Cambridge’s Population Rises

January 22, 2010 at 1:15 am Leave a comment

The estimated population of Cambridge is 131,000 people living in 50,000 households.

The figures, put together by the city’s planning department, are determined by multiplying the number of new housing units created over the last year by an average household size of 2.64 people per household.

That number was then added to the 2006 census figure. Population growth is on track with the forecast in Ontario’s Places to Grow report.

Source: CambridgeTimes.ca

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