Community Accounts Logo

NORTHERN ONTARIO'S COMMUNITY ACCOUNTS

sharing DATA providing INFORMATION developing KNOWLEDGE


Ontario: Census 2001: Mother Tongue

Launch MVRC

Geography:Ontario
Account:Demographics
Information:Census 2001: Mother Tongue
Selected Age Group: Total
Data Source:Compiled by the Community Accounts Unit based on information provided from the Census of Population 2001, Statistics Canada.
Copyright:Newfoundland & Labrador Statistics Agency, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador

Figures may not add to total due to random rounding.

a Refers to the first language learned at home in childhood and still understood by the individual at the time of the census. For more information about this variable please see the 2011 Census Dictionary.

b Categories may not add to the total in this section, especially for Canada and larger provinces. This is due to individuals who reported multiple non-official languages.

Definitions are not available for this table or graphic.

Excel Version

When viewing the excel sheets, you may be prompted for a username/password. This is a Microsoft Office 2000 error. To close the prompts, click cancel each time you are prompted. To permanently fix the error, visit the Microsoft site and download the SP1 package.

Download Excel Version

Print Version

  • Change Age Group
    Total
    0 to 4
    5 to 14
    15 to 24
    25 to 34
    35 to 44
    45 to 54
    55 to 64
    65 plus
    15 to 17
    18 to 24
    25 to 44
    45 to 64

   
  Male Female Total

Total population by mother tonguea5,529,145 5,756,400 11,285,550
Multiple responsesb79,055 83,555 162,610
English and French17,160 19,975 37,135
English and non-official language(s)56,540 57,735 114,270
French and non-official language(s)3,735 4,265 8,000
English, French and non-official language(s)1,610 1,585 3,200
Single responses5,450,095 5,672,840 11,122,940
English3,913,300 4,051,925 7,965,225
French230,085 255,545 485,630
Non-official languages1,306,715 1,365,375 2,672,085
 
Languages of North America
Cree2,115 2,285 4,400
Ojibway4,655 5,045 9,700
Creoles1,575 2,280 3,855
 
Languages of Europe
German72,965 83,115 156,080
Swedish1,265 1,545 2,805
Italian148,330 146,875 295,200
Portugese74,925 77,190 152,115
Romanian13,950 14,645 28,595
Spanish57,865 60,825 118,685
Dutch34,525 35,130 69,655
Flemish1,600 1,980 3,585
Bulgarian2,775 2,885 5,660
Croatian18,735 18,525 37,260
Czech5,880 6,205 12,085
Macedonian8,230 8,320 16,555
Maltese3,685 3,315 7,000
Polish65,230 73,710 138,940
Russian26,925 29,685 56,605
Serbian16,545 15,450 32,000
Serbo-Croatian7,295 7,330 14,630
Slovak5,145 5,565 10,710
Slovenian4,325 4,850 9,180
Ukranian21,650 26,970 48,620
Latvian2,900 3,685 6,580
Lithuanian3,100 3,800 6,905
Greek32,945 32,340 65,285
Armenian5,990 6,180 12,175
Estonian2,975 3,900 6,875
Finnish6,410 8,180 14,590
Hungarian22,275 22,995 45,275
 
Languages of Asia
Bengali10,425 9,345 19,780
Gujarati19,440 20,380 39,820
Hindi13,150 13,165 26,310
Panjabi (Punjabi)56,730 53,810 110,540
Urdu33,585 30,555 64,140
Kurdish1,950 1,460 3,405
Pashto2,190 1,775 3,960
Persian (Farsi)30,120 26,785 56,905
Malayalam2,580 2,485 5,060
Tamil39,035 37,770 76,805
Japanese4,460 6,300 10,755
Korean21,835 23,860 45,695
Cantonese75,515 82,525 158,035
Hakka1,140 1,110 2,245
Mandarin20,700 21,145 41,845
Chinese, n.o.s.97,765 104,360 202,125
Lao2,525 2,515 5,045
Thai490 865 1,355
Khmer (Cambodian)2,550 2,660 5,215
Vietnamese26,975 28,265 55,235
Malay-Bahasa1,530 1,795 3,325
Tagalog (Pilipino)36,220 52,650 88,870
Turkish5,655 4,660 10,320
Arabic50,680 43,960 94,635
Hebrew4,265 3,670 7,935

Notes:

Figures may not add to total due to random rounding.

a Refers to the first language learned at home in childhood and still understood by the individual at the time of the census. For more information about this variable please see the 2011 Census Dictionary.

b Categories may not add to the total in this section, especially for Canada and larger provinces. This is due to individuals who reported multiple non-official languages.

Source: Compiled by the Community Accounts Unit based on information provided from the Census of Population 2001, Statistics Canada.

Copyright: Newfoundland & Labrador Statistics Agency
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador

Data last updated on March 7, 2017

An initiative of Northern Policy Institute
Developed by the Newfoundland and Labrador Statistics Agency
Disclaimer and Copyright