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2011 Census: Languages Data Visualizations

The 2011 Census short form (which went out to 100% of the population) included additional questions on language that in 2006 were part of the census long form (which went out to 20% of the population). This change in methodology may affect the comparability of language data gathered in 2006 with 2011.

TOP HOME LANGUAGES FOR PEOPLE WHO DO NOT SPEAK ENGLISH OR FRENCH 2011

COUPLES IN THE TORONTO

POPULATION WITH NO KNOWLEDGE OF
OFFICIAL LANGUAGES

2011 GTA MARITAL STATUS

TOP NON-OFFICIAL HOME LANGUAGES AS PROPORTION OF SINGLE RESPONSES IN PEEL 2011

FAMILIES IN PEEL 1996-2011

PROPORTION OF PEOPLE IN PEEL
WHO SPEAK THEIR MOTHER TONGUE
LANGUAGE AT HOME 2011

AVERAGE NUMBER

TOP NON-OFFICIAL HOME LANGUAGES IN PEEL AS PERCENTAGE OF NON-OFFICIAL SINGLE RESPONSES 2011

GREATER TORONTO AREA MARITAL STATUS (POPULATION 15+)

TOP NON-OFFICIAL HOME LANGUAGES
IN GTA 2011

GREATER TORONTO AREA MARITAL STATUS (POPULATION 15+)
KNOWLEDGE OF OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
IN PEEL 2006-2011

GREATER TORONTO AREA MARITAL STATUS (POPULATION 15+)

DID YOU KNOW?

  • Single Responses count people who speak or know one language.
  • Multiple Responses count people who speak or know multiple languages at home or have more than one mother tongue.
  • Chinese includes responses of "Chinese" as well as Chinese languages other than Cantonese, Mandarin, Taiwanese, Chaochow (Teochow), Fukien, Hakka, and Shanghainese.