Saturday, August 16, 2008


Here is a list of the 10 largest cities in Canada without a branch or missionaries along with the number of inhabitants. The Canadian provide the city is located in is also listed. On the above map, yellow and green squares symbolize stakes and districts.
  1. Repentigny (Quebec) - 76,200
  2. Saint-Jérôme (Quebec) - 63,700
  3. Granby (Quebec) - 59,400
  4. Caledon (Ontario) - 57,100
  5. Halton Hills (Ontario) - 55,300
  6. Milton (Ontario) - 53,900
  7. Saint-Hyacinthe (Quebec) - 51,600
  8. Blainville (Quebec) - 46,500
  9. Haldimand (Ontario) - 45,200
  10. Châteauguay (Quebec) - 42,800


Joel said...

I think you should look up Vaughn, Ontario, it's bigger than any of those cities and it doesn't have a ward.

Matt said...

I did not include Vaughn in the list because it is about 10 miles away from several meetinghouses in the area. I used a buffer of 10 miles in developed countries for this list and a buffer of 5 miles in countries that are developing or not developed. Thank you for your input. Suffice it to say that there is not a very big Church presence in this area of Ontario.