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Provincial Census Division and Census Subdivision
Twenty-two maps show the boundaries, names and codes of census divisions and subdivisions in each province and territory. A census division is a group of neighbouring municipalities joined together for the purposes of regional planning and managing common services. Census subdivisions are municipalities or areas treated as municipal equivalents.

View by province
Index to Reference Maps 1.4 MB    
1. Newfoundland and Labrador 2.1 MB 2. Prince Edward Island 0.3 MB
3. Nova Scotia 0.7 MB 4. New Brunswick 0.7 MB
5. Quebec 4.5 MB Ontario
-6. East 1.1 MB -9. North 1.8 MB
-7. West 1.3 MB -10. South 1.7 MB
-8. South Central 2.6 MB
Manitoba Saskatchewan
-12. North 0.9 MB -14. North 0.8 MB
-11. South 1.0 MB -13. South 1.0 MB
Alberta British Columbia
-16. North 0.4 MB -17. North 2.4 MB
-15. South 1.0 MB -18. South 1.8 MB
-19. South Central 1.7 MB
22. Nunavut 10.6 MB 21. Northwest Territories 4.1 MB
20. Yukon Territory 1.1 MB

The maps vary in scale and size, the maximum dimensions being approximately 141.3 cm by 113.1 cm (55.6 inches by 44.5 inches).
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