Summer 2010 Census

Estimation Day

June 28, 2010

Census Day

August 1, 2010

Results Released

August 3, 2010


1,221,306 (+8.24%)

Preceded by

Spring 2010 Census

Succeeded by

Fall 2010 Census

The Summer 2010 Census was an enumeration of the population of residents in the Regional Municipality of Gravenhurst. Census day was August 1, 2010. The estimation date (the date when the results of the estimates of the population in each municipality is released) was on June 28, 2010. The next census will be held in October 2010, with the estimation date in late September 2010. The population enumerated in the Summer 2010 Census was 1,221,306. The last census reported the region has a population of 1,128,382, and when compared to this census, the population has been risen by about 100,000, by 8.24%. This has shown throughout the last three census, the region has been growing at a steady pace at around 10%. This census is the first census recorded a single digit percentage growth in a year and a half.

The Census Department also continues to draw focus of this census to the extremely rapid growth of the City of Lisi, who has its population doubled in the past year, and its population approaching to 100,000. The city's population, if following the current trend of growth, will surpass the City of Vandehogan within the next two censuses. The department urges the planning staff and the government to notice this trend for future planning purposes. The census staff has also identified in a strong growth of rural population.

The last census was the Spring 2010 Census; the next census will be the Fall 2010 Census.


In the Summer 2010 census, there were 44 municipalities (2 more than the previous census), with the largest still being Archemedes, with a population of 494,271. The next largest is Vandehogan, with a population of 116,827. The smallest being Muskoka Lake, with a population of 19.

In the census, there were 6 types of municipalities: City, Town, Township, Village, Parish, and Police Village.


This census marked the first census when census data for Census Metropolitan Areas and Census Agglomerations become available to the public. As well, the census department, beginning from this census as a beta-staged test, started to calculate and interpret census datas for smaller communities within a municipality's boundary, particularly the ones in different jurisdiction in the metropolitan/agglomeration level. This was never done before, and census data for such communities can only be "guessed" and estimated. Such example would be the Community of Williamson.

Census events in Gravenhurst Region
Winter 2008 · Spring 2009 · Summer 2009 · Fall 2009 (Cancelled) · Winter 2009 · Spring 2010 · Summer 2010 · Fall 2010

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