Category:Census divisions of Canada

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All Canadian provinces, and two of its three territories, are subdivided into county-like units; however, not all provinces use the term "county" to designate them. Depending on the province, they may be designated as regional districts, districts, divisions, counties, regional municipalities or regional county municipalities. As well, in Ontario some county-level governments are designated as cities, with no level of municipal government below the county level.

For statistical purposes, these units are grouped into census divisions by Statistics Canada.


This category has the following 13 subcategories, out of 13 total.