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2016 Census

​​​The 2016 Census Day was May 10, 2016. On February 8, 2017, Statistics Canada released its first set of data from this Census, on population and dwelling counts.

Simcoe's population grew by 33,587 residents between 2011 and 2016, which represents a change of 7.5% from 2011. This compares to the provincial average of 4.6% and the national average of 5.0%.

Community Profiles:

2018 Child, Youth and Family Profile​​​

Census 2016 Update Reports:

2016 Census: Immigration and Ethnocultural Diversity

2016 Census: Income in Simcoe County

2016 Census: Aboriginal Peoples

2016 Census: Marital Status, Families, and Households in Simcoe County

2016 Census: Language in Simcoe County

2016 Census: Age and Sex in Simcoe County

2016 Census_Simcoe County_Population and Dwelling Counts and Change_CSD

Thematic Maps: 

Simcoe County: Population Growth, 2011-2016 

Simcoe County: Change of Non-Official Mother Tongue Languages, 2011-2016

Simcoe County: Proportion of Lone-Parent Families, 2016

Simcoe County: Median Household Income Map, 2015

Simcoe County: Prevalence of Low-Income (LIM-AT) Map, 2015

Simcoe County: Change of Immigrant Population, 2006-2016

Simcoe County: Proportion of Aboriginal Population, 2016

Simcoe County: Francophones by Municipality in Simcoe County, 2016​​

Child, Youth and Family: Population Changes for Children and Youth (0-24 years) by Municipality in Simcoe County, 2011-2016

Child, Youth and Family: Proportion of Aboriginal Children and Youth (0-24 years) by Municipality in Simcoe County, 2006-2016

Child, Youth and Family: Proportion of Immigrant Children and Youth (0-24 years) by Municipality in Simcoe County, 2006-2016

Child, Youth and Family: Prevalence of Low-income (LIM-AT) for Children and Youth (0-24 years) by Municipality in Simcoe County, 2015

​Other:

Census 2016: Simcoe County Update Presentation