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04-12-2013, 05:28 PM
The Big Unit
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The city of Edmonton (not metro just the city) has just over 810 000 people as of 2011 estimates and is 684 km2. Our population density is 1186 people/km2.

By contrast, the city of Toronto (not metro just the city) has over 2.7M people as of last month and is just 641 km2. Toronto's population density is 4149 people/km2.

But yeah, it's sheer nonsense that we have a sprawl problem in Edmonton.

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