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Canada's Rural Population in Decline

In 2006, Canada's rural population had declined to about 19% of the country's population, compared with 20% in 2001.

Canada's rural population, namely people who live outside the commuting zone of larger urban centres, has remained fairly stable at about 6 million since 1981.

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