World Population

Manitoba Population

Manitoba is a province of Canada, lying midway between the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans. borders Nunavut territory to the north, Hudson Bay to the northeast, Ontario to the east, to the south by the U.S. states of Minnesota and North Dakota, and to the west by Saskatchewan. Manitoba population in 2021 is estimated to be 1.38 million, covers area of 649,950 sq. km (250,900 sq mi). Indigenous peoples have inhabited what is now Manitoba for thousands of years. Manitoba province is one of Canada's strongest economies, with a low of cost of living and plenty of opportunities for careers, education and business. Manitoba cost of living is 30 to 40% lesser compared to British Columbia and Ontario. The easiest way to immigrate to Manitoba is through the Canada Express Entry immigration system. Manitoba's capital and largest city is Winnipeg, the seventh most populous municipality in Canada. Other important cities and towns include Brandon, Thompson, Dauphin, Churchill, Swan River, The Pas, Selkirk, Gimli, Portage la Prairie, Flin Flon, Steinbach, Morden, Emerson, Virden, Minnedosa, Lockport, Neepawa, and Winkler.

Population of Alberta as per 2016 census is 1,278,365, increase of 70,097 people from the last 2011 census of Population with 1,208,268. Population of Age group of 0 to 14 years is 243,820, 15 to 64 years is 835,580, 65 years and over is 198,965, 85 years and over is 29,210.

Age GroupTotalMaleFemale
0 to 4 years81,06541,71039,355
5 to 9 years83,37542,56540,805
10 to 14 years79,38040,83538,545
15 to 19 years82,44042,55539,890
20 to 24 years86,76044,46542,295
25 to 29 years86,69543,57043,125
30 to 34 years85,18542,21042,975
35 to 39 years81,10539,88541,215
40 to 44 years79,32539,53039,795
45 to 49 years79,35039,22040,130
50 to 54 years89,84044,48545,355
55 to 59 years87,76543,55544,210
60 to 64 years77,11037,78039,325
65 to 69 years64,90531,28033,625
70 to 74 years45,98021,94024,040
75 to 79 years33,55515,25018,305
80 to 84 years25,31510,74014,575
85 to 89 years17,3356,46010,875
90 to 94 years8,9452,7106,230
95 to 99 years2,5205801,940
100 years and over41560350


Ethnic groups

Manitoba is noted for its ethnic diversity. There are many ethnic enclaves within the city of Winnipeg. Although more than forty percent of the Manitoba population is of British descent, significant ethnic minorities include Germans, French, Italians, Ukrainians, South Asians, Filipinos, Vietnamese, and Poles.

ResidentsPopulationMaleFemale
Canadian citizens1,133,080560,165572,920
Canadian citizens aged under 18266,225136,640129,585
Canadian citizens aged 18 and over866,855423,520443,335
Not Canadian citizens107,62054,28053,340
People up to third generation are officially termed as non-immigrants and thereon the people inflow is termed as immigrants. Below table indicates Ontario immigration numbers per year:
ImmigrantsPopulationMaleFemale
Non-immigrants996,860494,285502,570
Immigrants227,465111,095116,365
Before 198150,02523,34026,680
1981 to 199020,20510,19010,010
1991 to 200023,04011,16511,875
2001 to 201070,98535,30535,680
2001 to 200522,57011,19511,370
2006 to 201048,41524,11024,305
2011 to 201663,21031,09532,120
Non-permanent residents16,3759,0557,320
Immigrants by selected place of birth: Immigrants by selected place of birth : The place of birth of father and place of birth of mother questions in the Census of Population help to determine the country in which each of the immigrant parents was born.
Place of BirthPopulation
Americas31,980
Brazil435
Colombia1,050
El Salvador2,480
Guyana1,135
Haiti155
Jamaica1,810
Mexico6,655
Peru235
Trinidad and Tobago1,505
United States7,100
Other places of birth in Americas9,425
Europe56,705
Bosnia and Herzegovina1,055
Croatia975
France795
Germany10,390
Greece820
Hungary815
Ireland650
Italy2,755
Netherlands2,250
Poland5,280
Portugal4,380
Romania720
Russian Federation4,245
Serbia355
Ukraine4,765
United Kingdom11,665
Other places of birth in Europe4,790
Africa17,975
Algeria115
Egypt980
Ethiopia2,525
Kenya935
Morocco250
Nigeria3,820
Somalia755
South Africa, Republic of975
Other places of birth in Africa7,630
Asia120,230
Afghanistan615
Bangladesh880
China9,250
Hong Kong1,460
India21,990
Iran1,180
Iraq860
Japan225
Korea, South2,880
Lebanon265
Pakistan3,125
Philippines61,950
Sri Lanka1,015
Syria805
Taiwan215
Viet Nam4,225
Other places of birth in Asia9,285
Oceania and other places of birth575
Recent immigrants by selected places of birth
Place of BirthPopulation
Americas4,130
Brazil100
Colombia185
Cuba75
Haiti15
Jamaica340
Mexico875
United States970
Venezuela75
Other places of birth in Americas1,490
Europe5,155
France135
Germany580
Ireland135
Moldova160
Romania70
Russian Federation1,145
Ukraine1,320
United Kingdom550
Other places of birth in Europe1,060
Africa7,860
Algeria20
Cameroon65
Congo, Democratic Republic of the740
Côte d'Ivoire95
Egypt415
Eritrea795
Ethiopia810
Morocco70
Nigeria2,630
Somalia385
South Africa, Republic of225
Tunisia65
Other places of birth in Africa1,555
Asia45,915
Afghanistan60
Bangladesh360
China
Census data footnote
59"3,390
Hong Kong185
India10,915
Iran425
Iraq330
Israel595
Japan45
Korea, South1,300
Lebanon140
Nepal210
Pakistan1,535
Philippines22,885
Saudi Arabia325
Sri Lanka250
Syria635
Taiwan20
Turkey40
United Arab Emirates110
Viet Nam495
Other places of birth in Asia1,650
Oceania and other150
Australia80
Other places of birth65
Immigrants by GenerationPopulationMaleFemale
First generation249,625123,035126,585
Second generation197,53097,135100,395
Third generation or more793,545394,265399,280
Immigrants TypePopulationMaleFemale
Economic immigrants119,84560,68059,165
Principal applicants44,41527,43516,980
Secondary applicants75,43033,25042,185
Immigrants sponsored by family39,87517,35522,525
Refugees20,55011,1559,395
Other immigrants540195345
Aboriginal peoples of Canada are defined in the Constitution Act, 1982, section 35 as including the Indian, Inuit and Métis peoples of Canada.
ResidentsPopulation
Aboriginal identity223,310
Single Aboriginal responses220,470
First Nations (North American Indian)130,510
Métis89,355
Inuk (Inuit)610
Multiple Aboriginal responses2,020
Aboriginal responses not included elsewhere820
Non-Aboriginal identity1,017,385
Total visible minority population:
ImmigrantsPopulation
Total visible minority population216,850
South Asian42,060
Chinese22,540
Black30,335
Filipino79,815
Latin American9,895
Arab5,030
Southeast Asian8,565
West Asian2,695
Korean4,375
Japanese1,850
Visible minority, n.i.e.3,195
Multiple visible minorities6,485
Not a visible minority1,023,850
Ethnic origin population:
Ethnic groupsPopulation
North American Aboriginal origins225,230
First Nations (North American Indian)142,820
Inuit955
Métis91,120
Other North American origins247,670
Acadian645
American9,220
Canadian240,835
New Brunswicker10
Newfoundlander215
Nova Scotian20
Ontarian20
Québécois280
Other North American origins, n.i.e.30
European origins826,210
British Isles origins421,515
Channel Islander45
Cornish85
English245,960
Irish156,145
Manx200
Scottish208,065
Welsh17,760
British Isles origins, n.i.e.19,610
French origins148,810
Alsatian20
Breton120
Corsican0
French148,740
Western European origins (except French origins)286,985
Austrian12,325
Bavarian15
Belgian21,510
Dutch55,525
Flemish965
Frisian140
German220,735
Luxembourger155
Swiss5,475
Western European origins, n.i.e.140
Northern European origins (except British Isles origins)80,295
Danish7,895
Finnish4,000
Icelandic31,090
Norwegian19,600
Swedish22,470
Northern European origins, n.i.e.2,540
Eastern European origins287,695
Bulgarian330
Byelorussian885
Czech4,590
Czechoslovakian, n.o.s.2,155
Estonian190
Hungarian10,120
Latvian1,365
Lithuanian1,455
Moldovan325
Polish88,090
Romanian5,835
Russian58,225
Slovak2,190
Ukrainian180,055
Eastern European origins, n.i.e.895
Southern European origins59,915
Albanian415
Bosnian1,030
Catalan15
Croatian2,930
Cypriot45
Greek4,130
Italian23,210
Kosovar45
Macedonian225
Maltese360
Montenegrin40
Portuguese14,540
Serbian1,240
Sicilian235
Slovenian1,005
Spanish12,625
Yugoslavian, n.o.s.1,060
Southern European origins, n.i.e.65
Other European origins10,950
Basque100
Jewish8,455
Roma (Gypsy)155
Slavic, n.o.s.185
Other European origins, n.i.e.2,130
Caribbean origins10,805
Antiguan60
Bahamian60
Barbadian740
Bermudan40
Carib65
Cuban340
Dominican275
Grenadian160
Guadeloupean0
Haitian235
Jamaican4,585
Kittitian/Nevisian10
Martinican0
Montserratan0
Puerto Rican70
St. Lucian30
Trinidadian/Tobagonian2,395
Vincentian/Grenadinian190
West Indian, n.o.s.1,465
Caribbean origins, n.i.e.665
Latin, Central and South American origins23,115
Aboriginal from Central/South America (except Arawak and Maya)650
Arawak10
Argentinian475
Belizean200
Bolivian300
Brazilian830
Chilean1,520
Colombian1,400
Costa Rican65
Ecuadorian125
Guatemalan505
Guyanese1,485
Hispanic425
Honduran520
Maya220
Mexican8,790
Nicaraguan370
Panamanian50
Paraguayan2,080
Peruvian350
Salvadorean2,735
Uruguayan35
Venezuelan240
Latin, Central and South American origins, n.i.e.1,045
African origins28,860
Central and West African origins8,665
Akan35
Angolan10
Ashanti25
Beninese55
Burkinabe20
Cameroonian145
Chadian10
Congolese1,575
Edo130
Ewe15
Gabonese25
Gambian10
Ghanaian380
Guinean70
Ibo435
Ivorian120
Liberian80
Malian140
Malinké35
Nigerian3,860
Peulh25
Senegalese115
Sierra Leonean320
Togolese115
Wolof25
Yoruba1,050
Central and West African origins, n.i.e.545
North African origins3,690
Algerian100
Berber150
Coptic85
Dinka30
Egyptian1,335
Libyan360
Maure100
Moroccan350
Sudanese1,075
Tunisian130
North African origins, n.i.e.75
Southern and East African origins10,500
Afrikaner65
Amhara140
Bantu, n.o.s.150
Burundian235
Djiboutian45
Eritrean2,300
Ethiopian2,900
Harari0
Kenyan335
Malagasy25
Mauritian245
Oromo325
Rwandan300
Seychellois45
Somali1,740
South African730
Tanzanian90
Tigrian320
Ugandan255
Zambian200
Zimbabwean310
Zulu30
Southern and East African origins, n.i.e.440
Other African origins6,670
Black, n.o.s.825
Other African origins, n.i.e.5,925
Asian origins178,655
West Central Asian and Middle Eastern origins11,850
Afghan1,010
Arab, n.o.s.1,755
Armenian495
Assyrian40
Azerbaijani55
Georgian110
Hazara0
Iranian1,885
Iraqi925
Israeli775
Jordanian235
Kazakh335
Kurd305
Kuwaiti40
Kyrgyz45
Lebanese1,375
Palestinian620
Pashtun65
Saudi Arabian170
Syrian1,115
Tajik55
Tatar310
Turk655
Turkmen10
Uighur10
Uzbek70
Yemeni100
West Central Asian and Middle Eastern origins, n.i.e.305
South Asian origins43,155
Bangladeshi880
Bengali200
Bhutanese140
East Indian34,470
Goan50
Gujarati220
Kashmiri30
Nepali500
Pakistani3,370
Punjabi3,830
Sinhalese280
Sri Lankan1,090
Tamil245
South Asian origins, n.i.e.725
East and Southeast Asian origins124,100
Burmese260
Cambodian (Khmer)525
Chinese30,150
Filipino83,530
Hmong0
Indonesian530
Japanese2,675
Karen455
Korean4,545
Laotian1,730
Malaysian470
Mongolian150
Singaporean20
Taiwanese150
Thai750
Tibetan15
Vietnamese5,850
East and Southeast Asian origins, n.i.e.145
Other Asian origins575
Other Asian origins, n.i.e.575
Oceania origins1,525
Australian910
New Zealander315
Pacific Islands origins345
Fijian80
Hawaiian60
Maori55
Polynesian, n.o.s.95
Samoan25
Pacific Islands origins, n.i.e.65


Languages

English is the main language of Manitoba Province, Both English and French are official languages, French is an official language for the purposes of the legislature.

LanguagePopulation
English only1,135,395
French only1,485
English and French108,460
Neither English nor French16,285
Language Spoken at HomePopulation
English1,035,475
French16,865
Non-official languages144,800
Aboriginal languages15,770
Algonquian languages15,070
Cree-Montagnais languages7,570
Northern East Cree10
Plains Cree10
Swampy Cree120
Woods Cree15
Cree, n.o.s.7,415
Ojibway-Potawatomi languages7,495
Ojibway2,505
Oji-Cree4,990
Athabaskan languages635
Northern Athabaskan languages635
Dene630
Inuit languages15
Inuktitut10
Inuit languages, n.i.e.10
Iroquoian languages5
Michif10
Siouan languages35
Dakota35
Non-Aboriginal languages129,035
Afro-Asiatic languages6,875
Berber languages20
Kabyle15
Cushitic languages1,185
Bilen120
Oromo210
Somali845
Cushitic languages, n.i.e.5
Semitic languages5,650
Amharic1,045
Arabic3,105
Assyrian Neo-Aramaic5
Hebrew355
Maltese10
Tigrigna1,135
Afro-Asiatic languages, n.i.e.25
Austro-Asiatic languages2,900
Khmer (Cambodian)125
Vietnamese2,775
Austronesian languages27,215
Bikol30
Cebuano495
Fijian15
Hiligaynon125
Ilocano390
Malay55
Pampangan (Kapampangan, Pampango)245
Pangasinan30
Tagalog (Pilipino, Filipino)25,790
Waray-Waray10
Austronesian languages, n.i.e.30
Creole languages290
Haitian Creole10
Creole, n.o.s.165
Creole languages, n.i.e.115
Dravidian languages800
Kannada45
Malayalam405
Tamil240
Telugu110
Indo-European languages70,820
Albanian155
Armenian20
Balto-Slavic languages11,685
Baltic languages25
Latvian15
Lithuanian10
Slavic languages11,660
Bosnian285
Bulgarian65
Croatian320
Czech115
Macedonian85
Polish2,010
Russian5,530
Serbian335
Serbo-Croatian90
Slovak70
Slovene (Slovenian)55
Ukrainian2,690
Slavic languages, n.i.e.10
Celtic languages20
Scottish Gaelic5
Welsh10
Germanic languages25,825
Afrikaans200
Danish10
Dutch270
Frisian10
German24,795
Icelandic35
Norwegian10
Swedish10
Vlaams (Flemish)15
Yiddish10
Germanic languages, n.i.e.465
Greek535
Indo-Iranian languages22,810
Indo-Aryan languages21,010
Bengali690
Gujarati2,100
Hindi1,335
Konkani10
Marathi40
Nepali540
Punjabi (Panjabi)14,000
Sindhi30
Sinhala (Sinhalese)360
Urdu1,895
Iranian languages1,755
Kurdish275
Pashto165
Persian (Farsi)1,315
Indo-Iranian languages, n.i.e.50
Italic (Romance) languages9,765
Italian1,035
Portuguese2,800
Romanian235
Spanish5,695
Japanese175
Kartvelian languages10
Georgian10
Korean2,915
Mongolic languages5
Mongolian5
Niger-Congo languages1,410
Akan (Twi)45
Bamanankan15
Edo5
Ewe5
Fulah (Pular, Pulaar, Fulfulde)35
Ga5
Ganda5
Igbo75
Lingala40
Rundi (Kirundi)65
Kinyarwanda (Rwanda)105
Shona10
Swahili500
Wolof25
Yoruba345
Niger-Congo languages, n.i.e.125
Nilo-Saharan languages130
Dinka80
Nilo-Saharan languages, n.i.e.55
Sign languages560
American Sign Language255
Sign languages, n.i.e305
Sino-Tibetan languages13,910
Chinese languages13,445
Cantonese4,455
Hakka25
Mandarin8,080
Min Dong5
Min Nan (Chaochow, Teochow, Fukien, Taiwanese)135
Wu (Shanghainese)65
Chinese, n.o.s.675
Chinese languages, n.i.e.5
Tibeto-Burman languages465
Burmese55
Karenic languages370
Tibetan5
Tibeto-Burman languages, n.i.e.40
Tai-Kadai languages535
Lao430
Thai105
Turkic languages135
Azerbaijani10
Turkish65
Uzbek35
Turkic languages, n.i.e.25
Uralic languages305
Finnish35
Hungarian270


StatusTotalMaleFemale
Married or living common law593,615297,280296,335
Married503,390252,210251,175
Living common law90,23045,07545,155
Not married and not living common law440,925209,000231,930
Never married300,415162,440137,980
Separated24,84511,08013,765
Divorced54,86022,78032,080
Widowed60,80512,70048,100


Income Distribution

Income RangePopulation
Under $10,000137,700
$10,000 to $19,999150,320
$20,000 to $29,999136,510
$30,000 to $39,999123,685
$40,000 to $49,999109,710
$50,000 to $59,99980,625
$60,000 to $69,99958,785
$70,000 to $79,99943,365
$80,000 to $89,99934,000
$90,000 to $99,99921,980
$100,000 and over57,355
$100,000 to $149,99940,870
$150,000 and over16,490


History

The aboriginal peoples have been living in the Manitoba region for thousands of years, although historically there has been considerable population movement. The rapid occupation of the agricultural lands between 1870 and 1914 and expanded into rural dominance.


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