Comment 80069

By ddaearegydd (anonymous) | Posted August 25, 2012 at 22:53:12

"Hamilton has a population density of 439 people per square kilometer."

Isn't that for the whole of Hamilton Region, not just the city? The city alone would surely have a much higher figure, but since Hamilton city does not technically exist as a standalone statistical unit, there are no easy figures for the actual density. Halton Region is about 500/km2 - that's Oakville and Burlington plus the rural hinterlands.

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