Should be in that range. The most recent estimate for Calgary metro was 1,640,000 so 1.7M sounds about right.Woah I just realized that, with nearly 41,000 people moving into just the city (not the total metro) in the last year, we are coming up on 1.7 million in the metropolitan area. This time next year, we’ll be there. Wowzers.
I got it from this site. I don't know where they got the numbers from, it might be only an estimate on their part.The latest estimate (federal) was 1,608,000 in 2022, where did you get your number?
Annual population estimates as of July 1st, by census metropolitan area and census agglomeration, single year of age, five-year age group and sex, based on the Standard Geographical Classification (SGC) 2016.www150.statcan.gc.ca
I think those are purely estimates. They’re probably not far off from actual numbers, but estimates nonetheless.I got it from this site. I don't know where they got the numbers from, it might be only an estimate on their part.
It shows Calgary as being 1,640,000,000 for 2023.Chart and table of population level and growth rate for the Calgary, Canada metro area from 1950 to 2023. United Nations population projections are also included through the year 2035.www.macrotrends.net
According to Trevor Tombe, fastest year (% wise) since 1914I… don’t think that’s the case. It’s currently like 75,000 a year. Lemme check.
Edit: oh wow nevermind. Over 200,000 in the past year. That seems… wild. Record breaking? That’s basically 5% growth in one 12-month period.