Demographics

This section provides an in-depth look at Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody by the numbers. Find out each city’s population growth, land area, age distribution, spoken languages and more through 2011 Census and National Household Survey data.

COQUITLAM

  • Coquitlam 2011 Census ProfileStatistics Canada breaks down Coquitlam’s 2011 census data into charts, covering topics like age distribution, families and households and language.
  • Coquitlam 2011 National Household SurveyStatistics Canada lays out data about Aboriginal peoples, immigration and ethnocultural diversity, education, labour, income, housing in Coquitlam. It also includes links to other data and tables.
  • Demographics Page on the City of Coquitlam’s WebsiteThe city of Coquitlam’s website explains changes to Statistics Canada’s approach to gathering data during the 2011 Census. It also provides a link to Coquitlam’s Census and National Household Survey profile and includes contact information for the city’s planning and development department.
    • City of Coquitlam’s Development Statistics SeriesThis section of the city’s website includes data about residential, commercial, industrial and institutional projects that received building permits between 2008 and 2014. The development statistics are broken into seven categories: commercial floor space added, industrial floor space added, institutional floor space added, multiple family housing inventory, multiple family permits issued, residential building permits issued and single family subdivision approvals and applications.

PORT COQUITLAM

  • Port Coquitlam Statistical FactsheetsThis section of the city of Port Coquitlam’s website includes statistics about population, land, housing, businesses and the economy. It includes links to 2011 Census information and the 2011 National Household Survey. The website also has statistical factsheets about population and growth, age and gender, housing and dwelling and household and family structure. It also links to the city’s economic snapshot.
  • Port Coquitlam 2011 Census ProfileStatistics Canada breaks down Port Coquitlam’s 2011 census data into charts, covering topics like age distribution, families and households and language.
  • Port Coquitlam 2011 National Household SurveyStatistics Canada lays out data about Aboriginal peoples, immigration and ethnocultural diversity, education, labour, income, housing in Port Coquitlam. It also includes links to other data and tables.

PORT MOODY

  • Port Moody 2011 Census ProfileStatistics Canada breaks down Port Moody’s 2011 census data into charts, covering topics like age distribution, families and households and language.
  • Port Moody 2011 National Household Survey: Statistics Canada lays out data about Aboriginal peoples, immigration and ethnocultural diversity, education, labour, income, housing in Port Moody. It also includes links to other data and tables.
Coquitlam

Immigrants represent 41.7% of Coquitlam’s total population.

Source: 2011 NHS
Coquitlam

In 2011, 52,080 immigrants were living in Coquitlam.

Source: 2011 NHS
Coquitlam

In 2011, 68.6% of Coquitlam’s recent immigrants spoke non-official languages most often at home.

Source: 2011 NHS
Port Coquitlam

16,380 immigrants were living in Port Coquitlam in 2011.

Source: 2011 NHS
Port Coquitlam

45.3% of Port Coquitlam’s immigrants speak non-official languages often at home.

Source: 2011 NHS
Port Moody

In 2011, immigrants represented 31.6% of Port Moody’s total population.

Source: 2011 NHS
Port Moody

10,390 immigrants were living in Port Moody in 2011.

Source: 2011 NHS