Which regions are the most popular in the Halifax region?
Posted On June 17, 2021
In a recent report, The Halifax Regional Municipality (NRM) released a list of regions that are home to the most people living in Nova Scotia, ranking them in order of popularity.
While the ranking of the regions may not be accurate for everyone, The NRM has been consistent in their rankings of regions over the years, so it’s worth noting their methodology and results.
The NRF’s top ten is based on the total number of people living there in 2017, with the rest being based on average population figures for each region.
These data points, as well as a variety of factors, are taken from the 2017 Census.1.
Halifax Region The NRB has a total population of 5,914,927.
This number includes the people living here.
The Halifax region is home to 5.6 million people, a majority of which are over 65 years old.
There are also a small number of elderly residents, who are not counted by the NRM.
In total, the Halifax Regional Borough has an estimated population of 1,084,717.2.
Prince Edward Island The NRMC has a population of 4,971,984.
This includes the population of Prince Edward Islands.
The population of the island is currently at 3,094,959.
The people living on the island make up 8.4% of the population.3.
Cape Breton The NRCB has a resident population of 2,566,906.
This population includes the island of Cape Bre.
Cape Brant is home only to approximately 3,400 people.4.
Nova Scotia The NRMD has a combined population of 3,721,054.
These include the population in the province of Nova Scotia.
This total includes people who live in the towns of Bay St. John, Barrie, and Halifax.5.
Nova QuestThe NRMD’s population is at 1,569,072.
This is the total population in Nova Quest.
The town of Fort Saint John, on the southern tip of the province, is home in the region.
The region is also home to some other places like New Glasgow and the St. Johns River.6.
NipissingThe NRM is home mainly to the people of the Nipis-Miquelon region.
Nisqabois, which is a region of Nunavut, is also the home of the Métis Nation, with approximately 13,000 people.
The Métish are one of the largest ethnic groups in the country.7.
Saint John The NRMB has a net population of 9,099,874.
This figure includes the residents of Saint John.
The city is home mostly to the Mennonite population.8.
Nova YorkThe NRMB’s population in Saint John is at 7,928,624.
This represents the total of the people in the city.
There is also a smaller population of people who are in the North Atlantic, but are not part of the NRMB.9.
Cape Cowichan The NRBC has a registered population of 7,631,979.
This does not include the people who have moved to the region, but is based upon census data.10.
St. Catharines The NRMs population in St. Catherine is at 6,813,074.
The province of Ontario has a significant population in this area.
The area is home of Saint Catharine College, which has a campus located in the town of St. Mary’s.
This area has the second highest population density in the entire province.11.
St John’s The NRMM has a number of population figures that include people who may not have a job, but still live in St John.
For example, the NRMM estimates that approximately 3.2% of St Johns residents are unemployed, with an additional 6.5% in full-time employment.12.
Fredericton The NRMG has a region with a population figure of 6,974,871.
The regional city of Frederictown is home, as is Frederictonia, the province where the city of Stirling is located.13.
Stoney Creek The NRBM has a regional population of 6 and the population is based of data from the Halifax Metro region.14.
Saint Marys The NRMRB has population figures based on data from St. Michael’s College in Saint Mary’s, the only school in the Acadian region.15.
Frederiction The NRTM has a local population of 10,924,091.
This region includes the communities of Frederiction, St. Paul and St. Thomas, which are home of St Catherine.16.
St Thomas The NRUMB has regional population figures of 12,818,081.
The community is home largely to the residents and business owners of St Thomas, who live and work in the community.17. St