



27; 



29. 

30. 

31. 

32 

33. 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 



928,640 



1,077,120 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



129 

755 
264 
101 
157 
1,456 
555 
127 

4,917 

216 
181 
187 
194 
174 
148 
143 
53 
188 
183 
208 
212 
125 
178 
218 
2.53 
151 
114 
1,098 
205 
136 
105 
247 

6,854 



40 

87 
172 
143 
119 
180 
187 
176 

98 
152 
172 
131 
142 
135 
167 
168 
191 
260 
167 
167 
195 
213 
599 
211 

62 
187 

63 
274 



Families. 



ITamillea. 



131 
840 
269 
104 
158 
1,570 
578 
127 

5,022 

221 
183 
195 
195 
176 
148 
145 
54 
189 
186 
214 
215 
126 
181 
226 
201 
152 
116 
1,125 
217 
140 
105 
252 

7,020 

955 
40 
87 
173 
146 
120 
180 
196 
181 
98 
158 
173 
142 
147 
138 
169 
170 
191 
264 
176 



Popula 
tion. 



757 
4,646 
1,453 

599 

825 
9,909 
3,191 

674 

24,900 

1,074 

950 

887 

895 

820 

762 

735 

236 

910 

933 

1,167 

1,015 

618 

774 

1,041 

1,280 

716 

579 

5,993 

1,042 

714 

472 

1,287 

36,168 

4,964 
210 
406 
881 
754 
612 
994 
981 
850 
451 
762 
832 
640 
709 
670 
852 
814 
966 

1,285 
846 



170 


908 


198 


1,076 


213 


1,129 


605 


3,430 


211 


1,168 


63 


367 


187 


1,088 


63 


338 


283 


1,598 



1 Springhill town having a population of 5,178, is included in polling districts 24, 25 26 27 anH 9i*_ 
La ville de Springhill, ayant une population de 5,178, est comprise dans lea polls 24, 25, 26, 27 et 28. '^ 



RECENSEMENT DTJ CANADA, 1901. 



41 



Tableau vii 


. Superfi 


eies, Demeures, Families, 


Population, Sexe, Etat civil 








Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced/ 




Male. 


Female. 




- 


, — 




- 






— 


— 


Non-mari&. 


Marias. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N* 


Homme. 


Femme. 








' 
















M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 

16 


F. 

31 


M. H. 


F. 




402 


355 


280 


218 


107 


106 






1 


2,404 


2,242 


1,548 


1,339 


814 


742 


42 


161 






2 


739 


714 


495 


430 


231 


230 


12 


64 


1 




3 


301 


298 


200 


187 


90 


• 85 


11 


26 






4 


409 


. 416 


290 


281 


100 


99 


19 


36 






5 


5,928 


3,981 


4.058 


2,421 


1,769 


1,363 


110 


206 


1 


1 


6 


1,617 


1,574 


i,oa3 


984 


500 


492 


34 


98 






7 


349 


326 


240 


194 


94 


94 


15 


37 






8 


12,668 


12,342 


7,945 


7,233 


4,223 


4,179 


388 


927 


2 


3 




532 


542 


348 


328 


171 


173 


13 


41 






9 


499 


451 


318 


254 


157 


158 


24 


39 






10 


455 


432 


278 


237 


161 


164 


16 


30 




1 


11 


433 


462 


285 


287 


132 


131 


16 


44 






12 


408 


412 


246 


232 


144 


144 


18 


36 






13 


412 


350 


261 


186 


139 


136 


12 


27 




1 


14 


384 


351 


238 


207 


134 


123 


12 


21 






15 


142 


94 


96 


41 


40 


41 


6 


12 


,[ 




16 


492 


418 


325 


240 


148 


148 


19 


30 






17 


497 


436 


324 


244 


159 


160 


14 


32 


\[ 




18 


621 


546 


424 


323 


196 


183 


1 


40 






19 


503 


512 


320 


301 


161 


159 


22 


52 


]\ 




20 


326 


292 


206 


171 


106 


103 


14 


18 


\\ 




21 


403 


371 


256 


209 


131 


127 


16 


35 






22 


645 


496 


341 


295 


173 


170 


31 


31 






23 


671 


609 


428 


351 


224 


220 


19 


38 






24 


347 


369 


215 


218 


123 


126 


8 


25 


1 


.. 


25 


323 


256 


217 


136 


99 


103 


7 


17 






26 


2,784 


3,209 


1,692 


i.980 


1,032 


1,009 


60 


219 


, , 


1 


27 


514 


528 


308 


297 


181 


188 


24 


43 


1 




28 


361 


3.^3 


233 


205 


121 


122 


7 


26 






29 


245 


227 


150 


119 


87 


86 


8 


22 






30 


661 


626 


436 


372 


204 


205 


21 


49 






31 


18,679 


17,489 


11,819 


10,192 


6,363 


6.284 


490 


1,011 


7 


2 




2,477 


2,487 


1,522 


1,449 


885 


876 


70 


162 






32 


100 


110 


62 


65 


34 


36 


4 


10 






33 


217 


189 


137 


105 


75 


75 


5 


9 






34 


451 


430 


282 


257 


162 


149 


7 


24 






35 


398 


356 


247 


205 


140 


135 


11 


16 






36 


305 


307 


194 


185 


102 


106 


9 


16 






37 


507 


487 


330 


296 


176 


181 




10 


1 




38 


635 


446 


335 


252 


187 


176 


■ 13 


18 






39 


436 


414 


256 


218 


170 


166 


10 


30 






40 


236 


215 


147 


112 


82 


84 


7 


19 






41 


379 


383 


240 


214 


132 


130 


7 


39 






42 


436 


396 


272 


219 


151 


144 


13 


32 




1 


43 


307 


333 


181 


192 


113 


114 


13 


27 






44 


374 


335 


231 


182 


129 


125 


14 


28 






46 


846 


324 


216 


179 


113 


112 


16 


33 


1 




46 


466 


386 


298 


221 


142 


141 


25 


24 


1 




47 


429 


385 


278 


212 


133 


137 


18 


36 






48 


491 


466 


307 


262 


176 


177 


8 


26 






49 


622 


663 


374 


391 


237 


235 


11 


37 






50 


443 


403 


263 


230 


16S 


161 


11 


12 






51 


488 


420 


312 


242 


16S 


157 


IS 


21 






52 


664 


512 


371 


309 


184 


180 


8 


23 






53 


573 


566 


36£ 


330 


194 


193 


14 


33 






54 


1,804 


1,626 


1,194 


969 


575 


655 


37 


101 


1 


1 


55 


629 


539 


Hi 


316 


18f 


> 183 


2E 


40 






56 


18S 


184 


11£ 


117 


5J 


1 59 


' £ 


8 






57 


58^ 


504 


39e 


303 


178 


i 180 


IC 


) 21 






58 


187 


151 


lie 


80 


6( 


) 67 


I 


) 4 






59 


85C 


748 


65£ 


) 439 


27( 


) 277 


IS 


) 32 






60 



42 CENSUS OP CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



6 
6 

7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



29 
30 
31 
32 
83 
34 
35 
36 
37 



40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
60 



51 
52 
53 
64 
65 
66 
67 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Area 
in acres. 

Superfioie 
en acres. 



(Ji. Polling District No 34 . . 
el. do ■ 35.. 

P-. Parrsboro, Town — Ville. . 
g^. Polling district No. 38 . . 

31. Digby 



Barton 

Chotieamp. .-. 

Church Point 

Comeauville 

CuUoden 

Digby 

Freeport 

Grosses Coques 

Hillsburp 

Little River 

Marshalls, Town— Ville . 

Meteghan 

Meteghan River 

New Tusket 

Ply mpton 

Ross way 

Salmon River 

Sandy Cove 

Smith Cove 

St. Bernard 

Tiverton 

Westport 

Weymouth 

Weymouth Bridge. . 



32. G-uysborough.. 



Caledonia 

Canso 

Country Harbour. 

Crow Harbour 

Forks 

Goshen 

Guysborough 

Indian Harbour . . . 

Intervale 

Isaac Harbour.. . 

Larry River 

Liscomb 

Manchester 

Marie Joseph 

Melford 

Mulgrave 

New Harbour 

Salmon River ... . 

Sherbrooke 

Sonora 

Traoadie 

Whitehead 



33. Halifax, City& Co— Cite et comte. 
a. Ward, Quartier, No. 1 



h. 



/. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



g. Bedford 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



No. 2. 
No. 3. 
No. 4, 
No. 5. 
No. 6. 



Houses. 

Demeiires. 



Families. 
Families. 



.. 


241 


265 




171 


172 


.. 


539 


549 


•• 


137 


137 


640,000 


3,902 


4,023 




126 


130 




80 


88 




169 


174 




165 


165 




13£ 


139 




253 


.J^ 




171 


171 




106 


111 




251 


252 




83 


83 




240 


240 




•221 


229 




185 


197 




104 


113 




139 


146 




76 


85 




237 


246 




159 


161 




95 


95 




221 


234 




114 


114 




161 


169 




164 


154 


■• 


253 


264 


1,059,840 


3,420 


3,535 




60 


60 




418 


447 




128 


129 




150 


165 




139 


139 




71 


71 




277 


277 




161 


161 




158 


160 




268 


283 




156 


156 




105 


105 




224 


224 




96 


96 




142 


142 




159 


164 




68 


71 




113 


113 




180 


189 




60 


60 




79 


79 




208 


244 


1,358,960 


12,543 


14,141 




922 


999 




■ 1,135 


1,467 




551 


710 




864 


1,168 




1,570 


2,001 




1,277 


1,384 


•■ 


39 


41 



Popula 
tion. 



1,291 
915 

2,705 
686 

20,322 

639 
448 
988 
980 
682 

1,150 
830 
647 

1,162 
448 

1,199 

1,214 

1,082 
612 
819 
391 

1,318 
754 
378 

1,296 
542 
724 
685 

1,334 

18,320 

268 

2,367 
705 
828 
726 
390 

1,411 
838 
827 

1,486 
910 
563 

1,133 
547 
632 
810 
380 
598 

1,021 
322 
369 

1,189 

74,662 

6,069 
7,440 
3,561 
6,925 
9,706 
8,131 
220 



REGENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



43 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 






_ 




- 


- 


— 




,— 


Femme. 


Non-mari&. 


Mari&. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N* 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


f. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. B. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 




678 


613 


425 


339 


231 


236 


21 


38 


1 




1 


459 


456 


300 


304 


131 


133 


28 


19 






2 


1,353 


1,352 


833 


820 


497 


484 


21 


48 


2 




3 


372 


314 


243 


178 


118 


121 


11 


15 






4 


10,365 


9,957 


6,546 


6,811 


3,525 


3,498 


292 


647 


2 


1 




317 


322 


198 


182 


112 


114 


7 


26 






5 


249 


199 


165 


108 


79 


78 


5 


13 






6 


513 


475 


339 


284 


160 


, 160 


14 


31 






7 


505 


475 


336 


299 


157 


164 


12 


22 






8 


341 


341 


213 


207 


120 


116 


8 


18 






9 


^542 


608 


305 


842 


223 


216 


14 


50 






10 


427 


403 


268 


228 


144 


144 


15 


31 






11 


329 


318 


217 


199 


99 


97 


13 


22 






12 


666 


596 


332 


339 


213 


218 


21 


39 






13 


228 


220 


139 


131 


80 


80 


9 


9 






14 


607 


592 


371 


343 


209 


212 


25 


37 


2 




15 


609 


606 


395 


367 


194 


191 


20 


47 






16 


687 


495 


388 


285 


188 


186 


11 


24 






17 


327 


285 


213 


173 


104 


104 


10 


8 






18 


428 


391 


292 


238 


130 


133 


6 


20 






19 


204 


187 


135 


119 


69 


65 




3 






20 


693 


625 


460 


364 


222 


223 


" 11 


38 






21 


396 


358 


255 


194 


132 


129 


9 


35 






22 


177 


201 


98 


107 


74 


71 


6 


22 




1 


23 


654 


642 


430 


399 


212 


209 


12 


34 






24 


288 


254 


171 


143 


100 


99 


17 


12 






26 


3ffi 


389 


210 


187 


139 


140 


16 


32 






26 


.337 


348 


194 


186 


130 


126 


13 


36 






27 


676 


658 


422 


387 


236 


233 


19 


38 






28 


9,569 


8,751 


6,264 


5,165 


3,044 


2,989 


257 


592 


4 


5 




137 


131 


86 


71 


46 


45 


4 


16 


1 




29 


1,218 


1,149 


786 


678 


403 


398 


29 


73 






30 


371 


334 


263 


201 


111 


112 


7 


21 






31 


411 


417 


272 


254 


130 


129 


9 


30 




4 


32 


385 


341 


265 


198 


111 


110 


9 


33 






33 


203 


187 


135 


HI 


68 


68 


10 


18 






34 


725 


686 


476 


413 


223 


219 


26 


54 






35 


459 
411 


379 
416 


297 
264 


219 

268 


148 
129 


140 
127 


13 

18 


20 
31 


1 




36 
37 


786 


700 


513 


419 


259 


255 


13 


26 


] 




38 


474 


436 


307 


262 


149 


150 


18 


24 






39 


29^^ 


269 


187 


163 


98 


92 


9 


14 






40 


69( 


643 


405 


326 


174 


172 


11 


45 


.. 




41 


29'. 


253 


202 


153 


82 


82 


10 


18 






42 


33'i 


295 


217 


162 


108 


107 


12 


26 






43 


428 


382 


282 


218 


138 


130 


8 


34 






44 


20] 


179 


126 


104 


70 


67 


6 


8 






45 


316 

54fl 


282 


21C 


171 


96 


90 


10 


21 






46 


481 


365 


281 


16E 


164 


IS 


36 


.. 


1 


47 


171 
19J 
62E 


161 


lot 


87 


6S 


57 


7 


7 






48 


176 


HE 


94 


71 


68 


7 


14 






49 


564 


39£ 


322 


217 


217 


i 


25 


] 




50 


37,054 


[ 37,608 


23,91' 


22,778 


12,11J 


12,11C 


1,01( 


) 2,71C 


i 


i IC 




2,65C 
3,32: 
l,77i 
2,78' 
4,64' 
4,34. 
11, 


) 3,419 
i 4,117 
) 1,785 
' 3,13f 
r 6,05£ 
5 3,78J 
5 lOE 


1,65( 
2,04; 
1,11] 
1,78( 
2,88 
! 3,01 
> 7 


) 2,202 
! 2,546 
L 1,055 
) 1,93£ 
L 2,981 
5 2,305 
3 65 


89S 

1,18J 

62( 

95' 

1,66. 

1,24 

3 


i m 

) 1,195 
) 69( 
I 948 
) 1,67C 
I 1,24^ 
3 3' 


lOi 
9! 

4i 
! 6' 
) 10 
1 S 

I 


! 28] 
8 37! 
i 14( 
3 254 
3 40f 
) 24] 
3 ' 


. " : 
) 
I 
s 

L 


< 
i 

L " ] 

L 

•• 


! 51 
52 
53 

L 54 

L 65 

L 66 

67 



44 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 



41 

42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 



6) 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



fe. Bedford Basin 

Chezzetoook, Bast — Est 

j. Cbezzetcook, West — Quest. 

k. Cole Harbour 

I. Dartmouth, Town — Ville . . . 

m. East Dover 

n. Eastern Passage 

Fa]l River .".... 

p. Perguson Cove 

q. French ViUage 

Gays River 

HackettCove 

t. Hammond Plains 

u. Herring Cove 

Hubbard Cove 

w. Ingram River 

X. Jeddore 

Lawrencetov?n 

Little River 

a^. Meagher Grant.. 

61. Middle Musquodoboit . . 

c'. Musquodoboit Harbour . . . 

d'. Northwest Arm 

e^. Port Dufferin 

/^.Porter Lake 

j/'. Portuguese Cove 

A.^. Preston --~ 

ji. Preston Eond 

yi. Prospect Road 

k^. Hambro 

Ji. Seafoith 

. Sheet Harbour 

, Ship Harbour 

0'. Shoal Bay 

pi. Smith Cove 

gi. Spry Bay 

r'. Terence Bay 

' Thirteen-mile House 

Upper Musquodoboit . 
«i. Upper Prospect 



34. Hants. 



Avondale 

Burlington 

Falmouth 

Falmouth Forks 

Gore 

Hantsport 

Kempt 

Maitland 

Nine-mile River 

Noel 

Rawdon. 

Rawdon & Uniacke 

St. Croix 

Scotch Village 

Shubenacadie 

South Newport 

Walton 

Windsor Forks 

Windsor, Town— Ville . 



35. Inverness 

a. Broad Cove Marsh . 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



786,560 



901,600 



146 

205 

261 

162 

889 

78 

190 

184 

43 

144 

132 

181 

136 

75 

93 

112 

211 

74 

50 

95 

186 

175 

98 

198 

40 

85 

107 

93 

80 

103 

61 

258 

151 

159 

174 

146 

71 

212 

232 

95 

3,915 

124 
116 
188 
46 
196 
150 
331 
340 
219 
223 
120 
128 
306 
145 
292 
188 
80 
95 
628 

4,072 

147 



Families. 
Families. 



147 

207 

261 

172 

960 

82 

190 

186 

43 

145 

133 

181 

136 

76 

103 

113 

212 

74 

53 

95 

186 

177 

98 

200 

41 

85 

107 



103 
63 
259 
161 
170 
174 
148 
98 
213 
232 
109 

3,964 

126 
117 
195 
46 
196 
161 
3.S3 
340 
222 
230 
151 
128 
307 
146 
294 
190 
80 
96 
636 

4,191 

162 



Popula 
tion. 



865 

1,006 

1,116 

1,377 

4,806 

473 

1,020 

1,004 

204 

827 

728 

883 

691 

438 

495 

635 

1,123 

359 

221 

466 

945 

908 

481 

1,120 

210 

485 

498 

493 

443 

.503 

270 

1,583 

856 

1,092 

928 

893 

469 

1,022 

1,219 

455 

20,056 

613 

570 

925 

275 

983 

713 

1,564 

1,763 

1,140 

1,237 

669 

645 

1,570 

705 

1,463 

1,001 

400 

522 

3,3981 

24,353 



1 Includes polling division 4, outside the corporation limits, with a population of 549— Comprenant le 
poll 4, (population 549), situ6 en dehors des limites do la ville. 



Tableau vii. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



45 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 




- 







- 







— 


— 


Non-maries. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N" 


Homme. 


Femme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 
121 


F. 

124 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 




382 


483 


246 


325 


15 


34 






1 


539 


467 


355 


274 


171 


170 


13 


23 






2 


591 


525 


349 


272 


242 


212 




41 






3 


687 


690 


447 


411 


212 


232 


■■ 26 


45 


2 


2 


4 


2,267 


2,539 


1,435 


1,550 


769 


785 


63 


203 




1 


5 


269 


204 


174 


110 


88 


90 


7 


4 






6 


513 


607 


321 


307 


182 


173 


10 


27 






7 


55S 


451 


372 


268 


161 


156 


20 


26 




1 


8 


111 


93 


70 


55 


31 


32 


10 


6 






9 


446 


881 


301 


231 


129 


127 


16 


23 






10 


388 


340 


265 


213 


111 


110 


12 


17 






11 


476 


407 


306 


229 


163 


159 


17 


19 






12 


366 


325 


242 


186 


113 


114 


11 


25 






13 


248 


190 


182 


130 


64 


50 


12 


10 






14 


273 


222 


169 


118 


91 


90 


13 


14 






15 


349 


286 


231 


170 


113 


109 


5 


7 






16 


590 


533 


380 


317 


195 


194 


14 


22 


1 




17 


183 


176 


112 


102 


64 


60 


7 


14 






18 


115 


106 


73 


57 


39 


39 


3 


10 






19 


258 


208 


168 


110 


84 


83 


6 


15 






20 


478 


467 


304 


276 


159 


161 


15 


30 






21 


484 


424 


305 


241 


156 


156 


23 


27 






22 


238 


243 


145 


142 


88 


92 


5 


9 






23 


683 


537 


400 


327 


169 


170 


14 


40 






24 


113 


97 


76 


54 


36 


35 


1 


8 






25 


278 


207 


200 


131 


69 


68 


9 


8 






26 


249 


249 


163 


160 


86 


99 










27 


253 


240 


167 


149 


75 


74 


" 11 


17 






28 


222 


221 


138 


137 


73 


70 


11 


14 






29 


270 


233 


171 


133 


89 


88 


10 


12 






30 


135 


135 


80 


73 


50 


50 


5 


12 






31 


822 


761 


662 


484 


238 


239 


22 


38 






32 


441 


415 


287 


251 


146 


140 


8 


24 






33 


604 


«8 


432 


309 


158 


158 


14 


21 






34 


481 


447 


317 


273 


146 


146 


18 


28 






35 


471 


422 


323 


266 


139 


134 


9 


22 






36 


266 


203 


169 


117 


80 


77 


17 


8 




1 


37 


530 


492 


.330 


286 


178 


172 


22 


35 






38 


624 


595 


402 


365 


196 


195 


26 


35 






39 


264 


191 


182 


101 


69 


65 


13 


25 






40 


10,185 


9,871 


6,555 


5,889 


3,286 


3,283 


343 


699 


1 






294 


319 


184 


196 


99 


101 


11 


22 






41 


.306 


264 


195 


145 


99 


102 


12 


17 






42 


468 


457 


287 


263 


170 


171 


11 


23 






43 


153 


122 


103 


73 


46 


43 


4 


6 






44 


516 


467 


337 


263 


165 


164 


14 


40 






45 


348 


365 


204 


206 


126 


125 


19 


35 






46 


782 


782 


485 


449 


281 


281 


16 


52 






47 


884 


879 


573 


532 


280 


277 


31 


70 






48 


587 


553 


385 


330 


186 


180 


15 


43 


1 




49 


648 


589 


435 


356 


193 


196 


20 


37 






50 


284 


285 


184 


171 


90 


88 


10 


26 






51 


339 


306 


220 


179 


103 


105 


16 


22 






52 


781 
365 


789 


497 


479 


255 


257 


29 


53 






53 


340 


225 


192 


121 


122 


19 


26 




' 


54 


762 
535 


701 


496 


416 


238 


238 


28 


47 






55 


466 


365 


275 


147 


149 


23 


42 






66 


208 


192 


138 


115 


- 60 


62 


10 


15 






57 


292 
1,633 


230 
1,765 


189 
1,053 


139 
1,111 


93 
535 


84 
538 


10 

45 


7 
116 






58 
59 


12,346 


12,007 


8,526 


7,726 


3,454 


3,380 


366 


900 




1 




482 


506 


356 


357 


108 


108 


18 


41 






60 



*6 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Conditidn. 



No. 



25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 



63 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 



DiatrictB & S. -Districts. 



Cheticamp 

Glencoe ■ , 

Craignisb 

Hillsboro 

Judiquo 

Lake Ainslie, East — Est 

Lake Ainslie, West — Ouest , 

Long Point , 

Margaree Harbour, East side — Cflte est 

Margaree Harbour, West side — C6t6 ouest. , 

Margaree, Northeast — Nord-est 

Margaree, Southwest— Sud -ouest 

Pleasant Bay. 

Poplar Grove 

Port Hastings 

Port Hawkesbury 

Port Hood 

Denys River 

Inhabitants River (part) 

St. Joseph 

Strath Lome 

West Bay 

Whyoooomagh, North side — C!6te nord 

Whyoocomagh, South side— Cflte sud , 



36. Kings . 



A-vonport 

Berwick 

Brooklyn Street 

Cambridge ... 

Canaan 

Canada Creek 

Canard 

Canning 

Centreville 

Dalhousie 

Dempsey Corner . 

Grand Pr6 

Greenwood 

Harbourville 

Kentville, Town— Ville, 

Kingsport 

Kingston 

Lookhartville 

Millville 

North Kingston 

Port Williams 

Scotsman Bay 

Sheffield Mills 

Somerset 

Upper Dyke Village . . . . 
Ward 7— Quartier n° 7. . 
Wolf ville, Town-ViUe. , 
Woodville 



37. Lunenburg. 



Baker Settlement 

6. Barss Comer 

Blockhouse 

Blue Rocks 

Bridgewater, Mast — Est 

/. Bridgewater, North — Nord. 



g. Bridgewater, South- 
h. Chesley Corner 



-Sud. 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



552,960 



769,280 



Houses. 



Demeures. 



349 
180 
112 
147 
131 
100 

63 
123 
118 
111 
218 
149 

51 
168 
174 
129 
323 
372 
186 
142 
261 
137 
243 
138 

4,443 

101 
217 
151 
176 
225 
105 

96 
136 
201 

54 
156 
179 
115 

72 
349 
123 
145 
141 
156 
158 
160 

91 
150 
201 
220 
194 
283 



5,924 

142 
181 
IfiO 
154 
147 
244 
191 
299 



Families. 
Families. 



412 
180 
112 
148 
131 
100 

63 
123 
131 
112 
219 
153 

55 
168 
175 
133 
324 
174 
187 
150 
261 
137 
243 
138 

4,495 

102 
2^2 
155 
178 
226 
105 

97 
136 
207 

57 
156 
179 
123 

72 
349 
126 
148 
141 
156 
158 
164 

95 
150 
201 
221 
196 
283 

b2 

6,615 

156 
181 
166 
218 
159 
246 
216 
300 



Popula- 
tion. 



2,480 

1,118 

607 



621 

391 

783 

768 

C04 

1,260 

1,029 

304 

968 

834 

633 

1,891 

976 

970 

1,092 

1,681 

713 

1,295 

680 

21,937 

507 

1,006 

671 

844 

•1,119 

467 

502 

639 

1,038 

282 

791 

874 

502 

345 

1,731 

708 

654 

692 

739 

726 

831 

544 

768 

904 

1,055 

1,085 

1,412 

601 

32,389 

855 

981 

905 

1,117 

797 

1,181 

1,022 

1,852 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 47 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 




- 


— 




— 


_ 




— 


— 


Non-mari&. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N' 


Homme. 


Femme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 




1,250 


1,230 


815 


769 


407 


408 


28 


53 






1 


572 


540 


408 


363 


139 


139 


26 


44 


, , 




2 


312 


295 


223 


194 


71 


72 


18 


28 


. , 


1 


3 


441 


418 


318 


269 


111 


111 


12 


38 




, , 


4 


386 


422 


272 


279 


106 


107 


8 


36 


, , 


• • 


5 


314 


307 


238 


203 


70 


75 


6 


29 




, , 


6 


181 


210 


125 


139 


64 


52 


2 


19 


, , 


, , 


7 


379 


404 


254 


264 


113 


109 


12 


31 






8 


398 


370 


271 


2.32 


116 


115 


11 


23 




, , 


9 


299 


305 


201 


197 


86 


87 


12 


21 






10 


653 


607 


443 


370 


198 


186 


12 


51 


.. 


, , 


11 


626 


503 


373 


318 


133 


131 


20 


24 




^. 


12 


161 


143 


107 


85 


53 


53 


1 


5 






13 


503 


466 


363 


310 


121 


127 


19 


28 


, , 


, , 


14 


418 


416 


278 


245 


124 


127 


16 


44 






15 


342 


291 


227 


159 


106 


110 


9 


22 


, , 




16 


985 


906 


682 


569 


27S 


259 


25 


78 


, , 




17 


472 


604 


327 


343 


131 


127 


14 


34 


, , 




18 


500 


470 


346 


278 


138 


139 


16 


53 






19 


553 


539 


384 


347 


158 


159 


11 


33 






20 


858 


823 


615 


663 


217 


207 


26 


53 






21 


373 


340 


251 


212 


108 


93 


14 


35 






22 


655 


640 


447 


399 


185 


183 


23 


58 






23 


333 


347 


202 


232 


123 


96 


8 


19 






24 


10,979 


10,958 


6,769 


6,281 


3,863 


3,859 


346 


816 


1 


3 




246 


261 


163 


167 


72 


72 


11 


22 






25 


470 


536 


257 


296 


198 


193 


15 


47 


, , 




26 


326 


345 


189 


185 


127 


130 


10 


30 






27 


433 


411 


277 


232 


144 


146 


12 


32 


, , 


1 


28 


573 


646 


361 


.324 


192 


188 


19 


32 


1 


2 


29 


236 


231 


146 


129 


80 


79 


10 


23 






30 


249 


253 


156 


155 


85 


83 


8 


16 


. . 




31 


331 


308 


205 


174 


114 


111 


12 


23 


, , 




32 


544 


494 


3.S7 


277 


188 


178 


19 


39 






33 


147 


135 


92 


74 


51 


51 


4 


10 






34 


413 


378 


259 


207 


142 


140 


12 


31 






35 


443 


431 


282 


247 


144 


142 


17 


12 






36 


249 


253 


128 


124 


116 


111 


5 


18 






37 


182 


163 


119 


89 


60 


60 


3 


14 






38 


831 


900 


508 


518 


310 


320 


13 


62 






39 


364 


344 


239 


215 


110 


108 


16 


21 






40 


340 


314 


192 


150 


139 


143 


9 


21 






41 


336 


356 


207 


216 


118 


118 


11 


22 






42 


376 


363 


230 


209 


141 


142 


5 


12 






43 


362 


364 


217 


206 


132 


133 


13 


26 






44 


408 


423 


257 


256 


138 


138 


13 


29 






45 


277 


267 


175 


163 


92 


90 


10 


14 






46 


401 


367 


255 


202 


129 


129 


17 


36 






47 


451 


453 


278 


248 


162 


166 


11 


39 






48 


529 


526 


319 


299 


185 


191 


25 


36 






49 


578 


507 


374 


298 


181 


180 


23 


29 






60 


634 


778 


387 


467 


229 


234 


18 


77 






51 


250 


251 


160 


154 


84 


83 


6 


14 






52 


16,681 


15,708 


10,361 


8,898 


5,923 


5,881 


394 


928 


3 


1 




437 
505 


418 


283 


256 


147 


142 


7 


20 






53 


476 


308 


274 


186 


185 


11 


17 






54 


483 


422 


297 


224 


170 


169 


16 


29 






65 


664 


553 


346 


331 


203 


199 


15 


23 






56 


385 


412 


236 


240 


141 


1.30 


8 


41 




1 


57 


568 


613 


339 


361 


215 


217 


14 


35 






58 


507 


515 


312 


298 


185 


184 


10 


33 






59 


■ 865 


787 


558 


453 


292 


291 


16 


43 




'.'.' 60 



48 CENSUS OP CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Popiilation, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



] 

2 

3 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

1.S 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 



29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
63 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 



Districts & S.-Districts. 



Chester Basin 

Chester, Bast— Est 

Chester, West — Quest 

Conquerall Bank 

Cross Koads 

Dublin Shore 

First South 

Italy Cross 

Lahave Island 

Lunenburg, Town— Ville 

Mader Cove 

Mahone Bay 

Mahone Bay, Road — Chemin. 

Midville Branch 

MUl Cove 

Newcombville 

New Cornwall 

New iloss 

. Northiield 

Oakland 

Petite Riviere 

. Pleasantville 

Ritcey Cove 

. Sandy Beaches 

Tanoook 

, Upper Lahave 

Vogler Cove 

Western Shore 



38. Pictou . 



Abercrombie 

Albion Mines (Stellarton, part) 

Bailey Brook 

Barney River 

BridgeviUe 

Cape John 

Caribou 

Caribou River 

Churchville 

I)alhousie 

Drummond Mines {Westville, part) 

Ferrona 

Fisher Grant 

Garden of Eden 

Green Hill 

Hardwood Hill 

Hopewell 

Little Harbour 

Lome 

McLennan Mountain 

Merigomish 

Middle River 

Mill Brook 

Mount Thorn 

Now Glasgow 

New Larig 

Pictou Island 

Pictou, Town— Villa 

River John 

River John, West Branch — Branche Quest. 

Stellarton (part) 

Sunnybrae 

Thorbum 

Toney River 

Trenton 



Area 
in acres 

Superficie 
en acres. 



719,360 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



106 
168 
181 
121 
187 
202 
111 
88 
73 
488 
116 
197 
124 
142 
122 
134 
112 
192 
131 
243 
133 
156 
187 
121 
112 
140 
162 
157 

6,757 

80 

174 

138 

177 

168 

199 

101 

52 

80 

155 

220 

21 

82 

142 

132 

192 

127 

124 

99 

105 

142 

145 

121 

182 

845 

91 

36 

625 

237 

143 

254 

119 

185 

125 

249 



Families. 
Families. 



109 
175 
190 
136 
250 
221 
125 
100 
80 
657 
118 
199 
135 
152 
137 
140 
118 
205 
131 
259 
140 
157 
187 
133 
122 
149 
176 
172 

6,946 

82 
178 
138 
177 
170 
201 
102 

52 

80 
158 
222 
121 

90 
148 
132 
203 
127 
125 

99 
HI 
144 
145 
122 
192 
878 

92 

36 
692 
239 
148 
264 
119 
185 
126 
254 



Popula- 
tion. 



578 
832 
978 
599 

1,147 

1,043 
616 
495 
418 

2,916 
556 
866 
689 
761 
658 
777 
648 

1,264 
677 

1,326 
.572 
803 

1,027 
593 
629 
774 
799 



33,459 

435 
913 
735 
802 
767 
918 
474 
236 
394 
793 

1,171 
580 
382 
687 
635 
915 
598 
618 
498 
480 
693 
672 
511 
854 

4,447 
437 
159 

3,235 

1,130 
711 

1,422 
527 
933 
643 

1,274 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901, 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



49 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 







— 











Non-marife. 


Marias. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N" 


Homme. 


Temme. 
























M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


r. 




292 


286 


190 


171 


98 


101 


4 


14 






1 


417 


415 


260 


243 


143 


147 


13 


25 


1 




2 


500 


478 


311 


282 


178 


175 


11 


21 






3 


302 


297 


173 


171 


126 


121 


3 


5 






4 


601 


549 


370 


292 


217 


214 


14 


40 






5 


522 


521 


318 


290 


188 


189 


16 


42 






6 


^6 


290 


198 


150 


122 


122 


6 


18 






7 


241 


254 


147 


156 


92 


91 


2 


7 






8 


241 


177 


161 


96 


75 


73 


5 


8 






9 


1,405 


1,511 


808 


837 


565 


566 


32 


108 






10 


284 


272 


170 


147 


105 


100 


9 


19 






11 


410 


456 


242 


253 


158 


161 


10 


42 






12 


356 


333 


221 


180 


126 


126 


9 


27 






13 


416 


345 


257 


188 


141 


140 


18 


17 






14 


359 


299 


222 


173 


121 


122 


16 


4 






15 


415 


362 


273 


206 


132 


131 


10 


25 






IB 


362 


286 


242 


156 


113 


HI 


7 


19 






17 


672 


592 


466 


375 


199 


195 


13 


22 




:: 18 


369 


308 


227 


159 


130 


130 


12 


19 




.. 19 


690 


636 


440 


372 


233 


228 


17 


36 


. , 




2l> 


279 


293 


147 


138 


129 


134 


3 


21 






21 


436 


367 


272 


199 


159 


148 


5 


20 






22 


534 


493 


347 


290 


174 


172 


13 


31 






23 


335 


258 


212 


128 


111 


114 


11 


16 


1 




24 


307 


322 


188 


195 


115 


113 


4 


14 






25 


409 


365 


266 


208 


136 


136 


C 


21 


1 




26 


445 


354 


288 


175 


148 


148 


9 


31 






27 


442 


396 


272 


231 


150 


150 


20 


15 






28 


16,664 


16,795 


10,726 


10,071 


5,430 


5,429 


507 


1,294 


1 


1 




222 


213 


152 


140 


59 


61 


11 


12 








29 


467 


446 


316 


283 


148 


157 


3 


6 








30 


355 


380 


254 


255 


89 


85 


12 


40 








31 


425 


.S77 


282 


228 


122 


119 


21 


30 








32 


367 


400 


226 


239 


131 


132 


10 


29 








33 


493 


425 


320 


241 


154 


150 


19 


34 








34 


228 


246 


142 


143 


75 


79 


11 


24 








35 


122 


114 


80 


65 


40 


38 


2 


11 








36 


203 


191 


132 


107 


69 


69 


2 


15 








37 


399 


394 


259 


238 


121 


121 


19 


35 








38 


607 


564 


400 


339 


202 


198 


5 


27 








39 


293 


287 


177 


168 


107 


105 


9 


14 








40 


188 


194 


117 


105 


65 


68 


6 


21 








41 


371 


316 


246 


179 


111 


111 


14 


26 








42 


303 


332 


193 


209 


98 


93 


12 


30 








43 


452 


463 


274 


269 


160 


158 


18 


36 








44 


277 


321 


164 


181 


105 


109 


8 


31 








45 


290 


328 


178 


199 


100 


98 


12 


31 








46 


239 


259 


138 


140 


97 


98 


4 


21 








47 


23S 


241 


155 


144 


78 


76 


6 


21 








48 


34C 


353 


226 


215 


102 


104 


12 


34 








49 


35S 


319 


223 


178 


111 


111 


19 


30 








50 


29J: 


258 


160 


155 


78 


78 


15 


25 








51 


437 

2,126 

245 


417 


293 


246 


129 


128 


15 


43 








52 


2,321 
192 


1,353 
164 


1,408 
111 


719 

71 


734 
63 


54 
10 


179 
18 








53 
54 


70 

1,540 

581 


89 


47 


56 


21 


21 


2 


12 








55 


1,695 
549 


987 
375 


1,058 
314 


503 
183 


491 
184 


50 
23 


145 
51 






1 


56 

57 


352 


359 


225 


211 


106 


105 


20 


43 


1 






58 


745 
258 
485 
338 
036 


677 


497 


417 


247 


259 


1 


1 








59 


269 


151 


152 


94 


95 


13 


22 








60 


448 


330 


275 


147 


144 


8 


29 








61 


305 


226 


176 


100 


99 


12 


30 








62 


638 


408 


391 


209 


214 


19 


33 








63 



A— 4 



50 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

^ Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 



19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 



37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
4G 
47 
48 
49 



60 
51 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



j^. Wentworth Grant . 
k'-. Westville (part)... 



39. Richmond. 



Ariohat 

Arichat, West— Quest 

Black River 

Desoouse 

Prainboise 

Grand River 

L'Ardoise 

Loch Lomond 

Petite deOrat 

Port Malcolm 

Poulamon 

Red Islands 

River Bourgeois 

Inhabitants River (part). 

Rockdale 

St. Peter 



40. Shelburne & Queens . 



Shelburne . 



Barrington Head 

Church Over 

Clark Harbour 

Clyde River 

Doctor Cove 

Jordan Bay 

Jordan River 

Lockeport 

North Cape Island 

Northeast Harbour 

Ohio 

Port Latour 

Ragged Island 

Sable River 

Sandy Point 

Shag Harbour 

Shelburne, Town — ViUe 
Woods Harbour 



Queens. 



rfi. 



Beach Meadows 

Brookfield 

Brooklyn 

Caledonia 

Greenfield 

Hunt Point 

Kempt 

Liverpool, Town — Ville , 

Mill Village 

Milton 

Port Medway 

Port Mouton 

Western "Head 



41. Victoria . 



a. Baddeck 

6. Bay St. Lawrence. 



Area 
in acres. 

Superfieie 
en acres. 



312,960 



1,294,387 



711,040 



Houses. 
Demeurea 



108 

482 

2,526 

118 
187 
108 
134 
11' 
146 
155 
72 
268 
105 
153 
152 
217 
151 
224 
219 



4,875 



168 

159 

243 

215 

118 

56 

92 

217 

217 

84 

60 

187 

117 

179 

95 

125 

267 

218 



142 

181 

131 

171 

82 

70 

82 

411 

136 

253 

159 

159 

81 

1,922 

236 

82 



Families'. 



Families. 



Popula 
tion. 



108 


480 


486 


2,300 


2,685 


13,515 


124 


691 


201 


1,046 


110 


517 


156 


765 


117 


595 


147 


689 


164 


885 


72 


366 


308 


1,513 


112 


497 


169 


825 


153 


814 


236 


1,129 


166 


852 


230 


1,264 


220 


1,168 


5,094 


24,428 


175 


784 


163 


784 


270 


1,415 


218 


958 


118 


631 


64 


287 


94 


520 


241 


1,117 


217 


1,026 


87 


342 


60 


363 


197 


812 


124 


606 


185 


927 


96 


495 


135 


604 


268 


1,445 


232 


1,186 


153 


667 


181 


900 


134 


627 


176 


863 


85 


494 


71 


412 


83 


376 


437 


1,937 


139 


713 


275 


1,246 


165 


790 


168 


813 


83 


388 


1,980 


10,571 


242 


1,235 


82 


479 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



51 



Male. 
Homme. 



Female. 
Femme. 



237 
1,128 

6,839 

278 
511 
269 
393 
316 
^0 
467 
184 
755 
258 
384 
407 
585 
418 
658 



12,333 



378 
405 
746 
475 
242 
143 
265 
534 
520 
168 
183 
412 
317 
479 
256 
308 
730 



346 
477 
312 
447 
249 
213 
188 
942 
377 
610 
387 
441 
190 

6,254 

600 
255 



Single. 
Non-marieB. 



243 
1,172 

6,676 

313 

534 
248 
372 
279 
329 
418 
182 
758 
239 
441 
407 
544 
434 
609 
569 



12,095 



406 
379 
669 

483 
289 
144 
255 
583 
50f. 
174 
180 
400 
289 
448 
239 
296 
715 
593 



321 
423 
315 
416 
245 
199 
. 188 
995 
336 
636 
403 
372 
198 

5,.?17 

635 
224 



146. 
710 

4,424 

178 
324 
184 
239 
210 
250 
316 
126 
472 
156 
232 
276 
357 
266 
422 
416 



7,477 



214 
253 
487 
265 
137 

90 
172 
327 
329 

83 
120 
218 
197 
300 
162 
174 
465 
372 



187 
279 
180 
290 
151 
137 
102 
560 
245 
3.54 
233 
274 
120 

3,549 

392 
174 



Married. 
Marias. 



134 
702 

3,940 

184 
308 
144 
206 
162 
190 
262 
109 
442 
141 
254 
256 
296 
261 
362 
363 



6,702 



226 
201 
392 
248 
157 

88 
154 
340 
285 

85 
117 
180 
164 
253 
142 
147 
426 
337 



158 
237 
164 
232 
145 
114 
98 
556 
186 
348 
225 
182 
115 

3,367 

393 
148 



84 



2,173 

92 
169 

75 
145 

88 
101 
124 

50 
254 

86 
149 
112 
216 
140 
210 
162 



4,466 



147 

145 

244 

189 

95 

45 

84 

188 

190 

74 

59 

182 

120 

162 

78 

124 

239 

209 



140 

183 

121 

147 

88 

69 

78 

339 

122 

243 

141 

155 

66 

1,544 

186 

72 



Widowed. 
En veuvage. 



83 
391 

2,179 

94 
167 

79 
144 

90 
102 
122 

52 
251 

85 
148 
116 
215 
142 
209 
163 



4,444 



146 

145 

246 

186 

95 

47 

84 

186 

191 

73 

56 

185 

111 

162 

80 

127 

235 

207 



141 

172 

121 

144 

87 

68 

77 

348 

123 

239 

139 

156 

67 

1,537 

189 
71 



242 



18 
10 

9 
18 

9 
27 

8 
29 
16 

3 
19 
12 
12 
23 
21 

384 



19 
1 

11 
4 

12 

17 
16 
10 
26 
12 



15 

15 

11 

10 

10 

7 

8 

43 

10 

13 

13 

12 

4 

160 

21 
9 



F. 



26 
79 

657 

35 
59 
25 
22 
27 
37 
34 
21 
65 
13 
39 
35 
33 
31 
38 
43 



944 



Divorced. 
Divorces. 



22 
14 
30 
40 
13 
17 
13 
90 
27 
49 
38 
33 
16 

413 

53 
5 



A-4i 



52 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



53 
54 
55 



42. Yarmouth 



Districts & S.-Districts. 



Big Baddeck 

Big Bras d'Or 

Boularderie 

Cape North 

Englishtown 

Ingonish 

Zona (JamesviUe) 

Little Narrows, North — Nord. 
Little Narrows, South — Sud . . 

Middle River 

Neil Harbour 

New Campbellton 

North River 

North Shore 

South Gut 

Washabilbk 



Arcadia 

Argyle Head 

Belleville 

Carleton . . . ; 

Chegoggin 

Eel Brook 

Forest Lakes (Tusket). . . 

Hebron 

Islands 

Kemptville 

Lower Argyle 

Ohio 

Port Maitland 

Plymouth 

Pubnioo, East— Est 

Pubnico Head 

Pubnico, West — Quest. . . 

Rookville 

Tusket 

Tusket Wedge 

Yarmoutti, Town— Ville. 



Ontario , 



43. Addington. 



Abinger, Ashby & Denbigh 

Barrio 

Bedford 

Camden 

Clarendon & Miller 

Hinchinbrooke . . . . 

Kaladar, Anglesea & Effingham. 

Kennebec 

Loughborough 

Newburg, village 

Olden 

Oso 

Palmerston & Canonto 

Portland 

Sheffield 



44. Algoma. 



a. Aberdeen . . , 
ft. Bar River . . . 
c. Batchawana. 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



549,604 



141,125,330 
1,370,558 

164,914 
69,120 
85,707 

105,267 

119,965 
78,232 

182,195 
68,577 
73,248 
3,200 
67,556 
47,218 

141,720 
60,420 

103,219 

71,193,938 
.. (M 
.. 0) 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



103 

66 

124 

151 

65 

161 

144 

63 

84 

141 

67 

74 

93 

98 

96 

74 

4,414 

263 
126 
230 
133 
213 
123 

74 
162 

97 
106 

45 
179 
219 
137 

96 
174 
170 
152 
271 
153 
1,291 

445,310 

4,927 

194 
122 
301 
1,022 
179 
299 
246 
246 
467 
142 
219 
266 
' 200 
541 
483 

11,095 

24 
93 

37 



Families. 
Families. 



106 

66 

126 

155 

71 

179 

144 

63 

84 

142 

71 

74 

101 

103 

97 

74 

4,520 

268 
131 
230 
136 
213 
123 

74 
162 
103 
106 

45 
179 
229 
138 

96 
174 
171 
168 
287 
153 
1,334 

455,264 

5,128 

201 

123 
321 
1,089 
181 
311 
271 
263 
477 
144 
221 
277 
212 
547 
485 

12,284 

25 
93 
37 



Popula- 
tion. 



.532 
326 
663 
938 
3.59 
954 
794 
306 
453 
745 
373 
391 
536 
615 
437 
435 

22,869 

1,422 

596 

1,352 

629 

917 

770 

332 

637 

504 

535 

234 

832 

958 

779 

601 

911 

1,151 

693 

1,560 

1,026 

6,430 

2,182,947 

24,490 

1,056 
682 
1,730 
4,611 
941 
1,545 
1,364 
1,404 
2,144 
614 
1,126 
1.358 
1,133 
2,602 
2,280 

63,850 

135 
436 

175 



* Area included in the unorganized territory— Superficie comprise dans le territoire non-organise 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 53 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 






— 


— 


— 






Femme. 


Non-m 


ari&. 


Mariea. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


V. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 




258 


274 


184 


185 


63 


63 


11 


26 




1 


1 


152 


174 


100 


107 


50 


50 


2 


17 






2 


343 


320 


238 


202 


94 


91 


11 


27 






3 


489 


449 


332 


274 


148 


147 


9 


28 






4 


175 


184 


115 


115 


56 


57 


4 


12 






5 


506 


448 


341 


275 


151 


151 


14 


22 






6 


368 


426 


257 


292 


100 


97 


11 


37 






7 


151 


155 


97 


89 


50 


46 


4 


20 






8 


211 


242 


140 


161 


61 


63 


10 


18 






9 


346 


399 


228 


249 


107 


113 


11 


.37 






10 


196 


177 


121 


105 


66 


66 


9 


6 






11 


195 


196 


132 


120 


58 


58 


5 


18 






12 


263 


273 


171 


168 


85 


85 


7 


20 






13 


304 


311 


221 


211 


74 


75 


9 


25 






14 


228 


209 


150 


123 


70 


65 


8 


21 






15 


214 


221 


156 


150 


53 


50 


5 


21 






16 


11,112 


11,757 


6,745 


6,898 


4,110 


4,082 


256 


775 


1 


2 




694 


728 


433 


434 


245 


245 


16 


49 






17 


284 


312 


168 


175 


114 


115 


2 


22 






18 


679 


673 


442 


415 


232 


237 


5 


21 






19 


295 


334 


174 


195 


112 


117 


9 


22 






20 


455 


462 


261 


250 


185 


181 


9 


31 






21 


384 


386 


258 


244 


117 


115 


9 


26 




1 


22 


176 


156 


102 


80 


69 


68 


5 


8 






23 


319 


318 


165 


162 


148 


141 


6 


15 






24 


244 


260 


138 


151 


100 


91 


6 


18 






25 


270 


265 


159 


147 


108 


105 


3 


13 






26 


108 


126 


64 


72 


44 


44 




10 






27 


384 


448 


225 


257 


156 


160 


3 


31 






28 


462 


496 


254 


268 


195 


193 


13 


35 






29 


408 


371 


257 


209 


141 


138 


10 


24 






30 


295 


306 


189 


203 


92 


92 


13 


11 


1 




31 


462 


449 


283 


251 


171 


169 


8 


29 






32 


579 


572 


378 


367 


182 


180 


19 


» ^ 






33 


329 


364 


178 


188 


141 


141 


10 


35 






34 


832 


728 


539 


419 


278 


269 


16 


40 






35 


517 


509 


354 


323 


148 


149 


15 


37 






36 


2,936 


3,494 


1,724 


2,088 


1,132 


1,132 


80 


273 




1 


37 


1,096,640 


1,08»,307 


677,798 


632,604 


387,778 


383,667 


30,955 


69,916 


109 


120 




12,657 


11,833 


7,913 


6,775 


4,435 


4,409 


309 


648 




1 




552 


504 


373 


321 


166 


166 


13 


17 






38 


366 


316 


241 


185 


120 


114 


5 


17 






39 


917 


813 


627 


499 


267 


260 


23 


54 






40 


2,319 
507 


2,292 
434 


1,321 
328 


1,208 
256 


920 
170 


913 
164 


78 
9 


170 
14 




1 


41 
42 


800 


745 


519 


444 


266 


268 


15 


33 






43 


708 


656 


449 


389 


236 


245 


23 


22 






44 


74S 


656 


483 


389 


246 


238 


19 


29 






45 


1,085 
288 


1,059 
326 


660 
160 


609 
182 


400 
120 


395 
119 


25 
8 


55 
25 






46 

47 


61( 


516 


387 


288 


212 


206 


11 


22 






46 


717 
593 


641 


462 


364 


246 


246 


9 


31 






4£ 


540 


385 


327 


195 


194 


13 


19 






50 


1,294 
1,153 


1,208 
1,127 


791 

727 


659 
655 


473 
398 


480 
401 


30 

28 


69 

71 






51 
52 


37,503 


26,347 


25,365 


15,489 


11,23C 


9,729 


904 


1,124 


4 


5 




75 


60 


56 


38 


18 


18 


1 


4 






53 


24i 


194 


169 


113 


7S 


73 


.. 


f 






5< 


113 


62 


77 


34 


Si 


23 


4 


5 






55 



54 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 

33 [;■" 

34 •" 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



n. 



w. 



35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
.54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 



v^. 



Bright & Bright Additional . . . . 

Coffin 

Day 

Desert Lake 

Fenwick 

Galbraith 

Garden 

Gladstone 

Hilton 

Jocelyn 

John Island 

Kirkwood 

Macdonald ... 

Miohipicoten River 

Michipicoten Harbour 

Northwest Point & Lefroy 

Parkinson 

Patton , , . 

Prince 

Rydal Bank 

St. Joseph 

Sault Ste. Marie, Town— Ville. 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Striker 

Tarbutt 

Thessalon, Town — Ville 

Thessalon 

Thompson 

"Wells 

Alberton. 

Ash Hapids 

Aylesworth 

Beaudro Fishery 

Beaver Mills 

Chapleau 

Dryden 

Empress Mine. ..' 

English River 

Emo 

Fort Frances 

Fort William, Town— Ville 

Hawk Lake 

Ignace 

Kalmar 

Keewatin(P. Division) 

Keewatin (Township) 

Leeblain 

Little Turtle Lake , . 

Mclrvine 

Manitou 

Mikado Mine 

Mine Centre 

Missinaibi 

Morley 

Neebing 

Nipigon 

Oliver 

Pinewood 

Port Arthur 

Port Arthur, Town— Ville 

Rat Portage 

Rat Portage, Town— Ville 

Regina Mine 

Rossport 

Savanne 

Sawbill Lake 



Area 
in acres. 

Superfic-iti 
en acres. 



19,928 
35,970 
20,528 

■ P) 
20,992 
24,192 

. (M 
22,SB8 

'. \ 

2,600 

12,137 

19,083 

. (') 

. (M 

. (') 

23,157 

23,075 

21,034 

: l^i 

4,000 
20,505 
39,3SS 
12,605 

. (M 
23,983 
18,993 
23,300 

• 0) 

. (M 

7,756 
. (M 

• (M 

• ( 
. ( 
. ( 

. (M 

. (M 

. (M 

7,000 

. ( 

. ( 

. (M 

. (M 

. (M 

. 0) 

. (M 
6,400 

. ( ■ 

. ( 



13,977 
25,974 
39,593 

12,600 
9,000 

(^ 



Houses. 



Demeures. 



Families. 
Families. 



65 
48 

128 
85 
43 

125 
46 
83 
98 
19 
26 

106 
44 
27 

222 
61 
36 
43 

100 

232 

987 

296 
95 
72 

208 

115 
.33 
32 
53 
17 

171 
CI 

105 

1.S5 

160 
36 
13 

173 
16 

716 

9 

61 

15 

10 

198 
17 

107 

140 
24 
43 

170 
45 

140 
93 
98 

112 
62 
19 

556 
38 

987 
15 
47 
42 
31 



39 

65 

48 

131 

86 

43 

125 

46 

83 

99 

19 

26 

106 

44 

89 

227 

62 

36 

44 

100 

232 

1,031 

300 

105 

72 

217 

117 

33 

32 

53 

17 

171 

129 

107 

163 

177 

36 

34 

173 

16 

748 

40 

61 

70 

10 

246 

17 

108 

140 

25 

102 

172 

82 

144 

93 

212 

112 

105 

19 

560 

42 

1,050 

15 

47 

42 

38 



Popula 
tion. 



162 
300 
285 
656 

1,055 
221 
686 
256 
407 
452 
148 
161 
518 
195 
651 

1,390 
258 
114 
207 
525 

1,137 

7,169 

1,417 
666 
368 

1,205 
606 
189 
160 
183 
70 
591 
480 
470 
750 
741 
169 
221 
730 
466 

3,997 

149 

291 

232 

37 

1,156 
324 
467 
697 
115 
416 
997 
430 
532 
403 
961 
504 
387 
71 

3,214 
187 

5,202 

67 

236 

222 

668 



1 Area included in the unorganized territory — Superficie comprise dans le territoire non-organisd 



Tableau vii. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



55 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


-Female. 




- 


_ 


- 












— 


— 


Non-maries. 


Marias. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme. 


Femme. 










■ ' 














M. E. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


i: 


95 


67 


59 


33 


34 


34 


2 


1 




.. 


1 


165 


136 


120 


84 


42 


43 


3 


8 








2 


152 


133 


108 


83 


44 


50 












3 


368 


288 


246 


174 


110 


108 


■ 12 


6 








4 


897 


158 


814 


93 


68 


58 


15 


7 








5 


131 


90 


98 


56 


30 


32 


3 


2 








6 


361 


325 


234 


199 


115 


108 


12 


18 








7 


154 


102 


116 


54 


38 


40 




8 








8 


2W 


188 


149 


116 


68 


67 


2 


5 








9 


248 


204 


163 


115 


79 


77 


6 


12 








10 


109 


39 


67 


21 


42 


17 




1 








11 


83 


78 


56 


50 


26 


26 


1 


2 








12 


292 


226 


195 


134 


91 


89 


6 


3 








13 


121 


74 


81 


38 


34 


30 


6 


6 








14 


552 


99 


387 


53 


136 


45 


28 


1 


1 






15 


783 


607 


652 


379 


227 


197 


4 


31 








16 


148 


110 


103 


66 


41 


42 


4 


2 








17 


67 


47 


43 


24 


22 


22 


2 


1 








18 


119 


88 


71 


49 


42 


39 


6 










19 


289 


236 


195 


141 


85 


88 


9 


7 








20 


592 


545 


39B 


354 


177 


177 


19 


]4 


! 




21 


4,517 


2,652 


3,055 


1,571 


1,367 


975 


92 


106 


■■''[ ■ 




22 


774 


643 


491 


370 


260 


257 


23 


16 


" 




23 


411 


255 


252 


139 


142 


106 


17 


10 






24 


203 


165 


143 


103 


56 


55 


4 


7 






25 


624 


581 


409 


348 


203 


209 


12 


24 






26 


328 


278 


218 


165 


103 


103 


7 


10 


■ ■ 




27 


^99 


90 


68 


57 


29 


29 


2 


4 


■ ■ 




28 


85 


75 


56 


47 


26 


25 


3 


3 






29 


119 


64 


88 


38 


29 


24 


2 


2 






30 


57 


13 


40 


7 


12 


6 


6 


1 




' 




31 


338 


253 


230 


136 


99 


96 


9 


22 








.32 


276 


204 


185 


102 


84 


88 


7 


14 




. 




33 


317 


153 


222 


93 


89 


59 


6 


1 








34 


387 


363 


234 


209 


143 


138 


10 


16 








35 


429 


312 


296 


179 


126 


124 


7 


9 








36 


125 


44 


87 


18 


35 


26 


3 










37 


153 


68 


125 


44 


23 


19 


5 


5 








38 


434 


296 


282 


156 


140 


133 


12 


7 








39 


455 


11 


416 


6 


38 


6 


1 










40 


2,256 


1,741 


1,460 


999 


750 


676 


46 


66 








41 


83 


66 


52 


30 


30 


30 


1 


6 








42 


171 


120 


118 


66 


51 


45 


2 


9 








43 


132 


100 


74 


47 


50 


47 


8 


6 








44 


19 


18 


10 


10 


8 


8 


1 










45 


633 


523 


412 


301 


208 


202 


13 


19 






1 


46 


313 


11 


303 


7 


10 


4 












47 


370 


97 


275 


51 


89 


35 


6 


11 








48 


383 


314 


251 


180 


117 


120 


15 


14 








49 


86 


29 


72 


15 


14 


13 




1 








50 


221 


195 


im 


97 


87 


82 


4 


14 






2 


51 


897 


100 


583 


59 


289 


41 


25 










52 


261 


169 


188 


114 


71 


58 


2 


2 








53 


317 


215 


214 


114 


98 


91 


5 


10 








54 


253 


150 


168 


86 


82 


58 


3 


6 








55 


520 


441 


350 


258 


152 


148 


18 


35 








56 


281 


223 


1S4 


136 


86 


81 


11 


6 








57 


215 


172 


136 


95 


72 


63 


7 


14 








58 


48 


23 


33 


10 


15 


13 












59 


1,773 
102 


1,441 
85 


1,138 
64 


890 
54 


600 
38 


502 
30 


" 35 


49 

1 








60 
61 


2,804 


2,398 


1,834 


1,413 


914 


896 


" 56 


89 








62 


49 


18 


42 


12 


7 


5 




1 








63 


140 


96 


100 


59 


36 


31 


4 


6 








64 


160 


72 


99 


38 


47 


33 


4 


1 








65 


540 


28 


414 


1'2 


113 


14 


13 


2 








66 



56 CENSUS OP CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 



28 
29 
SO 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 



37 
38 
39 
40 
41 



42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 



49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Schreiber 

Shuniah 

Silver Creek 

Sultana Mine 

Tache 

Vermilion Bay 

Wabigoon 

Whitefish Station 

White River 

Unorganized territory — Ter. non-organise . 

Assij^inack 

Barrie Island 

Billings 

Burpee 

Campbell 

Carnarvon 

Cockbum Island 

Gordon 

Gore Bay, Town— Ville 

Howland 

Little Current, Town — Villo 

Meldrum Bay 

Mills , 

Picnic Island '. 

Robinson 

Sandfield 

Tehkummah 



45. Both-well. 



a. BothweU, Town-Ville . . . . 
6. Camden 

c. Chatham 

d. Dawn 

e. Dresden, Town — Ville . . , . 
/. Sombra & Walpole Island. . 

g. Thamesville, Village 

h. WaJlaceburg, Town — Ville. 

Zone 



46. Brant, South— Sud. 



a. Brantford, City — Cit^ . . . 

b. Brantford, West — Quest. 

c. Onondaga 

d. Paris, Town— Ville 

e. Tusoarora 



47. Brookville. 



a. Centre Ward- -Quartier Centre") 

b. East I, I, Est -D , .,, 

c. North n „ Nord I t?™<=''\i"«; 
rf. South „ „ Sud (Tovvn-Ville 
e. West li 11 Quest J 

/. Elizabeth town 

g. Kitley 

48. Bruce, East— Est 



Brant 

b. Carrick 

0. Culross 

d. Greenock 

e. Teeswater, Village 

/. Walkerton, Town— Ville. 



Area 
in acres. 

SuperBcie 



(') 
(M 

(M 

!'* 

(M 

70,179,591 
31,049 
21,424 
14,688 
29,515 
45,657 
46,268 
43,401 
31,540 
1,116 
53,468 
400 

.. (M 

49,823 
{-) 
73,276 
28,073 
34,121 

318,231 

1,929 

37,876 

86,335 

68,812 

642 

99,123 

394 

500 

22,620 

110,594 

2,977 

42,231 

23,063 

685 

41,638 

141,519 

60 

420 

200 

80 

500 

82,915 

57,344 

262,417 

70,558 
60,880 
57,835 
71,270 
474 
1,400 



Houses. 
Demeures, 



101 

5 

116 

30 

27 

20 

70 

36 

95 

121 

505 

50 

157 

67 

124 

136 

52 

154 

132 

220 

144 

34 

50 

13 

95 

56 

102 

5,434 

203 
632 

1,253 
782 
414 

1,C 
209 
560 
299 

5,725 

3,528 
548 
260 
689 
700 

3,362 

326 
460 
393 
252 
518 
957 
456 

3,705 

835 
902 
555 
605 
213 
595 



Families. 
Families. 



101 

5 

116 

50 

184 

38 

96 

36 

210 

121 

529 

50 

165 

57 

124 

140 

56 

155 

134 

227 

147 

34 

62 

13 

96 

58 

102 

5,494 

203 
636 

1,267 
801 
414 

1,102 
211 
560 
300 

5,876 

3,627 
565 



719 

3,414 

329 

470 

396 

261 

525 

97 

460 

3,713 

836 
904 
555 
609 
213 
596 



Popula- 
tion. 



510 
22 
449 
212 
705 
158 
410 
137 
831 
465 

2,592 
268 
751 
285 
699 
757 
301 
761 
723 

1,217 
728 
167 
269 
68 
518 
283 
621 

25,223 

907 
2,811 
6,049 
3,659 
1,613 
5,231 

864 
2,763 
1,326 

26,707 

16,619 
2,503 
1,186 
3,229 
3,170 

15,901 

1,513 
2,165 
1,731 
1,256 
2,275 
4,872 
2,089 

19,313 

4,349 
5,023 
2,955 
3,085 
930 
2,971 



^ Area included in the unorganized territory — Superficie comprise dans le territoire non-organis6. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 



57 



Tableau vii 


. Superficies, Demeures, Pamilles, 


Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 








Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 




- 






- 


— 




— 


Femmo. 


Non-maries. 


Mari&. 


En veuvage. 


Divorofe. 


N° 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 




284 


226 


187 


129 


91 


87 


6 


9 




1 


1 


14 


8 


10 


5 


3 


3 


1 








2 


255 


194 


173 


120 


81 


72 


1 


2 






3 


133 


74 


89 


35 


41 


36 


8 


3 






4 


406 2991 


251 


157 


128 


122 


27 


20 






5 


100 


58 


73 


30 


25 


19 


2 


9 






6 


232 


178 


150 


98 


76 


70 


, 6 


10 






7 


93 


44 


57 


21 


34 


22 


2 


1 






8 


411 


420 


245 


241 


147 


136 


19 


43 






9 


216 249 


136 


131 


77 


76 


3 


42 






10 


1,3391 1,253 


867 


770 


417 


410 


55 


72 




1 


11 


147' 1211 


100 


72 


45 


45 


2 


4 






12 


404 


347 


234 


180 


152 


151 


18 


16 






13 


145 


140 


91 


86 


51 


52 


3 


2 






14 


378 


321 


268 


214 


102 


102 


8 


5 






15 


412 


345 


276 


212 


126 


124 


10 


9 






16 


169 


132 


113 


81 


49 


44 


7 


7 






17 


407 


354 


276 


223 


118 


119 


13 


12 






18 


377 


346 


247 


215 


125 


126 


5 


5 






19 


638 


579 


425 


364 


200 


198 


13 


17 






20 


391 


337 


244 


188 


1.S9 


130 


8 


19 






21 


97 


70 


66 


38 


30 


28 


1 


4 






22 


155 


114 


109 


68 


40 


40 


6 


6 






23 


38 


30 


27 


20 


11 


10 










24 


309 


209 


212 


117 


83 


79 


" 14 


13 






25 


153 


130 


103 


75 


46 


48 


4 


7 






26 


272 


249 


180 


157 


81 


81 


11 


11 






27 


13,170 


12,053 


8,086 


6,705 


4,685 


4,681 


396 


665 


3 


2 




443 


464 


257 


256 


173 


176 


13 


32 






28 


1,476 


1,335 


876 


724 


548 


548 


52 


63 






29 


3,195 


2,854 


2,007 


1,625 


1,091 


1,086 


96 


143 


1 




30 


1,977 


1,682 


1,259 


945 


659 


670 


58 


67 


1 




31 


766 


847 


405 


438 


336 


340 


26 


68 




1 


32 


2,745 


2,486 


1,740 


1,426 


920 


916 


78 


143 


1 


1 


33 


426 


438 


245 


228 


168 


171 


13 


39 






34 


1,441 


1,322 


872 


727 


528 


520 


41 


75 






35 


701 


625 


419 


336 


263 


254 


19 


35 






36 


13,020 


13,687 


7,636 


7,671 


4,956 


4,902 


427 


1,109 


1 


5 




8,022 


8,597 


4,671 


4,768 


3,134 


3,112 


216 


712 


1 


5 


37 


1,309 


1,194 


773 


634 


489 


474 


47 


86 






38 


626 


560 


389 


320 


214 


204 


23 


36 






39 


1,399 


1,830 


835 


1,133 


519 


525 


45 


172 






40 


1,664 


1,506 


968 


816 


600 


587 


96 


103 






41 


7,585 


8,316 


4,319 


4,611 


3,035 


3,069 


230 


636 


1 






679 


834 


369 


. 498 


285 


262 


25 


74 






42 


994 
809 


1,171 
922 


562 
460 


673 

502 


396 
332 


410 
339 


36 

17 


88 
81 






43 
44 


587 


669 


340 


380 


231 


237 


16 


52 






45 


1,070 
2,397 
1,049 


1,205 
2,475 
1,040 


592 

1,363 

633 


677 

1,333 

548 


461 
944 
386 


442 
981 
398 


17 
89 
30 


86 

161 

94 


1 




46 

47 
48 


. 9,709 


9,604 


6,365 


6,033 


3,076 


3,042 


266 


529 


2 






2,241 
2,515 


2,108 
2,508 


1,466 
1,691 


1,298 
1,618 


710 

771 


707 
764 


65 
51 


103 
126 


2 


, , 


49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 


1,545 

1,583 

450 


1,410 

1,502 

480 


1,060 

1,042 

259 


909 
930 
271 


437 
495 
172 


432 
495 
177 


48 
46 
19 


69 
77 
32 






1,375 


1,596 


847 


1,007 


491 


467 


37 


122 


* ' 


■■ 



58 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Popxilation, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



13 
14 
15 
16 

17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



49. Bruce, North— Nord . 



a. Albemarle & Cape Croker Ind. Reserve . 

b. Amabel & Sa'igeen Ind. Reserve 

c. Arran 

d. Chesley, Village 

Eastnor 

/. Elderslie 

fir. Lindsay 

k. Paisley, Village 

■ St. Edmunds.. 

J. Southampton, Village 

k. Tara, Village 

I. Wiarton, Town — Ville 



50. Bruce, West— Ouest 



a. Bruce 

b. Huron 

c. Kincardine 

d. Kincardine, Town — 
Kinloss 

/. Lucknow, Village . . 
g. Port Elgin, Village. 



Ville. 



Saugeen . 
Tiverton, Village . 



51. Oard'well. 



22 \a. Adjala. 

23 

24 



26 



27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 



36 
37 
38 
39 
40 



41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 



a. Goulburn 

b. Hintonburg, Village . , 

c. March 

d. Marlborough 

e. Nepean 

/. North Gower 

g. Ottawa East, Villagg^ . 
h. Richmond, Village. 

'.. Torbolton 



b. Albion. 

c. Bolton, Village . 

d. Caledon 

e. Mono 



52. Carleton. 



53. Cornwall & Stormont 



Cornwall, Town- 

6. Cornwall 

c. Pinch 

Osnabruck , 

e. Roxborough 



54. Dundas. 



■Ville. 



a. Chesterville, Village. 

b. Iroquois, Village 

Matilda 

d. Morrisburg, Village 

e. Mountain 

f. Williamsburg 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



g. Winchester 

h. Winchester, Village. 



481,811 

77,005 

93,833 

56,728 

500 

58,163 

56,034 

67,274 

500 

67,274 

3,000 

500 

1,000 

312,035 

75,776 

74,956 

59,813 

2,000 

52,748 

500 

697 

45,045 

500 

241,644 

47,421 
57,723 
500 
68,608 
67,392 

289,299 

65,000 

459 

29,900 

62,790 

65,537 

36,851 

500 

800 

27,462 



263,890 

. 690 
66,648 
54,572 
68,683 
73,297 

245,199 

500 

800 

64,465 

1,100 

57,477 

61,748 

58,609 

500 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



Families. 
Families. 



4,378 

437 
726 
523 
360 
339 
506 
134 
253 
127 
332 
152 
489 

3,888 

621 
721 
587 
473 
496 
256 
323 
301 
110 

2,701 

430 
580 
171 
904 
616 



3,787 

546 
533 
219 
340 
1,090 
503 
287 
104 
165 



5,248 

1,262 
1,320 

708 
1,051 

907 

4,093 

188 
233 
836 
366 
720 
829 
691 
230 



4,434 

442 
735 
529 
366 
342 
506 
138 
256 
127 
336 
153 
504 

3,920 

629 
725 
592 
476 
502 
256 
324 
304 
112 

2,713 

430 
581 
171 
904 
627 



3,848 

549 
543 
219 
341 
1,120 
509 
296 
105 
166 

5,477 

1,348 
1,393 

723 
1,081 

932 

4,334 

198 
255 
886 
393 
740 
890 
724 
248 



Popula- 
tion. 



21,297 

1,962 
3,587 
2,S62 
1,734 
1,830 
2,458 

751 
1,086 

623 
1,636 

625 
2,443 

18,410 

3.109 
3,539 
2,855 
2,077 
2,355 

i,in 

1,313 

1,581 

470 

13,060 

2,161 
2,741 
702 
4,.345 
3,111 



19,377 

2,765 
2,798 
1,184 
1,584 
5,840 
2,235 
1,500 
469 
1,002 

27,042 

6,704 
6,911 
.3,765 
4,828 
4,834 

19,757 

932" 
1,097 
4,016 
1,693 
3,427 
3,906 
3,585 
1,101 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



59 







Single. 


Married. I 


Widowed. 1 1 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


— 








- 


- 


— 




— 


— 


Non-mari^s. 1 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 1 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme. 


Femme. 












1 












M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


r. 


M. H. 


F. 




11,023 


10,274 


7,039 


6,085 


3,700 


3,670 


283 


619 


1 






1,064 


898 


686 


521 


344 


336 


34 


41 






1 


1,888 


1,699 


1,199 


991 


648 


641 


41 


67 




.. 


2 


1,319 


1,243 


849 


768 


431 


422 


39 


63 






3 


837 


897 


518 


528 


303 


310 


16 


59 






4 


985 


845 


667 


520 


300 


297 


18 


28 






5 


1,309 


1,149 


870 


686 


400 


395 


39 


68 






6 


436 


315 


309 


193 


117 


117 


10 


5 






7 


490 


596 


279 


348 


187 


192 


24 


56 






8 


369 


254 


251 


145 


111 


104 


7 


5 






9 


787 


849 


493 


521 


275 


274 


18 


54 


1 


, , 


10 


297 


328 


161 


179 


126 


126 


10 


23 






11 


1,242 


1,201 


757 


695 


458 


456 


27 


50 






12 


9,177 


9,233 


5,832 


5,539 


3,045 


3,043 


299 


651 


1 






1,614 


1,495 


1,045 


889 


520 


521 


49 


85 






13 


1,796 


1,743 


1,161 


1,035 


573 


574 


62 


134 




.. 


14 


1,457 


1,398 


944 


849 


467 


460 


46 


89 






15 


949 


1,128 


575 


700 


336 


345 


38 


83 






16 


1,220 


1,135 


787 


679 


401 


382 


32 


74 






17 


510 


601 


314 


347 


182 


190 


14 


64 




, , 


18 


608 


705 


355 


398 


233 


241 


20 


66 






19 


805 


776 


518 


486 


263 


257 


24 


33 






20 


218 


252 


133 


156 


70 


73 


14 


23 


1 




21 


6,827 


6,233 


4,449 


3,729 


2,145 


2,120 


233 


384 








1,142 


1,019 


782 


634 


323 


320 


37 


65 






22 


1,434 


1,307 


930 


779 


'451 


446 


63 


82 






23 


338 


364 


197 


213 


118 


112 


23 


39 






24 


2,253 


2,092 


1,450 


1,241 


723 


726 


80 


125 


.. 




25 


1,660 


1,451 


1,090 


862 


530 


516 


40 


73 






26 


9,966 


9,411 


6,513 


5,707 


3,212 


3,158 


239 


543 


2 


3 




1,439 


1,326 


941 


796 


466 


455 


32 


75 






27 


1,438 


1,360 


922 


820 


498 


494 


18 


46 






28 


622 


562 


425 


359 


179 


173 


18 


30 






29 


800 


784 


510 


468 


261 


260 


29 


56 






30 


2,995 


2,845 


1,985 


1,789 


931 


890 


77 


166 


2 




31 


1,122 
782 


1,11.'* 


686 


623 


395 


396 


41 


94 






32 


718 


509 


425 


258 


259 


15 


31 




3 


83 


221 


248 


131 


141 


88 


93 


2 


14 






34 


547 


455 


404 


286 


136 


138 


7 


31 






35 


13,503 


13,539 


8,501 


8,072 


4,627 


4,588 


375 


879 








3,151 
3,582 


3,553 


1,965 


2,161 


1,110 


1,099 


76 


293 






36 


3,329 


2,293 


1,985 


1,189 


1,154 


100 


190 






37 


1,899 
2,403 


1,866 
2,425 


1,245 
1,394 


1,176 
1,334 


596 

928 


605 
924 


58 
81 


85 
167 






38 
39 


2,468 


2,366 


1,604 


1,416 


804 


806 


60 


144 






40 


9,867 


9,890 


5,847 


5,577 


3,73E 


3,704 


285 


609 








44( 


492 


261 


296 


164 


162 


15 


34 






41 


527 
2,026 

793 
1,743 
1,972 
1,840 

52b 


570 


311 


317 


1 207 


201 


9 


52 


.. 




42 


1,990 
900 


1,1,51 

48S 


1,082 
527 


1 81C 
295 


796 
293 


65 
12 


112 

80 


•■ 




43 
44 


1,684 
1,934 

1,745 
575 


1,034 

1,14£ 

1,15E 

307 


929 
1,055 
1,042 

329 


; 65S 
771 
626 
20? 


663 
759 
625 
206 


57 
56 
6J 

15 


92 

120 

78 
41 






45 
46 
47 

48 



60 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



11 
12 
13 
14 

15 
16 

17 



18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 



25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 



37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 



Malahide 

d. Port iStanley, Village. . . 

e. St. Thoma.?, City— Cite . 
/. Vienna, Town — Ville. . 
ff. Yarmouth 



Districts & S.-Districts. 



55. Durham, East— Est. 



a. Cavan 

6. Hope 

Manvers 

Millbrook, Village 

Port Hope, Town— Ville 



56. Durham, West— Quest. 



a. Bowmanville, Town— Ville. 

b. Cartwright 

c. Clarke 

d. Darlington 

Newcastle, Village 



57. Elgin, Bast-Est. 



a. Aylmer, Town — Ville. , 
Bayham 



58. Elgin, West— Quest. 



a. Aldborough 

b. Dunwich. . . . 



... Dutton, Village 
d. Howard 



e. Orford . 

/. Ridgetown, Town — Ville.. 

g. South wold 



59. Essex, North— Nord... 



a. Belle River, Village 

b. Maidstone 

c. Rochester 

rf. Sandwich, East — Est 

e. Sandwich, South — Sud 

/. Sandwich, Town — Ville . . . 
(/. Sandwich, West— Guest.. . 
k. Tilbury, North— Nord 

Tilbury (part), Village 

Tilbury, West— Quest .... 
k Walkerville, Town— Ville . 
Windsor, City — Cite 



60. Essex, South— Sud. 



Amherstburg, Town — Ville. 

Andcrdon 

Colchester, North — Nord . . . 

Colchester, South — Sud 

Essex, Town— Ville 

Gosfield, North— Nord 

Gosfield, South — Sud 

Kingsville, Village 

Leamington, Town — Ville . . 
Maiden 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



Ic. Mersea . 



Pelee Island. 



206,959 

65,518 

65,508 

73,875 

436 

1,622 



195,590 

2.700 

46,958 

72,258 

73,174 

500 

201,537 

534 
59,836 
66,319 

500 
1,500 

375 
72,473 

342,389 

79,472 
72,420 

500 
60,900 
53,440 

700 
74,957 



201,926 

500 
47,923 
34,407 
20,770 
23,664 
2,000 
21,328 
28,749 

201 
19,843 

521 
2,020 

250,429 

405 
24,027 
34,7.32 
30,802 

700 
34,011 
26,846' 

510 

836 
22,175' 
63,0971 
12,288 



Houses, 
Demeures. 



3,319 

569 
761 
742 
209 
1,038 

3,038 

701 
388 
873 
914 
162 

6,345 

561 
881 
905 
128 

2,592 
93 

1,185 

5,123 

1,174 
802 
198 
732 
673 
578 
966 



6,611 

117 
593 
483 
532 
315 
302 
524 
419 
43 
420 
298 
2,566 

5,425 

605 
398 
422 
598 
308 
437 
498 
336 
567 
295 
909 
152 



Families. 
Families. 



3,343 

571 
764 
748 
211 
1,049 

3,055 

702 
394 
877 
919 
163 

6,414 

566 
885 
911 
129 

2,637 
96 

1,190 

5,187 

1,184 
804 
209 
742 
676 
584 



6,673 

121 
596 
483 
541 
319 
302 
533 
419 
43 
422 
301 
2,593 

5,517 

505 
402 
427 
604 
310 
444 
502 
346 
573 
306 
918 
180 



Popula- 
tion. 



14,464 

2,729 
3,273 
3,357 
917 
4,188 



13,106 

2,731 
1,768 
3,788 
4,174 
645 

27,248 

2,204 
3,771 
3,795 

552 
11,485 

352 
5,089 

23,195 

5,341 
3,658 
863 
8,243 
3,347 
2,405 
4,338 



33,418 

607 
3,117 
2,625 
2,794 
1,710 
1,450 
2,738 
2,192 

228 

2,209 

1,595 

12,153 

25,326 

2,222 
2,071 
2,145 
2,763 
1,391 
1,999 
2,417 
1,537 
2,451 
1,489 
4,172 
669 



RECEN8EMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 61 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 







Single. 


Married. I 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 




- 


_ 


_ 




- 









Femme. 


Non-mari6s. 


Marias. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N-» 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


,M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


F. 




7,125 


7,339 


4,251 


4,130 


2,620 


2,643 


253 


566 


1 






1,401 


1,328 


891 


796 


459 


449 


51 


83 






1 


1,715 


• 1,558 


1,042 


819 


629 


634 


44 


105 






2 


1,703 


1,654 


1,036 


940 


603 


604 


64 


110 






3 


4L0 


507 


228 


304 


165 


165 


17 


38 






4 


1,896 


2,292 


1,054 


1,271 


764 


791 


77 


230 


1 




5 


6,436 


6,670 


3,720 


3,717 


2,472 


2,465 


242 


488 


2 






1,252 


1,479 


673 


796 


515 


521 


64 


162 






6 


913 


855 


540 


462 


347 


342 


26 


51 






7 


1,904 


1,884 


1,118 


1,055 


715 


707 


69 


122 


2 




8 


2,065 


2,109 


1,213 


1,212 


783 


782 


69 


115 






9 


302 


343 


176 


192 


112 


113 


14 


38 






10 


13,482 


13,766 


7,418 


7,089 


5,638 


5,563 


423 


1,109 


3 


5 




987 


1,217 


477 


618 


474 


481 


36 


118 






11 


1,914 


1,857 


1,055 


944 


795 


781 


64 


132 






12 


1,951 


1,844 


1,064 


916 


812 


792 


75 


136 






13 


272 


280 


IfiO 


147 


104 


104 


8 


29 






14 


5,530 


5,955 


3,075 


3,140 


2,300 


2,287 


152 


524 


3 


4 


15 


157 


195 


65 


95 


86 


84 


6 


16 






16 


2,671 


2,418 


1,522 


1,229 


1,067 


1,034 


82 


154 




1 


17 


11,914 


11,281 


7,174 


6,193 


4,342 


4,288 


396 


797 


2 


3 




2,793 


2,548 


1,745 


1,401 


964 


963 


84 


184 






18 


1,908 


1,750 


1,186 


992 


656 


638 


66 


120 






19 


389 


474 


219 


276 


162 


157 


8 


41 






20 


1,703 


1,540 


1,023 


833 


616 


616 


63 


91 


1 




21 


1,744 


1,603 


1,062 


870 


612 


611 


70 


121 




1 


22 


1,147 
2,230 


1,258 


629 


685 


489 


478 


29 


95 






23 


2,108 


1,310 


1,136 


843 


825 


76 


145 


1 


2 


24 


16,976 


16,442 


10,594 


9,620 


5,947 


5,870 


i33 


949 


2 


3 




296 


311 


183 


192 


103 


99 


10 


20 






25 


1,684 


1,433 


1,114 


832 


527 


530 


43 


11 






26 


1,412 


1,213 


931 


731 


442 


437 


39 


45 






27 


1,435 
907 


1,359 


916 


835 


470 


462 


49 


62 






28 


803 


618 


500 


266 


265 


23 


38 






29 


690 


760 


420 


455 


254 


256 


16 


49 






30 


1,395 


1,343 


884 


801 


479 


472 


32 


•70 






31 


1,141 


1,05] 


734 


640 


378 


369 


29 


42 






32 


108 


120 


66 


78 


39 


39 


3 


3 






33 


1,158 
820 


1,051 
775 


751 
509 


634 

454 


379 
295 


371 

288 


28 
16 


46 
33 






34 
35 


5,930 


6,223 


3,468 


3,468 


2,315 


2,282 


145 


470 


2 


3 


36 


12,896 


12,430 


7,653 


6,996 


4,865 


4,822 


374 


610 


4 


2 




1,059 
1,079 
1,147 
1,409 
693 


1,163 


597 


639 


425 


432 


36 


92 


1 




37 


992 


706 


623 


336 


329 


37 


40 






38 


998 


750 


603 


367 


368 


29 


27 


1 




39 


1,354 
698 


826 
413 


751 
396 


534 
267 


535 
266 


48 
13 


68 
36 


1 




40 
41 


1,061 
1,217 

767 
1,166 

749 
2,195 

354 


938 

1,200 

770 


624 
717 
433 


510 
673 
411 


410 
471 
310 


401 
469 
305 


27 
29 
24 


27 
58 
53 




1 


42 
43 

44 


1,285 
740 


619 

456 


695 
430 


508 
275 


510 
271 


39 

18 


80 
39 






45 
46 


1,977 
315 


1,295 
217 


1,094 
171 


834 
128 


808 
128 


65 
9 


74 
16 


1 


1 


47 
48 



62 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 



19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
28 
27 
28 



29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 



37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 



44 
45 
46 
47 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



61. Frontenao . 



g. Wolfe island 

62. Glengarry . 



Garden Island, Village. 

Howe Island 

Kingston 

Pittsburg 

Portsmouth, Village.. . . 
Storrington . 



a. Alexandria, Village . 

6. Charlottenburg 

c. Kenyon 

Lancaster.. 

Lancaster, Village.. 

Lochiel 

Maxville, Village. . . 



63. GrenvlUe, South— Sud . 



a, Augusta 

6. Cardinal, Village 

c. Bd wardsburg 

d. Prescott, Town — Ville . . 

64. Grey, East— Est.. 



Collingwood . 

Dundalk, Village 

Euphrasia 

d. Meatord, Town— Ville.. . 

Melancthon 

Osprey 

Proton 

St. Vincent 

Shelburne, Village 

Thornbury, Town — Ville . 



65. Grey, North— Nord . 



a. Derby 

6. Holland 

c. Keppel . . . 

d. Owen Sound, Town — Ville . 

e. Sarawak 

/. Sullivan 

g. Sydenham 



66. Grey, South— Sud. 



a. Artemesia . , 
f Bentinck . 



\ Hanover. Village. 



:. Durham, Town— Ville. 

d. Egremont 

e. Glenelg 

/. Markdi»le, Village 

g. Normanby 



67. Haldimand & Monck. 



a. Caledonia, Village . . . 

h. Canboro 

Cayuga, North — Nord. 
d. Cayuga, South— Sud... 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



209,756 

154 
8,192 
52,620 
47,923 
139 
65,922 
34,806 

305,660 

496 
83,968 
85,516 
60,888 

132 
74,160 

500 

153,500 

75,494 

400 

76,424 

1,182 

432,002 

67,685 

440 

73,272 

300 

70,199 

71,966 

81,374 

65,236 

630 

900 

370,055 

40,909 
74,167 
92,743 
6,120 
11,614 
74,660 
69,872 

361,807 

69,632 
76,156 

500 

1,040 

74,048 

69,141 

950 
70,340 

297,653 

700 
22,680 
36,044 
14,152 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



2,252 

53 
62 
067 
511 
163 
419 
377 

4,046 

359 
992 
838 
721 
126 
850 
160 

2,777 

922 
271 
926 
658 

5,233 

749 
167 
702 
448 
785 
621 
663 
655 
253 
190 

5,479 

428 
7.'?6 
828 
1,769 
292 
729 
697 

4,430 

788 
706 
296 
293 
715 
562 
174 
896 

4,362 

190 
230 
362 
182 



Families. 
Families. 



2,283 

53 
62 
676 
511 
165 
432 
384 

4,173 

378 
1,013 

868 
744 
126 
883 
161 

2,848 

944 
299 
932 
673 

5,274 

751 
168 
707 
448 
792 
622 
669 
665 
261 
191 

5,528 

430 
743 
835 

1,798 
292 

• 731 
699 

4,485 

791 
715 
296 
298 
724 
562 
176 
923 

4,391 

190 
230 
362 
182 



Popula- 
tion. 



12,008 

242 
361 
3,176 
2,544 
1,827 
2,062 
1,796 

22,131 

1,911 
5,280 
4,700 
4,051 

583 
4,857 

749 

12,831 

4,166 
1,378 
4,268 
3,019 

25,387 

3,902 
762 
3,441 
1,916 
3,831 
3,075 
3,378 
3,108 
1,188 
786 

27,051 

2,146 
3,504 
4,160 
8,776 
1,362 
3,697 
3,406 

22,171 

3,923 
3,551 
1,392 
1,422 
3,607 
2,754 
892 
4,630 

20,052 

801 

966 

1,657 

833 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 63 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 




- 


— 






— 




- 


— 


Non-mariea. 


Marias. 


Eq veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N" 


Homme. 


Femme. 
























M. H. . 


P. 


M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 

1 


p. 




6,444 


5,564 


4,101 


3,208 


2,163 


1,997 


179 


359 






118 


124 


67 


66 


50 


49 


1 


9 






1 


192 


169 


131 


103 


58 


56 


3 


10 




, . 


2 


1,592 


1,584 


950 


911 


606 


570 


36 


103 






3 


1,384 


1,160 


932 


676 


411 


399 


41 


85 






4 


1,180 


647 


776 


368 


375 


249 


29 


30 






5 


1,079 


9H3 


664 


552 


376 


377 


39 


54 






6 


899 


897 


581 


532 


287 


297 


30 


68 


1 




7 


10,987 


11,144 


7,344 


7,110 


3,354 


3,324 


289 


710 








905 


1,006 


584 


649 


303 


305 


18 


52 






8 


2,671 


2,609 


1,768 


1,644 


812 


795 


91 


170 






9 


2,358 


2,342 


1,594 


1,491 


697 


687 


67 


164 






10 


2,01S 


2,033 


1,366 


1,313 


601 


589 


51 


131 






11 


294 


289 


189 


161 


95 


96 


10 


30 






12 


2,374 


2,483 


1,618 


1,623 


713 


717 


43 


143 






13 


367 


382 


225 


229 


133 


133 


9 


20 






14 


6,406 


6,425 


3,740 


3,546 


2,469 


2,419 


196 


460 


1 






2,101 


2,065 


1,216 


1,108 


828 


806 


56 


151 


1 




15 


700 


678 


401 


362 


261 


271 


18 


45 






16 


2,204 


2,064 


1,295 


1,145 


833 


798 


76 


121 






17 


1,401 


1,618 


828 


931 


527 


544 


46 


143 






18 


12,993 


12,394 


8,176 


7,288 


4,478 


4,471 


~339 


635 








1,996 


1,906 


1,290 


1,159 


667 


665 


39 


82 






19 


372 


390 


225 


232 


145 


137 


2 


21 






20 


1,804 


1,637 


1,169 


977 


589 


596 


46 


64 






21 


921 


995 


517 


550 


376 


364 


28 


81 






22 


1,953 


1,878 


1,232 


1,114 


678 


678 


43 


86 






23 


1,591 


1,484 


1,049 


887 


495 


501 


47 


96 






24 


1,803 


1,575 


1,170 


929 


587 


580 


46 


66 






25 


1,597 


1,511 


975 


866 


576 


576 


46 


69 






26 


578 


610 


332 


358 


219 


219 


27 


33 






27 


378 


408 


217 


216 


146 


155 


15 


37 






28 


13,821 


13,230 


8,833 


7,887 


4,587 


4,535 


401 


806 




2 




1,093 


1,053 


723 


644 


336 


334 


.34 


75 






29 


1,824 


1,680 


1,163 


986 


603 


.597 


58 


97 






30 


2,200 


1,954 


1,436 


1,176 


694 


695 


76 


82 




1 


31 


4,295 


4,481 


2,600 


2,634 


1,568 


1,541 


127 


305 




1 


32 


712 


650 


441 


365 


259 


248 


12 


37 






33 


1,919 


1,778 


1,276 


1,094 


604 


589 


39 


95 






34 


1,772 


1,034 


1,194 


988 


523 


531 


55 


115 






35 


11,246 


10,925 


7,186 


6,611 


3,735 


3,686 


324 


627 


1 


1 




2,027 


1,896 


1,308 


1,130 


672 


657 


47 


109 






36 


1,829 


1,722 


1,176 


1,034 


610 


600 


43 


88 






37 


677 


715 


395 


420 


266 


262 


16 


33 






38 


690 


732 


427 


450 


233 


234 


30 


48 






39 


1,864 


1,743 


1,210 


1,054 


597 


593 


57 


95 




1 


40 


1,377 


1,377 


901 


856 


427 


421 


48 


100 


1 




41 


446 


446 


281 


261 


151 


151 


14 


34 






42 


2,336 


2,294 


1,488 


1,406 


779 


768 


69 


120 






43 


10,311 


9,741 


6,214 


5,431 


3,755 


3,674 


342 


636 








376 


425 


216 


248 


147 


141 


13 


36 






44 


513 


453 


295 


227 


201 


199 


17 


27 






45 


869 


788 


520 


427 


316 


306 


33 


55 






46 


430 


403 


243 


218 


173 


173 


14 


12 






47 



64 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 



27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



32 
33 
.34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 



49 
50 
61 



Districts & S.-l)istricts. 



e. Cayuga, Village 

f. Dunn 

g. Dunnville, ViBage 

k. Hagersville, Village 

i. Moulton 

j. Oneida 

k, Rainham 

I. Seneca 

m. Sherbrooke 

n, Wainfleet 

68. Halton 

a, Acton, Village 

6. Burlington, Village 

0. Esquesing 

d. Georgetown, Village 

e. Milton, Town — ^Ville 

/. Nassagaweya 

g. Nelson 

h. Oakville, Town— ViUe 

i. Trafalgar. 

69. Hamilton, City— Oite . . . 

a. Ward— Quartier 1 

b. n u 2 ,. 

c. „ ,1 3 

d. .. M 4 

e. „ „ 5 

/. n " 6 

I/. I. " 7 

70. Hastings, BaBt— Est ... 

a. Deserottto, Town — Ville 

b. Hungerlord 

c. Thurlow 

d. Tweed, Village 

e. Tyendinaga 

71. Hastings, North— Nord. 

a. Bangor, McClure & Wicklow.. . . 

b. Oarlow 

c. Dungannon , 

d. Elzevir & Grimsthorpe , 

e. Faraday 

/. Huntingdon 

g. Limerick 

h. Madoc 

i. Madoo,_ Village 

. / Marmora & Lake 

^' \ Marmora, Village 

k. Mayo 

1. Monteagle & Herschell 

Rawdon 

n. Stirling, Village 

0. Tudor & Cashel 

p. Wollaston 

72. Hastings, West— Quest 

a. Belleville, City— Cit6 

b. Sydney 

0. Trenton, Town— Ville 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



1,400 

19,008 

941 

334 

29,059 

42,486 

28,672 

42,017 

5,600 

54,560 

232,120 

1,920 

500 

66,778 

1,086 

400 

42,188 

49,114 

1,300 

68,834 

3,990 

550 
358 
774 
910 
224 
384 
790 

255,799 

816 

100,044 

58,598 

389 
95,952 

1,157,137 

147,874 
49,600 
52,677 

139,999 
64,416 
51,^00 
52,838 
69,107 
551 

134,272 

486 

33,285 

111,744 

70,128 

720 

119,040 
59,200 

73,773 

1,700 

70,273 

1,800 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



162 
184 
495 
214 
420 
415 
393 
398 
78 
639 

4,199 

298 
259 
812 
303 
309 
496 
580 
379 
763 

10,802 

975 
1,233 
1,721 
1,668 
1,249 
1,971 
1,985 

3,737 

729 
771 
985 
242 
1,010 

4,6 

170 
117 
178 
301 
228 
536 
108 
551 
268 
380 
164 
101 
357 
716 
210 
162 
151 

3,994 

2,024 

1,013 

957 



Families. 
Families. 



168 
184 
499 
222 
427 
416 
394 
399 
78 
640 

4,237 



259 
814 
315 
310 
496 
588 
382 
774 

10,909 



1,259 
1,727 
1,672 
1,275 
1,990 
2,001 

3,881 

783 
794 

1,013 
260 

1,031 

4,789 

173 
117 
178 
307 
232 
556 
109 
555 
268 
372 
172 
106 
357 
738 
215 
162 
152 

4,142 

2,112 

1,039 

991 



Popula- 
tion. 



771 
854 
2,105 
1,020 
1,931 
2,023 
1,802 
1,885 
396 
3,008 

19,545 

1,484 
1,119 
3,787 
1,313 
1,372 
2,357 
2,776 
1,643 
3,694 

52,634 

4,864 
6,071 
8,212 
7,806 
6,545 
9,832 
9,304 

17,446 

3,527 
3,798 
4,210 
1,168 
4,743 

24,073 

1,062 

655 

867 

1,501 

1,339 

2,612 

597 

2,790 

1,157 

2,099 

961 

597 

1,891 

3,434 

845 

832 

834 

17,772 

9,117 
4,438 
4,217 



RECENSEMBNT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau yii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



65 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




MaJe. 


Pemale. 




- 


— 


- 




- 







— 


Femme. 


Non-mari&. 


Marina. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N" 


Homme. 
























M. e: 


p. 


M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


P. 




401 


370 


262 


215 


128 


122 


11 


33 






1 


432 


422 


269 


243 


147 


148 


16 


31 






2 


1,006 


1,099 


547 


605 


410 


398 


49 


96 






3 


523 


497 


306 


270 


203 


191 


14 


36 






4 


1,001 


930 


590 


503 


381 


t 372 


30 


55 






5 


1,055 


968 


683 


590 


340 


333 


32 


45 






6 


901 


901 


528 


499 


358 


351 


15 


5i 






7 


988 


897 


639 


516 


319 


317 


30 


64 






8 


215 


181 


142 


107 


68 


65 


5 


9 






9 


1,601 


1,407 


974 


763 


564 


558 


63 


86 






10 


9,799 


9,746 


6,042 


5,697 


3,461 


3,398 


305 


648 


1 


3 




712 


772 


421 


468 


263 


254 


28 


50 






11 


626 


593 


299 


338 


215 


217 


12 


38 


, , 




12 


1,934 


1,853 


1,221 


1,104 


657 


635 


66 


114 






13 


590 


723 


323 


415 


245 


237 


22 


70 




1 


14 


658 


714 


397 


407 


246 


249 


15 


57 




1 


15 


1,218 


1,139 


757 


656 


422 


413 


39 


70 






16 


1,447 


1,329 


908 


778 


495 


485 


43 


65 


1 


1 


17 


778 


866 


457 


495 


289 


296 


32 


74 






18 


1,936 


1,758 


1,259 


1,036 


619 


612 


58 


110 






19 


24,925 


27,709 


14,876 


16,081 


9,361 


9,430 


686 


2,192 


2 


6 




2,228 


2,636 


1,370 


1,566 


787 


820 


71 


250 






20 


2,727 


3,344 


1,648 


2,000 


996 


1,012 


83 


332 






21 


3,727 


4,485 


2,180 


2,654 


1,451 


1,494 


96 


337 






22 


3,751 


4,055 


2,199 


2,274 


1,476 


1,495 


76 


284 




2 


23 


3,218 


3,327 


1,985 


1,951 


1,128 


1,103 


105 


273 






24 


4,776 


5,056 


2,886 


2,942 


1,731 


1,709 


157 


403 


2 


2 


25 


4,498 


4,806 


2,608 


2,694 


1,792 


1,797 


98 


313 




2 


26 


8,967 


8,479 


5,355 


4,673 


3,320 


3,253 


292 


553 








1,830 


1,697 


1,053 


898 


731 


690 


46 


109 


. , 




27 


1,993 


1,805 


1,248 


1,034 


691 


683 


54 


88 




• .. 


28 


2,125 


2,085 


1,179 


1,076 


864 


855 


82 


154 






29 


568 


600 


3.32 


325 


220 


228 


16 


47 






30 


2,451 


2,292 


1,543 


1,340 


814 


797 


94 


155 






31 


12,589 


11,484 


8,021 


6,745 


4,213 


4,163 


353 


576 


2 






557 


505 


390 


.341 


157 


154 


10 


10 






32 


333 


322 


222 


212 


98 


98 


13 


12 






33 


474 


393 


312 


231 


150 


151 


12 


11 






34 


774 


727 


484 


425 


267 


267 


23 


35 






35 


741 


598 


483 


363 


236 


212 


22 


23 






36 


1,357 
317 


1,255 
280 


857 
204 


702 
162 


466 
108 


462 
106 


34 
5 


91 
12 






37 
38 


1,466 
540 


1,324 

617 


940 
316 


786 
354 


472 
201 


468 
206 


53 
23 


70 

57 


1 




39 
40 


1,164 
497 


935 


772 


539 


369 


343 


23 


51 






41 


464 


304 


280 


176 


176 


17 


10 






42 


342 


255 


237 


152 


93 


95 


12 


8 






43 


1,002 

1,764 

384 


889 


073 


571 


306 


296 


23 


22 






44 


1,670 
461 


1,056 
196 


912 
249 


658 
173 


662 
181 


60 
15 


96 
31 






45 
46 


435 


397 


282 


235 


138 


142 


15 


20 






47 


44e 


392 


293 


231 


145 


144 


3 


17 


1 




48 


8,497 


9,275 


4,902 


5,131 


3,370 


3,371 


225 


772 




1 




4,167 
2,301 
2,029 


4,950 

2,lb7 


2,478 
1,3U 


2,8r)4 
1,076 


1,600 
917 


1,617 
915 


89 
70 


479 
145 




1 


49 
50 


2,188 


1,110 


1,201 


853 


839 


66 


148 




* * 


51 



A— 5 



66 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



73. Huron, Bast -Est . 



a. Blyth, Villa*;e 

b, Brussels, Village 

0. Grey » . 

d. Howick 

e. Morris 

/. Turnberry 

g. Wingham, Town — Ville 

h. Wroxeter, "Village 



74. Huron, South— Sud. 



a. Bayfield, Village ... 

6. Hay 

c. Hensall, Village. . . . 

of. Hullett 

e. McKUlop 

/. Seaforth, Town— Ville. , 

g. Stanley 

h. Tuckersmith 



75. Huron, West— Quest . 

a. Ashfield 

6. Clinton, Town— Ville 

c. Colborne 

rf. Goderich 

e. Goderich, Town — Ville 

/. Wawanosh, East— Est 

g. Wawanosh, West — Quest 



76. Kent 

a. Blenheim, Town — Ville. 

b. Cliatham, City— Cite . . 
Dover 

d. Harwich 

e. Raleigh 

/. Romney 

g. Tilbury (part), Village.. 
h. Tilbury, East— Est 



77. Kingston, City— Cite. 

a. Cataraqui, Ward- Quartier. . . 

Frontenac n n 

0. Ontario n m 

d. Rideau n n 

e. St. Lawrence 11 n 

/. Sydenham m 

g, Victoria m n 



78. Lambton, East— Est.. 



Alvinston, Village 

Arkona, Village 

Bosanquet 

Brooke 

Enniskillen 

Oil Spring, Village . . . 
Petrolia, Town— Ville. 
Thedford, Village.. .. 

Warwick 

Watford, Village 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



231,070 

429 

900 

65,384 

71,000 

55,155 

37,054 

650 

504 



249.547 

1,762 
64,221 

500 
53,312 
53,200 

550 
43,294 
42,708 



246,140 

67,174 
900 
36,834 
53,849 
1,200 
42,997 
43,186 

321,963 

488 
1,650 
68,307 
98,090 
74,126 
26,054 

376 
52,872 

2,127 

485 
484 

85 
455 

28 
125 
465 

310,252 

430 

600 

71,499 

75,905 

83,818 

2,000 

2,700 

500 
72,500 

400 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



3,710 

204 
262 
'(27 
873 
563 
460 
510 
111 



3,769 

127 
733 
206 
615 
662 
517 
442 
567 



4,004 

714 
599 
419 
503 
907 
398 
464 

6,839 

402 

2,083 

874 

1,193 

1,006 

452 

170 

659 

3,671 

561 
898 
217 
977 
127 
360 
531 

4,981 

223 
124 
634 
740 
978 
211 
915 
153 
694 
309 



Families. 



b''amilles. 



3,749 

210 
262 
734 
885 
569 
461 
517 
111 



3,814 

130 
733 
206 
638 
570 
528 
442 
567 



4,027 

715 
609 
421 
504 
915 
399 
464 

6,924 

411 

2,098 

880 

1,218 

1,019 

458 

171 

674 

3,815 

614 
908 
220 
987 
150 
385 
551 

5,023 

228 
124 
635 
745 
985 
211 
926 
ir>3 
707 
309 



Popula- 
tion. 



17,267 

871 
1,114 
3,557 
4,140 
2,606 
2,141 
2,392 

446 



17,448 

558 
3,627 

820 
2,898 
2,685 
2,245 
2,152 
2,463 

18,774 

3,497 
2,517 
1,866 
2,528 
4,158 
1,960 
2,218 

31,866 

1,653 
9,068 
4,464 
5,494 
4,844 
2,103 
784 
3,456 

17,961 

2,951 
4,657 
1,035 
4,363 
608 
1,799 
2,548 

23,046 



468 
2,862 
3,678 
4,745 
1,018 
4,135 

633 
3,329 
1,279 



BECENSEMENT pV CANADA, 1901. 
Ta^lieau VII. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



67 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 


~ 


Male. 


Female. 




- 


- 


- 




— 






— 


Femme. 


Non-maries. 


Mari&. 


En V 


Buvage. 


Divorcfe. 


N° 


Eomme. 
























M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 

279 


p. 


; M. H. 


p. 




8,618 


8,649 


5,235 


5,057 


3,104 


3,114 


, 477 


1 


1 




.<!91 


480 


215 


283 


165 


162 


11 


35 






1 


516 


598 


298 


351 


201 


203 


17 


44 






2 


l,b24 


1,733 


1,138 


1,041 


620 


613 


66 


79 






3 


2,121 


2,019 


1,302 


1,168 


753 


748 


66 


103 






4 


1,337 


1,269 


821 


737 


469 


472 


47 


60 






5 


1,091 


1,047 


674 


607 


383 


389 


37 


51 






6 


1,120 


1,272 


665 


747 


420 


430 


35 


94 






7 


215 


231 


122 


123 


93 


97 




11 






8 


8,721 


8,727 


5,418 


5,179 


3,053 


3,061 


249 


486 


1 






281 


277 


178 


151 


95 


102 


8 


24' 






9 


1,846 


1,781 


1,175 


1,106 


637 


618 


34 


57 






10 


400 


420 


232 


232 


160 


170 


8 


18 






11 


1,493 


1,405 


931 


820 


524 


521 


48 


64 






12 


1,342 


1,343 


m 


820 


443 


450 


44 


73 






13 


1,052 


1,193 


622 


680 


399 


406 


31 


107 






14 


1,086 


1,066 


690 


652 


361 


357 


35 


56 






15 


1,221 


1,242 


745 


718 


434 


437 


41 


87 


1 




16 


«,277 


9,497 


5,786 


5,652 


3,222 


3,207 


269 


637 








1,703 


1,704 


1,185 


1,036 


563 


564 


45 


104 






17 


1,173 


1,374 


676 


790 


462 


458 


35 


126 






18 


971 


895 


597 


501 


348 


346 


26 


48 






19 


1,276 


1,252 


820 


787 


420 


419 


36 


46 






20 


1,947 


2,211 


1,194 


1,319 


688 


687 


65 


204 






21 


994 


966 


617 


577 


354 


352 


23 


37 


. 




22 


1,123 


1,095 


697 


642 


387 


381 


39 


72 


•• 




23 


16,228 


15,638 


9,871 


•8,841 


5,832 


5,809 


517 


985 


8 






787 


866 


433 


439 


334 


346 


19 


80 


.. 1 




24 


4,245 


4,823 


2,398 


2,709 


1,687 


1,683 


158 


431 


2i .. 


25 


2,352 


2,112 


1,493 


l,23(i 


789 


784 


69 


92 


1! .. 


26 


2,896 


2,598 


1,773 


1,430 


1,034 


1,032 


88 


136 


1 




27 


2,619 


2,225 


1,681 


1,272 


858 


831 


80 


122 


_ 




28 


1,118 


985 


681 


541 


402 


406 


34 


38 


1 




29 


383 


401 


224 


236 


145 


144 


14 


21 


, 




30 


1,828 


1,628 


1,188 


978 


683 


583 


55 


65 


2 


2 


31 


8,223 


9,738 


4,953 


5,831 


3,034 


2,990 


236 


916 




1 




1,468 


1,483 


949 


876 


484 


480 


35 


127 






32 


2,170 


2,487 


1,256 


1,486 


829 


779 


85 


222 






33 


423 


612 


263 


398 


141 


142 


19 


71 




1 


34 


2,011 


2,352 


1,193 


1,336 


785 


783 


33 


233 






35 


270 


338 


169 


210 


87 


97 


14 


31 






36 


762 


1,037 


463 


644 


278 


281 


21 


112 






37 


1,119 


1,429 


660 


881 


430 


428 


29 


120 






38 


11,710 


11,335 


7,237 


6,488 


4,137 


4,160 


333 


683 


3 


4 




434 


464 


252 


261 


174 


173 


8 


30 






39 


233 


235 


128 


118 


98 


99 


7 


18 






40 


1,540 


1,322 


973 


727 


522 


518 


44 


77 


1 




41 


1,906 


1,772 


1,242 


1,087 


598 


598 


65 


87 


1 




42 


2,502 


2,243 


1,602 


1,295 


837 


843 


63 


105 






43 


516 


503 


310 


289 


193 


196 


12 


18 






44 


1,982 


2,153 


1,137 


1,204 


791 


810 


53 


139 


1 




45 


283 


350 


148 


190 


125 


125 


10 


31 




4 


46 


1,693 


1,636 


1,071 


958 


571 


570 


51 


108 






47 


. 622 


'657 


374 


359 


228 


228 


20 


70 






48 



A— . 



H 



68 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 



18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 



28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 



35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 



45 
46 
47 
48 
49 



a. Almonte, Town — Ville 

6. Dalhousie & Sherbrooke, North — Nord . 

0. Darling 

d. Fitzroy 

e. Huntley ■ 

/. Lanark 

g. Lanark, Village 

h. Lavant 

i. Pakeuham 

j. Kamsay 



Districts & S.-Diatricts. 



79- Lambton, "West— Quest. 



a. Forest, Town— Ville 

6. Moore 

Plympton 

d. Point Edward, Village.. 

e. Sarnia 

/. Sarnia, Town — Ville . . . 
g. Wyoming, Village 



80. Lanark, North— Nord . 



81. Lanark, South— Sud. 



Bathurst 

6. Beckwith 

Burgess, North — Nord 

d. Carleton Place, Town — Ville 

e. Drummond 

/. Elmsley, North- Nord 

a. Montague 

h. Perth, Town— Ville 

Sherbrooke, South — Sud 

Smiths Falls (part), Tovigi— Ville. 



82. Leeds & Grenville, North— Nord . 



a. Elmsley, South — Sud . 

6. Gower, South — Sud 

3. KemptviUe, Village 

i. Memokville, Village 

1. OxfcJrd 

/. Smiths Falls (part). Town— Ville 

g. Wolf ord 



83. Leeds, South -Sud. 



a. Athens, Village 

6. Bastard & Burgess, South— Sud . 

c. Crosby, North — Nord 

d. Crosby, South— Sud 

e. Gananoque, Town — Ville 

/. Lansdowne & Leeds, Front. . . . 

g. Lansdowne & Leeds, Rear 

h. Newboro, Village 

i. Yonge & Fscott, Front 

j. Yonge & Escott, Rear 



84. Lennox . 



a. Adolphustown 

b. Amherst Island 

c. Bath, Village 

d. Emestown 

e. Fredericksburg, North — Nord . 



Area 
in acres . 

Superficie 
en acres. 



201,378 

9,50 
73,728 
78,505 

C71 

45,489 

1,500 

475 

488,540 

900 
65,919 
59,792 
62,363 
64,896 
61,248 
2,712 
43,827 
65,934 
00,949 

366,826 

61,148 
64,326 
38,912 

1,360 
57,742 
34,872 
66,440 

1,240 

40,141 

645 

169,709 

26,800 

21,200 
354 
691 

64,640 
200 

55,824 

407,476 

500 
73,768 
53,248 
50,480 
1,204 
65,792 
68,352 
888 
53,314 
37,930 

189,859 

12,288 
16,712 
2,184 
63,519 
24,576 



Houses. 

Demeures. 



4,889 

402 
1,026 
768 
181 
549 
1,754 
209 

3,541 

631 
349 
126 
531 
427 
329 
214 
106 
365 
463 

3,981 

499 
327 
181 
859 
417 
223 
407 
769 
186 
113 

2,949 

177 
185 
323 
239 
678 
945 
402 

4,622 

242 
681 
416 
403 
756 
667 
495 
111 
580 
271 

3,170 

131 
171 
107 
789 
380 



Families. 
Families. 



4,932 

402 
1,030 
776 
183 
564 
1,766 
211 

3,582 

632 
355 
129 
536 
430 
334 
216 
106 
369 
475 

4,016 

500 
327 
181 
865 
419 
224 
415 
782 
187 
116 

3,063 

181 
190 
339 
255 
687 
978 
433 

4,705 

245 
684 
420 
407 
766 
684 
515 
116 
592 
276 

3,323 

138 
191 
109 
818 
410 



Popula- 
tion. 



22,386 

1,553 
4,795 
3,621 

780 
2,632 
8,176 

829 

18,180 

3,023 

1,829 

771 

2,767 

2,236 

1,751 

979 

569 

1,872 

2,383 

19,487 

2,508 

1,646 

952 

4,059 

2,078 

1,087 

2,058 

3,588 

924 

587 

13,647 

889 
868 
1,523 
1,024 
2,920 
4,568 
1,855 

21,185 

953 
3,006 
2,030 
1,811 
3,526 
3,085 
2,386 

432 
2,680 
1,276 

13,421 

544 

821 

407 

3,317 

1,523 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau tii. Superficies, Delneures, Families, Population, Sexe, istat civil. 



69 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. ' 




- 


_ 


- 


. 


- 


• — 




— 


— 


Non-mari^s. 


Mari&. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N' 


Homirie. 


Femme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


p. 
3,999 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 




11,159 


11,227 


6,755 


6,457 


4,060 


343 


771 


1 






694 


859 


353 


465 


315 


314 


26 


80 






1 


2,506 


2,289 


1,593 


1,334 


821 


815 


92 


140 






2 


1,860 


1,761 


1,165 


1,043 


647 


630 


48 


88 






3 


374 


406 


214 


220 


149 


151 


11 


35 






4 


1,374 


1,258 


8,51 


727 


460 


454 


63 


77 






5 


3,941 


4,235 


2,334 


2,440 


1,511 


1,479 


96 


316 






6 


410 


419 


245 


228 


157 


156 


7 


35 


1 




7 


8,966 


9,214 


5,866 


5,767 


2,885 


2,898 


215 


549 








1,335 


1,688 


847 


1,055 


467 


489 


21 


144 






8 


910 


919 


588 


562 


308 


314 


14 


43 






9 


385 


386 


266 


258 


112 


112 


7 


10 






10 


1,420 


1.347 


961 


842 


416 


414 


43 


91 






11 


1,172 


1,064 


804 


674 


341 


340 


27 


50 






12 


878 


873 


566 


548 


280 


281 


32 


44 






13 


448 


531 


267 


333 


170 


165 


11 


33 






14 


290 


279 


196 


170 


90 


95 


4 


14 






15 


950 


922 


622 


592 


303 


291 


25 


39 






16 


1,178 


1,205 


749 


733 


398 


397 


31 


75 






17 


9,554 


9,933 


6,040 


6,016 


3,279 


3,261 


235 


656 








1,285 


1,223 


836 


742 


413 


398 


36 


83 






18 


828 


818 


544 


519 


253 


250 


31 


49 






19 


491 


461 


331 


296 


140 


138 


20 


27 






20 


1,900 


2,1.59 


1,130 


1,299 


744 


731 


26 


129 






21 


1,082 


996 


704 


590 


353 


359 


25 


47 






22 


545 


542 


342 


329 


183 


183 


20 


30 






23 


1,035 


1,023 


666 


620 


340 


■ 334 


29 


69 






24 


1,632 


1,956 


1,010 


1,176 


581 


598 


41 


182 






25 


473 


451 


305 


260 


164 


167 


4 


24 






26 


283 


304 


172 


185 


108 


103 


3 


16 






27 


6,660 


6,987 


4,001 


4,011 


2,439 


2,441 


220 


535 








466 


423 


322 


262 


125 


124 


19 


37 




,. 


28 


459 


409 


277 


226 


163 


161 


19 


, 22 






29 


689 


834 


426 


506 


249 


249 


14 


79 






30 


458 


666 


263 


315 


185 


195 


10 


56 






31 


1,435 


1,485 


851 


825 


526 


535 


58 


125 






32 


2,238 


2,330 


1,322 


1,341 


852 


837 


64 


152 






33 


915 


940 


540 


536 


339 


340 


36 


64 






34 


10,576 


10,609 


6,262 


5,917 


3,952 


3,946 


362 


740 








409 


544 


203 


280 


191 


196 


15 


68 






35 


1,500 
999 


1,506 


878 


814 


575 


570 


47 


122 






36 


1,031 


634 


615 


339 


334 


26 


82 






R7 


93'- 


877 


565 


495 


335 


329 


34 


63 






38 


1,725 
1,581 


1,801 

1,504 

1,184 

225 


1,008 
942 


1,003 
844 


666 

578 


671 

587 


51 
61 


127 
73 






39 
40 


1,202 
207 


721 
110 


690 
113 


437 
87 


426 
86 


44 
10 


, 68 
26 






41 
42 


1,360 
659 


1,320 
617 


816 
385 


728 
335 


507 
237 


511 
236 


37 
37 


81 
46 






43 
44 


6,690 


6,731 


3,759 


3,441 


2,713 


2,717 


215 


573 


3 






287 
45( 


257 


166 


125 


105 


103 


16 


29 






45 


371 


294 


198 


143 


144 


12 


29 


1 




46 


18E 


222 


100 


126 


74 


76 


11 


20 






47 


1,705 

773 


1,612 

750 


936 
415 


797 
345 


699 
336 


707 
330 


69 
22 


108 

75 


1 




48 
49 



70 CENSUS OF CANADA 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



f. Fredericksburg, South- 
g. Napanee, Town — Ville. 
Richmond.. 



Districts &'S. -Districts. 



•Sud. 



85. Lincoln & Niagara., 



a. Beamsville, Village 

5. Clinton 

c. Gainsborough 

d. Grrantham , . . 

s. Louth 

/. Merritton, Village 

fir. Niagara 

h. Niagara, Town — Ville 

!. Pelham 

j. Port Dalhousie, Village... 
k. St. Catharines, City — Cite. 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



86. London, City— Cite. 



a. Ward— CJuartler 1 (part). 

h. II II 2 II - 

c. „ 11 3 II . 

d. II II 4 II . 



87. Middlesex, Bast— Est 



Dorchester, North— Nord 

6. Dorchester, South — Sud 

c. London 

d. London, Ward — Quartier 3 & 4 (part city). 
London, m m 2 u . 

/. Nissouri, West — Quest 

g. Springfield, Village 



88. Middlesex, North— Nord. 



a. Ailsa Craig, Village 

b. Biddulph 

c. Exeter, Village 

d. Lucan, Village 

e. McGillivray 

/. Parkhill, Town— Ville.. 

g, Stephen 

h. Williams, East— Est . . . 
i. Williams, West — Quest. 



89. Middlesex, South— Sud. 



a. Caradoc 

6. Delaware 

Lobo 

^ ( Westminster 

\ London, Ward — Quartier 1 (part city) . 

OO. Middlesex, West— Quest 



Adelaide 

b. Ekfrid., 

Euphemia 

d. Glencoe, Village 

Metcalfe 

Mosa 



J/. Newbury, Village..... 
h. Strathroy, Town— Ville. 
Wardsville, Village 



19,944 

372 

50,264 

170,058 

539 
2G,254 
40,734 
21,564 
20,900 

409 
25,007 

900 
31,115 

186 
2,450 

2,114 



2,114 



231,249 

40,092 

31,477 

107,477 

754 

• 389 

50,560 

500 

242,887 

500 

40,460 

1,275 

500 
67,750 

600 
58,105 
40,710 
32,987 

215,627 

71,299 
26,624 
50,120 
66,589 
995 

230,714 

45,705 
55,275 
39,938 

500 
35,635 
50,299 

500 
2,450 

412 



Houses. 
Demenres. 



Families. 



Families. 



Popula- 
tion. 



243 


254 




757 


777 




592 


626 




6,176 


6,267 




211 


21] 




483 


483 




585 


611 




432 


436 




41S 


421 




357 


36S 




421 


428 




319 


320 




579 


599 




229 


232 




2,141 


2,163 




5,085 


5,176 


t 


. 898 


9.S4 




1,086 


1,114 




1,466 


1,482 




1,635 


1,646 




5,552 


5,591 


e 

A 


775 


785 




365 


366 




1,661 


1,671 




1,524 


1,534 




464 


464 




631 


636 




132 


135 




3,853 


3,889 


3 


176 


176 




489 


489 




445 


456 




199 


202 




664 


674 




337 


340 




875 


881 




354 


356 




314 


315 




4,206 


4,244 


] 


1,041 


1,042 




504 


505 




604 


615 




1,052 


1,071 




1,005 


1,011 




3,557 


3,604 


] 


467 


469 




584 


698 




527 


530 




229 


231 




333 


342 




471 


478 




113 


116 




744 


751 




89 


89 





1,103 
3,143 
2,563 

27,666 

832 
2,056 
2,463 
1,941 
1,848 
1,710 
1,897 
1,258 
2,490 
1,125 
9,946 

24,415 

4,448 
5,611 
6,714 
7,642 

26,609 

3,622 
1,637 
8,878 
6,842 
2,131 
2,998 
501 

17,455 

744 
2,263 
1,792 

848 
3,151 
1,430 
4,172 
1,587 
1,468 

18,8a3 

4,612 
2,178 
2,695 
4,730 
4,588 

15,843 

2,233 
2,757 
2,321 
1,034 
1,562 
2,20e 

454 
2,933 

343 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA. 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



71 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 





Male. 


Female. 


— 






- 




- 









- 


Non-mari6s. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


n; 


Homme. 


Femme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


F. 




573 


530 


336 


287 


215 


208 


22 


35 


1 


1,480 


1,713 


781 


922 


607 


612 


41 


179 


1 




2 


1,287 


1,276 


731 


641 


534 


537 


22 


98 






3 


13,561 


14,005 


7,786 


7,642 


6,299 


5,195 


474 


1,165 


2 


3 




3.98 


434 


204 


222 


174 


171 


19 


41 


1 




4 


1,054 


1,002 


573 


510 


431 


423 


50 


09 






5 


1,277 


1,186 


694 


578 


548 


527 


35 


80 




1 


6 


987 


954 


665 


514 


388 


385 


34 


55 






7 


951 


897 


549 


483 


376 


360 


26 


54 






8 


838 


872 


505 


514 


296 


285 


37 


73 






9 


963 


934 


584 


510 


347 


341 


31 


83 


1 




10 


576 


682 


339 


385 


215 


205 


22 


92 






11 


1,263 


1,227 


689 


612 


623 


516 


51 


99 






12 


580 


545 


355 


297 


208 


213 


17 


35 






13 


4,674 


5,272 


2,729 


3,017 


1,793 


1,769 


152 


484 




2 


14 


11,265 


13,150 


6,637 


7,702 


4,278 


t,265 


350 


1,183 








2,195 


2,253 


1,333 


1,304 


793 


766 


69 


183 






15 


2,536 


3,075 


1,502 


1,855 


912 


899 


122 


321 






16 


3,143 


3,571 


1,835 


2,028 


1,225 


1,223 


83 


320 






17 


3,391 


4,251 


1,967 


2,515 


1,348 


1,377 


76 


359 






18 


13,355 


13,254 


8,044 


7,442 


4,971 


5,023 


340 


789 








1,846 


1,776 


1,118 


1,002 


672 


667 


56 


107 






19 


862 


775 


495 


398 


352 


346 


15 


31 






20 


4,499 


4,379 


2,834 


2,533 


1,546 


1,602 


119 


244 






21 


3,331 


3,511 


1,889 


1,926 


1,374 


1,377 


68 


208 


.. 




22 


1,018 


1,113 


617 


633 


379 


381 


22 


99 






23 


1,556 


1,442 


970 


831 


532 


531 


54 


80 






24 


243 


258 


121 


119 


116 


119 


6 


20 






25 


8,780 


8,675 


5,383 


5,009 


3,079 


3,077 


316 


589 


2 






331 


413 


200 


254 


116 


114 


15 


45 






26 


1,178 


1,085 


723 


615 


401 


394 


54 


76 






27 


825 


967 


427 


523 


361 


366 


35 


78 


2 




28 


398 


450 


234 


252 


153 


155 


11 


43 






29 


1,653 


1,498 


1,029 


859 


558 


558 


66 


81 






30 


665 


765 


390 


425 


259 


269 


16 


71 






31 


2,181 
807 


1,991 
780 


1,390 
.524 


1,186 
465 


725 
253 


719 

257 


66 
30 


86 

58 


■• 




32 


742 


726 


466 


430 


253 


245 


23 


51 






34 


9,419 


9,.384 


5,638 


5,268 


3,477 


3,484 


303 


631 


1 


1 




2,383 
1,138 
1,367 
2,432 
2,099 


2,229 
1,040 


1,455 
685 


1,243 
550 


835 
407 


841 
412 


93 
46 


144 

78 




1 


35 
36 


1,328 
2,298 
2,4b9 


850 
1,461 
1,187 


775 
1,265 
1,435 


480 
890 
865 


476 


36 
81 

47 


77 
149 
187 


1 




37 
38 
39 


8,016 


7,827 


4,851 


4,397 


2,854 


2,848 


310 


581 


1 


1 




1,193 

1,437 

1,205 

485 


1,040 

1,320 

1,116 

549 


718 
931 
711 
289 


581 
762 
618 
323 


409 
471 
442 
182 


395 
475 
437 

184 


66 
35 
52 
14 


64 
82 
61 
42 


1 


1 


40 
41 
42 
43 


82f 


7.34 


515 


409 


285 


277 


28 


48 






44 


1,146 
223 


1,060 
231 


736 
127 


634 
115 


374 

88 


376 
92 


36 

7 


50 
24 


, " 1 




45 
46 


1,345 
154 


1,588 
189 


736 
88 


854 
101 


541 
62 


549 
63 


68 
4 


185 
25 


•• 




47 

48 



72 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Poptilation, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 



51 
52 
53 
54 

55 

56 
67 

58 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



01. Muskoka & Parry Sound. 






Armour 

Baxter 

Bethune 

Brunei 

Burks Falls, Village 

Card well 

Carling 

Chaffey 

(.Chapman 

Christie 

Conger & Cowper 

Croft 

Ferguson & Burpee 

Ferris 

Foley 

Franklin , 

Gibson & Freeman 

Gurd 

Hagerman ... 

Himswortli, North & South— Nord & Sud. 

Humphrey 

Huntsville, Village. 

Joly. 

Laurier 

Lount 

MoOonkey, MUls, Wilson & Hardy 

MoDougall 

Machar 

MoKellar 

MoKenzie & Burton , . . , . 

MoMurrioh 

Monteith , 

Mowat & Blair 

Nipissing 

Parry Sound, Town — Ville 

Patterson 

Perry 

Pringle 

. Proudfoot 

Ryeraon 

Shawanaga & Harrison 

Sinclair .^ 

Spenoe 

Stephenson 

Stisted 

Strong ;.. 

Sundridge, Village 

Wallbridge & Brown 

Watt 

Parry Island 



92. Nipissing 

Aird Island 

Airey & parts of Sabine & Lyell 

Algpma Mills 

d. Bad'gerow, Field, Gibbons & Bastedo (parts) 

e. Balfour, Chelmsford & unorganized territory- 

Ter. non-organist 

/. Biskotasing. 

g. Blezard & Hanmer 

h. Bonfield . . .t 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



2,855,037' 

44,498 
40,839 
48,801 
42,759 
750 
50,065 
58,537 
50,542 
49,350 
48,859 
75,439 
50,410 
76,981 
50,000 
36,180 
41,191 
92,449 
37,814 
50,055 
87,218 
49,350 
600 
50,044 
48,056 
49,232 

194,258 
39,470 
49,857 
48,299 

106,265 
29,335 
51,100 

144,399 
58,039 
805 
50,125 
48,908 
50,690 
49,496 
50,055 

101,701 
45,006 
50,410 
47,223 
46,728 
45,086 
535 

135,414 

45,676 

1,679 

41,326,7922 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



6,279 

188 

64 

86 

158 

160 

82 

73 

207 

133 

101 

44 

105 

34 

22 

115 

104 

27 

111 

88 

474 

135 

392 

51 

61 

51 

102 

83 

180 

123 

36 

145 

77 

97 

121 

475 

29 

317 

48 

27 

156 

23 

65 

77 

224 

118 

148 

72 

139 

169 

162 

6,491 

26 

127 

25 

17 

1G2 

18 

122 

267 



Families. 
Families. 



6,390 

188 

70 

87 

159 

160 

82 

73 

211 

133 

101 

44 

106 

34 

22 

122 

104 

27 

114 

88 

486 

136 

428 

51 

61 

51 

102 

83 

180 

123 

36 

145 

77 

97 

121 

491 

29 

317 

49 

27 

156 

23 

65 

77 

227 

118 

149 

72 

139 

176 

173 

6,611 

26 

132 

26 

17 

162 

18 

122 

272 



Popula- 
tion. 



33,674 

915 
377 
400 
811 
849 
466 
377 

1,136 
694 
653 
265 
657 
200 
104 
618 
544 
131 
547 
471 

2,516 
685 

2,152 
268 
273 
287 
575 
603 
902 
697 
169 
716 
350 
481 
675 

2,884 
184 

1,779 
282 
145 
761 
100 
271 
417 

1,249 
626 
768 
357 
815 
975 
807 

36,551 

122 

704 

127 

S9 

922 

102 

681 

1,707 



1 including 134,553 acres of unorganized territory— Comprenant 134,553 acres de territoire non-orga 



EECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 73 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


— 


— 


- 


- 


— 






Temme. 


Nou-maries. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


F. 




18,231 


15,443 


12,154 


9,389 


6,637 


5,493 


439 


561 


1 






488 


427 


328 


265 


142 


144 


18 


18 






1 


199 


178 


130 


113 


64 


61 


5 


4 






2 


220 


ISO 


135 


100 


80 


74 


5 


6 






3 


458 


353 


320 


212 


127 


125 


11 


16 






4 


432 


417 


269 


255 


153 


148 


10 


14 






5 


265 


201 


182 


123 


74 


70 


9 


8 






6 


204 


173 


137 


103 


63 


61 


4 


9 






7 


G38 


498 


435 


300 


1S6 


182 


17 


16 






8 


375 


319 


242 


189 


119 


118' 


14 


12 






9 


301 


252 


203 


161 


92 


84 


6 


7 






10 


132 


123 


87 


81 


42 


39, 


3 


3 






11 


286 


271 


189 


171 


96 


97 


1 


3 






12 


106 


94 


74 


60 


31 


30 


1 


4 






13 


56 


48 


39 


30 


16 


16 


1 


2 






14 


339 


279 


230 


163 


106 


105 


3 


11 






15 


304 


240 


195 


142 


96 


93 


13 


5 






16 


71 60 


45 


37 


■ 25 


21 


1 


2 






17 


300 247 


205 


153 


88 


85 


7 


9 






18 


267 204 


194 


133 


, 69 


6t 


4 


7 






19 


1,330 1,186 


896 


- 742 


408 


402 


25 


42 


1 




20 


379 


306 


253 


179 


117 


114 


9 


13 






21 


1,136 


1,016 


715 


580 


400 


391 


21 


45 






23 


164 


104 


120 


60 


41 


39 


3 


5 






23 


142 


131 


88 


81 


50 


49 


4 


] 






24 


155 


132 


107 


81 


43 


43 


5 


8 






25 


329 


246 


237 


161 


85 


80 


7 


5 






26 


268 


235 


179 


153 


78 


76 


11 


6 






27 


468 


434 


309 


271 


148 


147 


11 


16 






28 


370 


327 


250 


212 


112 


112 


8 


3 






29 


99 


70 


65 


36 


33 


30 


1 


4 






30 


402 


314 


272 


190 


125 


121 


5 


3 






31 


198 


152 


129 


87 


64 


58 


5 


7 






32 


255 


226 


163 


133 


84 


86 


8 


7 






33 


363 


312 


246 


199 


109 


106 


8 


7 






34 


1,542 


1,342 


1,012 


818 


493 


478 


37 


46 






35 


102 


82 


72 


56 


29 


26 


1 








36 


975 


804 


663 


482 


291 


291 


21 


31 






37 


155 


127 


116 


88 


37 


37 


2 


2 






38 


78 


67 


53 


39 


23 


22 


2 


6 






39 


398 


363 


255 


212 


131 


134 


12 


17 






40 


51 


49 


27 


26 


22 


20 


2 


3 






41 


165 


106 


115 


56 


43 


40 


7 


10 






42 


223 


194 


145 


121 


68 


67 


10 


6 






43 


691 


558 


485 


345 


188 


190 


18 


23 






44 


336 


290 


226 


181 


97 


96 


13 


13 






45 


424 


344 


292 


206 


120 


121 


12 


17 






46 


168 


189 


103 


113 


60 


64 


5 


12 






47 


470 


345 


302 


199 


154 


138 


14 


8 






48 


52^ 


451 


359 


280 


152 


150 


13 


21 






49 


430 


377 


261 


211 


163 


148 


6 


18 






50 


20,974 


15,577 


14,177 


9,528 


6,400 


5,556 


393 


4S9 


4 


4 




64 


58 


28 


32 


35 


25 


1 


1 






51 


393 


311 


265 


186 


128 


123 




2 






52 


69 


58 


48 


38 


18 


20 


3 








53 


4g 


41 


3fl 


25 


18 


16 


3 








54 


522 


400 


358 


246 


15S 


148 


11 


5 




1 


55 


5P 


44 


44 


27 


la 


13 


1 


4 






56 


39( 


291 


277 


178 


107 


107 


t 









57 


:8SI 


®Ja 


61S 


521 


265 


206 


2; 


18 






58 


' The areas of aub-districts'which are n 


ot given ave included with 


the total for the district— Les 


superficies 


dea sous-di 


3triots qui r 


e sont pas ( 


lonnees, s 


ont oomp 


rises dans 


le total du 


aistricTj. 







74 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 



40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 



52 
53 
54 
55 

56 
57 
58 



59 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Area 
in acres. 

Superfioie 
en acres. 



Buck 

Caldwell 

Calvin 

Cameron 

Cartier 

Casey, Hilliard, Bretliuur, Ingram & part Harris 

Chisholm & Bonlter 

Clara, Head & Maria 

Collins Inlet 

Cooks Mills 

Crerar & parts Badgerow, Gibbons & Bastedo . 

Cutler. 

Drury, Denison & Graham 

Dryden, Neelon, Garson & part Maclennan. . . . 

Dunnet & Ratter 

Dymond, Harley, Hudson, Kerns & part Harris 

Ferris 

Geneva Lake 

, Gertrude Mine & Creighton 

■ Grant &' part Field 

Hagar, lioughrin, Awrey & Hawlcy 

Hallam 

Hugel 

Jennmgs & parts Casimir & Appleby 

Killarney 

Kirkpatriok, Badgerow, Appleby & Casimir (parts) 

Lauder & Wilkes 

Long iSault 

McKim 

Macpherson & part of Kirkpatrick 

. Martland 

Mattawan 

Mattawa, Town— Ville 

May, Salter & Township 116 

Montreal River &, Temagami Lake 

Murohison, Preston & part Lyell 

Nairn, Lome, Hyman ot unorganized territory - 
Ter. non-organise 

North Bay, Town— Ville . 

Fapineau 

Peck, Hunter, Canisbay & McLaughlin 

Rathbun, Street & part Macleunan 

Rayside & Unorg. Ter — Ter.non.^iiganise 

Sabine & Lyell (parts) 

Snider & Waters 

Spanish 

Springer 

Sturgeon Falls, Town — Ville 

Sudbury, Town— Ville 

Walford 

Whitefish River, Mouth 

Widdifield 



93. Norfolk, North— Nord.. 



Delhi, Village 

6. Dereham 

Middleton 

d. Tilsonburg, Town— 

e. Townsend 

/. Waterford, Village, 
g, Windham 



Ville 



94. Norfolk, South— Sud. , 
a. Charlotteville 



246,503 

500 

64,808 

45,340 

2,000 

66,392 

500 
66,963 

296, .S42 

65,136 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



54 

156 

92 

60 

27 

23 

187 

80 

29 

41 

58 

59 

156 

94 

152 

195 

169 

44 

11 

34 

33 

116 

38 

69 

45 

60 

7 

10 

441 

27 

40 

52 

232 

272 

75 

57 

387 

433 

118 

87 

16 

145 

31 

109 

31 

224 

256 

330 

61 

41 

173 

4,338 

203 
844 
587 
524 
984 
285 
911 

4,907 

842 



Families. 
Families. 



Popula 
tion. 



55 

167 

95 

60 

27 

23 

187 

80 

29 

41 

58 

60 

163 

94 

152 

199 

174 

44 

11 

34 

37 

120 

40 

61 

52 

60 

7 

10 

441 

30 

40 

52 

234 

292 

76 

58 

396 
433 

lis 

88 

16 

146 

31 

109 

31 

224 

260 

342 

61 

41 

17 

4,373 

203 
857 
596 
525 
988 
285 
919 

4,956 

851 



270 
868 
509 
487 
125 

71 
958 
483 
163 
241 
311 
305 
807 
506 
774 
698 
962 
230 

94 
188 
157 
665 
192 
282 
288 
357 

66 

26 

3,012 

151 

172 

328 

1,400 

1,507 

342 

323 

1,947 

2,530 

670 

543 

29 

835 

146 

687 

151 

1,305 

1,418 

2,027 

335 

237 

919 

18,657 

823 
3,979 
2,591 
2,241 ■ 
4,017 
1,122 
3,884 

20,899 

3,464 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 



75 



Tableau vii 


Superfic 


ies, Demeures, Fa 


milles, 


Populat 


ion, Sexe, 


Etat civil. 








Single. 


Mftrried. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


— 




— 




— 


— 






Femme. 


Non-mari&. 


Mar 


es. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


r. 


M. H. 


i\ 


M. H. 


F. 




157 


113 


108 


71 


46 


39 


3 


3 






1 


458 


410 


299 


260 


150 


144 


7 


6 


2 




2 


282 


227 


197 


141 


78 


78 


6 


8 


1 




3 


362 


125 


262 


82 


85 


38 


15 


5 






4 


62 


63 


39 


39 


22 


22 


1 


2 






5 


46 


25 


33 


15 


12 


9 


1 


1 






6 


519 


439 


319 


267 


161 


161 


9 


11 






7 


247 


236 


166 


157 


73 


70 


8 


9 






8 


lis 


. 50 


83 


26 


27 


23 


3 


1 






9 


151 


90 


99 


48 


52 


41 


, , 


1 


, , 




10 


194 


117 


136 


66 


54 


49 


4 


2 


.. • 




11 


180 


125 


101 


67 


77 


50 


2 


8 






12 


493 


314 


327 


175 


150 


129 


16 


10 






IS 


299 


207 


214 


125 


79 


79 


6 


3 






14 


386 


388 


233 


243 


145 


138 


8 


7 






15 


435 


263 


298 


142 


129 


110 


8 


11 






16 


620, 


442 


350 


275 


165 


160 


5 


1 






17 


167 


63 


129 


38 


32 


24 


6 


1 






18 


59 


35 


89 


24 


20 


11 










19 


110 


78 


77 


47 


30 


29 


3 


2 






20 


85 


72' 


59 


45 


24 


25 


2 


2 






21 


393 


273 


282 


162 


124 


97 


7 


13 






22 


1C>9 


83 


73 


47 


34 


34 


2 


2 






2S 


152 


130 


100 


85 


44 


44 


8 


1 






24 


150 


138 


100 


87 


49 


49 


1 


2 






25 


201 


156 


132 


96 


66 


58 


3 


2 






26 


53 


13 


41 


8 


12 


5 










27 


17 


9 


7 


6 


7 


3 


3 








28 


2,110 


902 


1,479 


496 


610 


383 


21 


22 




1 


29 


87 


64 


64 


43 


21 


21 


2 








30 


104 


68 


77 


44 


27 


24 










31 


219 


109 


140 


70 


73 


38 


6 


1 






32 


722 


678 


500 


434 


213 


21£ 


9 


29 






.S3 


858 


649 


581 


393 


256 


226 


21 


30 




1 


34 


172 


170 


112 


99 


57 


57 


3 


14 






35 


175 


148 


120 


96 


55 


51 




1 




.. 


36 


1,191 

1,248 

332 


756 


822 


448 


342 


253 


27 


55 






37 


1,282 
338 


793 
220 


804 
227 


423 
107 


417 
104 


32 
5 


61 

7 






38 
39 


397 


146 


286 


80 


107 


65 


4 


1 






40 


27 


2 


21 


1 


6 


1 










41 


460 


375 


324 


236 


133 


132 


3 


7 






42 


g^ 


62 


55 


32 


■ 28 


29 


1 


1 






43 


474 

9C 


213 
61 


314 
61 


123 
3^ 




:,f^ 85 

<.iA i-.28 


4 

2 


5 






44 
45 


689 
731 
1,095 
180 
175 
508 


616 


445 


384 


- 235 


221 


9 


11 






46 


687 


486 


426 


238 


232 


7 


29 






47 


932 

155 

62 

411 


712 
122 
128 
339 


591 
94 
34 

243 


360 
63 
44 

151 


313 
53 
27 

145 


23 
5 
3 

17 


28 
S 
1 

22 


1 


1 


48 
49 
60 
51 


9,406 


9,251 


5,252 


4,806 


3,846 


3,849 


303 


591 


5 


5 




392 
2,088 
1,346 
1,048 
2,024 

537 
1,974 


431 
1,894 
1,245 
1,193 
1,993 

.585 
1,910 


207 
1,252 

791 

569 
1,068 

282 
1,082 


225 
1,018 
645 
638 
980 
309 
991 


169 

764 
51b 
446 
893 
243 
816 


172 
765 
513 
450 
888 
244 
811 


14 
68 
3S 
33 

62 
IS 

7£ 


34 

111 
87 
96 

124 
31 

108 


S 

1 

1 
1 


1 

1 


52 
63 
54 
55 
56 
L 67 

1 58 

1 


10,560 


10,339 


5,99i 


5,401 


4,232 


4,233 


334 


702 


^ 


: 


i 


1,740 


1,724 


941 


875 


761 


735 


4' 


113 


] 


] 


L 59 



76 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



10 
IX 
12 
13 

14 
15 
16 
17 



22 
23 
21 
25 
20 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 



37 
3S 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 



44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 



6. Houghton 

c. Port Dover, Village 

d. Port Rowan, Village 

e. Simcoe, Town — Ville 

/. Walsingham, North— Nord. 
g. Walsingham, South--Sud. . . 

h. Walpole 

I. Woodhouse , 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



95. Northumberland, East -Est. 



'(, Brighton 

b. Brighton, Village 

c. CampbeUford, Village. 

d. Colbome, Village 

e. Cramahe 

/. Hastings, Village . . . 

g, Murray 

h. Percy 

i. Seymour 



96. Northumberland, West— Quest.. 



a. Alnwick 

6. Cobourg, Town — Ville. 

c. Haldimand 

Hamilton 



97. Ontario, North— Nord. 



Beaverton, Village 

Bracebridge, Town — Ville. 

Brock 

Canuington, Village 

Draper 

Macaulay 

Maclean 

Mara 

Morrison 

Oakley 

Rama 

Ridout 

Ryde 

Scott 

Thorah 



98. Ontario, South— Sud. 



a. Oshawa, Town — Ville . . 

b. Port Perry, Village . . . . 
0. Reach 

d. Scugog 

e. Wli.itby, East— Est . . 
/. Whitby, Town— Ville. 

Whittajr, West- Quest. 



99. Ontario, West— Ouest. 



a. Newmarket, Town — Ville. 
6. Pickering 

c. StoufEville, Village , 

d. Uxbridge , 

e. TJxbridge, Town— ViUe . . . 
/. Whitchurch 



40,5.W 

463 

500 

833 

37,360 

46,460 

70,110 

34,930 

280,737 

51,000 

2,775 

600 

1,070 

45,624 

557 

50,790 

55,296 

73,025 

170,007 

21,733 

2,417 

81,100 

64,75' 

578,560 

500 
600 
69,130 
480 
43,431 
41,078 
43,035 
63,096 
48,519 
48,188 
45,535 
44,196 
40,862 
57,672 
31,608 



148,.328 

2,400 

500 

68,100 

10,342 

31,179 

3,800 
32,007 



194,019 

800 
74,195 

413 
63,935 

500 
64,176 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



Families. 
Families. 



Popula 
tion. 



461 


463 


29J 


293 


162 


162 


63t 


647 


514 


518 


495 


495 


963 


976 


539 


551 


4,659 


"4,696 


665 


665 


362 


363 


541 


545 


242 


242 


608 


610 


168 


179 


704 


708 


695 


708 


674 


676 


2,879 


2,925 


257 


268 


952 


974 


880 


883 


790 


800 


4,161 


4,216 


176 


179 


442 


457 


797 


809 


239 


241 


176 


182 


135 


135 


102 


104 


580 


580 


177 


177 


74 


83 


315 


321 


54 


54 


112 


112 


497 


497 


285 


285 


3,815 


3,839 


981 


993 


372 


373 


793 


793 


120 


124 


553 


555 


510 


513 


486 


488 


3,771 


3,815 


485 


495 


1,173 


1,179 


309 


321 


624 


630 


398 


398 


782 


792 



2,035 
1,177 
657 
2,627 
2,359 
2,012 
4,189 
2,379 

20,495 

2,774 
1,378 
2,485 
1,017 
2,556 
815 
2,993 
3,216 
3,261 

13,055 

1,247 
4,239 
3,946 
3,623 

20,689 

855 

2,479 

3,727 

1,058 

998 

736 

523 

2,921 

927 

348 

1,618 

239 

552 

2,270 

1,438 



16,793 

4,394 
1,465 
3,589 
554 
2,631 
2,110 
2,050 



16,695 

2,125 
5,225 
1,223 
2,846 
1,657 
3,619 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau tii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



77 



Male. 
Homme. 



Female. 
Femme. 



1,063 
553 
317 
1,246 
1,243 
1,041 
2,151 
1,206 

10,247 

1,395 

676 

1,120 

479 

1,283 

395 

1,558 

1,653 

1,688 

6,397 

670 
1,886 
2,004 
1,837 

10,717 

420 

1,253 

1,872 

525 

554 

417 

274 

1,521 

485 

196 

870 

133 

289 

1,157 

751 



8,337 

2,107 
677 

1,840 
292 

1,396 
988 

1,037 



8,285 



2,662 
577 

1,447 
760 

1,853 



Single. 
Non-maries. 



972 

624 

340 

1,381 

1,116 

971 

2,038 

1,173 

10,248 

1,379 

702 

1,365 

538 

1,273 

420 

1,435 

1,563 

1,573 

6,658 

577 
2,353 
1,942 
1,786 

9,972 

435 

1,226 

1,855 

533 

444 

319 

249 

1,400 

442 

152 

748 

106 

263 

1,113 

687 



8,456 

2,287 
788 
1,749 
262 
1,235 
1,122 
1,013 



8,410 

1,139 

2,563 

646 

1,3'J9 

8'J7 
1,766 



604 
311 
180 
692 
743 
575 
1,270 
676 

5,839 

729 
301 
660 
260 
676 
236 
870 
1,020 
1,027 

3,881 

418 
1,122 
1,223 
1,118 

6,858 

260 
800 

1,115 
309 
382 
287 
175 

1,038 
306 
133 
567 
86 
189 
707 
505 



4,993 

1,241 
368 

1,116 
168 
866 
608 
626 



4,890 

563 

1,608 

301 

888 

427 

1,103 



Married. 
Maries. 



505 
341 
179 
716 
601 
477 
1,094 
613 

5,514 

682 
336 
822 
284 
634 
245 
735 
885 
891 

3,862 

314 
1,414 
1,084 
1,050 

5,927 

250 
752 
1,079 
292 
273 
191 
146 
862 
267 

87 
457 

59 
158 
639 
415 



4,669 

1,251 
420 
974 
132 
663 
654 
565 



4,645 

626 

1,403 

334 

791 

512 



433 
217 
126 
519 
464 
430 
810 
476 

4,058 

613 
291 
433 
197 
551 
150 
637 
571 
615 

2,274 

228 
692 
701 
653 

3,573 

146 
429 
688 
208 
156 
122 

91 
452 
162 

59 
273 

43 

92 
419 
233 



824 
278 
663 
117 
489 
345 
373 



3,126 

400 
95£ 
253 
512 
310 
692 



420 
224 
132 
537 
470 
433 
804 
478 

4,013 

602 
292 
434 
199 
555 
149 
618 
562 
602 

2,242 

227 
682 
700 
633 

3,557 

147 
430 
683 
208 
149 
118 

91 
466 
163 

58 
257 

41 

95 
419 
232 



3,117 

840 
2S3 
655 
110 
494 
355 
374 



3,105 

406 
951 
250 
512 
310 
670 



Widowed. 
En veuvage. 



26 
25 
11 
35 
36 
30 
71 
53 

350 

53 
24 
27 
22 
56 
9 
51 
62 
46 

242 

24 
72 
80 
66 

286 

14 

24 

69 

8 

16 

8 

8 

31 

17 

4 

30 

5 

8 

31 

13 



255 

42 
31 
61 
7 
41 
35 
38 



268 

23 
95 
23 
47 
23 
57 



46 
59 
29 

128 
45 
61 

140 
81 

721 

95 
74 

109 
55 
84 
26 
82 

116 
80 

553 

36 
257 
157 
103 

486 

38 
44 
93 
33 
22 
10 
12 
71 
12 

7 
34 

6 
10 
55 
39 



670 

186 
85 

120 
14 
78 

113 
74 



660 

108 

209 

62 

96 

75 

110 



Divorced. 
Divorefe. 



N" 



78 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
16 



25 
26 
27 
28 
29 



37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 



44 
45 
46 



100. Ottawa, Oity— Cite. 



By Ward — Qaartier 

6. Central Ward — Quartier .... 

0. Dalhouaie Ward — Quartier... 

d. Ottawa Ward — Quartier 

e. St. George Ward— Quartier.. 
/. Victoria ward — Quartier . . . 
g. Wellington Ward — Quartier. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



lOl. Oxford, North— Nord. . . , 



a. Blandford 

6. Easthope, North— Nord. 

c. Easthope, South — Sud . . . 

d. Embro, v illage 

Nissouri, East— Est 

/. Woodstock, City—Cite.., 

g. Zorra, East — Est 

h. Zorra, West — Ouest 



102. Oxford, South— Sud.. 



a. Burford 

6. Ingersoll, Town — Ville.. 

c. Norwich, North — Nord. 

d. Norwich, South — Sud.. 

e. Norwich, Village 

/. Oakland 

g. Oxford, East— Est 

h. Oxford, North — Nord . . 

Oxford, West — Ouest. . . 



103. Peel. 



a. Brampton, Town— Ville. 



6. Ohinguaoousy.. 

c. Streetsville, Village. 

d. Toronto 

e. Toronto Gore 



104. Perth, North— Nord. 



EUice 

Elma .. 

Listowel, Town — Ville. 

d. Logan 

e. Milverton, Village 

/. Momington, Village 

g. Stratford, City— Cit^... 



105. Perth, South-Sud. 



a. Blanshard 

6. Downie 

FuUarton 

d. Hibbert 

e. Mitchell, Town— Ville. . . 
/. St. Marys, Town— Ville. 
g. Usbome 



106. Peterborough, East— Est. 



a. Ashburnham, Village . 

i>. Asphodel 

Belmont 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



3,013 

202 
675 
440 
228 
484 
389 
625 

261,991 

26,780 
44,130 
24,078 

1,400 
46,694 

1,525 
59,392 
67,993 

237,448 

67,328 
2,200 
35,802 
33,987 
530 
10,384 
39,004 
22,554 
25,659 

173,018 

1,202 

83,518 

476 

67,935 

19,887 

232,479 

66,005 
67,983 

1,600 

61,728 

500 

61,928 

2,835 

229,395 

47,785 
50,671 
41,518 
42,417 
1,400 
2,684 
42,920 

1,472,372 

926 
39,160 
68,627 



Houses. 


Families. 


Demeures. 


Families. 


9,950 


10,836 


1,288 


1,405 


1,802 


1,989 


1,.338 


1,487 


1,550 


1,700 


1,549 


1,607 


390 


440 


2,033 


2,208 


5,444 


5,471 


349 


349 


440 


445 


424 


426 


147 


148 


615 


618 


2,023 


2,026 


852 


863 


694 


696 


4,996 


5,071 


1,068 


1,082 


1,063 


1,082 


501 


508 


698 


603 


331 


332 


180 


188 


441 


450 


323 


325 


488 


501 


2,934 


2,960 


663 


668 


849 


859 


134 


134 


1,102 


1,U3 


186 


186 


5,486 


5,547 


608 


608 


853 


857 


593 


697 


575 


576 


162 


167 


656 


656 


2,039 


2,086 


3,848 


3,894 


634 


535 


574 


676 


479 


490 


509 


615 


454 


458 


801 


817 


497 


604 


4,475 


4,633 


346 


346 


363 


354 


410 


416 



Popula- 
tion. 



57,640 

7,701 
10,798 
7,441 
9,162 
8,807 
2,488 
11,243 

25,357 

1,694 
2,295 
2,097 
595 
2,753 
8,833 
4,298 
2,792 

21,797 

4,512 
4,573 
2,345 
2,661 
1,269 
745 
2,057 
1,402 
2,230 

1.3,687 

2,748 
4,177 
522 
5^08 
1,033 

27,146 

3,367 
4,159 
2,693 
3,024 
698 
3,246 
9,969 

17,861 

2,675 
2,895 
2,295 
2,400 
1,945 
3,384 
2,367 

22,290 

1,647 
1,877 
2,135 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1 90 1 . -^ 79 

Tableai; VII. Supe^pies, .D.emeures, Families, Populaiion, Sexe, Etat civil. 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 


^^ 


Male. 


Female. 




- 




_ 





— 






- 


Non-mari&. 


Marias. 


En veuvage. 


Divorc&. 


N° 


Homme. 


Femme. 
























M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 

5 


F. 
9 




27,442 


30,198 


16,967 


18,539 


9,717 


9,531 


753 


2,119 




4,078 


3,623 


2,669 


2,086 


1,302 


1,268 


107 


267 




2 


1 


4,916 


5,8S2 


3,013 


3,748 


1,755 


1,695 


144 


436 


4 


3 


2 


3,678 


3,763 


2,237 


2,231 


1,376 


1,330 


65 


201 




1 


3 


4,276 


4,886 


2,618 


3,013 


1,521 


1,524 


137 


348 




1 


4 


3,949 


4,858 


2,425 


3,132 


1,422 


1,407 


101 


318 


1 


1 


5 


1,297 


1,191 


820 


712 


434 


401 


43 


77 




1 


6 


5,248 


5,995 


3,185 


3,617 


1,907 


1,906 


156 


472 






7 


12,770 


12,587 


7,851 


7,251 


4,484 


4,453 


433 


881 


2 


■ 2 




887 


807 


558 


472 


294 


290 


35 


45 






8 


1,156 


1,139 


750 


696 


372 


373 


34 


70 






9 


1,077 


1,020 


662 


610 


382 


357 


33 


53 






10 


281 


314 


167 


184 


100 


104 


14 


26 






11 


1,428 


1,325 


896 


759 


477 


476 


55 


89 




1 


12 


4,230 


4,603 


2,424 


2,571 


1,657 


1,650 


148 


382 


1 




13 


2,217 


2,081 


1,403 


1,207 


742 


741 


72 


133 






14 


1,494 


1,298 


991 


752 


460 


462 


42 


83 


] 


1 


15 


10,956 


10,841 


6,275 


.5,813 


4,316 


4,262 


365 


765 




1 




2,297 


2,215 


1,291 


1,132 


932 


933 


74 


150 






16 


2,224 


2,349 


1,240 


1,265 


902 


886 


82 


198 






17 


1,196 


1,149 


694 


630 


453 


450 


49 


69 




• • 


18 


1,347 


1,.S17 


794 


710 


514 


506 


39 


100 




1 


19 


695 


674 


301 


351 


275 


261 


19 


62 






20 


378 


367 


213 


179 


155 


155 


10 


33 






21 


1,064 


993 


627 


551 


403 


391 


. 34 


51 






22 


726 


676 


441 


383 


258 


257 


27 


36 






23 


1,129 


1,101 


674 


612 


424 


423 


31 


66 






24 


6,896 


6,791 


4,380 


4,016 


2,316 


2,.317 


200 


458 








1,272 


1,476 


726 


847 


506 


510 


40 


119 






25 


2,156 


2,021 


1,434 


1,230 


663 


666 


59 


125 






26 


236 


286 


135 


154 


93 


98 


8 


34 






27 


2,681 


2,527 


1,712 


1,482 


893 


891 


76 


154 






28 


551 


481 


373 


303 


161 


152 


17 


26 






29 


13,622 


13,524 


8,555 


7,984 


4,721 


4,721 


346 


819 








1,745 


1,622 


1,172 


1,020 


532 


5.30 


41 


72 






30 


2,147 


2,012 


1,336 


1,174 


741 


736 


70 


102 






31 


1,305 

1,582 

346 


1,388 


771 


770 


496 


504 


38 


114 






32 


1,442 
352 


1,015 
201 


848 
189 


530 
139 


520 
1.39 


37 
6 


74 
24 






33 

34 


1,672 
4,825 


1,574 


1,070 


943 


551 


540! 


51 


91 






35 


5,134 


2,990 


3,040 


1,732 


1,752 


103 


342 






36 


8,944 


, 8,917 


5,546 


5,200 


3,131 


3,128 


267 


589 




•• 




1,321 
1,499 
1,190 

1,287 
856 


1,254 


844 


754 


438 


435 


39 


65 






37 


1,396 


984 


858 


478 


476 


37 


62 






38 


1,105 
1,113 


746 
833 


633 
644 


412 
403 


414 
401 


32 

51 


58 
68 






39 
40 


1,089 


477 


643 


347 


353 


32 


93 




.. 


41 


1,596 
1,195 


1,788 


952 


994 


604 


606 


40 


188 




.. 


42 


1,172 


710 


674 


449 


443 


36 


55 




■• 


43 


11,565 


10,727j 


7,408 


6,402 


3,863 


3,802 


292 


522 




1 




779 


8R8 


462 


535 


297 


293 


20 


40 






44 


987 


89i) 


667 


554 


298 


298 


22 


38 






45 


1,141 


994 1 

1 


735 


578 


384 


373 


22 


43 




■■ 


46 



80 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



19 
20 
21 
22 
23 



24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
SO 
31 
32 
33 



34 



37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 



43 

44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
60 
61 
52 
53 
54 
55 



Distiicts & S. -Districts. 



Burleigh & Anatruther 

Chandos 

Cardiff 

Cavendish 

Clyde, Eyre &, Havelook 

Douro 

Dummer 

Glamorgan 

Guilford, Harbum & Bruton 

H«velock, Village 

Harcourt, Dudley & Dysart 

Harvey 

Lakefield, Village 

Livingstone, Lawrence & Nightingale.. 

Methuen 

Monmouth 

Norwood, Village 

Otonabee 



107. Peterborough, West— Oueat. , 

Ennismore 

b, Monaghan, North— Nord 

Monaghan, South — Sud 

d. Peterborough, Town — Ville 

e. Smith 



108. Presoott. 



a. Alfred 

b. Caledonia 

c. Hawkesbury, East — Est 

J f Hawkesbury, West— Guest. . 
"• IVankleekHUl, Village . .. 
e. Hawkesbury, Town— Villa — 

/. Longueuil 

g. L'Orignal, Village 

h. Plantagenet, North— Nord 

i. Plantagenet, South— Sud 



100. Prince Ed'ward. 



a. Ameliasburg 

6. Athol 

c. Hallowell 

d. Hillier 

e. Marysburg, North — Nord 
/. Marysburg, South— Sud .. . 

g. Picton, Town — Ville. 

h. Sophiasburg. 

i. Wellington, Village 



110. Renfrew, North— Nord. 



-Sud. 



Algona, South- 
Alice & Fraser.. 

Bromley 

Buchanan, Wylie & Rolph 

Eganville (part). Village 

Pembroke 

Pembroke, Town — Ville 

Petewawa & McKay 

/ Koss 

\Cobden, Villkge 

Stafford 

Westmeatb , . . 

Wilberforce & Algona, North — Nord. 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



146,880 
64,115 
72,048 
55,200 

155,757 
41,108 
73,935 
53,760 

133,254 
493 

126,400 

106,021 
493 

144,735 

74,600 

53,792 

409 

70,659 

122,370 

21,374 
16,152 
18,988 
1,340 
64,616 

316,344 

46,720 
46,643 
62,976 
25,720 
660 

5,400 
19,587 

2,857 
64,144 
51,737 

249,853 

45,609 
23,228 
45,630 
33,381 
24,563 
27,648 
552 
47,718 
1,524 

676,998 

33,640 

110,928 

50,272 

128,800 

160 

8,925 

600 

88,768 

66,973 

459 

22,426 

77,903 

97,144 



Houses. 
Demeures, 



120 

164 

135 

27 

" 372 
441 
102 

58 
207 
.143 
229 
272 
6 

50 
113 
218 
710 

3,504 

169 

196 

208 

2,323 



4,700 

632 
386 
808 
269 
313 
734 
178 
183 
702 
696 



634 
308 
895 
420 
281 
342 
944 
532 
174 

4,211 

168 
332 
370 
200 
88 
155 
895 
165 
403 
137 
200 
634 
464 



Families, 



Pamilles. 



120 
168 
135 

27 

'" 376 

446 

102 

59 

207 

164 

231 

283 

6 

61 

126 

218 

711 

3,659 

169 
197 
209 
2,358 
626 

4,861 

654 
397 
816 
273 
315 
795 
186 
184 
735 
606 

4,589 

648 
309 
910 
424 
283 
351 
957 
533 
174 

4,364 

169 
3E2 
384 
213 
92 
168 
930 
167 
409 
141 
203 
662 
474 



Popula 
tion. 



6S7 
806 
698 
155 

' 1,871 

2,039 

527 

.343 

984 

773 

1,199 

1,244 

28 

247 

629 

945 

3,456 

17,006 

936 

967 

929 

11,239 

2,944 

27,035 

3,327 
2,201 
4,621 
1,350 
1,674 
4,150 
1,060 
1,026 
4,082 
3,544 

17,864 

2,585 
1,187 
3,445 
1,647 
1,213 
1,342 
3,698 
2,095 
652 

24,556 

1,080 

2,139 

2,069 

1,140 

539 

903 

5,156 

1,067 

2,269 

734 

1,174 

3,586 

2,700 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 81 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 







Single. 1 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 




- 


— 




— 


— 




— 


Femme. 


Non-mari&. 


Mariea. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme. 
























M. K. 


p. 


M. H. 


P. 
113 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


p. 




37.^ 


314 


254 


187 


Ill 


8 


14 






1 


433 


373 


285 


201 


142 


142 


6 


29 




1 


2 


386 


312 


265 


195 


115 


108 


6 


9 






3 


78 


77 


53 


54 


21 


21 


4 


2 






4 
5 


■' 980 


■■ 891 


" 656 


■■ 541 


"303 


"300 


" 21 


50 






6 


1.049 


990 


630 


561 


397 


383 


22 


46 






7 


281 


246 


185 


149 


87 


87 


9 


10 






8 


183 


160 


126 


100 


53 


66 


4 


4 






9 


517 


467 


308 


254 


200 


198 


9 


15 






10 


408 


365 


274 


237 


117 


112 


17 


16 






11 


655 


544 


429 


309 


209 


219 


17 


16 






12 


611 


633 


354 


356 


239 


222 


18 


55 






13 


15 


13 


10 


9 


5 


4 










14 


140 


107 


93 


59 


42 


42 


5 


6 






15 


339 


290 


219 


181 


108 


102 


12 


7 






16 


439 


506 


247 


280 


183 


184 


9 


42 






17 


1,769 


1,687 


1,156 


1,062 


552 


545 


61 


80 






18 


8,171 


8,834 


5,010 


5,295 


2,943 


2,955 


218 


584 




.. 




483 


453 


346 


299 


129 


129 


8 


25 






19 


474 


483 


295 


294 


160 


157 


19 


32 






20 


473 


456 


282 


266 


168 


168 


23 


22 






21 


5,226 


6,013 


3,174 


3,619 


1,918 


1,943 


134 


451 






22 


1,515 


1,429 


913 


817 


568 


558 


34 


64 






23 


13,827 


13,208 


9,167 


8,310 


4,354 


4,318 


305 


579 


1 


1 




1,695 


1,632 


1,146 


1,050 


529 


524 


11 


58 






24 


1,116 


1,085 


750 


697 


338 


344 


28 


44 






25 


2,343 


2,278 


1,542 


1,427 


740 


744 


61 


107 






26 


686 


664 


452 


407 


210 


213 


24 


44 




.. 


27 


895 


869 


516 


562 


266 


259 


23 


48 






28 


2,162 


1,988 


1,372 


1,174 


753 


733 


37 


81 






29 
30 


530 


530 


355 


351 


166 


165 


9 


14 






524 


502 


344 


313 


167 


167 


13 


22 






31 


2,126 


1,956 


1,425 


1,242 


642 


628 


58 


85 


1 


1 


32 
33 


1,840 


1,704 


1,265 


1,087 


543 


541 


32 


. 76 






8,676 


9,188 


4,321 


4,394 


4,073 


4,087 


282 


707 




•• 




1,314 


1,271 


669 


586 


592 


591 


53 


94 




1 


34 
35 


582 


605 


286 


274 


284 


290 


12 


41 






1,708 


1,737 


852 


802 


805 


817 


51 


118 






36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 


823 


824 


408 


380 


389 


387 


26 


57 






589 


^4 


310 


327 


263 


262 


16 


fa 






675 


667 


341 


313 


315 


308 


19 


46 






1,655 


2,043 


834 


1,037 


765 


787 


56 


219 






1,020 
310 


1,075 
342 


471 
150 


606 
169 


515 
145 


502 
143 


34 
15 


67 
30 






12,582 


11,974 


8,391 


7,486 


3,892 


3,871 


299 


617 








560 


520 


392 


333 


169 


157 


9 


30 






43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51- 
52 
63 
64 
55 


1,126 


1,013 


762 


640 


334 


327 


30 


46 






1,094 
605 


975 
535 


735 
423 


615 
347 


316 
171 


319 
164 


43 
11 


41 
24 






266 


273 


172 


180 


88 


86 


6 


7 






472 


431 


309 


267 


152 


150 


11 


14 






2,458 
560 


2,698 
507 


1,578 
391 


1,737 
323 


817 
158 


793 
161 


63 
11 


168 
23 






1,191 
363 


1,078 
371 


807 
236 


666 
229 


360 
118 


359 
119 


24 
9 


63 
23 






643 


531 


445 


331 


186 


184 


12 


16 






1,844 


1,742 


1,212 


1,013 


593 


614 


39 


115 
57 






1,400 


1,300 


929 


805 


440 


438 


31 









A— 6 



82 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 



25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 



111. Renfrew, South— Sud. 



Admaston 

Arnprior, Town — Ville 

Bagot & Blithefield 

Brougham 

Brudenell & Lynedooh 

Eganville (part), Village 

Grattan 

Griffith & Matawatchan 

Hagarty, Sherwood & Jones . 

Horton 

McNab 

Raglan & Radcliffe 

Renfrew, Town — Ville 

Richards & Burns 

Sebastopol.. 



112. BuBsell. 



a. Cambridge 

5. Casselman, Village 

Clarence 

d. Cumberland 

Gloucester 

/. New Edinburg (Rideau Ward, Ottawa) . 

Osgoode 

h. Rockland, Village 

Russell ... 



113. Slmcoe, East— Est. 



39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 



.47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 



Gravenhurst, Town — Ville 

Matchedash . . 

Medonte 

Medora & Wood 

Midland, Town— Ville 

Monck , 

Muskoka 

Orillia 

Orillia, Town— Ville 

Oro 

Penetanguishene, Town — Ville . 

Port Carling, Village 

Tay 

Tiny 



114. Simcoe, North— Nord. 



a. Barrie (part), Town — Ville. 
6. Collingwood, Town — Ville . . 
0. Creemore, Village 

d. Flos , 

e. Nottawasaga 

/. Stayner, Town — Ville 

g. Sunnidale 

h. Vespra 



115. Simcoe, South— Sud . . . 

a. AUandale (part of Barrie Town) . 

6. AUiston, Town— Ville 

Beeton, Village 

d. Essa 

e. Innisfil 

/. Mulmur 



Area 
in acres. 

Superiicie 
en acres. 



1,052,770 

77,530 
1.200 

113,152 
67,072 

110,7:« 

190 

72,923 

94,669 

144,110 
38.580 
68,534 

113,981 

2,400 

99,824 

47,872 

447,152 

61,084 
1,200 
72,357 
78,749 
92,908 

322 
93,338 

500 
46,694 

616,812 

479 

49,409 

72,960 

130,446 

582 

29,182 

37,864 

77,060 

1,600 

76,244 

1,716 

3,792 

50,533 

84,945 

294,223 

2,550 

4,400 

495 

64,267 

94,480 

1,146 

56,811 

70,074 

328,046 

360 

500 

475 

69,620 

70,687 

71,530 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



4,756 

420 
769 
286 

91 
247 

96 
329 
114 
513 
268 
686 
203 
598 

20 
116 

6,400 

600 
133 

1,039 
765 

1,473 
364 
982 
336 
708 

7,462 

416 
86 
891 
214 
609 
181 
158 
743 

1,015 

808 

443 

56 

1,036 
806 

5,454 

1,054 
1,123 
143 
768 
1,061 
278 
481 
546 

4,039 

229 
282 
154 
722 
812 
660 



Families. 
Families. 



Popula- 
tion. 



4,835 

426 
790 
286 

92 
247 
107 
335 
114 
513 
271 
712 
204 
602 

20 
116 

6,511 

609 
137 

1,045 
770 

1,478 
374 
983 
397 
718 

7,570 

423 
86 
898 
217 
629 
183 
159 
747 

1,013 

817 

450 

58 

1,056 
829 

5,505 

1,057 
1,142 
144 
781 
1,069 
278 
483 
551 

4,082 

229 
283 
155 
743 
823 
664 



27,676 

2,453 
4,152 
1,620 

601 
1,411 

568 
2,078' 

697 
3,325 
1,557 
3,835 
1,364 
3,153 

131 

731 

35,166 

3,459 
707 
6,085 
4,198 
7,778 
2,288 
4,818 
1,998 
3,835 

89,277 

2,146 

499 

4,451 

1,116 

3,174 

1,008 

838 

4,564 

4,907 

4,001 

2,422 

323' 

5,442 

4,386 

26,964 

4,894 
5,755 
654 
3,897 
5,342 
1,225 
2,367 
2,830 

19,271 

1,055 
1,256 
634 
3,438 
3,858 
3,253 



Tableau vii. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 83 

Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 







Sinele. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 


' 


Male. 


Female. 




- 




- 




- 







— 


— 


Non-maries. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N» 


Homme. 


Femme. 
























•M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 




14,09] 


13,585 


9,543 


8,750 


4,242 


4,215 


305 


617 


1 


3 




1,24S 


1,205 


843 


782 


370 


370 


35 


63 






1 


2,016 


2,134 


1,261 


1,328 


717 


710 


40 


96 








2 


80f 


811 


560 


540 


233 


236 


16 


36 








3 


31£ 


282 


224 


188 


81 


83 


14 


11 








4 


727 


684 


502 


438 


220 


228 


5 


18 








5 


25£ 


313 


170 


212 


80 


75 


6 


26 








6 


1,095 


986 


796 


667 


276 


276 


20 


43 








7 


37.' 


324 


269 


202 


100 


102 


4 


20 








8 


1,72; 


1,602 


1,193 


1,039 


506 


504 


23 


58 




1 


1 


9 


825 


735 


567 


470 


231 


232 


24 


33 








10 


1,97] 


1,864 


1,324 


1,190 


589 


571 


58 


103 








11 


76C 


601 


553 


393 


198 


182 


12 


26 








12 


l,49e 


1,657 


939 


1,055 


517 


523 


40 


77 






2 


13 


84 


47 


64 


29 


19 


18 


1 


, , 








14 


391 


340 


278 


217 


105 


105 


8 


18 








15 


18,19( 


) 16,976 


12,044 


10,583 


5,737 


5,688 


407 


703 


2 


2 




1,79J 


1,665 


1,194 


1,058 


578 


674 


21 


32 


] 


1 


16 


364 


343 


237 


215 


116 


112 


11 


16 






17 


3,16C 


2,922 


2,096 


1,864 


1,001 


980 


66 


78 






18 


2,20? 


1,991 


1,509 


1,261 


638 


620 


60 


110 






19 


4,035 


3,746 


2,676 


2,313 


1,265 


1,264 


90 


169 


1 




20 


i,ioe 


1,182 


742 


778 


343 


340 


21 


63 




1 


21 


2,515 


2,306 


1,683 


1,397 


759 


760 


70 


149 






22 


1,01C 


982 


641 


597 


357 


359 


18 


26 






23 


1,99« 


1,839 


1,266 


1,100 


680 


679 


50 


60 






24 


20,18£ 


19,092 


13,088 


11,648 


6,652 


6,581 


442 


861 


3 


2 




1,106 


1,040 


707 


613 


386 


367 


13 


60 






25 


276 


223 


192 


138 


80 


79 


4 


6 






26 


2,327 


2,124 


1,505 


1,255 


760 


767 


62 


102 






27 


62S 


488 


422 


297 


183 


172 


23 


19 






28 


1,652 


1,522 


1,021 


884 


605 


580 


26 


58 






29 


531 


477 


354 


289 


167 


166 


10 


22 






30 


429 


409 


274 


250 


143 


141 


12 


18 






31 


2,411 


2,153 


1,716 


1,424 


645 


637 


.51 


92 






32 


2,316 


2.591 


1,422 


1,569 


844 


863 


50 


159 






33 


2,044 


1,957 


1,313 


1,191 


658 


66() 


73 


106 






34 


1,213 


1,209 


768 


760 


422 


399 


22 


60 


1 




35 


172 


151 


115 


94 


53 


62 


4 


6 






36 


2,831 


2,611 


1,810 


1,563 


971 


965 


50 


83 






37 


2,249 


2,137 


1,470 


1,321 


735 


733 


42 


81 


2 


2 


38 


13,489 


13,475 


8,569 


8,064 


4,566 


4,566 


364 


846 








2,276 


2,618 


1,349 


1,545 


870 


865 


57 


208 






39 


2,819 


2,936 


1,770 


1,737 


989 


974 


60 


225 








40 


317 


337 


195 


201 


110 


120 


12 


16 








41 


2,018 


1,879 


1,310 


1,152 


643 


657 


65 


70 








42 


2,735 


2,607 


1,789 


1,593 


872 


868 


74 


146 








43 


572 


653 


337 


374 


216 


217 


20 


62 








44 


1,246 


1,121 


805 


661 


413 


414 


28 


46 








45 


1,506 


1,324 


1,014 


801 


454 


461 


38 


72 


•• 




46 


9,868 


9,403 


6,223 


6,557 


3,330 


3,330 


314 


516 


1 






514 


541 


298 


303 


202 


202 


14 


36 






47 


593 


663 


346 


396 


223 


215 


23 


52 


1 




48 


808 


326 


179 


180 


117 


122 


12 


24 






49 


1,809 


1,629 


1,162 


953 


584 


586 


63 


90 


.. 




50 


1,958 


1,900 


1,217 


1,124 


675 


678 


66 


98 






51 


1,698 


1,555 


1,081 


911 


678 


674 


39 


70 


* * 




62 



A-6| 



84 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



g. Tecumseth 

k: Tossorontio 

Tottenham, Village . 



8 

9 

10 

11 



116. Toronto, Centre, City— Cite 

a. Ward — Quarcier 3 (part) 

117. Toronto, East— Est, City— Cite . . . . 

a. Ward — Quartier 1 (part) 

6. M " 2 „ 

c. I, II 3 



118. Toronto, "West— Quest, City— Cite... 



a. Ward— Quartier 3 (part). 

b. ,1 .1 4 ,1 . 

c. „ „ 5 II . 

d. 11 II 6 II . 



12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 g. 



119. Victoria, North— Nord. 



Anson & Hindon 

Bexley 

Garden 

Dalton 

Digby & Longford 

Eldon 

Fenelon 

FeneloQ Falls, Village 

Galway 

Laxton 

Lutterworth 

Minden 

Snowdon 

Somerville 

Sherbonrne & McClintuck . 

Stanhope 

Woodville (part), Village . . 



120. Victoria, South— Sud. 



29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 



37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 



43 
44 
45 



a, Bobcaygeon, Village 

6. Emily 

c. Lindsay, Town — Ville 

■, I Mariposa 

"" \ Woodville (part), Village. 

e. Omemee, Village 

/■ Ops 

g, Verulam 



121. "Waterloo, North— Nord.. 



Area 
in acres 

Superficie 
en acres. 



a. Berlin, Town — Ville . . . 

6. Elmira, Village 

c. Waterloo 

d. Waterloo, Town— Ville. 

e. Wellesley 

/. Woolwich 



122. "Waterloo, South-Sud. 



a. Ayr, Village 

b. Dumfries, North — Nord. 

c. Gait, Town— Ville 



67,644 

46,830 

400 

558 

558 

987 

180 
670 
137 

2,972 

174 
1,092 
1,380 

326 

879,201 

84,318 
28,320 
48,121 
40,950 
93,586 
65,985 
66,942 

508 
69,920 
27,840 
41,176 
45,825 
50,938 
69,118 
97,624 
47,530 

600 

264,881 

450 

66,310 

1,630 

70,863 

416 
60,733 
64,479 

174,849 

3,136 

520 

46,047 

2,810 
66,236 
56,100 

165,271 

500 

46,791 

1,477 



Houses. 



Demeures, 



693 
360 

127 

4,829 
4,829 



1,983 

6,532 

71 

15,495 

508 
7,693 
6,090 
1,204 

3,239 

56 
181 
162 

92 

39 
613 
502 
251 
133 
118 

89 
227 
168 
407 

46 
105 

60 

4,222 

201 
471 
1,449 
927 
50 
140 
677 
407 

6,211 

1,870 
220 
620 
666 
984 
851 

5,287 

214 
446 

1,748 



Families. 
Families. 



360 
127 

5,187 

5,187 

8,960 

2,022 

6,832 

106 

16.425 

622 
8,178 
6,362 
1,263 

3,282 

58 
184 
162 

93 

39 
613 
526 
256 
134 
118 

90 
227 
169 
408 

48 
105 

52 

4,314 

209 
484 
1,484 
931 
50 
145 
693 
418 

5,376 

1,956 
234 
624 
687 
986 
390 

5,355 

226 

446 

1,757 



Popula- 
tion. 



3,440 

1,726 

611 

28,765 

28,705 

45,621 

9,603 

35,558 

400 

81,712 

3,151 
40,71* 
31,589 

6,253 

16,258 

30O 

907 

805 

541 

219 

2,994 

2,470' 

1,132 

698 

596 

464 

1,1Z0 

856 

2,105 

271 

50O 

230' 

19,953 

914 
2,304 
7,003 
4,190 
228 
574 
2,610 
2,130 

27,124 

9,747 
1,060 
3,411 
3,537 
5,051 
4,318 

25,470 

827 
2,164 
7,866 



BECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



;85 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. | 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 








- 




- 


_ 




- 


Femme. 


Non-maries. 


Mari&. 


En veuvage. 


Divorcfe 


N" 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


n: 


II. H. 


F. 




1,824 


1,616 


1,198 


976 


562 


658 


64 


82 






1 


877 


849 


560 


519 


293 


294 


24 


36 






2 


287 


324 


182 


195 


96 


101 


9 


28 






3 


13,021 


15,744 


8,090 


9,710 


4,457 


4,487 


469 


1,543 


5 


4 




13,021 


15,744 


8,090 


9,710 


4,457 


4,487 


469 


1,643 


5 


4 


4 


21,272 


24,349 


12,794 


14,360 


7,908 


7,964 


669 


2,034 


1 


1 




4,753 


4,910 


2,847 


2,780 


1,816 


1,832 


90 


298 






5 


1B,292 


19,266 


9,811 


11,489 


6,008 


0,054 


472 


1,722 


1 


1 


6 


227 


173 


136 


91 


84 


68 


7 


14 


•• 


•■ 


1 


38,571 


43,141 


23,018 


25,013 


14,638 


14,744 


911 


3,378 


4 


6 




1,642 


1,509 


1,023 


835 


571 


558 


48 


116 


.. 




8 


18,489 


22,230 


10,963 


13,059 


7,028 


7,161 


497 


2,007 


1 


3 


9 


15,461 


16,128 


9,282 


9,265 


5,877 


6,811 


301 


1,050 


1 


2 


10 


2,979 


3,274 


1,750 


1,854 


1,162 


1,214 


66 


205 


2 


1 


11 


8,571 


7,687 


5,523 


4,552 


2,813 


2,773 


234 


362 


1 






163 


137 


no 


74 


51 


51 


2 


12 






12 


483 


424 


297 


245 


170 


166 


16 


13 








13 


440 


365 


283 


218 


147 


131 


10 


16 








14 


302 


239 


206 


143 


90 


86 


6 


10 








15 


115 


104 


75 


66 


36 


36 


4 


2 








16 


1,569 


1,425 


1,022 


863 


492 


493 


55 


69 








17 


1,270 


1,200 


781 


703 


443 


441 


46 


56 




• 




18 


560 


672 


344 


310 


205 


219 


11 


43 








19 


370 


328 


258 


203 


106 


105 


6 


20 








20 


312 


284 


198 


164 


108 


106 


6 


14 








21 


255 


209 


176 


129 


68 


71 


11 


9 








22 


616 


554 


397 


338 


207 


197 


12 


19 








23 


406 


390 


308 


224 


161 


146 


7 


20 








24 


1,126 


979 


729 


580 


369 


360 


27 


39 




\ 




25 


137 


134 


89 


90 


44 


42 


4 


2 








26 


279 


221 


184 


129 


89 


S3 


6 


9 








27 


108 


122 


66 


73 


37 


40 


5 


9 


•■ 




28 


10,039 


9,914 


6,239 


5,751 


3,519 


3,530 


280 


632 


1 


1 




451 


463 


263 


253 


168 


174 


20 


36 






29 


1,219 


1,085 


803 


644 


381 


387 


34 


54 


1 




30 


3,333 


3,670 


1,9S4 


2,H7 


1,266 


1,2S5 


84 


267 




1 


31 


2,158 
113 


2,032 
115 


1,311 
78 


1,1 :!3 
6» 


781 
30 


773 
29 


66 
5 


126 
18 






32 
33 


251 


323 


137 


182 


104 


no 


10 


31 






34 


1,389 
1,125 


1,221 


9,37 


746 


428 


416 


24 


60 






35 


1,005 


726 


608 


362 


357 


37 


40 






36 


13,360 


13,764 


8,345 


8,327 


4,705 


4,697 


310 


740 








4,630 


5,117 


2,840 


3,114 


1,708 


1,707 


82 


296 






37 


505 


555 


298 


328 


193 


189 


14 


38 






38 


1,737 


1,674 


1,115 


1,040 


562 


565 


60 


69 






39 


1,724 


1,813 


1,066 


1,0S9 


620 


609 


38 


115 






40 


2,562 
2,202 


2,489 
2,116 


1,655 
1,371 


1,518 
1,238 


851 

771 


854 
773 


56 
60 


117 
105 






41 
42 


12,324 


13,146 


7,517 


7,708 


4,446 


4,470 


361 


968 








362 


465 


205 


266 


141 


IW 


If 


50 






43 


1,116 


1,048 


739 


628 


34b 


o4(J 


31 


80 






44 


3,721 


4,145 


2,178 


2,335 


l.4;>4 


1,434 

1 


US 


376 






45 



86 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



A. Hespeler, Village 

New Hamburg, Village. 

f. Preston, Village 

g, Waterloo, South— Sud . . 
fc. WUmot 



9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 



20 
21 
22 
23 
24 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



123. "Welland. 



a. Bertie 

6. Bridgeburg, Village 

Chippawa, Village 

A. Crow land 

e. Fort Erie, Village 

f. Humberstone 

g. Niagara Falls, Town — VUle. 

h. Niagara Falls, Village 

i. Port Colborne, VUlage 

Stamford 

k. Thorold 

I. Thorold, Town— Ville . . . 

m. Welland, Town — Ville 

n. Willoughby 



124. Wellington, Centre. 



a. Drayton, Village 

h. Elora, Village 

Fergus, Village 

d. Garaf raxa, East — Est 

e. Garafraxa, West — Quest . . . 

25 /. Maryborough 

26 g. Nichol 

27 h. Orangeville, Town— Ville . . 

28 i. Peel 

29 ;. Pilkington 



30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37. 
38 
39 
40 
41 



42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



48 
49 
50 
51 
62 



125. "Wellington, North-Nord.. 



Amaranth 

Arthur. 

Arthur, Village 

Clifford, Village ' 

Grand Valley, Villasre 

Harriston, Town — Ville, . . . 

Luther, East— Est 

Luther, West— Quest 

Minto 

Mount Forest, Town — Ville 

Palmerston, Town — Ville 

Wallace 



126. Wellington, South— Sud. 



a. Eramosa 

h. Erin 

c. Erin, Village 

d. Guelph 

Guelph, City— Cite. 

/. Puslmch 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



127. Wentworth & Brant, North-Nord.. 



Ancaster 

h. Beverley 

Blenheim 

d. Brantford, East— Est. . 

Dumfries, South— Sud 



816 

951 

1,067 

41,432 

62,237 

162,174 

35,4.37 
450 
184 

19,592 
740 

33,469 

1,062 

305 

220 

23,089 

26,359 

800 

1,150 

19,317 

281,133 

428 

750 

850 

40,537 

49,651 

56,505 

27,372 

1,731 

73,588 

29,721 

345,723 

65,174 

64,792 

994 

500 

265 

850 

38,790 

50,573 

71,282 

1,414 

919 

50,170 

222,189 

47,424 
74,272 
500 
36,985 
3,104 
59,904 

271,227 

48,293 
72,770 
68,973 
34,952 
46,239 



Houses. 
Demeures, 



446 
264 
486 
723 
960 

6,741 

699 
279 
115 
240 
203 
700 
888 
311 
290 
477 
459 
431 
446 
203 

4,406 

189 
279 
330 
385 
516 
660 
382 
576 
794 
295 

4,852 

571 
570 
266 
134 
1,58 
362 
321 
413 
622 
454 
404 
577 

4,992 

582 
765 
130 
447 
2,435 
643 

4,112 

829 
895 
1,066 
683 
649 



Families. 



Families. 



Popula 
tion. 



481 
264 
497 
724 
960 

5,799 

715 
280 
117 
240 
206 

n\ 

890 
319 
291 
478 
467 
432 
450 
203 

4,450 

189 
279 
334 
390 
526 
675 
382 
580 
800 
295 

4,891 

576 
579 
268 
138 
158 
367 
321 
414 
627 
456 
404 
583 

5,020 

583 
758 
130 
447 
2,456 
646 

4,137 

834 
898 
1,064 
689 
652 



2,457 
1,208 
2,308 
3,696 
4,944 

20,090 

3,189 
1,356 

460 
1,010 

890 
3,232 
4,244 
1,458 
1,253 
2,140 
2,025 
1,979 
1,863 

991 

20,570 

791 
1,187 
1,396 
1,895 
2,561 
3,188 
1,685 
2,511 
3,865 
1,491 

23,801 

2,798 
2,961 
1,285 
608 
751 
1,637 
1,698 
2,227 
3,128 
2,019 
1,850 
2,839 

23,767 

2,705 
3,587 
511 
2,423 
11,496 
3,045 

18,717 

3,863 
3,999 
4,679 
3,254 
2,922 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



87 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. | 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 




- 


— 


- 




- 


— 






Femme. 


Non-mari&. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


p. 




1,088 


1,369 


663 


862 


400 


418 


25 


89 


1 


593 


615 


355 


853 


214 


209 


24 


53 






2 


1,113 


1,195 


647 


673 


434 


436 


32 


86 






3 


1,881 


1,815 


1,180 


1,082 


653 


644 


48 


89 






4 


2,450 


2,494 


1,550 


1,509 


834 


840 


66 


145 






5 


12,986 


13,104 


7,710 


7,313 


4,869 


4,853 


403 


933 


4 


6 




1,612 
691 


1,577 


959 


881 


617 


617 


36 


79 


1 




6 


665 


424 


366 


245 


248 


22 


51 






7 


217 


243 


127 


139 


79 


82 


11 


22 






8 


524 


486 


305 


247 


203 


207 


16 


32 






9 


409 


481 


224 


266 


172 


172 


13 


43 






10 


.1,645 

2,150 

677 


1,587 


975 


890 


609 


615 


61 


82 






11 


2,094 


1,319 


1,176 


784 


756 


46 


162 


1 




12 


781 


387 


438 


283 


286 


7 


66 




1 


18 


637 


616 


383 


326 


232 


234 


21 


54 


1 


2 


14 


1,088 
994 


1,052 


662 


610 


392 


376 


34 


66 






15 


1,031 


572 


569 


380 


383 


41 


79 


1 




16 


938 


1,041 


550 


614 


340 


340 


48 


87 






17 


901 


962 


495 


497 


370 


377 


36 


86 




2 


18 


503 


488 


328 


294 


164 


160 


11 


34 






19 


10,420 


10,150 


6,604 


5,960 


3,526 


3,502 


290 


687 




1 




370 


421 


209 


230 


151 


153 


10 


38 






20 


585 


602 


353 


347 


206 


206 


26 


49 




. , 


21 


647 


749 


392 


434 


228 


231 


27 


84 






22 


990 


905 


627 


532 


342 


327 


21 


46 




., 


23 


1,334 

1,654 

851 


1,227 


871 


729 


439 


440 


24 


58 




.. 


24 


1,534 


1,040 


900 


569 


561 


45 


73 






25 


834 


546 


491 


259 


256 


46 


87 






26 


1,122 

2,061 

806 


1,389 


648 


812 


440 


445 


34 


132 






27 


1,804 
685 


1,372 
546 


1,075 
410 


646 
246 


638 
245 


43 
14 


90 
30 




1 


28 
29 


12,217 


11,584 


7,775 


6,870 


4,109 


4,100 


333 


614 








1,497 
1,555 

587 


1,301 


960 


757 


605 


495 


32 


49 






30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 


1,406 
698 


1,052 
373 


887 
441 


454 
194 


447 
194 


49 
20 


72 
63 






286 


332 


167 


184 


111 


111 


8 


27 






373 


378 


230 


212 


139 


141 


4 


25 






751 


886 


437 


517 


288 


292 


26 


77 






920 


778 


607 


470 


292 


286 


21 


22 






1,205 

1,666 

997 
89J 


1,022 

1,462 

1,022 

957 


821 

1,094 

610 

502 


634 
871 
587 
533 


361 
521 
342 
373 


357 
527 
359 
370 


23 

51 
45 
18 


31 
64 

76 
54 






1,487 


1,352 


922 


777 


529 


521 


36 


54 






11,649 


12,118 


7,198 


7,206 


4,099 


4,080 


351 


831 


1 


1 




1,357 
1,847 
243 
1,236 
5,384 
1,580 


1,348 
1,740 
266 
1,187 
6,112 
l,4a'5 


844 

1,171 

151 

821 

3,182 

1,029 


795 
1,021 

149 

733 
3,632 

876 


471 
611 
87 
386 
2,034 
510 


473 
607 
87 
386 
2,022 
505 


42 

64 

7 

29 

168 

41 


80 
111 

30 

68 
458 

84 


1 


1 


42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 


9,604 


9,113 


5,764 


5,092 


3,518 


3,457 


322 


562 




2 




1,964 
2,099 
2,35S 
l,71f 
1,47C 


1,899 
1,900 
2,326 
1,536 
1,452 


1,178 
1,29E 
1,376 
1,057 
861 


1,063 

1,058 

1,292 

857 

822 


724 

736 
886 
610 
562 


714 
741 
863 
586 
553 


65 
68 
91 
51 
47 


122 

101 

170 

92 

77 




1 
1 


48 
49 
50 
51 
52 



88 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. ATeas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 



44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
60 



Districts & S, -Districts. 



128. "Wentworth, Soutli— Sud 



a. Barton 

b. Binbrook 

c. Caistor 

d. Dundas, Town — Ville 

e. Flam borough, East —Est 

/. Flamborough, West — Quest. 

fj. Glanford , 

h. Grimsby, North — Nord 

i. Grimshy, South — Sud 

j. Grimsby, Village 

k. Saltflefct 

I. Waterdown, Village 



120. York, East— Est. 



-Ville. 



East Toronto, Village 

6. Markham 

c. Markham, Village 

d. North Toronto (part), Town- 

e. Scarboro 

/. Ward — Quartier 1 (part Toronto city). 
p. „ ,. 2 

h. „ ,t 3 
i. „ M 4 
j. York (part) 

130. Y ork, North -Nord 



Aurora, Town — Ville 

6. Bradford, Village 

Genrgina & Georgina Island 

d. Gwillimbury, East — Est ' 

e. Gwillimbury, North — Nord & Snake Island. 

/. Gwillimbury, West — Quest 

g. Holland Landing, Village 

h. King . 

Sutton, Village 



131. York, West-Ouest. 



Area 
in acres. 

Ruperficie 
en acres. 



Etobicoke 

North Toronto (part). Town— Ville. . . 

Richmond Hill, Village 

Ward — Quartier 3 (part Toronto city). 

M 4 M 

II 11 5 II 

II II 6 II 

Toronto Jimotion, Town — Ville 

Vaughan 

Weston, Villaee 

Woodbridge, Village 

York, (part) 



Prince Ednrard Island 



132. Kings 

a. Georgetown. Town & Royalty . 
Township 38 



40. 
41. 
42. 
43. 



241,990 

14,149 
27,730 
34,667 

550 
37,125 
33,890 
23,979 
18,457 
20,172 

500 
30,448 

323 

144,846 

500 

71,097 

478 

1,250 

41,292 

2,04" 

630 

241 

117 

27,194 

261,186 

1,100 

1,700 

35,851 

57,996 

32,177 

49,321 

1,934 

80,622 

485 

144,745 

30,774 

1,250 

565 

22 

385 

354 

2,464 

1,608 

68,380 

500 

500 

37,943 

1,397,991 

347,595 

2,400 
19,660 
20,992 
20,070 
17,715 
19,4.56 
18,.329 



Houses. 
Demeures, 



5,163 

529 
298 
408 
733 
519 
623 
345 
299 
326 
231 
697 
155 

8,273 

308 

1,187 

214 

256 

820 

2,118 

600 

1,426 

356 

988 



375 
232 
381 
777 
393 
506 
97 
1,130 
143 

10,612 

779 

144 

163 

24 

677 

902 

4,091 

1,292 

944 

256 

153 

1,187 

18,530 

3,702 

213 
103 
1S6 
278 
100 
115 
123 



Families. 
Families. 



5,235 

634 
299 
421 
733 
526 
629 
346 
310 
337 
231 
713 
156 

8,413 

312 

1,192 
216 
261 
824 

2,161 
608 

1,472 
357 

1,010 

4,061 

384 
235 
385 
780 
390 
509 
97 
1,132 
143 

10,847 

794 

144 

163 

24 

692 

913 

4,202 

1,345 

951 

258 

153 

1,208 

18,746 

3,756 

228 
164 
187 
278 
100 
115 
123 



Popula- 
tion. 



24,432 

3,620 
1,403 
1,784 
3,173 
2,522 
2,822 
1,585 
1,312 
1,379 
1,001 
3,209 
.622 

40,405 

1,664 
5,378 
967 
1,177 
3,845 
10,465 
3,138 
7.063 
1,775 
5,033 

18,778 

1,590 

984 

1,808 

3,570 

1,827 

2,342 

446 

5,565 

646 

53,741 

4,413 

675 

629 

123 

3,744 

4,338 

21,296 

6,091 

4,586 

1,083 

604 

6,159 

103,259 

19,826 

1,123 
845 
1,036 
1,509 
502 
5!57 
649 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



89 



Male. 
Homme. 



Female. 
Femme. 



12,222 

1,763 

720 

909 

1,487 

1,311 

1,419 

832 

659 

697 

502 

1,630 

293 

19,619 

760 
2,738 

471 

554 
2,021 
5.135 
1,319 
3,313 

739 
2,569 

9,592 

734 
466 
945 

1,833 
958 

1,199 
240 

2,906 
311 

26,148 

2,302 

346 

291 

53 

1,518 

2,163 

10,093 

3,056 

2,369 

536 

285 

3,136 

.51,959 

10,161 

584 
431 
656 
797 
263 
299 
332 



Single. 
Non-maries. 



M. H. 



12,210 

1,85' 

683 

875 

1,686 

1,211 

1,403 

753 

653 

682 

499 

1,579 

329 

20,786 

804 
2,640 
496 
623 
1,824 
5,330 
1,819 
3,750 
1,036 
2,464 

9,186 

856 
518 
863 

1,737 
869 

1,143 
200 

2,659 
335 

27,593 

2,111 

329 

338 

70 

2,226 

2,175 

11,203 

3,0,35 

2,217 

547 

319 

3,023 

51,300 

9,665 

539 
414 
480 
712 
2.39 
258 
317 



7,241 

1,071 
438 
533 
887 
808 
841 
489 
373 
402 
272 
951 
176 

11,818 

461 
1,641 

280 

320 
1,29; 
3,061 

757 
1,944 

433 
1,628 

5,854 

410 
270 
571 

1,104 
584 
747 
152 

1,824 
192 

15,947 

1,497 

201 

159 

34 

885 

1,313 

6,054 

1,777 

1,516 

316 

164 

2,031 

34,860 

6,944 

395 
294 
394 
547 
180 
226 
216 



Married. 
Maries. 



6,826 

1,041 
395 
460 

1,003 
689 
805 
400 
349 
353 
272 
874 
185 

12,094 

461 
1,449 

282 

365 
1,050 
3,067 
1,156 
2,146 

6,52 
1,466 

5,214 

466 
304 
438 
940 
466 
688 
115 
1,553 
194 

16,312 

1,184 

192 

176 

44 

1,487 

1,229 

6,753 

1,644 

1,299 

307 

182 

1,815 

32,389 

6,091 

337 
258 
302 
443 
148 
167 
193 



4,694 

662 
255 
350 
538 
458 
532 
314 
267 
264 
219 
628 
107 

7,304 

284 

1,013 

179 

223 

652 

1,983 

537 

1,259 

294 

880 

3,413 

303 
170 
341 
093 
348 
403 
79 
966 
110 

9,599 

750 

128 

123 

19 

602 

803 

3,801 

1,224 

785 

200 

109 

1,055 

15,647 

2,895 

165 
119 
144 
228 
78 
68 
105 



Widowed. 
En veuvage. 



4,642 

746 
254 
349 
543 
460 
514 
314 
269 
268 
190 
625 
110 

7,384 

290 

1,016 

181 

222 

655 

1,993 

555 

1,299 

301 

872 

3,367 

299 
171 
337 
* 686 
353 
388 
77 
942 
115 

9,655 

802 

116 

129 

21 

632 

816 

3,802 

1,209 

781 

195 

107 

1,045 

15,651 

2,878 

164 
120 
147 
226 
76 
66 
.105 



F. 



386 

29 
27 
26 
62 
45 
46 
29 
19 
31 
11 
51 
10 

495 

15 
84 
12 
11 
76 
90 
25 
110 
12 
60 

325 

21 
26 
33 
36 
26 
49 

9 
116 

9 

600 

55 

17 

9 

■■ 31 

4: 

236 
55 
68 
20 
12 
50 

1,447 

322 

24 
18 
18 
22 
5 
6 
11 



Divorced. 
Divorcfe. 



742 

70 
34 
66 
140 
62 
84 
39 
35 
61 
37 
80 
34 

1,306 

63 
175 

33 

36 
118 
269 
108 
305 

83 
126 

605 

91 
43 
38 

112 
50 
67 
14 

164 
26 

1,623 

125 

21 

33 

5 

107 

130 

645 

182 

137 

45 

30 

163 

3,251 

695 

37 
36 
31 
43 
15 
25 
19 



N° 



1 


44 




45 




46 




47 




48 




49 




50 



90 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



3- 
k. 
I. 

VI, 

n. 
o. 
P- 
9- 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Township 44 . . 
45.. 
46.. 
47.. 
51.. 
52.. 
53.. 
54.. 
55.. 
56. 
69. 
66.. 



133. Prince, East— Est.. 



Summerside . . 
Township 15. 

17. 

18. 

19. 
, 25. 

26. 

27. 

28. 

29. 

30. 

67. 



134. Prince, "West— Quest. 



Township 1. 
2. 
3. 

4.. 
5. 
6. 

7., 



9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
16. 



135. Queens, Bast— Est 



Township 24. 
33. 

34. 
,1 35. 

36. 
„ 37. 

48. 

49. 

50. 

57. 

58. 

60. 

62. 

61. 

63. 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



17,305 
21,196 
20,377 
21,196 
18,040 
19,960 
22,585 
19,558 
22,323 
21,913 
18,720 
5,800 

245,205 

.. 0) 
23,040 
23,142 
22,630 
20,684 
18,432 
23,654 
21,299 
23,040 
21,520 
21,960 
25,804 

322,144 

24,985 
22,220 
23,347 
26,316 
19,558 
19,148 
19,456 
21,708 
19,251 
18,841 
23,040 
18,022 
22,528 
23,449 
20,275 

337,624 

24,268 
24,641 
22,425 
19,251 
20,480 
23,756 
18,944 
23,859 
18,880 
20,960 
18,880 
19,240 
19,280 
18,240 
24,240 
20,280 



Houses. 
Demenres. 



261 
370 
197 
200 
173 
199 
237 
157 
216 
161 
300 
63 

3,592 

668 
383 
270 
287 
312 
168 
238 
238 
325 
326 
226 
251 

3,328 

443 
335 
236 
397 
194 
234 
175 
170 
139 
91 
119 
160 
200 
237 
198 

3,918 

396 
213 
225 
204 
202 
225 
232 
245 
242 
330 
189 
167 
164 
243 
275 
366 



Families. 
Families. 



884 
197 
200 
176 
203 
242 
163 
220 
161 
300 
63 

3,620 

671 
386 
270 
290 
315 
168 
238 
240 
335 
329 
226 



3,330 

443 
336 
2! 
3!_ 
194 
234 
175 
170 
139 
91 
119 
160 
200 
239 
198 

3,963 

400 
214 
226 
204 
206 
231 
234 
246 
249 
330 
190 
171 
164 
249 
283 
366 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,302 
1,995 
1,018 

988 
1,007 
3,0.55 
1,395 

828 
1,190 

8S-5 
1,604 



19,994 

2,876 
2,516 
1,589 
1,610 
1,687 
945 
1,202 
1,281 
1,620 
1,787 
1,357 
1,626 

20,076 

2,822 

2,160 

1,439 

2,365 

1,263 

1,322 

960 

896 

787 

489 

673 

917 

1,222 

1,488 

1,282 

21,428 

2,362 
1,120 
1,163 
1,124 
1,173 
1,186 
1,237 
1,399 
1,331 
1,778 
964 
830 
882 
1,402 
1,581 
1,916 



^ Area of Summerside included in township 17- 
township 17. 



-La superficie de Summerside est comprise dans le 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, •Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



91 







Single. 


Married. | 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 




- 


_ 


- 




— 


— 








Non-mari^s. 


Marias. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N»' 


Homme. 


Femme. 
























M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 




648 


654 


403 


392 


224 


226 


21 


36 




.. 


1 


963 


1,032 


656 


659 


287 


287 


20 


86 








2 


539 


479 


393 


313 


123 


125 


23 


41 








3 


499 


489 


336 


310 


139 


136 


24 


43 








4 


540 


467 


387 


290 


133 


133 


20 


44 








5 


548 


507 


366 


317 


162 


154 


20 


36 








6 


721 


674 


505 


439 


195 


190 


21 


45 








< 


451 


377 


311 


216 


128 


126 


12 


35 








8 


610 


580 


423 


377 


168 


165 


19 


38 








9 


433 


462 


289 


307 


136 


137 


8 


18 








10 


793 


811 


521 


505 


245 


248 


27 


68 








11 


154 


174 


102 


118 


4S 


47 


4 


9 








12 


10,032 


9,962 


6,607 


6,250 


3,159 


3,159 


264 


551 


2 


2 




1,340 


1,535 


815 


963 


500 


505 


24 


67 


1 




13 


1,254 


1,262 


842 


814 


388 


388 


24 


60 






14 


770 


819 


511 


524 


236 


240 


22 


55 


" 1 ■■ . 


15 


832 


778 


562 


498 


235 


230 


35 


49 




1 


16 


866 


821 


575 


502 


275 


272 


16 


47 






17 


478 


467 


322 


298 


145 


146 


11 


23 






18 


604 


598 


387 


368 


203 


198 


14 


32 






19 


675 


606 


446 


370 


212 


206 


17 


30 






20 


826 


794 


493 


435 


312 


313 


21 


46 






21 


894 


893 


595 


562 


259 


266 


40 


65 






22 


705 


652 


503 


435 


180 


181 


22 


36 






23 


788 


737 


556 


481 


214 


214 


18 


41 




1 


24 


10,200 


9,875 


6,919 


6,325 


3,054 


3,081 


225 


467 


2 


2 




1,393 

1,093 

749 


1,429 

1,067 

690 


917 
730 
523 


932 
666 
441 


440 
342 
205 


441 
349 
208 


» 21 
21 


55 
52 
41 




1 


25 
26 
27 


1,179 
633 


1,176 
630 


805 
445 


765 
413 


361 
183 


358 
186 


22 
5 


52 
31 


1 


1 


28 
29 


656 


666 


436 


426 


211 


210 


9 


30 






30 


502 


458 


336 


288 


152 


150 


14 


20 






31 


466 


430 


315 


272 


140 


139 


11 


19 






32 


400 


387 


272 


255 


120 


119 


8 


13 






33 
34 
35 
36 


256 


233 


173 


141 


76 


80 


7 


12 






346 


327 


233 


205 


102 


103 


11 


19 






479 


438 


312 


262 


157 


157 


9 


19 


1 




629 


593 


433 


376 


180 


184 


16 


33 






37 
38 
39 


754 
665 


734 
617 


531 

458 


479 
404 


208 
187 


211 
186 


15 
20 


44 

27 






10,901 


10,527 


7,363 


6,626 


3,208 


3,209 


328 


689 


] 


3 




1,162 
563 
601 
591 
624 
584 
640 
718 
692 
882 
488 
412 
436 
720 
799 
989 


1,200 
557 
552 
533 
549 
602 
597 
681 
639 
896 
466 
418 
446 
682 
782 
927 


793 
362 
408 
415 
443 
386 
432 
480 
483 
612 
329 
274 
296 
491 
534 
625 


784 
336 
.341 
340 
364 
392 
370 
426 
410 
583 
282 
251 
285 
440 
503 
519 


337 
185 
180 
164 
159 
169 
193 
211 
182 
237 
142 
127 
122 
210 
248 
343 


340 
186 
174 
157 
158 
167 
192 
216 
180 
235 
142 
126 
121 
212 
245 
359 


32 
16 
13 
12 
22 
29 
15 
27 
27 
32 
17 
11 
18 
19 
17 
21 


76 
36 
37 
36 
27 
43 
35 
39 
49 
78 
42 
40 
40 
29 
33 
49 


1 


1 

1 

1 


40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 



92 CENSUS OP CANADA, 1901. 

Table VII. Areas, Houses, Families,' Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



136. Queens, West— Quest 

a. Charlottetown, City & Royalty . 

6. Township 20 

21 



d. 



h. 



22. 
23. 
31. 
32. 
65. 



Quebec 

137. Argenteuil . 



Arundel 

Carillon, Village.. 

Chatham 

Go 



Grenville 

Granville, Village 

Harrington & Montcalm . 

Howard 

Lachute, Town — Ville. . 

Mille lies 

Morin 

St. Andrews 

St. Jerusalem 

Wentworth 



Area 
in acres. 

Snperficie 
en acres. 



138. Bagot . 



Acton, Town — Ville 

St. Andre 

Ste. Christine 

St. Dominique 

St. Ephrem d'Upton 

St. Ephrem d'Upton, Village.. 

Ste. Hel^ne 

St. Hughes ' 

St. Liboire 

St. Marcel 

St. Nazaire (part) 

Ste. Rosalie 

St. Simon 

St. Theodore d'Acton 



139. Beauoe. 



Adstock 

Agnes, Village 

Ditohfield &Spaulding. 

Saints Anges 

St. Benolt-Labre 

St. C5me de Kennebec. . 

St. Elz^ar 

St. Ephrem de Tring... 

St. Ephrem, Village 

St. Evariste de Forsyth. 

St. Francois 

St. Frederic 

St. Frederic, Village... 

St. George 

St. Honor^ 



145,423 

7,000 
19,251 
19,046 
22,118 
21,606 
22,937 
17,305 
16,160 

218,723,687 

501,355 

32,335 
1,170 
66,686 
23,878 
83,782 

592 

101,801 

36,400 

600 
16,408 
13,551 

53,266 

70,886 

213,088 

1,385 
17,988 
14,253 
20,294 
14,068 
799 
16,609 
22,752 
18,247 
18,020 

9,011 
19,578 
14,969 
25,115 

1,210,2661 

50,044 
1,463 
82,025 
20,992 
29,900 
E0,600 
22,323 
36,820 
44 
44,047 
63,707 

30,106 

44,660 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



3,9 

2,229 
215 
289 
221 
298 
260 
207 
271 

291,427 

3,007 

184 

50 

627 

93 

427 

105 

183 

105 

403 

81 

85 

300 

201 

157 

3,127 

222 
154 
116 
313 
177 
156 
246 
371 
335 
178 
122 
199 
278 
260 

7,377 

170 
55 
183 
154 
183 
234 
192 
399 
71 

348 
760 
158 
129 
580 
314 



Families. 
Families. 



4,077 

2,296 
219 
294 
227 
300 
263 
207 
271 

307,304 

3,052 

188 

51 

627 

93 

433 

105 

186 

105 

403 

82 

85 

315 

219 

160 

3,285 

233 
173 
127 
320 
191 
164 
248 
332 
336 
200 
153 
207 
278 
273 

7,638 

176 
55 
191 
154 
188 
239 
196 
427 
81 
390 
826 
158 
129 
581 
328 



Popula- 
tion. 



21,936 

12,080 
1,231 
1,532 
1,226 
1,742 
1,434 
1,059 
1,632 

1,648,898 

16,407 

1,323 

233 
3,327 

447 
2,404 

495 
1,097 • 

551 
2.022 

451 

484 
1,540 

969 
1,064 

16,291 

1,175 

827 

627 

1,552 

1,035 

671 

1,263 

1,799 

1,739 

942 

708 

1,115 

1,385 

1,453 

43,129 

988 

288 
1,017 

954 
1,005 
1,339 
1,235 
2,444 

380 
2,030 
4,535 
1,019 

793 
3,287 
1,844 



' Including all unoccupied and unorganized territory in the district- 
inoccup^ et non-organise dans le district. 



Comprenant tout le territoire 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 93 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 





■ 


Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


_ 


- 


— 


— 


— 






Femme. 


Non-mari&. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 

1 


Divorces. 


No 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


C. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


F. 




10,665 


11,271 


7,027 


7,097 


3,330 


3,324 


308 


849 




1 




5,681 


6,399 


3,673 


4,018 


1,837 


1,845 


171 


535 




1 


1 


603 


628 


396 


.399 


191 


193 


16 


36 






2 


761 


771 


492 


476 


238 


237 


31 


58 






3 


635 


591 


452 


396 


164 


157 


19 


38 






4 


880 


862 


590 


552 


268 


263 


22 


47 






5 


729 


705 


481 


428 


232 


234 


16 


43 






6 


524 


535 


339 


332 


178 


174 


7 


29 






7 


852 


780 


604 


496 


222 


221 


26 


63 






8 


824,454 


824,444 


524,658 


509,514 


277,477 


273,387 


22,288 


41,516 


31 


27 




8,452 


7,955 


5,605 


4,957 


2,625 


2,621 


222 


375 




2 




795 


528 


614 


338 


171 


171 


10 


19 






9 


114 


119 


73 


68 


41 


43 




8 






10 


1,679 


1,648 


1,094 


1,040 


535 


523 


" 50 


85 






11 


227 


220 


143 


131 


77 


77 


7 


12 






12 


1,223 


1,181 


791 


730 


397 


397 


35 


53 




1 


13 


236 


259 


142 


151 


90 


92 


4 


16 






14 


549 


548 


370 


357 


164 


175 


15 


16 






15 


298 


253 


190 


153 


100 


96 


8 


4 






16 


952 


1,070 


579 


656 


352 


362 


21 


52 






17 


244 


207 


167 


131 


67 


67 


10 


9 






18 


250 


234 


160 


139 


84 


83 


6 


12 






19 


743 


797 


471 


508 


247 


247 


25 


42 






20 


487 


482 


308 


297 


159 


155 


20 


30 






21 


655 


409 


503 


258 


141 


133 


11 


17 




1 


22 


8,134 


8,157 


5,010 


4,984 


2,873 


2,836 


251 


336 




1 




570 


605 


349 


.S70 


201 


202 


20 


33 






23 


417 


410 


258 


255 


149 


146 


10 


9 






24 


337 


290 


216 


187 


115 


95 


6 


8 






25 


752 


800 


442 


474 


283 


287 


27 


39 






26 


536 


499 


348 


314 


177 


174 


11 


11 






27 


332 


339 


185 


181 


139 


140 


8 


18 






28 


625 


638 


382 


394 


227 


221 


16 


23 






29 


893 


906 


538 


549 


308 


303 


47 


54 






30 


84S 


890 


515 


550 


311 


311 


23 


29 






31 


486 


456 


304 


269 


169 


170 


13 


16 




1 


32 


372 


3.36 


229 


187 


136 


137 


7 


12 






33 


565 


550 


371 


346 


179 


181 


15 


23 






34 


681 


704 


414 


450 


234 


230 


33 


24 






35 


719 


734 


459 


458 


245 


239 


15 


37 






36 


21,966 


21,163 


14,385 


13,465 


7,073 


6,961 


507 


737 


1 






499 
148 
541 
474 
529 
694 
621 

1,263 
188 

1,061 

2,355 
525 
388 

1.628 
951 


489 
140 
476 
480 
476 
645 
6M 

1,181 
192 
969 

2,180 
494 
405 

1,659 
893 


317 
96 
358 
299 
357 
453 
418 
852 
114 
706 

1,549 
353 
256 

1,079 
620 


305 
83 
293 
300 
301 
407 
398 
764 
121 
621 

1,349 
315 
274 

1,079 
567 


177 
52 
174 
167 
166 
221 
196 
389 
68 
327 
743 
164 
120 
512 
305 


174 
53 
173 
162 
163 
213 
195 
392 
67 
321 
737 
164 
119 
517 
297 


5 

8 

8 

6 

20 

7 

22 

6 

28 

63 

8 

12 

37 

26 


10 
4 
10 
18 
12 
25 
21' 
25 
4 
27 
94 
15 
12 
63 
29 


1 




37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 



94 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 



25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 



51 
52 
53 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



r. St. Joseph 

•. St. Joseph, Village 

. & d. St. Ludger, (iayhurst & Risborough. 
t. Ste. Marie 

St. Martin 

St. Maxima de Scott 

St. Pierre de Broughton 

St. Samuel de Gayhurst 

y. St. Sebastien d'Aylmer 

St. Severin 

St. Theophile 

St. Victor de Tring 

St. Vital de Lambton 

d'. Saore-Coeur de Jesus 

Shenley, Jersey, Dorset & Marlow 

/^. Wobum & Louise 



140. Beauharnois. 



a. Beauharnois, Town— Ville 

6. Ste. C^cile , 

0. St. Clement 

d. St. Etienne 

e. St. Louis de Gonzague 

f. St. Stanislas de Kostka 

g. St. Timothee 

ft. Salaberry de Valleyfield, Town— Ville. 

141. Bellechasse 



Notre-Dame de Buckland 

St. Cajetan d'Armagh 

St. Charles 

St. Damien 

St. Etienne de Beaumont 

St. Gervais 

St. Lazare 

St. Marfoire (Rioux, Bellechasse, Daaquam). 

St. Michel 

St. Neree 

Ste. Philom&ne de Maillonx 

St. Raphael 

St. Valier 



142. Berthier . 



-ViUe. 



a. Berthier . . 

b. Berthier, Town- 

c. Lanoraie 

d. St. Barthelemy 

c. St. Cuthbert 

/. St. Damien 

g. St. Gabriel de Brandon 

h. St. Gabriel de Brandon, Village. . 

i. St. Ignace 

j. St. Michel des Saints (Brassard) . 

*. St. Worbert 

I. St. Z^non 

m. Visitation (lie Dupas) 



143. Bonaventure. 



a. Carleton . . 
I. Hamilton. 
0. Hope 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



48,041 

' 24,473 

2,560 
14,131 



14,439 
43,740 
32,460 
55,208 
30,925 
196,505 
60,724 

94,105 

515 
12,411 
16,006 
10,889 
23,378 
12,118 
18,057 

731 

417,690 

24,953 
53,052 
22,174 
15,006 
15,620 
26,940 
26,428 
117,312 
15,928 
16,542 
37,795 
32,982 
12,958 

1,387,1021 

19,047 

177 

32,186 

26,364 

32,626 

26,145 

36,961 

608 

7,690 

83,047 

13,731 

157,086 

5,492 

2,216,550^ 

38,195 
63,386 
22,528 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



346 
221 

86 
460 
176 
146 
174 
219 
181 
123 

97 
391 
338 
332 

97 

53 

3,774 

342 
223 
271 
155 
376 
195 
307 
1,905 

3,294 

182 
276 
337 
192 
140 
353 
260 
232 
307 
205 
156 
405 
249 

3,233 

302 
264 
320 
442 
510 
202 
334 
227 
147 
112 
217 
90 
66 

3,775 

150 
373 

387 



Families. 
Families. 



350 
221 

86 
464 
176 
147 
174 
237 
200 
123 

99 
403 
339 
335 
105 

60 

3,975 

371 
233 
292 
157 
393 
207 
309 
2,013 

3,436 

188 
284 
362 
192 
140 
353 1 
278 
252 
331 
205 
169 
426 
256 

3,610 

325 
289 
334 
485 
573 
215 
377 
258 
184 
131 
266 
95 
78 

3,946 

151 
412 
412 



Popula- 
tion. 



2,180 

1,117 

377 

2,539 

959 

756 

853 

1,366 

1,204 

706 

526 

2,471 

2,075 

1,946 

544 

352 

21,732 

1,976 
1,370 
1,549 
873 
2,039 
1,076 
1,794 
11,055 

18,706 

1,069 
1,741 
2,085 
1,174 

716 
1,936 
1,287 
1,367 
1,722 
1,183 

968 
2,066 
1,392 

18,982 

1,863 

1,364 

1,706 

2,562 

.3,055 

1,194 

2,164 

1,199 

935 

700 

1,292 

510 

448 

24,495 

1,061 
2,862 
2,411 



1 Including all unoccupied and unorganized territory in the district — Comprenant tout le territoire 
inoccup^ et non-organise dans le district. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 



95 



Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Eamilles 


, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 








Sinpfle. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 




- 


— 




- 


_ 


t 


— 


Femme. 


Non-maries. 


Marife. 


En veuvage. 


Divorcra. 


N* 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. It. 


F. 


M. H. 


p. 




1,116 


1,064 


715 


682 


353 


343 


48 


39 






1 


527 


590 


329 


383 


173 


169 


25 


38 






2 


196 


181 


133 


113 


63 


63 




5 






3 


1,206 


1,333 


740 


862 


42C 


422 


■■ 46 


49 






4 


497 


462 


340 


293 


150 


150 


7 


19 






5 


392 


364 


255 


221 


127 


123 


10 


20 






6 


431 


422 


266 


259 


159 


148 


6 


15 






7 


723 


643 


485 


397 


225 


227 


13 


19 






8 


613 


591 


418 


395 


180 


180 


15 


16 






9 


364 


342 


233 


219 


127 


114 


4 


9 






10 


276 


250 


178 


151 


88 


85 


10 


14 






11 


1,246 


1,225 


794 


774 


430 


407 


22 


44 






12 


1,038 


1,037 


692 


678 


325 


320 


21 


39 






13 


993 


953 


652 


607 


318 


312 


23 


34 






14 


298 


246 


198 


145 


99 


98 


1 


3 






15 


185 


167 


130 


109 


55 


53 




5 






16 


10,869 


10,863 


7,023 


6,811 


3,624 


3,584 


222 


468 








955 


1,021 


600 


637 


329 


327 


26 


57 






17 


711 


659 


476 


422 


222 


220 


13 


17 






18 


775 


774 


497 


489 


261 


253 


17 


32 






19 


431 


442 


278 


291 


133 


134 


20 


17 






20 


1,0.32 


1,007 


686 


636 


326 


320 


20 


61 






21 


568 


508 


364 


293 


194 


190 


10 


25 






22 


915 


879 


602 


561 


300 


288 


13 


30 






23 


5,482 


6,573 


3,520 


3,482 


1,85S 


1,852 


103 


239 






24 


9,412 


9,294 


6,079 


5,855 


3,089 


3,075 


244 


364 








573 


496 


391 


318 


171 


165 


11 


13 






25 


883 


858 


586 


551 


280 


278 


17 


29 


, , 




26 


1,032 


1,053 


665 


679 


329 


332 


38 


42 






27 


565 


609 


375 


415 


176 


174 


14 


20 






28 


358 


358 


227 


213 


121 


121 


10 


24 






29 


961 


975 


623 


611 


316 


318 


22 


46 






.SO 


619 


668 


370 


399 


238 


241 


11 


28 






31 


744 


623 


510 


388 


221 


218 


13 


17 






32 


822 


900 


531 


585 


263 


266 


28 


49 






33 


fil9 


564 


408 


353 


202 


198 


9 


13 






34 


494 


474 


317 


297 


165 


168 


12 


9 






35 


1,064 


1,002 


640 


586 


387 


376 


37 


40 






.36 


678 


714 


436 


460 


220 


220 


22 


34 






37 


9,489 


9,493 


5,978 


5,888 


3,218 


3,202 


293 


403 








899 


964 


574 


616 


297 


298 


28 


50 






38 


679 


685 


410 


397 


242 


240 


27 


48 






39 


831 


875 


489 


526 


305 


302 


37 


47 






40 


1,286 


1,276 


825 


806 


427 


426 


34 


44 






41 


1,543 
608 


1,512 


986 


938 


611 


503 


46 


71 






42 


586 


399 


377 


188 


189 


21 


20 






43 


1,164 


1,050 


735 


667 


347 


349 


22 


34 






44 


567 


632 


340 


399 


210 


208 


17 


25 






45 


478 


457 


. 288 


268 


173 


172 


17 


17 






46 


355 


345 


220 


213 


127 


128 


8 


4 






47 


638 


654 


394 


395 


227 


228 


17 


31 






48 


276 


234 


179 


144 


91 


87 


6 


3 






49 


225 


223 


139 


142 


73 


72 


13 


9 






50 


12,465 


12,030 


8,555 


7,868 


3,653 


3,620 


267 


542 








546 


515 


391 


345 


141 


138 


14 


32 






51 


1,495 
1,237 


1,367 
1,174 


1,060 
828 


914 
754 


388 
379 


386 
376 


47 
30 


67 
44 






52 
53 



96 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 



42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 



Distiicts & S.-Districts. 



d. Mann & Ind. Reserve 

e. Maria 

/. Matapedia 

g. New Carlisle 

h. New Richmond 

i. Nouvelle & Shoolbred.. 

j. Paspebiac 

k. Port Daniel 

(. Restigouche 

m. St. Charles de Caplan . 

144. Brome 



a. Bolton, East— Est 
6. Bolton, West— Quest. 

c. Brome 

d. Brome, Village 

e. Eastman, Village .... 
/. Earnham, East— Est . 
g. Knowlton, Village . . . 

h. Potton 

i, St. Alphonse 

j. Sutton 

k. Sutton, Village 



145. Ohambly & Vercheres . 



Boucherville 

Bouoherville, Village 

Chambly 

Chambly Basin, Village.. 
Chambly Canton, Village. 

Longueuil 

Loiigueuil, Town— Ville. 

St. Bazile le Grand 

St. Bruno 

St. Hubert 

St. Lambert 

Beloeil 

Contrecoeur 

St. Antoine 

Ste. Julie 

St. Marc 

Ste. Theodosie 

Varennes 

Varennes, Village ..... 
Vercheres 



146. Ohamplain 



Cap de la Magdeleine 

Fermont, Village 

Grarid'Mere, Village 

La Visitation 

Notre-Dame du Mont Camiel. . . 

/. St. Adelphe 

q. Ste. Anne de la Parade 

'h. Ste. Flore 

St. Frangois-Xavier de Batiscan . 

j, Ste. Genevieve 

k. St. Jacques des Piles 

I. St. Jean des Piles 

m. St. Luc 

n. St. Maurice 

0. St. Narcisse 

p. St. Prosper 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



82,330 
47,207 
78,336 
33,997 
60,109 
97,075 
56,013 
86,630 
75,264 
49,767 

312,422 

53,627 
24,576 

62,800 

3,000 
32,768 

2,428 
64,000 

2,253 

66,220 

750 

215,680 

17,719 

202 

21,031 

990 

300 

10,976 

640 

8,704 

9,934 

16,999 

697 

18,893 

17,664 

12,544 

17,971 

15,821 

14,592 

15,713 

108 

14,182 

6,389,600 

12,679 
20 
838 
14,643 
42,496 
49,255 
20,378 
36,352 
12,288 
19,559 
50,790 
18,023 
12,800 
37,049 
19,149 
13,517 



Houses. 



Demeures, 



177 
340 
304 
178 
382 
355 
273 
407 
147 
302 

2,786 

305 
170 
460 
119 
116 
351 
158 
404 
15 
534 
154 

4,453 

166 
200 
162 
159 
179 
248 
534 
117 
181 
153 
247 
307 
286 
260 
249 
184 
94 
250 
147 
331 

6,816 

262 
86 
304 
266 
267 
186 
458 
536 
193 
300 
122 
101 
107 
357 
314 
210 



Families. 
Families. 



192 
351 
304 
190 
384 
360 
309 
410 
147 
324 

2,847 

314 
175 
464 
126 
122 
356 
158 
416 
16 
546 
155 

4,601 

178 
207 
166 
164 
187 
248 
560 
118 
184 
153 
258 
330 
301 
269 
260 
184 
94 
250 
148 
.342 

6,309 

276 
86 
489 
255 
288 
136 
514 
580 
193 
306 
135 
104 
113 
366 
341 
219 



Popula 
tion. 



931 
2,460 
1,799 
1,027 
2,318 
2,446 
1,759 
2,509 

922 
1,990 

13,397 

1,509 
770 

2,200 
555 
630 

1,788 
760 

1,978 
94 

2,422 
691 

24,318 

976 

940 

929 

849 

957 

1,406 

2,835 

690 

872 

963 

1,362 

1,661 

1,611 

1,485 

1,354 

968 

532 

1,464 

775 

1,689 

36,159 

1,464 

439 

2,511 

1,539 

1,722 

750 

2,550 

3,144 

1,173 

1,814 

626 

554 

660 

2,210 

2,015 

l,33t 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901, 
Tabliau VII. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



97 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


_ 


- 


— 




- 


— 






Femme. 


Non-mariea. 


Marife. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N" 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 




479 


452 


319 


265 


145 


141 


15 


46 






1 


1,241 


1,219 


885 


833 


336 


339 


20 


47 






2 


938 


861 


623 


552 


297 


283 


18 


26 






3 


515 


512 


341 


320 


166 


174 


8 


18 






4 


1,134 


1,184 


773 


781 


338 


334 


23 


69 






5 


1,224 


1,222 


860 


831 


346 


345 


18 


46 






6 


886 


873 


587 


550 


287 


279 


12 


44 






7 


1,262 


1,247 


853 


818 


383 


378 


26 


51 






8 


502 


420 


357 


275 


130 


130 


15 


15 






9 


1,006 


984 


678 


630 


317 


317 


11 


37 






10 


6,974 


6,423 


4,016 


3,325 


2,708 


2,682 


250 


415 




1 




827 


682 


507 


363 


300 


289 


20 


30 






11 


403 


367 


211 


161 


179 


183 


13 


23 






12 


1,162 


1,038 


669 


526 


448 


450 


45 


62 






13 


293 


262 


176 


139 


106 


108 


11 


15 






14 


330 


300 


207 


170 


111 


113 


12 


17 






15 


940 


848 


568 


458 


341 


328 


31 


62 






16 


347 


413 


206 


240 


133 


137 


8 


36 






17 


1,049 


929 


591 


466 


413 


406 


45 


56 




1 


18 


51 


43 


33 


27 


15 


14 


3 


2 






19 


1,238 


1,184 


669 


594 


517 


510 


52 


80 






20 


334 


357 


179 


181 


145 


144 


10 


32 






21 


11,991 


12,327 


7,613 


7,740 


3,963 


3,940 


415 


647 








492 


484 


317 


314 


153 


156 


22 


14 






22 


432 


508 


257 


318 


150 


150 


25 


40 






23 


495 


434 


335 


271 


144 


143 


16 


20 






24 


432 


417 


277 


260 


137 


135 


18 


22 






25 


462 


495 


280 


295 


173 


170 


9 


30 






26 


725 


681 


483 


434 


220 


217 


22 


30 






27 


1,310 


1,525 


792 


938 


489 


486 


29 


101 






28 


367 


323 


247 


205 


107 


106 


13 


12 






29 


462 


410 


298 


249 


146 


144 


18 


17 






30 


482 


481 


328 


336 


137 


134 


17 


11 






31 


607 


755 


379 


501 


213 


211 


15 


43 






32 


830 


831 


533 


517 


271 


274 


26 


40 






33 


793 


81S 


486 


487 


286 


285 


21 


46 






34 


725 


760 


453 


489 


239 


233 


33 


38 






35 


700 


654 


446 


399 


232 


229 


22 


26 




. .. 


36 


488 


480 


314 


302 


158 


158 


16 


20 






37 


267 


265 


174 


167 


83 


81 


10 


17 






38 


764 


700 


501 


452 


229 


229 


34 


19 






39 


339 


436 


217 


283 


108 


107 


• 14 


46 






40 


819 


870 


496 


523 


288 


292 


35 


55 






41 


18,063 


17,096 


11,683 


10,610 


5,942 


5,900 


438 


586 








713 


751 


432 


457 


260 


261 


21 


33 






42 


211 


228 


129 


144 


78 


78 


4 


6 






43 


1,380 
755 


1,131 

784 


863 
610 


635 
512 


489 
224 


468 
223 


28 
21 


28 
49 






44 
45 


887 


835 


606 


549 


265 


266 


16 


20 






46 


394 


356 


256 


216 


129 


127 


9 


13 






47 


1,247 


1,303 


772 


795 


430 


431 


45 


77 






48 
49 
50 


1,652 
600 


1,492 
573 


1,066 
402 


911 
366 


554 
179 


554 
179 


32 
19 


27 
28 






932 


882 


606 


542 


302 


297 


24 


43 






51 
52 
53 

54 


325 
277 
347 
1,144 
1,029 
662 


301 
277 
313 


200 
174 
229 


175 
180 
196 


121 

97 

105 


119 

93 

109 


4 

6 

13 


7 
4 
8 






1,066 
986 
672 


754 
646 
438 


683 
607 
448 


346 
353 
206 


345 
349 
206 


44 
30 

18 


38 
30 
18 


'[ 




55 
56 

57 



A— 7 



98 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

'Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
11 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



21 
22 
23 
24 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 

41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
■49 
50 
:51 
52 
53 
J54 
55 
56 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



q. St. Sev^rin 

r. St. Stanislas 

s. Ste. Th^cle 

*. St. TheophUe 

u. St. Tite 

Unorg. ter — Ter. non-organise . 

147. Chaxlevoix 



Baie St. Paul 

Bale St. Paul, Village 

lie aux Coudrea 

Les Eboulements 

Malbaie 

Malbaie, Village 

Petite Riviere St. Franjois . 

Pointe au Pic, Village 

Ste. Agnte 

St. Fidae 

St. Hilarion 

St. Irenee 

St. Simeon 

St. Urbain 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



148. Chateauguay. 



a. Ormstown, Village 

6. St. Antoine, Abbe 

Ste. Clothilde 

d. St. Jean Chrysostdme . . . 

St. Joachim 

/. St. Malachie d'Ormstown . 

Ste. Martine 

h. Ste. Philoiib^ne 

St. Urbain Premier 

Sault St. Louis 

k. Tr^s-St. Sacrement 



149. Chicoutimi <SS Saguenay 

a. Albanel 

6. Bagptville 

c. Bagotville, Village 

S w. Bourget & St. Charles 

Chicoutimi 

Chicoutimi, Town — Ville 

Delisle iSacre-Cceur) 

Dufferin 

Grande Baie, St. Alexis, Otis, Hebert, Ferland & 

Simon 

H^bertville 

. Hebertville, Village 

Ind. Reserve Ouiatchouan 

Kenogami & St. Cyriac ', , . 

. Normandin & Girard , 

dp. N. -D. de Laterri^re & Township 

& e. Roberval & Charlevoix 

Roberval, Village 

Ste. Anne, Village 

St. Bruno 

St. Dominique 

tfc i. St. Felicien, Ashuapmuchuan' & Demeules. . . 

St. Fran9ois de Sales 

. St. Fulgence, St. Germain, Champigny & Labrosse 

. St. Gedeon 

. St. Jean 



23,143 
26,931 
54,784 
22,323 
32,051 
5,870,532 

1,455,034" 

97,102 
1,100 
8,192 

43,725 

62,976 

79,053 
388 
27,443 
50,832 
25,600 
12,083 
50,176 
54,887 

183,091 

250 
11,9W 
20,520 
24,821 
12,431 
82,094 
13,557 
12,225 
21,647 
13,312 
20,315 

87,795,043 

50,381 
29,126 
673 
53,043 
45,607 
1,190 
52,839 
29,799 

290,101 

49,237 

325 

3,687 

75,469 

93,696 

61,338 

120,430 

19!!i 

1,028 

24,269 

29,901 

56,570 

.. C) 

220,262 
10,445 
45,670 



194 
38S 
275 
239 
552 
171 

2,919 

374 
251 
181 
352 
377 
126 
129 
88 
236 
154 
142 
161 
150 
198 

3,097 

199 
93 
169 
435 
286 
359 
309 
196 
205 
439 
407 

7,404 

64 



84 
278 
613 
125 

34 

239 
281 

94 
130 

83 
154 
108 
211 
203 

81 
133 
219 
201 
105 
148 
164 

95 



Families, 
Families. 



200 
403 
294 
251 
576 
178 

3,379 

446 
276 
189 
439 
411 
144 
166 
111 
263 
184 
162 
195 
173 
220 

3,137 

199 
93 
171 
440 
286 
365 
312 
196 
209 
451 
415 

8,269 

64 

86 

92 

99 

307 

688 

166 

40 

' 246 
357 
113 
137 
115 
161 
111 
229 
209 
89 
175 
258 
208 
105 
148 
200 
107 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,183 
2,294 
1,658 
1,.'?21 
3,314 
884 

19,334 

2,519 

1,408 

1,055 

2,369 

2,673 

826 

855 

537 

1,588 

1,150 

1,035 

1,059 

1,039 

1,221 

15,693 

841 
525 
851 
2,207 
1,545 
1,797 
1,626 
1,080 
1,222 
2,110 
1,889 

48,291 

335 
652 
507 
634 
1,970 
3,826 
8S0 
202 

1,628 

2,023 

537 

628 

642 

930 

8!)5 

1,345 

1,248 

516 

1,025 

1,630 

1,386 

646 

981 

1,155 

726 



1 Including all unoccupied and unorganized territory in the district — Comprenant tout le territoire 
Inocoupe et non-organise dans le district. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 



JUL 



99 



.•EPT. OF 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Efcat ci^f^ic. ECOl*. 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 




— 


— 




— 


- 


Non-inariea. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme. 


Femme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


F. 




594 


589 


383 


369 


202 


199 


9 


21 




1 


1,211 


1,083 


807 


661 


376 


376 


28 


46 






2 


814 


844 


515 


541 


283 


283 


16 


20 






3 


696 


625 


440 


366 


243 


242 


13 


17 






4 


1,716 


1,598 


1,135 


1,010 


552 


549 


29 


39 






5 


477 


407 


- 320 


247 


148 


146 


9 


14 






6 


9,768 


9,5G6 


6,366 


5,996 


3,151 


3,123 


251 


447 








1,279 


1,240 


831 


777 


409 


406 


39 


57 






7 


691 


717 


425 


419 


248 


244 


18 


54 






8 


517 


538 


333 


352 


171 


167 


13 


19 






9 


1,200 


1,169 


771 


714 


404 


307 


25 


58 






10 


1,331 


1,342 


874 


854 


418 


419 


39 


69 






11 


410 


416 


262 


258 


131 


130 


17 


28 






12 


413 


442 


252 


277 


154 


158 


7 


7 






13 


289 


248 


179 


138 


105 


97 


5 


13 






14 


799 


789 


527 


521 


251 


241 


21 


27 






15 


614 


536 


429 


347 


171 


171 


14 


18 






16 


546 


489 


389 


318 


147 


150 


10 


21 






17 


521 


538 


324 


334 


178 


180 


19 


24 






18 


538 


601 


365 


315 


158 


1.57 


15 


89 






19 


620 


601 


405 


372 


206 


206 


9 


23 






20 


7,909 


7,784 


4,950 


4,680 


2,699 


2,660 


259 


444 


1 






383 


458 


218 


276 


144 


147 


21 


35 






21 


254 


271 


162 


174 


81 


83 


11 


14 






22 


435 


416 


280 


252 


151 


142 


4 


22 






23 


1,123 


1,084 


732 


671 


374 


364 


17 


49 






24 


787 


758 


511 


466 


243 


244 


33 


48 






25 


948 


849 


618 


605 


308 


298 


22 


46 






26 


790 


836 


489 


508 


277 


279 


23 


49 


1 




27 


546 


534 


344 


338 


174 


174 


28 


22 






28 


619 


603 


408 


394 


195 


194 


16 


15 






29 


1,098 


1,012 


637 


511 


415 


415 


46 


86 






30 


926 


963 


551 


685 


337 


320 


38 


58 






31 


25,343 


22,948 


16,752 


14,325 


8,031 


7,888 


559 


735 


1 






193 


142 


125 


77 


64 


62 


4 


3 






32 


354 


298 


231 


180 


113 


114 


10 


4 






33 


253 


254 


163 


159 


81 


83 


9 


12 




•' -".i 


34 


330 


304 


226 


198 


100 


100 


4 


6 




■ ■ ..:-! 


35 


1,032 


938 


664 


572 


339 


334 


29 


32 






36 


1,940 
464 


1,886 
416 


1,263 
305 


1,197 
262 


622 
146 


609 
146 


55 
13 


80 
8 






37 
38 


113 


89 


79 


53 


M 


34 




2 






39 


844 


784 


568 


495 


254 


256 


22 


33 






40 


1,039 

277 


984 


699 


627 


322 


321 


18 


36 






41 


260 


177 


153 


98 


97 


2 


10 






42 


315 


313 


177 


176 


124 


122 


14 


15 






43 


336 


306 


218 


186 


117 


113 


1 


7 






44 


511 


419 


348 


265 


155 


147 


8 


7 






45 
46 


453 


442 


300 


277 


139 


148 


14 


17 


.. 




728 


617 


506 


396 


212 


207 


10 


14 






47 


614 


634 


391 


409 


212 


212 


11 


13 






48 


272 


244 


176 


145 


90 


90 


6 


9 






49 


547 


478 


385 


317 


155 


153 


7 


8 






50 


860 


770 


568 


464 


277 


276 


15 


30 






51 


705 


681 


463 


436 


232 


231 


10 


14 






52 


361 


285 


233 


177 


117 


103 


11 


5 






53 
54 
55 
56 


532 


449 


368 


291 


150 


148 


14 


10 






586 


569 


403 


380 


179 


179 


4 


10 






379 


347 


259 


224 


110 


111 


10 


12 








2 Area included with St. Prime-Superfioie comprise dans St. Prime. „,„„„,„i 

> A ;_.,i.,j„j ;„ tu„ , — ,„=r,;,orl tom-torv—SuDerfioie* comprise dans le terntoire non-organise. 



100 CENSUS OP CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
20 
27 
28 

2:) 

30 



31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 



54 
55 
5G 

57 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Area 
in .acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



tK 



St. Jer6me 

St. .T&6me, Village 

St. Joseph d'Alma 

•Si bb St. Louis de Metabetchouan & St. Hilaire 

St. Methode 

St. Idicliel de Mistassini, Dolbeau, Racine & 

Dalmas 

St. Prime 

St. Thomas d'Aquin 

Simard 

. Tache 

Taillon 

Tremblay & Falardeau 

Albert (Saer6-Cceur) 

Bergeronnes 

Bersimis 

Bonne Esperance 

(fe e^ Saguenay & Dumas (St. Etienne) 

Escoumains 

Iberville 

He d'Anticosti 

Manikuagan . . . .' 

Mekattina 

Moisie 

Pointe de Monts 

Natashkwan '. 

Pointe aux Esquimaux 

Portneuf & Laval 

Tadoussac 

Tadoussac, Village 

Unorg. territory — Ter. non-organist 



150. Compton 



Auckland 

Bury 

Chesham 

Clifton, East & West— Est & Quest. 

Compton 

Compton, Village 

Cookshire, Town — Villi^ 

Ditton 

Eaton 

Emberton 

Hampden 

Hereford 

Lake Megantio, Village 

Lingwick 

Marsden & Piopolis, Vill.Tge 

Newport 

Ste. Hedwigp 

Sawyerville, Village 

Scottstown, Town-Ville 

Waterville, Village 

Westbury 

Whitton & Ste. Cecile 

Winslow & St. Romain 



151. Deux-Montagnes. 



a. L'Annonciation 

6. St. Augustin, Village. 

St. Eenolt 

d. St. Canut 



22,938 

28,979 
57,549 
58,778 

193,434 
48,333 
98,919 
62,567 
45,671 
50,893 
47,203 
52,634 
80,077 
57,037 
.. (M 

124,724 

75,367 

59,187 

1,988,320 

39,731 

.. n 

81,383 

:: ^\ 

131,892 

29,875 

640 

83,013,628 

920, 986^ 

46,932 

55,225 

50,003 

38,440 

62,152 

3,210 

2,400 

65,875 

63,474 

17,100 

23,232 

65,599 

3,200 

66,420 

68,659 

64,488 

26,416 

2,954 

2,706 

.. {') 

17,193 

76,940 

80,5.50 

178,725 

17,989 
18,200 
17,440 
15,462 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



Families. 
Families. 



Papula 
tion. 



208 


264 


86 


86 


176 


218 


234 


273 


66 


72 


150 


150 


184 


203 


89 


94 


133 


138 


28 


32 


43 


55 


83 


93 


75 


90 


90 


105 


114 


115 


168 


173 


113 


130 


93 


93 


75 


116 


77 


77 


51 


63 


.38 


38 


278 


278 


97 


109 


160 


160 


293 


346 


40 


40 


33 


40 


91 


91 


17 


17 


5,046 


5,191 


156 


159 


342 


342 


135 


144 


292 


310 


378 


394 


93 


93 


1H3 


163 


187 


195 


395 


400 


135 


156 


64 


65 


353 


372 


348 


,349 


145 


147 


250 


267 


228 


233 


108 


118 


101 


101 


139 


139 


126 


126 


373 


377 


278 


283 


257 


258 


2,715 


2,709 


287 


296 


242 


246 


239 


244 


127 


127 



1,579 

498 

1,305 

1,640 

437 

916 

1,230 
536 

1,034 
186 
303 
584 
581 
654 
501 
903 
800 
490 
616 
442 
311 
213 

1,369 
529 
804 

1,818 
247 
259 
511 



26,460 

891 

1,560 

770 

1,481 

1,983 

457 

804 

1,079 

1,796 

799 

390 

1,864 

1,883 

791 

1,407 

1,092 

58.i 

428 

791 

576 

1,976 

1,547 

1,510 

14,438 

1,571 

1,292 

1,317 

651 



^ Area included in the unorganized territory — Superficie comprise dans le territoire non-organist. 
' Area included in Compton township— Superficie comprise dans Compton township. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 101 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Popidation, Sexe, Etat civil. 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. | 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 




- 


— 




— 


. 




-^ 


— 


' Non-marie&. 


Maries. 


En veuva^e. 


Divorces. 


N" 


Ilomine. 


Fenime. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


p. 




834 


745 


575 


482 


243 


245 


16 


18 






1 


239 


259 


152 


163 


83 


84 


4 


12 






2 


693 


612 


479 


406 


200 


193 


14 


13 






3 


904 


736 


597 


474 


286 


242 


21 


20 






4 


233 


204 


166 


132 


65 


65 


2 


7 






5 


499 


417 


331 


259 


J.53 


152 


15 


6 






6 


639 


591 


431 


381 


195 


192 


13 


18 






7 


292 


244 


197 


146 


91 


91 


4 


7 






8 


544 


490 


374 


316 


160 


160 


10 


14 






9 


98 


88 


67 


56 


31 


31 




1 






10 


154 


149 


97 


94 


53 


51 


4 


4 






n 


311 


273 


214 


167 


89 


90 


8 


16 






12 


328 


253 


230 


155 


94 


94 


4 


4 






13 


342 


312 


231 


197 


105 


103 


6 


12 






14 


253 


248 


147 


140 


97 


97 


9 


11 






15 


481 


422 


305 


256 


160 


158 


16 


8 






16 


432 


368 


267 


225 


155 


126 


10 


17 






17 


255 


235 


175 


151 


72 


71 


8 


13 






18 


327 


289 


212 


176 


103 


100 


12 


13 






19 


248 


194 


171 


112 


76 


75 


1 


7 






20 


172 


139 


109 


76 


60 


58 


3 


5 






21 


119 


94 


80 


56 


.35 


35 


4 


3 






22 


722 


647 


457 


372 


249 


248 


15 


27 


1 




23 


271 


258 


168 


147 


102 


101 


1 


10 






24 


405 


399 


249 


231 


146 


147 


10 


21 






25 


957 


861 


607 


512 


320 


320 


30 


29 






26 


132 


115 


90 


77 


38 


35 


4 


3 






27 


140 


119 


96 


75 


39 


40 


5 


4 






28 


256 


255 


171 


162 


78 


78 


7 


15 






29 


25 


23 


12 


13 


11 


10 


2 








30 


13,992 


12,468 


8,877 


7,267 


4,728 


4,628 


385 


.572 


2 


1 




475 


416 


317 


' 260 


151 


149 


7 


7 






31 


846 


714 


535 


389 


286 


287 


25 


38 






32 


415 


355 


279 


218 


127 


124 


9 


13 






33 


791 


690 


472 


380 


290 


279 


29 


31 






34 


1,019 


964 


610 


533 


367 


377 


42 


54 






35 


208 


249 


128 


157 


72 


67 


8 


25 






36 


386 


418 


226 


250 


155 


149 


5 


19 






37 


586 


493 


.390 


309 


176 


164 


20 


20 






38 


957 


839 


554 


410 


369 


365 


34 


64 






39 


45S 


341 


292 


181 


152 


151 


14 


9 






40 


223 


167 


163 


102 


58 


57 


2 


8 






41 


991 


873 


627 


508 


340 


337 


23 


27 


1 


1 


42 


979 


904 


635 


553 


331 


316 


13 


35 






43 


408 


3S3 


276 


239 


121 


118 


11 


26 






44 


731 


676 


489 


436 


222 


213 


20 


27 






45 


590 


502 


362 


260 


208 


207 


20 


35 


•-■ 




46 


322 


263 


208 


'149 


111 


108 


3 


6 






47 


224 


204 


127 


104 


90 


90 


7 


10 






48 


413 


378 


259 


229 


146 


130 


8 


19 






49 


289 


287 


157 


160 


123 


120 


9 


7 






50 


1,064 
826 


912 


676 


535 


358 


347 


29 


30 


1 




51 


721 


561 


455 


245 


241 


20 


25 






52 


791 


719 


534 


450 


230 


232 


27 


37 






53 


7,340 


7,098 


4,780 


4.424 


2,325 


2,334 


235 


340 








856 


715 


590 


431 


238 


240 


28 


44 






54 


664 


628 


425 


389 


214 


213 


25 


26 






55 


678 


639 


458 


412 


192 


195 


28 


32 






56 


325 


326 


200 


206 


114 


113 


11 


7 






57 



2 Including all unoccupied and unorganized territory in the district—Comprenant tout le territoire 
inoccupe et non-organise dans le district. 



102 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



10 


a. 


11 


6. 


12 


c. 


13 


d. 


14 


e. 


15 


1- 


IB 


9- 


17 


k. 


18 


I. 


19 


.1- 


20 


k. 


21 


I. 


22 


m. 


23 


n. 


24 


0. 


25 


1 ^ 


26 


a. 


27 


b. 


28 


c. 


29 


d. 


.W 


e. 


31 


t. 


32 


ff- 


33 


k. 


34 


I. 


35 


h 


36 


k. 


37 


I. 


38 


m. 


39 


n. 


40 


0. 


41 


P- 


42 


<?• 


43 


r. 


44 


s. 


45 


t. 


46 


u. 


47 


V. 


48 


10. 


49 , 


X. 


50 


y- 


51 


z. 


62 


a\ 


.53 


bK 


54 


ci. 


.55 


di. 


56 


c'. 


57 


f. 


58 


oK 


59 


hK 



c. St. Colomban 

/. St. Bustache 

g. St. Bustache, Village. . .. 

fc. St. Hennas 

i. St. Joseph 

j. Ste. Monique 

k. St. Plaeide 

I. Ste. Scholastique 

m. Ste. Scholastique, Village . 

152. Dorchester 



St. Anselme 

St. Benjamin 

St. Bernard 

Ste. Claire 

St. Edouard de Frampton . . 
Ste. Gernjaine d'Etchemin . . 

Ste. Henedine 

St. Isidore 

Ste. Justine 

St. Leon de Standon 

St. Malachie 

Ste. Marguerite 

St. Odilon de Cranboume.. 

St. Prosper, (mission) 

Ste. Rose de Watford 

St. Zacharie de Metgermette, 



153. Brummond & Arthabaska. 



Drummondville, Town — Ville. . . 

Durham, South— Sud 

Durham 

trranthaui 

Kingsey 

Kingsej^ Falls 

L'Aveuir 

Notre-Dame du Bon Conseil 

St. Bonaventure d'TJpton 

St. Eugene de Grantham 

St. Germain de Grantham 

St. Guillaume d'Upton 

, St. Nazaire (part) 

Wendover & Simpson 

Wickham 

Wickham, West— Oueat 

Arthabaskaville, Village , . . 

Chenier 

Chester, East— Est (Ste.Helene) . 

Chester, North— Nord 

Chester, West— Quest (St. Paul) 

Notre-Dame de Lourdes 

Princeville, Village 

St. Albert de Warwick 

Ste. Anne du Sault 

St. Christophe 

. Ste. Olothilde d'Horton 

. Ste. Elizabeth de Warwick 

Ste. Eulalie (part) 

1. St. Louis de Blandford 

. St. Norbert 

. St. Remi de Tingwick 

. St. Rosaire 

. St. Samuel d'Horton 



Area 
in acres. 

Superfioie 
en acres. 



16,122 
22,137 

176 
13,156 
11,398 
12,386 
10,959 
23,130 

170 

602, 624^ 

25,797 
64,971 
20,351 
23,525 
43,979 
36,428 
10,725 
21,887 
60,185 
31,718 
32,843 
21,785 
32,434 

.. n 

32,639 
65,972 

877,408 

1,300 

39,179 

'28,362 
57,584 
10,137 
29,150 
20,550 
18,194 
18,706 
30,379 
21,880 

4,300 
77,928 
25,669 
33,758 

1,£ 
25,289 
23,953 
11,768 
38,384 

9,114 

640 

20,779 

19,755 

6,758 
13,918 
13,201 

2,048 
45,142 

8,993 
18,014 
28,151 

8,500 



Houses. 



Demeures. 



Families. 
Families. 



61 
316 
224 
193 
226 
161 
170 
296 
173 

3,797 

346 
82 
261 
314 
345 
266 
212 
312 
190 
304 
268 
203 
238 
182 
101 
173 

7,961 

261 
257 

92 
174 
266 
155 
220 
211 
225 
155 
442 
522 

37 
399 

70 
217 
163 
214 
222 

89 
324 

34 
148 
122 
279 
139 
238 

83 

65 

73 
132 
169 
165 

73 



65 
320 
241 
197 
227 
162 
170 
301 
173 

3,949 

380 
83 
284 
316 
345 
281 
213 
.332 
190 
306 
270 
228 
246 
183 
102 
190 

8,232 

273 
257 

92 
186 
288 
173 
225 
227 
226 
163 
484 
539 

43 
411 

79 
231 
164 
214 
222 

92 
335 

34 
149 
123 
284 
139 
247 

83 

65 

74 
147 
169 
174 

73 



Popula- 
tion. 



324 
1,685 
1,079 
1,126 
1,091 

940 

946 
1,551 

865 

21,007 

2,049 

403 

1,436 

1,758 

1,935 

1,587 

1,075 

1,766 

959 

1,674 

1,372 

1,088 

1,.300 

958 

581 

1,066 

44,484 

1,450 

1,308 

454 

1,017 

1,521 

866 

1,202 

1,196 

1,265 

824 

2,573 

2,778 

249 

2,247 

468 

1,119 

995 

1,189 

1,.SOO 

611 

2.074 

215 

742 

666 

1,396 

861 

1,286 

429 

361 

440 

746 

962 

879 

371 



^ Including all unoccupied and unorganized territory in the district— Comprenant tout le territoire 
inoccupe et non-organise dans le district. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



103 



Male. 
Homme . 



Female. 
Femmie. 



180 
857 
529 
558 
562 
484 
471 
771 
405 

10,840 

1,0.32 
215 
735 
907 
998 
848 
547 
852 
494 
85: 
724 
568 
688 
491 
321 
563 

22,667 

712 
654 
246 
515 
813 
424 
599 
624 
646 
423 

1,295 

1,335 
126 

1,135 
250 
580 
469 
619 
710 
251 

1,033 
124 
340 
341 
747 
447 
683 
213 
186 
226 
369 
483 
465 
202 



Single. 
Non-mari&. 



144 
828 
550 
568 
529 
456 
475 
780 
460 

10,167 

1,017 
188 
701 
851 
937 
739 
528 
914 
465 
817 
648 
520 
612 
467 
260 
503 

21,817 

73S 
654 
208 
502 
708 
442 
603 
572 
619 
401 

1,278 

1,443 
123 

1,112 
218 
539 
526 
570 
590 
260 

1,041 
91 
402 
325 
649 
414 
603 
216 
175 
214 
377 
479 
414 
169 



Married. 

Marias. 



122 
567 
322 
375 
349 
331 
308 
486 
247 

7,146 

681 
144 
494 
578 
667 
572 
337 
556 
313 
566 
465 
386 
-463 
322 
224 
378 

14,413 

436 

415 
156 
330 
521 
249 
389 
409 
409 
256 
827 
804 

80 
735 
171 
361 
302 
407 
473 
156 
672 

81 
204 
214 
463 
293 
445 
130 
120 
139 
228 
312 
285 
129 



82 
508 
334 
377 
307 
297 
309 
488 
284 

6,413 

663 
115 
444 
516 
591 
462 
326 
594 
282 
533 
380 
320 
387 
311 
168 
321 

13,498 

458 
413 
121 
315 
420 
261 
374 
364 
368 
238 



80 
703 
142 
321 
342 
354 
353 
167 
678 

50 
255 
207 
390 
264 
363 
133 
111 
127 
231 
298 
239 



50 
268 
181 
169 
200 
144 
145 
259 
151 

3,435 

313 
71 
222 
301 
314 
260 
198 
265 
173 
271 
237 
168 
216 
156 
89 
181 

7,643 

253I 
216 

79 
173 
267 
163 
188 
207 
217 
155 
434 
488 

41 
378 

69 
207 
154 
197 
227 

89 
335 

36 
125 
115 
263 
142 
228 

80 

60 

77 
132 
163 
169 



Widowed. 
En veuvage. 



49 
270 
184 
169 
200 
144 
144 
261 
152 



308 
69 
225 
301 
317 
260 
184 
266 
169 
260 
241 
169 
207 
149 
88 
176 

7,494 

247 
211 

67 
172 
251 
161 
187 
204 
218 
154 
425 
496 

41 
377 

69 
204 
155 
192 
217 

85 
333 

38 
127 
113 
250 
139 
221 

76 

60 

77 
131 
164 
165 



F. 



22 
26 
14 
13 

9 
18 
26 

7 

259 

38 

' 19 
28 
17 
16 
12 
31 

8 
20 
22 
14 

9 
13 



611 

23 
23 
11 
12 
25 
12 
22 

8 
20 
12 
34 
43 

5 
22 
10 
12 
13 
15 
10 

6 
26 

4 
11 
12 
21 
12 
10 

3 

6 
10 

9 

8 
11 

7 



Divorced. 
Divoro&. 



13 
50 
32 
22 
22 
15 
22 
31 
24 

365 

46 

4 

32 

34 

29 

1: 

18 

54 

14 

24 

27 

31 

18 

7 

4 

6 

825 

33 
30 
20 
15 
37 
20 
42 

4 
33 

9 
47 
59 

2 
32 

7 
14 
29 
24 
20 

8 
30 

3 
20 

5 

9 
11 
19 

7 

4 
10 
15 
17 
10 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 



2 Area included in St. Benjamin— Superfioie comprise dans St. Benjamin. 



104 CENSUS OF CAHADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areaa, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 



35 
36 
37 
38 



39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 



50 
51 

52 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



i' . St. Val^re de Bulstrode 

ji. Ste. Victoire 

k^-. Stanfold 

l^. Tingwick 

m^. Viccoriaville, Town 

n.^. Warwick 

o^. Warwick, Village. 

154. Gaspe 



Ville. 



Cap Chat 

Cap Rosier 

Chlory dormes 

Douglastown 

Douglas (Sandy Beach &. Seal Cove). 

Fox & Sydenham North— Nord 

Gaspe, village 

Gaspe Bay Nl & Sydenham .S 

Gaspe Bay. South — Sud 

Grande V allee des Monts 

Grande Riviere 

L'Anse au Griffon 

L'Anse du Gap 

Malbaie 

Mont Louis & Riv. Magdeleine 

Newport 

Pabas 



Perce 

Ste. Anne des Monts . 
York. 



Alright Islands 

V. Basin 

w. Etang du Nord 

X. Grande Entree 

y, Havre Aubert 

2. Havre aux Maisons 

a^. Wolfe, Bryon Islands, Grosse He & Bird Rocks. 

155 Hoohelaga 



a. Ste. Cunegonde, City — Cite 

6. St. Gabriel, Ward — Quartier (Montreal). 

0. St. Henri, City— Cite 

d. Westmount, City — Cite 



156 Huntingdon. 



a. Dundee 

h. Elgin 

c. Franklin 

d. Godnianohester 

e. Havelock 

/. Hemmingford 

g. Hemmingford, Village . 

h. Hinchinbrooke 

i. Huntingdon, Village . . 

j. St. Anicet 

k. Ste. Barbe 



157. Jacques-Oartier. 

a. Cdte des Neiges, Village 

b. C6te St. Paul 

0. Dorval, Village 



Area 
in acres. 

Super6cie 



34,799 
18,936 
54,640 
23,646 

896 
30,219 

800 

2,912,9411 

70,144 
21,811 
59,187 

22,835 

93,901 

1,703 

46,797 

30,925 

36,250 

40,755 

11,264 

.33,792 

58,163 

126,157 

59,904 

30,618 

17,715 

26,419 

53,453 

9,458 

.. m 

14,778 

1,330 

16,404 

■• (=) 
16,643 

1,784 

125 
330 
424 
905 

231,200 

29,812 
33,163 
17,715 
25,753 
21,504 
38,187 

213 
21,873 

468 

32,987 

9,525 

73,803 

1,620 
6,256 
1,208 



Houses. 
Demeures 



211 
177 
304 
166 
300 
221 
147 

4,876 

185 
238 
127 
207 

79 
297 

76 
135 
102 

33 
222 
146 
376 
365 
178 
190 
327 
288 
300 

70 

54 
191 
349 

51 
125 
119 

46 

10,865 

2,078 
3,148 
3,932 
1,707 

2,772 

334 
170 
229 
330 
197 
335 

70 
411 
238 
369 

89 

4,606 

215 
41 

87 



Families. 
Families. 



211 
178 
304 
166 
300 
239 
149 

5,200 

199 
238 
145 
207 

79 
297 

76 
147 
112 

36 
228 
146 
376 
391 
189 
214 
333 
312 
347 

76 

56 
210 
414 

59 
134 
126 

53 

11,230 

2,177 
3,232 
4,093 
1,728 

2,812 

341 
171 
230 
3.S4 
200 
337 
78 
417 
245 
370 



4,754 

221 
41 

87 



Popula 
tion. 



1,192 
1,073 
1,562 

896 
1,693 
1,318 

790 

30,683 

1,416 

1,350 

785 

1,098 

422 

1,729 

454 

855 

570 

314 

1,564 

792 

2,294 

1,993 

1,205 

1,357 

1,905 

1,868 

2,269 

417 

387 

1,034 

2,376 

363 

709 

896 

261 

56,919 

10,912 

15,959 

21,192 

8,856 

13,979 

1,610 

795 
1,152 
1,735 

925 
1,658 

338 
2,018 
1,122 
2,093 

533 

26,168 

1,156 
241 
481 



1 Including all unoccupied and unorganized territory in the district — Comprenant tout le territoire 
inoccupe et non-organise dans k district. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901 105 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 







Single. 


■ Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 




- 


— 







— 






Fern me. 


Non-raari&. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


V. 


M. H. 


P. 


M. u. 


V. 




625 


567 


399 


319 


205 


218 


21 


30 


.. 




1 


539 


534 


349 


349 


174 


176 


16 


9 








2 


826 


736 


521 


455 


284 


251 


21 


30 








3 


468 


428 


288 


253 


164 


154 


16 


21 








4 


865 


828 


557 


513 


296 


280 


12 


35 








5 


682 


636 


452 


407 


213 


210 


17 


19 








6 


377 


413 


243 


270 


114 


112 


20 


31 








7 


15,901 


14,782 


10,622 


9,333 


4,880 


4,818 


398 


631 


1 






726 


690 


494 


460 


214 


215 


18 


15 






8 


694 


656 


448 


418 


226 


218 


20 


20 








9 


427 


358 


283 


224 


127 


125 


17 


9 








10 


567 


531 


379 


331 


170 


171 


18 


29 








11 


204 


218 


117 


130 


78 


73 


9 


15 








12 


881 


848 


601 


569 


253 


255 


27 


24 








13 


228 


226 


144 


145 


77 


73 


7 


8 








14 


440 


415 


291 


260 


136 


137 


13 


18 








15 


276 


2ti4 


175 


180 


95 


96 


6 


18 








16 


172 


142 


120 


96 


49 


43 


3 


3 








17 


819 


745 


564 


485 


232 


228 


23 


32 








18 


424 


368 


293 


224 


124 


123 


7 


21 








19 


1,238 


1,056 


835 


626 


374 


371 


29 


59 








20 


1,029 


964 


653 


586 


347 


344 


29 


34 








21 


(Tio 


550 


463 


368 


177 


176 


15 


6 








22 


(iyii 


661 


471 


424 


206 


205 


19 


32 








23 


991 


914 


694 


590 


280 


275 


17 


49 








24 


966 


902 


639 


561 


300 


289 


27 


52 








25 


1,161 


1,108 


799 


739 


337 


334 


25 


35 








26 


219 


198 


145 


121 


67 


68 


7 


9 








27 


198 


189 


135 


125 


58 


58 


5 


6 








28 


528 


606 


319 


280 


202 


203 


7 


23 








29 


1,235 


1,141 


819 


706 


392 


387 


24 


48 








30 


199 


164 


139 


102 


55 


53 


5 


9 








31 


346 


363 


207 


212 


130 


126 


8 


25 




1 




32 


455 


441 


316 


285 


130 


128 


9 


28 








33 


127 


134 


79 


86 


44 


44 


4 


4 






34 


27,588 


29,331 


16,749 


17,530 


10,271 


10,194 


567 


1,605 


1 


2 




5,347 


5,565 


3,242 


3,238 


1,984 


1,972 


121 


355 






35 


8,031 


7,928 


4,925 


4,621 


2,926 


2,892 


179 


413 


1 


2 


36 


10,365 


10,827 


6,351 


6,508 


3,829 


3,790 


185 


529 






37 


3,845 


5,011 


2,231 


3,163 


1,532 


1,540 


82 


308 






38 


6,991 


6,988 


4,381 


4,163 


2,388 


2,386 


220 


438 


2 


1 




809 


801 


480 


442 


311 


313 


18 


46 






39 


403 


392 


251 


224 


136 


136 


16 


32 






40 


§8S 


564 


368 


321 


206 


210 


13 


33 


1 




41 


895 


840 


576 


513 


285 


281 


34 


46 






42 


458 


467 


286 


271 


l.'J8 


167 


14 


29 






43 


84S 


813 


529 


472 


285 


283 


31 


58 






44 


J 54 


184 


93 


110 


53 


53 


8 


21 






45 


1,005 
500 


1,013 
622 


621 
300 


618 
371 


342 

187 


337 
185 


41 
13 


57 
66 


1 


1 


46 
47 


1,067 
267 


1,026 
266 


■ 699 
178 


652 
169 


339 
86 


334 

87 


29 
3 


40 
10 






48 
49 


12,981 


13,187 


8,190 


8,203 


4,466 


4,384 


324 


599 


1 


1 




580 


576 


377 


364 


188 


189 


15 


23 






50 


124 


117 


77 


74 


43 


39 


4 


4 






51 


239 


242 


149 


149 


86 


86 


4 


7 






52 



2 Area included in Gasp^ Bay South-Superficie comprise dans Gasp^ Baie Sud. 
» Area included in Alright Islands-Superficie comprise dans les lies Alright. 



106 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 



22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
.32 
33 
34 
35 



36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 



52 
53 
54 
55 
56 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



d. 



Lachine, Town — Ville 

Montreal West— Quest, Town— Ville 

Notre-Dame de Graces, West — Quest, Village . 

Notre-Dame des Neigea, West — Quest 

Qutremont, Town— Ville 

Presentation de la Ste. Vierge 

Saints- Anges de Lachine 

Ste. Anne de Bellt<vue, Town— Ville 

Ste. Anne du Bout de I'lle 

Ste. Genevieve 

Ste. Genevieve, Village 

St, Joachim de la Pointe Claire , . 

St. Joachim de la Pointe Claire, Village 

St. Laurent 

St. Laurent, Village 

St. Paul, Town— Ville 

St. Pierre aux Liens, Village 

St. Ra{>hael de I'lle Bizard 

SennevUle, Village 

Summerlea 

Verdun, Village 



158. Joliette. 



Joliette, Town— Ville . 

St. Alphouse 

St. Ambroise 

Ste. Beatrice 

St. Charles-Borromce. . 

St. Cleophas 

St. C6me 

Ste. Elizabeth 

Ste. Emilie 

St. Felix de Valois 

St. Jean de Matha. . . . 

Ste. Melanie 

St. Paul 

St. Thomas 



159. Kanaouraska. 



Kamouraska, Village 

Mont Carmel 

Riviere Quelle 

St. Alexandre 

St. Andr^ & Notre Dame du Portage (part) . 

Ste. Anne de la Pocati^re 

St Bruno & Woodbridge 

St. Denis 

St. Bleuth^re & unorg. ter. — Ter. non-org.. 

St. Germain . ." 

Ste. Helens 

St. Louis de Kamouraska 

St. Onesime 

St. Pac6me 

St. Pascal 

St. Philippe de Neri 



160. Labelle. 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



Amherst 

Buckingham, Town— Ville 

/ Buokmgham 

\ Buckingham, Southeast— Sud-Est . 
d. Campbell 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



Families. 
Families. 



1,295 


974 


349 


67 


4,881 


355 


1,335 


72 


900 


206 


4,094 


50 


3,788 


132 


79 


302 


3,899 


55 


9,341 


227 


205 


145 


8,916 


143 


1,579 


105 


15,062 


405 


416 


247 


300 


203 


50 


104 


4,973 


126 


1,764 


52 


•■ (M 


19 


1,493 


274 


1,928, 640= 


3,964 


640 


809 


26,254 


165 


33,170 


307 


23,618 


183 


11,114 


152 


3,954 


58 


38,448 


179 


26,694 


435 


33,285 


214 


21,530 


375 


22,080 


327 


20,103 


210 


21,091 


266 


23,069 


284 


664,006 


3,131 


187 


117 


23,552 


177 


14,745 


259 


32,870 


264 


16,076 


193 


12,288 


411 


46,592 


115 


8,807) 


137 


399,199! 


121 


9,5231 


80 


21,402 


214 


10,053 


96 


23,860 


102 


23,245 


298 


12,493, 


376 


9,114 


171 


1,886,4192 


5,239 


47,674 


100 


790 


505 


58,696 


f 219 
I 61 


60,825 


83 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,036 

68 

370 

74 

209 

52 

133 

306 

55 

227 

151 

144 

106 

432 

251 

204 

108 

126 

52i 

22 

279 

4,357 

884 
179 
330 
189 
164 
63 
196 
499 
249 
425 
366 
218 
282 
313 

3,233 

129 
177 
259 
264 
215 
414 
117 
137 
122 

94 
229 

96 
102 
298 
393 
187 

5,569 

105 

547 

231 

66 

83 



5,561 
352 

2,225 
401 

1,148 
234 
700 

1,343 
341 

1,186 
735 
800 
555 

2,341 

1,390 

1,496 
505 
682 
293 
104 

1,898 

22,255 

4,220 

930 

1,712 

1,022 

810 

395 

1,031 

2,696 

1,201 

2,130 

1,958 

1,110 

1,470 

1,570 

19,099 

578 

1,084 

1,608 

1,760 

1,316 

2,434 

711 

806 

746 

567 

1,286 

637 

583 

1,665 

2,352 

966 

30,931 

605 

2,936 

1,291 

410 

379 



• Area included in Lachine Town— Superficie comprise dans la ville de Lachine. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. lO'J 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



Male. 
Homme. 



Female. 
Femme. 



2,625 
166 

1,066 
212 
622 
122 
391 
630 
182 
608 
360 
407 
283 

1,198 
651 
737 
256 
363 
140 
49 
970 

11,228 

2,043 
487 
882 
529 
415 
193 
516 

1,340 
650 

1,075 
973 
579 
743 
803 

9,660 

264 
550 
844 
889 
677 

1,216 
363 
393 
371 
272 
674 
338 
290 
866 

1,176 
477 

16,053 

311 
1,473 
679 
218 
192 



Single. 
Non-maries. 



2,936 
186 

1,159 
189 
526 
112 
309 
713 
159 
578 
375 
393 
272 

1,143 
739 
759 
249 
319 
153 
55 
928 

11,027 

2,177 
443 
830 
493 
395 
202 
515 

1,356 
551 

1,055 
985 
531 
727 
767 

9,439 

314 
634 
764 
871 
639 

1,218 
348 
413 
375 
295 
612 
299 
293 
799 

1,176 
489 

14,878 

294 
1,463 
612 
192 
187 



1,616 

97 
686 
140 
416 

73 
259 
360 
126 
387 
224 
256 
181 
776 
430 
442 
154 
235 

85 

26 
620 

7,163 

1,249 
330 
586 
350 
255 
133 
331 
874 
406 
670 
618 
382 
472 
507 

6,370 

165 
351 
565 
600 
455 
812 
237 
257 
241 
179 
444 
236 
181 
567 
780 
300 

10,606 

199 
953 
4C8 
161 
121 



Married. 
Marias. 



1,879 
113 
764 
118 
315 

69 
173 
421 

99 
340 
233 
243 
164 
719 
495 
449 
143 
191 

97 

32 
559 

6,802 

1,281 
283 
535 
314 
231 
133 
330 
867 
325 
641 
613 
332 
446 
471 

5,962 

200 
331 

484 
563 
401 
772 
212 
270 
235 
197 
383 
189 
185 
482 
753 
305 

9,401 

182 
909 
401 
126 
117 



66 
350 

63 
193 

49 
122 
258 

51 
202 
125 
137 

87 
385 
208 
277 

98 
118 

49 

16 
315 

3,732 

7.35 
144 
257 
163 
149 
59 
180 
428 
231 
361 
335 
180 
242 
268 

3,046 



178 
252 
276 
209 
370 
121 
119 
119 
86 
214 
96 
99 
272 
376 
160 

5,066 

105 

485 

186 

54 

68 



Widowed. 
En veuvage. 



951 

66 
354 

63 
190 

43 
117 
254 

53 
198 
122 
134 

89 
376 
202 
275 

97 
114 

49 

18 
305 

3,688 

730 
143 
259 
165 
144 
59 
178 
425 
206 
362 
337 
178 
241 
261 

3,025 

112 
178 
245 
275 
204 
365 
120 
118 
122 

87 
203 

96 
100 
274 
370 
156 

4,960 



105 

477 

185 

69 

67 



14 

" 10 
12 

5 
19 
11 
14 
15 
37 
13 
18 

4 
10 

6 

7 
35 

333 

59 
13 

39 
16 
11 
I 
5 
38 
13 
44 
20 
17 
29 
28 

244 



21 
27 
13 
13 
34 

5 
17 
11 

7 
16 

6 
10 
27 
20 
17 

381 

7 

36 

25 

3 

3 



Divorced. 
Divorces. 



106 

7 
41 

8 
21 

19 

38 

7 

40 

20 

16 

18 

48 

42 

35 

9 

14 

7 

5 

64 

537 

166 
17 
36 
14 
20 
10 
7 

64 
20 
52 
35 
21 
40 
35 

452 



35 
33 
34 
81 
16 
25 
18 
11 
26 
14 
8 
43 
63 
28 

516 



N* 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
16 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



22 
23 
24 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
36 



37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
.50 
51 



52 
53 
64 
55 
56 



' Including all the unoccupied and unorganized territory in the distriot-Comprenant tout le territoire 
noccupe et nonorganise dans le district. 



108 CENSUS OF CANADA 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Clyde 

/Hartwell 

\Preston 

Joly 

/Labelle 

\ Minerve 

L'Ange-Gardien. ... . 

CLatnbury & Gagnon. 

■[ Turgeon 

tWurtele & Moreau . 
Loranger . 



bK 



f Loohaber & Gore 

i Loohaber & Gore, West — Quest 

tLochaber &, Gore, North— Nord. 

Marohand 

Masson, Village 

Montebello, Village 

/ Montigny 

t Kiamika 

Mulgrave & Derry 

Notre-Dame de Bonsecours 

Papineauville, Village 

Plaisance 

Ponsonby 

Portland East— Est 

Portland West — Quest 

Ripon 

St. Andr^-Avellin 

Ste. Angelique 

St. Malachie 

Suffolk & Addington 

Thurso, Village 

C Villeneuve 

-^ Wells & McGill 

LDudley 



161. Laprairie & Napierville . 



Laprairie 

Laprairie, Village 



0. St. Constant. 

I. St. Isidore 

e. St. Jacques le Mineur 

/. St. Philippe 

g. Napierville, Village 

h. St. Cyprien 

St. Edouard 

J. St. Michel-Archange 

Je. St. Patrice de Sherrington . 

L St. Remi 

m. St. R^mi, Village 

162. L'Assomption 



Laohenaie. 

b. L'Assomption 

c. L'Assomption, Town — Ville 

d. Laurentides, 'Town — Ville . . 

e. Lavaltrie. ._ 

/. L'Epiphanie 

ff. Repentigny 

h. St. Henri de Mascouclie 

i. St. Lin 

j. St. PauU'Ermite 

k. St. Roch de I'Achigan 

I. St. Sulpice 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



47,345 
46,027 
51,629 
44,928 
42,292 
42,841 
15,709 
81,068 
36,580 
67,556 
49,542 
16,785 
23,646 
15,660 
79,092 
1,700 
1,623 
58,220 
48,444 
84,254 
85,134 
1,610 
7,360 
35,811 
37,019 
28,231 
38,008 
51,080 
17,246 
18,013 
95,458 
1,200 
61,535 
129,33) 
52,940 

190,976 

23,068 

177 

22,541 

15,348 

16,793 

17,817 

532 

24,863 

11,367 

15,872 

22,016 

20,309 

273 

174,112 

10,942 
23,.535 
250 
800 
16,258 
13,578 

5,383 
21,115 
33,826 
12,700 
29,354 

6,371 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



107 

231 

36 

193 

12 

63 

284 

5 

44 

32 

103 

132 

81 

103 

248 

172 

133 

24 

72 

108 

138 

129 

94 

70 

113 

84 

281 

471 

147 

61 

235 

94 

61 

87 

17 

3,132 

248 

285 

267 

212 

23: 

282 

179 

243 

187 

244 

262 

262 

224 



Families. 



Families. 



107 
240 

3: 

197 

12 

63 

291 

5 

49 

32 

103 

145 

82 

110 

254 

180 

138 

24 

74 

108 

159 

140 

100 

82 

133 

84 

321 

502 

165 

61 

266 

103 

61 

92 

r 

3,252 

260 
290 
282 
232 
253 
295 
179 
250 
189 
257 
262 
274 
229 



Popula 
tion. 



2,864 


2,919 


113 


122 


215 


226 


234 


234 


210 


214 


188 


199 


316 


316 


115 


115 


39J 


394 


301 


301 


286 


296 


35C 


358 


143 


144 



510 
1,460 

193 

962 
56 

307 

1,617 

33 

205 

167 

494 

808 

518 

702 
1,352 
1,012 

795 

138 

370 

675 

917 

772 

634 

452 

718 

490 
1,827 
2,938 

928 

389 
1,357 

525 

330 

532 

118 

17,523 

1,559 
1,451 
1,525 
1,315 
1,390 ■ 
1,707 
774 
1,421 
1,105 
1,336 
1,410 
1,450 
1.080 

14,993 

657 
1,148 
1,605 

934 

998 
1,455 

611 
2,027 
1,664 
1,388 
1,841 

665 



I » tJt J -> 



V. \ 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 109 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeur^, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 





1 


Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


- 


- 


— 




— 








— 


Non-inaries. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme. 


Feir.me. 
























M. H. 


T. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 




272 


247 


172 


153 


93 


91 


7 


3 






1 


764 


696 


526 


442 


227 


227 


11 


27 






2 


99 


94 


61 


56 


34 


35 


4 


3 






3 


614 


448 


320 


257 


184 


180 


10 


11 






4 


27 


29 


18 


19 


8 


8 


1 


2 






5 


172 


135 


113 


82 


58 


53 


1 








6 


813 


804 


516 


510 


272 


269 


25 


26 






7 


21 


12 


16 


7 


5 


5 










8 


116 


89 


73 


48 


39 


39 


4 


2 






9 


92 


75 


63 


50 


27 


25 


2 








10 


262 


232 


165 


139 


89 


88 


8 


5 






11 


404 


404 


268 


258 


127 


128 


9 


18 






12 


258 


260 


187 


177 


65 


69 


6 


14 






13 


369 


33S 


256 


216 


106 


104 


7 


13 






14 


761 


591 


457 


348 


289 


236 


15 


7 






15 


501 


611 


320 


328 


167 


164 


14 


19 






16 


419 


376 


277 


235 


129 


128 


13 


13 






17 


81 


57 


52 


33 


28 


24 


1 








18 


188 


182 


121 


115 


64 


03 


3 


4 






19 


354 


321 


240 


207 


101 


97 


7 


17 


;: 


20 


481 


436 


324 


279 


145 


146 


12 


11 






21 


389 


383 


256 


246 


125 


116 


8 


21 






22 


334 


300 


238 


194 


87 


87 


9 


19 






23 


247 


205 


164 


121 


77 


75 


6 


9 






24 


361 


357 


234 


226 


120 


119 


7 


12 






25 


248 


242 


160 


153 


84 


83 


4 


6 






26 


948 


879 


643 


578 


283 


282 


22 


19 






27 


1,492 


1,446 


999 


944 


467 


454 


36 


48 






28 


473 


455 


308 


288 


151 


151 


14 


16 






29 


'201 


188 


145 


133 


48 


47 


8 


8 






30 


740 


617 


486 


366 


239 


234 


15 


17 






31 


275 


250 


178 


148 


89 


90 


8 


12 






32 


177 


153 


118 


96 


53 


53 


6 


4 






33 


263 


269 


179 


177 


82 


81 


2 


11 






34 


64 


54 


45 


37 


16 


16 


3 


1 






35 


8,815 


8,708 


5,731 


5,477 
482 


2,834 


2,798 


250 


433 








822 


737 


561 


237 


234 


24 


21 






36 


719 


732 


450 


431 


250 


243 


19 


58 






87 


784 


741 


521 


468 


240 


240 


23 


33 






38 


647 


668 


419 


435 


207 


207 


21 


26 






39 


710 


680 


484 


436 


205 


208 


21 


36 






40 


881 


826 


597 


537 


258 


250 


26 


39 






41 


383 


391 


238 


220 


137 


\?a 


8 


34 






42 


733 


688 


492 


443 


225 


224 


16 


21 






43 


541 


564 


332 


344 


191 


189 


18 


31 






44 


660 


676 


410 


422 


230 


226 


20 


28 






45 


700 


710 


442 


434 


239 


240 


19 


36 






46 


745 


705 


496 


460 


232 


216 


17 


29 






47 


490 


590 


289 


365 


183 


184 


18 


41 






48 


7,433 


7,560 


4,659 


4,691 


2,481 


2,434 


293 


436 








333 


24 


222 


206 


99 


97 


12 


21 






49 


586 


562 


369 


350 


190 


187 


27 


26 






50 


805 


800 


610 


580 


172 


168 


23 


52 






61 


429 


605 


228 


294 


176 


168 


26 


43 






52 


5Q4 


494 


304 


301 


177 


173 


23 


20 






53 


705 


750 


421 


458 


254 


253 


30 


39 






54 


307 


304 


190 


168 


104 


102 


13 


34 






55 


982 


1,045 


597 


635 


344 


341 


41 


69 






56 


848 


816 


550 


518 


278 


269 


20 


29 






57 


696 


692 


411 


389 


256 


255 


29 


48 






58 


903 


938 


552 


593 


315 


307 


36 


38 






59 


335 


330 


205 


199 


116 


114 


14 


17 






60 



110 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Pqpulation, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 



41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
64 
55 



Districts & S.-Distriots. 



163. Laval. 



Ahuntsio, Village 

Beaurivagej Village 

Longue Points 

Points aux Trembles 

Riviere des Prairies 

Ste. Dorothee 

St. Francois de Sales 

St. Joseph de Bordeaux 

St. Leonard de Port Maurice. 

St. Martin 

St. Martin, Village 

Ste. Rose 

Ste. Rose, Village 

St. Vincent de Paul 

St. Vincent de Paul, Village . 

Sault au RecoUet 

Villeray, Village 



164. Levis. 



a. Bienville, Village 

6. Lauzon, Village 

c. L^vis, City — Cite 

d. Notre-Dame de la Victoire 

e. St. David de I'Auberivi^re 

/. St. Etienne de Lauzon 

g. St. Henri de Lauzon 

h, St. Jean-Chry30st6me 

i'. St. Joseph de L^vis 

St. Lambert de Lauzon 

k. St. Nicolas -. 

I. St. Romuald 

m. St. T^lesphore 



165. L'Islet.. 



a. L'Islet 

b. St. Aubert 

c. St. Cyrille 

d. St. Damase 

e. St. Eugene 

/. St. Jean Port Joli 

g. Ste. Louise 

h. St. Pamphile 

i. Ste. Perp^tue 

j. St. Roch dea Aulnaies . 

166. Lotbiniere 



Deschaillons, Village., 
Leclercville, Villa^s. . . 

St. Agapit 

Ste. Agathe 

St. Antoinede Tilly.. 

St. Apollinaire 

Ste. Croix 

St. Edouard 

Ste. Emilie 

St. Flavien 

St. Giles 

St. Jean Deschaillons . 

St. Louis 

St. Narcisse 

St. Patrice 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



95,287 

770 

59 

5,025 

7,062 

6,293 

8,195 

9,513 

1,024 

4,865 

12,514 

75 

15,.516 

588 

12,369 

11,353 



173,977 

205 
7,600 

8,704 

3,379 
25,088 
31,642 
27,034 
10,525 
31,230 
23,040 
3,687 
1,843 

494,595 

< 

14,848 
26,931 
83,040 
94,202 
15,872 
17,203 
15,258 
120,853 
92,052 
14,336 

464,895 

.. n 

760 
18,432 
20,890 
13,210 
30,475 
27,546 
56,136 
54,864 
33,035 
42,962 
26,624 
20,787 
14,746 
23,347 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



3,251 

74 
186 

73 
197 
145 
196 
164 

97 
217 
392 
176 
251 
245 
257 
196 
283 
102 

4,708 

162 
616 
1,415 
189 
124 
145 
401 
335 

58 
224 
270 
713 

56 

2,346 

428 

220 

249 

96 

237 
347 
204 
235 
116 
214 

3,515 

217 
104 
185 
167 
228 
259 
335 
243 
101 
329 
142 
174 
274 
135 
147 



Families. 
Families. 



Popula 
tion. 



3,353 

78 
192 

78 
197 
148 
196 
164 
100 
221 
394 
180 
260 
253 
272 
196 
314 
110 

4,905 

167 
650 
1,520 
190 
127 
151 
401 
340 

69 
224 
291 
729 

56 

2,635 

451 
253 
271 
110 
260 
390 
251 
247 
133 
269 

3,650 

237 
107 
191 
169 
228 
267 
358 
252 
104 
346 
147 
194 
284 
135 
147 



19,743 



873 

2,519 

1,291 

677 

881 

857 

491 

1,193 

2,331 

849 

1,369 

1,154 

1,345 

1.462 

1,576 

509 

26,210 

851 
3,416 
7,783 
1,459 

718 

854 

2,180 

' 1,757 

401 
1,280 
1,627 
3,589 

295 

14,439 

2,454 
1,409 
1,656 

597 
1,477 
2,261 
1,280 
1,307 

676 
1,322 

20,039 

1,213 

525 

1,094 

894 

1,416 

1,462 

2,1,36 

1,358 

642 

1,712 

796 

1,047 

1,622 

778 

770 



' Area included in St. Jean Deschaillons — Superficie comprise dans St. Jean Deschaillons. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. Ill 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


- 


- 


— 




- 








— 


Non-mari^s. 


Mari&. 


En veuvage. 


Divorcfe. 


N° 


Homme. 


Femrae. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


F. 




9,776 


9,967 


6,224 


6,443 


3,209 


3,015 


343 


509 








190 


176 


121 


101 


64 


64 


5 


11 






1 


466 


407 


274 


215 


177 


176 


15 


16 






2 


1,190 


1,329 


835 


920 


299 


270 


56 


139 






3 


618 


673 


432 


478 


161 


164 


25 


31 






4 


328 


349 


206 


223 


107 


106 


15 


20 






6 


453 


428 


278 


237 


168 


169 


7 


22 






6 


453 


404 


295 


244 


144 


144 


14 


16 






7 


242 


249 


146 


152 


86 


85 


10 


12 






8 


623 


570 


402 


351 


204 


201 


17 


18 






9 


1,033 


1,293 


656 


908 


343 


342 


34 


48 






10 


410 


439 


250 


273 


152 


149 


8 


17 






11 


663 


706 


418 


452 


223 


221 


22 


33 






12 


530 


624 


310 


393 


196 


194 


24 


37 






13 


683 


662 


426 


-112 


234 


229 


23 


21 






14 


910 


552 


569 


36U 


307 


158 


34 


34 






15 


722 


854 


459 


588 


241 


239 


22 


27 






16 


262 


247 


147 


136 


103 


104 


12 


7 






17 


12,919 


13,291 


8,325 


8,408 


4,214 


4,177 


380 


706 








413 


43t^ 


253 


273 


144 


143 


16 


22 






18 


1,707 


1,706 


1,097 


1,061 


553 


555 


57 


93 






19 


3,733 


4,050 


2,365 


2,500 


1,260 


1,249 


103 


241 






20 


709 


750 


523 


543 


164 


166 


22 


41 






21 


368 


350 


243 


217 


121 


117 


4 


16 






22 


431 


423 


268 


206 


147 


141 


16 


16 






23 


1,082 


1,098 


719 


712 


331 


329 


32 


57 






24 


891 


866 


574 


543 


287 


284 


30 


39 






25 


201 


200 


144 


138 


53 


54 


4 


8 






26 


&50 


630 


414 


383 


222 


220 


14 


27 






27 


811 


816 


541 


544 


240 


235 


30 


37 






28 


1,770 


1,819 


1,087 


1,084 


641 


633 


42 


102 


1 
• • 


29 


153 


142 


97 


84 


51 


51 


5 


7 






30 


7,306 


7,133 


4,836 


4,545 


2,271 


2,258 


199 


330 








1,178 


1,276 


782 


830 


358 


362 


38 


84 






31 


717 


692 


481 


442 


220 


220 


16 


30 






32 


869 


787 


589 


507 


255 


252 


25 


28 






33 


313 


284 


206 


183 


97 


95 


10 


6 






34 


753 


724 


494 


456 


243 


242 


16 


26 






35 


1,125 


1,136 


744 


732 


337 


337 


44 


67 






36 


636 


644 


414 


401 


204 


204 


18 


39 






37 


707 


600 


475 


376 


217 


209 


15 


15 






38 


361 


315 


235 


183 


120 


120 


6 


12 






39 


647 


676 


416 


4.35 


220 


217 


11 


23 






40 


10,064 


9,975 


6,393 


6,286 


3,342 


3,263 


329 


426 








379 


6.34 


336 


388 


222 


218 


21 


28 






41 


269 


256 


166 


149 


94 


92 


9 


15 






42 


531 


563 


341 


374 


173 


168 


17 


21 






43 


450 


444 


283 


271 


145 


147 


22 


26 






44 


727 


689 


480 


441 


222 


220 


26 


28 






45 


755 


707 


467 


416 


269 


263 


19 


28 






46 


1,042 


1,094 


681 


727 


330 


322 


31 


45 






47 


697 


661 


440 


404 


226 


221 


31 


36 






48 


335 


307 


224 


206 


101 


97 


10 


4 






49 


868 


854 


526 


529 


302 


292 


30 


33 






50 


392 


404 


249 


251 


134 


131 


9 


22 






51 


621 


626 


318 


332 


172 


169 


31 


25 






52 


787 


836 


497 


.534 


263 


259 


27 


42 






53 


392 


386 


260 


254 


126 


124 


6 


8 






54 


402 


368 


261 


227 

■ 


131 


126 


10 


15 






56 



112 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
l(i 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



22 a. 

23 6. 



p. Ste. Philorneiie. 
q. St. Sylvestre 



167. Maisonneuve. 



a. De Loriinier, Village 

b. Hochelaga, Ward — Quartier (Montreal) 

c. Maisonneuve, Town — Villa 

d. Petite Cdte, Village 

e. St. Denis, Ward — Quartier (Montreal) 

/. St. Jean-Baptiste, Ward — Quartier (Montreal). 
-/. St. Louis, Town — Ville 



168. Maskinonge. 



Area 
in acres. 

Superfioie 
en acres. 



-Ville 



Hunterstown 

liouisevjlle, Towu- 

Mastigoche 

Riviere du Loup 

St. Alexis des Monta 

St. Didace 

St. Joseph 

St. Justin 

St. Leon 

St. Paulin 

Ste. Ursula 

Unorganized territory - Territoire non-oiganise. 



169. Megantio 



24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 



41 a 



42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
5S 



Bernierville (St. Ferdinand) Village. .. 

Halifax, North— Nord 

Halifax, South — Sud 

Inverness 

Ireland, North — Nord 

Ireland, South — Sud 

Kingsville (Thetford Mines), Village.. . 
Leeds. 



-Est. 



Leeds, East- 
Nelson 

Notre Dame de Lourdes.. 

Plessisville (Somerset), Village . 

Ste. Anaatasie 

St. Desire 

St. Pierre- Baptiste 

Somerset, North — Nord 

Somerset, South — Sud 

Thetford, North— Nord 

Thetford, South— Sud 



1*70. Missisquoi., 



Bedford, Town— Ville 

Cowansville, Village 

Dunham 

Dunham, Village 

Farnham, Town — Ville. . . 
Famham, West — Quest . . 

Frelighsburg, Village 

Philipsburg, Village.. 

St. Armaud, East— Est. . . 

.St. Armand, West — Quest. 

St. Bernard de LacoUe 

St. George 

St. Ignace de Stanbridge.. 



49,890 
31,191 

6,338 

400 

1,230 

1,1.34 

1,954 

610 

308 

702 

1,881,600 

.. (M 
180 

.. n 

14,463 
61,952 
59,495 
14,951 
21,402 
1.5,872 
30,925 
25,293 
1,637,067 

484,659 

425 
28,556 
36,119 
34,992 

65,714 

1,300 

61,619 

13,517 
8,192 
935 
49,037 
35,215 
22,208 
25,689 
39,589 
29,280 
32,172 

273,970 

8,400 
900 

57,626 

1,050 
26,857 
341 
273 
30,696 
19,535 
42,803 
21,787 
19,637 



Houses. 
Demeures, 



Families. 



Families. 



214 
261 

12,696 

226 
2,243 

723 

61 

1,855 

.5,408 

2,180 

2,754 



332 

124 
222 
282 
243 
355 
251 
278 
231 
341 
7 

4,245 

120 
227 
268 
331 
225 
191 
557 
296 
127 
66 
76 
298 
266 
217 
151 
253 
167 
289 
120 

3,782 

294 

147 

473 

60 

537 

264 

48 

58 

214 

193 

491 

223 

222 



1 Area included in St. Paulin— Superficie comprise dans St. Paulin. 



Popula 
tion. 



214 
270 

13,098 

232 
2,364 

752 

61 

1, 

5,527 

2,294 

3,037 

95 
349 
138 
235 
305 
270 
392 
304 
326 
246 
370 
7 

4,429 

125 
230 
283 
345 
230 
203 
610 
298 
127 
66 
85 
310 
279 
217 
164 
256 
181 
296 
124 

3,912 

310 

158 

483 

60 

575 

284 

49 

58 

214 

193 

507 

235 

222 



1,116 
1,458 

65,178 

1,279 
12,914 

3,958 
315 

9,025 
26,754 
10,933 

15,813 

553 
1,565 

730 
1,249 
1,496 
1,499 
2,060 
1,619 
1,653 
1,244 
2,105 
40 

23,621 

721 
1,312 
1,595 
1,542 
1,227 
1,061 
3,256 
1,4.35 

693 

431 

487 
1,586 
1,464 
1,316 

877 
1,420 

993 
1,605 

600 

18,482 

1,364 
699 

2,246 
277 

3,114 

1,388 
231 
214 

1,039 
926 

2,361 
999 

1,004 



RECENSEMENT DTJ CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



113 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


- 


- 


— 




- 


— 




— 




Non-mari&. 


Mari^. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme. 


Femme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 

199 


E. 

185 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


£■. 




885 


531 


374 


330 


12 


16 






1 


742 


716 


490 


453 


233 


229 


19 


34 






2 


31,946 


33,232 


19,077 


19,460 


12,211 


12,058 


658 


1,713 




1 




701 


578 


471 


342 


210 


214 


20 


22 






3 


6,332 


6,582 


3,966 


4,102 


2,248 


2,185 


118 


295 






4 


2,097 


1,861 


1,359 


1,105 


707 


691 


31 


65 






5 


164 


151 


104 


90 


49 


50 


11 


11 






6 


4,394 


4,631 


2,544 


2,653 


1,780 


1,763 


70 


215 






7 


12,833 


13,921 


7,455 


8,041 


5,081 


5,041 


297 


838 




1 


8 


5,425 


5,508 


3,178 


3,127 


2,136 


2,114 


111 


267 






9 


7,950 


7,863 


5,002 


4,861 


2,689 


2,646 


259 


356 








280 


273 


186 


181 


91 


91 


3 


1 






10 


751 


814 


428 


472 


293 


283 


30 


59 






11 


356 


374 


228 


234 


121 


119 


7 


21 






12 


622 


627 


389 


381 


214 


214 


19 


32 






13 


797 


699 


513 


421 


261 


259 


23 


19 






14 


748 


751 


465 


468 


267 


253 


16 


30 






15 


i,029 


1,031 


641 


638 


350 


348 


38 


45 






16 


812 


807 


531 


524 


246 


243 


35 


40 






17 


835 


818 


534 


519 


272 


265 


29 


34 






18 


639 


605 


388 


351 


232 


233 


19 


21 






19 


1,058 


1,047 


684 


662 


336 


332 


38 


53 






20 


23 


17 


15 


10 


6 


6 


2 


1 






21 


12,296 


11,325 


7,904 


6,891 


4,101 


4,002 


291 


432 








289 


432 


171 


302 


107 


106 


11 


24 






22 


671 


641 


435 


407 


215 


211 


21 


23 






23 


802 


793 


522 


490 


267 


267 


13 


3C 






24 


819 


723 


532 


406 


256 


257 


31 


60 






25 


667 


530 


450 


339 


208 


205 


9 


16 






26 


567 


494 


.372 


304 


181 


178 


14 


12 






27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 


1,727 
765 


1,529 
670 


1,079 
488 


913 
382 


612 

248 


581 

247 


36 
29 


35 
41 






354 


339 


226 


208 


119 


113 


9 


18 






215 


216 


149 


151 


64 


63 


2 


2 






244 


243 


161 


155 


78 


78 


5 


10 






801 


785 


504 


473 


282 


279 


15 


33 






771 


693 


479 


394 


273 


270 


19 


29 






774 


542 


529 


323 


231 


210 


14 


9 






446 


431 


296 


276 


146 


137 


4 


18 






715 


705 


428 


417 


264 


264 


23 


24 






496 


497 


320 


331 


158 


155 


18 


11 






861 
312 


744 

288 


569 
194 


451 
169 


278 
114 


268 
113 


14 

4 


25 
6 






9,439 


9,043 


5,651 


5,044 


3,474 


3,422 


309 


573 


5 


4 




682 


682 


394 


369 


260 


257 


28 


56 






41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 


349 


350 


208 


200 


130 


128 


11 


22 






1,189 
122 

1,598 
704 
109 
96 
554 
471 


1,057 
155 

1,516 
684 
122 
118 
485 
455 


707 

67 

1,017 

426 
61 
48 

325 

280 


560 

95 

892 

403 

67 

68 

245 

242 


446 

48 

530 

259 

46 

39 

209 

172 


439 

50 

523 

252 

44 

39 

211 

172 


34 

7 

51 

19 

1 

9 

20 

19 


58 
10 
101 
29 
11 
11 
29 
40 


2 
1 


1 


1,192 
514 
496 


1,169 
485 
508 


721 

306 

' 278 


675 
268 

277 


448 
187 
205 


441 
186 
198 


23 
20 
13 


53 
31 
32 


1 


1 


52 
53 



» Area included in St. Didace— Superficie comprise dans St. Didace. 

A— 8' 



114 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



13 
14 
15 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
2i 



25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



38 
39 
40 



41 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



n. St. Thomas 

0. Stanbridge Station . . 

p .Stanbridge 

q. Sweetsburg, Village. 

171. Montcalm 



5 a. St. 

6 b. St. 

7 c. St. 

8 d. St. 

9 e. St. 

10 /. St. 

11 g. Ste. 

12 h. St. 



Ste 
St. 
St. 



Alexis 

Calixte 

Donat & Chilton 

Emile & Wexford 

Esprit 

Jac(jues 

, Julienne 

Liguori 

I. Marie-Salome 

Patrice de Rawdon 

Theodore de Chertsey . 



172. Montmagny 



a. Cap St. Ignace 

b. L'Assomption de Berthier . . 
e. Montminy, Rolette & Panet . 

d. Montmagny, Town — Ville... 

e. Notre-Dame du Rosaire 

/. St. Antoine, De aux Gruea. 

ff. St. Fran5ois 

h. St. Pierre 

i. St. Thomas 



174. Montreal, Ste. Anne, City— Cite. , 



a. St. Ann's, Ward — Quartier Ste. Anne . 
5. Centre do do Centre .... 
c. West do do Guest 



42 
43 



173. Montmorency . 

Chftteau-Richer 

L'Ange-Gardien 

Ste. Anne 

Ste. Brigitte 

Ste. Famine 

St. Fereol. 

St. Fran9ois 

St. Jean 

St. Joachim 

St. Laurent 

Ste. Petronille, Village. 

St. Pierre 

St. Tite des Caps 



175. Montreal, St. Antoine, City— Cite. 

a. St. Antoine, Ward — Quartier 

176. Montreal, St. Jacques, Oity— Cite. 



OS. East Ward — Quartier Est -. . 

b. St. .James, Ward — Quartier St. Jacques . 



Area 


Houses. 


Families. 










Popula- 


Superficie 






tion. 


en acres. 








11,752 


157 


157 


641 


31,638 


/ 140 

t 205 


144 
205 


802 
922 


675 


58 


58 


255 


2,689,120- 


2,512 


2,589 


13,001 


11,205 


229 


231 


1,153 


41,592 


17£ 


180 


925 


197,840 


237 


237 


977 


80,740 


82 


85 


464 


13,841 


274 


275 


1,392 


18,785 


472 


521 


2,580 


24,497 


267 


267 


1,289 


9,447 


226 


241 


1,242 


9,228 


131 


133 


704 


47,565 


222 


223 


1,117 


.. n 


193 


196 


1,158 


403,286' 


2,725 


2,799 


14,757 


40,243 


643 


654 


3,519 


7,065 


235 


235 


1,080 


114,893 


292 


299 


1,612 


.. (») 


394 


424 


1,919 


47,513 


128 


129 


661 


6,144 


90 


90 


517 


16,282 


281 


299 


1,624 


16,360 


204 


204 


1,127 


33,485 


458 


465 


2,698 


1,367,654» 


2,115 


2,183 


12,311 


5,939 


292 


293 


1,595 


18,842 


201 


202 


1,179 


54,272 


350 


350 


1,939 


2,663 


116 


116 


657 


11,571 


120 


127 


751 


26,215 


187 


204 


1,052 


6,144 


74 


86 


496 


10,957 


205 


213 


1,137 


11,879 


145 


153 


853 


9,216 


117 


128 


797 


894 


40 


40 


220 


8,425 


93 


95 


595 


40,551 


175 


176 


1,040 


829 


4,178 


4,576 


23,368 


733 


3,973 


4,347 


2],8,S5 


42 


136 


155 


1,094 


54 


69 


74 


439 


1,062 


7,759 


8,301 


47,653 


1,062 


7,759 


8,301 


47,6.53 


438 


7,899 


8,170 


42,618 


57 


369 


425 


2,577 


381 


7,530 


7,745 


40,041 



' Including all unoccupied and unorganized territory in the distriot^Comprenaut taut le territoire 
inoooupe et non-organise dans le district. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



115 







Single. 1 


Married. i 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 






— 




_ 


- 


— 




- 


- 


Non-maries. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme. 


Femme. 








i 
















M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


''• 1 


M. H. 


I'. 


M. H. 


F. 




ut 


m 


202 


152 


128 


i 
121 


12 


26| 






1 


419 


383 


268 


235 


134 


131 


17 


17 






2 


472 


450 


274 


229 


180 


177 


17 


42 


1 


2 


3 


130 


125 


69 


67 


53 


53 


8 


5 






4 


6,549 


6,452 


4,162 


4,007 


2,180 


2,117 


207 


328 








567 


586 


353 


370 


186 


184 


26 


32 






5 


468 


467 


292 


281 


162 


158 


14 


18 


] ' 




6 


543 


434 


342 


267 


187 


153 


14 


14 






7 


438 


226 


1.55 


138 


80 


80 


3 


8 






8 


679 


713 


433 


449 


228 


225 


18 


39 






9 


1,275 


1,305 


794 


817 


437 


4^6 


44 


62 






10 


650 


639 


405 


383 


225 


222 


20 


34 






11 


619 


623 


397 


389 


198 


197 


24 


37 






12 


342 


362 


211 


221 


117 


116 


14 


25 






13 


559 


558 


367 


341 


177 


176 


15 


41 






14 


609 


549 


411 


351 


183 


180 


15 


18 






15 


7,416 


7,341 


4,696 


4,548 


2,467 


2,441 


253 


352 








1,784 


1,735 


1,151 


1,080 


583 


585 


50 


70 






16 


542 


538 


318 


315 


195 


192 


29 


31 






17 


844 


768 


534 


468 


282 


276 


28 


24 






18 


934 


985 


555 


581 


346 


337 


33 


67 






19 


335 


^6 


214 


204 


116 


113 


5 


9 






20 


267 


250 


179 


159 


77 


78 


11 


13 






21 


798 


826 


513 


533 


250 


250 


35 


43 






22 


568 


559 


373 


355 


179 


175 


16 


29 






23 


1,344 


1,354 


859 


853 


439 


435 


46 


66 






24 


6,095 


6,216 


3,930 


3,994 


1,940 


1,944 


225 


278 








784 


811 


486 


508 


257 


259 


41 


44 






25 


586 


593 


365 


374 


194 


194 


27 


25 






26 


941 


998 


605 


652 


296 


293 


40 


53 






27 


336 


321 


215 


203 


106 


111 


15 


7 






28 


378 


373 


251 


244 


113 


113 


14 


16 






29 


530 


522 


847 


324 


175 


173 


8 


25 






30 


241 


256 


115 


173 


73 


73 


13 


9 






31 


5^ 


595 


359 


393 


168 


169 


15 


33 






32 


431 


422 


272 


259 


154 


159 


5 


4 






33 


395 


402 


281 


276 


103 


101 


11 


25 






34 


107 


113 


66 


74 


34 


32 


7 


7 






35 


281 


.314 


176 


202 


93 


93 


12 


19 






36 


543 


497 


352 


312 


174 


174 


17 


11 






37 


11,641 


11,727 


7,168 


6,891 


4,172 


4,069 


301 


767 








11,034 


10,801 


6,802 


6,218 


3,958 


3,869 


274 


714 






38 


382 


712 


234 


553 


129 


127 


19 


32 








22S 


214 


132 


120 


85 


73 


8 


21 






4U 


21,612 


26,041 


13,760 


16,848 


7,168 


7,098 


683 


2,091 


1 


4 


'-■ ^ 


21,615 


26,041 


13,760 


16,848 


7,168 


7,098 


683 


2,091 


1 


4 


41 


20,304 


22,314 


12,404 


13,549 


7,221 


7,139 


679 


1,626 








1,601 


L 976 


1,192 


589 


367 


320 


42 


67 






42 
4i 


18,70; 


! 21,338 


11,212 


12,960 


6,854 


6,819 


637 


l,i559 









a Area included in St. Emile— Siiperficie comprise dans St. Eniile. 
» Area included in St. Thomas— Superficie comprise dans bt. ihomas. 

A-8i 



116 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 



Distiicts & S. -Districts. 



lYY. Montreal, St. Laurent, City— Cite. 



St. Laurent, Ward- 
6. St. Louis do 



-Quartier. 
do . 



178. Montreal, Ste. Marie, City— Cite. 
a. St. Mary's, Ward — Quartier Ste. Marie 



170. Nicolet 



4 ti. Aunaville, Village 

5 h. Beoancour 

c. Gentilly 

d. Larouhelle, Village 

e. Nicolet 

/. Nicolet, Town— Ville. . . . 
g. Ste. Angele de La\ al . . . . 
h. Ste. Brigitte des Saults . . 

i. St. Celestin . . .*. 

.;. Ste. Eulalie 

Ic. Ste. Gertrude 

I. St. Gregoire 

m. St. Leonard 

m. Ste. Marie de BlandforJ . 

0. Ste. Monique 

p. Ste. Perpetue 

q. St. Pierre les Becquets. . . 
r. St. Samuel (part) . . . . 

Ste. Sophie de Levrard . 

t. St. Sylv^re 

u. St. Wenceslas 



25 a. 

26 h. 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



180. Pontiac. 



27 


c. 


28 


d. 


29 


e. 


30 


f. 


31 


ff- 


32 


h. 


33 


I. 


34 


.1- 


35 


k. 


36 


I. 


37 


m. 


38 


n. 


39 


0. 


40 


P- 


41 


<?• 


42 


r. 


43 


s. 


44 


t. 


45 


u. 


46 


V. 


47 


w. 


48 


X. 


49 


V. 


50 


z. 



Aberdeen & Malakoff 

Ald'field 

AUumette Island 

Alleyn & Cawood , 

Bristol 

Bryson, Village 

Calumet Island 

Cbapeau, Village . . ; 

Chichester 

Clarendon 

Duhamel & Guigues 

Fort Coulonge, Village 

Leslie, Clapham & Huddersfield 

Litchfield 

Mansfield & Pontefraot 

Onslow, North — Nord 

Onslow, South — Sud 

Portage du Port, Village 

Quio, Village 

ShawviUe, Village 

Sheen & Esher 

Timiskaming 

Thome 

Ville-Marie, Village 

Waltham & Bryson 

Unorganized territory — Territoire non-organis4. , 



544 



302 
242 



621 
621 



383,896 

42 
16,456 
29,973 

.. (^) 
19,839 
405 
8,909 
16,691 
21,534 
20,859 
23,519 
29,359 
22,907 
23,931 
31,713 
11,161 
17,408 
1,740 
37,991 
21,606 
22,426 



12,747,0 



112,435 
47,308 
44,491 
80,691 
51,974 
500 
31,436 
1,486 
56,115 
81,794 

101,789 
589 

117,655 
51,748 

124,953 

63,932{ 

1,000 

1,500 

1^00 

101,992 

■ ■ n 

44,544 

5,219 

9.5,129 

11,527,618 



Houses. 



Demeures. 



8,711 

3,904 
4,807 



7,956 
7,956 

4,569 

46 
325 
400 

74 
219 
366 
182 
140 
224 
138 
297 
274 
239 

99 
319 
155 
321 

18 
267 
185 
281 

4,399 



38 
142 
260 

62 
385 

83 
200 

46 
120 
471 
314 

87 
152 
288 
173 
136 
165 

95 
135 
133 

89 
249 
175 

77 

59 
265 



Families. 
Families. 



Popula 
tion. 



9,338 

4,133 

5,205 



8,383 
8,383 

4,775 

47 
351 
422 

78 
240 
380 
189 
147 
225 
152 
307 
293 
254 
102 
335 
157 
330 

1,S 
278 
189 
281 

4,483 



48,808 

21,889 
26,919 



40,631 
40,631 

26,590 

212 
1,992 
2,158 

342 
1,318 
2,225 
1,051 

907 
1,320 

772 
1,752 
1,706 
1,403 

476 
1,974 

939 
1,847 

119 
1,415 
1,036 
1,626 

25,722 



41 


286 


142 


817 


267 


1,761 


63 


328 


388 


2,237 


88 


508 


215 


1,339 


46 


230 


120 


717 


474 


2,736 


328 


1,566 


102 


482 


152 


943 


294 


1,814 


175 


1,151 


137 


825 


166 


1,050 


95 


449 


136 


682 


133 


648 


94 


591 


250 


1,393 


175 


960 


78 


502 


59 


368 


265 


1,339 



^ Area included in St. Gregoire— Superficie comprise dans St. Gregoire. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 117 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



Male. 
Homme. 



Female. 
Femme. 



22,969 

10,339 
12,630 



19,511 
19,511 

13,337 

91 
1,013 
1,037 
159 
679 
1,002 
511 
468 
674 
413 
875 
841 
755 
251 
988 
500 
910 
59 
759 
551 
801 

13,682 



188 
422 
905 
163 

1,153 
256 
706 
116 
364 

1,427 
891 
237 
470 
953 
620 
434 
563 
219 
354 
335 
315 
951 
496 
270 
180 



Single. 
Non-mari6s. 



25,839 

11,550 
14,289 



21,120 
21,120 

• 13,253 

121 
979 

1,121 
183 
639 

1,223 
540 
439 
646 
359 
877 
865 
648 
225 
986 
439 
937 
60 
656 
485 
825 



12,040 



98 
395 
856 
165 

1,084 
252 
633 
114 
353 

1,309 
675 
245 
473 
861 
531 
391 
487 
230 
328 
313 
276 
442 
464 
232 
188 
645 



14,245 

6,508 
7,737 



11,518 
11,518 

8,513 

52 
651 
628 

91 
442 
661 
344 
324 
420 
252 
540 
545 
496 
154 
636 
345 
560 

39 
485 
359 



9,342 



129 
280 
666 
106 
794 
172 
489 
78 
240 
954 
606 
148 
305 
665 
425 
300 
404 
139 
233 
212 
233 
679 
328 
194 
119 
444 



Married. 
Marias. 



15,650 

7,074 
8,576 



12,329 
12,329 

8,327 

77 
597 
699 
111 
402 
835 
363 
290 
402 
201 
552 
550 
390 
125 
637 
276 
576 

44 
.383 
304 
513 

7,647 



59 
255 
583 

99 
704 
158 
409 

76 
223 
815 
415 
148 
314 
557 
342 
262 
323 
146 
198 
185 
179 
255 
283 
158 
126 
386 



8,087 

3,547 
4,540 



7,502 
7,502 

4,411 

36 
321 
380 

64 
213 
309 
153 
134 
230 
154 
302 
266 
241 

93 
317 
149 
319 

15 
251 
175 
289 

4,024 



53 
133 
228 

53 
325 

80 
194 

36 
118 
439 
263 

80 
155 
262 
184 
127 
150 

72 
120 
117 

73 
242 
159 

73 

59 
229 



Widowed. 
En venvage. 



7,922 

3,430 
4,492 



7,441 
7,441 

4,358 

37 
327 
374 

64 
209 
309 
148 
132 
225 
150 
296 
267 
238 

93 
312 
149 
309 

16 
244 
172 
288 

3,878 



33 
127 
228 

54 
324 

82 
196 

35 
115 
433 
245 

83 
154 
269 
183 
123 
145 

73 
108 
112 

76 
165 
160 

71 

57 
227 



635 

283 
352 

491 
491 

413 

3 

41 
29 

4 
24 
32 
14 
10 
24 

7 

33 
30 
18 

4 
35 

6 
31 

6 
23 
17 



316 



6 
9 

11 
4 

34 
4 

23 
2 
6 

34 

22 
9 

10 

26 

11 
7 
9 
8 
1 
6 
9 

30 
9 
3 
2 

21 



Divorced. 
Divorc^B. 



M. H. F, 



2,264 

1,044 
1,220 



1,349 
1,349 

568 

7 
65 
48 

8 
28 
79 
29 
17 
19 

8 
29 
48 
20 

7 
37 
14 
52 

1 
29 

9 
24 

515 



6 
13 
45 
12 
56 
12 
28 

3 
15 
61 
15 
14 

5 
35 

6 
16 
19 
11 
22 
16 
21 
22 
21 

3 

5 
33 



N' 



2 Area included in unorganized territory— Superfioie comprise dans le territoire non-organise 



118 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

IS 

19 

20 

21 

22 



32 
33 
34 
35 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



181. Portneuf.. 



Canton Bois 

Cap Sante 

Deschambault 

Ecureuila 

Grondines 

Notre-Danie des Anges 

Pointe aux Trembles 

Portneuf 

St. Alban : 

St. Augustin 

St. Bazile 

St, Casimir 

Ste. Catherine 

Ste. Christine ; 

St. Gilbert 

Ste. Jeanne de Neuville 

St. Leonard 

St. RajTnond-Nonnat 

St. Raymond, Village 

St. Thuribe 

St. Ubalde 

Unorganized territory — Territoire non-organise.. , 

182. Quebec, Centre, Oity— Cite 

a. Banlieue (Notre-Dame de Quebec) 

6. Montcalm (Centre), Ward — Qu;iriier 

Palais, Ward-Quartier 

d. St. Jean, Ward-Quartier . . , . 

e. St. Louis, Ward-Quartier 



183. Quebec, East-Est, City— Cite 



a. Jacquea-Cartier, Ward-Quartier.. 

6. St. Koch, Ward-Quartier 

St. Sauveur, Ward-Quartier 

d. .St. VaUer, Ward-Quartier 



184. Quebec, "West-Ouest, City— Cite . 

a. Banlieue, South— Sud 

h. Champlain, Ward-Quartier 

c. Montcalm (W — O.), Ward — Quartier 

d. St. Pierre, Ward-Quartier 



185. Quebec, County— Corate . 



48 
49 



Ancienne Lorette 

Beauport 

Charlesbourg 

St. Ambroise 

St. Ambroise, Village 

St. Colomb de Sillery 

St. Dunstan 

St. Felix du Cap Rouge 

Ste. Foye 

St. Gabriel de Valcartier 

St. Gabriel, West— Quest 

Stoneham, Tewkesbury (fcunorg.ter-Ter.nonorg. 



186. Richelieu. 



a. St. Aime 

6. Ste. Anne de Sorel . 



Houses. 



Demeures 



952,832 

73,114 
12,186 
15,872 

2,663 
17,715 
79,155 
19,558 
23,132 
39,322 
22,528 
27,341 
16,794 
68,813 
37,683 

9,216 

23,869 

23,040 

85,574 

876 

7,680 

25,600 

321,111 

824 

514 
66 
48 
82 

114 

594 

93 
155 
128 
218 

503 

85 

69 

277 

72 

1,746,239 

14,336 
14,438 
18,330 

37,274 

2,455 
13,107 

T 4''t 
1,1*0 

4,711 

18,510 

61,338 

1,554,265 

123,582 

13,412 
13,105 



Families. 
Families. 



Popula 
tion. 



4,670 


4,985 


122 


132. 


193 


196 


303 


330 


80 


80 


192 


230 


205 


214 


183 


188 


307 


308 


341 


391 


217 


221 


302 


316 


420 


447 


190 


195 


113 


116 


74 


79 


244 


259 


133 


135 


401 


422 


200 


254 


103 


103 


241 


.257 


106 


112 


3,194 


3,618 


164 


179 


727 


809 


363 


414 


1,513 


1,722 


427 


494 


6,920 


7,642 


1,592 


1,727 


1,737 


1,972 


2,286 


2,595 


1,305 


1,348 


1,423 


1,620 


55 


55 


385 


444 


541 


604 


442 


5171 



442 
3,682 


517 
3,954 


448 


493 


968 


1,071 


419 


422 


485 


535 


281 


295 


347 


398 


43 


44 


85 


89 


200 


201 


94 


94 


9C 


90 


222 


222 


3,172 


3,522 


347 


377 


150 


187 



27,159 

729 
1,093 
1,814 

521 
1,205 
1,141 
1,077 
1,541 
1.989 
1,385 
1,722 
2,456 
1,137 

664 

469 
1,342 

765 
2,284 
1,272 

606 
1,388 

559 

20,366 

1,006 
3,915 

2 587 
9,751 
3,107 

39,325 



10,028 
12,984 

7,447 

9,149 

337 
2,225 
3,875 
2,712 

22,101 

2,641 

6,800 

2,512 

2,715 

1,555 

2,069 

228 

417 

1,066 

452 

478 

1,168 

18,576 

1,967 
1,123 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



119 







Single. 


Married. | 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


_ 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


— 




— 


Femme. 


Non-maries. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N 


Honime. 
























M. H. 


r\ 


M. H. 


V. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


P. 




13,755 


13,404 


8,864 


8,372 


4,458 


4,404 


433 


628 








403 


326 


251 


188 


144 


130 


8 


8 






1 


530 


563 


340 


362 


173 


173 


17 


28 






2 


863 


951 


563 


630 


271 


273 


29 


48 






3 


266 


255 


182 


170 


73 


75 


11 


10 






4 


590 


615 


372 


394 


192 


190 


26 


31 






5 


600 


541 


383 


326 


208 


203 


9 


12 






6 


527 


550 


332 


346 


163 


161 


32 


43 






7 


772 


769 


494 


462 


258 


257 


20 


50 






8 


988 


1,001 


615 


620 


346 


341 


27 


40 






9 


687 


698 


452 


456 


205 


203 


30 


39 






10 


873 


849 


566 


548 


276 


273 


31 


28 






11 


1,237 


1,219 


800 


763 


396 


394 


41 


62 






12 


603 


534 


425 


348 


157 


155 


21 


31 






13 


339 


.325 


220 


206 


108 


109 


11 


10 






14 


249 


220 


173 


143 


67 


66 


9 


11 






15 


668 


674 


402 


399 


240 


236 


26 


39 






16 


397 


368 


256 


226 


135 


132 


6 


10 






17 


1,206 


1,078 


776 


635 


400 


390 


30 


53 






18 


612 


660 


364 


389 


235 


233 


13 


38 






19 


312 


294 


206 


185 


97 


97 


9 


12 






20 


730 


658 


492 


419 


217 


218 


21 


21 






21 


303 


256 


200 


157 


97 


95 


6 


4 






22 


8,867 


11,499 


5,795 


7,832 


2,802 


2,808 


270 


859 








465 


541 


293 


362 


155 


154 


17 


25 






23 


1,7.31 


. 2,184 


1,096 


1,388 


583 


592 


52 


204 






24 


1,003 


1,584 


647 


1,156 


314 


318 


42 


110 






25 


4,368 


5,383 


2,861 


3,626 


1,395 


1,396 


112 


361 






26 


1,300 


1,807 


898 


1,300 


35.1 


348 


47 


159 






27 


18,696 


20,629 


11,482 


12,714 


6,668 


6,587 


546 


1,328 








4,123 
4,700 
6,359 


4,743 


2,542 


2,990 


1,430 


1,406 


151 


347 






28 


5,328 


2,868 


3,287 


1,701 


1,694 


131 


347 






29 
30 
31 


6,625 


3,924 


3,953 


2,298 


2,274 


137 


398 






3,514 


3,933 


2,148 


2,484 


1,239 


1,213 


127 


236 






3,975 


5,174 


2,479 


3,502 


1,342 


1,300 


151 


371 


3 


1 




145 


192 


88 


131 


48 


51 


9 


10 






32 


1,086 
1,423 
1,321 


1,139 
2,452 
1,391 


703 
880 
808 


717 

1,800 

854 


346 
480 

468 


337 
468 
444 


37 
61 
44 


85 

183 

93 


2 
1 


1 

•• 


33 
34 
35 


10,825 


11,270 


6,868 


7,197 


3,608 


3,524 


349 


555 








1,253 

3,366 

1,238 

1,360 

728 

986 

120 

187 

612 

234 

238 


1,388 

3,434 

1,274 

1,355 

827 

1,083 

108 

230 

554 

218 

240 


754 
2,177 
804 
833 
456 
639 
77 
107 
321 
149 
152 


878 
2,237 
806 
798 
514 
720 
67 
151 

132 
154 


462 

1,085 

397 

m 

234 
308 
35 
74 
170 
73 
75 


446 

1,031 

400 

491 

256 

309 

33 

68 

158 

75 

74 


37 

104 

37 

43 

18 

39 

8 

6 

21 

12 

}l 


64 
166 
68 
66 
57 
54 
8 
11 
21 
11 
12 






36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 


603 


565 


399 


365 


191 


183 


13 


17 






9,182 


9,394 


5,716 


5,773 


3,179 


3,151 


287 


470 








988 


9T9 


611 


592 


341 


336 


36 


61 






48 


550 


573 


350 


369 


186 


186 


IB 


18 






4:17 



120 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



•^o. 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 



Districts &, S.-DiBtTicta. 



St. Joseph de Sorel 

d. St. Louis de Bonsecours 

«. St. Ours 

/. St. Ours, Town— Villa.. 

g. St. Pierre de Sorel 

h. St. Robert 

i. St. Roch 

j. Ste. Viotoire 

k. Sorel, City— Cit6 



187. Richmond & "Wolfe. 

Jtichmond. 



Asbestos, Village 

Brompton 

Cleveland 

Danville, ViBage 

Kingsbury, Viflage 

Melbourne & Brompton Gore 

Melbourne, Village. 

New Rockland, Village 

Richmond, Town — Ville 

Shipton 

St. Fran9ois-Xavier 

St. fteorge de Windsor 

Stoke 

Windsor 

Windsor Mills, Town— Ville 

Wolfe. 

Beaulac, Village 

D'Israeli 

Dudswell 

Garthby 

Ham, North — Nord 

Lake Weedon, Village 

MarWoton, Village 

Notre-Dame de Lourdes de Ham . . 

St. Adrien de Ham 

St. Camille - 

St. Portunat 

St. Joseph de Ham, Sonth — Sud., 

St. Julien de Wolfestown 

Stratford 

Weedon 

Weedon, Centre, Village 

Wolfestown 

Wotton 



188. Rimouski. 



Cherbourg 

Mont Joli, Village 

Neigette 

Notre-Dame de Macnider 

Notre-Dame du Saore-Coeur 

Petit Metis, Village 

Rimouski 

Rimouski, Town — ViUe 

St. Anaclet 

Ste. Ang^e de Merrici 

Ste. Anne 

St. Benolt-Labre & St. Edmond (Amqui). 

Ste. Blandine 

Ste. C^oile du Bic, 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



5,348 

10,545 

27,639 

91 

8,497 
12,285 
10,135 
17,405 

5,120 

783,565 



700 

9,444 

36,168 

600 

600 

68,459 

400 

991 

900 

46,316 

30,000 

35,326 

76,068 

40,064 

1,100 



■ • n 

17,715 
52,37' 
26,378 
32,113 
10,517 
3,800 
8,397 
24,842 
19,006 
19,927 
49,214 
34,980 
58,531 
42,207 
1,200 

•■ {') 
35,225 

8,574,468= 

57,856 
50 
20,992 
22,274 
13,415 

2,711 

18,916 

540 

33,563 

27,750 

5,223 
25,088 
39,936 
15,360 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



210 
154 
209 
129 
60 
265 
185 
227 
1,236 

6,370 



146 
191 
2;:4 
194 
48 
319 
56 
30 
391 
349 
226 
353 
301 
219 
396 



58 
321 
283 

79 
243 

99 
129 
101 
114 
167 
185 
121 
135 
128 
175 
114 
122 
343 

6,046 

68 
122 

68 
297 
103 

61 
187 
214 
136 
206 

52 
407 
126 
296 



Families. 
Families. 



243 
159 
245 
144 
78 
302 
186 
262 
1,339 

6,552 



146 
195 
235 
210 
50 
336 
58 
30 
405 
357 
251 
353 
303 
223 
399 



65 
338 
283 

97 
243 
100 
134 
103 
119 
168 
185 
121 
146 
134 
178 
118 
122 
347 

6,773 



149 

81 

327 

123 

63 

194 

263 

138 

221 

54 

474 

138 

332 



Popula 
tion. 



1,257 

828 
1,328 

609 

482 
1,562 

900 
1,463 
7,057 

34,137 



783 

963 

1,216 

1,017 

237 

1,626 

224 

139 

2,057 

1,810 

1,247 

1,622 

1,512 

1,219 

2,149 



326 

1,759 

1,437 

527 

1,412 

512 

694 

612 

659 

962 

866 

610 

875 

769 

1,015 

640 

738 

1,903 

40,157 

453 
822 
447 

1,908 
686 
294 

1,295 

1,804 
928 

1,361 
306 

2,632 
844 

2,047 



' Area included in Garthby— Superficie comprise dans GarthTay. 

' Area included in St. Julien & St. Fortunat- Superficie comprise dans St. Julien et St. Fortunat. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 121 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 






_ 


- 


- 


- • 


— 






Femme. 


Non-m 


ari&. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 1 

1 


Divorces. 


No 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


i: 


M. H. 


F. 




606 


651 


373 


404 


216 


215 


17 


32 


•• 1 


1 


1 


401 


427 


226 


250 


164 


163 


11 


14 










2 


• 656 


672 


440 


448 


194 


196 


22 


28 










3 


291 


318 


175 


186 


98 


101 


18 


31 










4 


242 


240 


166 


155 


71 


71 


5 


14 










5 


777 


785 


471 


472 


285 


284 


21 


29 










6 


478 


422 


300 


247 


154 


150 


24 


25 










7 


750 


713 


479 


436 


253 


249 


18 


28 










8 


3,443 


3,614 


2,125 


2,214 


1,218 


1,200 


100 


200 






9 


17,658 


16,479 


11,164 


9,944 


6,024 


5,949 


469 


586 


1 






422 


361 


268 


208 


140 


142 


14 


11 






10 


618 


445 


331 


256 


173 


170 


14 


19 






11 


639 


577 


401 


337 


213 


207 


25 


33 






12 


48!) 


528 


287 


311 


186 


185 


15 


32 


1 




13 


119 


118 


72 


69 


43 


45 


4 


4 






14 


845 


781 


526 


457 


285 


285 


34 


39 






15 


90 


134 


47 


82 


40 


41 


3 


11 






16 


68 


71 


.36 


41 


30 


27 


2 


3 






17 


983 


1,074 


604 


671 


358 


361 


21 


42 






18 


963 


847 


600 


492 


321 


314 


42 


41 






19 


672 


575 


431 


336 


222 


219 


19 


20 






20 


861 


761 


573 


472 


267 


266 


21 


23 






21 


799 


713 


519 


433 


271 


260 


9 


20 






22 


661 


558 


428 


339 


206 


200 


27 


19 






23 


1,075 


1,074 


670 


654 


384 


380 


21 


40 






24 


169 


157 


101 


89 


62 


60 


6 


- 8 






25 


910 


849 


579 


508 


318 


330 


13 


21 






26 


746 
281 


691 


455 


383 


272 


267 


19 


41 






27 


246 


187 


148 


92 


94 


2 


4 






28 


723 


689 


475 


441 


233 


233 


16 


15 






29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
89 
40 
41 
42 


270 


242 


163 


141 


99 


94 


8 


7 
9 






361 


333 


223 


196 


130 


128 


8 






311 


301 


203 


193 


103 


103 


5 


5 






332 


327 


209 


206 


117 


114 


6 


7 






516 


446 


333 


273 


160 


159 


23 


14 






460 
322 


406 
287 


279 
203 


236 

167 


171 
114 


160 
113 


10 
6 


10 

7 






42£ 


446 


284 


288 


138 


141 


7 


17 






397 
535 
339 
394 
958 


372 
430 
301 
344 
945 


247 
337 
225 
255 
615 


230 
291 
188 
213 
595 


132 
182 
108 
131 
323 


133 
174 
109 
126 
319 


18 

16 

6 

8 

22 


9 

15 

4 

5 

31 






20,509 


19,648 


13,843 


12,814 


6,196 


6,122 


470 


712 








237 
414 
235 
951 
331 
146 
649 
806 
463 
711 
160 

1,362 
450 

1,037 


216 
408 
212 
957 
355 
148 
646 
998 
465 
650 
145 

1,270 
394 

1,010 


160 
272 
153 
645 
213 
92 
441 
533 
302 
489 
108 
909 
304 
709 


135 
260 
136 
631 
240 

93 
434 
690 
294 
429 

89 
823 
249 
662 


75 
137 

75 
289 
103 

47 
197 
250 
153 
211 

45 

425 

. 137 

301 


76 
1.35 

73 
282 
103 

47 
192 
2.38 
153 
209 

44 
415 
138 
302 


2 

5 

7 
17 
15 

7 

11 
23 

8 
11 

7 
28 

9 
27 


5 
13 

3 
44 
12 

8 
20 
70 
18 
12 
12 
32 

7 
46 






43 

44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
64 
65 
56 






; 


J 


^i^^A t-ayy 


i+-rti»Tr iTi t 


i« HistriR 


t — ComDrei 


lant 


tout 


le 


terntt 


)ire 



inoccupe et non-organise dans le district. 



122 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 



23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 



51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 



0. St. Damase 

p. St. Donat 

q. St. Edouard des Meohins (Dalibaire) 

St. Fabien 

Ste. Faicite 

(. Ste. Flavie 

u. St. Gabriel & St. Marcellin 

St. Jacques le Majeur (Causapscal) . . 

St. Jerfiine de Matane 

St. Jerflme de Matane, Villan;e 

St. Joseph de Lepage 

St. Luc(Tessier) 

. Ste. Luce 

. Ste. Marie de Sayabeo 

. St. Mathieu 

d^. St. Moise , 

c'. St. Octave de M^tis 

/^. St. Paul des Capucins (Romieux) . . 

g^. St. Pierre du Lao 

h^. St. Simon 

St. Ulric 

i'. St. Valerien 



189. Rouville, 



Districts & S.-Districts. 



Canrobert, Village 

L'Ange-Gardien 

Marieville, Village 

Notre-Dame de Bonsecours. 

Richelieu, Village 

Ste. Ang^e ". 

St. Cesaire 

St. C&aire, Village 

St. Hilaire 

St. Jean-Baptiste ... 

Ste. Marie de Monnoir 

St. Mathias 

St. Michel 

St. Paul d'Abbotsford 

St. Pie 



190. St. Hyacinthe. 



a. La Presentation 

h. Notre-Dame 

Providence, Village 

St. Bamabe 

e. St. Charles 

St. Damase 

St. Denis 

St. Hyacinthe, City — Cite . . . 

St. Hyacinthe le Confesseur. 

St. Joseph, Village 

k. St. Jude 

Ste. Marie-Magdeleine 

m. St. Thomas d'Aquin 



191. St. Jean <Sc Iberville, . 



Notre-Dame des Angps 

h. Notre-Dame de Stanbridge, Village . 
St. Blaise 

d. St. Jean, Town— Ville 

e. St. Jean I'Evangeliste 

/. St. Luc 

g. Ste. Marguerite de Blairfindie 



Area 
in acres 

Superficie 
en acres. 



33,792 
21,709 
75,060 
41,472 
47,104 
15,720 
34,100 
45,260 
24,083 
'288 
6,759 
58,265 
12,903 
35,533 
28,160 
40,140 
34,611 
64,922 
17,613 
14,643 
42,906 
19,710 

177,667 

170 
25,818 

338 
7,782 

587 
12,226 
14,163 

316 
12,738 
17,550 
19,158 
9,243 
11,919 
23,497 
22,162 

177,671 

20,180 

7,991 

733 

13,722 

18,432 

28,979 

26,032 

6,074 

3,460 

152 

33,894 

9,062 

8,960 

224,104 

8,923 

50 

19,587 

1,051 
15,051 
17,126 
17,024 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



Families. 
Families. 



133 
121 

8: 

270 
218 
174 
167 
189 
202 
173 
68 
81 
184 
162 
129 
142 
410 
40 
251 
130 
251 
121 

3,232 

65 
263 

257 
70 
78 
201 
280 
204 
245 
249 
203 
113 
156 
289 
559 

4,060 

243 

95 

155 

187 

176 

291 

387 

1,659 

132 

74 

303 

202 

156 

3,665 

56 
170 
177 
773 
118 
122 
179 



152 
145 

95 
286 
263 
188 
217 
219 
235 
200 

68 

90 
206 
ISO 
139 
160 
439 

43 
260 
137 
281 
131 

3,321 

66 
265 
272 
70 
82 
205 
285 
210 
271 
260 
210 
113 
156 
295 
561 

4,207 

261 

96 

162 

192 

179 

,305 

391 

1,714 

132 

77 

321 

215 

162 

3,855 

59 
175 
180 
801 
127 
137 
196 



Popula- 
tion. 



896 

802 

•5,57 

1,989 

1,445 

1,147 

1,038 

1,179 

1,528 

1,176 

414 

564 

1,235 

965 

893 

908 

2,499 

245 

1,482 

798 

1,725 

846 

15,990 

253 

1,433 

1,306 

385 

389 

954 

1,456 

865 

1,275 

1,298 

1,054 

657 

749 

1,333 

2,583 

21,543 

1,273 

521 

819 

913 

931 

1,446 

1,945 

9,210 

673 

352 

1,609 

1,0.37 

814 

19,536 

311 
907 
933 

4,030 
674 
717 

1,114 



RECENSEMBNT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



123 







Single. 


Marrierl. 


Widowed. I 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 




- 


— 




— 







— 


Femme. 


Non-mari^. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 


DivorcAs. 


N° 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


p. 




492 


404 


342 


250 


143 


142 


7 


12 






1 


402 


400 


268 


262 


125 


128 


9 


10 






2 


288 


269 


188 


169 


96 


93 


4 


7 






3 


1,003 


986 


688 


676 


289 


280 


26 


30 






4 


742 


703 


483 


452 


232 


234 


27 


17 






5 


584 


563 


396 


359 


176 


176 


12 


28 






6 


558 


480 


376 


294 


172 


170 


10 


16 






7 


651 


528 


410 


289 


230 


225 


U 


14 






8 


789 


739 


552 


505 


218 


218 


19 


16 






9 


578 


698 


397 


401 


168 


164 


13 


33 






10 


207 


207 


140 


142 


59 


59 


8 


6 






11 


285 


279 


193 


185 


86 


85 


6 


9 






12 


643 


592 


433 


372 


192 


187 


18 


33 






13 


509 


456 


336 


287 


167 


165 


6 


4 


:: 


14 


465 


428 


330 


279 


129 


131 


6 


18 






15 


492 


416 


342 


264 


136 


135 


14 


17 






16 


1,282 


1,217 


871 


783 


380 


376 


31 


58 






17 


124 


121 


82 


84 


36 


35 


6 


2 






18 


762 


720 


513 


475 


230 


230 


19 


15 






19 


401 


397 


273 


252 


118 


115 


10 


30 






20 


883 


842 


615 


568 


248 


249 


20 


25 






21 


417 


429 


285 


301 


121 


118 


11 


10 




22 


7,990 


8,000 


4,864 


4,729 


2,883 


2,808 


243 


463 


I 




122 


131 


69 


70 


44 


45 


9 


16 






23 


739 


694 


466 


427 


252 


242 


21 


25 






24 


609 


697 


360 


429 


214 


209 


35 


59 






25 


205 


180 


140 


114 


62 


61 


3 


5 






26 


215 


174 


133 


93 


70 


71 


6 


10 






27 


479 


475 


277 


260 


188 


186 


14 


29 






28 


733 


723 


453 


441 


265 


256 


15 


26 






29 


414 


451 


.237 


244 


169 


168 


8 


39 






30 


622 


653 


389 


402 


218 


217 


15 


34 






31 


678 


620 


431 


375 


225 


220 


22 


25 






32 


541 


513 


337 


305 


195 


187 


9 


21 






33 


337 


320 


216 


194 


112 


110 


9 


16 






34 


391 


358 


237 


196 


142 


137 


12 


25 






35 


653 


680 


371 


391 


259 


248 


23 


41 






36 


1,252 


1,331 


748 


788 


462 


451 


42 


92 






37 


10,377 


11,166 


6,297 


6,903 


3,694 


3,660 


386 


602 




1 




625 
275 
409 
460 
454 
739 
973 
4,181 
351 
179 
801 
517 
413 


648 
246 
410 


386 
177 
249 


414 
151 
245 


207 

90 

139 


207 

90 

141 


32 

8 

21 


27 

5 

24 






38 
39 
40 


453 
477 
707 
972 
5,029 
322 
173 
808 
520 
401 


262 
286 
444 
590 
2,526 
215 
105 
474 
326 
257 


251 
303 
411 
566 
3,223 
197 
93 
477 
317 
255 


179 
153 
267 
336 
1,515 
126 
71 
307 
170 
135 


177 
148 
264 
332 
1,507 
117 
70 
305 
167 
135 


19 
15 
28 
47 
140 
11 
3 
20 
21 
21 


25 
26 
32 
74 
298 
8 

10 
26 
36 
11 




1 


41 
42 
43 
'44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 


9,772 


9,764 


6,165 


5,984 


3,298 


3,261 


309 


519 








150 
457 
496 
1,919 
342 


161 
450 
437 
2,111 
332 


93 

290 

318 

1,193 

225 


103 
280 
269 
1,275 
214 


53 
150 
160 
674 
109 


51 
148 
157 
667 
109 


4 
17 
18 
52 

8 


7 

22 

11 

169 

9 

7 

20 






51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 


368 
589 


349 
525 


241 
409 


226 
347 


117 
161 


116 

158 


10 
19 






.57 



124 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 



47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
62 
63 
54 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



h. St. Paul 

i. St. Valentin 

j. Iberville, Town — Villp . 

k. St. Alexandre 

St. Athanase 

m. Ste. Anne de Sabrevoia. 

n. Ste. Brigide 

0. St. George d'Henriville . 
p. St. Gr^oire le Grand . . 
q. St. S^bastien 



192. Shefford . 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



d. North do do 

South do do 

/. Lennoxville, Village.. 
Orford 

h. St. Elied'Orford 



Ely, South— Sud 

Ely, North— Nord 

Granby 

Granby, Village 

Roxton 

Koxton Falls, Village 

St. Alphonse de Granby 

Ste. Cecile de Milton 

St. Joachim 

Ste. Prudentienne 

Ste. Prudentienne, Village . 

St. Valerien 

Shefford 

Stukely, North — Nord 

Stukely, South, Sud 

Waterloo, Town — Ville 

West Shefford, Village 



a. Ascot., 

6. Centre Ward — Quartier Centre. . 

c. East do do Est I Sherbrooke, 



Nord. . . 
Sud. 



City— Cite. 



104. Soulanges. 



Cadres, Village 

b. C6teau Landing, Village 

C6teau Station, Village . . 
d. Riviere Beaudette, ViUage. 

St. Clet 

/. St. Ignace 

St. Joseph de Soulanges . . . . 
A. St. Polycarpe. 

St. Polycarpe, Village 

St. Telesphore 

4. St. Zotique 



195. Stanstead. 



a. Barford 

Bamston 

0. Beebe Plain.s, Village . . . 

d. Coatioook, Town — Ville. 

e. DixvUle, Village 

/. Hatley 

g. Hatley, N., Village 

h. Magog . . . ; 



6,617 
12,211 
297 
15,136 
17,580 
19,208 
22,509 
19,823 
17,696 
14,215 

363,008 

33,849 
29,139 
38,882 

600 
47,132 

295 

8,909 

23,917 

34,157 

28,048 

784 
20,173 
27,614 
36,589 
31,600 

550 

770 

152,064 

54,416 

98 

1,311 

776 

765 

2,845 

57,856 

33,997 

87,111 

35 

117 

98 

84 

10,454 

12,655 

15,912 

18,298 

834 

17,704 

10,920 

276,786 

35,140 

63,041 
1,800 
2,800 
4,692 

67,464 
700 

35,253 



Houses. 
Demeurea. 



Families. 
Families. 



Popula 
tion. 



113 
93 
327 
320 
137 
133 
288 
189 
256 
214 

4,551 

298 
190 
405 
690 
277 
161 
106 
217 
221 
263 

82 
333 
307 
376 
180 
375 

70 

3,221 

697 
385 
501 
515 
587 
192 
202 
142 

1,824 

67 
115 
121 

43 
188 
240 
289 
253 

83 
238 
187 

3,882 

289 
540 
109 
556 

91 
524 

65 
174 



120 
100 
339 
327 
142 
146 
320 
203 
260 
224 

4,615 

309 
190 
424 
705 
278 
161 
106 
219 
221 
266 

82 
333 
313 
376 
183 
379 

70 

3,445 

714 
464 
527 
541 
636 
201 
212 
150 

1,851 

67 
115 
121 

43 
196 
246 
296 
253 

83 
240 
191 

4,005 

293 
553 
116 
590 

92 
531 

65 
183 



614 

563 

1,512 

1,608 

764 

685 

1,545 

1,110 

1,222 

1,227 

23,628 

1,643 
1,092 
2,119 
3,773 
1,563 

818 

541 
1,142 
1,126 
1,330 

339 
1,795 
1,425 
1,879 

895 
1,797 

351 

18,426 

3,702 
2,628 
2,774 
2,791 
3,572 
1,120 
1,096 
743 

9,928 

344 

578 

570 

235 

930 

1,463 

1,637 

1,515 

405 

1,301 

950 

18,998 

1,527 
2,482 

477 
2,880 

430 
2,508 

261 

852 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 125 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


- 


- 


— 




— 


— 






Femme. 


Non-maries. 


Maries. 


En V 


Buvage 


Divorces. 


N" 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


V. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. B. 


F. 


M. H. 


P. 




294 


320 


185 


209 


98 


91 


11 


20 






1 


270 


293 


173 


196 


91 


90 


6 


7 






2 


759 


753 


443 


409 


285 


283 


31 


61 






3 


798 


810 


477 


498 


286 


284 


35 


30 






4 


380 


384 


245 


242 


128 


130 


7 


12 






5 


355 


330 


226 


195 


121 


123 


8 


12 






6 


796 


749 


479 


427 


289 


288 


28 


34 






7 


554 


556 


379 


354 


161 


162 


14 


40 






8 


635 


587 


385 


340 


227 


217 


23 


30 






9 


610 


617 


404 


402 


188 


187 


18 


28 


• 




10 


11,989 


11,639 


7,393 


6,882 


4,281 


4,260 


314 


497 


] 






854 


789 


542 


475 


292 


294 


20 


20 






11 


561 


531 


372 


335 


173 


173 


16 


23 






12 


1,078 


1,041 


664 


610 


384 


386 


30 


45 






13 


1,832 


1,941 


1,140 


1,197 


653 


656 


39 


88 






14 


857 


706 


561 


418 


275 


269 


21 


19 






15 


419 


399 


241 


214 


164 


163 


14 


22 






16 


285 


256 


178 


153 


95 


95 


12 


8 






17 


562 


580 


351 


358 


196 


196 


15 


26 






18 


583 


543 


369 


318 


199 


200 


15 


25 






19 


687 


643 


414 


362 


256 


253 


17 


28 






20 


165 


174 


87 


94 


76 


75 


2 


5 






21 


899 


896 


560 


543 


329 


325 


10 


28 






22 


772 


653 


465 


352 


275 


269 


32 


32 






23 


961 


918 


598 


547 


340 


337 


23 


34 






24 


479 


416 


294 


229 


177 


167 


8 


20 






25 


820 


977 


462 


579 


322 


332 


35 


66 


1 




26 


175 


176 


95 


98 


75 


70 


5 


8 






27 


9,357 


9,069 


5,919 


6,410 
1,007 


3,212 


3,151 


226 


507 




1 




1,944 


1,758 


1,214 


680 


671 


50 


79 




1 


28 


1,278 


1,360 


828 


862 


421 


399 


29 


89 






29 


1,399 


1,375 


875 


821 


497 


492 


27 


62 






30 


1,323 


1,468 


796 


858 


494 


498 


33 


112 






31 


1,852 


1,720 


1,187 


1,037 


606 


582 


59 


101 






32 


585 


535 


398 


318 


172 


169 


15 


48 






33 


580 


516 


362 


294 


207 


207 


11 


15 






34 


396 


347 


259 


213 


135 


133 


2 


1 






35 


4,998 


4,930 


3,207 


3,083 


1,671 


1,633 


120 


214 








156 


188 


99 


126 


48 


51 


9 


11 






36 


297 


281 


190 


169 


101 


98 


6 


14 






37 


265 


305 


150 


192 


106 


102 


9 


11 






38 


120 


115 


79 


75 


34 


34 


7 


6 






39 


487 


443 


297 


266 


179 


163 


11 


14 






40 


713 


750 


468 


492 


227 


230 


' 18 


28 






41 


830 


807 


531 


496 


284 


276 


15 


i 






42 


782 


733 


522 


465 


242 


235 


18 


33 






43 


202 


203 


126 


120 


72 


70 


4 


13 






44 


663 


638 


448 


404 


204 


204 


11 


30 






45 


483 


467 


297 


278 


174 


170 


12 


19 






46 


9,469 


9,529 


5,474 


5,278 


3,735 


3,691 


255 


5.59 


5 


1 




756 


771 


463 


478 


280 


270 


13 


23 






47 


1,306 
227 


1,176 
250 


r49 
112 


585 
124 


519 
107 


516 
105 


37 
8 


75 
21 


1 




48 
49 


1,391 
215 


1,489 
215 


807 
121 


' 868 
110 


538 

87 


533 

87 


46 

7 


88 
18 






50 
51 


1,281 
120 


1,227 
141 


751 
56 


661 
69 


507 
63 


498 
63 


22 
1 


68 
9 


1 




52 
53 


456 


396 


261 


197 


176 


173 


19 


26 






54 



126 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
1.5 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



i. Magog, Town — Ville 

j. Bock Island, Village .... 

k. Stanstead 

I. Stanstead Plain, Village. 

196. Temiscouata 



Cabano, Paokington, & unorg. ter. — Ter. non-org, 

Caoouna 

CacounA, Village 

Fraserville, Town — Ville 

lie Verte 

Notre-Dame des Sept Douleurs 

Notre-Dame du Lao 

Notre-Dame du Portage (part) 

Riviere du Loup 

St. Antonin 

St. Arsene 

St. Clement 

St. Cyprien 

St. Eloi 

St. Epiphane 

Ste. Fran^oise 

St. Francois- Xavier & St. Hubert 

St. Honore 

St. Jean de Dieu & Randot 

St. Louis du Ha-Ha 

St. Modeete 

St. Paul de la Croix 

Ste. Rose du Degele 

Trois-Pistoles 



197. Terrebonne. 



48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
52 
54 
55 
56 



New Glasgow, Village 

Ste. Adele 

Ste. Agathe 

Ste. Agathe, Village 

Ste. Anne des Plaines. . . 

St. Faustin 

St. Hypolite 

St. Janvier 

St. Jerdme 

St. Jer6me, Town— Ville. 

St. .Jovite 

St. Louis de Terrebonne . . 

Ste. Lucie 

Ste. Marguerite 

St. Sauveur 

Ste. Sophie 

Ste. Ther^se 

Ste. Ther^se, Village 

Terrebonne, Town — Ville. 



198. Trois-Rlvieres & St. Maurice. 



a. Banlieue & Trois-Rivi^res 

Notre-Dame, Ward— Quartier..^ 

St. Louis do .. [Trois-Rivieres, 

d. St. Philippe do . . j City— Cite. . 

e. St. Ursule do . . J 

/. Pointe du Lac 

ff. St. Barnabe 

h. St. Boniface (Shawinigan) 

■i. St. Elie de Caxton 



Area 
in. acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



1,200 

400 

72,696 

1,600 

1,155,961 

546,782 

16,649 

42 

4,800 
29,765 

3,208 
31,949 
60,416 
16,295 
23,245 
13,722 
19,047 
20,480 
15,155 

.. (M 

22,220 
80,692 
.S7,888 
77,107 
27,239 
22,425 
20,173 
4.'5,315 
23,347 

500,366 

35 

33,950 

44,845 

1,738 

25,442 

51,223 

30,495 

14,381 

27,593 

2,682 

64,073 

19,469 

62,747 

34,549 

25,905 

29,032 

.S1,29,S 

400 

514 

1,607,200 

18,598 



3,600 

20,480 
26,829 
27,341 
30,106 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



Families. 
Families. 



636 
123 
647 
128 

4,441 

95 
113 
108 
748 
331 

44 
276 

74 

98 
184 
171 
140 

96 
128 
182 
111 
218 

79 
204 
257 
114 
134 
146 
390 

4,996 

29 
267 
289 
218 
325 
248 
176 
189 
369 
704 
309 
133 
163 
135 
274 
225 
292 
309 
342 

4,564 

122 
194 
714 
618 
25' 
221 
419 
673 
218 



Popula- 
tion. 



058 
123 
673 
128 

4,724 

111 
113 
112 
783 
348 

47 
297 

78 
120 
208 
175 
142 
100 
137 
189 
120 
220 

81 
211 
307 
117 
134 
165 
409 

5,150 

32 
277 
308 
237 
330 
253 
176 
190 
379 
724 
309 
136 
164 
135 
283 
231 
314 
309 
363 

4,699 

122 
194 
733 
641 
25T 
244 
421 
674 
234 



3,516 
615 

2,832 
618 

29,185 

640 

707 

589 

4,569 

2,256 

337 

1,845 

441 

699 

1,186 

1,093 

1,024 

607 

970 

1,278 

708 

1,395 

453 

1,357 

1,812 

817 

844 

963 

2,595 

26,816 

133 

1.546 

1,679 

1,073 

1,728 

1283 

961 

1,016 

2,072 

3,619 

1,752 

743 

874 

808 

1,511 

1,112 

1,543 

1,541 

1,822 

26,167 

758 
1,128 
4,116 
3,224 
1,513 
1,337 
2,291 
3,818 
1,375 



1 Area included in St. Fran^ois-Xavier & St. Hubert— Superficie comprise dans St. 
ft St. Hubert. 



Fran9ois-Xavier 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



127 





1 


Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


■ — 


— 




- 


— 




— 


Femme. 


Non-maries. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N« 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


I'. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


r. 


M. H. 


V. 




1,709 


1,807 


1,055 


1,111 


626 


629 


27 


67 


1 




1 


308 


307 


188 


171 


108 


106 


12 


30 






2 


1,445 


1,387 


766 


673 


619 


604 


58 


109 


2 


1 


3 


255 


363 


145 


231 


105 


107 


5 


25 






4 


14,885 


14,300 


10,069 


9,283 


4,508 


4,473 


308 


544 








340 


300 


238 


195 


95 


98 


7 


7 






5 


343 


364 


225 


238 


111 


110 


7 


16 






6 


291 


298 


184 


187 


94 


93 


13 


18 






7 


2,228 


2,341 


1,447 


1,499 


736 


721 


45 


121 






8 


1,149 


1,107 


768 


708 


350 


347 


31 


52 






9 


155 


182 


105 


128 


46 


47 


4 


7 






10 


939 


906 


647 


601 


276 


271 


16 


34 






11 


213 


228 


145 


151 


63 


63 


5 


14 






12 


364 


335 


256 


217 


102 


105 


6 


13 






13 


591 


595 


370 


372 


212 


208 


9 


15 






14 


578 


515 


387 


313 


175 


177 


16 


25 






15 


539 


485 


381 


326 


157 


149 


1 


10 






16 


314 


293 


221 


192 


92 


94 


1 


7 






17 


493 


477 


335 


318 


141 


144 


17 


15 






18 


667 


611 


468 


408 


183 


179 


16 


24 






19 


370 


338 


258 


215 


107 


109 


5 


14 






20 


717 


678 


497 


458 


208 


209 


12 


11 






21 


235 


218 


143 


127 


80 


78 


12 


13 






22 


736 


621 


519 


391 


213 


210 


4 


20 






23 


985 


827 


687 


532 


283 


283 


15 


12 






24 


426 


391 


294 


267 


120 


119 


12 


15 






25 


434 


410 


300 


277 


127 


127 


7 


6 






26 


511 


452 


346 


286 


157 


156 


8 


10 






27 


1,267 


1,328 


848 


887 


380 


376 


39 


65 






28 


13,617 


13,199 


8,715 


8,157 


4,578 


4,480 


324 


562 








65 


68 


44 


44 


19 


18 


2 


6 






29 


803 


743 


517 


461 


265 


256 


21 


26 






30 


893 


786 


604 


492 


278 


269 


11 


25 






31 


554 


519 


322 


291 


212 


201 


20 


27 






32 


87b 


852 


564 


530 


297 


284 


15 


38 






33 


669 


614 


421 


370 


233 


229 


15 


15 






34 


491 


470 


329 


309 


152 


147 


10 


14 






35 


496 


520 


316 


331 


168 


164 


12 


25 






36 


1,040 


1,032 


675 


654 


337 


337 


28 


41 






37 


1,744 


1,875 


1,063 


1,146 


637 


635 


44 


94 






38 


904 


848 


605 


542 


284 


283 


15 


23 






39 


387 


356 


251 


219 


121 


120 


15 


17 






40 


475 


399 


310 


242 


156 


152 


9 


5 






41 


427 


381 


291 


244 


131 


129 


5 


8 






42 


789 


722 


520 


440 


257 


252 


12 


30 






43 


571 


541 


366 


319 


190 


190 


15 


32 






44 


811 


732 


508 


446 


274 


252 


29 


34 






45 


737 


804 


467 


497 


248 


247 


22 


60 






46 


885 


937 


542 


580 


319 


315 


24 


42 






47 


13,164 


13,003 


8,438 


8,191 


4,425 


4,200 


301 


612 








381 


377 


249 


245 


124 


124 


8 


8 






48 


530 


598 


338 


375 


182 


187 


10 


36 






49 


1,949 


2,167 


1,249 


1,386 


647 


630 


53 


151 






50 


1,602 


1,622 


993 


947 


577 


572 


32 


103 






51 


667 


846 


417 


566 


235 


232 


15 


48 






52 


658 


679 


439 


453 


196 


192 


23 


34 






53 


1,128 


1,163 


719 


742 


391 


.S88 


18 


33 






54 


2,125 


1,693 


1,321 


1,022 


761 


611 


43 


60 






55 


754 


621 


478 


389 


260 


217 


16 


15 






56 



128 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 



19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 

as 

34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
3!) 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 



j. St. Etienne des Gres 

k. St. Mathieu 

I. St. Severe... 

m. Yaraachiche 

n. Yamaohiche, Village 

o. TJnorg. territory — Ter. non-organisu . 

199. Vaudreull 



a. Como, Village 

b. Dorion, Village 

c. Pointe Fortune, Village . . . 

d. Higaud 

e. Rigaud, Village 

/. Ste. Jeanne de rile Perrot. 
g. Ste. Justine de Newton , . . 
h, St. Lazare 

Ste. Marthe., 



j. Trte-St. Redempteur. 

*. Vaudreuil 

I. Vaudreuil, Village . . . 



200. "Wriffht. 



45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
64 
65 
56 



Aumond 

Aylmer, Town^Ville 

A^lwin 

Bigelow & Blake 

Bouchette 

Bouthillier. 

Bowman 

Cameron 

Eardley 

Egan 

Hincks .... 

Hull, City— Cit^ 

Hull 

Kensington 

Low 

Maniwaki 

Masham 

Northfield 

Pointe Gatineau, Village 

Sicotte, Lytton & Baskatong 

Templeton 

Robertson & Pope 

Wabasee 

Wakefield & Denholm 

Wright 

Unorg. territory — Ter. non-organise . 



201. Yamaska. 



La Bale du Eebvre 

La Visitation 

Notre-Dame de Pierreville . 

Pierreville, Village 

St. David 

St. Blph^ge 

St. Franjois 

St. Michel 

St. Pie de Guire 

St. Thomas 

St. Zephirin 

Yamaska, Village 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



30,618 

29,696 

7,987 

20,880 

112 

1,390,9.53 

128,414 

5,120 

.. n 

1,958 
10,730 
725 
10,667 
19,235 
19,455 
27,272 
14,841 
18,340 
71 

2,123,344 

75,264 

1,349 

47,308 

44,134 

64,921 

68,402 

33,535 

38,195 

47,821 

67,788 

60,100 

4,000 

82,226 

63,078 

71,680 

56,115 

67,584 

31,539 

1,022 

168,355 

87,483 

151,039 

46,080 

125,849 

46,080 

572,397 

183,705 

27,450 

8,192 

11,775 

117 
23,551 
12,082 
12,902 
24,997 
12,799 
20,669 
28,671 

500 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



310 
96 
152 
340 
190 
40 

1,820 

128 

43 

51 

234 

128 

149 

285 

247 

240 

76 

157 

77 

7,355 



382 
147 

60 
205 

48 

67 

81 
255 
241 
126 
2,312 
661 

85 
220 
232 
333 

88 
282 

89 
629 

85 

36 
352 
199 

42 

2,769 

323 
86 
168 
215 
379 
106 
467 
247 
211 
160 
261 
146 



Families. 



Popula- 
tion. 



ITamilles. 




330 


1,741 


96 


544 


152 


864 


371 


2,195 


190 


1,100 


40 


163 


1,854 


10,445 


128 


628 


48 


275 


53 


264 


242 


1,534 


136 


779 


156 


819 


287 


1,472 


248 


1,411 


240 


1,414 


81 


442 



158 

77 

7,8 

110 
406 
147 

60 
207 

51 

68 

81 
258 
266 
126 
2,671 
675 

88 
221 
249 
349 

88 
290 

91 
629 

96 

42 
353 
205 

42 

2,905 

323 
96 
191 
233 
402 
107 
467 
264 
231 
167 
266 
158| 



1,022 
385 

44,800 

658 
2,291 

805 

354 
1,420 

277 

427 

623 
1,477 
1,590 

782 

13,993 

3,887 

531 
1,300 
1,512 
2,081 

530 
1,583 

644 
3,778 

490 

222 
1,944 
1,369 

232 

16,204 

1,902 

560 

996 

1,108 

2,050 

717 

2,639 

1,575 

1,268 

932 

1,695 

762 



' Area included in Vaudreuil— Superficie comprise dans Vaudreuil. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



129 



Male. 
Homme. 



905 
284 
455 
1,135 
516 
75 

5,362 

299 
132 
138 
808 
408 
423 
757 
735 
707 
230 
544 
181 

23,284 



1,106 
436 
198 
732 
152 
221 
328 
795 
873 
427 

7,070 

2,015 
284 
690 
783 

1,107 
282 
831 
371 

2,020 
266 
102 
995 
707 
130 

8,220 

945 
288 
521 
552 

1,006 
372 

1,311 
843 
629 
484 
893 
376 



Female. 
Femme. 



Single. 
Non-maries. 



F. 



260 

409 

1,060 

584 



5,083 

329 
143 
126 
726 
371 
396 
715 
676 
707 
212 
478 
204 

21,516 

295 
1,185 
369 
156 
688 
125 
206 
295 
683 
717 
355 
6,923 
1,872 
247 
610 
729 
974 
248 
752 
273 
1,758 
224 
120 
949 
662 
102 

7,9 

957 
272 
475 
556 

1,044 
345 

1,328 
732 
639 
448 
802 
386 



587 
189 
301 
785 
330 
43 

3,532 

182 

81 

89 

.563 

289 

271 

475 

486 

447 

152 

387 

110 

15,446 

256 
698 
292 
141 
518 
105 
149 
229 
527 
625 
305 
4,403 
1,347 
194 
483 
538 
775 
193 
538 
260 
1,.367 
177 
63 
676 
492 
95 

5,278 

626 
196 
337 
335 
615 
259 
818 
572 
397 
294 
596 
233 



Married. 
Marias. 



512 
159 
253 
710 
376 
56 

3,156 

195 
90 
76 
475 
245 
231 
420 
410 
442 
136 
308 
122 

13,411 

196 

720 

226 

94 

469 

81 

138 

191 

412 

478 

225 

4,170 

1,180 

158 

390 

480 

629 

162 

438 

176 

1,067 

138 

79 

609 

437 

68 

4,961 



186 
289 
324 
640 
228 
832 
455 
388 
265 
493 
233 



Widowed. 
En veuvage. 



296 
95 
147 
317 
169 
28 

1,711 

112 

45 

46 

221 

112 

144 

264 

233 

244 

73 

150 

67 

7,337 

99 
375 
132 

55 
199 

45 

67 

98 
246 
223 
113 
2,516 
634 

85 
190 
221 
312 

88 
276 
103 
610 

86 

38 
285 
208 

33 

2,716 



171 
203 
373 
104 
445 
252 
212 
174 
282 
130 



299 

93 
146 
314 
168 

27 

1,694 

112 

44 

42 

217 

109 

146 

263 

233 

244 

70 

14! 

67 

7,222 

93 
386 
131 

56 
198 

42 

66 

98 
241 
224 
118 
2,450 
621 

83 
185 
221 
311 

83 
276 

87 
611 

86 

36 
285 
201 

33 

2,691 

285 
82 
170 
204 
358 
103 
433 
252 
218 
174 
281 
131 



22 



17 
4 

118 

5 

6 

3 

24 

7 

8 

18 

15 

16 

5 

7 

4 

499 



12 

2 

15 

2 

5 

1 

22 

25 

9 

151 

34 

5 

17 

24 

19 

1 

17 

8 



226 

33 

8 
13 
14 
18 

9 
48 
19 
20 
16 
15 
13 



Divorced. 
Divorc^. 



25 
8 
10 
36 
40 
5 

233 

22 

3 

8 

34 

17 

19 

32 

33 

21 

6 

23 

15 



79 

12 

6 

21 

2 

2 

6 

29 

15 

12 

303 

71 

6 

35 
28 
34 
3 
38 
10 
80 



55 

24 

1 

332 

44 
4 
16 
28 
46 
14 
63 
25 
33 
9 
28 
221 





48 




49 




50 




51 




52 




53 




54 




55 




66 



A— 9 



130 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, ^Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 

38 
.39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

62 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 



Distriota & S.-Diatriota. 



Unorganized Districts- 

Abitibi 

Ashuanipi 

Mistasaini 

The Territories — I<e8 Terrltolres., 

202. Alberta 






d\ 



y'- 



^tna 

Airdrie 

Alpaugh ' 

Anthracite 

Athabaska Landing 

Banff 

Beaumont 

Beaver Dam 

Beaver Lake 

Beaver Lake, East— Est. . . 

Beaver Lake, West — Ouest. 

Blairmore 

Blindraan 

Boundary Creek 

Bowden 

Bruderheim 

Burnt Lake 

Calgary, Centre 

Calgary, East — Est 

Calgary, North — Nord 

Calgary, South — Sud 

Calgary, West— Ouest 

Canmore 

Cardston 

Carstairs 

Cassils 

Clover Bar .... 

Cochrane 

Colchester 

Conjuring Creek 

Coutts 

Cowley 

Creuzot 

Cut Bank 

Davisburg 

Didsbury 

Dogpound 

Dunamel 

Edmonton, East — Est 

Edmonton, West— Ouest 

Egg Lake 

Eisnburn 

Fort Saskatchewan 

Frederiokheim 

Gladys 

Gleichen 

Glengarry 

Grassy Lake 

High River 

Horse Hills 

Innisfail 

Josephburg 

Jumping Pound 

Kananaskis 

Kimball 

Kneehill 

Lac La Biche 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



69,879,160 

187,932,617 

64,973,212 

35,188 

288,023 

1,173,700 

130,327 

7,284,760 

548,800 

101,077 

105,567 

234,000 

318,252 

120,000 

254,800 

2,050,000 

31,278 

51,840 

72,500 

1,254,400 

7 

1,504 

79,763 

22,528 

63,360 

465,086 

67,120 

204,800 

1,564,191 

69,782 

130,000 

115,000 

144.000 

961,815 

56,090 

117,370 

130,000 

30,000 

168,773 

273,600 

859,015 

7,490 

25,110 

143,000 

50,080 

85,500 

60,000 

150,240 

413,661 

19,545 

1,023,760 

385,] 20 

23,474 

77,000 

57,381 

136,320 

119,000 

145,920 

97,736 

1,613,180 



Housea. 
Demeurea, 



420 

32,195 

13,791 

45 

19 

95 

41 

63 

50 

104 

24 

94 

15 

47 

55 

138 

55 

77 

143 

109 

260 

192 

203 

141 

186 

85 

187 

49 

17 

117 

69 

166 

103 

22 

40 

84 

34 

46 

101 

14 

161 

223 

294 

33 

24 

202 

89 

47 

138 

41 

17 

86 

54 

192 

87 

40 

3 

71 

105 

139 



Families. 
Families. 



571 

34,291 

14,823 

47 

19 

95 

41 

53 

50 

104 

24 

94 

T5 

49 

56 

139 

55 

77 

143 

109 

262 

192 

204 

141 

186 

85 

191 

49 

17 

117 

69 

171 

103 

22 

40 

84 

34 

46 

121 

14 

161 

227 

295 

37 

25 

202 

92 

47 

387 

42 

18 

88 

64 

194 

91 

42 

3 

71 

105 

141 



Popula- 
tion. 



2,405 



158,940 

65,876 

259 
67 
375 
167 
268 
271 
532 
71 
457 
77 
252 
257 
489 
182 
346 
610 
386 

1,412 
912 
858 
678 

1,005 
450 
915 
166 
77 
466 
236 
893 
4.39 
89 
212 
346 
132 
201 
553 
36 
654 

1,139 

1,487 
163 
100 
987 
418 
206 

1,254 
214 
89 
420 
293 
898 
486 
154 
14 
293 
437 
655 



BECENSEMENT DTJ CANADA, 1901. 131 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



Hcmme. 



Female. 
Femme. 



Single. 
Non-mari&. 



1,367 



87,438 
36,886 

146 

48 
218 
111 
148 
168 
289 

51 
263 

43 
144 
221 
304 
108 
192 
337 
213 
843 
524 
473 
359 
524 
.<*28' 
503 
110 

59 
263 
155 
476 
225 

70. 
132 
179 

89 
111 
299 

22 
377 
607 
770 

81 

63 
564 
217 
132 
673 
127 



280 
157 
499 
254 
103 
9 
159 
267 
342 



1,038 



71,502 

28,990 

113 
19 
157 
56 
120 
103 
243 

20 
194 

34 
108 

36 
185 

74 
154 
273 
173 
569 
388 
885 
319 
481 
122 
412 

56 

18 
203 

81 
417 
214 

19 

80 
167 

43 

90 
254 

14 
277 
532 
717 

72 

37 
423 
201 

74 
581 

87 

20 
140 
136 
399 
232 

51 

5 

134 

170 

313 



798 

57,597 
24,373 

103 
34 

140 
64 

98 
112 
196 

37 
173 

27 

99 
164 
213 

73 
123 
.225 
142 
580 
337 
325 
219 
367 
216 
343 

74 

38 
161 
108 
819 
145 

60 

95 
118 

65 

80 
190 

15 
253 
415 
495 

50 



392 
136 

96 
360 

86 

33 
216 
106 
332 
167 

75 

6 

101 

185 

224 



Married. 
Maries. 



542 

41,669 

16,768 

70 

8 

85 

31 

73 

54 

154 

7 

102 

22 

66 

16 

98 

41 

91 

164 

104 

332 

204 

226 

185 

311 

71 

253 

24 

8 

109 

50 

264 

137 

12 

60 

139 

24 

58 

153 

3 

158 

329 

458 

45 

21 

253 

117 

38 

210 

52 

10 

79 

85 

232 

148 

24 

2 

73 

95 

180 



624 

28,141 

11,858 

42 
13 

78 

44 

46 

51 

84 

13 

90 

14 

42 

55 

88 

31 

66 

106 

67 

245 

184 

142 

134 

151 

10? 

156 

33 

23 

99 

41 

150 

78 

9 

34 

56 

22 

31 

106 

7 

115 

184 

261 

26 

16 

169 

78 

34 

290 

33 

36 

61 

46 

160 

83 

25 

3 

58 

76 

113 



Widowed. 
En veuvage. 



446 

27,152 

11,199 

42 

11 

70 

23 

43 

47 

83 

11 

87 

12 

40 

19 

84 

29 

61 

103 

63 

212 

179 

149 

125 

145 

50 

150 

32 

9 

92 

31 

148 

75 

7 

29 

56 

19 

32 

98 

6 

113 

186 

241 

26 

16 

164 

78 

32 

312 

31 

10 

58 

45 

158 

80 

25 

3 

57 

72 

116 



45 

1,690 

651 

1 
1 

3 
4 
5 



2 
3 
4 
3 
6 
4 
18 
3 
6 
6 
6 
4 
4 
3 

3 
6 
6 
2 
1 
3 



14 
5 
1 
3 
3 
2 

23 



Divorced. 
Divorces. 



50 

2,672 
1,019 



2 
1 
3 
3 
2 
6 
6 

25 
5 

10 
9 

25 
1 
9 

1 

2 

5 
2 

1 
2 



6 

17 

18 

1 

6 
6 
4 
59 
4 

3 
6 
9 
4 
2 



N» 



17 



A.-n 



132 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition, 



No. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 



Districts & S.-Districts. 



P- 



fe*. 



Laeombe 

Lac Ste. Anno , 

Laggan 

Lamerton ■ 

Lamoureux 

LangdoQ 

Leavitt 

. Leduc , 

Legal 

Lethbridge, North — Nord . 

Lethbridge, South— Sud. . . 

Lineham 

Little Bow 

Little Red Deer 

Livingston 

Logan 

Macleod 

. Magrath 

Millarville 

Millet 

Morley 

Morinville 

Mountain Mill 

Mountain View 

Nanton 

New Norway 

Nose Creek 

Okotoks 

Olds 

Olsen 

Pakan 

Pekisko 

Penhold 

Pincher Creek 

Pine Creelc , 

Pine Lake 

Plant . . 

Ponoka 

Poplar Lake 

Porcupine 

Pretty Hill 

Priddis 

Queenstown 

Quill Lake ... 

Rabbit Hills 

Red Deer 

Red Deer Lake 

Red Lodge , . . 

Rosebud 

Rose Ridge 

St. Albert 

Ste. Emerence 

St. Pierre 

Saddle Lake 

Shepard 

Springbank 

Spruce Grove 

Stand Off 

Star 

Sterling 

Stony plain Centre 

Strathoona, Bast — Est 

Strathcona, West— Guest . 

Sturgeon 

TaU Creek 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 



142,000 

5,.343,017 

940,800 

610,324 

190,000 

229,366 

35,840 

63,000 

164,318 

552,960 

155,907 

311,040 

962,000 

707.024 

153,245 

90,000 

328,000 

382,720 

345,600 

1,182,590 

311,000 

29,092 

130,000 

211,338 

638,720 

97,000 

336,460 

70,000 

338,199 

288,000 

660,000 

414,720 

38,400 

114,182 

58,680 

177,280 

87,000 

2,280,000 

35,211 

599,424' 

586,850 

230,400 

704,000 

230,000 

40,000 

68,000 

609,480 

76,000 

576,000 

19,545 

35,211 

61,000 

61,000 

842,000 

80,128 

58,685 

135,000 

383,612 

120,000 

184,320 

92,060 

11,635 

10,368 

27,385 

1,600,440 



Houses. 
Denieures. 



436 
94 
14 
49 



Families. 
Families. 



Popular 
tion. 



436 

120 

14 

49 



86 


86 


26 


26 


70 


70 


202 


202 


56 


58 


157 


157 


.•521 


327 


26 


26 


11 


12 


18 


18 


69 


69 


37 


38 


379 


381 


99 


99 


43 


43 


121 


122 


23 


213 


91 


91 


.SO 


31 


106 


106 


23 


23 


130 


131 


76 


76 


146 


150 


286 


287 


.S4 


34 


84 


85 


19 


19 


80 


80 


196 


199 


81 


82 


30 


3U 


49 


49 


320 


429 


86 


88 


18 


19 


70 


70 


25 


28 


4 


4 


18 


18 


129 


135 


168 


176 


162 


162 


31 


31 


20 


22 


66 


66 


134 


142 


105 


132 


81 


101 


82 


94 


56 


56 


120 


128 


168 


190 


268 


.327 


141 


147 


80 


80 


130 


131 


136 


136 


2,39 


249 


65 


65 


51 


60 



1,444 

508 

70 

213 

387 

126 

395 

783 

249 

864 

1,462 

83 

48 

61 

260 

169 

1,701 

504 

207 

544 

749 

396 

85 

.'^31 

95 

594 

377 

671 

1,226 

134 

306 

70 

318 

837 

381 

129 

212 

1,657 

485 

88 

316 

101 

14 

35 

781 

851 

782 

116 

71 

310 

9G0 

485 

454 

370 

158 

398 

920 

1,434 

712 

441 

651 

642 

1,290 

253 

255 



1 Including 96,384 acres of unorganized territory — Comprenant 96,384 acres de territoire non- 
organist. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 



13? 



Tableau vii 


. Superficies, Demeures, Families, 


Population, Sexe 


, Etat civil. 








Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


— 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 




— 


Femme. 


Noii-mari&. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 


l)ivorc&. 


KT 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


F. 




828 


616 


544 


358 


264 


242 


20 


16 






1 


252 


256 


160 


148 


84 


83 


8 


25 




.. 


2 


53 


17 


30 


10 


23 


7 


, , 








3 


119 


94 


77 


55 


42 


39 










4 


215 


172 


146 


110 


62 


56 


7 


6 






5 


81 


45 


57 


28 


24 


16 




1 






6 


203 


192 


139 


128 


63 


63 


1 


1 






7 


434 


3 49 


282 


207 


H4 


135 


8 


6 




1 


8 


153 


96 


109 


56 


40 


39 


3 


1 


1 




9 


546 


318 


398 


182 


145 


127 


3 


9 






10 


834 


628 


565 


306 


252 


244 


17 


18 






11 


67 


16 


52 


7 


13 


9 


2 


^ . 






12 


41 


7 


34 


1 


6 


6 


1 








13 


37 


24 


24 


15 


11 


9 


2 


.. 






14 


167 


93 


113 


46 


46 


43 


8 


4 


, , 




15 


96 


73 


64 


43 


30 


28 


2 


2 






16 


969 


732 


6'>S 


367 


329 


316 


17 


49 






17 


296 


20S 


207 


135 


89 


72 




1 






IS 


138 


69 


100 


.36 


36 


32 


2 


1 






19 


311 


2.33 


209 


1.39 


98 


87 


4 


7 






20 


353 


396 


203 


206 


145 


143 


5 


47 






21 


211 


185 


141 


119 


66 


66 


4 








23 


56 


29 


43 


15 


12 


12 


1 


2 






23 


210 


241 


203 


153 


83 


81 


4 


7 






24 


71 


24 


57 


14 


13 


10 


1 








25 


337 


257 


224 


160 


99 


93 


14 


4 






26 


209 


U8 
2o5 


144 


101 


62 


60 


3 


1 






27 


406 


274 


143 


128 


114 


4 


8 






28 


70 1 


522 


451 


286 


238 


219 


15 


17 






29 


81 


53 


60 


35 


19 


16 


2 


2 






30 


139 


177 


109 


98 


76 


74 


4 


3 






31 


52 


18 


42 


8 


10 


8 




2 






32 


182 


136 


1?7 


91 


54 


44 


1 


1 






33 


481 


356 


315 


201 


158 


139 


8 


16 






34 


235 


146 


168 


83 


61 


55 


6 


8 






35 


96 


33 


77 


13 


18 


17 


1 


3 






36 


119 


93 


77 


56 


36 


35 


6 


2 






37 
3^ 


911 


746 


558 


394 


334 


317 


19 


31 




1 


239 


226 


173 


147 


75 


72 


11 


7 






39 


59 


29 


42 


14 


17 


15 










40 


ir9 


137 


120 


82 


55 


54 


4 


1 






41 


58 


43 


43 


23 


15 


16 




4 






42 


8 


6 


5 


4 


3 


2 










43 


28 


7 


32 


3 


6 


4 










44 


3D5 


386 


271 


259 


120 


118 


4 


9 






45 


501 


350 


340 


205 


153 


133 


8 


12 






46 


423 


359 


274 


224 


138 


128 


11 


6 




1 


47 


6b 


50 


46 


29 


19 


19 


1 


2 






4S 


53 


18 


39 


10 


10 


8 


4 








40 


176 


134 


117 


86 


52 


47 


7 


1 






50 


516 


444 


379 


315 


121 


119 


15 


10 


1 




51 


255 


230 


158 


126 


88 


89 


9 


15 






52 


237 


217 


164 


138 


67 


71 


6 


8 






53 


185 


185 


116 


103 


67 


67 


2 


15 






54 


100 


58 


65 


27 


34 


28 


1 


3 






55 


207 


191 


115 


80 


82 


80 


10 


31 






56 


507 


413 


336 


245 


163 


154 


8 


14 






57 


689 


745 


386 


291 


287 


330 


16 


124 






58 


374 


338 


241 


206 


132 


129 


1 


3 






5!) 


23c 


208 


157 


134 


73 


72 


3 


2 






60 


352 


299 


236 


184 


U2 


107 


4 


8 






61 


351 


291 


233 


178 


113 


107 


5 


6 






62 


713 


677 


478 


331 


22r 


213 


9 


13 






63 


140 


113 


98 


72 


39 


38 


3 


3 






64 


155 


100 


117 


56 


37 


38 


1 


6 






65 



134 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



1 
2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



<*. 



Tindastoll 

Two Lakes 

Urquhart 

Wetaskiwin 

Whitefish Lake .... 
White Whale Lake. 

Whitford 

Willow Dale 

Wintering Hills 

Woodpecker 

Wostock 

Yarrow 



203. Assinlboia, East— Est. 



13 


a. 


14 


b. 


15 


c. 


16 


d. 


17 


e. 


18 


f. 


19 


.0. 


20 


h. 


21 


I, 


22 


,?■ 


23 


k. 


24 


I. 


2.') 


m. 


26 


n. 


27 


0. 


28 


p. 


29 


<?• 


30 


r. 


31 


s. 


32 


t. 


33 


u. 


34 


V. 


35 


w. 


3K 


X. 


37 


.'/■ 


38 


2. 


39 


a'. 


40 


6^. 


41 


c'. 


42 


rfi. 


43 


el. 


44 


f. 


4,5 


7'. 


4fi 


/!,'. 


47 


ii. 


48 


»'. 


49 


*!. 


.50 


IK 


.51 


m> 


,52 


n'. 


,53 


oK 


54 


PK 


65 


?'. 


.56 


r'. 


57 


s'. 


,58 


tK 


59 


u^. 


60 


ill. 


61 


KJI. 


62 


nK 


63 


/^ 



Alameda 

Alma 

Balcarres., 

Beaverdale 

Bellegarde 

Eenbeoula 

Beresina 

Broadview 

Brookside 

Carievale 

Carlsruhe 

Carlyle 

, Cannington 

Camduff 

Carnoustie... 

Chickney 

Churchbridge. . . 

Clare 

Clumber 

Cotham 

Crescent 

Crooked Lakes 

Dalesboro 

Dauphinais 

Devils Lake ... 

Dongola 

. Dunleath 

Ebenezer. . 

Echo 

. Ellisboro 

Estfevan 

. Fairmede 

Ferndale 

File Hills 

Fishing Lake 

Fleming 

Fletwode 

Foam Lake 

. Forest Farm 

Fort Qu'Appelle. 
Gainsborough . . . 
Glen Adelaide. . 

Glen Ewen 

Glen Lynn 

Grenfeil, North- 
Gienfell, South- 

Hayward 

Heron 

Highview 

Hillburn 

Hillf arm 



-Nord . 
Sud . , . 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



1,019,200 

4,347,520 
181,000 

1,792,000 
469,480 

2,408,240 

534,000 

55,257 

2,373,120 
990,720 
219,000 
204,326 

14,841,393 

217,000 

410,795 

47,818 

334,726 

215,181 

37,662 

131,499 

270,000 

46,948 

95,636 

35,863 

158,449 

196,270 

143,454 

42,500 

35,863 

54,218 

70,422 

47,818 

147,500 

304,740 

107,590 

105,633 

251,044 

390,907 

86,000 

83,681 

71,727 

35,863 

51,320 

565,057 

70,422 

55,000 

149,214 

257,021 

59,773 

129,107 

143,454 

58,500 

129,000 

107,591 

77,802 

134,947 

9,3,896 

60,000 

286,740 

178,318 

95,636 

70.422 

35;863 

35,863 



Houses. 



Demeures. 



Families. 
FamUlea. 



48 
10 

101 

438 
97 
63 

443 

78 

25 

6 

360 
25 

9,825 

178 
105 
41 
117 
97 
48 
90 

267 
64 

134 
77 

203 
65 

191 
49 
50 
39 

118 
40 
33 
43 

230 
87 
48 

2.58 
75 
38 

109 
35 
73 
68 
42 
55 
95 
29 

127 
50 
18 
82 

148 

113 
36 

118 
72 

102 

140 
29 
13 
30 
52 
40 



48 

10 

111 

560 

123 

65 

443 

82 

25 

6 

362 

25 

10,377 

178 

108 

42 

118 
97 
48 

100 

274 
64 

134 
77 

203 
65 

191 
49 
51 
42 

124 
40 
33 
48 

230 
87 
48 

439 
77 
39 
■ 111 
35 
73 
68 
42 
55 
95 
34 

127 
50 
18 
82 

148 

115 
36 

121 
72 

105 

140 
29 
13 
30 
52 
40 



Popula - 
tion. 



207 

47 

432 

2,616 

322 

246 

1,831 

320 

96 

17 

1,873 

97 

49,693 

768 

388 - 

166 

563 

398 

246 

593 

1,097 
299 
570 
470 
713 
298 
756 
190 
223 
186 
413 
227 
143 
190 

1,108 
327 
194 

1,723 
328 
200 
573 
197 
295 
348 
215 
249 
400 
141 
555 
229 
119 
365 
773 
516 
163 
558 
314 
518 
641 
120 
30 
108 
281 
207 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 



135 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 




- 




- 




- 







— 


Femme. 


Non-mari6s. 


Marias. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme . 
























M. H. 


P. 


M. H. 


F. 


M.' H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 




114 


93 


74 


54 


38 


35 


2 


4 






1 


26 


21 


17 


11 


9 


9 




1 








2 


236 


196 


152 


114 


80 


81 


4 


1 








3 


1,438 


1,178 


943 


712 


465 


436 


30 


30 








4 


163 


159 


82 


66 


73 


74 


8 


19 








5 


145 


101 


97 


43 


45 


46 


3 


12 








6 


941 


890 


658 


512 


377 


372 


6 


6 






[\ 


7 


176 


144 


108 


82 


64 


60 


4 


2 








8 


G8 


28 


50 


12 


17 


15 


1 


1 








9 


15 


2 


12 


1 


3 


1 












10 


967 


906 


. 614 


549 


348 


341 


5 


16 








11 


57 


40 


39 


24 


16 


14 


2 


2 








12 


27,082 


22,611 


17,609 


13,013 


8,919 


8,727 


553 


871 


1 


.. 




453 


315 


304 


185 


137 


122 


12 


8 






13 


237 


151 


159 


86 


72 


62 


6 


3 






14 


102 


64 


72 


36 


29 


27 


1 


1 






15 


311 


252 


206 


142 


102 


100 


3 


10 






16 


240 


158 


176 


96 


60 


54 


4 


8 






17 


147 


99 


112 


60 


34 


34 


1 


5 






18 


315 


278 


220 


178 


93 


94 


2 


6 






19 


567 


530 


334 


283 


221 


197 


12 


50 






20 


162 


137 


113 


85 


47 


44 


2 


8 




, , 


21 


348 


222 


235 


. 117 


104 


101 


9 


4 






22 


256 


214 


171 


128 


81 


80 


4 


6 






23 


421 


292 


280 


141 


129 


134 


12 


17 






24 


164 


134 


113 


84 


48 


47 


3 


3 






25 


417 


339 


267 


195 


138 


134 


12 


10 






26 


110 


80 


71 


43 


38 


37 


1 








27 


131 


92 


93 


56 


36 


33 


2 


3 






28 


109 


77 


73 


44 


34 


33 


2 


. , 






29 


247 


166 


168 


93 


73 


69 


6 


4 






30 


118 


109 


79 


68 


36 


36 


3 


5 






31 


71 


72 


44 


43 


24 


23 


2 


6 


1 




32 


98 


92 


56 


53 


39 


38 


3 


1 






33 


558 


550 


347 


342 


205 


201 


6 


7 






34 


187 


140 


12fi 


81 


59 


55 


2 


4 






35 


93 


101 


53 


57 


36 


37 


4 


7 






36 


857 


866 


427 


415 


397 


407 


33 


44 






37 


1«0 


148 


115 


85 


62 


62 


3 


1 






38 


116 


84 


85 


56 


26 


23 


5 


5 


' 's 




39 


291 


282 


188 


178 


101 


102 


2 


2 






40 


99 


98 


68 


67 


29 


28 


2 


3 






41 


179 


116 


137 


68 


50 


46 


2 


2 






42 


200 


148 


142 


97 


52 


49 


6 


2 






43 


129 


86 


95 


51 


32 


30 


2 


5 






44 


136 


113 


91 


68 


43 


43 


2 


2 






45 


195 


205 


103 


96 


82 


86 


10 


23 






46 


74 


67 


44 


33 


27 


29 


3 


5 






47 


321 


234 


208 


126 


104 


102 


9 


6 






48 


134 


95 


90 


53 


41 


38 


3 


4 




' _ , 


49 


60 


59 


36 


37 


20 


19 


4 


3 






50 


202 


163 


131 


97 


67 


65 


4 


1 






51 


431 


342 


293 


218 


122 


116 


16 


8 






52 


277 


239 


175 


142 


99 


93 


3 


4 






53 


94 


69 


64 


40 


30 


29 


- , , 


. , 






54 


309 


249 


217 


160 


87 


86 


5 


3 






55 


188 


126 


133 


74 


52 


49 


3 


3 






56 


284 


234 


195 


142 


89 


86 




6 






57 


385 


256 


271 


153 


98 


96 


" 16 


7 






58 


72 


48 


51 


27 


21 


21 




.. 






59 


19 


11 


12 


7 


6 


4 


1 




.. 




60 


61 


47 


38 


28 


22 


19 


1 


,. 






61 


166 


115 


12E 


67 


40 


40 


1 


8 






62 


129 


78 


94 


45 


32 


30 


• 


3 






63 

• 



136 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
60 
51 
62 
63 
64 
55 
66 
57 
58 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



69 
60 
61 
62 
63 



6». 



Horse Lake 

Hyde 

Indian Head 

Insinger . . . 

Katepwa. 

Kamsack 

Kaposvar 

Kenlis 

Kinbrae 

Kranzberg 

Langenburg 

McNutt 

Maryfield 

. Moffatt 

Montgomery 

Montmartre 

Moosoinin, North — Nord . 

Moosomin, South — Sud . . . 

Newdorf 

New Hastings 

North Portal 

Ohien 

Otthon 

Oxbow 

Pelly 

Perceval 

Percy 

Pheasant Forks 

Prosperity 

Qu'Appelle 

Qu'Ap'pelle, South — Sud. . 

Red Jacket 

Riga 

Riversdale 

Rocanville ; . 

Roche Percee 

St. Raffael 

Saltcoats 

Sheho 

Sintaluta 

Spring Creek 

Spy Hill 

Summerberry 

Taehe , 

Tiree 

Touchwood 

Wapella..., 

Wawota 

Weyburn 

Weyburn, North — Nord . , . 

Whitesand 

Whitewood 

Wide Awake 

Willocks 

Winlaw 

Wishart 

Wolseley 

Yorktou 



204. Assiniboia, West— Quest. 



a. Arat 

b. Balgonie . . 

c. Big Stick Lake . 

d. Bonarm 

Buck Lake .... 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



170,590 

70,000 

52,068 

377,290 

22,000 

318,497 

49,000 

47,818 

71,727 

44,000 

83,681 

95,636 

59,773 

363,847 

164,318 

281,688 

27,000 

43,500 

83,681 

59,772 

47,818 

85,000 

107,670 

128,000 

637,946 

23,474 

162,581 

239,090 

31,878 

72,000 

68,500 

29,886 

24,909 

66,458 

63,795 

189,097 

75,567 

175,.332 

123,221 

75,650 

95,636 

117,370 

52,816 

246,477 

36,788 

271,911 

90,781 

47,483 

938,960 

352,110 

47,818 

111,500 

43,500 

105,633 

35,863 

179,317 

52,816 

209,203 

41,657,153 

41,668 
46,948 
803,985 
48,904 
70,422 



6 

97 

228 

168 

46 

242 

88 

92 

17 

21 

. 44 

82 

43 

93 

68 

20 

30 

225 

114 

101 

37 

92 

55 

225 

308 

38 

96 

51 

54 

363 

66 

45 

21 

44 

43 

54 

24 

150 

36 

197 

70 

60 

71 

55 

54 

93 

167 

32 

21 

98 

19 

185 

58 

22 

39 

53 

166 

287 

3,701 

66 

78 
15 
29 

7 



Families. 
Families. 



6 
99 

228 

168 

46 

289 

88 

93 

17 

21 

45 

93 

43 

95 

68 

22 

30 

227 

114 

101 

37 

98 

55 

226 

481 

38 

96 

52 

54 

363 

67 

45 

21 

44 

43 

55 

24 

156 

37 

197 

70 

62 

72 

67 

54 

119 

172 

32 

23 

100 

19 

185 

58 

22 

41 

53 

170 

288 

3,731 

66 
78 
15 
29 
7 



Popula 
tion. 



20 

616 

1,139 

763 

231 

2,728 

505 

484 

66 

98 

241 

453 

200 

442 

321 

95 

160 

1,103 

601 

450 

136 

503 

310 

909 

3,2C6 

179 

350 

280 

240 

1,535 

328 

173 

93 

250 

176 

266 

73 

673 

182 

804 

319 

292 

354 

355 

334 

474 

813 

138 

113 

348 

98 

922 

258 

61 

192 

257 

815 

1,486 

17,692 

366 
399 

47 
125 

31 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 



137 



Tableau vn 


. Superficies, Demeures, Families, 


Population, Sexe 


, Etat civil. 








Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 




- 


— 





— 






Femme. 


Non-mari^s. 


Maries. 


En veuvaRe. 


Divorces. 


\° 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


r. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


r. 


M. H. 


F. 




13 


7 


9 


3 


4 


4 










1 


323 


293 


221 


184 


99 


97 


", 3 


12 






2 


624 


515 


417 


310 


196 


189 


11 


16 






3 


392 


361 


228 


195 


160 


166 


4 


10 






4 


140 


91 


100 


51 


38 


36 


2 


4 






6 


1,389 


1,339 


824 


718 


536 


654 


29 


67 






6 


268 


237 


175 


149 


89 


85 


4 


3 






7 


283 


201 


203 


117 


75 


84 


5 


,, 






8 


33 


33 


22 


19 


11 


12 


• ■ 


2 






9 


64 


44 


37 


27 


15 


15 


2 


2 






10 


132 


109 


90 


65 


40 


40 


2 


4 






11 


231 


222 


137 


130 


92 


91 


2 


1 






12 


120 


80 


83 


45 


33 


33 


4 


2 






13 


267 


175 


193 


102 


70 


69 


4 


4 




• • 


14 


176 


145 


125 


92 


50 


50 


1 


3 






15 


56 


3& 


41 


24 


14 


14 


1 


1 






16 


83 


77 


54 


50 


27 


26 


2 


1 






17 


556 


547 


365 


343 


185 


178 


6 


26 






18 


336 


265 


221 


156 


113 


108 


2 


1 






19 


256 


194 


ISO 


117 


70 


71 


6 


6 






20 


85 


51 


60 


29 


22 


20 


3 


2 






21 


264 


239 


187 


165 


76 


74 


1 


, , 






22 


166 


144 


HI 


90 


65 


54 


, , 


, , 






23 


499 


410 


318 


229 


175 


166 


6 


15 






24 


1,643 


1,563 


953 


811 


643 


643 


47 


109 






25 


95 


84 


61 


52 


32 


31 


2 


1 






26 


195 


155 


111 


76 


78 


73 


6 


6 






27 


158 


122 


111 


73 


45 


45 


2 


4 






28 


133 


107 


88 


64 


42 


40 


3 


3 






29 


758 


777 


453 


413 


281 


291 


24 


73 






30 


177 


151 


116 


94 


69 


52 


2 


5 






31 


§8 


75 


68 


48 


24 


26 


6 


I 






32 


56 


37 


41 


21 


15 


14 




2 






33 


133 


117 


91 


80 


40 


36 


2 


1 






34 


104 


72 


70 


42 


32 


30 


2 








35 


156 


110 


106 


61 


49 


45 


1 


4 






36 


46 


27 


33 


15 


13 


11 


, , 


1 






37 


379 


294 


257 


167 


117 


117 


5 


10 




• , 


38 


93 


89 


55 


50 


37 


35 


1 


4 






39 


444 


360 


277 


183 


162 


154 


5 


23 






40 


180 


139 


123 


89 


54 


48 


3 


2 




.. 


41 


165 


127 


108 


78 


56 


il 


1 


2 






42 


206 


148 


148 


92 


52 


6 


5 






43 


189 


166 


123 


103 


59 


58 


7 


6 






44 


184 


150 


133 


96 


60 


50 


1 


4 






45 


243 


231 


144 


121 


88 


95 


11 


15 






46 


440 


373 


295 


228 


143 


143 


2 


2 






47 


74 


64 


48 


39 


24 


23 


2 


2 




' 


48 


66 


47 


44 


26 


22 


21 




.. 




•• 


49 


205 


143 


1.30 


82 


69 


59 


6 


2 






50 


69 


39 


41 


24 


15 


14 


3 


1 






51 


504 


418 


346 


252 


146 


144 


12 


22 






52 


167 


91 


119 


49 


43 


40 


6 


2 






53 


41 


20 


26 


10 


13 


9 


2 


1 






54 


105 


87 


74 


51 


31 


32 




4 






6E 


121 


136 


63 


65 


54 


57 


4 


14 






56 


443 


372 


298 


223 


138 


137 


7 


12 






57 


826 


660 


564 


399 


242 


240 


20 


21 






6S 


10,220 


7,472 


7,137 


4,430 


2,912 


2,808 


170 


233 


1 


1 




193 


173 


135 


112 


68 


68 




3 


.. 




59 
an 


205 


194 


135 


122 


68 


67 


2 


5 


•• 


■• 


bO 

R1 


33 


14 


24 


8 


9 


6 


. . 


• • 


• . 


• • 


DJ 


72 


53 


60 


31 


21 


20 


1 


2 


• • 


•• 


65 
ft' 


21 


10 


15 


3 


6 


6 




1 






0£ 



138 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



/. Buffalo 

g. Carmel 

h. Caron 

i. Chamberlain 

Chaplin 

k. Clinton 

I. Cottonwood 

m. Coventry • 

Crane Lake 

0. Craven 

p. Dirt Hills 

q. Dundurn 

r. Dunmore 

s. H»gle Butte 

Eagle Quill Lake 

u. East End 

V. East View 

w. Bdenwold 

X. Elm Springs 

y. Eairville 

s. Eeldman Lake 

a'-, Foster 

6i.Grabum 

. Grande Coulee 

(Zi. Gull Lake 

e^. Hioksvale . . 

/'. Josephsburg ' .... 

^1. Kennell 

A.1. Little Plume 

i'. Longlaketon 

)i. Loon Creek 

i;i. Lumsden 

I'-. Maple Creek 

ml. Marlborough 

^ Medicine Hat, North— Nord 

0^. Medicine Hat, Northwest— Nord-ouest. 

pi. Medicine Hat, South — Sud 

q^ . Milestone 

ri. Moosejaw, Northeast — Nord-eat 

s^. Moosejaw, South — Sud 

*!. Moosejaw, West — Guest 

u^. Old Wives Lake ^. . . . 

«!. Parkbeg 

. Pasqua 

x^. Pend' Oreille 

i/'. Pengarth 

Pioneer 

Point Elma 

v. Red Deer 

c". Regina, Centre r. . . . 

d". Regina, East— Est 

Kegina, North — Nord 

P. Regina, West — Quest 

g''. Rouleau 

fi,^. St. Joseph 

i^. St. Mary.. 

p. Saskatchewan Landing 

k^. Seven Persons 

Sherwood 

m'^. Spicer 

m^. Springdale 

o'. Stirling 

p''. Stony Beach 

q"^. Strassburg 

r^. Surprise Valley 

Swift Current 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



465,566 
23,474 

109,546 

1,657,12S 

1,408,440 

46,948 

58,685 

129,107 

563,370 
93,896 

234,740 

1,877,920 

86,072 

305,162 
3,262,886 

821,590 
23,474 
72,342 

460,584 
58,685 
70,422 
34,000 

579,026 
67,148 

704,220 
46,948 

140,844 
28,670 
72,139 
46,000 

251,101 
35,211 

&S3,093 
39,122 

291,468 

24,124 

9,146 

915,486 
41,079 

515,543 
18,897 

193,000 

422,532 

46,948 

1,019,330 

74,000 

18,920 

23,474 

7,366,142 

105 

29,260 

51,915 

4,896 

328,636 
39,124 

183,879 
4,131,4241 

704,220 

44,035 

220,000 

35,211 

70,422 

46,948 

1,332,148 

751,108 

1,056,.S30 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



Families. 
Families. 



Popula- 
tion. 



22 

35 

7 

15 

20 

63 

14 

72 

38 

10 

34 

23 

26 

13 

22 

13 

109 

7 

50 

37 

7 

47 

39 

18 

110 

52 

17 

28 

35 

29 

75 

177 

28 

196 

126 

62 

46 

149 

146 

111 

6 

11 

19 

15 

10 

23 

14 

15 

101 

142 

119 

110 

39 

90 

72 

16 

25 

36 

16 

24 

63 

19 

25 

12 

43 



6 

24 

36 

9 

15 

21 

63 

15 

72 

40 

10 

37 

23 

26 

13 

22 

14 

109 

7 

51 

37 

7 

47 

39 

18 

110 

52 

17 

28 

35 

29 

75' 

177 

28 

197 

127 

63 

46 

149 

146 

111 

6 

11 

20 

15 

10 

23 

14 

15 

102 

148 

119 

110 

40 

90 

72 

16 

25 

36 

16 

26 

63 

19 

25 

12 

43 



35 

128 

180 

35 

69 

73 

301 

57 

247 

169 

13 

166 

124 

102 

59 

66 

70 

524 

26 

205 

142 

45 

193 

160 

75 

598 

228 

76 

117 

163 

89 

335 

785 

126 

949 

621 

405 

118 

730 

721 

591 

25 

60 

77 

49 

61 

121 

53 

50 

588 

824 

707 

526 

99 

476 

405 

68 

145 

130 

68 

104 

305 

104 

145 

28 

236 



^.Including unorganized territory — Comprenant le territoire non-organis6. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 139 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 







Single. 


Married, 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 




- 


_ 


- 




- 







— 


— 


Non-mari^s. 


Marias. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme. 


Femme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


p. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H, 


F. 




22 


13 


20 


8 


2 


3 




2 


.. 


.. 


1 


75 


53 


53 


34 


20 


19 


2 












2 


107 


73 


75 


46 


31 


27 


1 












3 


19 


16 


11 


10 


6 


6 


2 












4 


45 


24 


33 


15 


9 


7 


3 


2 










5 


50 


23 


36 


10 


12 


12 


2 


1 










6 


179 


122 


125 


73 


50 


48 


4 


1 










7 


37 


20 


25 


10 


11 


9 


1 


1 










8 


IGO 


87 


113 


48 


45 


37 


2 


2 










9 


100 


69 


70 


38 


29 


29 


1 


2 










10 


13 




9 




1 


,, 


3 












11 


96 


70 


66 


34 


30 


29 


1 


7 










12 


82 


42 


64 


28 


17 


14 


1 












13 


69 


33 


53 


20 


14 


13 


2 












14 


34 


25 


24 


15 


10 


9 




1 










15 


45 


21 


36 


12 


8 


8 


1 


1 










16 


36 


34 


24 


22 


11 


11 


1 


1 










17 


289 


235 


201 


145 


88 


85 




5 










18 


13 


13 


8 


6 


6 


5 




2 










19 


115 


90 


78 


52 


35 


35 


2 


3 










20 


80 


62 


50 


36 


28 


25 


1 


1 




1 






21 


26 


19 


17 


9 


9 


9 


. , 


1 










22 


120 


73 


86 


42 


32 


29 


2 


2 










23 


104 


66 


73 


28 


30 


27 


1 


1 










24 


44 


31 


32 


18 


12 


11 


. , 


2 










26 


318 


280 


224 


187 


91 


90 


3 


3 










26 


VH 


94 


89 


50 


42 


42 


3 


2 










27 


50 


26 


35 


11 


13 


12 


2 


3 










28 


61 


66 


38 


31 


23 


25 




, , 










29 


97 


66 


70 


89 


26 


26 


1 


1 










30 


60 


29 


44 


15 


15 


14 


1 












31 


193 


142 


138 


86 


62 


48 


3 


8 










32 


460 


325 


323 


181 


128 


127 


9 


17 










33 


70 


58 


49 


35 


21 


21 














34 


626 


423 


335 


236 


173 


167 


" 18 


19 








1 


36 


332 


289 


229 


177 


98 


100 


6 


12 










36 


247 


158 


171 


94 


71 


60 


6 


4 










37 


88 


35 


57 


18 


26 


17 














38 


398 


332 


268 


202 


126 


122 


6 


8 










39 


421 


300 


300 


173 


HI 


112 


10 


15 










40 


332 


259 


241 


155 


88 


86 


3 


18 










41 


18 


7 


11 


1 


7 


6 


.. 












42 


42 


18 


34 


9 


8 


9 




.. 










43 


47 


30 


30 


15 


16 


15 


1 


., 










44 


33 


16 


28 


9 


5 


6 




1 










46 


37 


24 


28 


15 


9 


9 














46 


76 


45 


56 


25 


20 


19 


1 


1 










47 


35 


18 


23 


8 


9 


8 


3 


2 










48 


38 


12 


32 


7 


6 


4 




1 










49 


294 


294 


198 


196 


91 


87 


5 


11 










50 


444 


380 


299 


234 


137 


134 


8 


12 










51 


433 


274 


319 


163 


106 


104 


8 


7 










52 


264 


262 


171 


157 


89 


100 


4 


6 










53 


68 


31 


43 


18 


21 


13 


4 












54 


252 


224 


176 


149 


71 


73 


5 


2 










55 


223 


182 


159 


115 


64 


63 




4 










66 


45 


23 


34 


13 


10 


10 


1 












67 


99 


46 


76 


23 


23 


22 




1 










58 


75 


55 


55 


33 


20 


20 




2 










59 


41 


27 


29 


16 


11 


11 


1 












60 


67 


47 


33 


26 


20 


20 


4 


1 










61 
62 
63 


187 


118 


141 


70 


44 


44 


2 


4 










63 


41 


43 


23 


18 


18 


2 












82 


63 


61 


41 


21 


21 




1 










64 
65 
66 


20 
143 


8 
93 


16 
94 


4 
49 


4 
47 


4 
43 


2 


1 











140 CENSUS OF CANADA 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
BO 
61 
62 
53 
64 
65 
56 
.57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 



f. ThynneFlat , 

". Touchwood 

'. Walsh 

^. Wascana 

^. Westview 

y^. Willowbunch . . . . 
Wood Mountain . 
, Yellow Grass . . , 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



205. Saskatche-wan. 



Baljennie 

Barrier River 

Batoche 

Battleford, North — Nord 

Battletord, South— Sud 

Bellevue 

Birch Hills , 

Birch Uiver 

Brancepeth 

Bresaylor 

Butler 

Carlton 

Cedar Lake 

CoUeston 

Crooked Lake 

Cumberland 

Devil Lake 

Domremy 

Duck Lake 

Ebenfeld 

Egg Lake 

Fish Creek 

Flett Springs 

Grand Rapids 

Green Lake 

Hague 

Haloro 

Island Lake 

Kinistino 

Kirkpatrick 

La Come 

Lake La Ronge 

Meadow Lake 

Meota 

Mistawasis 

Montreal Lake 

Moose Lake 

Mossy Portage 

Muskeg Lake 

Nut Lake 

Onion Lake 

Osier 

Pas Mountain 

Pine Bluff 

Prince Albert, East— Est 

Prince Albert, North— Nord . 
Prince Albert, West — Quest. 

Red Deer. . . 

Red Deer River 

Rosthern 

St. Catherine 

St. Leonard. 

St. Louis 

St. Michael 



Area 
in acres. 

Superficie 
en acres. 



845,064 

664,522 

739,431 

37,000 

40,948 

938,960 

2,245,608 

610,324 

66,460,8591 



1, 



,181,524 

. (') 
54,000 

. (') 
629,040 
408,162 
111,500 

. C) 
55,000 

,729,402 
67,000 

151,000 

. ( = ) 
47,000 

915,486 

■ {') 

■ C) 

46,948 
88,000 
152,581 
. D 
246,000 
258,214 

. C) 

■ n 

207,000 
19,584 
34,000 

560,032 
58,329 

516,428 

■ !") 

■ (=) 
510,688 
414,522 

■ (" 

: U 

381,344 

. h 

315,500 

. (- 

. ( . 

11,116 

156,937 

16,876 

39,456 

• (^) 

132,000 

93,462 

38,188 

72,000 

489,480 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



10 
34 

38 
37 
28 
77 
12 
72 

4,878 

24 

1 

70 

103 

285 
94 
33 
9 
18 
38 
41 
50 
75 
62 
36 

144 

106 
25 

182 
89 
67 

169 
23 
30 
37 

177 
34 
44 
41 
40 

106 
11 
27 
18 
49 
16 
49 
1 

231 
93 
40 
94 
45 
24 

290 
50 

112 
40 
22 

357 
33 
46 
49 
16 



Families. 
Families. 



Popula- 
tion. 



10 
34 
38 
37 
28 
79 
12 
72 

6,360 

24 

1 

71 

103 

328 
94 
33 
9 
18 
38 
41 
50 
80 
62 
36 

144 

114 
25 

192 

109 
67 

169 
23 
30 
37 

188 
34 
46 
45 
41 

117 
11 
31 
21 
54 
16 
49 
1 

353 

119 
40 

119 
45 
24 

290 
50 

112 
40 
23 
379 
33 
56 
49 
16 



30 
160 
235 
161 
127 
375 

66 
200 

25,679 

85 
7 
372 
513 
1,089 
462 
157 

38 
111 
172 
181 
220 
292 
327 
172 
553 
503 
129 
889 
574 
391 
780 

86 
144 
205 
1,156 
210 
241 
209 
248 
463 

68 
108 
107 
211 

90 

174 

5 

1,,398 

582 

1,026 

620 

175 

83 

1,376 

178 

721 

215 

93 

2,088 

186 

220 

227 

94 



1 Inchiding 47,923,443 acres of unorganized territory — Comprenant 47,923,443 acres de territoire non- 

orgatiise. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 141 

Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, Families, Population, Sexe, Etat oivU. 







Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male.' 


Female. 


- 


- 














— 


Femme. 


Non-maries. 


Maries. 


En veuvage. 


Divorces. 


N° 


Homme. 
























M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


U. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 




23 


7 


19 


s 


4 


4 










1 


97 


63 


67 


35 


27 


27 


3 


1 










2 


177 


68 


144 


31 


33 


23 




4 










3 


84 


67 


65 


37 


28 


30 


1 


^^ 










4 


75 


52 


52 


26 


23 


23 




3 










5 


201 


174 


136 


103 


61 


61 


4 


10 




* 






6 


41 


25 


29 


14 


10 


11 


2 












7 


130 


70 


88 


37 


38 


33 


4 


• • 










8 


13,250 


12,429 


8,478 


7,458 


4,452 


4,418 


316 


549 


4 


4 




46 


39 


30 


22 


15 


15 


1 


2 






9 


7 




5 




2 


, , 


, , 


. , 










10 


188 


" 184 


125 


" 111 


58 


60 


5 


13 










11 


276 


237 


185 


142 


83 


84 


8 


11 










12 


569 


520 


313 


223 


227 


234 


29 


63 










13 


244 


218 


149 


122 


89 


89 


6 


7 










14 


81 


76 


53 


53 


24 


23 


4 


, , 










15 


21 


17 


13 


8 


8 


8 




1 










16 


53 


58 


37 


41 


16 


17 


, 


, , 










17 


87 


85 


61 


58 


25 


25 


1 


2 










18 


93 


88 


54 


46 


38 


38 


1 


4 










19 


121 


99 


75 


67 


, 41 


42 


5 


, , 










20 


150 


142 


89 


71 


57 


59 


4 


12 










21 


191 


136 


136 


76 


53 


54 


2 


6 










22 


90 


82 


53 


47 


33 


32 


4 


3 










23 


276 


277 


163 


165 


101 


101 


12 


11 










24 


237 


266 


155 


139 


97 


102 


5 


25 










25 


71 


58 


50 


41 


17 


16 


4 


1 










26 


446 


443 


265 


266 


163 


154 


14 


19 




4 




4 


27 


280 


294 


183 


190 


93 


93 


4 


11 










28 


209 


182 


143 


118 


63 


62 


3 


2 










29 


396 


384 


233 


221 


157 


157 


6 


6 










30 


55 


31 


42 


17 


13 


12 




2 










31 


73 


71 


47 


46 


23 


22 


3 


3 










32 


111 


94 


75 


61 


33 


32 


3 


1 










33 


582 


574 


398 


388 


180 


181 


4 


. 5 










34 


118 


92 


81 


63 


29 


29 


8 


, , 










35 


132 


109 


92 


75 


38 


34 


2 












36 


114 


95, 


75 


59 


36 


34 


3 


2 










37 


138 


110 


97 


74 


39 


35 


2 


1 










38 


239 


224 


149 


128 


82 


82 


8 


14 










39 


33 


35 


22 


25 


11 


10 


.. 


, , 










40 


50 


58 


26 


24 


24 


29 




5 










41 


55 


52 


35 


28 


20 


22 




2 










42 


im 


110 


65 


57 


43 


44 


3 


9 










43 


51 


39 


35 


24 


15 


15 


1 


, , 










44 


82 


92 
2 


45 
2 


49 
1 


35 
1 


35 
1 


2 


8 










46 
46 


671 


727 


326 


358 


313 


316 


■■ 32 


53 










47 


303 


279 


185 


151 


110 


107 


8 


21 










48 


486 


540 


449 


510 


35 


29 


2 


1 










49 


309 


311 


188 


171 


117 


117 


4 


23 










50 


91 


84 


59 


48 


32 


31 




5 










51 


45 


38 


25 


25 


20 


13 


,, 












52 


747 


629 


607 


394 


226 


217 


14 


18 










53 


86 


92 


43 


38 


37 


42 


6 


12| 










54 


382 


339 


275 


216 


101 


108 


6 


15 










56 


116 


99 


80 


63 


33 


33 


3 


3 










56 


80 


13 


64 


7 


14 


6 


2 


, , 










57 


1,070 


1,018 


710 


658 


345 


341' 


15 


19 










68 


96 


90 


67 


62 


27 


27i 


2 


1 










69 


114 


106 


71 


64 


37 


39 


6 


3 










60 


109 


118 


74 


78 


32 


36 


S 


t 










61 


51 


43 


33 


23 


18 


15 




5 










62 



• Area included in unorganized territory— Superficie comprise dans le territoire non-organist. 



142 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table vii. Areas, Houses, Families, Population, Sex, Conjugal Condition. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Saskatoon, East — Est 

Saskatoon, West — Quest. 

Sohmidtsburg 

Shellbrook 

Steep Creek 

Stony Creek 

Stony Lake 

Sturgeon Lake 

Sturgeon River 

The Fas 

Tiefengrund 

Waldheim 

Willoughby 



ocifi /Unorganized Territories \ 
"^""■"iTerritoiresnon-organisesj " 



a. Athabaska. . 
6. /Franklin . 
\ Keewatin . 

d. Mackenzie. . 

e. Ungava 

/. Yukon 



Area 
in acres. 

SuperBoie 
en acres. 



329,266 
367,680 
140,844 
237,300 
43,000 
1,971,816 
.. (M 
.. ( 
.. ( 
.. ( 
22,000 
147,581 
70,130 

1,458,066,234 

155,622,704 
320,000,000 
292,478,010 
.S40,886,420 
223,429,600 
125,649,.50O 



Houses. 
Demeures. 



Families. 
Families. 



37 

64 

33 

30 

27 

82 

15 

178 

8 

202 

109 

99 

28 



11,169 



1,183 
6,546 



.S7 
66 

as 

30 

27 

85 

15 

193 

8 

204 

218 

116 

28 



13,560 

1,578 

2,044 

1,231 
1,694 
7,013 



Popula 
tion. 



179 
311 
178 
115 

85 
412 

86 
813 

37 
813 
814 
650 
162 

52,709 

6,615 

8,546 

5,216 

5,113 

27,219 



^ Area included in unorganized territory — Superficie comprise dans le territoire non-organise. 



Tableau vii. Superficies, Demeures, FamUles, Population, Sexe, Etat civil. 









Single. 


Married. 


Widowed. 


Divorced. 




Male. 


Female. 


- 


_ 


— 




— 


_ 


_ 


N° 


Homme. 


Femme. 


Non-mari^s. 


Maries. 


En V 


euvage. 


Divorces. 


























M. H. 


F. 


M. 3. 


F. 


M. H. 


F. 


M. H. 


r. 


1 


92 


87 


63 


53 


26 


28 


3 


6 






? 


180 


131 


122 


83 


55 


48 


3 








3 


96 


82 


60 


48 


35 


34 


1 








4 


63 


52 


43 


37 


17 


13 


3 


2 






5 


51 


34 


40 


22 


11 


12 


, , 


.. 






R 


251 


161 


171 


90 


74 


68 


6 


3 








47 


39 


34 


22 


13 


14 




3 






8 


395 


418 


250 


241 


138 


143 


7 


34 






9 


21 


16 


13 


8 


8 


8 










10 


412 


401 


236 


214 


168 


165 


8 


22 






11 


391 


423 


185 


195 


188 


190 


18 


38 






12 


336 


314 


213 


198 


119 


112 


4 


4 






13 


90 


72 


66 


45 


21 


24 


3 


3 








36,272 


16,437 


26,500 


9,177 


8,988 


6,536 


756 


706 


28 


18 


14 


3,601 


,S,014 


2,264 


1,723 


1,310 


1,218 


24 


67 


3 


6 


15 


4,365 


4,181 


2,735 


2,367 


1,533 


1,528 


97 


286 






16 


2,726 


2,490 


1,641 


1,511 


973 


874 


112 


104 




1 


17 


2,496 


2,617 


1,579 


1,846 


671 


726 


246 


45 






18 


23,084 


4,135 


18,281 


1,730 


4,501 


2,190 


277 


204 


25 


11 



VIII-X. RELIGIONS OF THE PEOPLE, 



VIII X. POPULATION PAR RELIGIONS. 



lU 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table viii. Religions of the People by Provinces. 



No. 



Keligions. 



British 
Columbia. 

Colombie- 
Britaimique. 



Manitoba. 



New 
Brunswick. 

Nouveau- 
Brunswick. 



Nova 
Scotia. 

Nouvelle- 
Ecosse. 



Ontario. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



Adventists 

Agnostics ' 

Anglicans 

Baptists 

Baptists, Free 

Brethren 

Buddhists 

Catholic Apostolic (Irvingites) . . . 

Christadelphians 

Christian.'? 

Christian Scientist*^ 

Churcli of Christ 

Church of God 

Confucians. 

Congregationalists - . . . 

Deists 

Disciples 

Doukhobors 

Evangelicals 

Friends (Quakers) 

Greek Church 

Holiness Movement (Homerites) . 

Jews. .' 

Iiatter Day Saints (Mormons) . . . . 

Lutherans 

Mennonites 

Methodists 

Mohammedans 

New Church (Swedenborgians) . . . 

Non-Sectarian 

No Religion 



Plymouth Brethren 

Presbyterians 

Protestants 

Reformed Episcopalians , 

Roman Catholics 

Salvation Army , 

Spiritualists 

Theosophists 

Tunkers 

Unitarians 

United Brethren 

Universalis ts 

Unspecified 

Various sects'" 

Zionites. 



254 

1,069 

40,689 

6,471 

29 

164 

10,027 

21 

117 

351 

94 

25 

"4,8 

1,1 
29 
99 

28 
130 
101 

554 

125 

5,335 

11 

25,047 

6 

21 

2 

1,605 

5,139 

68 

34,081 

844 

307 

33,639 

570 

143 

34 

6 

133 

18 

48 

5,003 

132 

31 



519 

284 

44,922 

9,148 

18 

467 

29 

2 

39 

130 

439 

6 

1 

1,884 

19 

470 

75 

51 

124 

7,899 

199 

1,497 

65 

16,542 

15,246 

49,936 

1 

18 

71 

149 

1,234 

236 

65,348 

646 

1 

35,672 

745 



2 

221 

14 

11 

697 

126 



1,124 

106 

41,76' 

65,206 

15,668 

4 

6 

8 

53 

26 

246 

15 

6 

1,040 

1,637 

19 

5 

13 

3 

376 

11 

196 

' 35,973 

i 

237 

2 

253 

39,496 

104 

238 

125,698 

606 

7 



145 

170 

641 

11 



1,494 

169 

66,107 

74,869 

8,364 

142 

7 

3 

11 

53 

664 

3 

1 

2,938 

5 

1,412 

2 
28 
35 

437 

73 

6,572 

9 

57,490 

35 

40 

97 

2 

130 

106,381 

335 

129,578 
1,251 



55 

7 

308 

406 

47 



1,226 

1,101 

367,937 

116,281 

39 

6,416 

75 

332 

740 

5,972 

2,175 

541 

265 

30 

15,289 

12 

10,154 

9,869 

3,648 

135 

2,139 

5,331 

3,377 

48,052 

12,208 

666,388 

15 

716 

73 

1,442 

3,111 

1,617 

477,386 

2,800 

254 

390,304 

6,479 

393 

61 

1,499 

735 

4,115 

894 

9,110 

2,214 

7 



1 Including Atheists, Freethinkers, Infidels, Secularists, Skeptics and Unbelievers. 

2 Various sects comprise 43 Assembly, 110 Bethany Mission, 495 Believers, 584 Christian Workers, 27 
Carmelites, 43 Calvinists, 124 Christian Catholics, 266 Christian Brethren, 17 Covenanters, 19 Children of 
God, 21 Christian Brothers, 31 Daniel's Band, 30 Free Church, 10 Followers of Christ, 16 Farrington 
Independents, 19 Gregorians, 42 Gospel Workers, 78 Gospel Army, 15 Gospel Brethren, 25 New and Later 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau viii. Population des provinces par religions. 



145 



Prince 










Unorg. Territories. 






Edward 
Island. 




N. W. 


Ter.— Ter. du N.-O. 


Ter. non-organis^B. 






— 


Quebec. 












Total. 


N" 


He 
Prince- 




Alberta. 


Assiniboia. 


Saskatche- 


Yukon. 


Other Ter. 






Edouard. 








wan. 




Autres Ter. 






10 


3,079 


215 


87 


41 


9 




8,058 


1 


7 


240 


215 


59 


14 


346 


3 


3,613 


2 


5,976 


81,563 


8,888 


10,086 


6,392 


2,632 


3,661 


680,620 


3 


5,898 


8,393 


2,722 


2,506 


112 


583 




292,189 


4 


7 


87 


76 


, 


, 




, , 


24,288 


6 




587 


75 


134 


12 


13 




8,014 


6 




141 


84 


17 


1 


20 




10,407 


7 




28 


1 


5 








400 


8 




16 


22 


30 


1 


1 




1,030 


9 


41 


120 


241 


33 


12 


130 




6,900 


10 


12 


45 


33 


18 


7 


26 




2,619 


11 


328 


1 


16 


1 




3 




2,264 


12 




25 


30 


7 








351 


13 




204 


11 






3 




5,115 


14 


3 


5,173 


347 


205 


19 


196 


1 


28,293 


15 




6 


2 


1 




4 




78 


16 


810 


17 


191 


68 
5,975 


5 
2,725 


37 


•• 


14,900 
8,775 


17 

18 




46 


74 


57 


42 


5 


, , 


10,193 


19 


1 


59 


33 


52 


1 


19 




4,100 


20 




215 


4,618 


2,242 


337 


35 




15,630 


21 




418 


10 




6 






2,775 


22 


17 


7,498 


242 


294 


2 


163 




16,401 


23 




3 


3,212 


13 




12 




6,891 


24 


8 


1,642 


5,810 


5,311 


976 


2,079 


1 


92,524 


25 




50 


522 


68 


3,683 






31,797 


26 


" 13,402 


42,014 
10 


9,623 
15 


11,559 


969 


1,864 


2,621 


916,886 
47 


27 
28 




22 


7 




57 


1 




881 


29 




8 


20 


1 








215 


30 


8 


376 


132 


58 


12 


694 




4,810 


31 




5 


2,488 


1,696 


.1,091 


8 


331 


15,107 


32 




410 


16 


36 


7 


1 




2,774 


33 


■ 30,750 
21 


58,013 

5,211 

67 


10,655 
388 


15,015 
340 

7 


2,136 
187 


3,130 
675 


51 
61 


842,442 

11,612 

874 


34 
35 
36 


■ 45,796 

116 

] 


1,429,260 

292 

29 


12,957 
82 
13 


10,663 
107 


"6,453 
34 


4,453 
26 
16 


5,127 


2,229,600 

10,308 

616 


37 
38 
39 




2 


2 


1 




7 




107 


40 




; 


10 










1,528 


41 


12 


56] 


17 


8 


7 


40 




1,934 


42 




] 


526 




1 


19 




4,701 


43 


11 
24 


1,08C 

, 1,742 

132 

4 


38 

1,123 

74 


686 
39 


337 


29 

9,920 

20 


' 13,632 


2,589 

43,222 

2,795 

42 


44 
45 
46 

47 



House of Israel, 10 Humanitarians, 227 Messiahists, 99 Millennial Dawnites, 14 Nazarenes, 47 Orthodox 
Catholics 14 B^-incamationists, 20 Reformed Church, 10 Samts of God, 43 Separated Catholics, 29 
TMonitIs, 10 Trinitarians, together with 258 of 79 other sects, each of which numbers less than 10 
adherents. 



A— 10 



146 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table ix. Principal Religions by Census Districts, 1891-1901. 



Na 



6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 



.26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
^2 
33 
34 
S5 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 



CANADA 

Britlsb Columbia. 



Burrard 

New Westminster. 

Vancouver 

Victoria 

Yale & Cariboo 



Brandon 

Lisgar 

Macdonald 

Marquette 

Provencher 

Selkirk 

Winnipeg, City — Cite.. 



Districts. 



ITIanltoba . 



New Brunswick. 



Albert 

Carleton 

Charlotte 

Gloucester 

Kent 

Kings 

Northumberland 

Restigouche 

St. John, City & Co — Cite et co. 

Sunbury &, Queens 

Victoria 

Westmorland 

York 



Nova Scotia 

Annapolis 

Antigonish 

Cape Breton 

Colchester 

Cumberland 

Digby 

Gruysborough 

Halifax, City & Co— Cite et co. 

Hants 

Inverness 

Kings 

Lunenburg _. 

Piotou " 

Richmond 

Shelburne & Queens •. . 

Victoria 

Yarmouth 



Ontario . 



Addington , 

Algoma 

Bothwell . . 
Brant, South- 

Brockville 

Bruce, East — Est 

Bruce, North — Nord . 



-Sud. 



Anglicans. 



1901. 



680,620 
40,689 

10,430 
4,291 
5,718 
7,895 

12,355 

44,922 

7,374 
4,813 
6,856 
5,929 
1,360 
8,415 
10,175 

41,767 

271 
2,059 
4,089 

886 
1,181 
5,974 
2,612 

789 
11,577 
2,500 
1,894 
2,405 
5,530 

66,107 

3,388 

290 

4,826 

2,231 

3,699 

1,183 

3,370 

22,851 

3,604 

155 

2,431 

10,163 

1,873 

438 

4,255 

527 

823 

367,937 

3,411 
11,615 
3,024 
5,157 
3,921 
1,249 
2,924 



1891. 

646,059 

23,619 

5,275 
3,868 
4,325 
6,160 
3,991 

30,852 

5,558 
3,584 
5,019 
2,903 
1,016 
5,918 
C,854 

43,095 

262 
2,326 
4,578 

918 
1,355 
6,295 
2,405 

682 
11,346 
2,745 
1,687 
2,948 
5,548 

64,410 

3,514 

327 

2,917 

2,341 

3,784 

1,410 

3,364 

21,593 

4,220 

83 

2,437 

10,030 

1,755 

451 

4,638 

584 

962 

385,999 

3,695 
8,805 
3,927 
5,273 
4,167 
1,808 
3,238 



Baptists. ' 



1901. 



316,477 

6,500 

1,714 
1,066 
754 
1,006 
1,960 

9,166 

1,844 
1,332 
1,258 
1,398 
484 
795 
2,055 

80,874 

7,460 

11,547 

6,749 

33 

531 

7,538 

1,653 

314 

10,108 

9,138 

2,777 

11,960 

11,066 

83,233 

10,053 

216 

2,179 

3,792 

8,290 

6,265 

4,079 

6,923 

3,790 

586 

11,438 

5,491 

623 

135 

10,130 

33 

9,210 

116,320 

93 
2,070 
2,595 
4,763 
1,015 
561 
1,401 



1891. 



302,565 

3,090 

971 
711 
483 
637 

288 

16,107 •■■ 

1,184 

9,465 
816 
641 

2,643 
313 

1,045 

79,634 

7,807 

11,705 

6,873 

36 

626 

7,525 

1,464 

213 

9,388 

9,594 

2,400 

11,237 

10,706 

83,108 

10,467 

247 

1,531 

3,943 

7,673 

6,597 

3,696 

6,765 

3,881 

681 

12,006 

5,304 

634 

158 

9,906 

64 

9,555 

104,838 



1,157 
2,343 
3,794 
757 
719 
1,162 



Congregation- 
alists. 



1901. 



28,293 

1,198 

460 

74 

77 

155 

432 

1,884 

150 

121 

89 

164 

9 

51 

1,300 

1,040 

3 

27 

370 

1 

7 
5 
1 

229 

67 

8 

4 

318 

2,938 

28 

5 

20 

321 

43 

6 

30 

25 

348 

239 

250 

309 

5 

"981 

4 

324 

15,289 

5 

129 

17 

852 

6 

2 

69 



1891. 



28,157 

775 

288 
212 
101 
113 
61 

1,815 

311 
79 

217 

72 

9 

77 

1,050 

1,036 

3 

27 
443 

5 
10 



211 
55 
12 
15 

255 

3,112 

56 

3 

1 

274 

27 

5 

61 

38 

422 

348 

310 

357 

1 
821 

7 
381 

16,879 

10 

70 

7 

711 
18 
26 

169 



Jews. 
Juifs. 



1901. 



16,401 

554 

210 

12 

32 

168 

132 

1,497 

78 

126 

1 

79 

42 

26 

1,145 

376 



2 
4 
2 
38 
6 
283 

14 
13 
13 

437 

2 

2 

184 

"37 
12 

7 
118 



10 
19 

7 

"11 

"28 

5,321 

10 



1891. 



6,414 

277 

61 

45 

18 

148 

5 

743 

25 

40 

1 

"30 
2 

645 

73 



43 



19 
10 



31 



18 



1 

2,501 

22 

1 

5 
9 



'■ Including Free Baptists. 



Including Mennonites. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 147 

Tableau ix. Religions principales par districts de recensement, 1891-1901. 



— r 
Lutherans. 


Methodists. 


Presbyterians. 


Roman Catholics. 


Unspecified. 


Various Seota. 




Lutheriens. 


Methodistes. 


Presbyteriena. 


Catholiques Rom. 


Nonapeoifiees 


Autres eectes. 


N° 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 
916,886 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 




92,524 


63,982 


847,765 


842,442 


755,326 


2,229,600 


1,992,017 


48,247 


89,355 


199,825 


101,599 




5,335 


2,083 


25,047 


14,298 


34,081 


15,284 


33,639 


20,843 


6,610 


16,216 


25,004 


1,688 




896 


497 


6,923 


4,949 


7,736 


4,281 


4,842 


3,901 


2,672 


3,753 


6,177 


368 


1 


598 


364 


3,839 


3,629 


4,949 


3,139 


4,200 


2,861 


648 


2,751 


4,145 


268 


2 


726 


416 


. 4,001 


, 2.375 


5,170 


2,638 


4,463 


3,787 


343 


3,796 


5,914 


294 


3 


3.30 


396 


3,252 


2,216 


4,056 


3,228 


2,179 


2,063 


1,156 


3,218 


3,491 


379 


4 


2,785 


410 


7,032 


1,129 


12,17Cf 


1,998 


17,955 


8,231 


1,791 


2,698 


5,277 


379 


5 


16,542 


6,545 


, 49,936 


28,437 


65,348 


39,001 


35,672 


20,571 


917 


4,824 


29,327 


3,611 




642 


334 


12,498 


7,539 


13,671 


8,255 


2,082 


1,419 


63 


467 


903 


483 


6 


2,592 


1,101 


8,932 


5,034 


10,879 


5,776 


4,228 


2,533 


75 


585 


11,854 


388 


7 


1,429 


181 


10,519 


6,129 


12,349 


8,134 


3,198 


1,290 


147 


349 


1,225 


640 


8 


1,274 


319 


6,763 


2,661 


10,790 


5,105 


3,100 


633 


249 


475 


4,329 


314 


9 


1,519 


88 


1,197 


897 


2,039 


1,394 


11,589 


8,900 


35 


267 


6,588 


225 


10 


4,833 


2,231 


3,286 


1,867 


5,448 


4,385 


6,332 


3,326 


65 


2,008 


3,355 


1,212 


11 


4,253 


2,291 


6,741 


4,310 


10,172 


5,952 


5,143 


2,470 


283 


673 


1,073 


349 


12 


196 


377 


35,973 


35,504 


39,496 


40,639 


125,698 


115,961 


878 


1,163 


4,822 


3,781 




5 


4 


1,945 


1,899 


344 


254 


765 


691 


7 


4 


125 


47 


13 


1 


4 


3,050 


2,982 


1,999 


1,964 


2,411 


2,750 


84 


138 


442 


572 


14 


13 


14 


3,475 


3,885 


3,259 


3,443 


2,522 


2,863 


227 


265 


1,711 


1,388 


15 


6 




574 


537 


1,093 


1,065 


25,301 


22,327 


1 


6 


39 


8 


16 




4 


834 


930 


3,267 


3,736 


18,089 


17,136 


12 


44 


40 


9 


17 




2 


2,923 


3,279 


2,453 


2,689 


2,467 


^'^21 


52 


90 


239 


90 


18 


" 3 


7 


1,827 


1,591 


7,962 


7,685 


14,378 


12,438 


22 


22 


43 


101 


19 


4 


6 


356 


218 


2,947 


2,758 


6,159 


4,393 


6 


26 


4 


12 


20 


28 


54 


6,959 


6,645 


5,927 


6,923 


15,360 


14,988 


249 


169 


1,039 


807 


21 




3 


2,269 


2,301 


1,190 


1,321 


1,616 


1,782 


58 


83 


S^ 


30 


22 


"90 


221 


497 


512 


1,025 


1,041 


14,732 


12,269 


37 


21 


62 


35 


23 


45 


53 


6,049 


5,886 


3,289 


3,930 


17,957 


17,047 


59 


133 


279 


218 


24 


1 


5 


5,215 


4,839 


4,741 


4,830 


3,941 


4,170 


64 


162 


731 


464 


25 


6,572 


5,882 


57,490 


54,195 


106,381 


108,952 


129,578 


122,452 


543 


2,231 


6,295 


6,023 




84 


71 


3,746 


3,705 


530 


495 


626 


564 


14 


25 


371 


453 


26 




1 


89 


88 


1,236 


1,587 


11,774 


13,859 


5 






2 


27 


"77 


6 


3,174 


1,351 


13,643 


10,374 


24,790 


17,994 


42 


"19 


231 


51 


28 


8 


11 


2,539 


2,811 


14,817 


16,285 


1,039 


1,304 


22 


44 


131 


145 


29 


34 


29 


11,152 


. 10,538 


7,730 


7,903 


4,618 


3,873 


87 


170 


478 


524 


30 


5 


3 


1,757 


1,508 


178 


165 


10,057 


9,302 


12 


14 


847 


893 


31 


] 


2 


2,734 


2,.S50 


2,327 


2,284 


5,749 


5,386 


15 


24 


8 


28 


32 


69 


140 


7,111 


6,207 


11,793 


11,504 


?4,724 


23,593 


123 


710 


925 


790 


33 


30 


30 


4,355 


5,113 


6,108 


6,203 


1,188 


1,235 


22 


212 


611 


736 


34 


] 




481 


450 


6,847 


7,922 


1.5,873 


16,270 


3 


23 


168 


2 


35 


53 


"21 


3,868 


3,768 


1,867 


1,708 


1,298 


1,399 


35 


147 


687 


69; 


36 


6,075 


5,450 
U 


5,826 
1,882 


6,577 
1,441 


3,702 
24,507 


3,535 
26,067 


584 
4,258 


629 


70 
30 


123 
110 


150 
274 


70 
174 


.37 
38 




5 


256 


283 


2,776 


3,242 


9,905 


10,238 




15 


5 


6 


39 


il9 


97 


5,621 


6,480 


1,214 


1,179 


850 


950 


"41 


307 


1,206 


1,188 


40 


] 


2 


581 


462 


6,494 


7,879 


2,928 


3,411 


1 




2 


2J 


41 


15 


3 


2,318 


2,063 


612 


620 


9,317 


8,058 


21 


'288 


201 


285 


42 


48,0.52 


45,029 


666,388 


654,033 


477,386 


453,147 


390,304 


358,300 


10,626 


24,078 


85,324 


69,517 




219 


189 


13,826 


13,190 


2,354 


2,299 


3,972 


4,139 


136 


176 


464 


342 


43 


1,830 
27 
36 


754 
18 
30 


12,34.'' 
11,225 

7,624 


5,966 

11,150 

6,231 


15,942 

4,715 
4,512 


8,764 
4,277 
3,840 


15,569 
2,736 
2,376 


8,403 
2,443 
2,121 


632 

91 

242 


3,071 
899 
641 


3,672 

796 

1,143 


580 
52« 
713 


44 
45 
46 


1] 


6 


5,18J 


5,147 


2,650 


2,764 


2,823 


2,728 


36 


103 


232 


155 


47 


1,862 
545 


1,718 
263 


3,'39C 

7,788 


4,040 

7,732 


4,842 
7,269 


5,325 
6,982 


6,444 
698 


6,623 
671 


71 

85 


198 
136 


891 

518 


892 
518 


48 
49 



A-IO^ 



148 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table ix. Principal Religions by Census Districts, 1891-1901. 



Districts. 



Bruce, West — Quest 

Cardwell 

Carleton 

Cornwall & Stormont 

Dundas 

Durham, Ea^t — Est 

Durham, West — Quest 

Elgin, East— Est 

Elgin, West— Quest 

Essex, North— Nord 

Essex, South — Sud . . 

Erontenac 

Glengarry 

Grenville, South — Sud 

Grey, East— Est 

Grey, North — Nord 

(irey. South — Sud 

Haldimand & Monck 

Halton -,.... 

Hamilton, City-^Cite 

Hastings, East — Est 

Hastings, North — Nord 

Hastings, West — Quest 

Huron, East — Est. 

Huron, South — Sud 

Huron, West — Quest 

Kent 

Kingston, City— Cite 

Lambton, East — Est 

Lambton, West — Quest 

Lanark, North— Nord 

Lanark, South — Sud 

Leeds & GreuVille, North-Nord 

Leeds, South — Sud 

Lennox 

Lincoln & Niagara 

London, City — Cit^ 

Middlesex, East— Est 

Middlesex, North-Nord 

Middlesex, South— Sud 

Middlesex, West — Quest , . . 

Muskoka & Parry Sound 

Nipissing 

Norfolk, North— Nord 

Norfolk, South— Sud 

Northumberland, East — Est . . . 
Northumberiaud, West — Quest. 

Qntario, North — Nord 

Qntario, South — Sud 

Qntario, West — Quest 

Qttawa, City — Cit^ 

Oxford, North-Nord.. .'.'. 

Qxford, South— Sud 

Peel 

Perth, North— Nord 

Perth, South— Sud 

Peterborough, East — Est 

Peterborough, West — Quest.. . . 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew, North — Nord 

Renfrew, South — Sud 

Russell 

Simooe, East — Est 

Simcoe, North — Nord 



Anglicans. 



1901. 



1,960 
2,767 
5,329 
3,756 
1,940 
3,187 
1,504 
3,814 
2,341 
4,257 
3,648 
2,314 
336 
2,504 
3,742 
3,471 
1,775 
3,109 
3,385 
12,443 
3,254 
3,878 
2,973 
2,626 
1,539 
2,832 
4,119 
4,387 
3,362 
3,708 
3,449 
5,005 
3,201 
4,671 
2,323 
6,018 
6,347 
6,606 
2,809 
3,598 
2,635 
6,952 
4,337 
1,451 
2,860 
1,998 
1,990 
2,851 
2,264 
1,747 
9,645 
3,.359 
2,927 
2,486 
3,873 
2,049 
3,522 
3,064 
1,125 
2,034 
3,115 
2,071 
3,250 
7,495 
4,875 



1891. 



2,318 
3,762 
5,080 
4,092 
2,036 
4,307 
2,129 
3,837 
3,155 
4,161 
3,329 
2,806 
344 
2,728 
4,205 
4,321 
2,355 
4,216 
4,044 
12,317 
3,539 
3,609 
3,741 
2,983 
2,068 
3,428 
4,973 
5,030 
4,331 
4,424 
3,737 
5,198 
3,299 
5,125 
2,555 
5,965 
6,720 
7,122 
3,340 
3,472 
3,170 
6,305 
2,076 
1,516 
3,644 
2,446 
2,567 
3,109 
3,049 
2,241 
7,595 
3,610 
3,601 
2,f"~ 
4,173 
2,490 
3,710 
2,589 
1,103 
2,359 
2,985 
1,785 
3,347 
7,713 
5,779 



190L 



1,026 

242 

143 

575 

478 

449 

62 

5,151 

3,377 

1,353 

2,374 

70 

423 

271 

756 

1,839 

1,151 

2,245 

553 

2,814 

147 

355 

498 

428 

164 

300 

2,653 

425 

2,254 

1,673 

447 

866 

524 

777 

9 

1,658 

1,449 

1,864 

759 

2,120 

1,688 

1,209 

482 

4,992 

4,730 

724 

446 

665 

811^ 

1,631 

1,614 

2,124 

3,284 

563 

853 

398 

795 

1,241 

356 

66 

297 

1,721 

1,444 

1,255 

1,364 



1891. 



l,i 

311 

97 

655 

492 

473 

56 

4,728 

S,393 

1,301 

2,242 

83 

495 

259 

759 

1,506 

1,185 

1,774 

608 

2,043 

75 

490 

395 

464 

151 

191 

2,388 

311 

1,918 

1,713 

426 

866 

496 

821 

28 

1,424 

1,035 

1,421 

751 

1,901 

1,888 

915 

182 

4,858 

5,240 

741 

400 

633 

818 

1,645 

855 

2,258 

3,034 

620 

1,028 

565 

712 

1,023 

354 

43 

271 

1,386 

1,188 

854 

1,423 



Congregation- 

alists; 



1901. 



152 

284 

42 

127 

3 

4 

107 

26 

136 

29 

12 

30 

148 

3 

129 

11 

42 

17 

242 

545 

20 

19 

12 

162 

3 

42 

196 

573 

500 

309 

763 

52 

5 

2 

4 

112 

332 

110 

6 

65 

9 

44 

26 

98 

6 

"429 

19 

13 

157 

421 

693 

663 

16 

279 

2 

3 

14 

10 

6 

9 

1 

28 

389 

284 



1891. 



214 

247 

4 

130 

2 

250 

84 

181 

43 

16 

26 

229 

"28 

45 

8 

1 

271 

559 

5 

7 

77 

345 

3 

34 

71 

741 

516 

379 

746 

26 

11 

6 

1 

158 

354 

122 

9 

36 

11 

75 

23 

63 

16 

1 

478 

92 

33 

185 

318 

538 

516 

9 

366 

3 

5 

9 

49 

7 

64 

■'28 
469 
263 



Jews. 
Juifs. 



1901. 



1 

"61 

8 

"l9 

"l76 

5 
27 

1 

22 

8 

2 

493 

'24 
6 
7 
1 

"ll 

128 

3 

5 

19 

11 

5 

24 

"30 

206 

9 



20 
139 



1891. 



1 

52 

1 

9 

27 

4 

26 

6 



2 
316 



1 
26 



24 

39 

3 

39 

31 

1 

9 

3 

19 

15 

144 

2 

1 

2 

1 

"35 
1 
5 



46 
2 
6 



9 
19 

3 
12 



RECENSEMENT' DU CANADA, 1901. 149 

Tableau ix. Religions principales par districts de recensement, 1891-1901. 



Lutherans. 


Methodists. 


Presbyterians. 


Roman Gatholios. 


Unspecified. 


Various Sects. 




Luth&iens. 


Methodiates. 


Presbyti5riens. 


Catholiques Rom. 


^Jonspecifi^es 


Autres sectes. 


N° 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 




88 


144 


4,734 


5,481 


9,146 


11,455 


284 


333 


61 


76 


958 


1,058 


50 




10 


4,203 


4,686 


3,528 


3,951 


1,883 


2,268 


43 


68 


110 


79 


51 


'205 


144 


3,649 


3,654 


3,563 


3,026 


6,136 


4,416 


67 


72 


238 


41 


52 


100 


75 


3,934 


3,992 


7,022 


7,276 


10,903 


10,579 


66 


39 


498 


266 


63 


1,691 


1,809 


8,820 


8,944 


4,462 


4,440 


2,144 


2,196 


31 


42 


180 


173 


54 






7,134 


8,284 


3,061 


3,291 


376 


531 


55 


64 


198 


100 


55 


" 4 




8,739 


9,388 


2,129 


2,563 


121 


227 


35 


39 


405 


722 


66 


25 


"39 


11,374 


9,981 


3,681 


3,172 


1,460 


1,491 


93 


1,261 


1,706 


2,122 


57 


68 


60 


7,468 


7,777 


7,564 


7,219 


928 


991 


93 


479 


1,220 


680 


68 


191 


332 


6,194 


5,373 


3,632 


2,983 


17,109 


16,762 


135 


176 


342 


375 


59 


160 


98 


11,793 


11,121 


2,124 


1,805 


4,721 


4,570 


76 


264 


418 


577 


60 


14 


19 


3,986 


4,163 


2,180 


2,320 


3,105 


3,778 


69 


34 


245 


212 


61 


3 


3 


267 


268 


8,087 


8,540 


12,731 


1 12,464 


60 


20 


59 


58 


62 


2 


17 


4,621 


4,489 


2,667 


2,605 


2,502 


2,697 


48 


40 


213 


88 


63 


27 


21 


10,256 


10,993 


7,994 


7,794 


872 


1,008 


124 


105 


1,486 


1,312 


64 


1,182 


963 


7,849 


7,356 


10,299 


.9,492 


1,457 


1,289 


146 


603 


775 


766 


65 


2,766 


2,697 


5,901 


6,744 


7,243 


7,738 


2,043 


2,122 


76 


85 


1,174 


738 


66 


520 


979 


6,401 


7,032 


3,037 


3,297 


1,183 


1,373 


124 


367 


3,408 


2,425 


67 


29 


75 


7,868 


8,723 


6,220 


6,575 


896 


1,144 


66 


127 


284 


413 


68 


689 


776 


13,737 


12,439 


11,542 


10,665 


8,872 


8,735 


165 


165 


1,334 


944 


69 


4 


66 


7,387 


7,808 


1,820 


1,687 


4,510 


4,663 


82 


27 


222 


180 


70 


132 


67 


11,331 


10,836 


4,132 


3,533 


3,071 


2,918 


86 


245 


1,045 


364 


71 


6 


19 


8,558 


8,551 


2,003 


1,953 


3,238 


3,887 


98 


78 


380 


237 


72 


425 


592 


5,804 


6,114 


6,768 


7,191 


400 


480 


84 


265 


663 


534 


73 


1,155 


1,127 


4,478 


5,154 


6,684 


7,141 


2,252 


2,288 


103 


122 


1,169 


1,130 


74 


55 


'89 


7,212 


7,123 


6,232 


6,54S 


1,700 


1,952 


45 


142 


356 


514 


75 


30 


31 


11,514 


11,254 


6,572 


5,116 


6,668 


6,494 


139 


242 


964 


841 


76 


2 


12 


A133 


4,321 


3,156 


3,302 


4,782 


6,185 


72 


95 


.303 


227 


77 


14 


16 


8,663 


8.252 


6,383 


5,792 


972 


1,077 


196 


1,511 


698 


853 


78 


42 


29 


7,285 


7,201 


6,459 


6,507 


2,366 


2,772 


102 


113 


377 


26il 


79 


12 


14 


2,538 


2,694 


7,474 


7,908 


3,233 


3,528 


109 


65 


136 


112 


80 


3 


1 


3,994 


4,106 


5,604 


5,490 


3,571 


3,804 


54 


67 


327 


303 


81 




2 


4,822 


4,585 


2,827 


2,620 


2,021 


2,229 


6 


108 


237 


162 


82 


■■ 5 


9 


9,300 


9,772 


2,541 


2,745 


3,417 


3,748 


76 


45 


372 


175 


83 


10 


9 


8,364 


9,243 


1,442 


1,544 


904 


1,212 


53 


40 


312 


249 


84 


186 


169 


8,092 


8,045 


4,480 


4,097 


3,585 


3,793 


177 


290 


3,228 


3,087 


85 


112 


54 


7,219 


6,367 


4,537 


3,605 


3,506 


3,450 


115 


195 


592 


357 


86 


93 


33 


10,730 


10,051 


4,871 


4,343 


1,595 


1,627 


112 


452 


619 


396 


87 


269 


267 


6,382 


6,334 


4,023 


4,499 


2,463 


2,777 


49 


47 


695 


1,065 


88 


29 


11 


7,415 


6,530 


4,295 


3,912 


691 


644 


85 


1,810 


500 


488 


89 


1] 


4 


5,379 


5,657 


5,017 


5,033 


667 


696 


50 


214 


387 


608 


90 


638 


684 


10,611 


8,464 


8,445 


6,232 


4,520 


2,855 


178 


268 


1,057 


827 


91 


650 


148 


3,658 


1,717 


4,720 


2,253 


22,040 


11,323 


228 


HO 


271 


103 


92 


332 


366 


8,636 


9,086 


1,736 


1,650 


816 


882 


34 


392 


562 


566 


93 


143 


141 


8,423 


8,588 


2,577 


2,661 


570 


636 


686 


426 


900 


1,346 


94 


5 


2 


11,172 


12,018 


3,380 


3,658 


2,611 


2,732 


48 


53 


557 


344 


95 




2 


5,058 


5,787 


2,890 


3,274 


1,951 


2,264 


46 


59 


245 


116 


96 


238 


234 


7,3.59 


7,303 


6,316 


6,269 


2,616 


2,618 


44 


26 


580 


43£ 


97 


9 


5 


8,777 


9,863 


3,196 


3,325 


939 


1,337 


96 


32 


679 


562 


98 


IE 


15 


7,095 


8,967 


2,728 


3,045 


944 


1,173 


67 


87 


2,311 


1,434 


99 


606 


319 


5,706 


4,008 


7,576 


5,023 


30,525 


23,625 


142 


106 


1,008 


586 


100 


2,388 
27 


2,349 


6,284 


6,395 


7,676 


8,102 


1,030 


1,056 


38 


371 


1,764 


1,450 


101 


27 


9,604 


9,271 


2,991 


3,019 


1,413 


1,512 


99 


330 


789 


],105 


102 


] 


3 


6,243 


7,214 


3,264 


3,364 


948 


1,127 


44 


41 


121 


89 


103 


3,796 
623 


3,680 


5,938 


5,749 


7,154 


6,535 


3,691 


3,725 


98 


559 


1,463 


1,187 


104 


581 


7,345 


7,625 


5,509 


5,994 


1,62S 


1,940 


62 


52 


254 


15( 


105 


1 


20 


8,973 


8,832 


4,353 


4,564 


3,91E 


3,850 


62 


118 


658 


108 


106 


8 


6 


6,151 


4,723 


3,201 


3,288 


3,868 


3,960 


28 


60 


426 


163 


107 


g 




1,605 


1,177 


2,533 


2,566 


21,201 


18,534 


5S 


68 


210 


267 


108 


] 


2 


12,588 


12,900 


1,047 


957 


954 


1,124 


33 


152 


1,134 


1,345 


109 


3,667 


2,984 


4,826 


3,950 


4,745 


4,099 


7,268 


6,642 


70 


767 


569 


722 


110 


1,301 


894 


2,419 


2,017 


6,631 


6,150 


12,97S 


11,147 


74 


59 


477 


62< 


111 


689 


552 


2,576 


2,353 


5,362 


5,265 


21,352 


18,478 


69 


133 


358 


28( 


112 
113 


205 


161 


10,741 


9,458 


8,992 


7,969 


8,197 


7,609 


793 


550 


1,184 


1,015 


26 


19 


8,140 


7,942 


7,914 


7,526 


2,86S 


3,651 


loe 


130 


1,363 


1,458 


114 



150 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table ix. Principal Religions by Census Districts, 1891-1901. 



No 



115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
IL'O 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 



132 
133 
134 
135 
136 



157 

138 

139 

140 

141 

142 

143 

144 

145 

146 

147- 

148 

149 

150 

151 

152 

153 

154 

155 

156 

157 

158 

159 

160 

161 

162 

163 

164 

165 

166 

167 

168 

169 

170 

171 

172 

173 



Districts. 



Simooe, South — Sud 

Toronto, Centre 

Toronto, East — Est 

Toronto, West— Ouest 

Victoria, North— Nord 

Victoria, South — Sud 

Waterloo, North— Nord . . . 

Waterloo, South— Sud 

Welland 

Wellington, Centre 

Wellington, North— Nord., 
Wellington, South— Sud. . . 
Wentworth & Brant, N . . , 
Wentworth, South— Sud . . 

York, East— Est 

York, North- Nord. . . 
York, West — Quest 



Anglicans. 



1901. 



Prince Edward Islam' 



Kings 

Prince, East — Est 
Prince, West — Guest. . 

Queens, East— Est 

Queens, West — Quest , 



Quebec. 



Argenteuil 

Bagot . ; 

Beaucti 

Beauharnois . .' 

Bellechasse 

Berthier 

Bonaventure 

Brome 

Chambly & Vercherea 

Champlain 

Charlevoix 

Chateauguay 

Chicoutiini & Saguenay . . . 

Oompton 

Deux-Montagnes 

Dorchester 

Drummond & Arthabaska. 

Gaspe 

Hochelaga 

Huntingdon 

Jacques-Cartier 

Joliette 

Kamouraska 

Labelle 

Laprairie & Napierville.. . . 

L'Assomption 

Laval 

Levis 

L'Islet 

Lotbiniere 

Maisonneuve 

Maskinonge 

Megantic 

Missisquoi 

Montcalm 

Montmagny 

Montmorency 



4,425 
8,095 

14,318 

24,029 
2,493 
3,104 
912 
1,979 
5,927 
2,124 
2,971 
%• 
1,642 
4,096 

11,546 
.3,210 

14,605 

5,976 

391 
1,339 
1,371 

547 
2,328 

81,563 

2,047 

75 

229 



79 

2,105 

3,884 

780 

95 

I 

355 

562 

3,563 

18 

360 

1,248 

3,152 

5,773 

1,174 

2,09(1 

128 

3 

1,119 

51 

127 

147 

217 

"l28 

2,512 

54 

1,451 

3,828 

444 

18 

1 



1891. 



Baptists. 



5,282 

8,223 

13,829 

24,032 

2,925 

3,608 

899 

2,034 

5,778 

2,891 

3,725 

3,292 

2,164 

4,553 

9,984 

3,975 

11,635 

6,646 

503 
1,574 
1,453 

701 
2,415 

75,472 

2,173 

139 

304 

136 

1 

125 

2,049 

3,610 

841 

78 

"476 

505 

3,232 

27 

479 

1,506 

3,019 

3,229 

1,315 

1,003 

19i: 

3i 

1,128, 

137i 

57 

245 

271 j 

"l39 

918 

45 

1,740 

4,025 

486 

10 

3 



1901. 



277 

1,256 

2,375 

4,517 

511 

737 

544 

1,106 

1,122 

247 

837 

1,033 

2,288 

1,446 

2,794 

465 

2,792 

5,905 

1,058 
1,240 
894 
1,283 
1,430 

8,480 

844 

8 

2 

47 



126 

364 

18 

10 

' 11 

547 
5 

' 62 

1 
878 

7 
121 

1 

'800 

76 

1 



213 

' 25 

274 

17 



1891. 



172 

1,094 

2,375 

3,438 

591 

653 

443 

768 

920 

268 

788 

1,066 

2,651 

1,289 

2,003 

387 

1,954 

6,261 

1,345 
1,291 
945 
1,213 
1,467 

7,981 

713 

7 

8 

34 



83 

430 

41 

2 



1 
639 



112 

5 

308, 

38' 

24 

4 

. i 

912 

119 

' 12 
5 



120 

1 

33 

286 



Congregation- 


alists. 


1901. 


1891. 


4 


19 


715 


802 


885 


1,003 


1,013 


1,297 


4 


2 


46 


160 


7 


7 


15 




9 


24 


434 


472 


93 


125 


520 


571 


118 


93 


28 


41 


773 


694 


7 


47 


484 


906 


3 


11 




2 




2 


1 






6 


2 


1 


5,173 


4,296 


66 


53 


5 


1 


12 




2 


:; 


'239 


"290 


11 


18 


1 




7 


5 


44 




398 


424 


"208 


" 226 


"528 


"182 


134 


53 


26 


1 


9 


" '2 


9 


3 


1 




"so 


3 


"22 


"13 


224 


259 



Jews. 
.Tuifs. 



1901. 



6 

1,610 

295 

1,133 



2 
4 

I 
10 

7,498 

2 
8 
1 
5 



3 

11 

108 

8 
41 
18 

"28 
3 

3 
1 



156 



1891. 



431 

215 

779 

2 

1 

11 



10 
11 



19 
1 



2,703 
6 



7 
14 



1 

19 

16 

7 

5 

10 

33 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 151 

Tablkau IX. Religions principales par districts de recensement, 1891-1901. 



Lutherans, 


Methodists. 


Presbyt 


erians. 


Roman Catholics. 


Unspecified . 


Various Sects. 




Lutheriens. 


Methodistes. 


Presbyt^riens. 


Catholiques Rom. 


JJonspecifieea 


Autres sectee. 


N" 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 
267 


1891. 




2 


4 


7,093 


7,491 


5,856 


5,988 


1,295 


1,490 


46 


97 


281 


115 


US 


191 


6,040 


6,015 


5.270 


4,845 


4,701 


4,036 


226 


431 


734 


564 


116 


223 


247 


9,938 


9,499 


8,464 


7,878 


7,954 


7,599 


211 


215 


958 


704 


117 


492 


290 


19,152 


16,991 


17,078 


14,726 


11,044 


10,195 


472 


454 


2,782 


1,625 


118 


8 


32 


6,332 


6,146 


4,973 


5,160 


1,529 


1,491 


67 


80 


341 


420 


119 


1 


4 


8,679 


8,699 


3,392 


3,227 


3,508 


3,831 


63 


40 


423 


232 


120 


9,745 


8,955 


2,467 


3,440 


1,975 


2,077 


5,481 


4,731 


65 


265 


5,908 


4,497 


121 


3,910 


4,529 


4,742 


4,282 


7,108 


6,948 


2,531 


2,516 


131 


209 


3,948 


3,847 


122 


1,476 


1,675 


7,381 


6,925 


4,164 


3,659 


si, 007 


3,155 


220 


268 


2,783 


2,720 


123 


256 


324 


7,012 


7,766 


7,236 


7,994 


2,210 


2,507 


67 


189 


979 


976 


124 


803 


741 


6,944 


7,821 


8,111 


8,100 


2,325 


2,412 


186 


120 


1,515 


1,114 


125 


115 


161 


5,825 


5,958 


7,694 


7,655 


3,699 


3,645 


159 


125 


1,811 


1,889 


126 


166 


246 


7,489 


8,213 


5,113 


5,671 


763 


985 


76 


402 


1,062 


1,204 


L27 


87 


124 


11,479 


11,048 


4,538 


4,523 


1,964 


2,444 


118 


357 


651 


629 


128 


217 


217 


11,503 


11,069 


8,465 


6,734 


2,833 


2,606 


184 


129 


2,052 


1,706 


129 


5 


5 


7,814 


9,155 


4,131 


4,276 


1,226 


1,410 


99 


83 


1,817 


946 


130 


162 


441 


16,766 


13,760 


11,292 


7,875 


5,454 


4,142 


245 


162 


1,915 


963 


131 


8 


3 


13,402 


13,596 


30,750 


33,072 


45,796 


47,837 


32 


243 


1,370 


1,408 




2 


1 


926 


1,028 


5,254 


5,740 


11,648 


12,732 


11 


37 


534 


306 


132 






3,216 


3,219 


5,979 


6,529 


8,041 


7,777 


7 


100 


163 


225 


133 


" 1 


" 1 


2,251 


2,288 


4,129 


4,374 


11,373 


11,880 


3 


20 


52 


26 


134 


5 


1 


3,153 


3,093 


8,793 


9,720 


7,414 


8,319 


6 


53 


226 


357 


135 






3,856 


3,968 


6,595 


6,709 


7,320 


7,129 


5 


27 


390 


494 


136 


1,642 


1,385 


42,014 


39,544 


58,013 


52,673 


1,429,260 


1,291,709 


2,126 


'2,882 


13,129 


9,890 




1 




1,494 


1,529 


3,496 


3,626 


8,120 


6,681 


1 


212 


330 


165 


137 






59 


54 


2 


29 


16,133 


19,293 


2 




4 




138 






67 


35 


289 


369 


42,531 


36,480 


4 




1 


25 


139 


1 




164 


54 


977 


820 


19,981 


15,584 


6 


" 7 


41 


27 


140 








1 




1 


18,705 


18,364 


1 






1 


141 






1 




" 19 


5 


18,874 


18,715 


1 




3 


4 


142 




3 


129 


"127 


2,787 


2,522 


19,062 


15,771 


15 


8 


271 


272 


143 


2 


7 


3,202 
317 


3,575 


105 


132 


4,724 


4,988 


16 


537 


857 


1,140 


144 


s 


2 


202 


291 


177 


22,834 


22,653 


1 


19 


40 


8 


145 


( 


2 


30 


12 


84 


63 


34,829 


29,092 


2 





101 


12 


146 










30 


24 


19.302 


19,013 






1 


1 


147 






240 


"215 


2,467 


2,707 


12,518 


12,320 


" 1 


" 4 


94 


66 


148 






15 


66 


163 


147 


47,303 


37,351 


68 


202 


134 


9 


149 


"32 


"85 


2,811 

284 


2,722 
255 


3,403 
253 


3,561 
.309 


15,033 
13,864 


11,150 
14,428 


82 


137 


575 
14 


815 

8 


150 
151 








10 


4 


28 


20,586 


18,498 




1 


57 


1 


152 


;[ 




801 


943 


59 


159 


42,062 


40,869 


" 7 


.36 


33 


71 


153 




2 


44c 


281 


26 


39 


27,038 


23,456 


9 


3 




51 


154 


■■94 

2 

27 


46 
1 
7 


2,859 

1,711 

762 

58 


1,646 

1,839 

250 

40 


5,237 

3,584 

1,506 

87 

1 


2,765 

3,995 

991 

28 


39,739 
7,277 
21,109 
21,954 
19,095 


27,351 
7,011 
16,762 
22,647 
20,451 


38 
7 
.3 


55 
83 
35 


1,665 

75 

477 

9 


168 

43 

404 

1 


155 
156 
157 
158 
159 


'200 


143 


"227 
49 


"328 
52 


1,370 
152 


1,013 
127 


27,080 
17,179 


21.113 
18,629 


( 

3 


"16 


" 85 
10 


"101 
1 


160 
161 






4^ 


26 


29 


37 


14,764 


14,522 


1 


"10 


27 


1 


162 




g 


5] 


46 


401 


211 


18,879 


15,936 


1 


25 


244 


20 


163 




3 


16 


18 


112 
13 


178 


25,814 
14,426 


25,505 
13,821 


1 


9 
1 


48 


5 
1 


164 
165 


'* 




31 


" 60 


72 


■ 153 


19,808 


20,330 




3 




3 


166 


'ios 


"37 


1,038 


316 
1 


2,106 
2 


503 
3 


58,165 
15,755 


30,361 
17,779 


"39 


25 


764 
2 


231 


167 
168 


' 1 
3 


" 5 


"700 

3,253 

97 


767 

3,701 

142 


1,511 

221 

29 


1,570 

295 

41 


19,811 
10,403 
12,413 


18,079 
10,405 
11,456 


■ 2 
10 


"24 
125 


98 

266 

1 


7 
347 


169 
170 
171 


■• 




1 




3 


6 


14,734 
12,310 


14,704 
12,300 






] 


12 


172 
173 



152 CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 

Table ix. Principal Religions by Census Districts, 1891-1901. 



No. 



174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 



202 
203 

204 
205 

206 



Districts. 



Montreal, Ste. Anne 

Montreal, St. Antoine 

Montreal, St. Jacques 

Montreal, St. Laurent 

Montreal, Ste. Marie 

Nioolet 

Pontiac 

Portneuf 

Quebec, Centre 

Quebec, East — Est 

Quebec, West— Quest 

Quebec, County — Comt^. . . . 

Richelieu 

Richmond &, Wolfe 

Rimouski 

RouvUle 

St. Hyacinthe 

St. Jean & Iberville 

Shefford 

Sherbrooke 

Soulanges 

Stanstead 

Teniiscouata 

Terrebonne 

Trois- Rivieres & St. Maurice. 

Vaudreuil 

Wright 

Yamaska 

Unorganized Districts- 

Abitibi ... 

Ashuanipi 

Mistassini.. . J 

Northwest Territories 



Alberta 

Assiniboia East — Est. . . . 
Assiniboia West — Quest . 
Saskatchewan 



Unorganized 
torles 



Terrl. 



Anglicans. 



1901. 



2,827 

9,629 

642 

5,531 

1,842 

34 

3,137 

416 

1,479 

200 

644 

742 

72 

2,559 

355 

315 

44 

469 

2,226 

3,278 

58 

2,876 

75 

379 

152 

296 

2,740 

61 



463 

28,366 

8,888 
6,969 
3,117 
6,392 

6,293 



1891. 



3,025 

9,022 

363 

5,623 

1,1"" 

15 

3,282 

646 

1,603 

317 

610 

674 

101 

2,848 

33 

289 

40 

708 

1,554 

3,045 

69 

2,591 

86 

334 

149 

336 

2,766 

47 



14,166 

4,537 

4,774 
2,109 
2,746 



1,800 



Baptists. 



1901. 



1891. 



191 
635 
67 
505 
138 

'l97 

' 68 

31 

39 

8 

8 

69 

7 

131 

15 

215 

231 

197 

'923 

15 

10 

4 

5 

304 

1 



5,416 

2,798 

1,611 

895 

112 

583 



165 

754 
28 

477 

97 

1 

168 

1 

78 

14 

36 

1 
114 

"l41 

9 

163 

118 

170 

i;211 

" 16 

2 

279 

1 



1,546 

418 
670 
403 

55 



Congregation- 
alists. 



1901. 



131 

637 

3 

192 

12 

" 3 

1 

13 



511 

' 5 

" 5 
649 
403 

'667 

" 4 



571 

347 

154 

51 

19 



197 



1891. 



1 
634 

1 
226 

9 



451 



233 

48 

151 

29 

5 



Jews. 
Juifs; 



1901. 



416 

866 

252 

5,000 

63 

8 

12 

' 3 

167 
95 

' 4 

12 

1 

1 

'll 

1 

66 

" 2 
16 
31 
20 



538 

242 
293 

1 
2 



163 



1891. 



283 

621 

197 

1,342 

14 



25 



15 

4 

11 

27 

5 

' 1 

' 1 
9 



85 

12 
61 
12 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901 153 

Tableau ix. Religions principales par districts de recensement, 1891-1901. 



Lutherans. 


Methodists. 


Presbyt 


Brians. 


Roman Catholics. 


Unspecified. 


Various Sects. 




Luth^rienB. 


M^thodistes. 


Presbyt^riens. 


Oatholiques Rom. 


Nonsp&ifi6es 


Autres sectes. 


N° 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 
1,053 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 


1901. 


1891. 




36 


50 


828 


1,968 


2,319 


16,815 


17,601 


17 


32 


139 


156 


174 


208 


161 


2,825 


3,116 


7,963 


7,897 


24,049 


21,568 


97 


192 


744 


661 


175 


58 


34 


324 


214 


552 


251 


39,928 


34,621 


160 


25 


632 


96 


176 


198 


229 


1,903 


1,956 


3,990 


3,607 


30,685 


28,716 


51 


123 


763 


509 


177 


38 


14 


498 


464 


1,164 


779 


36,586 


31,636 


17 


14 


273 


68 


178 




7 


1 




19 


9 


26,525 


28,701 


1 


2 


2 




179 


432 


350 


2,896 


'2,765 


2,261 


2,431 


16,328 


12,966 


7 


38 


450 


"92 


180 




1 


30 


50 


95 


81 


26,544 


25,027 


8 


6 


65 


1 


181 


"lO 


21 


312 


316 


654 


591 


17,727 


14,867 


11 


8 


89 


136 


182 


13 


11 


79 


113 


130 


166 


38,516 


35,463 


15 


4 


174 


107 


183 


1 


1 


182 


129 


294 


195 


7,856 


8,224 


9 


1 


28 


25 


184 


1 




34 


1 


479 


437 


20,708 


18,368 


9 


2 


120 


14 


185 






8 


9 


11 


58 


18,466 


20,298 






7 


16 


186 


■ 2 




1,640 


1,761 


1,698 


1,661 


27,282 


23,798 


"ll 


202 


353 


374 


187 






151 


157 


292 


275 


39,638 


32,965 


2 




11 




188 


" 1 


" 1 


54 


46 


48 


35 


15,381 


18,800 


9 


" 5 


45 


" 4 


189 




1 


18 


19 


94 


53 


21,344 


20,995 


10 


9 


18 


4 


190 


■■ 1 


2 


336 


332 


28 


100 


18,443 


21,873 


2 


64 


26 


25 


191 


1 




1,596 


1,237 


99 


115 


18,682 


19,395 


21 


105 


322 


315 


192 


6 


■"12 


1,443 


1,285 


971 


747 


11,764 


9,951 


6 


86 


292 


369 


193 




2 


17 


22 


217 


280 


9,632 


9,235 


2 




2 




194 


"13 


2 


3,278 


2,824 


344 


320 


9,079 


7,692 


25 


350 


1,791 


2^621 


195 




1 


17 


38 


68 


40 


28,899 


25,528 


1 




94 


5 


196 




10 


145 


183 


376 


406 


25,738 


22,170 


6 


" 1 


127 


6 


197 




1 


27 


34 


142 


84 


25,786 


20,801 


2 




31 


30 


198 






172 


113 


175 


66 


9,782 


10,261 


1 


" 2 


2 


10 


199 


'i45 


125 


2,237 


2,004 


2,983 


3,024 


36,205 


30,347 


13 


38 


172 


189 


200 






3 






12 


16,106 


15,974 






33 


24 


201 


1 




3 




7 




646 




1,285 










12,097 


2,676 


22,151 


7,980 


27,806 


12,507 


30,073 


13,008 


2,269 


8,936 


32,653 


5,662 




5,810 


554 


9,623 


2,608 


10,655 


3,755 


12,957 


5,899 


^'fn^ 


4,550 


13,281 


2,896 


202 


4,118 


1,429 


7,906 


3,465 


10,327 


4,966 


7,521 


Hf. 


391 


1,699 


10,403 


1,072 


203 


1,193 


676 


3,053 


1,578 


4,688 


2,489 


3,142 


1,567 


254 


560 


698 


467 


204 


976 


17 


969 


329 


2,136 


1,297 


6,453 


3,347 


349 


2,127 


8,271 


1,227 


205 


2,080 


2 


4,485 


178 


3,181 


51 


9,580 


1,336 


24,246 


28,782 


1,901 


19 


206 



154 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
]6 
17 
18 



CANADA. 
British Columbia.. 

1. Burrard 



a. Bennett & Atlin 

b. Cassiar (Stikine) 

c. Cassiar (Skeena) 

d. Vancouver, City— Cite 



2. New "Westminster.. 



Chilliwak 

Delta 

Dewdney 

N. Westminster, City — Cite. 
Richmond 



3. Vancouver 



Alberni 

Comox 

Cowichan 

Esquimalt (part) 

c. Nanaimo, City— Cite. .. . 
/. Nanaimo, North— Nord. 
g. Nanaimo, South — Sud 
h. Victoria, North— Nord. , 

Victoria, South — Sud . . . 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



4. Victoria. 



23 

24 
25 
26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 
33 
34 



Esquimalt (part) 

Metchosin 

Victoria 

Victoria, City — Cite. 

5. Yale & Cariboo . 



Cariboo 

6. Lillooet, East— Est 

Lillooet, West — Guest 

d. Kootenay, East — Est, North 
Riding— Div. Nord 

e. Kootenay, East— Est, South 
Riding — Div. Sud 

Kootenay, W. — O., Nelson 

Riding— Div 

Kootenay, W.— 0., Revel- 
stoke Riding — Div 

Kootenay, W.— C.Rossland 

Riding— Div 

Kootenay, W. — 0., Slocan 

Riding — Div 

J, Yale, East— Est.- 

k. Yale, North— Nord 

I. Yale, West— Quest 



2,229,600 

33,639 

4,842 

202 

73 

1,503 

3,064 

4,200 

771 
763 
1,67' 
726 
263 

4,463 

784 
340 
790 
138 
507 
302 
1,034 
306 
262 

2,179 

114 

5 

59 

2,001 

17,955 

1,616 

220 

2,383 

476 
2,429 
1,349 

635 
3,179 

1,081 
784 
646 

3,157 



Angli- 



Pree- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



680,620 

40,689 

10,430 

314 

51 

3,002 

7,063 

4,291 

589 
926 
483 
1,365 
928 

5,718 

491 
646 
831 
91 
1,441 
473 
875 
520 
350 

7,895 

650 

97 

560 

6,588 



12,355 

255 
127 

1S7 

471 
1,044 
1,400 

762 
2,539 

869 
1,340 

935 
2,426 



Metho- 
dists. 



Bap- 

Metho- 
distes. , tists. 



Baptists. 



842,442 

34,081 

7,736 

390 

"841 
6,505 

4,949 

734 
1,243 

669 
1,519 

784 

5,170 

521 

1,031 

356 

]25 

1,465 

340 

1,018 

201 

113 

4,056 

144 

19 

289 

3,604 

12,170 

245 
143 
172 

436 
1,222 
1,697 

686 

3,385 

1,364 

1,271 

969 

580 



916,886 

25,047 

6,923 

127 

10 

3,001 

3,785 

3,839 

1,117 
706 
398 

1,118 
500 

4,001 

437 
361 
476 
30 
1,457 
158 
764 
206 
112 

3,252 

82 

15 

112 

3,043 



7,032 

141 

77 

102 

220 

756 

987 

409 

1,974 

810 
800 
475 
281 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



292,189 

6,471 

1,712 

55 

"l06 
1,551 

1,063 

126 
255 
140 
417 
125 

753 

14 

47 
89 
24 

296 
18 

207 

7 

51 

991 

24 

2 

39 

926 

1,952 

31 
25 
15 

81 
206 
290 

63 

696 

207 

162 

148 

28 



24,288 

29 

2 



Me^- 
non- 
ites. 



31,797 

11 

4 

1 



15 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



8,775 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 155 

Tableau x. Population par religions. 



Greek 
Church. 


Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 


Con- 
grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 

vent- 


Jews. 


Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 


J'riends. 


Mor- 


Pa- 
gans, 


Prot- 
es- 


Vari- 
ous 

Sects. 


CJnspe- 
oified. 


N° 


EgUse 
Grec- 
que. 


Lu- 

the- 
riens. 


tion- 
alists. 


ren. 


ciples. 


ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 
mee 
du 

Salut. 




mons. 


Pay- 
ens. 


tants. 


Au- 

tres 
sectes. 


Non 
speci- 
fiees. 




15,630 


92,524 


28,293 


8,014 


14,900 


8,058 


16,401 


10,308 


4,100 


6,891 


15,107 


11,612 


64,633 


48,247 




101 


5,336 


1,198 


164 


99 


254 


554 


570 


130 


125 


5,139 


844 


17,567 


6,610 




5 


890 


460 


91 


36 


78 


210 


225 


12 


15 


1,304 


387 


4,020 


2,672 




2 

1 

2 


108 

8 

334 

446 


11 

2 

34 

4l3 


■■ 6 
85 


27 

" 1 

8 


" 2 
76 


7 

" 1 
202 


4 

'io3 

118 


1 

8 
3 


" 2 
13 


122 

1,137 

45 


"76 
311 


17 

11 

1,329 

2,663 


776 
493 
751 
652 


1 
2 
3 
4 


1 


598 


74 


2 


15 


53 


12 


79 


16 


71 


276 


73 


3,559 


648 




1 


49 

263 

55 

93 

138 


2 

9 

14 

28 

26 


" 2 


" 9 

" 5 

1 


17 
6 

27 

" 3 


' 7 
5 


7 
21 

6 
41 

4 


3 

1 
12 


54 
12 

" 1 
4 


88 
61 
29 
6 
92 


1 
2 

"37 
33 


62 

521 

245 

1,051 

1,680 


63 

277 
19 
85 

204 


5 
6 

7 
8 
9 


3 


726 


77 


8 


5 


22 


32 


37 


27 


8 


3,130 


45 


2,629 


343 




1 

1 

1 


141 
52 
46 
10 

139 
14 

282 
23 
19 


5 

14 

18 

8 

11 

5 

9 

2 

5 


1 
" 7 


" 2 
3 


"17 
" 5 


2 
3 

1 

"l4 
7 
4 

" 1 


" 2 

1 

2 

10 

10 

9 

' 3 


6 
2 
9 

8 
1 

1 


" 1 
3 

" 4 


1,608 

762 

218 

8 

" 8 

483 

35 

8 


19 
11 

" 2 
13 


69 
196 
721 

57 
733 

67 
339 
352 

95 


82 

36 

18 

2 

54 

33 

113 

2 

3 


10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 


27 


330 


155 


52 


1 


20 


168 


59 


21 


4 


109 


68 


3,129 


1,156 




" 27 


27 

2 

16 

285 


7 

1 

12 

135 


"52 


"' 1 


"lO 
10 


1 

" 4 
163 


" 8 
51 


" 21 


4 


i09 


"68 


120 
19 

282 
2,708 


22 

"27 
1,107 


19 
20 
21 
22 


65 


2,785 


432 


11 


42 


81 


1,32 


170 


54 


27 


320 


271 


4,230 


1,791 






20 
13 

8 


6 

2 
5 






4 


1 


7 
" 1 


2 
1 




162 


84 

2 

14 


745 
177 
281 


188 

2 

27 


23 
24 
25 




139 


2 




5 








1 








89 


18 


26 


53 


192 


46 


1 


11 


2 


4 


10 


5 


7 




5 


284 


229 


27 


1 


461 


143 




2 


8 


17 


79 


16 


4 


13 


12 


490 


132 


28 




126 


7 




4 


1 




12 


1 


3 




4 


249 


40 


29 


8 


1,045 


146 


7 


5 


31 


105 


39 


10 


4 


1 


121 


738 


568 


30 


1 

1 

1 


328 

155 

218 

80 


30 

18 

25 

2 


1 
" 2 


9 
5 

1 


4 

23 

6 

2 


4 
1 


7 

11 

3 

1 


2 

3 

10 

3 


3 
4 

" 2 


7 

7 

130 


"14 
"15 


250 
262 
314 
351 


338 
77 
79 
93 


31 
32 
33 
34 



156 



CENSUS OP CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



ITfanitoba.. 

6. Brandon 



Arthur 

Brandon, City— Cit6 

Brenda. , 

Cameron 

Comwallis 

Daly 

Elton 

Glenwood 

/Morton 

\Boissevain, Town — Ville. 

Oakland 

Pipestone 

Sifton 

/ Wallace 

I Virden, Town— Ville 

Whitehead 

Whitewater 

Winchester 

Woodworth 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Komains. 



7. Llsgar. 



Argyle 

fDufferin 

t Carman, Village 

Lorne 

Louise 

/Pembina 

t Manitou, Village 

f Rhineland 

] Plum Coulfe, Village . 

t Gretna, Village 

Riverside 

/ Stanley 

t Morden, Village 

Turtle Mountain 



8. Macdonald . 



Carberry, Town — Ville 

Cypress, North — Nerd 

Cypress, South — Sud 

Gladstone, Town — Ville 

Langford 

Lansdowne 

Neepawa, Town — Ville 

Norfolk, North— Nord 

Norfolk, South-Sud 

Ochre River (part) 

Portage la Prairie 

Portage la Prairie, Town- 

Ville 

Rosedale 

Westbourne 

Unorg. ter — Ter. non-org . . . 



Angli- 



35,672 
2,082 



432 
55 

272 
18 
12 
33 
74 
72 
20 
24 
50 

565 
44 
25 
67 
27 

118 

115 



4,228 

114 

830 

145 

1,827 

83 
187 

45 
245 

10 
137 
229 
219 

89 



3,198 

13 

46 

48 

4 

12 

51 

14 

97 

403 

914 

468 

253 
409 
277 
199 



44,922 
7,374 



1,208 
238 
246 
217 
343 
291 
365 
481 
238 
362 
237 
403 
581 
188 
319 
344 
329 
395 



4,813 

525 

583 

156 

416 

710 

661 

94 

18 

5 

19 

200 

349 

288 

78 

6,856 

220 
417 
397 
114 
208 
320 
255 
838 
877 
63 
1,094 

783 
292 
727 
251 



Pres- 
by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

.by- 

teriens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



65,348 

13,671 

1,302 
3,609 
518 
590 
440 
357 
878 
743 
716 
300 
957 
620 
622 
708 
394 
683 
598 
670 
966 



10,879 

1,112 

1,834 

492 

434 

1,781 

1,065 

275 

135 

76 

118 

635 

963 

592 

1,367 

12,349 

447 

1,144 

603 

301 

635 

842 

464 

1,501 

1,446 

151 

1,567 

1,295 

861 

1,073 

19 



Baptists. 



49,936 

12,498 

1,198 
1,271 
764 
768 
605 
346 
673 
783 
781 
248 
£81 
486 
372 
644 
258 
649 
529 
878 
674 



8,932 

1,032 

1,768 

479 

474 

1,215 

1,033 

146 

9 

13 

22 

394 

968 

360 

1,029 

10,519 

306 

818 

609 

196 

579 

801 

562 

1,053 

1,443 

119 

1,534 

1,089 

860 

687 

13 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



9,148 

1,843 

216 
476 
67 
270 
48 
42 
79 
39 
63 
85 
49 
61 
40 
32 
8 
25 
73 
77 
93 

1,326 



272 
68 
37 

197 

201 
62 
34 
23 
11 
87 

107 
83 



1,258 

4 

35 

31 

70 

79 

81 

42 

113 

133 

34 

186 



258 

88 

99 

5 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



18 



15,246 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



10,915 



8,864 
119 
118 

1^812 
1 



11 



76 
45 

45 



16 



16 



BECENSEMEN'T DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



157 

















Sal- 
















Greek 
Church . 


Lu- 
ther- 


Con- 










va- 
tion 






Pa- 




Vari- 


Unspe- 




ans. 








Ad- 


Jews. 


irmy. 






gans. 


Prot- 


ous 
Sects. 


cified. 








jrega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 










Mor- 










— 




tion- 


ren. < 


jiples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Trienda. 


mons. 


■ — 


es- 


Au- 

tres 


— 


N° 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


J uif s. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Non 




Greo- 
que. 


tU- 
riens. 


alists. 










du 
Salut. 






ens. 




Seotes 


speci- 
fiees. 




7,899 


16,542 


1,884 


467 


470 


519 


1,497 


745 


124 


65 


1,234 


646 


1,837 


917 




42 


642 


150 


64 


43 


17 


78 


109 


47 


1 


192 


80 


240 


63 






94 


11 




1 






8 


1 








6 


4 


1 


22 


200 


65 


"46 


11 


'" 1 


■'73 


48 


1 




"13 


"l5 


39 


48 


2 




37 


1 




1 




1 


2 


8 








5 




3 




4 


2 


"' 2 


1 






1 


29 








16 


■ 3 


4 


1 


1 


2 




















8 




5 


2 


2 


11 




" 3 


"iG 














2 




6 


2 


16 


7 


"' 6 


1 






"" 8 




" 1 








'" 1 


7 




20 


3 


4 


6 






19 


1 








""15 




8 




38 


2 


3 


















9 




9 




1 












4 










2 




10 




20 


"" 5 










2 










23 


" 5 


11 


" 10 


88 


26 


"" 2 








7 










5 




12 


1 


16 
30 


4 
7 


" 1 


" 2 






" 6 


2 








"38 




13 

14 




g 






4 




4 


3 


3 








4 


" 2 


15 




24 




















" 1 


14 




16 




30 


■■ 7 
1 




6 


■• 






1 

1 






"'62 


4 
38 




17 
18 


4 


6 


6 




7 






'" 1 






"i79 


,2 


12 


•• 


19 


60 


2,592 


121 


110 


148 


168 


126 


64 


16 


8 


80 


33 


236 


75 






976 


12 




9 










2 




14 


1 


4 


20 




90 


16 


"" 1 


82 






" 5 










40 


16 


21 






2 




24 


"" 1 




32 


4 








34 


1 


22 




\ 


I 




7 


2 










"so 




5 


2 


23 


5 


31 


65 


■ 1 




4 




1 


4 








89 


16 


24 


1 


26 

1 

534 

105 

223 


11 


30 


"' 2 














'" 5 


10 
4 


8 


25 
26 


/ " 24 


" 1 




"" 7 




"15 
37 

7 


" 1 


•• 






■" 2 


4 

2 

10 


■" 1 
1 


27 
28 
29 




14 


8 


"17 










2 






" 4 


6 


" 5 


30 


■"26 


638 
31 


1 




"I6 


■93 
13 


""28 
39 


'" 6 
19 


4 






'" 1 


6 
6 


18 


.31 
32 


4 


22 


" 4 


"61 


"' 1 


55 






2 


■ 6 




7 


19 


" 3 


33 


190 


1,429 


89 

5 


56 


202 


122 
10 


1 


217 
14 


26 


12 
•4 


182 


13 


194 


147 


34 


3 
2 


"22 
197 
27 
51 
IC 
4 
8C 


" 2 
"16 


■ 8 

■" 1 
6 


'" 5 

8 

" 1 
"" 1 


" 6 

1 
5 
5 


"" 1 


■ 9 
"'26 


1 
4 






"" 1 


"21 
11 

"■ 8 

1 

31 


"17 
3 

12 
6 
6 

2 


35 
36 
37 
38 
,39 
40 


li 




9 


61 




1 


4 






"' 2 


5 


4 


41 


4 
5 


1£ 

14 

' 71 


11 

] 

17 


"18 
3 
4 


11 
■9] 






< 


2 
1 


'" 8 


'27 
"ill 


'- 


7 
8 

46 


38 
2S 


42 
43 
44 


"15! 

2( 


2' 

) 4 

) 88J 

1{ 


11 

[ ] 
) 3 
i .. 


1 
S 
(1 


6C 

le 


£ 
17 




12c 
2] 
1] 


" 14 


'..'. 


1 
""45 


5 
C 

e 


IS 
2S 
2] 


2C 

1 


46 
46 
47 
48 



158 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Eeligions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



Angli- 



Pres- 

by- 
terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



Metbor 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



Uaptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
nou- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 
bors. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
28 
27 
28 



29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 



43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 



9. Marquette. 



/ Archie 

\Ellice 

Birtle 

Birtle, To^vn-Villc 

/ Blanchard 

\ Saskatchewan 

/ Boulton 

\Shell River 

Clanwilliam 

/ Dauphin 

1 Dauphin, Town — Ville . . . 

/Gilbert Plains 

t Grandview 

Hamiota 

Harrison 

Miniota 

Minnedosa, Town — Ville . . . 

Ochre River (part) 

Odanah 

Rapid City, Town— Ville . . 

Rossburn 

/ Russell 

\Silver Creek 

/ Shoal Lake 

t Strathclair. 

f Swan River 

-J Minitonas 

(.Unorg. ter — Ter. non-org. 



lO. Provencher. 



De Salaberry 

Emerson, Town — Ville . . . . . 

Franklin 

Hanover 

La Broquerie 

Montcalm •. 

f Morris 

t Morris, Town — Ville 

Ritchot 

{St. Boniface 
St. Boniface, Town— Ville. 
Kildonan (part) 

Tache 

Unorg. ter — Ter. non-org.. 



11. Selkirk . 



Assiniboia 

Brokenhead 

Bast Selkirk, Town— Ville . 

GimU 

/ Kildonan (part) 

(St. Paul 

Macdonald 

Posen 

Rockwood 

Rosser 

Selkirk, Town— Ville 



3,100 

5 
293 
35 
8 
7 
3 

24 
79 

274 
27 

205 
51 
9 
6 
11 
48 
20 
53 
12 

825 
60 
70 
27 
92 
45 
19 

792 

11,589 

1,644 

84 

323 

85 

1,843 

1,952 

346 

77 

1,825 

475 

1,849 

24 

1,004 

58 

6,332 

320 
637 

28 
305 

44 

51 
353 
251 
238 

51 
161 



5,929 

144 
148 
370 
129 
217 
120 

46 
156 
186 
497 
240 
336 
223 
165 
145 
361 
278 

77 
347 
128 

53 
424 
131 
284 
176 
261 

91 
196 

1,360 

18 

200 

337 

43 

49 

112 

141 

119 

42 

45 

94 

60 

83 

17 

8,415 

485 
197 
57 
17 
188 
308 
141 
318 
925 
210 
662 



10,790 

254 
53 
268 
179 
467 
513 
105 
333 
258 
674 
376 
640 
417 
743 
273 
700 
310 
111 
475 
201 
325 
597 
466 
527 
654 
- 399 
107 
365 

2,039 



268 

564 

76 

103 

133 

349 

141 

95 

35 

48 

81 

123 

1 

5,448 

112 

210 

63 

20 

362 

97 

488 

139 

1,351 

201 

340 



6,763 

69 
84 
300 
102 
404 
158 
8 
45 
111 
487 
332 
515 
385 
607 
162 
399 
281 
132 
411 
119 
126 
176 
115 
229 
126 
425 
164 
291 

1,197 



151 

411 

27 

11 

88 

204 

103 

43 

21 

11 

39 

42 

7 

3,286 

90 
186 

23 
9 

76 

27 
157 

37 
826 
166 
139 



1,387 

60 
33 
70 
30 
30 
84 
1 
9 
106 
110 
51 
58 
20 
28 
32 
32 
48 
20 
71 
76 
26 
28 
16 
93 
104 
97 
23 
31 

484 

47 

92 

214 

1 

27 

46 

6 

1 

4 

14 



795 

11 

26 

1 

1 

3 

3 

38 

25 

178 

14 

50 



11 



11 



14 



13 



4,267 



9 

73 

2,373 

468 

264 

1,007 

1 

5 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



159 

















Sal- 
















Greek 


Lu- 
ther- 


Con- 










va- 
tion 






Pa- 




Vari- 


Unspe- 




CHurdr. 


ans. 








Ad- 


Jews. 


4.rmy. 






gans. 


Prot- 


ous 
Sects. 


cified. 






V 


jrega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 










Mor- 










— 




tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


Au- 

tres 

Seotes 


— 


N°. 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Won, 




Greo- 
que. 


th^- 
riens. 


alists. 










m^e 
du 






ens. 




sp&i- 
fiees. 


















Salut. 
















3,509 


1,274 
32 


164 
2 


89 


31 

1 


43 


79 


89 


19 


29 


175 


71 
11 


253 


249 


1 




3 
























" 9 




2 


6 


14 


"l9 






" 1 




" 1 


" 15 








" 5 


38 


"13 


3 


2 


8 
22 








"10 




1 












"15 


7 
1 


4 
5 




28 


"21 


" 6 






















2 




6 




99 




























, " 1 


7 


9 


4 
























" 1 


" 3 


1 


8 


25 


422 


" 8 


" 3 




" 8 




















4 


9 


1,067 


44 


15 


12 




15 




' IS 


1 


" 1 










24 


10 


58 


17 


1 


1 






"15 


13 












" 4 




11 


821 


33 


12 










4 




"28 






"28 


12 


" 2 


12 


16 


6 


1 

4 

2 

17 


"10 
"17 




" 5 


" 2 


3 
2 
2 






12 

"75 
13 




23 
3 
1 

1 


26 

28 

3 

8 


13 

14 
15 
16 


7 


50 




13 


" 2 






" 3 

6 


3 








"19 


9 


17 
18 




"30 


"11 


"17 


" 2 






18 










32 


" 5 


19 




1 




















" 2 


27 




20 


" 54 


8 


" 4 










" 1 






"70 


2 






21 


2 


63 

57 


5 
5 


" 1 




" 4 




1 






" 3 


22 


" 9 


7 
16 


22 
23 


■■ 3 


2 


16 








" 2 








2 




" 3 


33 


24 


77 


35 


9 




















3 


8 


25 


5 


89 
6 


7 

1 


■ 9 


"11 

13 
















33 

1 


8 
26 


26 

27 


1,357 


182 


4 




2 




"60 


"I6 










15 


19 


28 


1,909 


1,519 


9 


7 


.8 


38 


42 


27 


1 


10 


197 


82 


42 


35 




2 










1 












34 






29 


3 


"21 






" 2 






" 6 








3 


" 1 




30 


1,744 


730 


" 6 




6 


"23 


"10 


21 


1 


" 9 


164 


8 


37 


" 9 


31 


139 


233 










14 










9 




4 


32 




117 






















1 


. ^ 


2 


33 


5 


45 
























2 




34 


10 


107 
14 








"14 


"10 














1 


"15 
4 


35 
36 


6 


16 

1 

2 

183 

41 
9 


" 3 


" 6 
" 1 






" 8 

I ■ 






•• 


" 1 


"33 


" 4 
"23 


" 1 


1 


37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 


1,959 


4,833 


51 


52 


19 


82 


26 


43 


8 




402 


250 


530 


65 




3 


8 






12 






3 






.. 


15 


6 


6 


43 


330 


338 












2 










9 


4 


44 


60 


34 












5 










1 




45 


394 


2,067 








" 5 














159 


"31 


46 


1 


84 

8 

114 

729 


p 
'4 


"10 


" 1 
6 


17 
17 


"11 


2 
2 
b 


1 






•• 


1 

"14 
39 


" 1 


47 
48 
49 
50 


"583 


84 
37 


" 5 


"13 




" 1 






1 

6 






■ii4 

45 


28 


3 
1 


51 
52 


1 


682 


£ 


"10 




15 


"l4 


" 8 










"92 


5 


53 



160 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



12. Winnipeg, City— Cite. 



Districts & S.- Districts. 



Springfield 

St. Andrews 

St. Clements 

St. Fran9oia-Xavier 

St. Laurent 

Woodlands 

TJnorg. ter — Ter. non-org. 



Ward — Quartier 1 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 2 

do 3 

do 4 

do 5 

do 6 



New Brunswick . 



13. Albert. 



a. Alma 

6. Coverdale 

Elgin 

d. Harvey 

Hillsborough. 
/. Hopewell. . . . 



14. Carleton 



Aberdeen 

Brighton 

Kent 

Northampton 

Peel 

Richmond 

Simonds 

Wakefield 

Wicklow 

Wilmot 

Woodstock 

Woodstock, Town — Ville. 



15. Charlotte. 



-Ville. 



Campobello 

Clarendon 

Dufferin 

Dumbarton 

Grand Manan . . 

Lepreau 

Milltown, Town 

Pennfield 

St. Andrews, Town & Parish 

— Ville et Paroisse 

St. Croix 

St. David 

St. George, Town & Parish — 

Ville et Paroisse 

St. James 

St. Patricks 



Homan 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Homains. 



356 
183 
162 
1,748 
682 
65 
697 

5,143 

232 
1,156 

422 
1,186 
1,889 

258 

125,698 

765 

186 
21 
153 
192 
113 
100 

2,411 

62 

60 

921 

184 

7 

342 

60 

62 

48 

121 

100 

440 

2,522 

57 

2 

154 

10 

64 

683 

156 

302 

22 

117 

338 

133 

43 



Angli- 



595 
1,823 
959 
149 
52 
484 
845 

10,175 

796 
2,097 
1,596 
2,262 
2,292 
1,132 

41,767 

271 

33 

27 
62 
61 
36 
52 

2,059 

135 

60 

85 

97 

50 

277 

20 

186 

202 

128 

261 

558 



375; 

18 

39 

26 

443 

207 

121 

262 



459 

32 

362 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by. 

teriens. 



781 
496 
169 
96 
26 
342 
165 

10,172 

620 
1,917 
1,076 
2,978 
2,906 

676 

39,496 

344 

87 
53 
27 
39 
34 
104 

1,999 

416 
74 
85 
68 
32 

491 
58 
27 

146 
69 

176 

367 

'3,259 

1 

60 

4 

225 

14 

7 

327 



304 
238 

150 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



595 


286 


169 


689 


213 


291 



364 

50 

8 

84 

3 

234 

807 

6,741 

287 
1,225 

952 
2,066 
1,765 

446 

35,973 

1,945 

434 
319 
250 
173 
252 
517 

3,050 

136 
. 118 
122 
183 
92 
363 
106 
338 
263 
573 
112 
644 

3,475 

7 

51 

122 

164 

164 

6 

427 

13 

171 

18 

303 

86 
532 
126 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



108 
67 
23 



16 
223 

2,055 

72 
287 
269 
749 
574 
104 

65,206 

7,334 

274 

859 

1,710 

918 

2,411 

1,162 

8,067 

298 

1,401 

868 

590 

609 

207 

261 

701 

1,046 

601 

387 

1,108 

5,310 

180 
32 
91 

131 

1,353 

58 

77 

348 



Free 



tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 
ho- 
bors. 



15,668 
126 



119 



3,480 

147 

1,039 

671 

4 

454 

'i95 
168 
166 
282 

364 

1,433 

581 



470 
"i39 



13 



1 

12 



149 




248 




349 




,048 


6 


317 




82 





RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901, 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



161 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


Au- 

tres 

sectes. 


— 


N° 


£glise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Non 




Greo- 
que. 


the- 
riens. 


alists. 










mee 
du 






ens. 




speci- 
fics. 


















Salut. 
























• 






















165 


172 


8 










3 


1 








33 


3 


1 


109 


44 








" 3 




2 






"10 




31 


5 


2 


313 


200 

6 

6 

14 

206 


" 8 


" 4 
"15 




2 
"22 


" 1 


10 






36 
■356 


"76 


43 

"18 
56 


" 3 
" 3 


3 

4 
5 
6 

7 


230 


4,253 


1,300 


. 89 


19 


49 


1,145 


196 


7 


5 


6 


117 


342 


283 




1 


190 


44 










17 


4 








9 


8 


8 


41 


130 


309 


"'14 


■ 8 




"19 


10 








" 2 


50 


40 


9 


4 


798 


282 


19 




" 4 


4 


17 


1 




■■ 6 


21 


58 


91 


10 


30 


1,409 


365 


25 


"11 


19 


99 


109 


2 


" 1 




17 


128 


84 


11 


145 


1,582 


247 


28 




14 


1,023 


43 




* 




70 


69 


50 


12 


9 


144 


53 


3 




12 




• • 




" 4 




7 


28 


10 


13 


13 


196 
6 

■ 5 


1,040 
3 

" 1 
2 


4 


1,637 


1,124 
108 

'"20 

6 

51 

31 


376 


606 
9 

" 5 
" 4 


5 


11 


2 


104 


1,316 
8 

" 6 

1 
1 


878 
7 

" 2 
4 

" 1 


14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 




1 


27 

1 

1 
2 
1 




4 
" 4 


383 

1 
24 
9 
4 
52 
18 
62 
60 


1 


29 

" 1 
" 1 








5 
1 


21 

1 
6 

■ 5 
" 3 


84 

6 

"12 
3 

" 1 

13 

1 


20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 




" 1 


■ 8 






26 

12 

6 
















"31 

5 


28 
29 
30 






"l4 






109 


■ 1 


"27 








"4 


■ 6 


12 


31 




13 


370 




1,341 
9 

" 4 


134 


_ 


83 


1 


11 




5 


136 

1 

" 1 

7 


227 
"' 1 


32 
33 
34 
35 






" 1 




18 


'iis 




"68 




"10 






4 
6 


" 8 


36 
37 






■342 




"15 


"' 4 






1 






■• 


14 
■"30 


'"49 
4 

'ios 


88 
39 

40 
41 
42 




1 


3 

1 




496 


" 1 




1 
4 
i 










3 
10 


29 
4 


43 
44 
45 



A— 11 



162 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 





Districts & S. -Districts. 


Roman 
Catholics. 

Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 


Angli- 
cans. 


Pres- 
by- 
terians. 

Pres- 

,by- 

teriens. 


Metho- 
dists. 

Metho- 
distes. 


Baptists. 


Men- 
non- 

ites. 


Douk- 


No. 


Bap- 

■ tists. 


Free 
Bap- 
tists. 


ho- 
bors. 


1 
2 
3 


0. St. Stephen 

p. St. Stephen, Town— ViUe. . . 
q. West Isles 


45 
396 

25,301 

3,551 
4,237 
4,017 
2,413 
1,899 
1,340 
1,078 
3,220 
3,546 

18,089 

1,216 
825 
3,221 
400 
2,545 
2,240 
2,161 
1,059 
1,051 
3,371 

2,467 

115 

16 

86 

289 

229 

■' 138 
249 
139 
305 

27 
446 
174 
152 
102 

14,378 

2,469 

1,189 

163 

3,302 

125 

484 

760 

85 

1,370 

1,743 

545 


196 

552 

20 

886 

459 

17 

8 

4 

288 

■■ 17 
92 

1,181 

1 

6 

47 

151 

327 

4 

2 

■■579 
64 

5,974 

110 
310 
193 
734 
59 
26 
988 
440 
501 
355 
342 
687 
359 
420 
450 

2,612 

9 

458 

180 

664 

110 

26 

307 

304 

200 

311 

38 

1 

4 


88 

502 

4 

1,093 

515 

145 

43 

4 

248 

9 
38 
91 

3,267 

37 

296 

53 

324 

828 

34 

79 

30 

1,390 

196 

2,453 
104 

'' 93 

235 

35 

■' 51 
153 
123 
238 
178 
703 
235 
205 
100 

7,962 

720 
466 
202 

1,955 
434 
821 
195 
130 
345 

1,574 
643 

"477 


« 

437 
729 
119 

574 

356 

26 

6 

"l30 

2 

54 

834 

2 
1 

49 
126 
157 

" 89 

8 

243 

159 

2,923 

194 
142 

11 
245 
305 
4 
158 
126 

44 
735 
233 
373 

68 

91 
194 

1,827 

130 

15 

61 

604 

134 

2 

33 

185 

15 

296 

277 

13 

62 


102 
546 
2u5 

33 

, 20 
8 

5 

5.S0 

1 

70 
102 

18 

"100 

44 

41 

154 

6,733 

443 
120 
197 
501 
884 
397 
270 
306 
219 
585 
711 
611 
144 
89 
256 

1,650 

5 

307 

386 

39 

42 

4 

4 

285 

17 

176 

156 

2 

227 


" 1 
235 

1 

" 1 

1,805 

146 
211 

" 1 

410 

■ 20 
164 

416 
234 
194 

" 9 
3 

" 1 
" 1 

" 1 








16. Gloucester 




4 
5 
6 

7 
8 


a. Bathurst 

6. Beresford 

c. Caraquet 

d. Inkerman 


•• 


9 
10 


/. - Paquetteville 

gf. St. Isidore 




11 
12 

13 
14 


h,. Saumarez 

i. Shippigan 

17. Kent 

«. Acadieville 

6. Carleton 




in 






16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
?1 


d. Harcourt 

e. Richibucto 

f. St. Louis 

ff. St. Mary 

h. St. Paul 

i. Weldford 




22 

23 
24 


;. Wellington 

18. Kings 

a. Cardwell 

b. Greenwich 




?,n 






26 
27 
28 


d. Hampton 

e. Havelock « 

/. Kars 




29 


g. Kingston 




31 
32 
33 
,S4 


i. Rothesay 

i. Studholme 

k. Springfield '. 




:^.') 


VI. Upham 




36 


n. Waterf ord 




37 

38 


0. Westfield 

10. Northumberland 

a. Alnwick 




39 
40 


b. Blaokville 

c. Blissfield 




41 

42 


d. Chatham 

e. Derby 




43 
44 
45 
4fi 


/. Glenelg 

g. Hardwicke 

h. Ludlow 

i. Nelson 




47 


7. Newcastle 




48 


k. North Esk 




49 

50 


I. Rogersville 

m. South Esk 











RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



163 



Greek 
Church. 



Eglise 
Groo- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 
th6- 
riens. 



Con- 
grega- 
tion- 
alists. 



Breth- 
ren. 



Dis- 
ciples. 



Ad- 

vent- 

ints. 



Jews. 



Juifs. 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 
mee 
du 

Salut, 



Friends. 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 



Prot- 

es- 

tants. 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects, 



Au- 

tres 

sectes. 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 
speoi- 
fieea. 



12 



A-llJ 



799 



11 



10 



28 



18 



204 



52 



3 




2 


2 




"l3 




8 


■ 7 






6 




4 


16 


6 




7 


176 


6 



22 



164 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



9 
10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



20. Restigouche 



a. Addington 

6. Balmoral 

0. Colborne 

d. Dalhousie 

e. Durham 

f. Eldon & Restigouche River 



21. St. John, City & Co- 
Cite et comtfi 



a. Brooks Ward — Quartier. 



24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 q. 



Dukis ' 
Guys 
Kings 
Prince 
Queens 
Sydney- 
Wellington 
Dufferin 
Lansdowne 
Lome 
Stanley 
Victoria 
Lancaster . . 
Musquash... 
St. Martin.. 
Simonds - . . . 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Roman 

Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Remains. 



22. Sunbury & Queens. . . 



p- 



41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
.46 
47 
48 
49 



Blissville 

Burton 

Gladstone 

Lincoln 

Maugerville . . 

Northfield 

Sheffield 

Brunswick . . . 

Cambridge 

Canning 

Chipman 

Gagetown . . . . 

Hampstead 

Johnston 

Peters ville .... 
Waterborough . 
Wickham 



23. Victoria. 



Andover . . . . 
Drummond . . 
Gordon . . . 
Gr.ind Falls . 

Lome 

Madawaska . 

Perth 

St. Anns . . . 
St. Bazile . . 



6,159 

1,549 
1,035 
574 
1,292 
1,632 
77 



15,360 

472 

632 

380 

978 

1,967 

644 

1,018 

1,373 

1,364 

1,490 

693 

260l 

706 

1,812 

159 

268 

1,144 

1,616 

11 

227 

79 

81 

86 

202 

6 



44 
170 
66 
38 
43 
436 
23 
16 

14,782 

59 

1,526 

35 

900 

1 

1,705 

236 

1,262 

1,607 



Angli- 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 
by- 

teriens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



789 


2,947 


356 


404 


1,129 


226 


23 


11 


9 


20 


453 


18 


136 


7m 


32 


25 


552 




181 


102 


71 


11,577 


5,927 


6,959 


381 


123 


186 


831 


423 


509 


608 


265 


586 


555 


228 


213 


1,057 


405 


574 


915 


532 


782 


532 


164 


289 


953 


572 


648 


747 


513 


589 


976 


359 


397 


552 


161 


314 


276 


67 


128 


875 


553 


440 


802 


934 


681 


273 


53 


18 


469 


227 


257 


775 


348 


348 


2,500 


1,190 


2,269 


63 


10 


136 


170 


8 


272 


78 


25 


17 


83 


29 


32 


201 


9 


35 


29 


112 


7 


44 


5 


288 


1 




19 


183 


8 


104 


68 


40 


130 


112 


618 


60 


390 


4 


164 


106 


31 


99 


327 


88 


214 


387 


167 


532 


198 


33 


159 


60 


3 


1 


1,894 


1,025 


497 


416 


118 


177 


659 


70 


29 


]H5 


167 


51 


327 


98 


90 


49 


106 


37 


86 


35 


13 


113 


418 


98 


11 






1 







314 

256 

10 

3 

19 

' 26 



9,605 

381 
486 
877 
306 
633 
528 
251 
624 
582 
908 
1,262 
163 
469 
810 
228 
706 
401 

5,910 

22 
182 

53 
640 
173 
264 
283 
229 
751 
409 
644 
199 
.141 
534 
228 
807 
461 

2,326 

315 
256 
209 
436 
253 
26 
752 
9 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



503 



2 

2 

2 

138 



139 

"24 
91 

1 
1 



3,228 

466 
558 
736 

"21 

" 1 
83 
66 



646 

287 
7 

'258 

461 

168 
14 

219 
12 

" 4 
34 



Meu- 
non- 

ites. 



Douk- 
ho- 
bors. 



RECEINSEMENT DTJ CANADA, 1901. 
Tajbleau X. Population par religions. 



165 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Conr 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


— 


— 


N° 


Eglise 


Lu- 








is ts. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 


Non 




Grec- 


th6- 


alists. 










■ mee 






ens. 




tres 


speci- 




que. 


riens. 












du 
Salut. 










sectes. 


fi^es. 






4 


1 


, , 


. , 




6 


4 












6 






3 










2 


4 












4 


1 
2 


■■ 


" 1 


" 1 








" 1 
3 














" 1 

1 


3 

4 
5 
6 


9 


28 


229 




180 


85 


283 


197 
6 








20 


548 
5 


219 
13 


7 




" 3 


"20 




"21 
1 


■ 3 


"12 


29 
21 








"12 


54 
18 


17 


8 
9 


2 




"20 






" 1 


26 


3 










31 


" 1 


10 


3 


■' 3 


9 
49 




"30 
29 


2 


17 


11 
5 








" 1 


41 
57 


22 
11 


11 

12 


2 








6 






7 










11 


4 


13 


1 




"16 




34 


" 5 


■ G 


23 










25 


32 


14 




" 2 


19 




2 


26 


168 


5 








1 


77 


5 


15 




1 


5 
9 




15 
13 


22 
4 


46 


n 

7 










45 

72 


3 

30 


16 
17 




" 7 


4 
























18 




1 


64 




"26 


" 6 


' 6 


"46 








" 3 


"46 


" 8 


19 




8 


5 




1 


9 
4 


1 


22 










25 


77 
5 


20 

21 


1 


" 1 
2 


" 9 
67 




" 2 

8 


2 

1 

14 


" 1 


" 1 
9 








" 3 

22 


" 1 
40 

15 


17 
4 

58 

5 


22 
23 

24 








■ 5 






" 2 














" 1 


2 
11 

5 


25 
2B 

27 








" 9 






















■■ 


28 
29 








"41 






" 1 




" 2 












" 1 


30 
31 
32 








2 




















1 


" 5 


33 








3 










" 6 














34 








1 




" 2 
6 


■■ 5 
3 
3 




" 1 








" 1 
21 


"10 
3 


"I6 

1 

10 

2 


35 
36 
37 
38 
39 








" 6 
























40 


1 


90 

"90 


8 






21 
1 


14 
" 1 










1 


39 

5 
19 


37 

2 
20 

1 


41 
42 
43 


' ' 






. 3 






18 


"41 .. 










" 8 


1: 44 




























5 


2, 45 


■ * 






"1 






" 1 


' 9 














2 


46 


1 






4 






1 












1 


" 2 


4 


47 
48 
49 






' 






■~- -- ■■ -• 


" ' ■ 



166 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



Angli- 
cans. 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
•35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 



;'. St. Francis . . 

k. St. Hilaire . . 

I. St, Jacques. 

m. St. Leonard , 



24. ■Westmorland... 



a. Botsfoid 

b. Dorchester 

Moncton, City — Cite . 

d. Moncton 

c. Sackville 

/. Salisbury 

rj. Shediac 

h. Westmorland 



25. York . 



Bright , , 

Canterbury 

Douglas 

Dumfries 

Fredericton, City — Cite. . 

Kingsclear 

McAdam 

Manners Sutton 

Marysville, Town — Ville . 

New Maryland 

North Lake 

Prince William 

Queensbury 

St. Marys 

Southampton 

Stainley 



Nova Scotia., 



26. Annapolis. 



Annapolis Royal 

Bear River 

Belleisle 

Bridgetown 

Carleton Corner 

Clarence 

Clementsport 

Clemen tsvale 

Clements, West — Quest. 

Dalhousie 

Granville Ferry .-. 

Granville, Lower 

Hampton 

Lawrencetown Lane .... 

Lequille 

Maitland . . 

Margaretsville 

Meadowvale 

Melvern 



2,523 
1,150 
1,071 
2,657 



17,957 

2, Off 

4,536 

2,803 

2,078 

621 

156 

5,594 

102 



3,941 

15 
259 
189 

70 

1,427 

656 

96 

238 

137 

1 

27 

91 

77 
398 

34 
226 



129,578 

626 

HO 
10 

24 
10 
27 
62 

2 

1 
15 

5 
H 

1 

13 

108 

13 

1 
27 
16 



40 



2,405 

47 
314 
723 
193 
364 
149 
356 
259 



5,530 

.304 
346 
507 
106 
1,857 
264 
154 

28 
153 
160 

53 
223 
133 
395 
278 
570 



66,107 

3,388 

457 

58 

359 

220 

68 

147 

79 

68 

96 

150 

244 

127 

3 

48 

443 

11 

17 

31 

46 



13 



3,289 

684 
133 
1,314 
409 
148 
110 
193 



4,741 

29 

55 

235 

212 

871 

142 

136 

1,100 

75 

72 

108 

376 

65 

349 

188 

728 



106,381 
530 



6,049 

899 
286 

1,342 
754 

1,267 
449 
118 
935 



5,215 

84 

258 

585 

32 

1,300 

122 

98 

1 

739 

8 

107 

16 

117 

1,137 

65 

546 



57,490 

3,746 

198 

178 

209 

174 

216 

269 

166 

74 

55 

71 

205 

121 

19 

228 

71 

108 

114 

183 

137 



47 



23 



10,981 

572 

680 

2,668 

1,961 

2,829 

1,798 

132 

341 



7,407 

511 

802 

311 

90 

937 

311 

19 

95 

771 

146 

307 

143 

406 

1,095 

1,188 

275 



74,869 

10,044 

126 
329 
3641 
354 
554 
933 
325 
521 
305 
91 
397 
538 
276 
316 
193 
215 
299 
516 
340 



979 



98 



141 
10 



3,659 

243 

378 
505 

85 
519 

47 
199 



109 
63 
470 
163 
690 
188 



8,364 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



167 



Lu- 
Greek ther- 
Ohurch. 



Eglise 
Greo- 
que. 



Lu- 

the- 

riens. 



Con- 
pfrega- 

tion- 
alists . 



35 



Breth- 
ren. 



1 

6,572 
84 



Dis- 
ciples. 



318 
144 
"l7 

"l3 
9 
3 
1 

10 



1 

111 

6 

3 



2,938 
28 



Ad- 
vent- 
ists. 



142 



1,412 
7 
1 



Jews. 



Juifs. 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 

mee 

du 

Salut, 



64 



292 

131 
9 

74 

"23 
" 3 



3 

42 

1 

6 

1,494 

227 

1 
58 

7 



Fnends. 



13 



13 



13 



.437 
2 
2 



70 



152 

" 3 
'117 



Mor- 
mons. 



1,251 
86 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 
ens. 



73 



Prot- 



tants. 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects . 



Au- 
tres 



22 



22 



Unsje- 

oified. 



Non 
speci- 
nees. 



335 

1 



1,514 
45 



1 
25 



N° 





" 2 




3 


129 


59 


27 


6 


1 


6 


59 


7 


16 


11 


12 


9 


1 


6 




6 


13 


8 


186 


64 


8 


5 




1 


14 


1 




1 


13 


26 




' 6 


143 




2 


1 




■ 9 




2 




10 


" 5 


" 1 



543 
14 



5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



168 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 





Districts & S. -Districts. 


Roman 
Catholics. 

Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 


Angli- 
cans. 


Pres- 

by- 

tenans. 

Pres- 
by- 

teriens. 


Metho- 
dists. 

Metho- 
distes. 


Baptists. 


Men- 
non- 

ites. 


Douk- 


No. 


Bap- 
tists. 


Free 
Bap- 
tists. 


ho- 
bors. 


1 




41 

4 

10 

68 

3 

17 
24 

11,774 

542 
1,447 
413 
849 
793 
685 
672 
211 
501 
764 
376 
897 
974 
1,176 
534 
713 
237 

24,790 

196 
206 
414 
686 
510 

3,961 
38 
500 
529 
627 
146 
571 

3,466 
627 

1,415 
29 
778 
580 
61 
438 
541 

1,773 
378 
292 
422 

3,877 

1,716 
113 


110 

102 

39 

22 

12 

6 

"389 
36 

290 

9 
42 
14 

1 

" 85 
98 

1 
3 

6 

" 31 

4,826 

9 
289 

"293 
2 

" 24 

16 

583 

6 
28 
14 
22 

"478 

147 

880 

264 

90 

79 

1,283 

309 

10 


26 
3 

11 

12 

1 
9 

" 24 
34 

1,236 

"252 

122 

95 

2 

17 

"372 

1 

10 

18 

13 

8 

99 

10 

1 

216 

13,643 

114 

259 

5 

79 

505 

1,387 

297 

" 25 

437 

348 

1,989 

37 

1 

826 

31 

144 

233 

528 

53 

858 

613 

134 

285 

2,960 

950 

546 


302 

1 

31 

189 
59 

194 
34 
61 
79 

89 
"■ 5 

" 57 
5 

" 21 

1 

3,174 
" 17 

"227 

"435 

33 

437 

1 
5 
1 

"1O6 

"703 

7 

20 

36 

986 

161 


473 
239 
171 
449 
398 
327 
531 
115 
349 

216 

" 83 
40 

2 

10 

8 

9 

" 10 

" 34 
20 

2,179 

11 
121 

" 58 

51 

8 

" 74 

155 

266 

22 

1 

65 

1 

31 

2 

33 

16 

350 

187 

63 

3 

614 

42 

6 


1 






9, 


Vi. Milford 


* 




3 






4 


w. Nictau 




5 


X. Parker Oove.. .. . . 




6 

7 


y. Port George 

z. Port Lome 




8 
9 


a>. Round Hill 

fti. Springfield 




10 


27. Antigonish 

a. Arisaig 




11 






12 
13 


c. Antigonish, South — Sud 




14 
Ifi 


c. Harbour au Bouche 




16 
17 


g. Linwood 




18 


i. Mary vale 




19 
20 
21 
22 
?3 


/. Morristown 

k. North Grant 

I, Pomquet 

m. St. Ajadrews 




fA 






25 
2fi 


p. Tracadie 




27 


28. Oape Breton 

a, Bateston 




28 


6. Ball Creek 






30 
31 


A, Boisdale 

c. Boularderie 




3? 






33 
34 
35 
36 

37 


g, Catalone 

h. East Bay, North— Nord 

%. East Bay, South —Sud 

/. Frenohvale 




38 
.39 


I. George River 




40 






41 


0. Grand Narrows 




42 


p. Hillside 




43 
44 


q. Lingan 

r. Little Bras d'Or 




45 






46 


f. Louisburg 




47 






48 
49 
60 


V. North Sydney, Town— Ville. 

Iff. Port Mwien 

c. South Bar 




51 


y. South Forks 




52 

53 < 

54 ( 


'. Sydney, Town— Ville 

i'. Sydney Mines, Town— Ville. 
)i. Trout Brook 











RECEN8EMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



169 



Lu- 

Greek ther- 
Ohurch. ans. 



Eglise 
Grrec- 
que. 



10 



10 



Lu- 

th6- 
rieus. 



29 



Con- 
grega- 

tion- 
alist'S . 

4 
1 



34 



77 



72 



Breth- 
ren. 



20 



16 



Dia- 

ciples. 



Ad- 
vent- 
ists. 



Jews. 



Juifs. 



184 



140 



22 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 

mee 
du 

Salut 



Friends. 



1G3 



10 



53 



43 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 



Pay- 
ens. 



Prot- 
es- 
tants. 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 



Au- 

tres 

sectes. 



19 



37 



18 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 
speci- 



42 



11 



17 



170 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 



Districts & S. Districts. 



29. Oolcliester . 



a. Acadia Mines 

6. Brookfield 

c. Clifton 

d. Earltown 

e. Economy 

/. rive Islands 

Gays River 

Kemptown 

Lower Londonderry 

Lower Onslow 

Lower Stewiaoke 

Middle Londonderry 

Middle Stewiacke 

New Annan 

North River 

Salmon River 

Tatamagouche, East — Est. 

Tatamagouche, West — Quest 

Truro, Town— Ville 

t. Upper Londonderry 

«. Upper Stewiacke, East — Est 

Upper Stewiacke, W. — Quest 

Waughs River 

30. Cumberland 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Remains. 



24 in. 

25 'b. 

26 \c. 

27 ,d. 



Amherst, Town — Ville . 
PoUing District No. 4. 



28 
29 



30 !<?. 

31 h. 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 

55 \f' 

56 jri. 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do' 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



5.. 



7.. 

8. 

9.. 
10,. 
11.. 
12.. 
13 
14.. 
15. 
16. 
17.. 
18.. 
19.. 
20.. 
21.. 
22.. 
23.. 
24^ 
25 P 



do 26, 27, 28j 

do 29. . . 

do 30. . 

do 31... 

do 32. . . 

do 33. . . 

do 34... 

do 35. . . 

Parrsboro, Town — Ville 
Polling District No. 38. . 



1,039 

170 
27 
4 
1 
1 
2 
21 
4 
3 

70 

1 
1 
8 

85 
4 

13 

&85 

6 



33 

4,618 

1,145 

13 

83 

113 

35 

12 

1 

90 

60 

6 

17 

27 

4 

24 

54 

17 

58 

41 

38 

3 

28 

113 

216 

692 

196 

249 

640 

51 

11 

13 

110 

427 

31 



Angli- 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



2,231 


14,817 


ISS 


449 


.31 


649 


63 


643 


4 


844 


2 


394 


48 


384 


100 


466 


32 


186 


33 


651 


2 


520 


208 


731 


36 


729 


10 


580 


29 


521 


28 


432 


128 


771 


IB 


606 




349 


1,052 


2,455 


34 


659 


1 


710 


11 


404 


175 


684 


3,699 


7,730 


675 


828 


12 


18 


27 


55 


73 


126 


16 


68 


3 


167 


8 


475 


51 


152 


76 


343 


36 


117 


20 


336 


28 


339 


20 


235 


20 


29) 


30 


282 


24 


177 


15 


215 


22 


51 


61 


284 


3 


135 


43 


123 


141 


292 


140 


399 


570 


1,030 


97 


221 


63 


18 


98 


135 


53 


24 


61 


70 


325 


104 


146 


111 


659 


424 


93 


85 



Metho- 
dists, 



Metho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



2,539 

156 
17 
29 
10 
27 

195 

36 

4 

6 

147 
45 
50 
12 
68 

254 

101 
64 

156 

737 

60 

1 

10 

354 

11,152 

1,111 
134 

89 
476 
276 
395 
208 
437 
216 
163 
194 
355 
163 
252 
280 
166 
312 
645 
354 
260 
479 
368 
183 
667 
303 
6 
130 

81 
717 
522 
256 
652 
312 



Bap- 
tists. 



3,792 

111 
206 
143 

36 
194 
129 
109 

10 
232 
232 
104 
196 

14 
126 
307 
167 

21 

61 

1,074 

268 

" 36 
26 

8,048 

1,161 

33 

152 

90 

343 

28 

298 

228 

149 

123 

189 

67 

218 

115 

23 

459 

205 

153 

535 

422 

227 

159 

152 

385 

838 

18 

72 

97 

467 

262 

263 

476 

151 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



242 



12 

146 

64 

4 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



■■ Spiinghill town is included in polling districts 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28- 
prise dans les polls 24, 25, 26, 27 et 28. 



-La ville de Springhill est com- 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901 
Tableau x. Population par religion?. 



171 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


— 


— 


N" 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 


Non 




Grec- 


th^- 


alists. 










mee 






ens. 




tres 


speci- 




que. 


riens. 












du 
Salut. 










sectes. 


iiees. 




2 


8 
" 4 

' 1 


321 

" 1 

196 

' 2 

"l2 
5 
3 
3 

36 
3 


1 
" 1 


12 

" 1 
" 3 


9 
" 1 




31 
" 1 


1 
1 


1 




5 
" 2 


69 

"12 
3 

" 1 

1 

" 1 

"29 
5 
2 
1 


22 
" 1 

" 3 

■ 6 
" 1 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 


2 


" 3 


"53 




■ 2 
" 6 


" 7 
1 




"14 
6 

"10 




" 1 




" 3 


" 5 
2 
1 

" 6 


" 1 
6 
1 

1 
2 


19 
20 
21 
22 
23 




34 


43 


31 


1 


30 


37 


159 




33 


. 


33 


182 


87 






2 


5 


e 








28 


,, 






1 


8 


4 


24 
































25 
































26 






2 
























' 1 


27 






2 


8 




















" 1 


5 


28 




5 
























2 




29 




2 


1 






















1 




30 




6 




" 8 

" 1 
1 






'■ 1 




" 6 

1 








" 5 


7 
" 1 


'" 1 
■ 3 


31 
32 
33 
34 




"ll 


" 2 

1 

■ 5 
2 

2 


■ 2 
3 

" 1 




' 1 


■ 9 
" 1 


" 6 
" 1 


" 1 
" 1 




" 2 
"31 






1 
" 7 

" 1 

1 
1 
1 
27 
4 


4 

" 3 

' 3 
2 

1 


35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 




" 1 


"13 

■ 1 

1 


■ 1 






"is 


" 8 
16 

" 6 


"20 

56 

1 






•• 


"22 


" 1 
1 

7 

'io6 


" 1 

13 

2 

13 

"25 


46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 




" 7 


5 








1 




"45 






.. 


" 1 


4 


4 


55 




1 


















4 




2 


56 



■172 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



9 

10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 



25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 



47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Roman 
Catliolics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Ronjaias. 



31. Digby 

Barton 

b. Chetioamp 

Church Point 

d. Coineauville 

Culloden 

/. Digby 

g. Freeport 

h. Grosses Coques 

Hillsburg 

J. Little River 

k. Marshalls, Town— ViHe 

Meteghan 

m. Meteghan River ... 

n. New Tuslcet 

0. Plympton 

p. Rossway. 

q. Salmon River 

Sandy Cove 

Smith Cove 

t. St. Bernard 

u. Tiverton 

V. Westport 

w. Weymouth 

X. Weymouth Bridge 

32. Gruyeborougli 

a. Caledonia 

b. Canso 

c. Country Harbour , 

d. Crow Harbour 

Forks 

/. Goshen 

g. Guysborough 

h. Indian Harbour 

i. Intervale 

j, Isaac Harbour 

ft. Larry River 

1. Liscomb 

m. Manchester 

n. Marie Joseph 

0. Melford 

p. Mulgrave 

q. New Harbour 

n Salmon Rivpr 

«. Sherbrooke 

*. Sonora 

Tracadie 

Whitehead 

33. Halifax City and Co. 
—Cite et comte 

Ward, Quartier, 1 

b. do do 2 

do do 3 

d. do do 4 

do do 5 

/. do do 6 



10,057 

138 

434 

987 

975 

91 

109 

16 

647 

112 

21 

194 

1,201 

1,074 

305 

671 

98 

1,039 

17 

11 

1,113 

5 

" 227 
569 

5,749 

1 

1,181 

122 
98 
44 
60 

333 
99 

497 
58 

826 
13 

303 



Angli- 



1,183 

51 
1 
1 
1 

38 
384 



24 

"l34 
1 

1 
9 
7 

36 
2 
72 
23 
29 

" 17 
110 
242 

3,370 



189 

186 

352 

1 

22 
132 
191 

92 
180 

51 
448 





474 


168 


323 


467 


151 


rr 


1 


605 


7 


103 


125 


23 


89 


261 


1 


580 


206 


24,724 


22,851 


1,788 


2,033 


3,842 


1,691 


1,682 


936 


2,753 


1,430 


3,884 


2,404 


2,744 


2,383 



Pres- 




by- 


Metho- 
dists. 


terians. 


Pres- 


Metho- 


by- 


distes. 


teriens . 




178 


1,757 


3 


172 


6 




■■ 50 


■'257 


41 


273 


3 


4 


'■ 1*5 


"280 


^ 


5 


10 


134 


. 


1 




4 


6 




1 


25 


3 


25 


3 


47 


2 


265 


12 


32 


7 


7 


3 


13 


, 


13 


23 


200 


2,327 


2,734 


264 


2 


31 


474 


117 


125 


1 


131 


557 


12 


215 


6 


24 


646 


109 


24 




155 


104 


40 


2 


12 


7 


79 


18 


358 


19 


15 


6 


124 


89 


62 


1 


151 


43 


19 


697 


56 


22 


3 


1 


"240 


11,793 


7,111 


1,242 


474 


831 


640 


278 


346 


584 


595 


870 


1,364 


1,059 


1,088 



Baptists. 



Bap- 



Free 



tists. 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



6,147 

274 
7 

2 
221 
311 
775 

"620 
410 
617 
8 
3 
280 
113 
200 
119 
394 
272 
143 
293 
467 
329 
289 

4,067 

1 
487 
144 
246 
112 

87 
275 
415 

S3 
1,086 

19 

13 
288 

39 
8 

39 
218 

23 

34 
184 
106 
160 



6,921 

376 
344 
203 
435 
981 
764 



118 



99 



12 



12 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



173 



Oreek 
Church, 



E^lise 
Greo- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 

the- 
riens . 



Con- 

grega- 

tion- 

alists. 



Breth- 
ren. 



Dis- 
ciples 



448 
1 



Ad- 

vent- 
ists. 



144 



12 



1 

4 

204 

216 

1 



26 



89 



14 



Jews 



Juifs. 



183 



6 

9 

11 



12 



12 



tion 
Army. 



Ar- 

du 
Salut, 



Friends. 



118 



36 
69 
2- 



195 

12 
16 
45 
43 
31 
12 



Mor- 
mons. 



Par 

gans. 



Pay- 



Prot- 



tants. 



Vari- 
ous 

Sects. 



Au- 

tres 
sectes. 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 
speoi- 
fiees. 



93 

55 
1 
1 
1 



164 



107 



425 

62 
37 
36 
38 
63 
51 



12 



15 



123 

7 
16 

7 

1 
17 

7 



174 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S.-Districts. 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romaihs. 



Angli- 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

tenens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Dout- 

ho- 

bors. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
. 9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 



42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
66 
57 
58 



«i. 



Bedford 

Bedford Basin 

CJipzzetcook, East — Est 

Chezzetcook, West— Quest. 

Cole Harbour 

Dartmouth, Town — Ville , , 

East Dover 

Eastern Passage 

Fall River 

Ferguson Cove 

French Village 

Gays River 

Hackett Cove 

Hammond Plains 

Herring Cove 

Hubbard Cove 

Ingram River 

Jeddore 

Xiawrencetown 

Little River 

Meagher Grant 

Middle Musquodoboit 

Musquodoboit Harbour 

Northwest Arm 

Port Dufferin 

Porter Lake 

Portuguese Cove 

Preston 

Preston Road 

Prospect Road 

Sambro 

Seaforth 

Sheet Harbour 

Ship Harbour 

Shoal Bay 

Smith Cove 

Spry Bay 

Terence Bay 

Thirteen-mile House 

Upper Musquodoboit . . . 
Upper Prospect 



34. Hants. 



Avondale 

Burlington 

Falmouth 

Falmouth Forks .... 

Gore 

/. Hantsport 

g. Kempt 

Maitland 

Nine-mile River . . . 

Noel 

Rawdon .... 

Rawdon & Uniacke. 

St. Cro;j£ 

Scotch Village 

0. Shubenacadie 

p. South Newport 

Walton 



33 

210 

568 

1,049 

303 

1,067 

154 

.352 

284 

130 

3 

67 

18 

60 



8 

4 

16 

15 

6 

121 

91 
181 

22 
451 

23 
134 

75 

83 

28 
504 
210 
351 

29 

29 
306 
230 

28 
449 

1,188 



1 
71 

312 
10 
27 
48 
70 
22 

152 
34 
12 



277 
397 

67 
430 
1,705 
186 
591 
180 

66 
524 
223 
616 

86 

99 
443 
389 
377 

83 
1 

10 



43 

216 

25 

'287 

838 

1 

61 

255 
7 
6 

411 



1 
90 
201 
186 
340 
642 



289 


201 


30( 


61 


57J 


272 


17( 


17 


21 


8 


31 




117 


58 


12fa 


112 


27 


8 


204 


21 


62!; 


419 


387 


226 


626 


112 


422 


379 


661 


200 


146 


15 


352 


189 


24 


1,017 


4 


2 


3,604 


6,108 


28 


88 


36 


28 


131 


84 


107 


28 


289 


474 


74 


51 


24 


240 


472 


779 


62 


516 


209 


634 


213 


99 


178 


169 


171 


744 


82 


141 


295 


838 


207 


349 


116 


85 



24 

58 

6 

'226 

548 

5 

1 

114 



23 
93 

7 

' 92 
502 
127 
10 
150 



27 


169 


fi 


15 


58 


153 


5 


538 


17 


" 22 


34 


183 


115 


536 


51 


7 


5 


26 


52 


44 


217 


65 


245 


50 


8 


11 


44 


42 


, , 


1 


1 


1 


5 


439 


62 


122 


51 


59 


372 




6 


10 


27 


4 


7 


26 


3 




3 


89 


1 


2 




1 


61 


187 


138 


12 


4,355 


3,790 


378 


112 


420 


84 


244 


436 


24 


108 


8 


29 


222 


362 


733 


557 


211 


48 


130 


64 


171 


79 


93 


65 


75 


143 


224 


279 


160 


241 


68 


20 


277 


99 


130 


50 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



175 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ana. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. Pre 


t- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— es 


- 


— 


— 


N" 


Bglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- tan 


ts. 


Au- 


Non 




Greo- 


th^- 


alistsl 










mee 






ens. 




tres 


speoi- 
fiees. 




que. 


riens. 












du 










sectes. 


















Salut. 








































4 


4 


1 
































10 


1 


2 
































4 




3 

4 
















" 1 




"' 2 










23 




"is 


5 




" 2 










" 9 


11 




32 












""81 


11 
"' 5 


6 

7 
8 


1 


" 1 

" 2 
" 1 

'"l3 

" 1 
" 2 




' 1 






"lO 


"91 
"38 

" 1 
5 

" 7 


;; 


■' 1 
" 1 










12 

• 


" 3 

1 
7 
1 

" 5 
10 

" 1 
1 

" 6 

" 3 
" 1 


7 
" 1 

" 7 
5 

■■ 1 
1 
2 

" 2 

■" 2 

" 2 
"' 1 

'" 2 
"' 1 


9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 




30 


348 


7 


290 


3 




72 


2 


25 




1 


211 


22 






X 






4 
















1 


1 


42 


































43 






■ 2 












" 2 


1 










"l7 


■' 1 
5 


44 
45 




■ 1 


" 8 








'" 1 
















"143 
4 




46 

47 
48 


;; 


■ 3 


163 

"i30 
10 






10 
49 

2 
61 

6 






"' 1 

■ 1 
9 


1 




" 3 
16 




1 


" 2 

•• 


■ 6 
" 2 


49 
50 
51 
52 
53 




" 7 


" 4 




■ 7 


12 
59 






15 












"37 




54 
55 




" 7 


'"l6 






63 


















" 4 




56 






2 






21 


■" 2 




"' 2 




6 






2 




57 


•• 




7 












•• 




•• 






.. 




58 



176 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 







Pres- 


Roman 




by- 


Catholics. 




terians. 


— 


Angli- 
cans. 


- 


Catholi- 




Pres- 


ques 




by- 


Remains . 




tenens. 


5 


285 


17 


373 


625 


744 


15,873 


155 


6,847 


988 






2,441 


28 


10 


837 




268 


568 




39 


443 


1 


362 


808 






90 




531 


306 




85 


781 






731 




26 


441 




162 


309 


56 


201 


1,009 






28 




274 


791 


4 


161 


281 


9 


371 


234 


13 


77 


1,568 


15 


154 


403 




573 


610 


1 


359 


1,092 






933 


5 


740 


29 


23 


632 


129 




1,166 


23 




656 


1,298 


2,431 


1,867 


8 


28 


71 


36 


97 


88 


7 


21 


89 


24 


47 


105 


98 


264 


24 


49 




11 


20 


18 


47 


37 


31 


82 


57 


56 


192 


102 


124 


15 


47 


83 


14 


31 


50 


72 


3 


27 


1 




21 


4 


219 


439 


271 


52 


43 


27 


18 


41 


9 


4 


19 


25 


19 


50 


6 


101 


101 


2 


25 


271 


144 


3 


15 


3 


36 


32 


68 


31 


72 


124 


i 113 


236 


143 


13 


43 


51 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 



28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



50 
51 
52 
53 



Windsor Forks 

Windsor, Town— ViJle. 



35. Inverness 



a. Broad Cove Marsh 

b. Cheticamp 

c. Glencoe 

d. Craiguishi 

e. Hillsboro 

/. Judique 

g. Lake Ainslle, East — Est. . . . 
h. Lake Ainslie, West — Quest. 

Long Point 

MargareeHarbour,Ea«t — Est 
k. Margaree Harbour, W.— O. 
I. Margaree, N.E 

Margaree, S.W.— S.O 

Pleasant Bay 

Poplar Grove 

p. Port Hastings 

q. Port Hawkesbury 

Port Hood 

Denys River 

Inhabitants River (part). . . 

St. Joseph 

Strath Lome 

West Bay . . 

Whycooomagh, North side — 
C6te nord 

Whycooomagh, South sido- 
Cdte sud 

36. Kings 



Avonport 

Berwick 

Brooklyn Street 

Cambridge 

Canaan 

Canada Creek 

Canard 

Canning .... 

Centre ville 

Dalhousie 

Dempsey Comer 

Grand Pr6 

Greenwood 

Harbourville 

Kentville, Town— Ville. 

Kingsport 

Kingston 

Lookhartville 

Millville 

North Kingston 

Port Williams 

■ Scotsman Bay 

Sheffield Mills 

Somerset 

Upper Dyke, Village 

Ward 7— Quartier 7. . . 



85 
702 



481 



1 

28 

210 

152 



3,868 

205 

237 

107 

100 

61 

93 

66 

102 

56 

2 

235 

254 

100 

72 

251 

73 

65 

179 

244 

285 

44 

161 

255 

229 

76 

43 



126 



584 



1 
382 



10,971 

170 
507 
391 
545 
665 
307 
306 
242 
430 
37 
410 
464 
369 
199 
472 
295 
511 
445 
412 
232 
262 
175 
311 
438 
458 
914 



467 

11 

2 

18 

7 



76 
169 



14 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



177 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


*— 


es- 


— 




N° 


Bglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 


Non- 




Greo- 


th^- 


alUts. 










m^e 






ens. 




tres 


speci- 




que. 


riens . 












du 

Salut, 










sectes. 


fi^es. 






4 


























1 




7 


" G 




" 3 






"42 










1 


" 7 


2 




1 


230 

"ll 
'224 
" 1 
" 2 
















1 


les 

" 2 

"20 
'i42 


2 

" 1 

" 1 


3 


3 

4 

5 



7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 




" 1 


1 
















1 


1 




" 1 
" 2 


10 
20 
"21 
22 
23 
24 
25 




, .. 


























26 
27 


14 


53 

"l7 
3 

" 1 
1 

4 


250 

1 
3 

" 1 
3 

"31 
2 

" 2 

1 




139 

" 1 
5 
7 
2 

"13 
6 


301 

3 

1 
5 

1 

" 4 
"60 

" 1 


10 
" 3 


68 

" 1 

"23 

5 


8 
G 


14 




1 


142 

10 
11 
25 

7 
2 

"31 

" 2 

" 2 

" 1 


35 

" 1 

" 2 

1 

" S 
" 3 


28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
■35 
3B 
37 
38 
30 
40 
41 


" 14 


1 
" 4 
" 6 
" 3 

"l2 


4 

150 

2 

" 1 

30 

2 




"10 
4 
4 
1 

"80 
I 


"22 

" 2 

" 1 

'i4G 

7 

6 

14 


" 7 


"is 

7 

"11 

" 1 
1 


1 
1 


" 1 

"n 

" 2 




" 1 


6 
20 

" 1 
2 

1 

" 2 
3 

4 

" 4 


10 

" 2 

1 

" 3 


42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 



A— 12 



178 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



Ko. 



. Wolfville, Town— Ville.. 
6^. Woodville. 



37. Lunenburg. 



Districts & S.-Distriot3. 



50 I. 

51 m. 
.52 
53 

54 'p. 



Baker Settlement 

Barss Corner 

Blockhouse 

Blue Rooks 

Bridgewater, East— Est 

Bridgewater, North — Nord. 
Bridgewater, South— Sud . . 

Chesley Corner 

Chester Basin 

Chester, East— Est 

Chester, West — Guest 

Conquerall Bank 

Cross Roads 

Dublin Shore 

First South 

Italy Cross 

Lahave Island 

Lunenburg, Town— Ville. . , 

Mader Cove 

Mahone Bay 

Mahone Bay, Road— Cheniin 

Midville Branch 

Mill Cove. 

Newcombville 

New Cornwall 

New Ross 

Northfield 

Oakland 

Petite Riviere 

Pleasantville 

Ritcey Cove 

Sandy Beaches 

Tancook 

Upper Lahave 

Vogler Cove , 

Western Shore 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Remains. 



38. Piotou. 



Abererombie 

Albion Mines (Stellarton, pt. ) 

Bailey Brook ... 

Barney River 

Bridgeville 

Gape John 

Caribou 

Caribou River 

Churehville 

Dalhousie 

DrummondMines(WestviIle, 

part) 

Eerrona 

Fisher Grant 

Garden of Eden 

Green Hill 

Hardwood Hill 



69 
76 

684 

20 

54 

3 

20 
60 
18 
16 
21 
46 
13 
9 
1 

15 
18 



Angli- 



1 
3 

4,258 

43 

480 

522 

41 

57 

6 

3 



153 
70 

118 

39 

2 

37 



165 
37 

10,163 

43 
133 
429 
391 
267 
222 
315 
460 
117 
501 
446 
116 

"448 

15 
100 
225 
810 

65 
338 

36 

21 
582 

20 
223 
786 
137 
507 
180 
272 

9R 
554 

13 
289 
.336 
673 

1,873 

18 
112 

15 
3 

25 
189 

16 

" 25 
4 

93 
49 



,30 



Pres- 

by- 

tenans. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



125 


259 


54 


14 


3,702 


5,826 


40 


90 


T 


137 


113 


26 


360 


230 


130 


73 


173 


152 


192 


66 


106 


316 




4 


2 


23 


2 


26 


1,57 


32 


346 


461 


263 


290 


17 


163 


1 


189 


42 


144 


556 


1,020 


106 


196 


114 


137 


126 


238 


58 


16 


2 


1 


10 


18 


24 


87 


4 


4 


108 


97 


252 


49 


1 


329 


24 


224 


312 


369 


1 


4 


7 


10 


32 


121 


8 


440 


6 


44 


24,507 


1,882 


.341 


23 


197 


108 


194 


2 


750 




664 


20 


521 


121 


423 


28 


236 




344 


15 


781 


7 


842 


48 


376 


73 


236 


17 


648 




625 


8 


783 


39 



Bap- 
tists. 



781 
223 

5,491 

137 
561 

66 

27 
153 
270 
162 
283 
436 
167 
486 

78 
3 

22 
2 

11 

7 

142 

79 
153 

92 
105 

62 
457 
136 
275 
7 
125 

20 

187 

4 

29 
598 

26 

11 
112 

623 

7 
12 
1 
8 
1 
73 
3 

1 
1 

1 

7 



26 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 
ho- 

bors. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



179 



Greek 
Church. 



Eglise 
Grec- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 

the- 
riens. 



Con- 

grega- 

tion- 

alists, 



Breth- 



6,075 

317 
77 
267 
108 
146 
294 
256 
375 



3 

165 
334 
3 
401 
194 

346 
105 
118 
178 
560 

244 

157 

1 

306 

388 

41 

56 

243 

5 

296 
3 



Dis- 
ciples. 



309 

208 



2 
81 



10 



73 



40 



33 



19 



Ad- 
vent- 
ists. 



Jews. 



Juifs. 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 

du 
Salut. 



17 



is: 



Friends, 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 



Pay- 
ens. 



Prot- 



tants. 



Vari- 
ous 

Sects. 



Au- 

tres 
sectes. 



14 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non- 
speci- 
fiees. 



70 



N° 



10 



3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
I 11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
.SO 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 



30 

2 
4 
1 



39 

40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 

50 
51 
52 
53 
54 



A— 12J 



180 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the P.eople. 



No. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 



22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
.50 
51 
52 
63 
54 
56 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Hopewell 

Little Harbour 

Lome 

McLennan Mountain 

Merigomish 

Middle River 

Mill Brook 

Mount Thorn 

New Glasgow 

New Larig, 

Pictou Island 

Pictou, Town — Ville 

River .Tohn 

River John, W.— O. — Branch 

Stellarton (part) 

Sunnybrae 

Thorburn 

Toney River. 

Trenton 

Wentworth Grant 

WestviUe (part) 



Roman 
Catliolics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Remains. 



Angli- 



39. Bichmond. 



P- 



Ariohat 

Arichat, West— Quest. . . 

Black River 

Descouse 

Framboise 

Grand River 

L'Ardoise 

Loch Lomond 

Petite de Grat 

Port Malcolm 

Poulamon 

Red Islands 

River Bourgeois 

Inhabitants River (part). 

Rockdale 

St. Peter 



40. Shelbume & Queens. 



a. Barrington Head 

b. Church Over 

c. Clark Harbour 

Clyde River 

Doctor Cove . . ; 

.Jordan Bay 

.Jordan River 

Loclceport 

North Cape Island 

Northeast Harbour 

'k. Ohio 

I. Port Latour 

m. Ragged Island 

n. Sable River 

0. Sandy Point 

p. Shag Harbour 

q. Shelbume, Town — VUle. 
Woods Harbour 



80 



16 
150 



711 



772 
6 
2 

199 

'" 184 

1 

254 

21 

270 

9,905 

440 
981 

16 

708 

9 

15 
780 

' 1,411 

228 
786 
787 

1,023 
651 

1,263 
807 

860 

24 
1 
2 
3 
2 
1 
20 
11 

1 

1 

5 
3 



337 
3 
1 

375 

99 

6 

168 

1 

" 90 

"l93 

438 

130 

59 

16 

53 

2 



100 
17 
29 

2 
15 

" 16 

4,255 

16 

471 

6 

3 

29 

71 

179 

180 

24 

1 

67 

11 

256 

21 

223 

8 

702 



Pres- 

by 

tenans. 



Pres- 

by 

tenens. 



562 
520 
494 
462 
602 
671 
510 
848 

2,620 
390 
158 

1,696 
812 
687 
9.32 
527 
743 
616 
793 
465 

1,649 

2,776 

12 
5 
479 
4 
453 
674 
104 
365 

" 61 

10 

27 

104 

143 

1 

334 

1,214 

53 

41 

18 

203 

42 

67 

62 

114 

56 

1 

229 

13 

2 

2 

10 

1 

182 

6 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



13 



35 



1 

390 

15 

'284 

162 

10 

104 



111 

4 

237 

256 

1 



33 



174 



42 

6 

5,621 

301 

229 

10 

645 

96 

59 

79 

192 

3 

339 

27 

614 

147 

390 

29 

98 

274 

13 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



10 
3 



4 

269 

19 

' 57 

36 

7 

13 

4 
12 
15 

' 25 

135 

8 

4 



1 
1 

17 



5,733 

26 
39 

"'l02 

60 

89 

172 

615 



37 

7 

199 

602 

230 

22 
178 
489 



4,397 

355 

2 

1,216 

'292 



933 



164 



298 
'451 



EECENSEMENT" DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



181 



Greek 
Church. 



Eglise 
Greo- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lii- 

the- 
riens. 



Con- 
grega- 
tion- 

alists, 



119 

1 

" 6 



981 



Breth- 
ren. 



Dis- 
ciples, 



11 



461 



Ad- 
vent- 

ists. 



536 



104 
" 6 



177 

21 

210 



Jews. 



Juifs. 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 
m^e 
du 

Salut. 



104 
3 



85 



51 



Friends. 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 
ens. 



Prot- 
es- 
tants. 



Vari- 
ous 

Sects. 



Au- 

tres 

sectes. 



110 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 

speci- 

fiees. 



10 



41 



182 



(JiiJNtiUa iJH VAJSJLUA., 19U1. 

Table x. Religions of the People. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Beach Meadows 

Brookfield 

Brooklyn 

Caledonia . 

Greenfield 

Hunt Point 

Kempt 

Liverpool, Town — Ville. 

Mill Village 

Milton 

Port Medway 

Port Mout&n 

Western Head 



41. Victoria. 



Baddeck 

Bay St. Lawrence 

Big Baddeck 

Big Bras d'Or 

Boularderie 

Cape North 

Engliahtown 

Ingonish 

lona ( Jamesville) 

Little Narrows, North- 

Nord 

Little Narrows, South— Sud 

Middle River. 

Neil Harbour. 

New Campbellton , 

North River ■ 

North Shore , 

South Gut , 

Washabuck 



42. Yarmouth. 



Arcadia 

Argyle Head 

Belleville 

Carleton 

Chegoggin 

Eel Brook 

Forest Lakes (Tusket). . . 

Hebron 

Islands 

Kemptville 

Lower Argyle 

Ohio 

Port Maitland 

Plymouth 

Pubnico, East — Est 

Pubnico Head 

Pubnico, West — Quest , . . 

Rockville 

Tusket 

Tusket Wedge 

Yarmouth, Town — Ville . 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Remains. 



62 

343 
22 

21 

22 

lo: 

27 
63 
13 
20 
5 



2,928 

140 
361 
16 
20 
124 
319 

'" 699 
794 



28 



415 



9,317 

339 

33 

1,107 

12 

94 

767 
14 

'" 504 

6 

2 

25 

14 

558 

478 

19 

1,147 

82 

1,267 

1,025 

1,824 



Angli- 



407 
38 
50 
16 
10 
97 

'754 
96 
77 

156 
22 

256 



527 

80 

' 33 
11 

' 12 

4 

83 



12 

1 

284 

7 



823 



15 
1 
9 

11 

28 

8 

5 

3 

25 

42 

'597 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



6,494 



118 
443 
295 
539 
406 
355 
101 



227 
405 
738 

38 
341 
536 
615 
432 

20 



612 

15 
2 
1 

52 
6 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



1 
3 

" 94 

26 

1 

387 



86 

57 

159 

9 

209 

31 
489 
331 

43 
225 
362 

75 



581 
110 
" 34 

'200 
'171 



2,318 

205 

16 

4 

32 

205 

3 

2 



51 

3 

68 

206 

20 

' 19 



20 
i',347 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



436 

174 

247 

440 

31 

187 

383 

230 

554 

201 

66 

17 



6,095 

659 
216 
220 
3.S7 
493 

"312 
464 

" 73 

29 

686 

480 

15 

67 

199 

"238 
114 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



110 
"68 



50 

7 

1 

171 

277 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



3,115 

146 
328! 
171 
170 
114 



112 

'373 
198 

30 
201 
148 

32 
666 

'127 
89 



1,4931 364 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



183 



Greek 
Church, 



Eglise 
Grec- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 

th^. 
riena . 



Con 
grega- 
tion- 
alists. 



Breth- 
ren, 



Dis- 
ciples. 



Ad- 
vent- 
iats. 



Jews. 



Juifs. 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 

du 

Salut, 



Friends. 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 
ens. 



Prot- 



tants. 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 



Au- 

tres 

sectes. 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 
sp&i- 
Mes. 



N° 



3 

3 
12 

2 
13 

1 



259 
61 

318 
5 
5 
7 
5 

141 
4 

128 

4 

6 

29 



15 324 

2 



57 
1 

249 



22 

77 
5 

348 



11 



20 



43 



20 



15 



28 



28 



20 



93 



21 



11 



1 
2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 



14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 

23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



32 
83 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 



184 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Koman 
Catholics , 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



Angli- 



Pres- 

by- 

tenans. 



Pres- 

by. 

tenens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



1 

2 
3 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 



Ontario. 



43. Addiugton. 



Abinger, Ashby & Denbigh. 

Barrie 

Bedford 

Camden 

Clarendon & MUler 

Hinohinbrooke 

Kaladar, Anglesea&Effingham 

Kennebec 

Loughborough 

Newburg, Village 

Olden 

Oso 

Palmerstou & Canonto 

Portland , . . . 

Sheffield 



44. Algoma' 



61. 



Aberdeen 

Bar River 

Batchawana 

Bright & Bright Additional . 

Coffin 

Day 

Desert Lake 

Fenwiok 

Galbraith 

Garden 

Gladstone 

Hilton 

Jooelyn 

John Island 

Kirkwood 

Macdonald 

Michipicoten River 

Miohipicoten Harbour . . . , 
Northwest Point & Lefroy. . 

Parkinson 

Patton 

Prince 

Rydal Bank 

St. Joseph 

SaultSte. Marie, Town— Ville 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Striker 

Tarbutt 

Thessalon, Town — Ville. . . 

Thessalon 

Thompson 

Wells 

Alberton 

Ash Rapids 

Aylesworth 

Beaudro Fishery 

Beaver Mills 

Chapleau 

Dryden 



390,304 

3,972 

24 

49 

614 

799 

127 

194 

368 

9 

320 

82 

29 

88 

122 

254 

893 

15,569 



20 

116 

13 

2 

2 

15 

350 

16 

424 

19 

72 

38 

71 

4 

133 

369 

97 

9 

1 

29 

3 

51 

2,065 

180 

255 

6 

416 

65 

39 

9 

10 

19 

19 

39 

81 

359 

15 



367,937 

3,411 

128 
90 
269 
580 
190 
149 
151 
53 
162 
116 
216 
505 
204 
231 
367 

11,615 



52 
9 

19 
12 
20 
65 

195 
2 

210 
28 
80 

126 
3 
26 
80 
15 
65 

185 

53 

8 

12 

70 

228 
1,210 

332 

87 

3 

212 
33 
32 
28 
39 
18 
47 
70 
98 

203 

111 



477,386 

2,354 

119 

19 

228 

394 

97 

221 

10 

22 

108 

86 

34 

206 

483 

167 

160 

15,942 

61 

169 

13 

99 

220 

146 

308 

240 

142 

7 

101 

148 

. 132 

23 

42 

160 

22 

79 

327 

104 

64 

52 

303 

335 

1,653 

355 

124 

310 

341 

285 

56 

32 

85 

26 

239 

43 

160 

64 

249 



666,388 

13,826 

613 
511 
586 

2,670 
449 
954 
746 

1,306 

1,497 
320 
798 
522 
301 

1,729 
824 

12,343 

64 

188 

27 

31 

50 

96 

234 

243 

.53 

30 

82 

92 

131 

16 

92 

235 

14 

66 

699 

88 

41 

99 

132 

445 

1,334 

387 

149 

49 

203 

177 

40 

88 

35 

5 

135 

6 

82 

121 

214 



116,281 
93 



39 



12,208 



2,070 

7 
9 



17 

15 

330 

110 

32 

6 
19 
13 

' 12 
1 

6 
13 
3 
13 



133 



1 Eastern division comprehends o to/* ; Western division, g^ to a' ; Manitoulin Island division, 6» tor' 



RECEN8EMENT DU CANADA., 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



185 

















Sal- 
















Greek 


Lu- 
ther- 


Con- 










va- 
tion 






Pa- 




Vari- 
ous 


Unspe- 
cified. 




Church. 


ans. 








Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 






gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 








grega- 


Breth- 


Dia- 










Mor- 












— 


— 








vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 




— 


es- 


— 




N" 


Eglise 


Lu- 


tion- 


ren. 


oiples. 


ists. 


Juifs . 


Ar- 




mons. 


Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 


Non 
sp4oi- 
fiees. 




Greo- 


tU- 


alists. 










mee 






ens. 




tres 




que. 


riens. 












du 










sectes. 


















Salut. 
















135 


48,052 


15,289 


6,416 


10,154 


1,226 


5,321 


6,479 


3,648 


3,377 


3,111 


2,800 


35,770 


10,626 




1 


219 
172 


5 


61 






10 


46 


163 






2 


194 


136 


1 
















" 7 
















2 






" 1 












6 










" 3 


"11 


3 




■' 4 










■" 2 


" 8 


68 










67 


17 


4 




32 












1 












20 


24 


5 




5 










■■ 4 




■ 11 










5 




6 


_ 


4 




■■53 
•3 






" 1 


"25 


3 










1 

4 

54 

8 


1 
10 

"46 


7 

8 

9 

10 

11 




" 1 


" 4 
























6 


12 


1 


1 




"' 5 






■ 3 


■ 2 


" 72 
3 








" 2 


" 4 

7 

• 21 


2 

9 

10 


13 
14 
15 


29 


1,830 


129 


112 
10 


195 


13 


48 


160 


68 


30 


2,273 


54 


605 


632 


16 
































17 




























' 1 




18 
19 




"lO 


" 6 

10 

1 




















" 3 


" 2 
17 




20 
21 
22 




"l2 


8 




" 1 










" 1 










8 
2 


23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 




■'17 
























" 1 


"17 


29 
30 




4 












" 3 


3 










"]( 




31 




2 










"' 5 


















32 




38 


" 1 






















"l^ 


5 


33 




6 


17 
1 








" 3 


" 7 












5 


9 


34 
35 
36 
37 
38 




1 


1 




















" 3 


"54 


4 


39 


4 


156 


8 


" 8 


" 5 




" 8 


" 8 


2 


" 5 






10 


20 


337 


40 




37 


1 


1 








2 


1 










6 


6 


41 




9 








' 6 












■ 




7 
"la 


3 

2 


42 
43 
44 




" 1 




"21 










1 












4 


45 
46 




■■ 2 


" 1 






" 1 




" 1 
















47 
48 




1 




























49 






















'144; . . 


" 1 




50 




3 


















311 




2 




51 




23 


" 1 












1 








10 


1 


52 
53 




"59 












" 8 






"62 






"10 


54 



186 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Kcman 

Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



Angli- 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

tenens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



Baptists, 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 

a 

7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
2S 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
.SO 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
87 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
43 
47 
4S 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 



52. 



Empress Mine 

English River 

, Emo , 

Port Frances 

Fort William, Town— Ville . 

Hawk Lake 

Ignace 

Xalmar 

Keewatin (P. Division) 

Keewatin (Township) 

Leeblain 

Little Turtle Lake 

Mclrvine 

Manitou 

Mikado Mine 

Mine Centre 

Missinaibi 

Morley 

Neebing 

Nipigon 

Oliver 

Pinewood 

Port Arthur 

Port Arthur, Town— Ville . . 

Rat Portage 

Rat Portage, Town— Ville . . 

Regina Mine 

RoBsport 

Savanne 

Sawbill Lake 

Schreiber 

Shuniah 

Silver Creek 

Sultana Mine 

Taohe 

Vermilion Bay 

Wabigoon 

Whitefish Station 

White River 

Unorg. ter — Ter. nonorg.... 

Assiginack 

Barrie Island 

Billings 

Burpee 

Campbell 

Carnarvon 

Cockbum Island 

Gordon 

Gore Bay, Town — Ville 

Howland 

Little Cun-ent, Town— Ville. 

Meldrum Bay 

Mills 

Picnic Island 

Robinson 

Sandfield 

Tehkumniah 



45. Bothwell 

a. Bothwell, Town— Ville. 
6. ■ Camden 



59 
54 
22 
200 
1,399 
68 
79 
18 

"' 239 
157 

96 
197 

39 

73 
487 
192 

52 
100 
399 

50 
152 

13 
866 

49 
1,193 

28 

97 

90 
275 

76 

39 

47 

154 

31 

46 

38 

606 

218 

1,378 

"" 300 



22 
63 

3 
17 
47 
95 

2 

10 

195 
6 
2 

2,736 

98 
83 



21 
23 

148 
89 

780 
15 
40 

128 

"l41 
38 
29 

163 
28 
30 
96 

174 
74 
51 

100 

100 
14 
11 

599 
50 
1,299 
8 
45 
41 
51 

114 
15 
36 
25 

415 
59 

123 
18 

143 

240 

343 
08 

102 
37 
39 

107 
53 

218 

212 

234 

125 

77 

71 

7 

105 
38 

129 

3,024 

166 
345 



42 
23 

278 
82 

845 

1 

S6 

8 

13 

386 
77 
67 

176 

4 

70 

167 
22 

143 

140 
57 

157 
22 
23 

606 
24 
1,218 
13 
46 
37 

117 

162 
3 
74 
21 
42 
15 
80 
13 
20 

"437 

07 

217 

197 

290 

280 

85 

284 

288 

250 

240 

59 

68 

19 

143 

87 

222 

4,715 

239 
402 



3 

27 

151 

33 

594 

1 

5 

3 

5 

192 

45 

19 

42 

38 

18 

77 

13 

105 

54 

25 

157 

5 

9 

556 

42 

794 

16 

14 

30 

SO 

105 

4 

162 

3 

14 

5 

49 

19 

22 

"335 

119 

119 

27 

139 

229 

67 

201 

161 

548 

218 

26 

55 

26 

56 

129 

120 

11,222 

296 
1,487 



11 

4 

164 

3 

2 



24 

3 
19 

4 
23 

1 
34 
26 

1 
29 
19 

"213 

"222 
1 
1 
3 
1 
23 

" 40 
6 
3 
1 
4 
2 
22 

" 47 

1 

5 

18 

42 

52 

6 

6 

12 

97 

43 

3 

4 

6 

8 

2 

24 

2,595 

81 
402 



10 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



187 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Jnspe- 




Church. 


StUB. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


— 


— 


N" 


Eglise 
Grec- 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifa. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 


Non 




thd- 


alista. 










mee 






ens. 




tres 


epeci- 




que. 


riens; 












du 

Salut. 










sectes. 


fiees. 






23 
























20 


1 






* 






'' 












"81 


"13 






2 




" 3 






" 8 












. , 


90 




"19 




3 


4 


49 


" 1 










" 1 














3 


4 




114 


6 




" 3 


■■ 2 


"10 


4 








"49 


' 2 


"10 


14 


6 


2 


7 
14 
26 
10 

75 


1 






■" 2 


" 7 


" 1 








49 

115 

49 

"73 


•• 


" 1 


2 

"I6 
7 


6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 




"'74 














1 


, , 


'172 




" 5 


1 


12 




6 


" 1 
1 




■■ 8 






" 1 


1 




49 


•• 


9 


25 

5 


13 
14 


■■ 


" 2 


1 
















'iflO 


, , 


"24 


4 


15 




86 


4 












" 40 






1 


9 


7 


16 


■■ 


24 




















, , 




4 


17 


■• 


33 


" 2 

8 




"15 
15 








1 




"53 


2 


"18 


9 


18 
19 


" 12 


"' 2 
"15 


" 3 










" 7 
3 




"11 


■358 
'i52 


•■ 


" 3 
9 


2 
3 


20 
21 
22 
23 


■■ 


243 


" 8 




" 8 




" 3 


■'13 


1 








" 6 


"32 


24 


1 


10 




















" 6 




5 


25 




283 


■'16 




'"36 


■■ 2 


" 4 


"48 


1 




. . 




"63 


23 


26 




1 


























27 


■■ 


32 


1 






















, . 


28 




21 








,[ 




[\ 














29 




65 


















"27 




" 1 


1 


30 


■• 


26 








■■ 




" 3 






•■ 






1 


31 
32 




"43 


" 1 


" 3 


"20 








7 








"I8 


6 


33 




66 












" 1 






"42 


" 


1 




34 




IJ 


















62 




1 


1 


35 


6 


13 

7 

40 

14 

" 1 

" 2 

■■ 3 
3 


" 1 
■ 2 

" 5 
10 

" 1 


"25 
12 

" 5 

" 5 
22 


"11 

2 

"12 
■"34 

"14 
" 3 


■■ 


" 8 


■■ 6 
" 1 

" 1 

"35 
4 

■■ 2 


6 
1 

1 


■■ 3 

"' 7 
" 3 


26 
88 

" 4 

7 

"20 


"12 

" 1 
" 1 


2 
" 6 

"15 

■■ 1 

1 
74 
33 

2 
11 
28 

2 

"24 

" 3 
10 


5 

1 

4 
5 
6 

B 

3 

" "2 

2 


36 

37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
60 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 




27 


17 


146 


7 


43 




201 


7 


291 


14 




87 


91 






9 












4 




5 








9 


68 








" 1 


"15 




26 




34 




•• 


" B 


n 


59 



188 



UEJNSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



8 
9 

10 

11 

12 



13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 



20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



27 

28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



c. Chatham 

d. Dawn 

e. Dresden, Town — Ville 

/. Sombra & Walpole Island . 

g. Thamesvilie, Village 

h. Wallaceburg, Town — Ville 
i. Zone 

46. Brant, South— Sud. 

a. Brantf ord. City — Cite 

b. Brantford, West — Quest. . . 

c. Onondaga 

d. Paris, Town — Ville 

Tuscarora 

47. Brockville 



a. tjentre Ward 

b. Eastward 

c. North Ward 
A. South Ward 

e. Westward j 

/. Elizabethtown 

(f. Kitley 



Brockville, 
Town— Ville.' 



48. Bruce, Bast— Est. . 



a. Brant 

b. Carrick 

c. Culross 

d. Greenock 

e. Teeswater, Village 

/. Walkerton, Town— Ville.. 



49. Bruce, North— Nord. . 

Albemarle & Cape Croker Ind, 

Reserve 

6. Amabel & Saugeen Ind. Re- 
serve 

Arran 

d. Ohealey, Village 

Eastnor 

/. Elderslie . . . 

g. Lindsay 

h. Paisley, Village 

St. Edmunds 



Southampton, Village . 

ic. Tara, Village 

I. Wiarton, Town — Ville . 



50. Bruce, West— Quest. 



a. Bruce 

b. Huron 

Kincardine 

d. Kincardine, Town — ViUe. 

e. Kinlosa 

/. Lucknow^ Village 

g. Port Elgin, Village 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



673 
159 

62 
818 

78 
661 
104 

2,376 

1,823 

106 

59 

386 

2 

2,823 

351 
425 
375 
388 
465 
451 
368 

6,444 

651 

2,574 

1,183 

1,124 

133 

779 



156 

161 
22 

80 
11 
49 
17 

6 

10 

107 

7 
72 

284 

16 

13 

14 

5 

169 

62 

3 





Pres- 




Baptists. 






by- 
terians. 


Metho- 
dists. 




Men- 






Angli- 














— 


— 




Free 


non- 


cans. 






Bap- 








Prea- 


Metho- 




Bap- 


ites. 




by- 


distes. 


tists. 








teriens. 






tists. 




409 


1,091 


2,887 


741 






368 


965 


1,779 


284 






157 


306 


743 


223 






906 


874 


2,205 


282 




. , 


144 


227 


332 


78 






325 


463 


905 


347 






204 


148 


588 


157 






5,157 


4,512 


7,624 


4,763 




1 


2,767 


2,798 


5,065 


2,987 




1 


419 


460 


989 


386 






279 


303 


313 


210 






612 


918 


727 


325 






1,080 


33 


530 


855 






.■5,921 


2,650 


5,183 


1,015 






383 


292 


360 


94 






607 


390 


465 


219 






395 


309 


512 


131 






306 


229 


218 


82 






596 


374 


563 


231 






1,135 


780 


2,249 


163 






499 


276 


816 


95 






1,249 


4,842 


3,390 


561 




85 


405 


1,072 


923 


175 




72 


47 


430 


740 


117 






76 


1,027 


425 


22 




9 


313 


1,125 


357 


98 






44 


398 


312 


18 






364 


790 


633 


131 




4 


2,924 


7,269 


7,788 


1,401 




54 


289 


535 


674 


121 




7 


395 


901 


1,717 


190 




8 


441 


781 


1,136 


134 




14 


109 


750 


609 


60 




6 


.366 


634 


731 


22 






277 


984 


762 


337 




1 


98 


344 


247 








142 


514 


247 


157 






44 


242 


229 


63 




15 


306 


650 


465 


33 




3 


86 


254 


259 


14 






371 


680 


712 


270 






1,960 


9,146 


4,734 


1,026 




62 


120 


1,798 


402 


390 




2 


380 


1,840 


1,244 


12 






418 


1,324 


784 


160 






482 


948 


518 


85 






287 


1,248 


692 


21 






87 


552 


378 


9 






71 


471 


382 


91 




38 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



189 

















Sal- 
















Greek 


Lu- 
ther- 


Con- 










va- 
tion 






Pa- 




Vari- 
ous 


Unspe- 
cified. 




Church. 


ans. 








Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 






gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 








grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 










Mor- 












— 


— 


tiou- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 




Non 
speci- 
fiSes. 


N° 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifa. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 




Greo- 


the- 


alists. 










mee 






ens. 




tres 




que. 


riena. 












du 

Salut. 










sectes. 








6 




66 


2 


24 




19 


1 


106 






10 


14 


1 




S 




46 






[\ 


11 


.. 


7 






12 


20 


2 




2 


" 5 






'" 4 




87 




8 






8 


13 


3 






8 


■■34 


" 2 






6 
3 


6 


20 


"l4 




39 


19 


4 
6 




" 2 


" 4 


•• 


" 2 






33 
12 




"13 

98 






" 7 
11 


3 
2 


6 

7 




36 


852 


154 


15 


90 


2 


154 


9 


4 


530 


10 


170 


242 






29 


573 
112 


93 


14 


19 


2 


93 
C 


7 
, 2 


4 




8 


140 
11 


19G 
12 


8 
9 




1 


1 










7 






" 1 




2 


10 


10 




6 


166 


"10 
51 


" 1 


" 2 
69 


•• 


48 






1 
534 


" 2 


16 


18 
6 


11 
12 




11 


6 


92 






24 


13 


11 








116 


36 






1 


3 


7 
41 






5 
2 


3 

5 










5 


12 

8 


13 
14 




1 


1 












6 










1 


15 




2 


" 1 


■'13 

28 






"13 
2 


" 4 

1 










" 1 

10 


4 


16 

17 




" 7 


1 


2 

1 






2 




2 
3 








74 
26 


6 

5 


18 
19 




1,8C2 


2 


31 


108 




1 


2 


7 


1 




182 


475 


71 






859 




17 


38 






1 


7 








105 


24 


20 




799 










" 1 










" 3 


300 


12 


21 




10 




'" 9 


2 














179 




13 


22 




.'M 


" 1 


5 


11 










" 1 






"15 


1 


23 




5 












" 1 










15 


4 


24 




1.55 


" 1 




"57 
















40 


17 


25 


•■ 


545 


69 


8 


124 






13 




217 


•• 


5 


97 


85 






41 


17 


, , 


10 










82 




.. 


13 


17 


26 




22 


46 


3 


40 










92 




1 




5 


27 




21 






















"10 


3 


28 




76 
17 






1 






" 4 










29 


10 


29 




2 


3 


3 






1 




" 4 




"' 4 


16 


16 


30 




35 












2 




"37 






" 1 


11 

7 


31 
32 




"ll 




1 




















8 


33 




6 






3 






" 4 




" 1 






" 6 




34 




53 


" 1 




" 1 
















15 
1 


3 
3 


35 
36 




'263 


" 3 


" 1 


60 






■■ 2 




" 1 






6 


2 


37 




88 


152 


192 


23 




1 


2 


2 


47 




5 


625 


61 






10 


2 


128 


1 










7 






231 


2 


38 




1 




15 


8 




" 1 




1 






" 1 


5 


18 


39 




2 


142 


4 




















7 


40 




5 






3 














" 4 


"22 


5 


41 




10 




"20 
13 








" 2 








•• 


2 


4 
10 


42 
43 




■■33 






" 4 














•■ 


'2I8 


2 


44 



90 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



h. Saugeen ..... 
i. Tiverton, Village 

51. Oardwell . . . 



a. Adjala 

6. Albion 

c. Bolton, Village. 

d. Caledon 

e. Mono 



52. Carleton 



a. Goulburn 

b. Hintonburg, Village.. 

c. March 

d. Marlborough 

€. Nepean 

/. North Grower 

ff. Ottawa East, Village. 

h. Richmond, Village. . 

i. Torbolton 



53. Corn'wall & Stor- 
mont. 



a. Corn wall, Town — Ville . 

6. Cornwall 

rinch 

d. Osnabruck 

e. Koxborough 



54. Dundas. 



a. Chesterville, Village.. 

b, Iroquois, Village 

Matilda 

d. Morrisburg, Village. . 

e. Mountain 

/. Williamsburg 

Winchester 

h. Winchester, VilLage. . 



55. Durham, Bast— Est. 

a. Cavan 

b. Hope 

Manvers .... 

d. Millbrook, Village 

Port Hope, Town— Ville.. . . 



56. Durham, West-Ouest 

a. Bowmanville, Town— Ville. 

b, Cartwright 

e. Clarke 

d. Darlington 

e. Newcastle, Village 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



1,883 

1,095 

417 

14 

280 
77 

6,136 

349 

1,55C 

381 

236 

2,411 

227 

661 

82 

233 



10,903 

3,657 
3,56r 
1,.374 
428 
1,879 



2,144 

252 
123 
274 
342 
375 
176 
566 
36 



376 

7 

35 
10 

4 
320 



121 

27 

35 
22 
37 



Angli- 



102 
13 

2,767 

310 
556 
183 
540 
1,178 

5,329 

991 
427 
550 
639 
1,054 
809 
310 
198 
351 



3,756 

1,164 

1,212 

220 

956 

204 



1,940 

50 
205 
432 
442 
271 
350 
120 

70 



3,187 

705 
494 
480 
341 
1,167 



1,504 

465 
378 
261 
156 

244' 



Pres- 
by- 

terians. 



Pres- 
by- 

teriens. 



753 
212 

3,528 

392 
329 
200 
1,725 
882 

3,568 

509 
458 

91 

130 

1,318 

430 

187 

85 
360 



7,022 

1,125 
1,012 
1,298 
1,529 
2,058 



4,462 

144 
195 
698 
295 
1,048 
799 
932 
351 



3,061 

659 

692 
764 
171 
775 



2,129 

353 
372 
913 
392 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



315 
119 

4,203 

358 
1,413 

272 

1,269 

891 

3,649 

763 
319 
153 
550 
823 
760 
140 
90 
51 



3,934 

504 
941 

774 

1,324 

391 



8,820 

470 

555 
2,350 

418 
1,543 
1,246 
1,679 

559 



7,134 

1,297 
1,927 
2,042 
362 
1,506 



8,739 

1,476 
1,000 
2,496 
3,504 
263 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



144 
114 



242 



16 

6 

193 

27 

143 

24 
21 

5 
53 

3 
33 

3 

1 



675 

116 

46 

32 

255 

126 



478 

4 
3 

7 
18 

155 
18 

200 
73 



449 

37 
42 
17 

353 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



Douk- 
ho- 
bors. 



EECENSEMENT DJJ CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



191 

















Sal- 
















Greek 


Lu- 
ther- 


Con- 










va- 
tion 






Pa- 




Vari- 
ous 


Unspe- 
cified. 




Churoh. 


ans. 








Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 






gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 








grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 










Mor- 












— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


' — 


Npn 


N° 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


•;Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 




Grec- 


th6- 


alieta. 










mee 






ens. 




tres 


E; 




que. 


riens. 












du 










seotes. 


















Salut. 


















27 


■■ 8 
284 

" 4 

263 

17 


12 

27 

" 4 
23 


7 
37 

"24 
13 


9 

" 9 






1 


40 






147 
36 

"23 
13 


9 
4 

43 

6 
6 

"19 

12 


1 
2 

3 

4 
5 
6 

7 




205 


42 


4 
2 


•• 


9 
8 




19 
1 






.. 


1 


205 
101 


67 
17 


8 




" 2 


•• 






" 1 




1 










12 

7 

17 


2 
2 
6 


9 
10 
11 




"52 


"'25 


" 1 








"16 








" 1 


55 

2 


31 

4 


12 
13 




'iso 


"17 


" 1 






, , 






- . . 




, , 


, , 


1 


14 




1 












' 1 










9 

_ 2 


4 


15 
16 


15 


100 


127 


163 




153 


Gl 


20 


" 






23 


118 


66 




14 


10 


1 


13 




2 


50 


12 






.. 


7 


4 


25 


17 


1 


9 
22 
53 

6 

1,691 

3 

1 

189 

149 

11 

1,269 

59 

10 


26 

ioo 

3 

1 

" 1 
" 1 


3 

17 
130 




30 
13 

78 
30 

14 

4 
6 

" 4 


1 
"10 

8 
" 8 


14 

26 

"17 

" 5 
4 


•- 






16 


12 
12 
62 
28 

140 

3 
5 
61 
4 
14 
30 
23 


23 
3 
3 

12 

31 

1 
4 
5 
8 
1 
9 
2 
1 


18 
19 
20 
21 

22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
2S 
29 






4 




6 


I 
1 




77 
1 


7 






1 


106 
4 


55 
18 


30 






" 1 










17 


7 








50 


8 


31 
















20 
32 








" 1 


14 


8 
7 


32 
33 






" 2 




" 6 






7 


•• 








"38 


14 


34 




4 


107 
103 




212 
181 


23 
3 




102 
89 










68 
9 


35 

4 


35 




4 
























6 


36 






■■ 1 
3 




" 2 
29 


"20 




"13 










"42 

17 


24 
1 


37 
38 
39 



192 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



9 

10 

11 

12 
13 
14 



15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 



27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 



Districts & S.-Diatricts. 



•57. Elgin, East— Kst. . 

a. Aylmer, Town— Ville ... 
6. Bayham 

c. Malahide 

d. Port Stanley, "Village . . . 

e. St. Thomas, City— Cite . 
/. Vienna, Town— Ville.. . 
g. Yarmouth 



58. Elgin, "West- Quest . 
Alciborough 



6. Dunwich 

0. Dutton, Village... 



d. Howard . 

Orford 

/. Ridgetown, Town- 
g. Southwold 



•Ville. 



59. Essex, North— Nord. 

a. Belle River, Village 

Maidstone ■ 

e. Rochester 

d. Sandwich, East — Est 

e. Sandwich, South— Sud 

/. Sandwich, Town— Ville 

g. Sandwich, West — Quest 

Tilbury, North — Nord 

Tilbury (part). Village 

Tilbury, West — Quest 

Walkerville, Town— Ville .. . 
I. Windsor City— Cite 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



39 

40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 



60. Essex, South— Sud. 



Amherstburg, Town— Vilje. 

Anderdon 

Colchester, North— Nord 

Colchester, South — Sud ... , 

Essex, Town— Ville 

Grosfield, North — Nord 

Gosfield, South— Sud 

Kingsville, Village 

Leamington, Town — Ville. . . 

Maiden 

Mersea 

Pelee Island 



61. Prontenao. 



a. Garden Island, Village. 

h. Howe Island 

Kingston 

d. Pittsburg 

c. Portsmouth, Village , . . 

/. Storrington 

g. Wolfe Island 



Angli- 



1,4G0 

31 

12 

7 

15 
1,237 

"' 158 

928 

206 
190 
7 
176 
73 
160 
117 

17,109 

567 

1,401 

1,801 

2,480 

1,040 

873 

2,199 

1,842 

141 

550 

495 

3,720 



4,721 

1,077 

1,595 

723 

191 

68 

35 

23 

34 

44 

678 

187 

66 



3,105 

92 
313 
435 
633 

590 
184 
858 



3,814 

321 
280 
261 
198 

2,145 

97 

512 

2,341 

411 
333 
98 
471 
385 
320 
323 

4,257 

4 

195 

52 

84 

328 

342 

250 

89 

29 

358 

359 

2,167 



3,648 

336 
217 
170 
609 
131 
343 
279 
318 
410 
209 
388 
238 



2,314 

81 
26 
469 
679 
487 
155 
417 



Pres- 

by- 

tenans. 



Pres- 

by- 

tenens. 



3,581 

195 

79 

121 

119 

2,362 

3 

702 

7,564 

2,152 
1,591 
366 
869 
972 
509 
1,105 

3,632 

16 

460 

30 

146 

28 

60 

75 

140 

29 

544 

212 

1,886 



2,124 

189 

55 

107 

238 

216 

147 

96 

70 

329 

157 

445 

75 



2,180 

24 
8 
577 
586 
289 
394 
302 



Metho^ 
dists. 



Metho^ 
distes. 



11,374 

845 

, 2,067 

2,136 

205 
3,677 

131 
2,313 

7,468 

1,210 
845 
226 

1,226 

1,065 
780 

2,116 

6,194 

14 
843 
633 

55 
234 

85 
109 
119 

28 

709 

344 

3,021 



11,793 

438 

117 

922 
1,329 

755 
1,244 
1,602 

921 
1,256 

377 
2,650 

182 



3,986 

37 

12 

1,600 

564 

368 

1,199 

206 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



5,151 

675 
1,054 
1,093 

14 
1,175 

55 
1,085 

3,377 

824 
629 
163 
309 
492 
456 
504 

1,353 

4 

188 

80 

6 
64 
71 
68 

1 

1 

19 

68 

783 



2,374 

161 

55 

188 

379 

143 

184 

260 

169 

369 

58 

393 

15 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



70 



Men. 
non- 

ites. 



27 



14 



15 



Douk- 
ho- 
bors. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



193 



Greek 
Church, 



Eglise 
Greo- 
que. 



Lu- 




ther- 


Con- 


ans. 






grega- 




tion- 


L«- 




the- 


alists. 


riens. 




25 


26 


1 


2 


3 


, 


1 




" 20 


"23 




" 1 


68 


136 


37 


2 




9 




1 


4 




25 


5 


2 






119 


191 


29 


"l2 




14 


■ 1 


" 2 


" 5 


3 




"75 




85 


23 


160 


12 


2 




10 




27 




7 


1 


3 




6 




10 




8 


3 


6 






1 


.3 


4 


78 


3 


14 


30 




8 




" 6 


"14 


" 7 








Breth- 
ren. 



94 



21 



Dis- 
ciples. 



770 

106 

4 

62 

'447 

2 

149 

343 

229 
22 

"69 

3 

11 

9 

12 



Ad- 
vent- 
is ts. 



22 



22 



Jews, 



Juifs. 



19 



19 



176 



171 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 
m^e 
du 

Salut. 



i'riends. 



Mor- 
mons, 



91 




193 


" 1 
1 


13 

1 
37 


80 


-25 


' 9 


117 


67 


3 


3 

8 


2 


' 3 

7 

44 

2 


1 


101 


10 


" 1 

1 






' 1 






'10 

1 
87 




■ 10 


147 


5 




1 


■ 8 




60 

11 

2 


1 


'19 
4 

42 
1 


1 

1 

1 


59 


48 


' 5 
1 
2 

48 
3 




5 

' 12 
31 



108 



82 

1 

10 

148 

11 
1 

"46 
16 

74 



40 



Pa- 
gans, 



Pay- 
ens. 



Prot- 



tants. 



13 



15 



15 



10 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects, 



Au- 
tres 



CTnspe- 
cified. 



Non 
speci- 
fieee. 



378 


93 


3 


4 


166 


16 


46 


■ 14 




1 


88 


45 


63 




12 


13 


582 


93 


246 




« 


22 




2 


37 


5 


262 


6 


19 


29 


12 


29 


107 


135 


2 






8 


1 


3 


1 




1 


14 


1 


4 


10 


24 


1 


" 2 


12 


6 


78 


74 


203 


76 


1 


10 


3 


17 




" 6 


3 


7 


12 


6 


123 


8 


5 


9 


15 


1 


1 


3 


36 


4 


4 





115 


59 




" 1 


38 


11 


48 


22 


3 


15 


26 


10 



27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
■37 
38 



A— 13 



194 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



Angli- 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

tenens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 
bors. 



12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 

i 



62. Glengarry 

a. Alexandria, Village. 

6. Charlottenburg 

e. Kenyon 

d, Lancaster 

e, Lancaster, Village... 

/. Lochiel 

g. Maxville, Village . . . 



63. Grenville . 



a. A\igu3ia 

6. Ca.rdinal, Village 

0. Edwardsburg 

d. Presoott, Town— Ville. 

64. Grey East— Est. 



ColJingwood 

Dundalk, Village , 

Euphrasia 

Meaford, Town — Ville 

e. Melanothon 

/. Osprey 

g. Proton 

h. St. Vincent 

i. Shelbume, Village 

/. Thombury, Town — Ville 



65. Grey, North— Nord. 



a. Derby . . . 

b. Holland. 

c. Keppel . 



Owen Sound, Town — Ville . . . 

Sarawak 

/. Sullivan 

g. Sydenham 



66. Grey, South— Sud. 

a. Artemesiia 

. / Bentinck 

■ \ Hanover, Village 

0. Durham, Town — Ville . . . . 

d. Egremont 

Glenelg 

/. Markdale, Village 

g. Normanby 



37 
3S 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 



67. Haldimand & Monck 

a. Caledonia, Village. 

6. Canboro 

c. Cayuga, North — Nord 

d. Cayuga, South— Sud 

Cayuga, Village 

/. Dunn 

g. Dunn ville. Village 

h. Hagersville, Village 

i. Moulton 



12,731 

1,567 
2,781 
2,421 
2,692 

263 
2,800 

207 

2,502 

510 

333 

656 

1,003 

872 

41 

83 
■58 

34 
170 

47 
402 

23 
1 

13 

1,457 

14 
264 

47 
640 

35 
182 
275 

2,043 

113 
142 
114 

93 
173 
580 

56 
772 

1,183 

4' 

92 
142 

52 
212 

35 
119 



336 

20 
115 
19 
111 
24 
10 
37 

2,504 

994 
277 
456 
777 

3,742 

567 
124 
575 
500 
533 
337 
215 
412 
307 
172 

3,471 

169 
599 
483 
1,263 
191 
456 
310 

1,775 

299 
488 

79 
236 
212 
186 
183 

92 

3,109 

187 
22 
112 
3 
207 
373 
516 
201 
190 



8,087 

258 
2,271 
2,031 
1,189 

267 
1,741 

330 

2,667 

578 

319 

1,266 

504 

7,994 

1,243 

275 

797 

376 

1,251 

1,168 

1,621 

683 

397 

183 

10,299 

1,150 
1,034 
1,622 
2,965 
587 
1,177 
1,764 

7,243 

1,388 

1,223 

116 

563 

1,862 

1,124 

210 

757 

3,037 

271 
78 
291 
33 
143 
185 
276 
151 
167 



267 

21 
75 
26 
24 

28 
45 

48 

4,621 

1,764 
424 

1,768 
665 

10,250 

1,748 
259 

1,818 
688 

1,488 

1,316 
785 

1,383 
395 
376 

7,849 

504 

1,274 

1,645 

2,739 

368 

648 

671 

5,901 

1,788 
830 
211 
357 

1,084 
624 
422 
585 

6,401 

256 
675 
647 
285 
163 
143 
726 
412 
611 



423 

5 

10 

109 

29 

"216 

54 

271 

206 

4 

40 

21 

756 

140 

3 

47 

148 

5 

52 

39 

295 

3 

24 

1,839 

124 
122 
211 
733 
88 
215 
346 

1,151 

221 
200 
169 
148 

94 
160 

16 
143 

2,238 

38 
119 
232 
109 
32 
55 
415 
156! 
1511 



173 
'" 3 



126 

68 
12 

"l5 
15 
16 



151 

4 
110 
24 
1 
1 
1 

"lol 

I 
350 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



195 

















Sal- 
















Greek 


Lu- 
ther- 


Con- 










va- 
tion 






Pa- 




Vari- 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ans. 








Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 






gans. 


Prot- 


ous 
Sects. 


cified. 








grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 










Mor- 










— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


' — 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


Au- 

tres 
Sectes 


— 


N". 


Egliae 


Lu- 








is cs. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Kon 




Grec- 


th^- 


alists. 










m^e 






ens. 




speci- 




que. 


riens. 












du 
Salut. 












nees. 






3 


148 


11 
5 




■• 


27 
21 


1 






•• 


4 


43 
1 


50 
13 


1 




■ 1 


" 1 

80 








■' 6 


■ 1 










11 
2 


15 
5 


2 
3 


•■ 


■■ 1 


1 




















•• 


4 
1 


4 
5 




" 1 


" 1 
65 


"' 6 
















" 4 


"29 


10 
2 


6 

7 




2 


3 
2 


20 
8 


1 


4 
1 


t 


72 
46 










116 
32 


48 
25 


8 




" 2 


'"l 


"12 


" 1 


" 3 




"26 


•• 








17 

63 

4 


2 

15 

6 


9 
10 
11 


,. 


27 


129 


52 


441 


2 


1 


68 


169 


287 




5 


289 


124 






7 


2 


16 


23 






" 2 


86 


"12 




4 


14 


11 
1 


12 
13 




"' 5 


"22 




"41 








" 32 


8 






V3I 


7 


14 










119 


" 2 




"23 


2 






" 1 


4 


19 


15 




■ 3 


"10 


"30 


3 
4 






"43 


2 


'il9 






159 
6 


12 
22 


16 
17 




" 6 


85 




29 










126 






15 


11 


18 




2 


10 




217 








■' 47 








8 


28 


19 




4 




■ 6 


" E 




" 1 






"22 






52 


6 

7 


20 
21 


1 


1,182 


11 


30 


341 


1 


22 


68 


31 


32 




7 


138 


140 








4 


7 


78 




4 


8 










10 


9 


22 




'isi 






1 






2 










36 


9 


23 


1 


.38 




"11 


31 






4 


6 


■■ 5 




" 1 


23 


32 


24 




21 


" 8 




202 


" 1 


"I8 


51 


6 


2 




6 


54 


62 


25 




1 


2 


"12 


13 






3 




25 








22 


26 




971 






2 
14 








" 19 








14 
1 


16 
6 


27 
28 




2,766 


42 


54 


53 


4 




14 


4 


65 




49 


780 


76 






1 






4 


4 




14 


1 






4S 


7 


30 


29 




529 




" 8 


















13 


8 


30 




451 






" 1 
















225 


2 


31 




15 


" 1 


1 










3 








2 


2 


32 




29 


32 
1 


8 
37 


"16 
32 










64 






25 
2 


7 
7 


33 
34 




1 






















2 


2 


35 




1,7-10 


" 8 














" 1 






504 


18 


36 




520 


17 


78 


971 


19 


8 




5 


78 


232 


37 


1,638 


124 
2 


37 




•' 9 






"10 
















■"58 


2 


38 




88 


" 2 




16 
















102 


8 


39 




65 






50 
















192 


7 


40 




8 






2 










" 1 






1 


2 


41 




3 




1 
4 


7 
29 


" 3 








" 2 






16 

8 


1 
6 


42 
43 




1 


" 4 








■■ 8 












10 


8 


44 




29 




'21 


"74 


■ 1 




• 


1 


"23 




"26 


533 


14 


45 



A-13| 



196 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 



15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



22 
23 
24 
25 
26 



Districts Sc S.-Distriets. 



j. Oneida 

Ic. Rainham . . . 

L Seneca 

171. Sherbrooke . 
n. Wainfleet . . 



68. Halton .. 



a. Acton, Village 

6. Burlington, Village.... 

0. Bsquesing 

d. (leorgetown. Village . . . 

e. Milton, Town— VUle. . . 

/. Nassagaweya 

g. Nelson 

h. Oakville, Town— Ville . 

Trafalgar 



69. Hamilton, City— Cite- 
a. Ward ^— Quartier 1 



do 
do 
d. do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



70. Hastings, East— Est. 



a. Defieronto, Town — Ville . 
6. Hungerford 

Thurlow 

d. Tweed, Village 

Tyendinaga 



27 


a. 


28 


b. 


29 


0. 


30 


d. 


31 


e. 


32 


f- 


33 


a- 


34 


h. 


35 


I. 


36 




37 


J- 


38 


k. 


39 


I. 


40 


m 


41 


n. 


42 


0. 


43 


V- 


44 


a. 


45 


h. 


46 


c. 



i71. HastlngSjNorth- Nord 



Bangor, MoClure & Wioklow 

Carlow 

Dungannon 

Elzevir & Grimsthorpe. . . . 

Faraday 

Huntingdon 

Limerick 

Madoo 

Madoc, ViDage 

/Marmora & Lake 

t Marmora, Village 

Mayo 

Monteagle & Hersohell .... 

Rawdon 

Stirling, Village 

Tudor & Oashel 

WoUaston 



72. Hastings, West-Ouest 
BelleviUe, City— Cite 



Sydney 

Trenton, Town— Ville. 



Roman 




Catholics. 






Angli- 




cans. 


Catholi- 




ques 




Romains. 




133 


269 


35 


73 


14C 


485 


M 


65 


38 


416 


896 


3,385 


129 


155 


73 


245 


78 


632 


86 


230 


51 


339 


60 


196 


92 


485 


188 


425 


139 


678 


8,872 


12,443 


536 


1,213 


767 


1,701 


G99 


2,218 


1,410 


1,714 


2,031 


1,386 


2,418 


2,189 


1,011 


2,022 


4,510 


3,254 


878 


732 


1,595 


468 


341 


489 


195 


135 


1,501 


1,430 


3,071 


3,878 


258 


223 


12 


49 


87 


138 


373 


295 


155 


306 


205 


251 


21 


62 


191 


332 


80 


180 


547 


442 


182 


220 


7 


64 


539 


383 


166 


473 


61 


135 


90 


196 


97 


129 


3,238 


2,973 


1,826 


1,819 


328 


446 


1,084 


. 708 



Pres- 

by- 
terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



693 
58 

439 
17 

235 

6,220 

474 
195 

1,850 
301 
432 

1,221 
543 
269 
935| 

11,542 

l,33.'i 
1,305 
1,907 
1,924 
1,162 
1,541 
2,370 

1,820 

604 

90 

482 

127 

517 

4,132 

198 
356 
217 
119 
245 
417 

67 
556 
282 
135 
HI 
251 
206 
527 
185 

75 
185 

2,003 

1,372 
327 
304 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



565 
343 
671 
33 
971 



557 
553 

1,013 
385 
524 
815 

1,577 
711 

1,733 

13,737 

1,308 
1,544 
1,967 
2,098 
1,310 
2,602 
2,908 

7,387 

1,262 
1,609 
2,720 
555 
1,241 

11,331 

298 
119 
295 
705 
524 

1,558 
438 

1,593 
565 
916 
414 
125 
538 

2,004 
419 
451 
369 

8,558 

3,436 
3,1.35 

1,987 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



tists. 



90 
201 
127 
183 
3j0 

553 

72 
33 
86 

129 
20 
15 
43 
21 

134 

2,814 

209 
298 
783 
349 
168 
431 
576 

147 

18 

3 

107 

9 

10 

355 

2 

25 

6 

1 

28 

21 

" 12 

3 

15 

17 

19 

19 

12: 

40 

1 

24 

498 

355 

131 

12 



Men 
non- 
ites. 



118 

" 6 
102 



Douk- 
ho- 

bors. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



197 

















Sal- 
















Greek 
Church. 


Lu- 
ther- 
ems. 


Con- 






Ad- 


Jews. 


va- 
tion 
Army. 






Pa- 
gans. 


Prot- 


Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 


Unspe- 
cified. 








grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 










Mor- 










— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


Au- 

ties 

Sectes 


— 


N° 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


J uif s. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Non 




Grec- 
que. 


th^- 
riens. 


aliatR. 










mee 
du 






end. 




Bp6oi- 
fi^es. 


















Salut. 


























15 










232 




10 


16 


1 




m 


" 2 




'482 










"I8 






291 


7 


2 




10 




■ 2 


4 


















7 


3 




15 






3 










"10 






"55 




4 




118 


" 9 


■"50 


294 








4 


24 


■■ 


"11 


362 


"44 


5 




29 


242 


1 


222 


2 


2 


5 


3 


6 


1 




44 


66 






12 


11 


■■ 1 


63 
1 




2 












7 
11 


2 

7 


6 

7 




" 3 


"65 




42 








3 


" 5 






7 


3 


8 




1 


152 




26 
















3 




9 




3 


■ 3 




"30 


. " 2 






•■ 


" 1 






1 


"16 


10 
11 




" 8 






2 












" 1 




"11 


14 


12 




2 


"ll 




13 

45 






' 5 






.. 




" 4 


9 
15 


13 
14 




689 


545 


181 


140 


27 


493 


213 


5 


19 


3 


145 


599 


165 






29 


39 


39 


22 




32 


.25 


1 




, , 




70 


18 


15 




73 


70 


16 


22 




167 


6 


, , 








85 


17 


16 




126 


154 


42 


13 


"l7 


42 


54 


2 


"12 


3 


" 9 


110 


54 


17 




128 


28 


11 


3 


5 


14 


32 




1 




2 


70 


15 


18 




115 


55 


20 


5 


, , 


127 


27 








50 


64 


25 


19 




140 


75 


29 


38 


5 


103 


37 




" 6 




84 


97 


37 


20 




78 


124 


24 


37 




8 


32 


2 








103 


9 


21 


2 


4 


20 


38 
17 


10 
■ 9 


9 




98 

11 
3 


14 

1 
4 








51 

2 
2 


82 

2 
15 


22 
23 




4 


" 8 


" 6 




" 8 




6 


9 








20 


10 


24 


2 




5 

7 


"l5 


1 


1 




78 










16 
11 


45 
10 


25 
26 




132 


19 


187 


1 


1 


24 


11 


8 






13 


824 


86 






66 






















11 


6 


27 




1 


" 7 






1 














83 


2 


28 




8 




















"13 


102 
3 


1 
5 


29 
30 




■ 3 


" 1 


" 1 




■• 




" 1 


1 
6 








62 
144 


12 
10 


31 
32 




1 












" 4 












4 


33 




8 














1 








"90 


7 


34 




2 






" 1 
















44 




35 




5 


"lO 


" 5 
121 






11 












11 


"23 
6 


36 
37 
38 




30 




1 








" 4 










'171 




39 




8 


" 1 


29 
"30 






"l3 


" 2 










102 
" 1 


"3 
2 
5 


40 
41 
42 
43 




6 


12 


110 


6 


8 


6 


64 


20 






12 


160 


98 






1 


J 
7 
3 


73 


5 
1 


8 


6 


32 


10 
9 






12 


74 
49 


81 
9 


44 
45 




" 5 


2 


"37 








"32 


1 








37 


8 


46 



198 



CENSUS OP CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



74. Huron, South— Sud... 



Districts & S.- Districts. 



73. Huron, Bast— Est.. 



Blyth, Village 

Brussels, Village 

Grey 

Howick 

Morris 

Turnbeiry 

Wingham, Town — Ville. 
Wroxeter, Village 



Bayfield, Village 

Hay 

HensaU, Village 

HuUett 

McKillop 

Seaforth, Town— Ville.. 

Stanley 

Tuokersmith 



75. Huron, "West— Quest. 

Ashfield 

6. Clinton, Town— Ville 

0. Colbome 

d. Goderich 

Goderioh, Town — Ville 

/. Wawanosh, East — Est 

g. Wawanosh, West— Quest... 



76. Kent. 



d. 



h. 



Blenheim, Town — Ville, 
Chatham, City — Cite.. . 

Dover 

Harwich 

Raleigh 

Romney 

Tilbury (part). Village. . 
Tilbury, East— Est 



77. Kingston, City— CitS 



a. Cataraqui, Ward- 
6. Frontenae, do 

c. Qntario, do 

d. Rideau, do 

e. St. Lawrence, do 
/. Sydenham, do 
g. Victoria, do 



-Quartier. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



78. Lambton, Bast— Eet. 

a. Alvinston, Village 

h. Arkona, Village 

c. Bosanquet , . 

rf. Brooke 

e. Bnniskillen 

/. Qil Springs, Village 



Roman 

Catholics. 



CathoU- 

qaes 
Remains. 






400 

30 
25 
68 
23 
124 
82 
48 



2,252 

5 
587 
17 
158 
711 
372 
177 
225 

1,700 

650 
78 

107 
96 

419 
95 

255 

6,668 

43 

1,535 

2,561 

431 

875 

85 

307 

831 

4,782 

1,141 
1,490 
339 
644 
212 
573 
383 

972 

65 

68 

88 

233 

47 



Angli- 



2,626 

160 
131 
302 
794 
354 
302 
496 
87 

1,539 

216 
155 
82 
248 
137 
270 
216 
215 

2,832 

322 
499 
152 
673 
701 
203 
282 

4,119 

309 
1,617 
381 
581 
749 
144 
74 
264 

4,387 

702 
922 
301 
1,081 
109 
434 



3,362 

126 
41 
202 
645 
403 
137 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Prea- 

by- 

teriens. 



6,768 

340 
498 
1,687 
1,326 
987 
958 
751 
221 

6,584 

196 

583 

372 

855 

1,054 

937 

1,134 

1,453 

6,232 

1,358 
630 
519 
531 

1,678 
767 
759 

5,572 

270 
1,567 
492 
1,451 
580 
144 
199 



3,156 

355 
734 
140 
909 
100 
388 
530 

6,383 

364 
89 

830 
1,294 
1,395 

307 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
djstes. 



5,804 

316 

437 

1,174 

1,327 

1,078 

574 

772 

126 

4,478 

119 
468 
296 
1,403 
545 
595 
521 
531 

7,212 

1,039 
1,168 

966 
1,133 
1,214 

827 



11,514 

562 
2.993 

831 
2,188 
2,190 
1,371 

188 
1,191 

4,133 

539 
1,117 
186 
1,328 
139 
252 
572 

8,663 

245 

202 

1,283 

1,165 

2,120 

408 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



428 

1 

5 

15 

107 

12 

125 

162 

1 

164 

2 
18 

2 
89 
13 
19 
15 

6 

300 

38 
114 
32 
37 
47 
15 
17 

2,653 

365 
1,023 
160 
440 
358 
217 
2 



425 

47 
69 
10 
166 
5 
29 
99 

2,233 

84 

96 

179 

394 

432 

91 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 
ho- 
bors. 



33 



1 
23 



9 
206 
'166 

■"! 

5i 



21 



19 



61 



17 

21 

2 



RECEJSrSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



199 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Oon- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


' 


es- 


— 


— 


N° 


Eglise 
Grireo- 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 


Non 




the- 


alists . 










mee 






ens. 




tres 


speei- 




que. 


riens. 












du 
Salut 










sectes. 


fi^es. 






425 


162 


242 


32 




7 


34 


, , 


19 






203 


84 






6 


3 


2 


















11 


2 


1 




11 


2 




















4 


1 


2 




107 


3 


136 








" 6 




" 5 






17 


36 


3 




281 


69 


39 


"32 






2 










109 


8 


4 




7 




1 












" 7 






31 


5 


5 




1 


"27 


53 








" 5 










8 


6 


6 




11 


63 


11 






" 7 


18 




" 7 






23 


24 


7 




1 


5 




.. 






3 












2 


8 




1,155 


3 


71 


29 


250 


1 


44 




22 




2 


545 


103 






12 
























8 


9 




936 


" 1 


" 4 




'250 














■446 


13 


10 




12 






















6 


33 


11 




53 




"61 








" 2 










8 


21 


12 




116 






"21 






7 




"21 






60 




13 




2 


■ 2 


" 6 


3 




" 1 


18 








" 1 


10 


" 9 


14 




12 






5 






10 




" 1 






9 


12 


15 


%* ' 


12 












7 








" 1 


6 


7 


16 




55 


42 


144 


43 


8 




41 


1 








114 


45 






7 




80 
18 


2 






■"23 










" 5 


1 
12 


17 
18 




" 9 




7 
10 


"24 






4 
3 










65 

15 


5 
6 


19 
20 




" 2 




27 


17 


" 8 




8 


1 








26 


5 


21 




10 


"42 


2 








3 










3 


3 


22 




27 
























13 


23 




30 


196 


30 


141 


22 


11 


150 


1 


"292 




117 


209 


139 






3 


1 




14 


4 




21 




28 






16 


17 


24 




10 


9 


"l8 


23 


11 
3 


"10 


84 
1 




64 




55 
8 


7 
14 


42 
13 


25 
26 






"46 


" 6 


"91 


4 




33 




"50 




3 


137 


31 


27 




7 


2 


1 


12 






1 




20 






27 


22 


28 




10 


48 
2 




1 




" 1 


2 
2 




41 

8 




"38 


1 

1 


" 1 


29 
30 






88 


" 5 








6 


1 


81 




"13 


6 


13 


31 


20 


2 


573 
88 


29 




4 


128 
15 


142 
49 


1 




1 




100 
15 


72 


32 






114 


15 






66 


53 






" 1 




27 


"49 


33 


7 




39 
177 


" 6 




" 4 


"23 


7 
19 




• 






6 
6 




84 
35 


2 
11 


■ 1 

1 


g 








■ 15 


5 










11 


1 


36 


77 
70 


" 8 






9 


" 9 


1 








18 
23 


6 
16 


.37 
88 




14 


500 

" 2 
85 


49 
" 1 


54 
4 


15 


3 


192 


41 
5 


17 




13 


256 

6 
13 


196 

4 
2 


39 
40 






26 


" 3 




" 7 


18 


, , 




" 6 


109 


25 


41 






9 


" 5 


18 






3 










21 


15 


42 




10 


3 


9 


4 


" 3 




68 




" 4 






26 


33 


43 








2 


1 


9 








2| .. 




5 


9 


44 



200 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Tablk X. Religions of the People. 



No. 



5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 



32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 

38 



39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



y. Petrolia Town — Ville. 

h. Thedford Village 

i. Warwick 

j. Watford, Village 



79. Lambton, W.— O. 



a. Forest, Town — Ville..., 

b. Moore 

e. Plympton 

d. Point Edward, Village.. 

e. Sarnia 

/. Sarnia, Town — Ville . . . 
g. Wyoming, Village 



80. Lanark, North— Nord 

a. Almonte, Town — Ville 

6. Dalhousie & Sherbrooke, N 

c. Darling 

d. Fitzroy 

e. Huntley 

/. Lanark 

fj. Lanark, Village 

h. Lavant 

i. Pakenhain 

y. Ramsay 



81. Lanark, South— Sud. 



Koman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Komains. 



Bathurst 

Beckwith 

Burgess, North — Nord 

Carleton Place, Town — Ville. 

Drummond 

Elmsley, North— Nord 

Montague 

Perth, Town- Ville 

Sherbrooke, South — Sud 

Smiths Falls (part), -Town- 
Ville 



82 Leeds & Grenville, N. 
a. Elmsley, South — Sud 



Gower, South — Sud. 
Kemptville, Village 

d. Merriokville, Village 

e. Oxford 

/. Smiths Falls (part), Town- 

Ville 

g. Wolf ord 



83. Leeds, South— Sud... 

a. Athens, Village 

6. Bastard & Burgess, S 

(?. Crosby, North — Nord 

d. Crosby, South — Sud 

e. Gananoque, Town — Ville... 
/. Lansdowne & Leeds (front). 



Angli- 



304 

4 

106 

57 

2,366 

105 
559 
233 
183 
175 
1,070 
41 

3,233 

847 
167 
171 
506 
698 
145 
58 
69 
316 
256 

3,571 

593 

53 

534 

368 

377 

102 

347 

1,006 

79 

112 

2,021 

248 
174 
168 
159 
360 

757 
155 

3,417 

31 
330 
737 
347 
857 
454 



631 

60 

721 

396 

3,708 

270 
719 
496 
154 
425 
1,458 
186 

3,449 

432 

57 

16 

919 

696 

203 

77 

18 

527 

504 

5,005 

627 
590 
7 
1,134 
511 
287 
693 
746 
224 

186 

3,201 

157 
162 
417 
305 
767 

971 
422 

4,671 

165 
815 
255 
353 
760 
666 



Pres- 

by- 

tenans. 



Pres- 

by- 
teriens. 



1,030 
124 
711 
239 

6,459 

343 
1,714 
1,282 

184 

672 
2,038 

226 

7,474 

1,030 
1,522 
528 
647 
410 
631 
479 
360 
602 
1,265 

5,604 

651 
692 
291 
1,478 
617 
401 
284 
989 
121 

80 

2,827 

231 
239 
373 
120 
681 

1,023 
160 

2,541 

87 
60 
275 
126 
669 
600 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



1,456 
288 

1,128 
368 

7,285 

436 
1,530 
1,087 

222 
1,088 
2,623 

299 

2,538 

509 

49 

46 

643 

373 

119 

84 

102 

368 

245 

3,994 

525 
198 
67 
802 
379 
199 
639 
570 
442 

173 

4,822 

141 
220 
481 
423 
1,033 

1,4.S1 
1,093 

9,300 

575 

1,400 

538 

921 

1,171 

1,391 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



594 

67 

239 

57 

1,673 

161 
192 
230 

19 
227 
791 

53 

447 

184 

13 

5 

28 

" 87 
26 

" 64 
50 

866 

34 

83 

36 

238 

111 

67 

76 

169 

30 

32 

624 

10 
64 
52 
6 
57 

331 
4 

777 

41 
342 
199 
50 
10 
19 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



201 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


— 


— 


N" 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 


Non 




Grec- 


the- 


alists. 










mee 






ens. 




tres 


sp^ci- 
nees. 




que. 


riens. 












du 










sectes. 
















Salut. 


















1 




5 






2 


65 


1 


6 




6 


13 


21 


i 






'" 3 










14 












69 


■■ 




271 


"25 


" 1 






34 


" 16 


" 5 


, 




"40 


15 


3 




" 3 


127 


2 






" 1 


1 


1 




' 


" 1 


23 


3 


4 




42 


369 


67 


17 




5 


67 


30 


45 




CO 


93 


102 








117 


35 


8 






22 


20 




, 




26 


6 


5 




"l2 


5 


1 












"33 


., 






30 


6 




"1 


194 


27 


" 7 


•• 


" 1 


" 2 


1 


3 

6 




■ 9 


32 


27 

1 


7 
8 




"l3 


3 










1 


9 


3 






" 7 


5 


9 


'* 


15 


49 


" 4 


2 


'.'. 4 


28 








"41 


24 


29 


10 




1 


1 










14 


• • 




•• 




4 


4 


11 


1 


12 


763 
1 


4 
1 


1 


11 


19 
6 


1 


5 




•• 


1 
1 


112 
10 


109 

2 


12 


1 


" 1 
11 


5 
3 
1 

• ■ 
519 
234 


" 1 
" 2 


1 






"l3 




6 








13 

"lO 
36 
36 

" 1 


2 

2 

13 

17 

11 

6 

9 

3 


13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 








.. 




■'ll 




" 1 










6 


45 


21 




3 


52 

1 


148 

39 
22 


■• 


3 


11 


23 








1 


146 

31 

7 


54 

7 
1 


22 
23 


■• 


•* 






















8 


9 


24 


•• 


" 1 


12 
37 


"13 
17 
24 




■ 3 




1 






.. 




3 
24 
13 

5 


1 

5 

4 

13 


25 
26 

27 
28 


•• 


" 1 


2 


"33 






" 8 
3 


22 






•• 


"l 


28 
24 


13 

1 


29 
30 




1 












, , 










3 




31 


•• 


•■ 


5 


114 

70 

1 

1 


2 
" 2 


4 


5 
" 5 


30 

" 8 
19 


1 






1 


85 

31 

"lO 
5 


5 
1 

1 


32 
33 
34 
35 






■■ 5 


41 

1 




" 4 




" 3 








1 


9 
11 


" 1 
2 


35 
37 
















1 








19 




38 


•• 


6 


2 
" 1 








24 
3 


32 

1 
4 


14 

6 

1 
1 








326 

46 

42 
12 


76 

1 

12 

9 


39 
40 
41 


>■ 






















13 


1 


42 






" 1 








"l3 


"23 










9 


13 


43 


•• 


" 1 










3 










40 


11 


44 



202 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 







Pres- 


Roman 




by- 


Catholics. 




terians. 


- 


Angli. 
cans. 


- 


Catholi- 




Pres- 


ques 




by- 


Remains. 




t^riens. 


140 


867 


149 


17 


142 


44 


378 


356 


489 


126 


392 


42 


904 


2,323 


1,442 


7 


180 


18 


111 


279 


347 


39 


135 


31 


123 


388 


319 


44 


106 


162 


47 


328 


88 


269 


584 


349 


264 


323 


128 


3,58.5 


6,018 


4,480 


16 


72 


224 


32 


188 


403 


7 


56 


409 


244 


629 


251 


90 


296 


213 


428 


489 


228 


144 


549 


410 


222 


617 


154 


31 


150 


875 


334 


390 


246 


2,037 


2,582 


1,567 


3,506 


6,347 


4,537 


570 


1,266 


667 


1,082 


1,641 


1,015 


705 


1,470 


1,275 


1,149 


1,970 


1,680 


1,595 


6,606 


4,871 


78 


596 


697 


9 


117 


271 


673 


2,469 


1,889 


466 


2,057 


994 


262 


754 


195 


107 


595 


757 


•• 


18 


68 


2,463 


2,809 


4,023 


19 


111 


377 


626 


735 


259 


105 


272 


234 


79 


418 


120 


406 


632 


623 


220 


14S 


372 


663 


335 


397 


109 


74 


1,158 


236 


83 


483 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 
ho- 
bors. 



Lansdowne & Leeds (rear) . 

h. Newboro, Village 

i. Yonge & Escott (front) . . . 
j. Yonge & Escott (rear) 

84. Lennox 

a. Adolphustown 

6. Amherst Island 

Bath, Village 

d. Ernestown 

e. Fredericksburg, North — Nord 
/. Fredericksburg, South — Sud. 

g. Napanee, Town — Ville 

h. Richmond 

85. Lincoln & Niagara — 

a. Beamaville, Village 

b. Clinton 

c. Gainsborough 

d. Grantham 

e. Louth 

/. Merritton, VUlage 

g. Niagara 

h. Niagara, Town — Ville 

i, Felham 

j. Port Dalhousie, VUlage 

k. St. Catharines, City — Cite. . . 



86. London, Oity— Oite . 

Ward— Quartier 1 (part). . . 
6. do do 2 TT ... 

c. do do 3 ,1 ... 

d. do do 4 " .. . 



87. Middlesex, East— Est, 



88 

a. 
b. 
c. 
d. 
e. 
/. 



Dorchester, North— Nord. 
Dorchester, South — Sud. . . 

London 

London, E. (part city, Wards 

— Quartiers 3, 4) 

London, (part city, W. — Q. 2) 

Nissouri, West — Quest 

Springfield, Village 

Middlesex, N 

Ailaa Craig, Village 

Biddulph 

Exeter, Village 

Lucan, Village 

McGUlivray ... 

Parkhill, Town— Ville .... 

Stephen ... 

Williams, East— Est 

Williams, West — Quest.. ., 



1,089 
201 

1,430 
584 

8,364 

324 
84 

196 
2,369 
1,169 

637 
1,841 
1,744 

8,092 

258 
522 

1,061 
636 
670 
500 
632 
220 
842 
91 

2,660 



7,2W 

1,351 
1,234 
2,467 
2,167 



10,730 

1,879 

937 

3,078 

2,391 
693 

1,410 
342 

6,382 

142 
631 

1,125 
224 

1,305 
501 

1,830 
105 
519 



1,658 

138 
172 

62 
116 

88 

27 
109 

22 
202 

33 
689 



1,449 

259 
372 
331 

487 



1,864 

331 
150 
502 

569 

166 

80 

66 

759 

93 

11 

30 

7 

164 

167 

90 

126 

71 



3 
169 

" 5 
178 

" 1 
2 

14 
1 

15 



RECENSBMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



203 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Ohuroh. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


Au- 

tres 

sectes. 


— 


N° 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Nou 




Greo- 
que. 


th^- 
riens. 


alists. 










m6e 
du 






ens. 




Bpeoi- 
fiees. 
















Salut. 








































82 


14 


1 


















1 








17 




2 




" 4 


;: 


•• 






'" 8 


'" 1 


5 








4 
61 


"13 
2 


3 

4 


2 


10 


4 


97 
9 


2 






80 
1 


2 
2 






•• 


129 


63 
1 


5 
































6 


















'" 5 














7 




" 1 




■ 2 


"■ 2 








47 










"40 


"■"26 


8 




6 




25 










10 










2 




9 
10 


2 


■ 3 
1 


" 4 


■43 
18 










"13 
4 










"I8 
69 


"14 
12 


11 
12 




186 


112 


54 


969 


16 


30 


68 


190 


43 


1 


337 


1,162 


177 






2 






107 






" 










10 


2 


13 




20 


■.13 




276 


















235 


26 


14 




8 




"38 


203 








' 2 


3 


"'27 




"11 


565 


11 


15 




11 


"9 




13 


4 






4 


3 


1 






11 


4 


16 




67 


4 




185 












11 






36 


10 


17 




1 




5 


4 








"' 1 








" 2 


18 


7 


18 




25 


" 4 




17 


















1 


5 


19 




1 


4 


" 1 


1 
















" 2 


5 


7 


20 




19 


3 


7 


87 


"12 








"l82 






317 


221 


2S 


21 




4 






2 


















4 


20 


22 




28 


"76 


"" 3 


74 




" 30 


"ai 


2 


" 4 


"■ 1 


■■ 5 


56 


57 


23 


4 


112 


332 


35 


38 


24 


206 


123 




79 




1 


287 


115 






30 


46 


13 


4 




83 


50 




12 




1 


74 


21 


24 




60 


26 


1 


5 


'" 2 


23 


33 










80 


38 


25 




4 


162 


15 


20 




100 


29 




, ""47 






54 


35 


26 


4 


18 


99 


6 


9 


■"22 




11 




20 


•• 




79 


21 


27 




93 


110 


63 


241 


16 


9 


59 


7 


110 




17 


104 


112 






3 




3 


8 
138 


2 






■• 


"' 4 




"" 5 


14 
4 


11 
2 


28 
29 




"72 


"46 


"'17 


10 


"" 4 


" 2 


"' 7 


6 


5 




11 


25 


60 


30 




16 


55 


41 


68 


3 


7 


24 


1 


81 




1 


54 


14 


31 




I 




2 


4 


5 




28 




7 






1 


13 


32 




1 


" 9 




7 
6 


2 








13 






5 
1 


12 


33 
34 




269 


6 


' 3 


2 


7 




1 




2 




1 


671 


49 

2 
1 


35 
36 




"21 
















" 2 






■" 6 


3 


37 
38 




■■ 1 






















11 


■ 3 


39 






















" 1 


9 


11 


40 




243 


6 


3 


" 2 


"" 7 




" 1 










593 


12 

5 


41 
42 




" 4 






■• 
















'"52 


12 


43 



304 



CENSUS OF CANA'DA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Roman 

Catholics, 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains . 



Angli- 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
noQ- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



89. Middlesex, S. 



15 
lli 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
21 
25 
26 
27 

28 JM. 

29 jo. 
P- 
9- 



Caradoc 

Delaware 

Lobo 

/Westminster 

\ London (pt. oity.W.— Q. 1) 



90. Middlesex, "W.— O. 



Adelaide 

Ekfrid. 

Euphemia 

d. Glenooe, Village 

e. Metcalfe 

/. Mosa 

g, Newbury, Village 

Strathroy, Town — ViUe. 
Wardsville, Village 



91. MuBkoka & Parry- 
Sound 



30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
3t! 
37 
38 
39 
40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 \j 

51 



Armour 

Baxter 

Bethune 

Brunei 

Burks Palls, Village 

Cardwell 

Carling 

Chaffey 

Chapman 

Christie 

Conger & Cowper 

Croft 

PerguBon & Biirpee 

Ferris 

Foley 

Franklin 

Gibson & Freeman 

Gurd 

Hagerman 

Himsworth, N. & S 

Humphrey 

Huntsville, Villafje 

Joly 

Laurier 

Lount 

McConkey, Mills, Wilson & 

Hardy 

McDougall 

Machar 

McKellar 

McKenzie & Burton 

McMurrich 

Monteith 

Mowat& Blair 

Nipissing 

Parry Sound, Town — ViUe . . 

Patterson 

Perry 



691 

150 

18 

17 

231 

275 

667 

185 
69 

103 
33 

103 
45 
15 
95 
19 



4,520 

64 
335 

77 
58 
12 

32 

59 

47 

18 

92 

11 

1 

39 

69 

5 

23 

246 

80 

565 

56 

161 

2 

58 

3 

117 

2 

35 

1 

23 

78 

24 

288 

275 

314 

12 

198 



3,598 

814 
396 
293 
781 
1,314 

2,635 

339 
128 
536 
224 
283 
285 
91 
636 
114 



6,952 

130 

15 

104 

292 

177 

190 

35 

345 

128 

118 

30 

59 

15 

10 

143 

156 

" 38 

48 

405 

232 

455 

40 

61 

20 

52 

67 

228 

171 

49 

118 

78 

44 

130 

541 

74 

424 



4,295 

1,024 
302 
716 

1,423 
830 

6,017 

575 
1,314 
468 
490 
497 
878 
112 
600 
83 



8,445 

302 
1 

98 

155 

326 

104 

101 

265 

101 

178 

71 

179 

43 

31 

193 

199 

4 

86 

60 

773 

226 

608 

131 

40 

20 

211 
83 

229 
87 
43 

274 
45 
39 

182 

678 
50 

337 



7,415 

1,996 
1,338 
439 
2,039 
1,603 

5,379 

935 
789 
869 
200 
590 
736 
179 
974 
107 



10,611 

353 

16 
116 
163 
240 
120 
148 
405 
234 
206 

47 
246 
115 

11 
210 
125 
103 
123 
223 
669 
114 
773 

72 
100 
145 



2,120 

683 
83 
914 
171 
369 



177 
372 
307 

50 

75 
147 

38 
509 

13 



1,209 

52 
1 
2 
35 
67 
10 
32 
29 
17 
14 

" 16 



52 


2 


297 


42 


293 


11 


407 


23 


53 


1 


171 


46 


93 


7 


99 


10 


50 


12 


996 


226 


48 




693 


.39 



10 

10 

23 

4 
19 

12 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



205 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 
cified.' 




Church. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


cifles. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


— 


Non 
sp^ci- 
fiees. 


N° 


Eglise 


Lu- 








is ts. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 




Grec- 


the- 


alists. 










m^e 






ens. 




tres 




que. 


riens. 












du 










seotes. 


















Salut. 
















•• 


29 


65 

1 


23 


154 


33 
1 


6 


43 
4 


127 


19 


1 


16 


74 
19 


85 
20 


1 




■■ 9 






'i52 


10 
5 






1 
126 


" 4 






1 
10 


16 
13 


2 
3 




" 1 


"l4 


" 7 




17 




" 2 




" 2 






11 


31 


4 




19 


50 


16 


" 2 




" 5 


37 


.. 


13 


" 1 


"I6 


33 


5 


6 




11 


9 

4 


33 


95 
9 


3 




61 


11 
3 


65 






96 


50 
6 


6 




" 1 






12 

4 


" 2 




" 1 

8 


3 

1 


"49 










"14 
16 


5 
3 


7 
8 




" 1 


1 


" 7 


14 
4 






" 2 




" 7 










7 
4 


1 
3 


.9 
10 




" 2 






46 






3 


1 


" 9 










33 
17 


2 
2 


11 
12 




"■ 6 


" 4 


"26 


" 2 


" 1 




"47 


3 












5 


26 


13 




1 






4 






















2 


14 


4 


638 


44 


231 


116 
3 


1 


20 


144 


13 


12 


4 


36 


484 
8 


178 
3 


15 










4 






" 3 














2 
3 




16 
17 




■'12 


4 




"47 






"13 












"14 


14 




18 




3 


2 


" 4 








2 












5 


5 


" 6 


19 


•• 


37 
1 
2 

94 

"l6 

"l3 
1 

"26 
17 


" 6 


"53 

" 1 

"50 
5 


"24 

1 

" 6 
2 

" 1 
7 


■■ 


"l4 
" 6 


"14 
3 

"14 
" 2 


1 


' 












4 

"14 
10 

" 2 
3 
2 

" 1 

" 7 

3 

23 


1 
4 
2 
7 
1 
7 
5 
1 

" 1 

" 5 


20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 




10 


" 4 






















7 


18 


3 


35 




1 




"23 


" 7 






"72 


7 










1 


1 


3 


36 
































7 


4 


37 
































4 


4 


38 




"82 






























39 




3 


























137 


1 


40 
















" 5 


















7 


41 




"l8 




"l5 
1 


" 2 








1 














"65 

7 


e 


42 
43 
44 




'l6 












" 5 
















" 7 


" 1 


45 




103 














1 
















" 5 


46 
47 




24 






























2 


48 


4 


11 


" 4 






" 1 




" 2 
















"22 


85 


49 
50 


•• 


" 1 


"lO 


"l3 


" 4 






" 5 


2 














"50 


" 3 


51 



206 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S.-Distriots. 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Bomains. 



Angli- 



Pres- 

by- 

tenans. 



Pres- 

t.r. 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^t*o- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Pree 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 
bors. 



14 
15 

16 
17 

IS 

19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 

28 
29 
30 
31 
32 

33 
34 
35 

36 
37 

38 
39 
40 
41 
42 

43 
44 
45 

46 

47 

48 



Pringle 

Proudfoot 

Ryerson 

Shawanaga & Harrison . 
Sinclair 



Stephenson 

Stisted 

Strong 

Sundndge, Village . . . 
Wallbridge & Brown 

. Watt 

Parry Island 



92. Nipissing. 



a. Aird Island 

6. Airey & parts of Sabine & 
Lyell 

c. Algoma Mills 

d. Badgerow, Field, Gibbons & 

Bastedo (parts) 

e. Balfour, Chelmsford & 

org. ter — Ter. non-org. . 

/. Biskotasing 

(7. Blezard & Hanmer. .... 

Bonfield 

Buck 

J. Caldwell 

k. Calvin 

Cameron 

Cartier 

Casey, Hilliard, Brethour, 
Ingram & part of Harris. . . 

Chisholni & Boulter 

p. Clara, Head & Maria 

g. Collins Inlet 

Cooks Mills 

Crerar & parts of Badgerow, 

Gibbons & Bastedo 

Cutler 

Drury, Denison & Graham . . 
Dryden, Neelon, Garson & 

part of Maclennan 

Dunnet & Ratter 

Dymond, Harley, Hudson, 
Kerns & part of Harris. . . 

Ferris 

Geneva Lake 

Gertrude Mine & Creighton . 

61. Grant & part of Field 

c^. Hagar, Loughrin, Awrey & 

Hawley 

d^. Hallam 

Hugel 

/i. Jennings & parts of Ca.>iimir 

& Appleby 

f/'. Killamey 

k'^. Kirkpatrick, Badgerow Ap 
pleby & Casimir (parts) . . . 
Lander & Wilkes 



15 

9 

47 

2 

11 

4 

29 

1 

699 

7 

289 

22,040 

36 

374 
87 



735 

46 

528 

1,450 

19 

801 

150 

399 

57 

42 
599 
376 
112 

98 

297 
230 
538 

388 
430 

13 

728 

148 

77 

178 

102 

238 

93 

251 



303 

44 



16 

48 

114 

3 

65 
109 
370 
312 
120 
107 

33 
322 
111 

4,337 

7 

63 



43 
32 
10 
88 
104 
12 
68 
35 
39 

1 

103 

45 

13 

39 



64 

33 

78 

142 
51 
17 
13 



14) 
3 



14 

69 

180 

" 20 
99 
471 
163 
243 
124 
108 
265 
136 

4,720 

66 

82 
31 



60 

2 

78 

51 

79 

26 

166 

36 

8 

21 
102 
45 
18 
69 

4 

21 

126 



168 

166 

57 

42 

1 



19 

200 

69 

6 
11 

26 



171 

6 

219 

49 

167 

162 

349 

134 

308 

90 

37 

371 

219 

3,658 

16 

96 



78 

2 

51 

118 

49 

29 

103 

9 

19 



9 
16 
33 

8 
11 
52 

33 

81 

256 

102 

15 

3 



14 
122 



7 
129 

1 
11 
16 

3 

1 
37 
34 
10 

■ 33 

482 

4 

22 



12 
1 

35 
6 
2 

10 

9 

12 
1 

16 
2 

1 
1 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



207 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Jnspe- 




Ohurch. 


ans. 


(frega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 




tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons, 


— 


es- 








N* 


EgliBO 
Grec- 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 


Non 




the- 


alists . 










m6e 






ens. 




tres 


fifes. 




que. 


riens. 












du 










aeotes. 


















Salut. 


















45 


1 




1 


















2 


1 
2 




"65 


" 5 


" 4 


" 1 








1 






" 4 


"35 
■■ 3 




3 
4 
5 




" 1 




"27 




















" 1 


6 




2 


■ 2 
6 


35 








4 










" 1 
6 


1 


7 
8 




■ 6 


/ 




" 3 










"12 






8 
1 


" 2 


9 
10 




17 






■' 3 
















8 




11 




2 




















■■ 5 


3 




12 




9 


















" 4 






" 6 


13 


19 


650 
72 

"l3 
" 4 


26 

" 1 


17 


23 

" 5 




139 
4 


77 
"10 


1 




13 


5 


114 
3 
1 

2 


228 

2 

" 3 

" 2 
3 


14 

15 
16 

17 

18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
2.') 
























■ 2 


• • 


26 




1 
16 


•• 


■ 3 








1 












2 

" 1 
1 

1 


27 
28 
29 
30 
31 

32 




"22 

8 
























5 
11 


33 

34 




1 
1 






1 




■■ 6 








•• 






1 
9 


35 
36 


12 


3 
12 

" 4 
32 

1 




12 


2 




" 8 


13 








" 1 


39 
4 
6 

" 1 


4 
2 

" 1 

1 

1 


37 
38 
39 
40 
41 

42 
43 

44 

45 
46 

47 
48 



208 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



10 si 



Districts & S. Districts. 



11 
12 
13 

14 

15 

16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 



25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 



41 
42 
43 



«i. 



Long Sault . . 

McKim 

Macpherson & Kirkpatricli 

(part) 

Martland 

Mattawan 

Mattawa, Town— ViUe. 
May, Salter & Tp. 116. 
Montreal River & Temagami 

Lake 
Murohison, Preston & part 

of LyeU 

Nairn, Lome, Hyman & un 

org. ter. — Ter. non-org 

North Bay, Town— Ville. . , 

Papineau 

Peck, Hunter, Canisbay & 

McLaughlin 

Rathbun, Street & Maclen 

nan (part) 

Rayside & unorg. ter. — Ter, 

non-org 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



Angli- 



Sabine & Lyell (parts). 
Snider & Waters 



Spanish 

Springer . 

Sturgeon Falls, Town— Ville. 
Sudbury, Town— Ville . . , . . 

Walford 

Whitefish River, mouth 

Widdifield 



93. Norfolk, North-Nord 

Delhi, Village 

b. Dereham 

c. Middleton 

d. Tilsonburg, Town- Ville. 

e. Townsend 

/. Waterf ord, Village 

7. Windham 

94. Norfolk, South-Sud. 

Charlotteville 

Houghton 

Port Dover, Village 

Port Rowan, Village 

Simcoe, Town^ Ville 

/. Walsingham, North— Nord. . 
(/. Walsingham, South— Sud . . . 

h. Walpole 

i. Woodhouse 



95. Northumberland, E. 

a. Brighton 

6. Brighton, Village 

Oampbellford, Village . . 



22 
1,453 

151 
159 
289 
1,065 
900 

293 

128 

596 
966 
515 

267 

16 

803 
32 

427 
61 

938 

838 
1,095 

126 
74 

504 



816 

32 
148 
62 
84 
53 
18 
419 

570 

94 

46 
6 
94 
62 
12 
163 
93 



2,611 

188 

77 

469 



268 

4 

6 
101 
99 

12 

82 

1,106 

385 

64 

64 



5 

34 

30 

116 

189 

277 

45 

91 

122 



1,451 

144 
336 
144 
337 
198 
95 
197 

2,860 

257 
91 
285 
115 
633 
92 
109 
805 
473 



189 
198 
280 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 
by. 

teriens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



3 
392 



24 
146 

266 

17 

57 

118 

637 

22 

100 

6 

27 

37 
116 

20 
125 
151 
330 
105 

31 
101 



1,736 

110 
480 
120 
449 
159 
38 
380 

2,577 

325 

65 

307 

22 

375 

319 

45 

727 

392 



3,380 

172 
264 
664 



1 
464 



1 

8 

60 

160 

10 

47 

60 
367 



93 



4 

50 

70 

33 

103 

194 

193 

53 

22 

106 



8,636 

321 
2 £ 
l!085 

914 
1,703 

439 
1,906 

8,423 

1,419 
884 
427 
257 
897 

1,084 
847 

1,729 
879 

11,172 

2,033 

668 
920 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



1 

' 19 

3 

2 

12 
107 



4,992 

177 
635 
745 
379 
1,791 
485 
780 

4,730 

1,155 
556 
92 
234 
474 
537 
862 
485 
335 



724 

94 

137 

90 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



18 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



209 



Greek 
Church. 


Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 


Con- 
grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews 


Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 




Mor- 


Pa- 
gans. 


Prot- 


Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 


Unspe- 
cified. 




— 


— 








vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 




— 


es- 


— 


— 


N" 


Eglise 
Grec- 


Lu- 

the- 


tion- 
alists. 


ren. 


ciples. 


ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 

du 

Salut. 




mons. 


Pay- 
ens. 


tants. 


Au- 
tres 


Non 
sp^ci- 




que. 


riens. 




















sectes. 


fiees. 
































1 




357 
























"73 


2 

3 
4 
5 




" 1 










"20 


■ 3 












" 4 


6 




12 


■■ 3 








29 








" 4 




"11 


4 


7 


, , 


7 
























.. 


8 


. . 


6 






















., 


1 


9 




11 










1 








9 




1 


33 


10 


•• 


2 


" 2 


" 1 


" 9 






"10 








" 1 


3 


40 
1 


11 
12 


•• 


8 


•■ 


1 


















'21 


9 


13 

14 

15 
16 




"33 


3 










" 3 


1 








" 1 


" 1 
2 
2 


17 
18 
19 




1 


13 










"21 










3 




20 


7 


10 

" 8 
4 


3 
" 1 




" 6 




"71 


6 

" 5 
5 






•• 


' 2 
" 1 


1 
1 

"14 


3 
" 5 


21 
22 
23 
24 




332 


98 


8 


33 






92 


7 


154 


1 


14 


252 


34 






19 


1 


3 












1 






15 




25 




14 


1 




" 6 






"13 




6 




"11 


56 


" 5 


26 




274 




" 5 


6 






8 


6 


47 






81 


7 


27 




14 












31 






1 




28 


4 


28 




10 


■■]2 




12 
3 






24 
12 


•• 


"15 

27 




■• 


37 

1 


3 

4 


29 
30 




" 1 


"84 




6 






, 4 


1 


58 




" 3 


34 


11 


31 


.. 


li3 


6 


34 


89 


8 


4 


130 


7 


33 




103 


478 


686 






19 


" 1 
1 


3 

7 


6 
" 1 






1 
" 2 




2 


•• 




44 
43 
15 

22 


137 
386 

2 


32 
33 
34 
35 




2 


1 




' 2 






'iio 










14 


"25 


36 




57 




10 




" 1 






3 


"18 




"95 


55 


26 


37 


* ' 


1 




7 


" 1 


7 




■' 6 




6 




8 


53 


47 


38 




64 


" 1 
2 


7 


79 




" i 


"11 


4 


7 






62 
170 


43 
20 


39 
40 




5 




15 


8 


2 




54 


64 


6 






388 


48 






2 




5 










39 


1 






40 


11 


41 


■• 


1 


•• 


" 6 






•• 


"14 
34 


1 


5 






10 
21 


3 
1 


42 
43 



A— 14 



210 



CENSUS OP CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



7 

8 

9 

10 



11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
]6 
17 
IS 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
Hi 
25 



.'53 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 



39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



1 \d. Oolborne, "Village. 

2 \e. Cramahe. 
3 
4 
5 
6 



96. Northumberland, 
West— Quest . . . 



a. Alnwick 

6. Cobourg, Town— Ville. 

Haldimand 

d. Hamilton 



/. Hastings, Village. 

Murray 

k. Percy 

i. Seymour . , 



97. Ontario, North— Nord 

a. Beaverton, Village.. 

6. Bracebridge, Town— Ville. . 
c. Brock 

Cannington, Village 

Draper 

/. Macaulay 

Maclean , 

Mara 

Morrison 

Oakley 

k. Rama 

I. Ridoiit 

m. Ryde 

n. Scott 

0. Thorah 



Roman 

Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



98. Ontario, South— Sud 



a. Oshawa, Town — Ville . 

b. Port Perry, Village . , 

c. Reach 

•/. Seugog 

e. Whitby, East— Est..., 
/. Whitby, Town— Ville., 
(/. Whitby, West— Quest. , 



99. Ontario.'West— Quest 

a. Newmarket, Town — Ville.. 

b. Pickering 

0. Stouffville, Village. ..... . . 

d. Uxbridge 

c. Uxbridge, Town — Ville 

/. Whitchurch 



lOO. Ottawa, City ^Cite. 



a. By, Ward — Quartier 

6. Central, Ward— Quartier. , 

c. Dalhousie m 

d. Ottawa u 

e. St. George „ 

f. Victoria n 

g. Wellington n 



40 
107 
353 
332 
724 
321 



1,951 

39 

1,051 

596 

265 

2,616 

50 

302 

197 

29 

51 

19 

34 

1,318 

33 

6 

419 

5 

4 

33 

116 

939 

385 

27 

90 

1 

162 

200 

74 

944 

260 
359 

32 
107 

78 
108 

30,525 

6,458 
2,251 
4,C03 
8,355 
4,767 
1,123 
3,508 



Angli- 



230 
101 
50 
475 
243 
232 



175 

1,013 

430 

372 

2,851 

113 
495 

482 
235 
225 
232 
167 
154 
111 
117 
218 
43 
43 
128 



2,264 

669 
138 
313 
15 
287 
635 
. 207 

1,747 

365 
380 
174 
251 
265 
312 

9,645 

596 
3,098 
1,051 

230 
1,777 

501 
2,392 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 
by- 

teriens. 



152 
237 
178 
71 
619 
1,023 



2,890 

183 
755 
986 
966 

6,316 

561 
400 
929 
318 
237 
133 
160 
748 
325 
176 
422 
105 
56 
897 
849 

3,196 

681 
353 
843 
23 
347 
423 
526 

2,728 

340 
1,163 
154 
342 
420 
309 

7,576 

143 
2,429 
971 
196 
865 
438 
2,534 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



487 
1,710 

224 
1,994 
1,594 
1,542 



5,058 



1,044 
1,507 
1,684 



122 
920 

1,894 
390 
333 
228 
109 
671 
284 
38 
520 
55 
398 

1,037 
360 

8,777 

2,201 
725 

2,155 
413 

1,583 
611 

1,089 

7,095 

639 
2,302 

369 
1,472 

673 
1,640 

5,706 

221 
1,780 
978 
123 
653 
264 
1,687 



Baptists. 



tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



105 

192 

2 

10 

12 

82 



446 

1 
139 

207 



665 



156 
204 
71 
22 
36 
23 
21 
15 
7 
25 
10 

" 59 
16 

811 

180 

180 

139 

7 

62 
167 

76 

1,631 

22 
590 
225 
.392 
153 
249 

1,614 

29 
507 
242 

14 
230 

33 
559 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 
ho- 
bora. 



G 
" 4 

' 7 

' 1 
10 



300 

1 

114 

43 

16 

'i26 

6 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



211 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Van- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 




es- 


— 




N° 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Aa- 


Non 




Grec- 


the- 


alists. 










mee 






ens. 




tres 


irl 




que. 


riens. 












du 










sectes. 


















Salut. 








































3 




1 










" 4 


" 2 






5 








192 

2 


" 6 
6 


2 
3 








" 4 


" 4 






" 1 


' 39 








62 


1 


4 




" 2 








■■ 




1 
4 










18 
40 


3 

17 


5 
6 






429 


4 


10 


7 




3 


5 








216 


46 




•• 


• 


'208 
4 


" 1 


■■ 5 


7 


■• 


■ 3 


1 
4 








18 

1 

191 


"lO 
21 


7 
8 
9 


-■ 




217 


" 3 


■■ 5 
















6 


6 


10 




238 


19 


27 


77 




1 


164 


22 






1 


215 


44 






5 


2 


1 


1 




















11 


-• 


3 
2 


1 




8 




" 1 


ik 


4 








"57 
6 


■■ 6 
9 


12 
13 


-■ 


'io6 


" 5 

8 










" 7 










6 

9 




14 
15 


-• 


1 




"26 


"29 

18 






1 










22 
12 


■■ 2 


16 

17 


■• 


70 












"22 


1 






" 1 


5^ 


■■ 5 
4 


18 
19 




3 
























1 


20 


" 




■■ 










10 












4 


21 


-• 


48 






"21 
















•• 


" 2 


22 
23 


•• 




■■ 3 




:: 








" 17 








■■49 


5 
6 


24 
25 


.. 


9 


13 


12 


32 


5 


9 


99 


25 






1 


. 505 


96 




-• 


7 
1 


2 
4 
4 


7 

1 


18 
2 
1 


" 3 




24 


6 
1 








190 
30 
19 


24 

2 

23 


26 
27 
28 


























88 


7 


29 










"' 3 






■35 








, , 


151 


1 


30 




1 


" 3 


" 4 


8 




" 9 


5 


8 






1 


12 


23 


31 












" 2 


■ ■ 


35 


10 








15 


16 


32 


. , 


15 


157 


2 


101 




.. 


149 


566 




] 




1,192 


67 








5 




6 






70 


141 




1 




274 


1 


# 




■■ 1 


1 




26 




]| 


5 


159 








104 


21 


H 




11 


128 




17 






5 










60 


6 


,35 






11 


" 1 


9 






28 


" 52 








132 


33 


36 




2 












38 


14 








12 


2 


37 




1 


"l2 


" ] 


"43 






3 


200 








610 


5 


38 


8 


605 


421 


202 


3 


6 


398 


68 


4 




1 


148 


562 


142 






3 




3 




3 


165 


6 






1 


52 


12 


9 


39 


4 


144 

16 

101 


226 

12 

6 


60 
51 


■■ 3 


2 


12 
'124 


11 
9 
3 


3 






30 


199 
32 

7 


39 

11 

3 


40 
41 
42 




286 


20 


"l8 




'.. 


67 


16 


1 






" 2 


78 


27 


43 




19 


3 


11 






18 


1 








45 


22 


10 


44 


4 


36 


154 


59 




■'" 1 


12 


22 








19 


212 


43 


45 



A-14J 



212 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Keligions of the People. 



No. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 

14 
15 
16 
17 



23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 



30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 



37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



101. Oxford, Nortli—Nord 



Blandford 

b. Easthope, North — Nord 

c. Easthope, South — Sud. . 

Embro, Village 

Nissouri, East — Est 

/. Woodstock, City— Cite.. 

Zorra, East — Est 

h. Zorra, West — Quest 



102. Oxford, South-Sud. 



a. Burford 

IngersiiU, Town— Ville . 
0. Norwich, North— Nord . 

d. Norwich, South— Sud... 

e. Norwich, Village 

/. Oakland . 

g- 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Komains. 



Oxford, East— Est 

.-Oxford, North — Nord 

, Oxford, West— Quest. . . . 

103. Peel , 



a. Brampton, Town — Ville. 

b. Chinguacousy 

c. Streetsville, Village 

d. Toronto , 

e. Toronto Gore 



104. Perth, North-Nord. 



EUice 

Elma 

Listowel, Town — Ville 

Logan 

Milverton, Village 

Mornington 

Stratford, City— Cite. . . 



ff- 

105. Perth, South-Sud.. 



a. Blanshard 

6. Downie 

FuUarton 

Hibbert 

e. Mitchell, Town— Ville. . 
/. St. Marys, Town— Ville. 
ff. Usborne 



106. Peterborough, E , . 

Ashbumham, Village. . , . 

Asphodel 

Belmont 

Burleigh & Anstruther . . 

Chandos 

/. Cardiff 

g. Cavendish 

Clyde, Eyre & Havelock 



Angli- 



1,030 

13 
98 

176 

1 

97 

545 
64 
36 

1,413 

82 
530 

97 
335 

24 

9 

122 

134 

80 

948 

66 
120 

26 
524 
212 

3,691 

840 

50 

28 

543 

7 

366 

1,857 

1,629 

41 
404 
1 
680 
123 
351 

29 

3,915 

539 
456 
94 
57 
138 
44 
18 



3,359 

260 
56 
51 
25 

417 
1,811 

601 

138 

2,927 

669 
799 
122 
229 
227 
34 
370 
244 
233 

2,486 

448 
520 
192 
1,065 
261 

3,873 

267 
501 
405 

208 

43 

277 

2,172 

2,049 

246 
364 
141 
207 
424 
458 
209 

3,522 

449 
125 
278 
199 
112 
85 
22 



Pres- 

by- 

tenans. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



7,676 

693 

743 

356 

383 

1,080 

1,896 

925 

1,600 

2,991 

399 
988 
164 
242 
204 
49 
313 
392 
240 

3,264 

602 
1,518 
143 
897 
104 

7,154 

280 

1,789 

724 

437 

127 

1,217 

2,580 

5,509 

730 
1,349 
707 
767 
392 
982 
582 

4,353 

253 
357 
330 
104 
124 
133 
23 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



6,284 

486 
184 
277 
61 
915 
3,005 
714 
642 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



2,114 

83 
54 
66 

"l98 

1,080 

543 

90 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



9,604 


3,284 


2,245 


471 


1,665 


480 


1,102 


552 


1,177 


516 


474 


240 


381 


156 


943 


250 


454 


149 


1,163 


470 


6,243 


563 


1,390 


179 


1,711 


281 


135 


10 


2,564 


91 


443 


2 


5,938 


853 


559 


27 


1,332 


159 


740 


164 


688 


19 


135 


11 


590 


14 


1,894 


459 


7,345 


398 


1,526 


14 


357 


61 


1,115 


97 


679 


13 


821 


15 


1,321 


188 


1,626 


10 


8,973 


795 


351 


34 


848 


9 


1,359 


39 


288 


33 


328 


20 


175 


46 


; 91 


•■ 



10 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



824 

29 
184 
214 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



533 

124 

54 

9 

" 7 

329 

10 

4 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



213 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


— 


— 


N' 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants, 


Au- 


Non 




Grec- 


the- 


alists. 










inee 




* 


ens. 




tres 


speci- 




que. 


riens. 












du 
Salut. 










sectes. 


fiees. 




.. 


2,388 


693 


45 


7 


3 


1 


73 


17 


10 




1 


784 


38 






45 




18 










-.. 4 


1 






59 


3 


1 




653 




14 








" 1 










307 


1 


2 




821 


'i25 






-• 














132 


4 


3 

4 




"' 1 


20 














" 5 






"I6 


4 


5 




45 


288 


" 8 


" 7 


" 3 


" 1 


"72 


" 12 


4 




" 1 


26 


19 


6 




773 


31 












1 








244 


5 


7 




50 


229 


" 5 




















2 


8 




27 


663 


14 


17 


19 




104 


387 


14 


5 




195 


99 






5 


478 


9 


1 


6 




3 


16 


6 


5 




72 


14 


9 




9 


4 


1 




10 




36 


2 




' 




19 


30 


10 




3 


32 






1 




12 


209 


" 1 






19 


31 


11 






1 


" 1 


" 6 






1 


85 


1 






49 


20 


12 




" 1 


11 
113 




" 3 


" 2 




11 


68 


5 






1 


1 


13 
14 




•• 


21 


1 


7 






" 4 

15 


6 


" 1 






"17 
11 


1 

2 


15 
16 




" 9 


■ 3 


" 2 




■ • 




22 


1 








7 




17 




1 


16 




31 


4 


1 


14 


6 




3 


9 


54 


44 








15 




4 
11 


•■ 




• 13 


•• 




3 


9 


14 

1 


5 
15 


18 
19 




" 1 






8 


" 4 














3 




20 






■ 1 




8 


•• 


" 1 


" 1 


5 
1 








27 
9 


"24 


21 
22 




3,796 


279 


60 


50 


4 


11 


116 




55 




7 


628 


98 






1,208 




1 








4 


__ 


36 






10 


11 


23 




197 


"l6 


15 








8 




3 




" 2 


13 


20 


24 




226 


89 


39 




" 4 




67 




9 






175 


14 


25 




1,105 












2 








" 5 


1 


16 


26 




203 
















. • - 






162 


3 


27 




434 












,, 










17 


2 


28 




423 


■i74 


" 5 


"50 




"ll 


35 




" 7 






250 


32 


29 




623 


2 




8 






6 


18 


75 




4 


139 


52 






3 






3 










6 






1 


5 


30 




213 












" 








" 3 


123 


21 


31 




218 






" 










" 2 






12 


2 


32 




21 












" 1 


" 18 


10 








4 


33 




143 


" 1 




" 4 






4 




6 




" 1 


" 3 


8 


34 




24 


1 




1 






1 




41 








12 


35 




1 
















10 










36 




1 


3 


123 

"82 
2 

■■?? 




7 


8 


19 
10 

" 1 


15 


75 

" 1 

1 


1 
" 1 


200 

" 6 
'192 


218 

8 

"17 

4 

61 

3 


62 

3 

9 
2 

1 
7 


37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 



214 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
2(5 
27 
28 



29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 



37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Douro 

Dummer 

Glamorgan 

Gruilford, Harburn & Bruton. 

Havelock, Village 

Harcourt, Dudley & Dysart.. 

Harvey 

Lakefield. Village 

Livingstone, .Lawrence & 

Nightingale 

Methuen 

Monmouth 

Norwood, Village 

Otonabee , 



107. Peterborough.'W— O. 

Ennismore 

b. Monaghan, North — Nord . . . 

Monaghan, South — Sud 

d. Peterborough, Town — Ville., 

Smith 



108. Prescott 

Alfred 

Caledonia 

Hawkesbury, East— Est. . . 
i Hawkesbury, West — Guest 
t Vanldeek Hill, Village .... 

Hawkesbury, Town— Ville • 

Longueuil 

L'Orignal, Village 

Plantagenet, North — Nord.. 
Plantagenet, South — Sud.... 

109. Prince Edward 



d. 



Ameliasburg 

Athol 

Hallowell 

Hillier 

Marysburg, North — Nord. 
Marysbnrg, South — Sud . . 

Picton, Town— Ville 

Sophiasburg 

Wellington, Village 



IIO. Renfrew, N. 



-Sud. 



Algona, South - 

Alice & Fraser 

Bromley 

Buchanan, Wylie & Rolph . 

Eganvillo (part), Village 

Pembroke 

Pembroke, Town — Ville ." . . 

Petewawa & McKay 

/ Ross 

\ Cobden, Village 

Stafford.. 

Westmeath 

Wilberforee & Algona, N . . . 



Koman 

Catholics, 



Catholi- 
ques 



Roms 



Angli- 



Pres- 

by- 
teiians. 



Pres- 

,by- 

teriens 



1,177 


187 


197 


110 


241 


369 




81 


48 


2 


99 


37 


123 


172 


195 


8 


326 


164 


119 


189 


405 


114 


293 


241 


6 




8 


46 


12 




20 


237 


43 


81 


120 


226 


763 


295 


1,096 


3,868 


3,064 


3,201 


796 


65 


4 


104 


195 


, 213 


17 


119 


335 


2,690 


2,413 


2,041 


261 


272 


608 


21,201 


1,125 


2,533 


3,189 


65 


46 


1,541 


195 


391 


3,553 


173 


482 


055 


133 


384 


804 


93 


461 


3,418 


256 


227 


841 


35 


48 


795 


50 


123 


3,580 


62 


192 


2,825 


63 


179 


954 


2,034 


1,047 


44 


237 


52 


70 


73 


15 


112 


314 


115 


64 


228 


105 


180 


218 


26 


77 


61 


22 


323 


700 


498 


32 


72 


202 


62 


125 


12 


7,258 


3,115 


4,745 


540 


19 


26 


334 


1.57 


291 


1,119 


161 


.519 


619 


110 


287 


44 


113 


144 


425 


95 


88 


2,246 


518 


823 


295 


67 


59 


260 


180 


791 


148 


168 


170 


280 


.S99 


170 


694 


567 


1,111 


254 


661 


266 



Metho- 
dists, 



Metho- 
distes. 



264 
1,067 
351 
190 
466 
220 
415 
479 

7 

117 

263 

443 

1,261 

6,151 

66 

367 

410 

2,955 

1,353 

1,505 

22 

60 
286 
141 
192 

39 
136 

49 
219 
361 

12,588 

2,133 

950 

2,327 

1,128 

776 

1,169 

2,027 

1,692 

387 

4,826 

40 
438 
200 

28 

38 
201 
994 

81 
910 
214 
192 
1,116 
374 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



28 

247 

2 

14 

17 

38 

45 

111 

1 
3 

18 
67 
23 

1,241 

5 

57 

47 

725 

407 

356 
5 

"ll4 

29 

109 

38 



297 

5 
8 

28 

9 

29 

46 

119 

' 25 
11 
13 



Eree 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



14 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



215 

















Sal- 
















Greek 


Lu- 
ther- 


Con- 










va- 
tion 






Pa- 




Vari- 
ous 


Unspe- 
cified. 




Church. 


ans. 








Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 






gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 








grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 










Mor- 















— 








vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 




— 


es- 


— 




N° 


Eglise 


Lh- 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 




mons. 


Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 


Non 




Greo- 


the- 


alists. 










niee 






ens. 




trea 


speci- 
fi^es. 




que. 


riens. 












du 










sectes. 


















Salut. 








































11 


7 


1 




" 1 


" 2 
'" 1 


" 2 
" 4 




" 7 


" 8 


" 1 
" 2 

" 5 


1 
" 13 

1 


"35 
"38 




" 2 


7 
9 

" 1 
19 

1 

"69 
8 


7 

3 

1 

1 
6 

7 
8 


2 
3 

4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13 




8 


14 
" 1 


14 
" 1 




5 


4 


164 
" 2 


6 






2 


235 
"16 


28 
2 


14 
15 
16 




" 8 


13 


13 




" 5 


" 3 
1 


'i56 
6 


6 






" 2 


'i86 
33 


"23 
3 


17 
18 




9 


10 

■ 6 
4 


46 

"l4 

2 
3 






31 




1 






147 


16 

" 8 


55 
"13 


19 
20 
21 
22 
23 




■ 9 




6 
" 5 
■'l6 






"31 




1 






'i20 

" 1 
"26 


2 

" 2 
4 


3 

3 



30 


24 
25 
26 
27 
28 




1 


D 
" 5 


78 
69 


234 

14 
11 


1 


2 


116 

1 
2 


498 

2 

19 








193 

3 

40 


33 

9 

1 


29 
30 








" 1 


124 
49 


" 1 


" 2 


36 
16 


281 
41 








107 
1 


3 


31 
32 




" 1 




" 2 
■ 6 


2 

"16 
17 

1 






4 

"56 
1 


1 
25 
59 
70 








3 

5 

19 

12 

5 


" 3 

"11 
6 


33 
34 
35 
36 
37 




3,667 


9 


8 










8 








5 


548 


70 




•• 


381 

884 

13 

86 

165 

48 

434 

565 

8 

2 

114 

22 

. 945 


1 

" 6 
■ 2 


■ 8 










" 8 


■ * 




, .... 


' 1 

" 2 

" 2 


68 

26 

1 

" 5 
"93 


" 6 

20 

" 5 


38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
40 


























21 




47 


























6 
50 


"20 


48 
49 


'■ 




















." 1 .. 278 


^9 


50 



216 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Koman 
Catholics 



Catholi- 

ques 
Komains. 



Angli- 



Pres- 
by- 

tenans. 



Pres- 

by- 

t^riens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distea. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 
ho- 
bors. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 



25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 



39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 



47 



111. Renfrew, South— Sud. 



Admaston 

Amprior, Town — Villa .... 

Bagot & Blithefield 

Brougham 

Brudenell & Lynedooh 

/. Eganville (part), Village 

g. Grattan , 

Griffith & Matawatohan 

Hagarty, Sherwood & Jones. 

;. Horton 

k. McNab 

I. Raglan & RadclifFe.. 

Renfrew, Town — Ville 

Richards & Burns 

Sebastopol 



112. Russell . 



Cambridge 

Casselman, Village 

Clarence 

Cumberland 

Gloucester 

New Edinburg (Ottawa, part) 

Osgoode 

Rockland, Village 

Russell 



113. Simooe, Bast— Est. 



Gravenhurst, Town — VUle . , 

Matchedash 

Medonte 

Medora & Wood 

Midland, Town— VUle 

Monck 

Muskoka 

Orillia 

Orillia, Town— Ville 

Oro 

Penetanguishene, Town-Ville 

Port Carling, Village 

Tay 

Tiny 



114. Slmcoe, North— Nord. 

a. Barrie (part). Town — Ville. . . 
6. CoUingwood, Town — VUle. . . . 
Creemore, Village 

d. Flos 

e. Nottawasaga 

/. Stayner, Town — Ville 

g. Sunnidale 

h. Vespra 



115. Simooe, South— Sud. 

a. Allandale(parto£ Barrie, Town) 



12,973 

1,284 

1,725 
768 
488 
869 
456 

1,272 
393 

2,526 
259 
761 
426 

1,327 

08 

351 

21,352 

3,093 
583 
5,283 
2,019 
4,223 
784 
l,i 
1,677 
2,425 

8,197 

266 

22 

530 

173 

614 

87 

18 

458 

724 

117 

1,437 

1 

1,496 

2,254 

2,863 

658 
530 
9 
721 
217 
145 
226 
357 

1,295 

83 



2,071 


6,631 


95 


660 


534 


988 


83 


497 


20 


48 


106 


52 


19 


50 


222 


220 


37 


231 


187 


153 


118 


720 


201 


1,943 


116 


67 


276 


962 


22 


32 


35 


8 


3,250 


5,362 


25 


195 


14 


70 


80 


282 


785 


856 


1,072 


1,365 


372 


448 


679 


1,386 


35 


118 


188 


642 


7,195 


8,992 


353 


612 


247 


43 


868 


1,010 


265 


310 


552 


728 


303 


187 


242 


i?59 


822 


1,013 


1,045 


1,490 


664 


1,409 


424 


280 


135 


51 


910 


1,033 


665 


567 


4,875 


7,914 


1,096 


91J 


1,091 


1,658 


204 


148 


721 


1,239 


704 


2,116 


205 


480 


329 


703 


525 


656 


4,425 


5,856 


227 


309 



2,419 

214 

465 

252 

19 

31 

20 

20 

33 

115 

349 

262 

208 

420 

2 

9 

2,576 

91 
15 

144 
338 
666 

82 
728 

12 
500 

10,741 

711 

180 

1,743 

217 

995 

329 

225 

1,066 

1,159 

1,201 

233 

116 

1,713 

853 

8,140 

1,517 

1,741 

263 

1,014 

1,585 

236 

823 

961 

7,093 

390 



1,721 

32 
279 

16 

26 

180 

1 

60 

"210 
97 

548 
24 

142 

"1O6 

1,444 

49 

17 

280 

96 

66 

59 

658 

155 

64 

1,255 

62 

1 

38 

64 

199 

31 

33 

268 

240 

183 

7 

10 

116 

3 

1,364 

257 

405 
22 
71 

274 
89 
64 

182 

277 
30 



22 



5 
10 



369 



21 

"10 

149 

35 

139 

15 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



217 

















Sal- 
















Greek 


Lu- 
ther- 


Con- 










va- 
tion 






Pa- 




Vari- 
ous 


Unspe- 
cified. 




Church. 


ana. 








Ad- 


Jews. Anny.l 






gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 








?rega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 










Mor- 












— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


— 


Non 
speci- 
fiees. 


N° 


Eglise 


Lu- 








iats. 


Juifs. 


A.r- 






Pay- 


tants, 


An- 




Greo- 
que. 


th^- 
riens. 


alists. 










mee 
du 






ens. 




tres 
jectea. 


















Salut. 
















.. 


1,301 


1 


33 






8 


8 


1 






15 


420 


74 






115 




15 








1 








10 


27 




1 




117 










, , 


4 










22 


"18 


2 




1 


" 1 








•• 














2 


3 
4 




'io2 






















"71 




5 




12 










" 8 














"" 2 


6 




284 














•• 








" 3 




7 
8 




"'52 




■'15 








" 1 








■■ 5 


56 


" 5 


9 




14 






' '. 




\\ 
















10 




94 




■ 1 








" 1 










"10 


"14 


11 




290 




■■ 2 








" 1 


1 








215 
8 


18 
14 


12 
13 




" 7 


























14 




213 






















8 


" 1 


15 




689 


28 


i{193 






38 


10 








20 


135 


69 
6 


16 




• • 

• 6 


"' 2 






















1 


17 




1 


" 3 


" 1 
67 
















" 5 


" 2 
18 


8 
15 


18 
19 




199 


16 


44 






"20 


■■ 9 








"13 


73 


12 


20 




483 


6 
1 


17 
64 






■■ 5 


1 








2 


.32 
10 


2 
23 


21 
22 
23 




" 1 










"13 














" 2 


24 




205 


389 


. 174 


30 


22 


26 


200 


8 


13 


1 


5 


709 


793 






72 


.. 


. 27 


4 


2 




20 










7 
6 


10 


25 
26 


*• 


■ • 


5 


"22 




" 1 




" 2 




" 3 






225 


" 4 


27 


• * 


"31 


3 




"' 6 


H 




9 


1 








10 


21 


28 




2 


1 


" 5 


4 




"11 


38 










22 


3 


29 




30 


1 




2 






16 










11 


11 


30 




2 








" 9 




35 










2 


13 


31 




s 


29 


" 2 


1 


1 


" 1 


17 










185 


687 


32 




5 


5 


22 


2 


1 




39 


1 


■■ 8 




"' 2 


146 


18 


33 






334 


31 






" 2 


6 


5 




" 1 




36 


2 


34 




"35 

1 
18 






•• 




•• 












1 


5 
9 


35 
36 


•• 


"11 


"60 
5 


" 4 

7 


■■ 2 


"12 


■'18 


■■ 1 


" 2 




■ 3 


■'35 
23 


6 
4 


37 
38 




26 


284 


79 


285 


2 


2C 


118 


16 


8 




9 


477 


109 






X 


227 


17 


16 


1 


19 


62 




1 






80 


28 


39 




13 
1 


5 


39 


130 




2 
5 


30 


3 






" 8 


33 


46 

2 


40 
41 




] 


2 


" 1 






"11 


2 




]. 




"90 


14 


42 




] 




13 


75 






( 


S 


" 7 


. • 




183 


6 


43 




10 






9 
53 


■ 1 




I 
1 










14 

2S 




44 
45 






"51 


" 8 


1 






4 


8 






" 1 


48 


13 


46 




2 


i 


27 


96 




6 


24 


40 


IS 


.. 




6E 


46 




•• 


•• 


1 




2] .. 






i 


.. 






IC 


] 


47 



218 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



17 

18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 



34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 



42 
43 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Koman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romaius. 



b. AUiston, Town— Ville. 

c. Beeton, Village 

d. Essa 

e. Inuisfil 

/. Mulmur 

g, Tecumseth 

h. Tossorontio 

i. Tottenham, Village 



116. Toronto, City, Centre 

a. Ward — Quartier 3 {part city).. 

117. Toronto, City, E 



a. Ward — Quartier 1 (part city) 

b. It n 2 ti . , 

II II 3 II 

118. Toronto, City,"W.— O 

a. Ward — Quartier 3 (part city). 

6. II IT 4 M . , 

II If 5 ti . . 

II 6 M . 



119. Victoria, N. 



Anson & Hindon 

Bexley 

Garden 

Dalton 

Digby & Longford 

Eldon 

Fenelon 

Fenelon Falls, Village 

Galway 

Laxton 

Lutterworth 

Minden 

Snowdon 

Somerville 

Sherbourne & McClintook. 

Stanhope . 

WoodviUe (part), Village. . 



120. Victoria, South— Sud 



a. Eobcaygeon, Village 

Emily 

Lindsay, Town — Ville 

J / Mariposa 

"• (.WoodviUe (part). Village.. 

e. Oraemee, Village.. ^ 

/. Ops 

Verulam 



121. "Waterloo, N... 

a. Berlin, Town — Ville. 

b. Elmira, Village 



234 

6 
81 
105 
160 
365 
91 
170 

4,701 

' 4,701 

7,954 

1,652 

6,223 

79 

11,044 

648 
5,320 
4,538 

538 

1,529 

2 

117 

371 

30 

97 

168 

52 

96 

330 

33 

38 

24 

47 

111 

9 

4 



3,508 

84 

946 

1,476 

23 

? 

20 

823 

132 

5,481 

2,035 
55 



Angli- 



Pres- 

by 

terians. 



Pres- 

by 

teriens. 



216 

118 
810 
891 
655 
960 
481 
64 

8,095 

8,095 

14,318 

3,322 

10,833 

163 

24,029 



12,974 
8,431 
1,791 

2,493 

67 
189 

26 

34 

26 
102 
262 
181 

91 
128 
135 
200 
288 
425 

67 
262 

10 

3,104 

309 

435 

1,424 

82 

2 

130 

321 

401 

912 

433 
24 



357 

197 

1,410 

1,317 

1,073 

633 

439 

121 

5,270 

5,270 

8,464 

1,565 

6,821 

78 

17,078 

513 
8,793 
6,322 
1,450 

4,973 

198 

123 

154 

240 

64 

1,855 

659 

245 

86 

70 

81 

409 

127 

341 

113 

46 

162 

3,392 

170 
173 
1,218 
878 
128 
76 
410 



1,975 

509 
120 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



422 

309 

1,077 

1,317 

1,304 

1,433 

617 

224 

6,040 

6,040 

9,938 

2,239 

7,658 

41 

19,152 

338 
8,752 
8,347 
1,715 

6,332 

33 
372 
244 
204 

23 
822 
1,329 
448 
182 
328 
156 
488 
342 
1,042 

75 
187 

57 

8,679 

336 

704 

2,418 

2,859 

82 

345 

913 

1,022 

2,467 

977 
220 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



12 

" 23 

162 

18 

7 

11 

14 

1,256 

1,256 

2,375 

548 

1,821 

6 

4,517 

81 

1,864 

2,137 

435 

511 
" 30 



17 

66 

86 

7 

17 

50 

42 

40 

150 

4 

1 



737 

14 

27 

311 



116 
203 



544 



421 

18 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



31 

1 

29 

1 

46 

1 
32 
13 



3,004 

412 
. 49 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



219 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Oon- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples . 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


— 


— 


N° 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants, 


Au- 


Non- 




Grec- 


the- 


alists. 










mee 






ens. 




tres 


speci- 




que. 


riens . 












du 

Salut. 










sectes. 


fiees. 




, 












6 




1 








5 


4 

1 


1 
2 






" 2 


" 8 


" 6 








2 




.-. 




" 2 


17 


3 




" 1 




]0 








"18 


9 








15 


]0 


4 






" 1 


9 


4 






6 


" 17 


'13 






5 
22 


5 
3 


5 
6 


•• 


'" 1 






"84 








9 








6 


2 
3 


7 
8 


6 


118 


715 


80 


66 


2 


1,610 


95 


29 


4 


3 


62 


379 


226 




6 


118 


715 


80 


66 


2 


1,610 


95 


29 


4 


3 


62 


379 


226 


9 




223 


885 


56 


62 


2 


295 


73 


87 


5 


6 


157 


479 


211 






16 


148 


22 


3 




5 


25 


14 








92 


11 


10 




205 


733 


28 


59 


" 2 


290 


48 


73 


" 5 


" 6 


i56 


381 


187 


11 




2 


4 


6 
















1 


6 


13 


12 


7 


492 


1,013 


233 


311 


52 


1,133 


252 


37 


146 


4 


127 


l,^67 


472 




7 


39 


18 


1 






536 


1 


4 


2 




16 


44 


69 


13 




215 


613 


110 


146 


" 5 


531 


100 


24 


66 




58 


851 


265 


14 




205 


338 


103 


143 


38 


61 


72 


7 


69 


" 4 


43 


600 


118 


15 




33 


44 


19 


22 


9 


5 


79 


2 


9 




10 


72 


20 


16 




8 


i 


57 




2 




131 


19 


51 




1 


76 


67 


17 










"47 








" 4 

"'34 
53 


4 
8 
1 


"41 
10 




" 1 


"15 

8 

17 

9 

1 

1 
2 


'"10 

2 

15 

"10 
11 
10 


18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 








4 






2 




"14 














26 


















1 














3 


27 






1 












2 
















28 




7 














4 












1 


29 






10 








"23 














3 


30 


















1 












2 


31 
32 


















1 












•■ 


33 




1 


46 


6 


1 


2 




128 
14 


62 






1 


223 
1 


63 
" 5 


34 
35 






" 6 
40 


4 




2 




95 


6 






" 1 


■■33 


9 


36 




" 1 


" 2 


■■ 1 








48 








187 


13 
2 


37 
38 














3 














39 
















7 


8 








" 2 


"10 


40 
















9 












24 


41 


10 


9,745 


7 


224 


5 




20 


9 


5 


4 




28 


2,619 


65 




10 


3,685 
501 


3 
1 


114 


1 

n 




10 


5 


1 


2 




28 


1,072 
64 


29 
6 


42 
43 



220 



CENSUS OP CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



13 

14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 



27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 



37 



40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 



0. 

d. 

e. Wellesley . 
/. Woolwich. 



122. "Waterloo, S . 



123. "Welland. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Waterioo 

Waterioo, Town — Ville . 



Ayr, Village 

Dumfries, North — Nord. 

Gait, Town— Ville 

Hespeler, Village 

New Hamburg, Village.. 

Preston, Village 

Waterloo, South — Sud.. 
Wilmot 



Bertie 

Bridgeburg, Village 

Chippawa, Village 

Crowland , 

Fort Erie, Village 

Humberstone 

Niagara Falls, Town — VUle . 

Niagara Falls, Village 

Port Colbome, Village 

Stamford 

Thorold 

Thorold, Town— Ville. 

Welland, Town— Ville.. .. 
Willoughby 



124. ■Wellington, Centre, 



Drayton, Village 

Elora, Village 

Fergus, Village 

Garafraxa, East — Est.. . 
Garafraxa, West — Quest . . . 

Maryborough 

Nichol 

Orangeville, Town — ^VUle. . 

Peel 

Pilkington 



125. "Wellington, N 

a. Amaranth 

6. Arthur 

c. Arthur, Village 

d. Clifford, Village 

e. Grand Valley, Village 

/. Harriston, Town— Ville . . . 

g. Luther, East^Est 

h. Luther, West— Quest 

i. Minto 

j Mount Forest, Town — Ville 

4. Palmerston, Town — Ville . . 

I. Wallace 







Pres- 




Roman 




by- 
terians. 


Metho- 
dists. 


Catholics. 




Angli- 








cans. 






CathoU- 




Pres- 


M^tho- 


ques 




by- 


distes. 


Remains. 




teriens. 




904 


41 


100 


103 


535 


219 


270 


392 


1,511 


171 


628 


536 


441 


24 


348 


239 


2,531 


1,979 


7,108 


■ 4,742 


17 


33 


567 


154 


20 


100 


1,397 


243 


534 


925 


3,626 


1,942 


262 


232 


526 


704 


,172 


96 


43 


129 


440 


285 


263 


415 


376 


93 


552 


820 


710 


215 


134 


335 


3,007 


5,927 


4,164 


7,381 


214 


385 


381 


1,043 


93 


510 


244 


408 


33 


198 


112 


59 


57 


146 


171 


354 


94 


401 


138 


189 


215 


249 


247 


549 


718 


1,178 


902 


1,089 


97 


413 


265 


507 


287 


458 


167 


157 


235 


566 


515 


669 


88 


407 


268 


933 


519 


551 


319 


523 


197 


390 


280 


727 


160 


75 


155 


174 


2,210 


2,124 


7,236 


7,012 


71 


37 


129 


454 


148 


202 


491 


319 


12C 


106 


757 


307 


15 


199 


838 


551 


200 


128 


1,174 


671 


133 


380 


1,050 


1,391 


231 


131 


954 


294 


77 


671 


721 


797 


809 


187 


739 


1,733 


406 


83 


883 


495 


2,325 


2,971 


8,111 


6,944 


9 


348 


1,128 


984 


988 


442 


769 


474 


450 


177 


309 


315 


2 


59 


201 


188 


4 


122 


269 


261 


13 


269 


759 


529 


7 


244 


735 


617 


378 


216 


765 


601 


183 


2,S8 


1,329 


990 


229 


236 


669 


706 


61 


338 


568 


634 


1 


282 


610 


745 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



5 
27 
34 
39 

1,106 

37 

85 

442 

132 

68 

43 

100 

199 

1,122 

41 

23 

3 

27 

12 

154 

287 

121 

111 

96 

142 

34 

68 

3 

247 



185 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



837 

21 

266 

2 

2 

2 

29 

37 

100 

68 

140 

142 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bora. 



1,054 

92 

657 

740 

2,505 



6 

26 

44 

28 

720 

1,591 

823 

261 
3 

"24 
4 

427 
2 
1 
11 
1 
7 

' 4 

78 

327 



1 

55 
1 

'248 
22 



62 



13 



49 



RECEN8EMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tablkau X. Population par religions. 



221 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


— 


— 


N" 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 


Non 




Greo- 


the- 


alists. 










mee 






ens. 




tres 


sp&i- 




que. 


riens. 












du 
Salut. 










sectes. 


fiees. 






696 


1 


37 












2 






455 


13 


1 




1,587 




12 






"10 




4 








383 


6 


2 




1,370 


2 


46 


















89 


7 


3 




1,906 


■• 


IS 


" 2 




•• 


" 4 






•• 


* 


556 


4 


4 




3,910 


15 


254 


44 






101 


7 


3 




35 


999 


131 






14 






3 




















5 




65 


" 5 


■ 1 


2 


, , 












"18 


'iis 


"22 


6 




96 


10 


38 


13 






67 


1 


" 1 


, , 


7 


135 


24 


7 




309 




1 


4 






27 


2 


2 




1 


233 


7 


8 




459 






3 








.. 








185 


7 


9 




766 






18 








4 








23 


23 


10 




669 




"133 


.. 






'" 1 


.. 






. , 


204 


28 


11 




1,532 


• ■ 


81 


1 






6 




■• 




9 


111 


20 


12 




1,476 


9 


87 


153 


18 


1 


24 


83 


117 




93 


1,385 


220 






225 


1 


2 


12 








25 


1 




'2 


479 


117 


13 




9 


1 




2 








.. 








•58 


5 


14 




24 






















31 




15 




41 




" 5 


"26 






, , 


9 


"26 




"14 


104 


" 6 


16 




5 












4 


1 








14 


28 


17 




969 


" 2 




"'ll 








4 


"53 






340 


12 


18 




22 


2 




2 




' 1 




2 


11 




" 5 


5 


18 


19 




15 




" 7 


21 
















3 


8 


20 




50 


" 3 


1 










, 








6 


2 


21 




1 






"14 






" 1 


1 


■ 6 






32 


3 


22 




26 




■■ 2 


18 


"17 




17 


21 


11 


, , 


" 3 


58 


7 


23 




3 




4 


3 


1 


,.. 


2 






. , 




18 


2 


24 




26 




33 


44 








" 14 


" 9 




" 2 


59 


10 


25 




60 




33 


.. 








6 






67 


178 


2 


26 




256 


434 


EO 


174 


10 


5 


65 


26 


122 


1 


19 


185 


67 






21 










1 


37 










39 


2 


27 




4 


" 6 




■ 3 












" 1 


" 2 


5 




28 




2 


40 
43 


"30 

5 


6 
146 


•• 






1 


"80 




" 4 


7 


"14 
9 


29 
30 




" 2 


314 




5 










37 




1 


"15 


4 


31 




71 






1 






" 9 


" 14 








66 


10 


32 




29 


"22 


"14 


















2 


7 


33 




1 


2 




"13 


■■ 3 


" 4 


" 7 








" 8 


11 


11 


34 




94 


7 










12 


3 


" 5 




3 


11 


8 


35 




32 




" 1 


■• 


" 7 






8 






1 


29 


2 


36 




803 


93 


51 


265 


1 


16 


72 


4 


191 






869 


186 








6 




68 




11 


2 




32 






185 


4 


37 










6 


1 
2 


. .• 






2 


8 
23 






4 

1 


3 
4 


38 
39 






'i24 


" 3 


"17 


3 
















8 


1 


40 








4 


1 


64 




" 1 






"14 






1 


8 


41 






■■l4 


6 


1 


5 
81 


•• 






1 


■33 






10 
42 


1 
2 


42 
43 






" 8 


" 3 


" ] 


22 






" 7 




67 






30 


16 


44 






• 111 


25 


14 


n 


■■ 1 




18 




12 .. 




108 


20 


45 






4 




9 


1 










2 






8 


15 


46 






41 




2 


7 




■■ 4 


"24 


1 








9 


19 


47 






501 


"46 






•• 




21 




•• 


•• 




463 


93 


48 



222 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



9 
10 

11 



12 
13 

14 
15 
16 
17 

18 

19 Ift. 

20 \i. 

21 \j. 

22 \k. 

23 I. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



126. Wellington, S. 



Eramosa 

Erin 

Erin, Village 

Guelph 

Guelph, City— Cite. 
Puslmch 



127. WentworthA; Brant, 
North.— Nord 



a. Ancaster 

6. Beverley 

c. Blenheim 

d!. Brantford, East— Est. . 

e. Dumfries, South— Sud. 



128. Wentworth, S. 



24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 



Barton 

Binbrook 

Caistor : 

Dundas, Town — Ville 

Flamborough, Eaat^-Est. . . 
Flamborciugh, West— Quest . 

Glanford . . .' 

Grimsby, North — Nord 

Grimsby, South— Sud 

Grimsby, Village 

Saltfleet 

Waterdown, Village 



Koman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Komains. 



129. York, East— Est. 



East Toronto, Village 

Markham 

Markham, Village 

North Toronto(pt),Town— V. 

Scarboro 

Ward 1 (part Toronto City). 

do 2 do 

do 3 do 

do 4 do 
York (part) 



130. York, North-Nord. . 

34 a. Aurora, Town — Ville 

35 6. Bradford, Village 

36 c. Georgina & Georgina Island . 

37 d. GwUlimbury, East— Est 

38 e. Gwillimbury, North & Snake 
Island 

39 I/. Gwillimbury, West— Quest 

40 g. Holland Landing, Village. 

41 h. King 

42 i. Sutton, Village 



Angli- 



3,699 

292 

67 

7 

528 

2,342 

463 



763 

195 
182 

71 
223 

92 



1,964 

316 

46 

27 

675 

200 

320 

31 

43 

63 

51 

114 

78 



2,833 

117 
170 
32 
74 
203 
989 
136 
677 
105 
330 



1,226 

44 

42 

279 

155 

34 
138 

20 
448 

66 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

,by- 

teriens. 



2,898 

183 
243 
57 
310 
1,979 
126 



1,642 

508 
130 
362 
511 
131 



4,096 

825 
119 
48 
676 
375 
386 
227 
312 
112 
286 
618 
112 



11,546 

508 

553 

163 

455 

727 

3,494 

1,084 

2,244 

531 

1,787 



3,210 

359 
277 
176 
365 

166 
595 
172 
896 
204 



7,694 

922 

1,381 

207 

899 

2,806 

1,479 



5,113 

954 
1,365 
1,392 

378 
1,024 



4,538 

708 
379 
139 
725 
384 
711 
184 
308 
333 
167 
366 
134 



8,465 

387 

935 

203 

161 

1,625 

2,108 

572 

1,< 

434 

952 



4,131 

168 
275 
356 
658 

323 
761 
42 
1,411 
147 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



5,825 

. 819 
784 
124 
536 

2,863 
699 



7,489 

1,841 
1,664 
1,586 
1,418 



11,479 

1,349 

713 

1,409 

744 

1,406 

1,241 

1,042 

441 

612 

309 

1,953 

260 



11,503 

385 
2,226 

495 

367 
1,121 
2,470 

855 
1,809 

420 
1,355 



7,814 

766 

370 

883 

1,573 

923 

808 

168 

2,112 

■■211 



Baptists. 



Bap- 



1,033 

8 

239 

29 

69 

640 

48 



2,287 

335 
253 
514 
576 
609 



1,446 

161 
117 
118 
254 
138 
134 

85 
142 

40 
162 



2,794 

124 

232 

16 

61 

47 

706 

327 

723 

150 

408 



465 

157 

" 15 
30 

6 

21 

3 

231 

2 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



85 
1 

" 1 
34 
49 

205 

1 

'199 

" 5 

10 
10 



806 
'716 



3 
114 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



223 

















Sal- 
















Greek 


Lu- 
ther- 


Con- 










va- 
tion 






Pa- 




Vari- 
ous 


Unspe- 
cified, 




Church. 


ans. 








Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 






gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 






" 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 








Mor- 












— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


— 


Non 
speoi- 
fiees. 


N° 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


;Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 




Greo- 
que. 


th^- 
riens. 


alists. 










mee 
du 






ens. 




tres 
sectes. 


















Salut. 
















4 


115 


520 


94 


1,198 


8 


13 


86 


25 


53 




15 


243 


159 






2 


163 


14 


261 


2 




2 


19 








8 


9 


1 


•■ 




85 




667 
86 








2 


"53 




"14 


12 

1 


40 


2 
3 


1 


"■ 7 


'"21 




16 






" 5 


4 








23 


■■ 3 


4 


3 


53 


243 


"49 


156 


" 6 


"13 


77 








" 1 


159 


72 


5 




53 


8 


31 


12 






2 


•• 








40 


35 


6 


, , 


166 


118 


117 


2 


8 




14 


5 


18 


3 




690 


76 






2 


6 
















3 




16 


2 


7 




4 


1 


"67 


" 2 


" 8 




^ .\ 


1 






, , 


300 


22 


8 




128 


12 


17 








9 


3 


"I8 


, . 




343 


24 


9 




18 


61 


25 








3 


1 








27 


13 


10 


•• 


14 


38 


8 


•• 






2 






•• 




4 


15 


11 




87 


28 


27 


181 


6 


25 


16 


9 


8 


2 


68 


324 


118 






37 


12 


8 


10 


6 


4 


2 


8 


3 


1 


42 


79 


39 


12 




2 




7 


















8 


12 


13 










7 
















\ 


25 


10 


14 




"2 


" 2 


"11 








"21 


"13 
1 


1 








44 
3 


6 
14 


15 
16 




■"2 






2 














" 1 




27 
11 


1 
2 


17 
18 




6 


2 




22 
















" 1 


11 


24 


19 




28 




' 1 


98 
















24 


65 


3 


20 




1 


" 8 




4 


















9 


4 


21 


•• 


9 


4 




38 












' 5 




•• 


37 
5 


2 

1 


22 
23 


1 


217 


773 


149 


75 


8 


38 


135 


80 


9 




24 


765 


184 






2 


6 


2 


10 








2 






3 


10 


8 


24 




143 


7 
2 




29 






" 7 


15 








323 

27 


22 
20 


25 
26 




] 


J 




" 1 


" 3 




"14 


2 






" 5 


20 


5 


27 






2 


2 


8 






4 


1 








25 


19 


28 




"17 
8 


313 

47 


80 

15 


9 
2 


" 5 


"16 

5 


67 

1 


34 
9 


C 




" 9 

1 


88 
56 


48 
12 


29 
30 


1 


«4 
4 

17 


279 
95 
14 


36 

4 

10 


4 
3 
9 


■• 


6 
"11 


25 
"17 


13 

4 


" 6 




6 


100 
27 
89 


22 

2 

26 


31 
32 
33 




5 


7 


7 


78 
54 


3 


4 


57 
21 


184 
16 






162 

"u 

2 


1,212 

8 

8 

81 


99 

7 
1 

4 


34 
35 
36 




" 4 


2 




■■ 2 
4 


3 


" 4 


"11 


" 75 






60 
11 


503 
339 


49 
4 


37 

38 






■ • 










10 








6 


3 


39 


•• 




" 4 

1 






■■ 




"15 










14 




40 


•• 


" 1 


■■ 7 


"18 


•• 




10 


" 83 






"78 


245 
8 


"30 

1 


41 
42 



224 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



13 
14 
35 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



32 
33 
34 
.35 
36 
37 
.■38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 



44 
45 
46 
47 
48 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



V. 



131. York, West -Quest.. 



a. Etobicoke 

6. North Toronto (pt), Town 

c. Richmond Hill, Village 

d. Ward 3 (part Toronto City).. 

e. do 4 do 
/. - do 5 do 
g. do 6 do 

h. Toronto June, Town — Ville. 

i. Vaughan 

j. Weston, VillaM 

4. Woodbridge, Village 

I. York (part) 



Prince EdTrard Island 



132. Kings 



Georgetown, Town & Royalty 
Township 38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

59 

66 



133. Prince, Bast— Est .... 



a. Summerside . 
6. Township 15. 
17. 



18 

19.. 

25. 

26.. 

27. 

28. 

29. 

30 

67 



134. Prince, West— Quest 



a. Township 1. 
.6. „ 2. 

a. [I 3. 

I. 4. 

5. 



Roman 
Catholics 



Catholi- 

ques 
Remains. 



d. 



5,454 

519 

31 

43 

1 

180 

254 

2,953 

433 

297 

122 

9 

612 

45,796 

11,648 

604 
546 
790 
709 
247 
553 
346 
1,245 
1,588 
872 
594 
568 
232 
812 
475 
611 
398 
207 
251 

8,041 

1,074 
2,386 
918 
375 
477 
191 
533 
688 
179 
507 
500 
213 

11,373 

2,670 
1,988 

806 
1,081 

753 



Angli- 



14,605 

1,414 

206 

84 

40 

1,389 

1,573 

5,609 

1,628 

446 

23; 

149 

1,830 

5,976 

391 

122 

23 

6 

38 



4 

89 

1 

1 

5 

7 

34 

1 

8 

2 

50 



1,339 

304 

7 

237 

177 

219 

12 

29 

15 

22 

229 

18 

70 

1,371 

3 

65 

149 

183 

44 



Prea- 

by- 
terians. 



Pres- 

t>y- 

tenens. 



11,292 

591 

100 

164 

51 

1,024 

531 

5,019 

1,173 

1,279 

228 

102 

1,030 

30,750 

5,254 

303 
225 
210 
597 
222 
4 
280 
50 
150 

' 22 
260 
368 
503 
225 
415 
415 
946 
59 

5,979 

775 
21 
178 
916 
543 
402 
207 
257 
517 
467 
651 
1,045 

4,129 

133 

57 

247 

• 862 

315 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



16,766 

1,477 

279 

322 

21 

735 

1,275 

5,563 

2,156 

2,010 

458 

304 

2,166 

13,402 

926 

43 
45 
20 
92 
10 

" 12 

3 

123 



55 

114 

29 

92l 

63 

8 

211 

6 

3,216 

464 
101 
123 

97 
335 
207 
341 
270 
620 
457 

94 
107 

2,251 

9 

22 

192 

176 

118 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



2,792 

203 

40 

4 

10 

212 

509 

1,113 

380 

47 

18 

1 

255 



1,058 
47 

" 10 

71 
23 

" 11 

" 40 

118 

258 

61 

92 

9 

31 

93 

72 

110 

12 

1,239 

191 
1 

118 
34 
79 

133 
83 
51 

277 

117 
94 
61 

894 

7 
18 
28 
46 
33 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



Douk- 
ho- 
bors. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



225 



Greek 


Lu- 
ther- 


Con- 










Sal- 
va- 
tion 






Pa- 




Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 


Unspe- 
cified. 




Church. 


ans. 








Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 






gans. 


Prot- 








grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 










Mor- 












— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


Au- 

tres 
sectes. 


Non 
speoi- 
fi^es. 


N° 


Eglise 
■ Grec- 


Lu- 
th^- 


alists. 






ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 
mee 






Pay- 

ens. 


tants. 




que. 


riens . 












du 
Salut. 














V 


.. 


162 


484 


382 


424 


31 


26 


153 


16 


70 




112 


706 


245 






15 


41 


10 
2 

1 


2 


1 


2 
6 


1 


1 


58 




4 


36 

6 

10 


35 
5 

1 


1 

2 
3 

4 




'" 4 


"52 


"l6 


" 4 




" 7 


" 1 


7 






"so 


"18 


"14 


5 




5 


39 


17 








32 










88 


15 


6 




77 


220 


145 


"63 


"l9 


"ll 


79 


5 


" 9 


,', 


"19 


320 


71 


7 




43 


13 

24 


26 
134 


S7 
243 


11 




17 


2 


" 1 




8 


67 
75 


47 

16 


8 
9 




"" 1 




13 








" 1 






'.'. 






5 


LO 




7 


"26 




" 3 
















" 2 




11 




10 


69 


"l8 


22 






"22 


1 


" 2 




" 1 


84 


"36 


12 




8 


3 




810 


10 


17 


116 


1 






21 


412 


32 






2 






366 




2 










8 


160 


11 






1 






1 


















2 


13 










'.'. 














" 6 






" 2 


14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 














1 
















" 4 


21 










'26 














" 1 








22 










113 






















23 










48 
















"10 




24 




' 1 




:-: 


91 

8 

"79 

58 

5 


7 


" 1 

4 

4 


33 
32 








" 1 

2 
1 


149 

' 1 

68 
24 


" 1 
" 2 

7 
1 


25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 

32 
33 
34 










4 


" 3 




" 1 








" 1 


" 6 












11 


4 










.. 




"30 
" 8 


1 
4 


35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 










" 9 


















3 


41 

42 










"29 














.. 






43 




1 


1 




3 


3 




8 

" 1 
" 5 


1 






2 
" 1 


35 

" 8 
17 


3 
1 


44 
45 
46 

47 






.. 1 :: 






















48 



A— 15 



226 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



9 
10 



11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
2i 
25 
26 



f. Township 6. 

7.. 

8. 

9.. 
10.. 
11. 
12,. 
13.. 
14., 
16.. 



135. Queens, Bast— Est. 



a. Township 24 . 

b. „ 33 

c. „ 34. 

d. „ 35. . 

e. „ 36. 
/. M 37. 
g. „ 48. 
h. „ 49. 
i ., 50. 
j. .1 57. 
k. 
I. 



58. 
60. 
62. 
61. 
63 
64. 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Roniains. 



35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
Al 
42 
-43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 



136. Queens, "West— O.. . 

a. Charlotteto wn, City & Royalty 

b. Township 20 

21 

22 

23 

31 

32 

65 



Ctuebec 

137. Argenteuil 



a. Arundel 

b. Carillon, Village 

Chatham 

d. Gore 

GrenviUe 

/. Grenville, Village 

Harrington & Montcalm . 

Howard 

Laohute, Town— Ville . . . 
]. Mille lies 

Morin 

I. St, Andrews 

St. Jerusalem 

Wentworth 



555 
324 
200 
244 
101 
302 
248 
171 
1,275 
655 

7,414 

1,431 

62 

200 

823 

1,149 

793 

369 

559 

475 

424 

224 

67 

1 

649 

151 

37 



7,320 

4,995 
170 
150 
603 
700 
268 
51 
383 



1,429,260 

8,120 

757 
215 

1,646 
6 

1,144 
278 
279 
534 

1,094 
36 
218 
982 
193 
7381 



Angli- 



142 

5 

17 

21 

10 

170 

156 

237 

83 

86 

547 

188 

101 

18 

19 



21 

14 

132 

7 



Pres- 

by- 

tenans. 



Pres- 
by- 

teriens. 



2,328 

1,442 

315 

217 

17 

33 

34 

251 

19 



81,563 

2,047 

157 
2 
154 
283 
380 
106 
148 

14 
126 
226 

70 
134 

54 
193 



307 
111 
355 
440 

80 
143 
206 
584 

90 
199 

8,793 

442 
435 
440 
137 
23 
330 
347 
219 
411 

1,210 
685 
763 
833 
452 

1,249 
817 



6,595 

2,469 
560 
878 
422 
520 
519 
221 

1,006 



58,013 
3,496 

100 

13 
686 

10 
497 

76 

507 

3 

456 

152 

53 
323 
552 

68 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



365 
271 

34 
179 

36 
263 
140 

39 
199 

3,153 

182 
430 
435 
113 
1 

61 
274 
448 
260 

47 
1 



190 

76 



3,856 

2,399 
147 
223 

92 
253 
412 
313 

17 



42,014 

1,494 

174 

3 

335 

134 

221 

■ 22 

61 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



109 
154 
51 
40 
118 
20 
44 
89 

"l37 

1,283 

70 
84 
57 
31 

" 11 
143 

158 
53 
90 



28 

97 

86 

337 



1,424 

587 

38 

50 

57 

75 

195 

223 

199 



8,393 

844 

9 

"461 

"l42 
13 

58 



Free 



194 


108 


25 




117 




27 


19 


163 


2 


181 


32 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



87 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



50 



RECENSEMBNT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



227 



Greek 
Church 



Eglise 
Greo- 
que. 



215 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 

the- 
riens. 



1,642 



Con 

grega- 

tion- 

alists. 



Breth 



Dis- 
ciples, 



5,173 
66 



587 

96 

41 

"34 

' 1 
'15 



55 
' 1 



A-15| 



199 



81 



184 

40 

" 5 

34 

105 



17 



Ad- 
vent- 
ists. 



3,079 
15 



10 



Jews. 



Juifs. 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army 



Ar- 
m^e 
du 

Salut, 



292 
2 



Friends. 



Mor- 
mons, 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 
ens. 



Prot- 



tants. 



5,211 
12 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects., 



Au- 

tres 

sectes. 



134 

62 
1 
9 

"55 
6 



3,611 
211 

85 

' 1 

14 
18 

"32 

"17 
12 
21 

"11 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 
sp^ci- 
fiees. 



2,126 



228 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



9 
10 
H 
12 
13 
14 



15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 

33 

34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 

45 



138. Bagot. 



-Ville . 



Acton, Town 

St. Andre 

Ste. Cliristine 

St. Dominique 

St. Ephrem d 'Upton 

St. Ephrem d'Upton, Villaep 

Ste. m^ne 

St. Hughes 

St. Liboire 

St. Marcel 

St. Nazaire (part) . . , 

Ste. Rosalie 

St. Simon 

St. Theodore d 'Acton, 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Remains. 



Angli- 



139. Beauce . 



46 
47 
48 
49 
60 
51 



Adstock 

Agnes, Village 

Ditchfield &, Spaulding. . . 

Saints Anges 

St. Benolt-Labre 

St. Cflme de Kennebec . . . 

St. Elzear 

St. Ephrem de Tring. . , . 
St. Ephrem, Village . . . 
St. Evariste de Eorsyth. . 

St Francois 

St. Fred&ic 

St. Frederic, Village. . . . 

St. George 

St. Honore 

St. Joseph 

St. Joseph, Village 

! d. St. Ludger, Gayhurst 

Kisborough 

Ste. Marie 

St. Martin .^ ; ., 

St. Maxim e de Scott 

St. Pierre de Broughton. . . 
St. Samuel de Gayhurst. . . 
St. Sebastien d'Aylraer . . . 

St. Severin 

St. Theophile 

St. Victor di; Tring 

St. Vital de Lambton 

Sacre-Cceur de Jesus .... 
Shenley, Jersey, Dorset 

Marlow 

Woburn & Louise : . 



140. Beauharnois. 



d. 



Beauharnois, Town — Ville. 

Ste. C<5cile 

St. Clement 

St. Etienne 

St. Louis de Gonzagne . , . 
St. Stanislas de Kobtka. . . 



16,133 

1,121 

810 

603 

1,552 

1,034 

665 

1,263 

1,799 

1,739 

942 

708 

1,115 

1,385 

1,407 

42,6,S1 



141 

861 

964 

1,005 

1,288 

1,235 

2,444 

380 

2,027 

4,522 

1,016 

793 

3,169 

1,844 

2,180 

1,117 

377 

2,539 

9.59 

756 

853 

1,366 

1,204 

706 

437 

2,467 

2,075 

1,932 

544 
352 

19,981 

1,808 
1,311 
1,515 
809 
1,719 
1,056 



Pres- 

by- 

tenans. 



Pres- 

by- 

tenens. 



13 
229 



84 



13 



498 
81 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



289 



46 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



76 



977 

61 
49 
34 
64 
303 
3 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



164 
13 



47 



Douk- 

ho- 
bors. 



REOENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



229 



Greek 
Church. 



Eglise 
Greo- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 
the- 
riens. 



Con- 

grega- 

tion- 

alists. 



Breth- 
ren. 



12 



Dis- 
ciples. 



12 



12 



Ad- 
vent- 
ists. 



Jews. 



Juifs. 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 

mee 

du 

Salut. 



Friends. 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 
ens. 



Prot- 



tants. 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 



Au- 

tres 
sectes. 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non- 
sp^oi- 



230 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



42 
43 
44 
45 
46 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



St. Timoth^e 

Salaberry de Valleyfield, 
Town— Ville 



141. Bellechasse . 



Notre-Dame de Buckland. . . 

St. Cajetan d'Armagh 

St. Charles 

St. Damien 

St. Etienne de Beaumont 

St. Gervais 

St. Lazare 

St. Magloire (Rioux, Belle- 
chasse & Daaquam) 

St. Michel 

St. Neree 

Ste. Pbilom^ne de Mailloux. . . 

St. Raphael 

St. Valier. 



142. Berthier. 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Remains. 



-Ville . 



Berthier 

Berthier, Tovra 

Lanoraie 

d. St. Barthelemy 

St. Cuthbert 

/. St. Damien 

g. St. Gabriel de Brandori. 

h. St. Gabriel de Brandon, Village 

i. St. Ignace 

i. St. Michel des Saints (Brassard) 

k^fit. Norbert 

L St. Zenon 

m. Visitation (He Dupas) 

143. Bonaventure . 



Carleton 

Hamilton 

Hope 

Mann & Ind. Reserve . 

Maria 

Matapedia 

New Carlisle 

New Richmond 

Nouvelle & Shoolbred . 

Paspebiac 

Port Daniel 

Restigouohe 

St. Charles de CajJan . 



144. Brome . 



Bolton, East— Est 

Bolton, West — Quest. 

Brome 

Brome, Village 

Eastman, Village 



1,794 
9,969 

18,705 

1,069 
1,741 
2,084 
1,174 
716 
1,936 
1,287 

1,367 
1,722 
1,183 
968 
2,066 
1,392 

18,874 

1,863 

1,303 

1,705 

2,562 

3,055 

1,192 

2,126 

1,186 

935 

700 

1,292 

507 

448 

19,062 

1,053 
2,574 
1,520 

783 
2,292 
1,633 

181 
1,136 
2,012 
1,564 
1,977 

466 
1,871 

4,724 

711 
S9 

663 
99 

420 



Angli- 



404 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



2,105 

6 
205 
623 

31 
3 

11 
630 

24 

31 
125 
402 



3,884 

271 
244 
781 
191 

ml 



458 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



13 



2,787 

2 

83 

250 

64 

158 
81 
207 
960 
320 
69 
124 
366 
103 

105 

3 

1 

18 

1 



148 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



36 



129 



34 
1 
2 

74 
1 

9 
2 

3,202 

485 
346 
507 
217 

75 



126 



40 



72 
] 

364 

9 
10 
23 

1 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



231 



Greek 
Church. 



Bglise 
G&eo- 
que. 



Lu- 

ther- 



Lu- 

thi- 
rienB. 



Oon- 
grega- 

tion- 
alists . 



Breth 
ren. 



12 



Dis- 
ciples 



239 



Ad- 

vent- 
ists. 



Jews. 



Juifs. 



12 



725 



61 

169 

7 

20 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 

du 

Salut 



Friends. 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 



16 



22 



Prot- 



tants. 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 



Au- 

tres 

sectes. 



iXJnspe- 
cified. 



Non 
speei- 

fiees. 



53 



197 



17 



IS 



86 

1 
6 
26 
6 
2 



N° 



15 



3 

4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

y 

10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 



1 


40 




41 


16 






42 


1 


43 




44 


2 


45 




46 



232 



CENSUS OP CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



Angli- 
cans. 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 


Metho- 
dists. 


Pres- 

,by- 

tenens. 


M6tho- 
distes. 


60 
12 


188 
147 
647 


10 


"417 
173 


291 


317 


" 22 
53 
46 


" 18 

145 

9 




1 


"l67 
2 




'l41 
3 


1 






84 




30 


■■ 23 
33 




4 
' 21 


5 

1 






3 






6 






1 






" 10 






2 




5 


30 




• 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 



39 
40 
41 

42 
43 
44 

45 
46 
47 
48 



49 
50 
51 



/. Farnham, Bast— Eat . 
g. Knowlton, Village . . . 

h. Potton 

i. St. Alphonse 

j. Sutton I 

4. Sutton, Village 



145. Ohambly 
oheres . 



& Ver- 



Bouoherville 

Boucherville, Village. . . . 

Chambly 

Chambly Basin, Village . . 
Chambly Canton, Village . 

Longueuil 

liongueuil, Town — Ville . . 

St. Bazile le Grand 

St. Bruno 

St. Hubert 

St. Lambert 

Beloeil. 

Contrecoeur 

St. Antoine 

Ste. Julie 

St. Marc 

Ste. Th&dosie 

Varennes 

Varennea, Village 

Verch^res 



146. Champlain. 



27 a. 

28 h. 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



Cap de la Hagdeleine 

Permont, Village 

Grand'M^re, village 

La Visitation 

Notre-Dame du Mont-Carmel, 

St. Adelphe 

Ste. Anne de la Parade 

Ste. Flore 

St.Francjois-Xavier deBatiscan 

Ste. Genevieve 

St. Jacques des PUes. . . 

St. Jean des Piles 

St. Luc. 

St. Maurice 

St. Narcisse 

St. Prosper 

St. S^verin 

St. Stanislas 

Ste. ThMe 

St. Thfephile 

St. Tite 

Unorg. ter— Tor. non-org. .. 



147. Charlevoix. 



Bale St. Paul 

6. Bale St. Paul, Village. 
He aux Coudres 



1,014 
207 
479 
82 
657 
303 



22,834 

975 

940 

911 

828 

808 

1,091 

2,602 

690 

871 

963 

629 

1,649 

1,611 

1,485 

1,354 

967 

532 

1,464 

775 

1,689 

34,829 

1,453 

404 

2,327 

V- 

1,722 

750 

2,550 

3,138 

1,156 

1,813 

610 

554 

660 

2,199 

2,015 

1,334 

1,183 

2,293 

1,658 

1,304 

3,314 

853 

19, .302 

2,519 
1,407 
1,055 



283 
355 
509 

"974 
165 



780 



87 
169 



390 



45 

2 

219 

' 48 
5 



16 



10 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



233 



Greek 
Church. 



Eglise 
Gree- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 

th^- 
riens. 



Con- 
grega- 

tion- 
aliets. 



Breth- 
ren. 



175 

16 

6 

" 8 



11 



10 



Dis- 
ciples. 



Ad- 
vent- 
ists. 



Jews. 



Juifs. 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 
m^e 
du 

Salut. 



12 

281 

45 



23 



12 



11 



Friends. 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay. 
enn. 



Vari- 
ous 
Prot- Sects, 



tants. 



97 



79 



Au- 
tres 



7 

'lO 

1 

' 1 



20 



12 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 
speoi- 
fi^es. 



13 



234 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Roman 

Catholics, 



Catholi- 

ques 
Remains. 



Angli- 
cans. 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 



23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 

44 
45 

46 
47 
48 
49 



d. Les Eboulements 

e. Malbaie 

/. Malbaie, Village 

g. Petite Riviere St. Franyois. . . 
h. Pointe au Pic, Village . . 

Ste. Agn^s 

]. St. Fiddle 

k, St. Hilarion 

/. St. Irenee 

m. St. Simeon 

St. Urbain 

148. Ohateauguay 

Ormstown, Village 

6. St. Antoine Abbe 

Ste. Glothilde 

d. St. Jean-Ghrysost5me 

e. St. Joachim 

/. St. Malachie d'Ormstowu 

g. Ste. Martine 

h. Ste. Philomtoe 

i. St. TJrbain Premier 

j. Sault St. Louis 

k. Tr4s-St.-Saorement. . .. 

149. Ohicoutimi & Sague 
nay 



Albanel ; 

Bagotviile. 

Bagotville, Village 

d. <b w. Bourget & St. Charles. . . 
/. Chicoutimi 

Chicoutimi, Town — Ville 

Delisle (Sacre-Coeur) 

Dufferin 

Grande Bale, St. Alexis, 
Otis, Hebert, Ferland & 
Simon 

Hebertville 

H^bertville, Village 

Ind. Reserve Ouiatchouan . . . 

Kenogami & St. Cyriao 

Normandin & Girard 

r. <fep. N.-D. deLaterri^re& Tp . . 

s, <fc e. Roberval & Charlevoix 

t. Roberval, Village 

Ste. Anne, Village 

St. Bruno. 

St. Dominique 

y. * i. St. F^licien, Ashuapmu' 
ohuan & Demeules 

St. Fran9ois de Sales 

St. Fulgence, St. Germain, 
Champigny & Labrosse . . . . 

St. Gedeon 

St. Jean 

d'-. St. Jer6me 

St. .Jerdme, Village 



6V 



2,369 

2,672 

826 

855 

537 

1,588 

1,150 

1,035 

1,059 

1,009 

1,221 



12,518 

415 

502 

737 

1,927 

1,403 

844 

1,527 

1,073 

1,173 

2,075 

842 



47,303 

.S35 
652 
507 
634 
1,955 
3,768 
880 
202 



1.628 

2,023 

537 

476 

642 

930 

894 

1,344 

1,242 

508 

1,025 

1,630 

1,386 
630 

981 
1,154 

726 
1,578 

498 



355 

94 

7 

27 

38 

5 

148 

1 

3 

2 

30 



562 



152 



30 



2,467 

260 

16 

8' 

234 

129 

660 

89 

6 

46 

940 



163 



240 

57 

8 
"l05 

' 32 
38 

16 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



235 



Greek 
Church. 



Eglise 
Greo- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 

th^- 
liens. 



Con- 
grega- 
tion- 
alists. 



44 



Breth- 
ren. 



Dis- 
ciples. 



25 



25 



Ad- 

vent- 

ints. 



.Jews. 



Juifs. 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 

mee 

du 

Salut. 



Friends. 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 



Pay- 
ens. 



Prot- 



tants. 



132 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 



Au- 
tres 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 
speci- 
fiees. 



67 
13 



30 
10 



14 
2 



16 



236 



CENSUS OP CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
3S 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 



Districts & S.-Distriots. 



f^ 



St. Joseph d'Alma 

<fc 65. St. Louis de Metabet 
ohouan & St. Hilaire 

St. Methods 

St. Michel de Mistassini 
Dolbeau, Kacine & Dalmas 

St. Prime 

St. Thomas d'Aquin 

Simard 

Tach^ 

Taillon 

Tremblay &; Falardeau 

Albert (Sacre-Coeur) 

, BergeronnHs 

Bersimis 

Bonne-Esperanoe 

cfc e^. Saguenay & Dumas^ . . . 
, Escoumains 

Iberville 

. He d'Antioosti 

, Manikua^an 

, Mekattina 

Miiisie 

Pointe de Monts 

Natashkwan 

Pointe aux Esquimaux ..... 

Portneuf & Laval 

Tadoussac 

Tadoussac, Village 

Unorg. ter — Ter. non-org.. . 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Komains. 



150. Compton. 



52 
53 



a. Auckland 

6. Bury 

0. Chesham 

d. Clifton, E. & W.— 

Compton . 

f. Compton, Village 

g. Cookshire, Town — Villa 

Ditton 

Eaton 

Emberton 

k. Hampden 

1. Hereford 

Lake Meganticj Village 

Lingwick 

Marsden & Piopolis, Village. 

p. Newport 

q. Ste. Hedwige 

Sawyerville, Village 

Soottetown, Town- v ille 

WaterviUe, Village 

Westbury 

Whitton & Ste. C^cile 

Winslow & St. Romain . . . , 

151. Deux-Montagnes 



L'Annonciation 

b. St. Augustin, Village. 



Angli- 



1,305 

1,637 
437 

916 

1,221 
536 

1,034 
186 
303 
584 
581 
654 
496 
350 
772 
490 
616 
422 
311 
160 

1,350 
529 
790 

1,799 

247 

259 

505 

48 

15,033 

844 

160 

770 

873 

838 

140 

360 

1,068 

394 

799 

89 

1,444 

1,606 

72 

853 

231 

566 

75 

383 

124 

1,216 

1,032 

1,096 

13,864 

1,301 

1,254 



5 
352 



3,563 

3 
826 



423 
152 
263 
3 
498 

■ 13 

209 

64 

48 

1 

270 

9 

59 

101 

169 

349 

30 

4 

18 



Pres- 
by- 
terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



112 



3,403 



170 



240 

8 
157 
663 
552 

64 
1 

16 
244 

10 
174 
455 
408 

253 



34 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



12 



2,811 
35 



355 
276 
126 
121 
4 
532 

■ 17 

38 

35 

4 

'397 

1 

218 

27 

62 

207 

28 

2 

284 

270 

3 



Bap- 
tists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



506 



149 
10 



113 



41 



Doiik- 

ho- 

bors. 



(St. Etienne.) 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



237 



Greek 
Church . 



EgUse 
Grec- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 

th^- 

riens. 



Con- 

grega- 

tion- 

alistsi. 



32 



15 



Breth- 
ren. 



43 



3 

14 

" 1 

41 

1 

16 

'i08 

" 3 
19 



10 

" 5 
1 

173 
2 



Dis- 
ciples. 



Ad- 
vent- 
is ts. 



311 



Jews. 



J uif s. 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 
mee 
du 

Saiut. 



16 



13 



Friends. 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 
ens. 



Prot- 



tants. 



13 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 



Au- 
tres 



210 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 
speci- 



13 



82 



14 



62 



238 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. . Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 



St, Benolt 

St. Canut 

St. Colomban 

St. Eustache 

St. Eustache, Village 

St. Hernias 

St. Joseph 

Ste. Monique 

St. Placide. 

Ste. Scholastique 

Ste. Scholastique, Village.. 



Roman 

Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romaina . 



152. Dorchester . 



28 


a. 


29 


h. 


30 


c. 


31 


d. 


32 


e. 


33 


f. 


34 


a- 


35 


h. 


36 


%. 


37 


1- 


38 


k. 


39 


I. 


40 


m. 


41 


•n. 


42 


0. 


43 


P- 


44 


<?• 


45 


r. 


46 


s. 


47 


t. 


48 


u. 


49 


V. 


an 


w. 


51 


X. 


52 


V. 


53 


I. 


54 


xi. 



St. Anselme 

St. Benjamin 

St. Bernard 

d. Ste. Claire 

e. St. Edouard de Frampton . , 
/. Ste. Germaine d'Etchemin.. 
y. Ste. Henedine 

St. Isidore 

Ste. Justine - 

St. Leon de Standon 

St. Malachie 

Ste. Marguerite 

St. Odilon de Cranbourne 

St. Prosper (mission) 

0. Ste. Rose de Watford 

V. St. ZachariedeMetgermette. 

153. Drummond <Sc Artha- 
baska 



-Ville 



Drummond ville, Town 

Durham, South — Sud 

Durham 

Grantham 

Kingsey 

Kingsey Falls 

L'A venir 

Notre- Dame du Bon Conseil 
St. Bona venture d'TJpton . . . 
St. Eugene de Grantham ... 
St. Germain de Grantham. . 

St. Guillaume d 'Upton 

St. Nazaire (part) » 

Wendover & Simpson 

Wiokham 

Wickham, West — Ouest. . . . 
Arthabaskaville, Village . . . 

Ch^nier 

Chester, E. {Ste. HeUne) . . 
Chester, North — Nord . . . 
Chester, W.— O. (St. Paul). 
Notre-Dame de Lourdes. . . . 

Princeville, Village 

St. Albert de Warwick 

Ste. Anne du Sault . , 

St. Christophe 

Ste. Clothiide d'Horton 



Angli- 



1,307 

606 

303 

1,600 

1,064 

1,122 

1,087 

922 

934 

1,500 

864 

20,586 

2,047 

1,' 

1,758 

1,808 

1,585 

1,075 

1,766 

959 

1,640 

1,178 

1,( 

1,249 

958 

581 

1,066 



42,062 

1,372 

696 
67 

965 
1,179 

513 

974 
1,190 
1,265 

824 
2,553 
2,778 

247 
2,220 

452 
1,102 

993 
1,189 
1,300 

511 
2,058 

215 

726 

666 
1,394 

861 
1,286 



360 



127 



34 
152 



34 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



62 
238 
132 

52 
244 
116 
113 



16 



59 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



801 

4 
344 
172 

' 53 
167 

27 



16 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tablkau X. Population par religions. 



239 



Greek 
Church. 



Eglise 
Grreo- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 
the- 
riens. 



Con- 

grega- 

tion- 

alists. 



Breth- 



208 



87 



Dis- 
ciples. 



Ad- 
vent- 
is ts. 



Jews. 



Juifs, 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 
mee 
du 

Salut, 



Friends. 



17 



4 
12 



18 



18 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 



Prot- 



tants. 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 



Au- 

tres 

Sectes 



11 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 
speoi- 
nfes. 



240 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. Districts. 



10 
11 
12 
13 

14 



(-1. 

c^ 
/>. 

/I. 

IK 



Ste. Elizabeth de Warwick . 

Ste. Euialie (part) 

St. Louis de Blandford 

St. Norbert 

St. R^mi de Tingwick 

St. Kosaire 

St. Samuel d'Horton 

St Val^re de Bulstrodn . . . . 

Ste. Victoire 

Stanfold 

Tingwick 

Victoriaville, Town — Ville . 

Warwick 

Warwick, Village 



154. Gaspe . 



15 a. Cap Chat 

16 6. Cap Rosier 

17 e. Chlorydormes 

18 d. Douglastown 

19 e. Douglas (Sandy Beach and 
Seal Cove) 

20 if. Fox &. Sydendam, N.. 

21 g. Gaspe, ViUiwe 

22 h. Gaspe Bay,N.& Sydenham, S 

23 i. Gasp^ Bay, South— Sud 

24 j. Grande v all^e des Monts , . . 

25 k. La Grande Riviere 

26 I. L'Ause au Griffon 

27 m. L'Anse du Cap 

28 n. Malbaie 

29 0. Mont Louis &,Rivi&eMagde- 

leine 

30 p. Newport 

31 g. Pabos 

32 r. Perce 

33 3. Ste. Anne des Monts 

34 t. York 

35 u. Alright Islands 

36 V. Basin 

37 w. Etang du Nord 

38 X. Grande Entrte 

39 y. Havre Aubert 

40 2. Havre aux Maisons 

41 a". Wolfe, Bryon Islands, Grosse 
lie & Bird Rocks 

155 . Hochelaga 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



42 
43 
44 
45 



46 
47 
48 
49 



d. 



Ste. Cunegonde, City— Cite. 
St. Gabriel, Ward — Quartier 

St. Henri, City— Cite 

Westmount, City — Cite . . . 



156. Huntingdon. 

Dundee 

Elgin 

Franklin 

Godmanchester .... 



Angli- 
cans. 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by. 
teriens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



424 

361 

440 

746 

962 

879 

371 

1,191 

1,073 

1,562 

676 

1,684 

1,317 

790 

27,038 

1,409 

1,085 

782 



100 

1,700 

220 

463 

194 

303 

1,554 

788 

2,065 

1,426 

1,199 

1,330 

1,"" 

1,703 

2,269 

102 

387 

1,034 

2,224 

249 

609 



65 
39,739 

9,323 
10,479 
18,773 

1,164 

7,277 

1,159 
173 
598 
835 



192 
1 
1 



3,152 



138 

1 

67 

312 
21 
169 
211 
361 

1 
10 

4 
222 
665 

6 

27 

18 

164 

311 



148 

99 

99 

2 

196 

5,773 

469 
1,570 

885 
2,849 

1,174 

11 

48 

175 

132 



26 



5,237 

439 
1,791 

424 
2,583 

3,584 



477 
43 



Baptists. 



446 



125 

2 

33 

10 

' 63 

180 

6 

1 



2,859 

208 
1,025 

409 
1,217 

1,711 

53 

93 

212 

266 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



875 

64 
344 

75 
392 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



241 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


— 


— 


N° 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 


Non 




Grec- 


th6- 


alists. 










m^e 






ens. 




trfes 


speoi- 




que. 


riens. 












du 

Salut. 










sectes. 


fiees. 
































1 






























2 






























3 






























4 






























5 





























































7 










• ■ 














" 1 






8 

9 

10 






" 7 




•• 


■■ 1 


11 
■ 1 

" 8 

1 

" 1 














" 1 

1 

9 

" 8 
" 1 


11 
12 
13 
14 

15 
16 
17 
18 

19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 

29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 

41 




94 


528 


53 




10 


108 


34 


2 






1,286 


253 


38 






2 
53 
11 
28 


9 

187 

17 

315 






6 


21 










350 


9 




42 




"31 
"22 




1 
" 3 


7 

15 
65 


"29 
" 5 


2 






407 
528 

1 


30 

27 
187 


" 2 
13 
23 


43 
44 
45 




2 


134 
" 1 


3 






8 

• 










20 
13 


• 52 
6 


7 

2 
2 


46 
47 




























48 






124 








■' 8 










'.'. " 5 




49 



A-~16 



242 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Havelock 

Hemmingford 

Hemmingford, Village. 

Hinchinbrooke 

Huntingdon, Village.. 

St. Anicet 

Ste. Baibe 



157. Jacques-Oartier . 



C6te des Neiges, Village. 

Cflte St. Paul 

Dorval, Village 

Lachine, To\vn — Ville. . 
Montreal W--O.Town— Ville 
N.-D.de Graces, W— 0. Vil 

lage 

N.-D. des Neiges, W— Quest 

Outremont, Village 

Presentation dela Ste. Vierge 

Sts. Anges de Lachine 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Town 

—Ville 

Ste. Anne du Bout de I'lle. 

Ste. Genevieve 

Ste. Genevieve, Village .... 
St. Joachim de la Pointe 

Claire 

St. Joachim de la Pointe 

Claire, Village 

St. Laurent .... 

St. Laurent, Village 

St. Paul, Town— Ville . , 
St. Pierre aux Liens, Village 
St. Raphael de ITle Bizard, 

Senneville, Village 

Summerlea 

Verdun, Village 



158. Joliette. 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 

Romains. 



9- 



Joliette, Town — Ville 

St. Alphonse de Rodriguez . 
St. Ambroise de Kildare 

Ste. Beatrice 

St. Charles-Borromee 

St. Cleophas 

St. Come 

Ste. Elizabeth 

Ste. Eniilie de I'Energie . . . 

St. F(ilixde Valois 

St. Jean de Matha 

Ste. Melanie 

St. Paul 

St. Thomas 



159. Kamouraska. 

40 a. Kamouraska, Village. 

47 :/.. IVlont-Carmel 

48 Ic. Riviere-Ouelle 



387 
831 
170 
408 
446 
1,771 
499 

21,109 

1,020 
180 
448 

4,218 
55 

1,860 
36" 
643 
225 
440 

1,266 
316 

1,178 
735 

755 

527 

2,101 

1,3.59 

1,091 

401 

682 

266 

65 

911 

21,954 

4,124 

915 

1,623 

1,022 

774 

395 

1,030 

2,687 

1,201 

2,075 

1,958 

1,110 

1,470 

1,570 

19,095 

678 
1,084 
1,608 



Angli- 



176 
150 

26 
293 
150 

13 



2,096 

40 

33 

9 

697 

105 

131 

"l95 

2 

102 

44 

2 



10 

34 

1 

206 

61 



421 

128 

11 
15 
39 

' 11 



52 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 
teriens. 



196 
430 

73 
866 
317 
295 

33 

1,506 

85 

7 
313 
142 

143 

"l61 

6 

92 

13 

4 



16 
183 
29 
60 
12 



10 

218 

87 

56 

1 

' 21 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



133 
24' 

61 
423 
203 

13 



762 

10 

27 

'l64 
33 

65 

' 56 

■ 37 



10 

1 
15 

1 

108 

30 



1 

204 

58 

2 

49 

4 



tista. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



121 

' 15 
6 

6 

' 41 

6 

8 
2 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



BECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



243 



Greek 
Church. 



Eglise 
Greo- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 

the- 
riens. 



Con- 

grega- 
tion- 
alists, 



10 



Breth 
ren. 



26 



Dis- 
ciples. 



Ad- 
vent- 
iats. 



Jews. 



Juifs. 



41 



26 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 

mee 

du 

Salut, 



i'riends. 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 
ens. 



Prot- 



tants. 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 



Au- 

tres 

sectes. 



42G 



17 
109 



17 



23 



40 



11 
C 

6 
' 1 
' 6 

3 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 
speci- 
fiees. 



A-^16i 



244 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Tablk X, Religions of the People. 





Districts & S.-Distriots. 


Koman 

Catholics. 

Catholi- 

ques 
Komains. 


Angli- 
cans. 


Pres- 

by- 
tenans. 

Pres- 
by- 
terians. 


Metho- 
dists. 

Metho- 
distes. 


Baptists. 


Men- 
uon- 
ites. 




No. 


Bap- 
tists. 


Free 
Bap- 
tists. 


Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 


1 




1,760 

1,316 

2,433 

711 

800 

746 

567 

1,286 

637 

583 

1,662 

2,352 

966 

27,086 

585 

2,312 
792 
385 
379 
517 

1,406 

185 

932 

55 

307 

1,438 
27 
203 
167 
494 
541 
299 
561 

1,332 
946 
728 
138 
370 
360 
905 
710 
567 
297 
666 
228 

1,809 

2,875 
742 
376 

1,128 
361 
316 
529 
118 

17,179 

1,555 


3 

1,119 

20 

182 

270 

6 

1 

2 

7 

"" 42 

5 
2 

" 29 
21 
27 

'■ 23 

S3 

"' 17 

8 

15 

52 

43 

153 

1 
42 
69 

9 

3 
35 

2 

61 
4 


1 

1,370 

'257 

202 

18 

■ 50 

1 
10 

■' 96 

■ 99 
127 

26 

1 

35 

27 

" 16 

" 23 
3 

41 
9 

90 

" 15 

7 

"200 
16 

« 

1 
152 


227 

" 14 
8 

1 

8 
1 

3 

■■ 63 

■■ 25 

2 
1 

" 12 

1 

4 

53 

3 

" 13 

■ 15 

49 


800 

"l41 
7 
1 

2 
5 
1 

" 24 
1 

.. 

" 75 
52 
54 

5 
6 

"133 

" 30 

45 

5 

6 
6 

96 
4 
4 

97 

76 




■• 




2 


e. St. Andre & N.-D. du Portage 
(part) :. 




3 
4 
6 
6 

7 


/. Ste. Anne de la Pocati^re. 

g. St. Bruno & Woodbridge 

h. St. Denis 

i. St. Eleuth^re & uuorg. ter — 
Ter. non-organise 


•• 


8 

9 

10 

11 


k. Ste. Helena 

I. St. Lonis de Kamouraska 

m. St. Onesirae d'lx worth 

n. St. Paodine 




IS 


0. St. Pascal 




1,S 


p. St. Philippe de N^ri 






160. Lataelle 




14 


a. Amherst 




15 
16 
17 
18 


6. Buckingh.-ina, Town— Villa.... 

/ Buckingham 

"" \ Buckingham, S.-E 

d. Campbell 


■• 


19 


e. Clyde 




20 
21 
22 
23 


. /Hartwell 

•'• (.Preston 

/i.Joly 

fLabelle 


•• 


24 
25 
26 
27 


''• \Minerve 

h. L'Anga-Gardien 

TLathbury & Gagnon 




28 
29 
30 


t Wurtele & Moraau 

j. Loranger 




31 
32 
33 


k. ■ Lochaber & Gore, West— O. 

tLochaber & Gore, N 

I. Marcband 




34 


m, Masson, Village 




.^5 






3fi 


f Montignv 




37 


1 Kiamika 




38 


p. Mulgrave & Derry 




39 
40 
41 


q. Notre-Dame do Bonseoours... 

r. Papineauville, Village 

r^ Plaisance 




42 
43 
44 
45 


a. Ponsonby 

*. Portland, Bast— Est 

u. Portland, West — Quest 

V. Ripon 




46 


w. St. Andre- Avallin 




47 






48 


y. St. Malachia 




49 


s. Suffolk & Addington 




fin 


d^Thurso, Village 




51 






52 
53 


5».-^ Wells &McGill, 

(.Dudley 




64 


161. Laprairie & Napier- 

vUle. 
X. Laprairia 





RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



245 



Gr^ek 
Church. 



Bglise 
Greo- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 

th6- 
riens. 



Con- 
grega- 
tion- 
alists, 



Breth- 
ren. 



200 



137 



16 



10 
14 



Dis- 
ciples. 



19 



Ad- 

vent- 

ists. 



Jews. 



Juifs. 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 

m^e 

du 

Salut. 



Friends. 



28 
'lO 



11 



18 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 
eus. 



Prot- 



tants. 



Vari- 
ous 

Sects. 



Au- 

tres 

seotes. 



17 



12 



25 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 
speoi- 
fiees. 



10 



246 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Roman 

Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Remains. 



Angli- 



Pres- 
by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

,by- 

teriens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 
ho- 
bors. 



25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
38 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 



42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
SO 
51 
52 



5. Laprairie, Village 

e. St. Constant 

d. St. Isidore 

e. St. Jacques le Mineur . 

/. St. Philippe 

g. Napierville, Village... 

h. St. Cy prien 

■ St. Edouard 

St. Michel- Archange. 



k. St. Patrice de Sherrington . 

I. St. Remi 

m. St. Remi, Village 



162. L'Assomption. 



a. Lachenaie 

b. L'Assomption 

c. L'Assomption, Town — Ville. 

d. Laurentides, "Town — Ville . . . 

e. Lavaltrie 

/. L'Epiphanie 

rj. Repentigny 

k, St. Henri de Mascouche 

i. St. Lin 

j. St. Paul I'Ermite 

A-. St. Roch de I'Achigan 

l. St. Sulpice 



163. Laval . 



Ahuntsic, Village 

Beaurivage, Village 

Longue Pointe 

Pointe aux Trembles 

Rivieres des Prairies 

Ste. Dorothee 

St. Fraufois de Sales 

St. Joseph de Bordeaux 

St. Leonard de Port Maurice , 

St. Martin 

St. Martin, Village 

Ste. Rose 

Ste. Rose, Village 

St. Vincent de Paul 

St. Vincent de Paul, Village . 

Sault au Recollet . . .- 

Villeray, Village 



164. Levis. 



Bienville, Village 

Lauzon, Village 

Levis, City —Cite 

Notre- Dame de la Victoire., 
St. David de I'Auberivi^re . 
St. Etienne de Lauzon . , . . 

St. Henri de Lauzon 

St. Jean-Chrysostfime 

St. Joseph de Levis 

St. Lambert de Laazon. . . . 
St. Nicolas 



1,412 
1,473 
1,311 
1,375 
1,670 
744 
1,405 
1,093 
1,329 
1,360 
1,377 
1,075 

14,764 

650 
1,148 
1,604 

!i34 

998 
1,453 

603 
1,895 
l.-TOS 
1,3J9 
1,841 

665 

18,879 

291 

868 

2,241 

1,108 

677 

876 

857 

410 

1,186 

2,311 

849 

1,355 

1,152 

1,327 

1,386 

1,489 

496 

25,814 

851 
3,407 
7,521 
1,446 

706 

828 
2,171 
1,732 

401 
1,280 
1,026 



2 

127 

1 

1 



147 

40 

' 30 

' 18 



10 
2 

' 21 

20 

6 

217 



6 
146 

2 
12 
10 

9 
15 



401 

29 

' 52 
173 

5 

' 52 

5 

13 

4 

' 18 

6 

37 

7 

112 



14 



30 



44 



44 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



247 



















Sal- 
















Greek 


Lu- 
ther- 


Con- 










va- 
tion 






Pa- 




Vari- 
ous 


Unspe- 
cified. 




Church. 


ans. 








Ad- 


Jews. 


Amiy. 






gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 








grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 










Mor- 












_ 


— 








vent- 


— 


— 


BViends. 




— 


es- 


— . 




N" 


Eglise 


Lu- 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 




mons. 


Pay- 


tant?. 


Au- 


Non 




Grec- 
que. 


th^- 
riens. 


alists. 










m^e 
du 

Salut. 






ens, 




tres 
sectes. 


fiees. 




•• 












3 








■• 


14 
''l4 


10 
"l3 


" 1 

1 

" 1 

1 

" 1 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 






9 








3 

" 1 








•• 


241 
'187 

" 7 
" 1 


3 
2 


1 


25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 


* 




" 9 

1 








2 

1 










46 
45 


1 

3 


" 1 

1 


39 
40 
41 

42 
43 
























34 


3 


1: 41 


•• 




■ 1 








" 1 
















45 
4C 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
.52 



248 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 



37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
46 
4(i 
47 
48 



Districts & S.-Districts. 



I. St. SiOmuald • 
m. St. Telesphore . 

165. L'Islet . . . 



a. L'Islet 

6. St. Aubert 

c. St. Cyrille 

d. St. Damase 

e. St. Eugene 

/. St. Jean Port Joli 

y. Ste. Louise 

A. St. Pamphile 

i. Ste. Perp^tue 

j. St. Rooh des Aulnaies . 

166. Lotbiniere 



Deschaillons, Village. . 
Leoleroville, Village , . 

St. Agapit 

Ste. Agathe 

St. Antoine de Tilly. . 

St. Apollinaire 

Ste. Croix 

St. Edouard 

Ste. Emilie 

St. Flavien 

St. Giles 

St. Jean Deschaillons. 

St. Louis 

St. Narcisse 

St. Patrice 

Ste. Philom^ne 

St. Sylvestre 



167. Maisonneuve. . 



a. DeLorimier, Village '. . . . 

6. Hochelaga, Ward — Quartier. 

c. Maieonneuve, Town — Ville. . 

d. Petite Cdte, Village 

e. St. Denis, Ward — Quartier. . 
/. St. Jean-Baptiste, Ward- 

Quartier 

g. St. Louis, Town — Ville . . . . 

168. Maskinonge 



-Ville. 



Hunterstown . 

Louiseville, Town- 

Mastigoche 

Riviere du Loup 

St. Alexis des Monts 

/. St. Didace , 

g. St. Joseph '. 

h. St. .Justin 

St. Leon 

St. Paulin 

Ste. Ursule 

Unorg. ter— Ter. non-org. , 



Roman 
Catholics, 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



3,550 
295 

14,426 

2,454 
1,409 
1,656 

592 
1,477 
2,261 
1,272 
1,307 

676 
1,322 

19,808 

1,213 

525 

1,094 

893 

1,416 

1,462 

2,136 

1,354 

642 

1,712 

764 

1,047 

1,622 

772 

729 

1,116 

1,311 

58,165 

1,203 

11,780 

3,575 

229 

8,088 

23,681 
9,609 

15,755 

551 
1,661 

730 
1,249 
1,496 
1,499 
2,044 
1,619 
1,653 
1,244 
2,069 
40 



Angli- 
cans. 



17 



128 



6 
10 

" 85 

2,512 

40 
521 
165 

11 
. 341 

967 
467 

54 



16 



36 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

,by- 
teriens. 



11 



13 



72 



7 
" 61 
2,106 

15 
181 
119 

75 



913 
414 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



31 



17 

176 

34 

'l35 

425 
251 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



213 



27 
5 

" 22 

111 

48 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA,. 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



249 



Greek 
Church. 



Eglise 
Greo- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 

th6- 
riens. 



Con- 

grega- 

tion- 

alists. 



Breth- 
ren. 



Dis- 
ciples. 



Ad- 
vent- 
ista. 



Jews. 



Juifs. 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 

m^e 

du 

Salut. 



Friends. 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 
ens. 



Prot- 
es- 
tants. 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 



Au- 

tres 
seotes. 



Unspte 
cified. 



Non 
speci- 
fiees. 



105 



80 



36 



156 
"l3 



122 
15 



42 



42 



11 



557 

4 

157 
42 



290 
56 



114 





1 

2 




3 




4 




5 




6 




7 




8 




9 




10 




11 




12 




13 




14 




15 




16 




17 




18 




19 




20 




21 




22 




23 




24 




25 




26 




27 




28 




29 


39 






30 


30 


31 




32 




.S3 




34 


7 


35 


2 


36 




.37 




38 




39 




40 




41 




42 




43 




44 




45 




46 




47 




48 



250 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 



20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 



37 
38 
30 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



48 
49 
50 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Roman 

Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



169. Megantic 

a. Bernierville, VilIa!?e(St.Ferd.) 
h. Halifax, North— Nord 

c. Halifax, South — Sud 

d. Inverness 

e. Ireland, North — Nord 

/. Ireland, South— Sud 

g. Kingsville, Village (Thetford 

Mines) 

h. Leeds 

i. Leeds, East — Est 

j. Nelson {part) 

k. Notre-Danie de Lourdes 

I. Plessisville, Village (Somerset) 
7)1. Ste. Anastasie de Nelson. ... 

n. St. Desire 

o. St. Pierre-Baptiste 

p. Somerset, North — Nord 

q. Somerset, South — Sud 

r. Thetford, North— Nord 

i. Thetford, South— Sud 

170. Missisquoi 

a: Bedford, Town— Ville 

b. Cowansville, Village 

Dunham 

d. Dunham, Village 

e. Farnham, Town — Ville 

f. Farnham, West — Ouest 

</. Frelighsburg, Village 

h. Philipsburg, Village 

i, St. Armand, East — Est 

j, St. Armand, West — Ouest. . . . 

k. St. Bernard de LacoUe 

h St. George de Clarenceville , . . 

Hi. St. Ignace de Stanbridge 

n. St. Thomas .... 

0. Stanbridge Station 

p. Stanbridge 

q, Sweetsburg, Village 

171. Montcalm 

a. St. Alexis 

h. St. Calixte 

St. Donat & Chilton 

d. St. Emile & Wexford 

'i. .St. Esprit 

/. St. rlacques 

.(/. Ste. .Tulienue 

h. St. Liguori 

i. Ste. Marie-Salome 

j. St. Patrice de Rawdon 

k. St. Theodore de Chertsey .... 

172. Montmagny 

a. Cap St. Ignace 

h. L'Assomption de Berthier. . . . 
Montminy, Rolette & Panet. . 



Angli- 



Pres- 

by- 

tenans 



Pres- 

by. 

teriens 



19,811 


1,451 


721 




1,.308 




1,449 


89 


475 


383 


992 


102 


607 


359 


3,104 


76 


252 


276 


541 


58 


336 


15 


487 




1,586 




1,446 


12 


1,227 


4 


710 


59 


1,405 


9 


993 




1,571 


2 


541 


7 


10,403 


3,828 


712 


358 


204 


257 


992 


530 


115 


83 


2,491 


345 


1,275 


67 


106 


91 


106 


77 


412 


278 


361 


362 


1,639 


244 


242 


208 


603 


68 


163 


293 


660 


56 


211 


388 


111 


123 


12,413 


444 


1,153 




858 


60 


977 




463 




1,392 




2,580 




1,260 


12 


1,237 




704 




665 


338 


1,124 


34 


14,7.34 


18 


3,519 




l.OSO 




1,612 





1,511 



4 

37 

351 

30 

9 

35 
760 

78 
51 



14 
38 

221 

7 
17 
53 

' 68 
21 
3 
1 
5 
1 
27 
8 
5 
3 

1 
1 

29 



11 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



700 



18 
318 
103 

26 

35 

135 

16 

29 



14 

3,253 

265 

94 

571 

71 

169 

19 

23 

28 

199 

167 

419 

470 

242 

168 

80 

258 

10 

97 



Bap- 
tists. 



25 



12 



274 

6 
3 

5 
26 

1 

2 

110 

10 

19 

66 

3 

13 

3 

7 



17 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



17 



Men- 
non- 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



251 



Greek 
Church. 



Eglise 
Grec- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 

the- 
riens 



Con- 

grega- 

tion- 

alists. 

22 



Breth- 
ren. 



Dis- 
ciples. 



Ad- 
vent- 
ists. 



Jews. 



Juifs, 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 

mee 

du 

Salut. 



Friends. 



Mor- 
mons, 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 
ens. 



Prot- 
es- 
tants. 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 



Au- 

tres 
sectes. 



'JS 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non- 
speci- 
iiees. 



N° 



2 7 



18 



77 



22 1 



118 
51 



10 
6 



18.5 
1 

"41 

1 



19 
4 



18 
1 



60 

T 
2 
6 
3 
1 



10 



7 
2 

' 4 

11 

1 

1 



8 
21 



55 



1 
57 



13 



18 
2 



4S 
49 
50 



252 



CENSUS OP CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



7 
8 
9 
10 
U 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 



20 
21 
22 



23 



27 



28 



29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



d. Montmagny, Town — Ville. , 

e. Notre-Dame du Rosaire 

/. St. Antoine, lie aux Grues. , 

g. St. Franjois 

h. St. Pierre 

i. St. Tiiomas 



173. Montmorency 



Chateau-Richer 

L'Ange-Gardien 

Ste. Anne 

Ste. Brigitte de Laval . . 

Ste. Famille 

St. Fereol 

St. Franjois 

St. Jean 

St. Joachim 

St. Laurent 

Ste. Petronille, Village. 

St. Pierre 

St. Tite des Caps 



174. Montreal, Ste. Anne. 

a. Ste. Anne, Ward — Quartier . . 

b. Centre n n . . . 

c. West — Quest n n . . . 

175. Montreal, St. An- 
toine 



a. St. Antoine, Ward— Quartier. 

176. Montreal, St. Jac 
ques 

a. Eastward — Quartier Est 

6. St. Jacques, Ward— ■Quartier., 

177. Montreal.St. Laurent 

a. St. Laurent, Ward — Quartier. 

b. St. Louis 11 n . . 

178. Montreal, Ste. Marie 
a. St. Mary's, W— Q., Ste. Marie 



179. Nicolet 

a. Annaville, Village 

b. Beoancour 

c. Gentilly 

d. La Rochelle, Village . . , 

e. Nicolet 

/. Nicolet, Town— Ville . . 
g. Ste. AngSe de Laval , . . 
h. Ste. Brigitte des Saults. 

St. C^Iestin 

j. Ste. Eulalie (part) 

k. Ste. Gertrude 

I. St. Gregoire 



Roman 




Catholics. 







Angli- 


Catholi- 


cans. 


ques 




Remains. 




1,909 


9 


600 


1 


509 


8 


1,62] 




1,127 




2,697 




12,310 


1 


1,595 




1,179 




1,939 




656 


1 


751 




1,0.^2 




496 




1,137 




853 




797 




220 




595 




1,040 




16,815 


2,827 


15,610 


2,698 


974 


33 


231 


96 


• 24,049 


9,629 


24,049 


9,629 


} 39,928 


642 


2,274 


17 


37,654 


625 


30,685 


5,531 


10,855 


3,759 


19,830 


1,772 


36,586 


1,842 


36,586 


1,842 


26,525 


34 


212 




1,979 


13 


2,158 




342 




1,317 


1 


2,210 


11 


1,042 


8 


900 




1,320 




772 




1,752 




1,706 





Fres- 

by 

tenans. 



Pres- 

by 

teriens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



1,968 

22 

56 

7,963 

7,963 

652 

1 

651 

3,990 

2,665 
1,325 

1,164 

1,164 

19 



828 

772 
24 



2,825 

2,825 

324 

7 
317 

1,903 

1,358 
545 

498 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



191 

188 

3 

629 

629 

67 

1 
66 

505 

307 
198 

138 

138 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Dciuk- 

ho- 

bors. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901, 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



253 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 


• 


Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 




Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


— 


— 


N' 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 


Non 




Greo- 


th6- 


alists. 










mie 






ens. 




tres 


sp^oi- 




que. 


riena. 












du 










sectes. 


















Salut. 




















.. 




















1 




1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 
9 




























10 






























11 






























12 






























13 






























14 






























15 






























16 






























17 






























18 






























19 


1 


3C 


131 


11 




3 


416 


16 


1 






64 


43 


17 




1 


35 
" 1 


129 
2 


11 




3 


384 
25 

7 


12 
" 4 


1 






53 
8 
3 


38 
2 
3 


11 
3 
3 


20 
21 
22 


41 


208 


637 


47 


6 


7 


866 


58 


2 


1 


1 


118 


456 


97 




41 


208 


637 


47 


6 


7 


866 


58 


2 


1 


1 


118 


456 


97 


23 


98 


58 


3 




3 




252 








• • 


459 


72 


160 




64 












20 










46 


6 


141 


24 


34 


"58 


" 3 


.. 


■■ 3 




2.32 










413 


66 


19 


25 


56 


198 


192 


48 


.. 


35 


5,000 


36 


2 


1 


3 


178 


393 


51 




25 


118 


137 


19 




25 


2,108 


28 


2 


1 




161 


282 


39 


26 


31 


80 


55 


29 


■ • 


10 


2,892 


8 






" 3 


17 


111 


12 


27 


8 


38 


12 


8 


7 




63 


11 


.. 




1 


213 


25 


17 




8 


38 


12 


8 


7 




63 

8 


11 




* ' 


1 


213 


25 


17 

1 


28 
29 
































30 
































31 












' * 




■■ 
















32 
































33 
















■ 1 














" 1 


34 
35 














•• 


" 7 






• • 










36 
37 
38 
39 
40 



254 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 

23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



m. St. Leonard 

n. Ste. Marie de Elandford . 

0. Ste. Monique 

p. Ste. Perpetue 

q, St. Pierre les Becquets.. . 

r. St. Samuel (part) 

s. Ste. Sophie de Levrard . . 

t. St. SylvAre 

u. St. Wenceslas 



180. Pontiac . 



36 


H 

a. 


37 


h. 


38 


0. 


39 


,1. 


40 


e. 


41 


f. 


42 


'!■ 


43 


h. 


44 


I. 


45 


1- 


46 


k. 


47 


I. 


48 


til. 


49 


n. 


50 


0. 


51 


P- 


52 


7- 


53 


r. 


54 


s. 



Aberdeen & Malakoff 

Aldfield 

Allumette Island 

AUeyn & Cawood 

Bristol 

Bryson, Village 

Calumet Island 

Ohapeau, Village 

Chichester 

Clarendon 

Duhamel & Guigues 

Fort Coulonge, Village ... , 
Leslie, Clapham & Hudders- 

field 

Litchfield 

Mansfield & Pontefract 

Onslow, North — Nord ....... 

Onslow, South — Sud 

Portage du Fort, Village 

Quio, Village 

Shawville, Village 

Sheen & Esher 

Timiskaming 

Thorne 

Ville-Marie, Village 

Waltham & Bryson 

Unorg. ter — Ter. non-org 



181 Portneuf . 



Canton Bois , 

Cap Sante 

Deschambault 

Ecureuils 

Grondines 

Notre-Dame des Anges. , 
Pointe aux Trembles . . . 

Portneuf 

St. Alban 

St. Augustin 

St. Bazile 

St. Casimir 

Ste. Catherine 

Ste. Christine 

St. Gilbert 

Ste. Jeanne de Neuville. 

St. Leonard 

St. Rayraond-Nonnai. , . 
St. Raymond, Village . . 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Komains. 



1,403 

461 

1,974 

939 

1,847 

119 

1,410 

1,036 

1,G26 

16,328 

223 
647 

1,719 

99 

844 

262 

1,188 
229 
709 
157 

1,541 
338 

586 

1,188 

985 

607 

392 

272 

439 

15 

567 

1,233 

64 

491 

239 

1,294 

26,544 

703 
1,093 
1.799 

521 
1,205 
1,140 
1,077 
1,391 
1,989 
1,382 
1,716 
2,453 
1,100 

622 

469 
1,290 

764 
2,012 
1,272 



Angli- 



3,137 

5 
44 

6 

99 

290 

71 

13 



1,042 

2 

26 

135 

127 

6 

26 
281 

89 

138 

253 

6 

33 
418 

5 
22 

416 



13 



95 



228 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 
by- 

teriens. 



12 



2,261 

52 

" 29 

28 

724 

91 

63 



342 
11 
93 

37 

270 

20 

6 

107 

40 

31 

88 

17 

103 

49 

2 

42 

16 

95 



48 



21 



Metho- 



Metho- 
distes. 



2,896 



36 
1 

89 
327 

75 

62 

1 

1 

970 

9 

20 

41 

199 

4 

186 

256 

42 

73 

248 

1 

16 
147 

' 82 
4 

30 



23 



Baptists. 



tists. 



197 



39 



109 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



Douk- 
ho- 
bors. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



255 

















Sal- 














Greek 


Lu- 
ther- 


Con- 










va- 
tion 






Pa- 




Vari- 
ous 


Unspe- 
cified. 




Church. 


ans. 








Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 






gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 








grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 










Mor- 















— 








vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


1 — 


es- 


— 




N° 






tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 










mons. 








Non 




Eglise 


Lu- 








iats. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 




Greo- 


th^- 


alists. 










mee 






ens. 




tres 


speci- 
fiees. 




que. 


riens. 












du 










sectes. 


















Salut. 












































1 
































2 
































3 
































4 
































5 
































C 




[ ' 




























7 
































8 
































9 




431 


3 


99 






12 


12 








170 


169 


7 


10 




"84 




















" C 






11 




1 


























12 




12 










■ 9 


"5 










" 1 

1 
2 


" 3 
2 


13 

14 
15 




" 1 




" 5 






■ 1 










" 7 


6 




16 

17 
18 


•■ 


" 9 




















" 3 

4 


■io7 

" 1 




111 
20 
21 




46 


" 1 


94 






" 1 










130 
" 6 


1 

27 




22 
23 
24 
2.5 
20 
27 
28 




" 1 


2 




















"20 




29 
30 




3 
























" 1 


31 


•• 


274 


1 
" ] 








" 1 


" 7 

3 
3 








■■ 8 

19 

10 

] 

" 1 

1 


" 1 

" 2 
43 

"43 


" 1 
8 

" 2 

' 3 
" 2 


32 
33 
34 
35 

36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 




























54 



256 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Kotrjan 
Catholics 



Catholi- 

ques 
Komains. 



Angli- 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 
by. 

teriens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



10 
11 
12 



13 
14 
15 
16 



t. St. Thuribe 

u. St, Ubalde , 

V. Unorg. ter — Ter. non-org 

182. Quebec, Centre 

a. Banlieue 

6. Montcalm, (C.) Ward— Quart. 

c. Palais, Ward— Quartier 

d. St. Jean, Ward — Quartier 

e. St. Louis, Ward — Quartier. . . 



183. Quebec, East— Est.. 

a. Jacques-Oartier, Ward — 

Quartier 

6. St. Roch, Ward — Quartier 

c. St. Sauveur, Ward — Quartier. 

d. St. Valier, Ward — Quartier — 



184. Quebec, 'West— Quest 

a. Banlieue, South — Sud 

6. Champlain, Ward — Quartier 

c. Montcalm, (W.-O.) Ward— Q. 

d. St. Pierre, Ward-Quartier. .. 



17 
18 
19 
20 d. 



21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



185 Quebec, Co.— Comte 



Auoienne Lorette 

Beauport 

Charlesbourg 

St. Ambroise de la Jeune Lo- 
rette 

St. Ambroise, Village 

St. Colomb de Sillery 

St. Dunstan 

St. Felix du Cap Rouge 

Ste. Foye 

St. Gabriel de Valcartier 

St. Gabriel, West— Quest 

Stoneham, Tewkesbury & 
unorg. ter — Ter. non-org.. . . 



186— Richelieu.. 



a. St. Aime 

b. Ste. Anne de Sorel 

St. Joseph de Sorel . . . . ; 

d. St. Louis de Bonsecours . 

e. St. Ours 

/. St. Ours, Town— Ville . . 
fir. St. Pierre de Sorel 

St. Robert 

i. St. Roch 

}. Ste. Victoire 

k. Sorel, City— Cit6 



605 


.. 








1,388 










553 


1 


5 


•• 


■• 


17,727 


1,479 


654 


312 


68 


790 


132 


73 


10 


1 


3,400 


299 


113 


62 


20 


2,234 


144 


124 


56 


14 


9,llfi 


280 


158 


131 


20 


2,187 


624 


186 


63 


13 


3S,5i6 


200 


130 


79 


31 


8,467 


73 


33 


43 


19 


9,89; 


28 


7 


14 


. , 


12,748 


80 


79 


22 


12 


7,408 


19 


11 




•• 


7,856 


644 


294 


182 


39 


196 


64 


17 


30 


10 


2,160 


25 


3 


35 




3,002 


498 


235 


91 


27 


2,498 


57 


39 


26 


2 


20,708 


742 


479 


34 


8 


2,623 










6,633 


51 


17 


18 


1 


2,493 


7 




•• 




2,680 


11 


7 






1,543 


8 


3 


1 




1,865 


166 


23 


3 


6 


142 


72 


12 


2 




414 


2 


1 






977 


36 


42 


7 


1 


122 


176 


154 






234 


134 


110 


.. 




976 


79 


110 


3 




18,466 


72 


11 


8 


8 


1,967 










1,114 


3 




6 




1,247 


■5 


5 






827 








1 


1,328 










609 










482 










1,532 


30 








900 










1,461 


2 








6,999 


32 


6 


2 


7 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



257 















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


— 


— 


N° 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 


Non 




Grec- 


the- 


alists. 










m^e 






ens. 




tres 


speci- 




que. 


riens. 












du 
Salut. 










sectes. 


fiees. 






























1 


1 
2 
3 




.10 


13 

" 7 

1 


11 
" 2 




1 

1 


3 


5 
■■ 5 








60 

" 8 

1 


12 

" 2 

1 


11 

" 2 
6 


4 
5 
6 




" 4 




















32 


8 


2 


7 




6 


" 5 


" 9 






" 3 










19 


1 


1 


8 




13 










167 


' 








167 


7 


16 






11 










128 










81 




11 


9 




1 










39 










42 
39 


" 3 

2 


1 
2 


10 
11 




" 1 




















5 


2 


1 


12 


2 


1 
1 


1 
" 1 








95 
"ll 






^ 




4 
■ 3 


22 

19 

1 

, 2 


9 
" 6 


13 

14 
15 


2 


1 










84 










] 

119 
18 


1 


3 
9 


16 

17 


































72 




" 8 


18 


































12 






19 


































11 






20 
21 






" 1 




























" 4 




" 1 


22 






































23 








































24 


































" 2 


" 1 




25 
26 

27 






























28 








•• 






4 










6 


1 




29 
















































30 
















































Rl 
















































32 
















































33 
















































34 
















































35 
















































36 
















































37 
















































38 






















' 4 














6 


" 1 






39 



A— 17 



258 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

]9 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 



Districts & S.-DistriotB. 



187. Biohmond & Wolfe. 



Asbestos 

Brompton 

Cleveland 

Danville, Village 

Dudswell 

Kingsbury, Village 

Melbourne & Brompton Gore 

Melbourne, Village 

New Rockland, Village 

Richmond, Town — Vule. . . . 

Shipton 

St. Franc^is-Xavier 

St. George do Windsor 

Stoke 

Windsor 

Windsor Mills, Town— Ville. 

Beaulac, Village 

D'Israeli 

Garthby 

Ham, North — Nord 

Lake Weedon, Village 

Marbleton, Village 

N.-D. de Lourdes de Ham. . . 

St. Adrien de Ham 

St. Camille 

St. Fortunat 

St. Joseph de Ham, S 

St. Julien de Wolfestown.. . . 

Stratford 

Weedon 

Weedon Centre, Village 

Wolfestown 

Wotton 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



188. Rimouskl.. 



.34 


a. 


35 


b. 


36 


c. 


37 


d. 


38 


e. 


39 


f. 


40 


9- 


41 


h. 


42 


I. 


43 


h 


44 


k. 


45 


I. 


46 


m. 


47 


n. 


48 


0. 


-49 


P- 


SO 


?• 


51 


r. 


52 


8. 


m 


t. 


5i 


u. 



Cherbourg 

Mont Job, Village 

Neigette 

Notre-DamedeMaonider. . . . 
Notre-Dame du Sacr^-Coeur, 

Petit M^tis, Village 

Rimouski 

Rimouski, Town — Ville 

St. Anaclet 

Ste. Ang^le de Merrici 

Ste. Anne 

St. Benolt-Labre k St. Ed- 

mond ( Amqui) 

Ste. Blandine 

Ste. Cecile du Bic 

St. Damase 

St. Donat 

St. Edouard des Mechins (Da- 

libaire) 

St. Fabien 

Ste. F^lioit^ 

Ste. Flavie 

St. Gabriel & St. Marcellin. . 



Angli- 



27,282 

721 
834 
617 
469 
688 
112 
672 
49 
47 

1,212 
791 

1,020 

1,621 

1,393 
906 

1,764 
326 

1,758 
527 

1,390 
508 
438 
612 
659 
952 
866 
493 
875 
768 
950 
640 
725 

1,879 

39,638 

453 
820 
447 

1,907 

686 

87 

1,295 

1,796 
928 

1,361 
301 

2,618 
832 

2,047 
896 
802 

557 
1,989 
1,445 
1,142 
1,038 



2,559 

10 

67 
201 
133 
392 

41 
332 

65 

9 

366 

371 

81 

" 68 

88 

116 



198 

' 11 

' 9 

55 

1 
1 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

tenens. 



23 

34 
186 

58 
118 

73 
321 

11 

62 
209 
125 

40 

' 23 

174 
145 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



65 



292 



Baptists. 



1,640 

10 

25 

193 

132 

187 

4 

186 

43 

21 

224 

162 

103 

1 

11 

42 

106 



3 

1 

46 

' 10 
106 



24 
151 



143 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



259 



Greek 
Church, 



Eglise 
Grec- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 

Lu- 

th^- 

riens. 



Con- 

grega- 

tion- 

alists, 



511 



2 

11 

141 

4 

1 

65 

49 

"33 
193 



Breth- 
ren. 



Dis- 
ci plea. 



27 



27 



Ad- 
vent- 
ists. 



275 
5 



72 
25 

4 
14 

2 

" 3 

144 



Jews 



Juifs. 



12 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 

du 
Salut. 



Friends. 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 
ens. 



Prot- 
es- 
tants. 



11 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 



Au- 

tres 

seotes. 



37 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 
sp&i- 



11 



A-I7i 



260 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



2 
3 

4 
5 

e 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 



44 
45 

46 
47 
48 
49 



Districts & S.-Districts. 



V. St. Jacques le Majpur (Cau 



St. Jerdme de Matane. . . 
St. Jerdme de Matane, Village 

St. .Joseph de Lepage 

St. Luc (Tessier) 

Ste. Luce 

Ste. Marie de Sayabec 

St. Mathieu 

St. Moise 

St. Octave de Metis 

St. Paul des Capucins (Ro- 

mieux) 

St. Pierre du Lac 

St. Simon 

St. Ulric r 

St. Valerien 



189. Bouville. 



Canrobert, Village 

L'Ange-Gardien 

Marieville, Village 

Notre-Dame de Bonsecours. . . 

Richelieu, Village 

Ste. An^^le 

St. Cesaire 

St. Claire, Village 

St. Hilaire 

St. Jean-Baptiste de Rouville. 

Ste. Marie de Monnoir 

St. Mathias 

St. Michel de Rougemont 

St. Pauld'Abbotsford.. . . 
St. Pie 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Roinains. 



190. St. Hyacinthe. 



La Presentation 

Notre-lDamB de St. Hyaointhi 

Providence, Village 

St. Barnabe 

St, Charles 

St. Damase 

St. Denis ...... . 

St. Hyacinthe, City — Cite . . . , 
St. Hyacinthe le Confesseur . . 

St. -Joseph, Village 

St. Jude 

Ste. Marie. Magdeleine 

St. Thomas d'Aquin 



191. St. Jean & Iberville. 



a. Notre-Dame des Angeh 

6. Notre-Dame de Stanbridge, 
Village 

c. St. Blaise 

d. St. Jean, Town— Ville 

St. Jean I'Evangeliste 

/. St. Luc 



1,178 

1,528 

1,161 

414 

564 

1,235 

953 

893 

904 

2,273 

245 
1,475 

797 
1,725 

846 

15,381 

253 

1,429 

1,268 

349 

298 

952 

1,456 

864 

1,226 

1,272 

1,036 

645 

642 

1,179 

2,512 

21,344 

1,272 

514 

801 

913 

930 

1,446 

1,945 

9,049 

671 

347 

1,607 

1,037 

812 

18,443 

289 



Angli 



315 



17 



1 

100 

98 



44 



2 
469 



Prea- 

by 

tenans. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



876 


14 


787 


10 


3,610 


248 


657 


9 


684 


15 



11 



4 
197 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



48 



2S 



Baptists. 



Bap- 



54 



18 



336 
22 
14 

131 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



131 



19 



23 
25 
14 
11 
2 
9 
26 

15 



14 
1 

215 



131 
23 

7 



Douk- 

ho- 
bois. 



RECENSEMENT DU CAl^-ADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



261 



Greek 
Church, 



Eglise 
Grec- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 



Lu- 
the- 
riens. 



Con- 
grega- 
tion- 
alists, 



Breth- 



Dis- 
ciples. 



Ad- 

vent- 
ists. 



I .. 



Jews. 



Juifs. 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army, 



Ar- 

mee 

du 

Salut. 



Friends, 



11 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 
ens. 



Prot- 
es- 
tants. 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 



Au- 

tres 
sectes. 



43 



1 
1 

37' 



18 



16 
' 1 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 

speci- 

fiees. 



N° 



10 

11 
12 
13 
14 
15 



16 

17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



10 



18 



31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 



44 

45 
46 
47 
48 
49 



262 



CENSUfe OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



Districts & S.-Distriots. 



g. Ste. Marguerite de Blairfindie 

h. St. Paul.. 

i. St. Va,lentin 

j. Iberville, Town — Villa. . . 
k. St. Alexandre 

St. Athanase 

m. Ste. Anne de Sabrevois 

Ste. Brigide 

St. George d'Henriville .... 

p. St. Gr^goire le Grand 

q. St. Sebastien 



192. Shefford. 



Ely; South— Sud 

Ely, North— Nord 

Granby 

Granby, Village 

Koxton 

Boxton Falls, Village 

St. Alphonse de Granby 

'Ste. Cecile de Milton 

St. Joachim 

Ste. Frudentienne 

Ste. Frudentienne, Village. 

St. Valerien 

Shefford 

Stukely, North— Nord. ... 

Stukely, South— Sud 

Waterloo, Town — Ville .... 
West Shefford, Village 



1S3. Sherbrooke. , 



a. Ascot 

b. Centre W—Quar. 0. 
East W— Quar. E . . 

d. North W— Quar. N. 

e. South W— Quar. S. 
/. Lennoxville, Village, 

g. Orford 

h. St. Blied'Orford.... 



Sher- 
brooke, 
City- 
Cite 



194. Soulang'es . 



a. Cadres, Village 

b. CAteau Landing, Village... 

Cdteau Station, Village 

Riviere Beaudette, Village. 

St. Clet 

St. Ignace 

St. J oseph de Soulanges 

St. Polyoarpe 

St. Polyoarpe, Village 

St. Taesphore 

St. Zotique 



195. Stanstead. 



Barford . . 
Bam.ston . 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



1,049 

688 

659 

1,430 

1,607 

750 

638 

1,511 

1,057 

1,211 

1,140 

18,582 

1,405 
756 

1,335 

2,925 

1,543 
818 
528 

1,083 
903 
963 
304 

1,788 
733 

1,762 
441 

1,007 



11,764 

1,931 

2,112 

2,299 

824 

2,959 

344 

581 

714 

9,632 

343 

547 

532 

231 

930 

1,462 

1,636 

1,514 

405 

1,100 

• 932 

9,079 

1,299 



Angli- 
cans. 



15 

20 

3 

51 

" 10 

45 

9 

10 

" 10 

2,226 

89 
212 
235 
317 



3 

35 
153 
110 



388 

42 

232 

379 

31 

3,278 

822 
252 

280 
810 
239 
610 
256 



58 



4 

2,876 

70 
463 



Pres- 

by- 

tenans. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



10 



4 

3 

12 

17 

3 

971 

162 

125 

73 

365 

137 

26 

83 



21^ 



200 
14 

344 
' 47 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



49 
6 

6 

4 

" 15 
36 

" 53 

1,696 

59 

89 

247 

283 



12 

52 

173 

4 

2 

183 

67 
153 
246 

26 

1,443 

606 

85 

69 

385 

129 

94 

72 

3 

17 

1 

" 14 
1 



3,278 

30 

656 



tists. 



13 



230 

68 
9 
9 
8 



194 

46 
24 
10 
56 
22 
6 
30 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



892 

102 
259 



31 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



263 





Lu- 












Sal- 










Vari- 






Greek 
Church. 


ther- 
ans. 


Con- 

grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


va- 

tiou 

Army. 




Mor- 


Pa- 
gans. 


Prot- 


ous 
Sects. 


Unspe- 
cified. 














vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 







es- 






N° 


EgUse 
Greo- 
que. 


Lu- 
th^- 
riene. 


tion- 
alista. 


ren. 


ciples. 


ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 

m& 

du 

Salut. 




mons. 


Pay- 
ens. 


tants. 


Au- 

tres 
sectes. 


Non- 
sp&i- 
fi^s. 
































1 






























2 




























" 1 


3 














■ 6 














■■ 1 


4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 




1 


549 

" 2 
280 






189 

2 
20 


1 




4 






25 


104 

3 

" 6 


21 

" 1 


12 
13 
14 




"■ 1 


208 

"lO 
" 2 

■43 

' 3 

1 






" 1 

"17 
6 

"3S 

1 

60 

54 


" 1 




3 
1 






"20 

" 5 


3 

"11 

1 

5 

73 

2 


10 
" 1 

" 4 

1 
4 


15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 




6 


403 


31 




63 


66 


19 


1 






43 


135 


6 






2 


28 
22 
20 


5 


•• 


10 


" 8 


" 1 
6 


. '.'. 








89 

7 


1 


29 
30 
31 




1 


272 


"26 






16 


1 


1 




.\ 


"13 


"17 


" 4 


32 




3 


26 
21 
14 






" 1 
52 


42 


7 
" 4 








" 4 

26 

2 


7 
15 


1 

2 
" 2 


33 
34 
35 
36 

.37 
38 
























" 1 








39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
























" 1 








44 
45 
46 
47 




IS 


667 
"21 






1,157 

26 
220 


2 


13 
" 1 


1 


1 


•• 


4 


615 
■35 


25 


48 
49 



264 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
21 

28 
29 
■id 
.31 
32 
33 
34 



35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Beebe Plains, Village. . . 
Coaticook, Town— Ville. 

Dixville, Village 

Hatley 

Hatley, N., Village 



Magog, Town — Ville 

Rock Island, Village . . . . 

Stanstead 

Stanstead Plain, Village . 



196. Temiscouata.. 



Cabano, Packington & niiovg. 

ter — Ter. non-org 

Caoouna 

Cacouna, Village 

Fraserville, Town — Ville . . 

lie Verte 

Notre-D. des Sept Douleurs. . 

Notre-Dame du Lac 

Notre-Dame du Portage (pb). 

Riviere du Loup 

St. Antonin 

St. Arsene 

St. Clement 

St. Cyprien 

St. Eloi 

St. Epiphane 

Ste. Fransoise 

St. Franjois-Xavier <fc St. 

Hubert 

St. Honore 

St. .lean de Dieu & Randot. . 

St. Louis du Ha-Ha 

St. Modwte 

St. Paul de la Croix 

Ste. Rose du Degele 

Trois-Pistcles 



197. Terrebonne. 



New Glasgow, Village , . . . 

Ste. AdMe 

Ste. Agathe 

Ste. Agathe, Village . . 
Ste. Anne des Plaines. . . 

St. Faustin 

St. Hypolite 

St. Janvier 

St. JerSme 

St. Jer6me, Town— Ville. . 

St. J ovite 

St. Louis de Terrebonne. . . 

Ste. Lucie 

Ste. Marguerite . . 

St. Sauveur 

Ste. Sophie 

Ste. Ther&e 

Ste. Therese, Village 

Terrebonne, Town — Ville . 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Remains. 



1,S3 

1,823 

76 

937 

72 

395 

2,655 

282 

229 

298 

28,899 



638 

701 

583 

4,455 

2,256 

337 

1,831 

441 

698 

1,186 

1,093 

1,023 

585 

970 

1,277 

708 

1,380 
452 

1,357 

1,712 
817 
844 
963 

2,592 

25,738 

101 

1,542 

1,667 

1,008 

1,728 

1,246 

927 

1,016 

1,996 

3,571 

1,655 

726 

874 

808 

1,368 

883 

1,431 

1,515 

1,676 



Angli- 



75 
363 
147 
453 

39 
165 
492 
105 
400 
104 

75 



2 

379 

1 

' 12 



14 

121 

28 

100 



Prea- 

by- 
terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



376 
31 



112 

102 

42 

20 

27 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



164 
423 

13 
434 

15 
140 
230 

76 

],058 

139 

17 



15 



145 



12 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



33 
166 

168 
21 

' 30 

31 

2 

63 

17 

15 



10 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 
ho- 
bors. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



265 



Greek 
Chviroh , 



Eglise 
Greo- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 

the- 
riens. 



13 



Con- 

grega- 
tion- 
alista. 



6 
9 

'il3 

"l5 
11 
91 

377 
21 



Breth- 
ren. 



Dis- 
ciples. 



Ad- 
vent- 
is ts. 



29 
20 
13 

172 
24 
91 
32 
20 

509 
1 



Jews. 



J uif s. 



16 



12 



19 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 
m^e 
du 

Salut. 



Friends. 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 
ens. 



Prot- 



tants. 



93 



115 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 



Au- 

tres 
Sectes 



19 

14 

3 

248 

100 

7 

7 

32 

122 

28 



12 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 
speoi- 



266 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romatns. 



Angli- 
cans. 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

tenens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 
bors. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 



28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
61 
62 
63 



198. Trois-Rivieres & St. 
Maurice 



Banlieue & Trois- Rivieres . . . 
b. Notre-Dame, W.-Q.^ Trois- 
St. Louis, do I Rivieres 

d. St. Philippe, do j City — 

e. Ste. Ursule, do 1 Cit6. 

/. Pointe du Lac 

g. St. Bamabe 

h. St. Boniface (Shawinigan) . . . 

St. Elie de Oaxton 

j. St. Etienne des Gr^s 

k. St. Mathieu 

I. St. Severe 

Yaniachiche 

Yamachiohe, Village 

Unorg. ter — Ter. non-org 

199. Vaudreuil 

Conio, Village 

6. Dorion, Village 

Pointe Fortune, Village 

d, Rigaud 

Rigaud, Village 

/. Ste. J eanne de I'lle Perrot. . . 

Ste. Justine de Newton 

h. St. Lazare 

Ste. Marthe 

J. Tr^s St. R^dempteur 

k. Vaudreuil 

L Vaudreuil, Village 

200. Wright 

Aumond 

b. Aylmer, Town — Ville 

Ajl» in 

d. Bigelow & Blake 

Boucliette 

/. Bouthillier 

Bowman 

h. Cameron 

i. Eardley 

j. Egan 

k. Hmcks ; 

I. Hull, City— Cite 

m. Hull 

Kensington 

Low 

p. Maniwaki 

q. Masham 

Northfield 

Pointe 6atine.au, Village . . . 
t. Sicotte, Lytton & Baskatong. 

Templeton 

V. Robertson & Pope 

Wabasee 

Wakefield & Denholm 

y. Wright 

Unorg. ter — Ter. non-org. ., . 



25,786 

755 
1,054 
3,976 
3,218 
1,424 
1,336 
2,289 
3,761 
1,370 
1,741 

544 

864 
2,194 
],099 

161 

9,782 

346 

251 

181 

1,528 

764 

817 

1,357 

1,348 

1,365 

442 

998 

385 

36,205 

643 

1,745 

216 

341 

1,393 

272 

294 

562 

708 

1,513 

661 

12,986 

2,132 

485 

1,045 

1,453 

1,224 

381 

1,574 

574 

2,874 

488 

222 

1,104 

1,091 

224 



152 



29S 

183 

14 

16 

5 

8 

2 

7 

46 

15 



2,740 

7 
255 
239 

'" 14 

5 
1 

331 
16 
99 

415 

618 
12 
93 
10 

162 
62 

" 38 
103 



221 

136 

3 



142 

3 
34 
65 

' 29 



175 

13 

1 

52 



108 
1 



2,983 

2 
134 
239 

7 
1 
5 

"■ 47 

132 

39 

22 

398 

570 

27 

25 

43 

404 

6 

4 

26 

444 

2 

"323 

79 

4 



27 



172 

76 

9 

15 



22 



2,237 

6 
133 
111 

6 



13 

301 

21 

'l04 
623 

125 
5 

274 

81 

2 

6 

138 



226 
62 



1 

304 

' 21 



65 
80 

3 

7 

161 
15 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



267 



Greek 
Church. 



Gglise 
Greo- 
que. 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 

the- 
riens. 



Con- 
grega- 

tion- 
alists . 



Breth- 
ren. 



145 

" 1 

128 



11 
3 



Dis- 
ciples. 



Ad- 
vent- 
ists. 



37 



32 



Jews. 



Juifs, 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 

du 
Salut 



20 



Friends. 



Mor- 
mons. 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 
ens. 



Prot- 
es- 
tants. 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 



Au- 

tres 

sectes. 



26 



5 
21 



1 

74 



13 



49 



.Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 
speci- 



CO 
' 1 

'l2 



25 

' 2 
' 1 



1 

2 

3 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 



16 
1." 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 



13 



29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 



268 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



201. Yamaska.. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



La Baie du Febvre 

La Visitation 

Notre-Danie de Pierreville . 

Pierreville, Village 

St. David d'Yamaska 

St. Elph^ge 

St. Franjois 

St. Michel d Yamaska 

St. Pie de Guire 

St. Thomas de Pierreville . . 

St. Zephirin de Courval 

Yamaska, Village 



Unorganized Districts- 
Districts non-organises 

Abitibi "I 



Mistassini.. 
A shuanipi . 



;/ 



Tlie Territories, . . 



202. Alberta. 



^tna 

Airdrie 

Alpaugh 

Anthracite 

Athabaska Landing 

Banff 

Beaumont 

Beaver Dam 

Beaver Lake 

Beaver Lake, Bast — Est 

Beaver Lake, West— Guest. 

Blairmore 

Blindman , 

Boundary Creek 

Bowden 

Bruderheim 

Burnt Lake 

Calgary, Centre 

Calgary, East— Est 

Calgary, North — Nord 

Calgary, South — Sud 

Calgary, West — Guest 

Canmore 

Cardston.'. 

Carstairs 

Cassils 

Clover Bar 

Cochrane 

Colchester 

Conjuring Creek 

Coutts 

Cowley 

Creuzot 

Cut Bank 

Davisburg 

Didsbury 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Remains. 



16,106 

1,902 

560 

996 

1,105 

2,044 

717 

2,.551 

1,575 

1,268 

932 

1,694 

762 



646 

30,073 

12,957 

3 
1 

27 

33 

208 

23 

325 

5 

286 

37 

49 

71 

8 
33 

1 
15 
24 
47 
69 
35 
78 
308 
155 

7 

2 
31 
27 
51 
27 
82 
20 
27 
162 
12 
27 

2 



Angli- 



61 



463 



25,366 



2 
10 
26 
49 
30 
87 
41 
11 
11 

3 
37 
64 
73 
15 
94 

4 

308 

300 

216 

204 

225 

71 

5 

11 

21 

68 

43 

101 

6 

23 
70 
71 
38 
36 
4 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 
teriens. 



27,806 

10,655 

2 

20 

48 

7 

18 

87 

88 

31 

93 

1 

64 

70 

47 

12 

134 

51 

39 

418 

239 

248 

180 

210 

81 

24 

56 

13 

92 

103 

41 

2 

19 

66 

29 

62 

102 

41 



Metho- 
dists. 



Metho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



22,151 
9,623 



29 

34 

39 

11 

40 

47 

22 

11 

2 

33 

25 

117 

7 

94 

26 

56 

293 

162 

174 

138 

163 

46 

30 

19 

7 

195 

8 

91 

18 

10 

24 

41 

10 

17 

28 



1 




1 




5,340 


76 


2,722 


76 






62 
3 




4 
21 




3 




3 

27 




5 

" 35 
112 


" 1 



58 
79 
33 
59 
5 

5 
1 

23 
1 
8 

62 

23 
17 

2 

2 

18 



4,273 
522 



8,700 



1 
59 



364 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



269 

















Sal- 
















&reek 


Lu- 
ther- 


Con- 










va- 
tion 






Pa- 




Vari- 


Unspe- 




Jhurch. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jewa. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


ous 
Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


^ 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


Au- 


— 


N°. 


Eglise 


Lu- 








isCB. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


rion 




Greo- 
que. 


th^- 
riens. 


alists. 


» 








du 

Salut. 






ens. 




tres 
Seotes 


sp^ci- 
fiees. 














33 


















1 






. 




































2 










































3 












• ■ 


















; 










4 








" 






























■ 






6 




• 












"33 






















■ 




7 

8 

9 

10 


•• 




































. 




11 
12 




1 








.. 








\ 








1,285 




7,197 


12,097 


571 


221 


264 


343 


538 


223 


86 


3,225 


5,275 


915 


1,931 


2,269 




4,618 


5,810 


347 


75 


191 


215 


242 


82 


33 


3,212 
252 


2,488 


388 


1,457 


1,275 


13 




































14 






ioi 






■ 3 


" 5 


















' 1 


"14 


"54 


15 






15 


" 2 








.. i .. 










18 








1 


16 


































" 1 




17 






6 


1 










' 1 
















1 


"21 


18 






8 
















; , ' 














2 

1 


19 
20 


" 50 


" 5 




























" 1 




21 


26 


"56 




1 
























"12 


" 5 


22 
23 


3 


14 

84 


' 1 
1 




1 


" 9 


" 1 


















4 
9 


114 


24 
25 


■■ 12 


13 

8 












t 






"90 










" 1 


" 9 


26 
27 


"313 


63 
190 


" 8 


" 7 








1 














' 2 


131 
9 


"21 


28 
29 


1 


40 
61 
69 
28 
23 


7 
6 

" 6 


" 7 


" 3 


"ll 
1 


" 7 


"22 

8 

"u 

1 




2 






' 5 




' 1 


17 
7 

24 
1 


112 

"13 

5 

20 


30 
31 
32 
33 
34 


9 


47 
1 


5 
3 
















'828 






3 


.SO 


"l4 


38 
36 




1 




! 






















" 7 




37 


3 


1 

33 


" 3 




" 2 


' 1 




" 1 






"2 








'20 


"19 
9 


1 


38 
39 
40 


1 


400 


1 




' 1 






















222 




41 


139 


119 
1 










•• 


" 4 






"l6 










4 


13 


42 
43 


1 


I 
11 

1 
1 
] 


" 1 
11 


■ 6 


" 5 
' 6 












" 1 










" 3 

" 5 
32 


1 

5 
4 

"51 


44 

45 
46 

47 
48 



270 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

38 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 



!/'■ 



d". 
p. 



38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
4? 
48 
49 

eo 

51 

62 

53 '*». 

54 «=. 
S6 m». 



V2, 



S6 
57 



60 
61 



Doepound 

Duhamel 

. Edmonton, East — Est 

. Edmonton, West — Quest . . 

Egg Lake 

Pishbum 

Fort Saskatchewan 

Frederickheim.. 

Gladys 

Gleichen 

Glengarry 

Grassy Lake 

High River 

Horse Hills 

Innisfail 

Josephburg 

Jumping Pound 

Kananaskis 

Kimball 

Knee Hill 

Lao La Biohe 

Laoombe 

Lac Ste. Ann'; 

. Laggan 

Lamerton 

Lamoureux. 

Langdon 

Leavitt 

. Leduc 

. Legal 

Lethbridge, North — Nord . 

Lethbridge, South — Sud. . . 

Lineham 

Little Bow 

Little Bed Deer 

Livingston 

Logan 

Maoleod 

Magrath . . . . 

Millarville 

Millet 

Morley 

Morinville 

Mountain Mill 

Mountain View 

Nanton 

New Norway 

Nose Greek 

Okotoks 

Olds 

Olsen 

Pakan 

Pekisko 

Penhold 

Pincher Creek 

Pine Greek 

Pine Lake 

Plant 

Ponoka 

Poplar Lake 

Porcupine 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



2 

196 

197 

574 

127 

19 

114 

18 

1 

70 

169 

27 

19 

81 

20 

11 

11 



23 
630 

48 
476 

11 

24 
333 

16 

123 
228 
333 
279 
12 
2 

52 

25 

309 

1 
14 
57 
14 
396 
49 

1 
11 
64 
29 
36 
68 
22 
34 
10 

2 

211 

42 

1 

88 

206 

24 

19 



Angli- 



20 
58 

195 

260 

7 

12 

296 
12 
89 

216 

■ 31 
61 
83 

229 

56 

64 

3 

"139 

16 

303 

22 
20 
99 
16 
40 
7 

78 
8 

107 

313 
22 
15 
22 

116 
43 

475 

"112 

45 



1 
5 
38 
39 
83 

114 

125 
25 
75 
32 
91 

181 
92 
95 
19 

115 
61 
19 



Prea- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



13 

67 

292 

321 

1 

23 

334 

12 

81 

69 

12 

8 

265 

60 

321 

159 

44 

1 

26 

63 

1 

365 

10 

10 

49 

7 

30 

'l60 

137 

479 

23 

24 

11 

46 

21 

290 

5 

51 

67 

12 

■ 17 

30 

15 

41 

110 

281 

350 

40 

6 

10 

124 

192 

155 

15 

5 

251 

207 

29 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
diBtes. 



1 

41 

205 

180 

9 

17 

153 

12 

20 

29 

9 

9 

31 

30 

233 

74 

23 

9 

102 

8 

508 

9 

36 
7 

33 
6 

97 

' 85 

171 

19 

3 

18 

27 

214 

■ 16 

99 

695 

5 
20 
11 
85 
62 
87 

332 

.32 

52 

3 

91 

123 
32 
11 
17 

528 

102 
19 



\ 

Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



13 

78 

60 

2 

' 12 

307 

7 

14 

1 
13 

11 

22 

2 

10 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



10 



14 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



•1 



19 
37 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



271 



Greek 


Lu- 
ther- 


Con- 










Sal- 
va- 
tion 






Pa- 




Vari- 
ous 

Sects. 


Unspe- 
cified. 




Church. 


ans. 








Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 






gans. 


Prot- 








grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 










Mor- 












— 


— 








vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 




— 


es- 






N" 


Eglise 
Greo- 


Lu- 

th6- 


tion- 
alists. 


ren. 


ciples. 


ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 
du 




mons. 


Pay- 
ens. 


tants. 


Au- 

tres 

sectes. 


Non 
sptei- 
fiees. 




que. 


riens . 








































Salut. 




























' 
















1 




'200 




















"56 


" 8 


"10 


2 


'" 70 


23 


" 5 


' 4 




■ 9 


"10 


" 4 








1 


21 


7 


3 


1 


41 

1 

21 


3 


6 






7 




1 
4 






2 


9 


22 
6 

4 


4 
5 
6 


3 


51 

17 

1 


" 1 
4 
6 






"36 




" 1 










1 


22 


7 
8 
9 


2 


19 

7 

13 


















'827 


"17 


2 


" 6 
"27 


10 
11 
12 
13 


1 


" 7 
22 


"12 


"10 




" 6 




" 1 










" 9 

1 


"]8 


14 
15 


" 14 


111 

2 
1 
1 




" 7 












'265 






40 


12 
" 1 


16 
17 
18 
19 




7 


"l3i .. 








" 7 










"n 


26 


20 






























21 




"66 


"11 


" 4 




"14 






1 


" 1 




"u 


"64 
" 1 


" 8 
" 4 


22 
23 
24 




" 2 


" 2 
























25 


1 


2 






" 4 










'.372 






" 2 

1 


" 8 
2 
4 


26 
27 
28 


" 22 


130 


" 5 






"20 












"35 
9 


"13 


13 


29 
30 


2 


9 






















"15 


'165 


31 


12 


21 

1 

" 2 


4 

2 

1 


" 1 


" 2 


" 1 
" 2 




"lO 




"30 
" 6 






43 
2 
1 


7 

17 


32 
33 
34 
35 
36 


1 


"30 


" 1 






" 9 














" 2 


26 


37 


4 


8 
1 


5 

" 2 

5 




" 1 

he 


" 5 






1 


"13 

492 

'381 


314 


"18 


30 
3 
3 

41 

"91 


17 
2 
1 

4 


38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 


1 


1 

254 

69 

15 


" 7 
" 1 


" 2 
" 1 


"15 
















8 
23 

" 1 


4 
19 

3 
10 


46 
47 
48 
40 




6S 


10 


1 


3 


"12 












"68 


53 


20 


50 




8 
















" 2 






6 




51 


"196 


" 3 

"89 
26 


" 2 

•1 

" 5 


" 1 










1 


" 1 




" 6 


"23 


3 

4 


52 
53 
54 
55 
56 


■ ' 


























1 


57 


•" 


76 


























58 


' • 


171 


"32 


" 7 




"44 










"56 


"44 


"84 


"44 


59 


5 


4 


7 


1 








" 5 








21 


? 


1 


60 
61 



272 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. Districts. 



Pretty Hill 

Priddis 

Queenstown 

Quill Lake 

Rabbit Hills 

Red Deer.. 

Red Deer Lake 

Red Lodge . . 

Rosebud 

Rose Ridge 

St. Albert 

Ste. Emerence 

St. Pierre 

Saddle Lake 

Shepard . . 

Springbank 

Spruce Grove 

Stand Off 

Star 

Sterling , 

Stony plain Centre 

Strathcona, East — Est . . . 
Strathcona, West — Quest . 

Sturgeon 

Tail Creek 

TindastoU 

Two Lakes 

Urquhart 

Wetaskiwin 

Whitefish Lake 

■White Whale Lake .... 

Whitford 

Willow Dale 

Wintering Hills 

Woodpecker 

Wostock 

Yarrow 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 



203. Assiniboia, East-Sst 



Alameda 

Alma 

Balcarres 

Beaverdale . . . 
Bellegarde . . . . 
Benbecula . . . . 
Beresina . . . 
Broadview , . . 

Brookside 

Carievale 

Carlsruhe. 
Carlyle ....... 

Cannington . . . 
Carndutf ... . 

Carnoustie. . 
Chiokney. . . . 

Churchbridgc . 

Clare 

Clumber 

Cotham 

Crescent 



129 

16 

120 

7 

20 

244 

914 

477 

406 

210 

19 

29 

261 

121 

106 

10 
64 
260 
10 
80 

16 
26 

546 
98 
71 
51 
23 
19 
4 

191 
16 

7,521 

34 
214 

31 

68 
234 

98 

21 
218 

40 

1 

127 

25 
8 



Angli- 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 
by 

teriena. 



4 
33 

"' 23 
10 

162 
22 

4 
25 
11 

7 

4 

19 

52 

116 

29 

155 

32 

1 

'"l80 

151 

29 

72 

15 

7 

60 

161 

3 

86 
62 
18 
.5 
2 
14 

6,969 

158 
31 
43 
58 
28 
11 
20 
164 
46 
64 
19 
104 
134 
129 
22 
25 
45 
21 
21 
38 
52 



15 

41 

13 

10 

76 

192 

40 

20 

18 

32 

17 

6 

2 

2 

34 

29 

72 

32 

34 

16 

47 

148 

376 

52 

33 

26 

1 

98 

270 

1 

8 

39 

81 

33 

5 

17 

33 

10,327 

241 
58 
40 

158 
39 

111 
37 

249 

156 

126 
13 

300 
55 

257 
40 
51 
11 

208 
87 

' 26 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



4 
5 

2 

37 

300 

95 

34 

6 
19 
15 

2 

2 

139 

39 

57 

76 

8 
115 

" 18 

158 

265 

99 

47 

18 

15 

182 

349 

222 

141 

77 

113 

18 

3 

15 

21 

7,906 

238 
69 
42 
80 
62 
20 
1 
98 
27 

258 
29 

166 
91 

304 

7 

83 

9 

131 

111 

" 59 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 



tists. 



91 

33 

20 

1 

3 

8 

234 

1 

3 

' 15 



13 

1,611 

16 
1 

" 15 

11 

4 

1 

31 
18 
54 
40 
14 
3 
31 



20 



50 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



101 



58 



5,975 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



273 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 
cified. 




Church. 


ans. 








Ad- 


.Tews. 


Army. 






gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 








grega- 


Brath- 


Dis- 










Mor- 










— 


— 


tiou- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


— 


Non 
sp6ci- 
fiees. 


N° 


EgHse 


Lu- 








is ts. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 




Greo- 


the- 


alists. 










m^e 






ens. 




tres 




que. 


riens. 












du 










seotes. 


















Salut. 
























.. 1 .. 


217 
















1 














^ 














" 2 




2 


































3 


































4 


■"143 


'256 

m 

412 
13 

"30 

" 1 
1 


"14 
32 


" 4 
" 1 




"l5 
1 






" 1 

" 1 
" 1 


6 






145 


"20 


"60 
19 

27 
7 

" 1 

1 


2 
36 
16 

1 
1 
6 

9 

2 


5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 


7 


318 


" 6 






" 7 














l|i08 




2 
2 


"97 

7 


17 

18 


".<538 


"73 
























" 2 


3 


1 


19 






















■422 








2 


20 


■■ 


555 






















"18 


" 2 




21 


1 


27 


















" 6 




1 


17 


7 


22 


40 


45 


" 7 












" 1 


2 


17 






34 


1 


23 


4 


8 














1 




7 






4 


6 


24 






" 1 




















" 1 






1 


25 




'126 




























21 


26 




5 






























27 




22 


" 6 


' 3 


" 8 










6 












"13 


28 




801 


75 




1 


" 7 












' 8 


"11 


"31 


80 


35 


29 
30 


' * 


3 




" 1 












1 






" 3 




"10 


2 


31 


i|563 


9 
11 
















8 








" 1 


5 


5 

2 


.S2 
33 
34 
35 


i',629 


"19 


























•• 


•• 


36 
37 


2,193 


4,118 


154 


97 


46 


27 


293 


64 


51 


13 


1,590 


78 


211 


391 






17 




4 


2 




46 


8 










2 


2 


38 


* ■ 


2 
10 
56 
12 
























11 


2 


39 


"104 


"17 




" 4 


" 3 


" 1 




4 










" 2 
4 
2 




40 
41 
42 
43 


" 46 


461 
14 

" 5 


" 1 
3 

"10 




' 3 
"12 




" 2 


' 1 


\[ 






314 




"11 


" 5 

3 

10 

28 


44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 


■■ 20 


217 

5 


" 5 








" 5 




1 






"93 








1 


7 

1 

98 

4 

118 

" 1 
6 
1 


" 8 
■ 9 


" 2 


" 5 


"10 


"23 


" 5 


1 

1 

1 
1 










" 8 
" 7 


" 9 
" 2 


51 
52 
53 
64 
55 
56 


•• 


" 7 




" 2 
















" 9 


" 1 


" 3 


57 
58 



A— 18 



274 



CENSUS OP CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 





Districts & S. -Districts. 


Koman 
Catholics. 

Catholi- 

ques 
Remains. 


Angli- 
cans. 


Pres- 
by- 
terians. 

Pres- 

,Vy- 

tenens. 


Metho- 
dists. 

Metho- 
distes. 


Baptists. 


Men- 
non- 

ites. 




No. 


Bap- 
tists. 


Free 
Bap- 
tists. 


Douk. 
ho- 
bors. 


1 




1,037 

34 

177 

5 

17 

9 

9 

14 

13 

97 

1 

16 

208 

6 

47 

84 

278 

5 

1 

20 

54 

37 

21 

32 

19 
267 

69 
9 

83 
117 
390 

34 

70 
23 
8 
1 
62 
60 
94 

63 

143 

17 

4 

106 

155 

6 

170 

11 

24 

1 

2 

347 

75 


44 
10 
39 
47 

8 
13 

5 
80 
67 
32 
34 
25 
34 
125 
39 

" 91 

149 

102 

40 

43 

116 

78 

238 

27 

5 

13 

40 

86 

" 13 

262 

8 

72 

9 

25 

83 

44 

19 

13 

9 

47 

38 

31 

■ 26 

378 

"l41 

26 

4 

"l52 
217 
2i) 
28 
79 
64 
316 
55 


" 76 
7 

40 
134 
141 

35 

28 
130 

65 
150 
103 

38 

14 
235 

93 

" 35 

164 

122 

25 

95 

99 

76 

131 

54 

20 

69 

122 

60 

" 50 

383 

6 

30 

68 

69 

167 

13 

5 

5 

8 

68 

225 

136 

1 

77 

286 

7 

170 

33 

67 

71 

251 

204 

14 

145 

35 

32 

273 

118 


" 60 

■■ 17 
56 
25 
17 
4 
34 
59 
21 
85 

7 

153 

30 

15 

1 

1,54 

221 

69 

230 

40 

220 

178 

6 

5 

15 

109 

21 

" 19 

357 

10 

33 

3 

9 

141 

8 

3 

1 
76 
90 
69 

■ 43 

224 

21 

94 

49 

1 

345 

4 

24 

65 

87 

35 

194 

69 


4 
6 

4 

1 
311 
3 
2 
21 
9 
4 

1 
22 

1 

2 
53 
16 
71 

" 27 
.38 

2 

8 
25 

2 
2 
1 

8 
1 

2 

8 

15 

1 

" 12 

108 

10 

25 

6 

■ 19 

3 

2 

44 

41 

3 


* 




41 
" 2 




•2 


w. Dalesboro 




4 


3^. De--il8 Lake . 

z. Dongola 


1,187 


6 


a^. Dunleath 




7 
8 


6'. Ebenezer 

(ji. Echo 




9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 


di. EUisboro 

e*. Estevan 

/'. Fairmede 

g^. Ferndale 

h\ Ejle Hills 

t^. Fishing Lake 

j^. Fleming 

ii. Fletwode 


•■ 


IS 






19 
20 

^1 


n". Fort Qu'Appelle 

o' . Gainsboro 

p^. Glen Adelaide 




22 

9S 


?i. Glen Ewen 

r^. Glen Lvnn 


•• 


24 
2.5 
''6 


ji. Grenfell, North— Nord 

«-. Grenfell, South— Sud 

u^, Hayward 


•• 


27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
S3 


1)1. Heron 

«>', Highview 

xK Hillburn 

y'^. Hillfarm 

z^. Horse Lake 

a-. Hyde 

b-. Indian Ht^ad 




34 


c*. Insinger . 


102 


35 
36 

37 


d'^. Katepwa 

e-. Kamsack 


2,241 


38 


a^, Kenlis 




39 


h^, Kinbrae. . 




40 


i", Kranzberg 




41 
42 


j-. Langenburg 

k". McNutt 




43 
44 

45 
46 
47 
48 
40 


C-. Maryfield 

m'-. Moffittt 

n^. Montgomery 

o". Montmartre 

p2. Mooaun.in, North — Nord 

q"^. Moosomin, South — Sud 

?•-. Newdorf 




50 
51 


s^. New Hastings 

«2. North Portal 




52 
53 


u'. Ohlen 

1)2. Otthon 




,=i4 


w^. Oxbow 




55 


X-. Pelly 


2,418 


5fi 
57 
58 


?/'. Perceval 

z^. Percy 

a''. Pheasant Forks 


59 

eo 

61 


i". Prosperity 

c'. (Qu'Appelle 

(?=. Qu'Appnlle, South— Sud .... 





RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



275 

















Sal- 


















Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


[Jnspe- 




Church. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


•Tews. 


Army, 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


— 


— 


N" 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 


Non 




Greo- 


the- 


alists. 






* 




mee 






ens. 




tres 


fiees. 




que. 


riena. 












du 










sectes. 


















Salut, 


















26 


















.. 1 








1 




9S 


























" 


" 9 


2 
3 


"415 


"l5 
























" 1 






4 


1 


68 


"' 3 




" 1 






















'" 1 


5 


1 




























" 1 


14 


6 


132 


"47 
















, , 








" 7 




2 


7 


6 


126 


"11 




.. 
























8 


1 


16 
16 




"is 










"17 












" 2 

" 7 


" 3 

2 


9 
10 
11 

12 




















1 




128 








13 


1 


" 1 
17 
14 


" 4 


" 2 
















77 






" 1 

1 


14 
15 
16 


1 


96 
154 


1 




" 2 


















" 3 


1 


17 
18 


1 


2 
8 
11 
4 
5 


" 1 
2 


"60 






' 7 






1 




, , 


•• 


" 1 

1 

1 

10 


"l4 
1 

"25 


19 
20 

21 
22 
23 


2 


76 
























" 2 


, 


24 


« 


17 

" 4 

"38 

1 

257 


" 3 
" 2 




" 2 






" 6 




1 








5 

1 

' 1 


9 

■■ 6 
" 2 
" 1 


25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 


1 


23 


■■ 9 














3 






" 1 


4 


2 


33 


572 


42 
10 
























1 
1 


3 


34 
35 


"248 


21 

3 

35 

1 


" 4 
5 




" 2 










" 13 






"l4 




1 
3 

1 


36 
37 
38 
39 
40 


2 


195 






















" 1 




, , 


41 


405 


"24 


"ll 








" 1 




" 1 


•• 








•• 


22 
1 


42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 




4 




2 








" 1 


14 


1 








"14 


8 


48 




413 


1 










7 








•• 






2 


49 
50 




"16 


1 










\\ 




1 












51 




304 


8 




















"11 




3 


52 


78 


3 
























" 2 




53 


4 


■■ 4 

100 

10 

76 


■ 2 










"78 
"63 


" 6 


1 




'189 
"71 


" 1 


9 


"39 
1 


54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 


2 


7 














" 3 






'335 


, . 


"l3 


4 


60 


1 




" 1 










•• 


•• 






•• 


2 


4 


61 



A— ISJ 



276 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S.-Districts. 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Komaina 



Angli- 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Pres- 

by- 

teriens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 



28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
.S6 
37 



40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
64 
55 
56 
57 



Red Jacket 

Riga 

Riversdale 

Rooanville 

Roche Percee 

St. Raffael 

Saltcoats 

Sheho 

Sintaluta 

Spring Creek 

Spy Hill 

Summerberry 

Tache 

Tiree 

Touchwood 

Wapella 

Wawota 

Weyburn 

Weybum, North— Nord 

Whitesand 

Whitewood 

Wide Awake 

Willocks 

Winlaw 

Wishart 

Wolseley 

Yorkton 



204. Assinlboia, West- 
Ouest 



Arat 

Balgonie 

Big Stick Lake 

Boharm 

Buck Lake 

Buffalo 

Carmel 

Caron 

Chamberlain 

Chaplin 

Clinton 

Cottonwood 

Coventry . . . . 

Crane Lake 

Craven 

Dirt Hills 

Dundum 

Dunmore 

Eagle Butte 

Eagle Quill Lake . 

East End 

East View 

Edenwold 

Elm Springs 

Fairville 

Feldman Lake . . . . 

Foster 

Grabum 

Grande Coulee . . . . 
Gull Lake 



60 

28 

109 

24 
71 
29 
3 
96 
10 
52 
16 

285 
29 

223 
81 

20 
46 
13 
90 
44 
1 

12 

160 

91 



3,142 

51 

91 

10 

1 



72 
8 
2 
21 
17 
19 
47 
14 

82 
2 
2 
2 

19 
7 
2 

33 



53 
25 
64 

3: 

33 

1 

156 

2 

155 

93 

38 



38 
20 
10 
95 
40 

'l77 

28 

157 

111 

50 



■51 


78 


.3C 


35 


12 


53 


]4t 


15 


22S 


323 


IS 


76 


2 


47 


42 


80 


.W 


30 


253 


407 


51 


53 




16 


21 


72 


27 


9 


84 


254 


264 


412 


3,117 


4,688 


18 


35 


35 


65 


3 


31 


9 


33 




3 


18 


15 


40 


39 


20 


80 


6 


23 


15 


14 


11 


42 


44 


113 


4 


19 


69 


30 


37 


40 


2 


7 


33 


24 


16 


60 


39 


28 


3 


9 


37 


5 


14 


16 


6 


8 


11 


1 


29 


90 


18 


33 


5 


15 


40 


78 


46 


40 


7 


21 



19 
16 
30 
23 
72 

" 69 
41 

243 
81 
51 

146 
5 
7 
3 

167 
48 
31 

113 
1 

124 
97 
41 
71 
36 

161 

399 



3,653 

24 
44 

1 

73 
27 

1 
47 
68 

2 
30 
14 
125 
34 
65 
41 

2 
74 

1 

8 

" 10 
36 
10 

7 
76' 

2 

2 
67 
60 

7 



52 
133 



896 

8 

37 

2 



10 



25 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



277 



Greek 
Church. 



Eglise 
Greo- 
que. 



94 

5 

15 



Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 



Lu- 

the- 
riens. 



Con- 

grega- 
tion- 
alists , 



1 
33 



Breth- 
ren. 



151 
14 



46 

20 j 

■iGo; 

4 

4 
11 

1 
23 



88 
97 



1,193 



214 
98 



Dis- 
ciples. 



51 



37 



Ad- 
vent- 
is ts. 



Jews. 



Juifs. 



Sal- 
va- 
tion 
Army. 



Ar- 

mee 
du 

Salut. 



60 



Friends. 



22 



60 



43 



Mor- 
mons. 



13 



Pa- 
gans. 



Pay- 
ens. 



126 



84 



Prot- 
es- 
tants. 



173 



106 



Vari- 
ous 
Sects , 



Au- 

tres 

sectes. 



12 



13 



Unspe- 
cified. 



Non 
tpeci- 
fi<5es. 



262 



3 

' 9 
6 

'44 

'10 
' 3 



108 



N° 



80 



1 
24 



254 



211 
1 
4 
4 



27 
2 



n 



12 



97 



33 



28 



256 



56 
57 



278 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the Peopl& 





Districts & S.-Districts. 


Roman 

Catholics. 

Catholi- 

ques 
Romains. 


Angli- 
cans. 


Pres- 
by- 
terians. 

Pres- 

by. 

tenens. 


Metho- 
dists. 

Metho- 
distes. 


. Baptists. 


Men- 
non- 
ites. 






No. 


Bap- 
tists. 


Bap- 
tists. 


Douk- 

ho- 
bors. 


1 
2 


e^. Hicksvale 

f-. Josephsburg 

g^. Kennbll , 


374 
12 

9 
20 

9 
76 

5 
187 

46 
35 
8 
20 
34 
21 

5 

"' 1 

15 

54 

369 

76 

118 

3 

270 

153 

20 

33 

5 

5 

74 

26 

15 

19 

2 

48 

5 

25 

57 

1 

" 362 
10 

5 

6,453 

51 

" 325 
297 
463 
460 

1 


10 
28 
24 
24 
4 
18 
32 

259 
18 

182 

111 

102 

27 

18Jl 

137 

91 

6 

7 

9 

29 

24 

7 

30 

16 

131 

88 

185 

116 

10 

37 

11 

36 

4f) 

23 

9 

3 

33 

37 

4 

17 

66 

10 

94 

34 

28 

6 

10 

27 

14 

6,392 

12 
3 

"l07 
344 

"lOl 


4 

19 

29 

56 

76 

47 

167 

205 

45 

255 

239 

125 

21 

267 

256 

227 

4 

28 

21 

11 

21 

54 

19 

9 

197 

184 

264 

152 

21 

38 

9 

6 

27 

47 

14 

18 

104 

38 

5 

8 

70 

10 

26 

79 

40 

41 

" 21 
47 

2,136 

15 

4 

3 

96 

10 

" 17 


105 
10 
14 
27 
10 
2 

102 

200 
55 

129 

182 

96 

35 

180 

1.35 

201 

8 

23 

30 

2 

1 

54 

3 

7 

164 

55 

93 

110 

42 

34 

81 

2 

14 

54 

31 

8 

99 

7 

■■ 18 
3 

" 33 

86 

63 

2 

4 

111 

969 
4 

'■ 12 

8 

" 31 


49 

76 
1 
8 

12 
1 
4 

22 
3 

66 

22 

35 

1 

57 

39 

40 

2 

2 

12 

7 
5 

3 

13 

19 

57 

23 

16 

18 

7 

2 

9 

6 
1 
8 

2 

2 

2 

1 

13 

1 
15 

112 


•• 


' 3 

3,683 
" 1 


2, 




4 


h^. Little Plume 




6 

7 


i^. Loon Creek 




8 

q 


l^. Maple Creek 

7/1^. Marlborough . . .... 




10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
IB 
17 


n^. Medicine Hat, North — Nord. 
0^. Medicine Hat, Northwest — 

Nor J-ouest 

p^. Medicine Hat, South— Sud. . 

9^. Milestone 

r^. Moosejaw, Northeast — N.E. . 

s^. Moosej.iw, South— bud 

t^. Moosejaw, West— Quest 

u^. Old Wives Lake 




18 
11 


?'^. Parkbeg 




20 
21 
22 
?3 


x'. Pend'Oreille 

y^. Pengarth 

z'-. Pioneer 

a''. Point Elma 




24 


6^ Red Deer 

o'^ Regina, Centre 




26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
.S4 


d^. Regina, East— Est 

e'. Regina, North— Nord 

/''. Regina, West -Quest 

g''. Rouleau 

A =. St. .Joseph.. 

i\ St. Mary 

j^. Saskatchewan Landing 

k^. Seven Persons 

P. Sherwood 




35 


m'^. Spicer 




.36 






37 
38 
39 
40 
41 


o". Stirling 

p''. Stony Beach 

q''. Strassburg 

r^. Surprise Valley 

s^. Swift Current 




4?, 


t". Thynne Flat 




43 


u^. Touchwood 




44 
45 
46 


v^. Walsh 

w^. Wascana 

x"^. Westview 




47 
48 


1/^ Willowbunch 

z'. Wood Mountain 




49 

50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 


a'. Yellow Grass 

205. Saskatche-wan 

a. Baljennie. 

b. Barrier River 

5. Batoohe 

i. Battleford, North— Nnrd . . . 
!. Battleford, South— Sud . ... 

/. BeUevue 

J. Birch Hills 






725 



---4 . / rZc s J e ( i , 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



279 

















Sal- 






-,■ 












Lu- 












va- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ans. 


grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 




Mor- 


gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 




— 


— 


tion- 


ren. 


ciples. 


vent- 


— ' 


— 


Friends. 


mons. 


— 


es- 


— 


— 


N° 


Eglise 


Lu- 








ists. 


Juifs. 


Ar- 






Pay- 


tants. 


Au- 


Non 




Greci- 


th6- 


alists. 










in^e 






ens. 




tres 


speci- 




que. 


riens. 












du 

Salut. 










spctes. 


tiees. 






56 


























1 




68 


" 1 


" 8 










" 1 














"'lo 


2 
3 

4 




".')2 


























■• 


" 1 


5 
6 




"lO 










■ 3 
















" 5 


3 


7 




2 




























21 


8 
9 


9 


"40 


" 6 












"" 2 












" 3 


"70 


10 




7 


' 1 




5 
1 






" 4 








" 3 




1 
1 


8 
2 


U 
12 




"17 


1 






















5 


3 


13 




5 






" 1 






" 1 












9 


1 


14 




1 






" 1 






1 
9 








"88 


" 3 


10 


17 
1 


15 
IG 




" 5 


" 2 
1 
8 
1 
























" 3 
1 


17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 




"13 


" 1 


■ 6 


" 1 


















■ 6 


■■ 2 


25 




80 


6 










"u 












4 


5 


26 


9 


8 




2 


". ! 




6 














7 


27 




2 




1 








1 










" 2 


" 1 




28 




6 








" 1 




















29 


4 


57 
140 

" 4 


" 1 






19 
















" 2 
" 2 


" 9 


30 
31 
32 
33 


























" 1 


, , 


34 




" 1 












" 1 












1 


, , 


35 






























36 


7 


"I8 
104 








" 7 










, , 






" 2 
4 


■■ 1 
3 

11 

1 


37 
38 
39 

40 


4 


" 7 
2 


■ 1 




13 






" 1 












"17 


2 
" 2 


41 
42 
43 


6 


■■ 2 


■■ 8 
1 








■ 1 














" 3 


14 


44 
45 






4 
























46 






























' 1 


47 
























" 3 








48 




" 6 
























" 2 




49 


337 


976 
1 


19 


12 


5 


41 


2 


34 


1 




1,091 


187 


155 


349 
? 


50 




























51 






















"28 








52 




16 


















'262 


" 1 
1 




" 1 

2 
b 


.53 

54 
55 
56 



•280 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table x. Religions of the People. 



No. 



Districts & S. Distriots. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
.57 
58 
59 
60 



a". 



Birch River 

Brancepeth 

Bre&aylor 

Butler 

Carlton 

Cedar Lake 

Colleston 

Crooked Lake 

Cumberland 

Devil Lake 

Domremy 

Duck Lake 

Ebenfeld 

EffK Lake 

I'lsh Creek 

Flett Springs 

Grand Rapids 

Green Lake. .' 

Hague 

Halcro 

Island Lake 

Kinistino 

Kirkpatrick 

La Come 

Lake La Ronge 

Meadow Lake 

Meota 

Mistawasis 

Montreal Lake 

Moose Lake 

Mossy Portage 

Muskeg Lake 

Nut Lake 

Onion Lake 

Osier •. 

Pas Mountain 

Pine Blu£f 

Prince Albert, East— Est. . 
Prince Albert, North— Nord 
Prince Albert, West — Ouest 

Red Deer 

Red Deer River. 

Rosthem 

Ste. Catherine. 

St. Leonard 

St. Louis 

St. Michael 

Saskatoon, East — Est 

Saskatoon; West — Ouest 

Sohmidtsburg 

Shellbrook 

Steep Creek 

Stony Creek 

Stony Lake 

Sturgeon Lake 

Sturgeon River 

The Pas 

Tief engrund , 

Waldheim 

Willoughby 



Roman 

Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Remains. 



Angli- 



Pres- 

by- 

terians. 



Metho- 
dists. 



Pres- Metho- 
distes. 
teriens. 





38 




103 


43 


118 


20 


112 


70 


22 




286 


35 


112 


171 




356 


192 


87 


306 


115 




724 


61 


381 


2 


165 




23 


34 


47 


79 


179 




1 


3 


1 


158 


5 


61 


7 


97 


10 


190 


36 


354 




60 


84 




98 




44 


21 


16 


74 




173 




5 


211 


13 


31 


25 


773 


135 


10 


1 




124 


75 


8 


174 


289 


45 


13 


192 


352 


8 


95 


11 


23 


72 


17 


5 


143 


9 


175 


203 


17 


90 


4 


45 


5 


14 


68 


<■ ■ 


" 16 




34 


28 


79 


43 




19 


663 




37 


19 


781 


35 




8 




18 


47 



128 

2 
29 
13 
29 

1 



22 
16 

3 

25 

124 

68 

37 

5 



9 

137 



547 
4 

103 
55 
25 
67 
14 
21 



50 
136 
1 
19 
26 
73 

1 

4 
4 



Baptists. 



185 

■ 33 
57 
14 
16 
20 
15 



69 

84 

' 45 

24 

168 



tists. 



Free 



tists. 



Men- 
non- 

ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



17 
352 



138 



166 



228 
3 



279 



170 



,168 
172 

345 



18 



54 
441 



703 
152 



EECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau x. Population par religions. 



281 





Lu- 












Sal- 










Vari- 






Greek 


ther- 


Con- 










va- 
tion 






Pa- 




ous 


Unspe- 




Church. 


ans. 






Ad- 


Jews. 


Army. 






gans. 


Prot- 


Sects. 


cified. 








grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 










Mor- 






















vent- 


— 


— 


Friends. 




— 


es- 






N° 


Eglise 
Grec- 
que. 


Lu- 

the- 
riens. 


tion- 
alists. 


ren. 


ciples. 


ists. 


Juifa. 


Ar- 

du 
Salut. 




mons. 


Pay- 
ens. 


tants. 


An- 

tres 

sectes. 


Non- 
speci- 
fi^es. 










.. 






.. 




.. 












1 






































2 






























"■ 6 




rt 
1 


i 


3 

4 




■'l3 


" 1 
1 




' 5 






















"114 




1 
"' 1 


5 
6 

7 
8 




" 1 


























"■ 1 

80 






1 


9 
10 
11 




'" 8 


























"41 






1 


12 




34 




























:: 20 




13 




































14 




'615 




























"10 




" 1 

"16 


15 
16 
17 

18 


1 


" 9 
1 

1 

"31 
"" 3 


" 1 

"' 6 

1 








"" 5 






" 2 

" 7 




1 

• 






"22 
"13 

" 1 
308 


" 2 


" 6 
' 3 


2 
14 

" 7 
4 

Kl 
8 

11 


19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 




























108 






" 2 


34 






































35 






























"51 








36 
37 




'" 9 
















" 6 












"■ 5 


"14 


■io2 


38 






























1 




114 


39 


6 




"" 1 














" 5 












9 




15 


40 
41 






2 






" 1 




" 1 


" 6 












■■ 4 


" 2 


" 3 


42 


"'329 


'i98 












1 


1 












40 


55 


3 


43 

44 






































45 




" 1 


































46 

47 




" 1 


"' 4 
2 






























5 
4 


48 
49 




■ 6 

4 








■ 1 






■■ 7 


















50 
51 

52 




"17 






' 7 


■" 4 


■' 5 
















"■43 
128 


1 .. 


"'23 


"■ 2 


53 

54 
55 
56 
57 
































"'lO 


1 


58 


1 


, 7 


' '• 








"■30 




















15 


" 3 


59 
00 



282 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901, 
Table x. Eeligions of tjie People. 



No. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Roman 
Catholics. 



Catholi- 

ques 
Remains. 



Angli- 
cans. 



Pres- 

by- 

tenans. 



Pres- 

by- 
teriens. 



Metho- 
dists. 



M^tho- 
distes. 



Baptists. 



Bap- 
tists. 



Free 
Bap- 
tists. 



Men- 
non- 
ites. 



Douk- 

ho- 

bors. 



206. Unorganized Terri 
tories— Ter. non-org 

Athabaska 

b. Franklin 

c. Keewatin 

d. Mackenzie 

c. Ungava 

/. Yukon 



9,580 

3,096 

035 

1,396 

' 4,453 



6,293 

264 

2,600 

184 

613 

2,632 



3,181 

23 
23 

5 

3,130 



4,485 

2 
2,619 



1,864 



583 



583 



Tableau x. Population par religions. 



















Sal- 














N" 


Greek 
Church. 


Lu- 
ther- 
ans. 


Con- 
grega- 


Breth- 


Dis- 


Ad- 

vent- 


Jews. 


va- 
tion 
Army. 


Friends. 


Mor- 


Pa- 
gans. 


Prot- 
es- 


Vari- 
ous 
Sects. 


Unspe- 
cified. 




Eglise 
Grec- 
que. 


Lu- 

the- 
riens. 


tion- 
alists. 


ren. 


ciples. 


ists. 


J uif s. 


Ar- 

mee 

du 

Salut. 




mons. 


Pay- 
ens. 


tants. 


Au- 

tres 

Sectes 


Non 
speci- 
fiees. 




35 


2,080 


197 


13 


37 


9 


163 


26 


19 


12 


339 


736 


675 


24,246 


1 






1 
















166 


61 


1 


3,001 


3 




1 


















165 




3 


2,500 


4 
5 
6 


" 35 


2; 079 


m 


"13 


"37 


" 9 


163 


"26 


" 19 


"12 


" 8 


'675 


'671 


3,631 

4,500 

10,614 



XI-XII. ORIGINS AND NATIONALITIES. 



XI-XII. ORIGINES ET NATIONALITES. 



284 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table xi. Origins of the People. 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



CANADA . 



BrltlsU Columbia.. 

1. Burrard 



a. Bennett & Atlin 

6. Cassiar (Stikine) 

c. Cassiar (Skeena) 

d. Vancouver, City — Cite . 



2. Ne'w ■Westminster.. 



a. Chilliwak 

b. Delta 

c. Dewdney 

d. New Westminster, City — Cite. , 

e. Richmond 



3. Vancouver. 



British — Britannique. 



English. 
Anglaise. 



Alberni 

b. Comox 

0. Cowichan 

d. Bsquimalt (part) 

e. Nanaimo, City — Cite..., 
/. Nanaimo, North — Nord. 
g. Nanaimo, South — Sud . . 
h. Victoria, North — Nord . . 

Victoria, South — Sud. . . 



4. Victoria 



a. Bsquimalt (part) 

6. Metchosin 

Victoria 

d. Victoria, City — Cite. 



5. Yale & Cariboo. 



Cariboo 

LUlooet, East— Est 

Lillooet, West — Quest 

Kootenay, East — Est, North 
Riding — Division Nord 

Kootenay, East — Est, South 
Riding — Division Sud 

Kootenay, West — Quest, Nelson 
Riding — Division Nelson 

Kootenay, West — Quest, Revel- 
stoke Ridine — Div. Revelstoke. 

Kootenay, West — Quest, Ross- 
land Riding — Div. Rossland. . . 

Kootenay, West — Quest, Slooan 
Riding — Division Slocan 

Yale, East— Est 

Yale, North— Nord 

Yale, West— Quest 



1,260,899 
52,863 

11,847 

494 

43 

1,059 

10,251 

6,853 

1,176 
1,291 
806 
2,272 
1,308 

7,993 

299 
970 
983 
133 

3,011 
527 

1,242 
404 
424 

10,847 

684 

107 

621 

9,435 

15,323 

271 
151 
184 

484 
1,746 
2,119 

910 

4,263 

1,475 

1,818 

1,189 

713 



Irislj. 

Irlan- 
daise. 



988,721 
20,658 

4,479 

228 

17 

474 

3,760 

3,142 

471 
724 
380 
1,037 
530 

1,626 

104 
273 
273 
34 
288 
133 
290 
145 



2,532 

94 

8 

168 

2,262 

8,879 

190 
108 
112 

334 

921 

1,185 
551 

2,712 

984 
846 
598 
338 



Scotch. 

Ecos- 
saise. 



Qtbers, 

Autres. 



800,154 
31,068 

7,160 

279 

42 

770 

6,069 

4,261 

614 
988 
533 
1,531 
595 

4,297 

153 
745 
4.S7 
85 
1,374 
272 
898 
223 
110 

4,183 

171 

15 

268 

3,728 

11,167 

277 

93 

157 

410 
1,114 
1,660 

626 

3,130 

1,470 

1,013 

787 

430 



13,415 

1,814 

308 

7 

3 

50 

248 

123 

5 
25 
18 
35 
40 

686 

11 

99 

27 

2 

200 
76 

219 
34 
18 

176 

6 

"lO 
160 

521 

19 
6 
1 

16 

57 

55 

39 

201 

38 
34 
37 

18 



French. 



Franjaise. 



1,649,371 
4,600 



790 

52 

2 

138 

598 



488 

33 
100 
127 
149 

79 

362 

37 
51 
77 

5 
48 
34 
71 

8 
31 

350 

12 

,31 
307 

2,610 

73 
18 
19 

72 

387 

358 

173 

754 

255 

218 

208 

75 



German 



AUe- 
mande. 



310,501 
5,807 



1,098 

120 

6 

101 

871 



669 

165 
181 
71 
142 
110 

459 

41 
41 
72 
11 
152 
9 
75 
33 
25 

716 

36 

5 

22 

653 

2,865 



36 
20 

71 
249 
422 

94 



326 
248 
133 



Dutch. 



Hollan- 
daise. 



33,845 



437 



10 



56 

5 

8 

21 

17 

5 

19 

4 
4 
3 

' 2 
2 
1 
1 
2 

52 
1 



46 

224 
8 

" 3 

28 

24 

28 

10 

63 

13 

37 

4 

6 



NoTB. — Austro-Hungarians include Bohemians, Galioians, Poles and Slavs ; 
Russians include Finns and Poles ; and Scandinavians include Danes, Icelanders, 



Germans include Poles ; 
Norwegians and Swedes. 



RECENSEMENT DU CANADA, 1901. 
Tableau xi. Population par origines. 



285 



Scandi- 
navian. 


Rus- 
sian. 


Austro- 
H«n- 
garian. 


Italian 


Jewish 


Swiss. 


Bel- 
gian. 


Half- 
breeds. 


Indian. 


Chinese 
and Jap- 
anese. 


Negro 


Various 
origins. 


Un- 
speci- 
fied. 


N° 


Scandi- 
nave. 


Russe. 


Aiistro- 
Hon- 
groise. 


Ita- 
lienne. 


Juive. 


Suisse 


Beige. 


M6tis. 


Sau- 
vage. 


Chinoise 

et Ja- 
ponaise. 


N^gre 


Origines 
diverses 


Non 
speoi- 
fi^es. 


31,042 


28,612 


18,178 


10,834 


16,131 


3,865 


2,994 


34,481 


93,460 


22,050 


17,437 


3,780 


31,5.S9 




4,880 


1,143 


1,377 


1,976 


543 


249 


410 


3,461 


25,488 


19,482 


532 


479 


1,390 




886 


112 


46 


216 


224 


38 


47 


372 


8,579 


4,449 


99 


138 


1,086 




72 

10 

352 

452 


16 

"so 

66 


8 

"lO 
28 


9 

" 4 
203 


7 

"l2 
205 


3 

"ll 
24 


1 
46 


"38 
201 
133 


78 

565 

7,044 

892 


1 

42 

1,566 

2,840 


2 

1 

5 

91 


3 

1 

25 

109 


653 

'377 
56 


1 
2 
3 

4 


647 


106 


154 


69 


19 


15 


10 


429 


2,801 


3,876 


31 


54 


19 




70 
254 

59 
160 
104 


1 
23 

8 
21 
53 


28 
99 

1 

19 

7 


"lO 
27 
19 
13 


"l4 
5 


" 5 

" 1 
9 


" 1 
4 
5 


91 
123 
131 

80 
4 


898 

439 

1,305 

50 

109 


120 
784 
275 
897 
1,800 


" 1 

1 

24 

5 


"l8 

1 

23 

12 


3 

1 
2 
4 
9 


5 
6 
7 
8 
9 


513 


389 


294 


484 


30 


14 


283 


666 


5,103 


3,722 


130 


64 


64 




153 

78 
58 

7 
86 

4 
88 
28 
11 


2 
14 

7 

'io2 
11 

248 
" 5 


8 

29 

2 

"25 

59 

171 


4 

114 

28 

"90 

63 

183 

2 


1 
3 

"l4 

7 
4 

" 1 


3 
3 
3 

' 1 

" 4 


2 
2 

1 

1 

52 

101 

124 


39 

10 

101 

72 

25 

12 

182 

186 

39 


3,272 

60 

753 

91 

5 

56 

535 

157 

174 


45 
974 
752 

59 
619 

69 
751 
365 

88 


"l5 
3 

" 1 

1 
55 
39 
16 


1 
8 
6 
1 
11 

" 3 

30 

4 


2 

"27 
3 
24 
3 
2 
1 
2 


10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 


471 


28 


27 


111 


170 


61 


6 


236 


97 


3,342 


80 


131 


82 




21 

4 

10 

436 


"28 


2 
"25 


7 

1 

ios 


1 

" 4 
165 


1 

" 1 
49 


■ 6 


30 

"28 

178 


9 

"88 


102 

20 

242 

2,978 


6 

" 4 
70 


4 

" 2 
125 


4 

" 1 

77 


19 
20 
21 
22 


2,363 


508 


856 


1,096 


100 


131 


64 


1,758 


8,908 


4,093 


192 


92 


139 




29 
4 
6 


1 
" 1 


5 

1 


3 

1 
14 


1 


6 
1 


2 
" 1 


367 
186 
181 


1,183 

4 

2,240 


872 
176 
256 




13 
3 


95 
1 


23 

24 
25 


123 


7 


62 


63 


.. 


3 


2 


34 


131 


95 






2 


26 


192 


68 


430 


181 


6 


5 


35 


32 


797 


227 


28 


10 




27 


403 


24 


13 


138 


17 


14 


1 


1 


178 


436 


2-1 


22 


4 


28 


206 


16 


33 


119 




.. 




39 


2 


177 




7 




29 


793 


207 


236 


357 


72 


62 


5 


4 


6 


527 


87 


13 


13 


30 


323 

143 

71 

70 


51 

5 

126 

2 


52 

22 

2 


71 
36 
36 

77 


4 
1 


25 
5 
6 
4 


9 

" 8 
1 


7 
253 
226 
428 


" 7 

25 

4,335 


179 
221 
361 
566 


35 

2 


4 

2 

12 

6 


"13 

7 
4 


31 
32 
33 
34 



Note.— Austro-Hongroise comprend les Bohemiens, 
prend les Polonais ; Russe comprend les Finlandais et 
Islandais, Norvegiens et Suedois. 



Galiciens, Polonais et Slaves ; Allemande, com- 
Polonais ; et Seandinave comprend les Danois, 



286 



CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901. 
Table xi. Origins of the People. 



No. 



20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 



34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 



49 
50 
51 



Districts & S. -Districts. 



Manitoba. 



6. Brandon 



Arthur 

Brandon, City— Cite 

Brenda 

Cameron 

Cornwallis 

Daly 

Elton 

Glenwood 

/Morton 

\Boissevain, Town — Ville . 

Oakland 

Pipestone 

Sif ton 

J Wallace 

^ Virden, Town— Ville . .. . 

Whitehead 

Whitewater 

Winchester 

Woodworth 



7. Lisgar. 



d. 



Argyle 

i Dutf erin 

t Carman, Village 

Lome 

Louise 

f Pembina 

\ Manitou, Village 

TRhineland 

-! Plum Coulee, Village 

(.Gretna, Village 

Riverside 

/ Stanley 

t Morden, Village 

Turtle Mountain 



3. Macdonald. 



British — Britannique. 



English. 
Anglaise. 



Carberry, Town — Ville 

Cypress, North — Nord 

Cypress, South — Sud 

Gladstone, Town — Ville 

Langford 

Lansdowne 

Neepawa, Town — Ville 

Norfolk, North — Nord 

Norfolk, South— Sud 

Ochre River (part) 

Portage la Pra