Posted by **cassie** on Monday, October 6, 2008 at 12:51pm.

Population density is described as the average number of people per square kilometre. The population density of Canada is approximately 3.5 persons/km2. Use the data in the table. Name a province or territory that has:

a) A population density closest to that of Canada

The chart:

Province: Ontario

Population: 12 393 ooo

Area (km2): 917 700

Province: Saskatchewan

Population: 995 000

Area (km2): 591 700

Province: British Colombia

Population: 4 196 000

Area (km2) : 925 200

Province: Nunavut

Population: 29 600

Area(km2): 1 939 000

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