Population by mother tongue, by province and territory, excluding institutional residents (2011 Census) (New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario)

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Population by mother tongue, by province and territory, excluding institutional residents (2011 Census)
(New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario)
  2011
  Canada N.B. Que. Ont.
  number
Total population 33,121,175 739,900 7,815,955 12,722,065
Single responses1 32,481,635 731,860 7,663,135 12,434,775
English 18,858,975 479,930 599,230 8,677,045
French 7,054,970 233,530 6,102,210 493,295
Non-official languages 6,567,685 18,395 961,700 3,264,435
Chinese 1,072,555 1,825 64,760 513,170
Cantonese 372,465 225 10,980 186,865
Mandarin 248,705 400 11,290 118,390
Hakka 5,115 5 105 3,535
Chinese, n.o.s. 425,210 1,185 41,595 195,115
Italian 407,490 440 113,815 251,330
German 409,200 1,805 15,025 140,315
Polish 191,650 255 15,250 128,440
Spanish 410,670 1,135 131,850 178,330
Portuguese 211,335 220 34,265 147,730
Panjabi (Punjabi) 430,705 90 11,145 173,975
Ukrainian 111,540 140 4,780 41,455
Arabic 327,870 1,325 140,040 133,390
Dutch 110,490 920 3,245 58,135
Tagalog (Pilipino, Filipino) 327,450 585 13,740 140,805
Greek 108,925 140 39,825 56,895
Vietnamese 144,885 285 26,560 65,910
Cree 78,200 15 15,140 3,950
Inuktitut (Eskimo) 33,500 5 10,920 300
Other non-official languages 2,191,240 9,210 321,335 1,230,300
Multiple responses2 639,540 8,040 152,820 287,290
English and French 144,685 6,580 64,800 46,605
English and non-official language 396,330 1,115 23,435 219,430
French and non-official language 74,430 245 51,640 13,645
English, French and non-official language 24,095 95 12,950 7,610

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