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Data from Statistics Canada on the country's queer community revealed that as of 2018, there were approximately one million LGBTQ2S+ people in Canada.

Canada's statistical agency released the data on June 16 to create a "portrait" of the "demographic and social profile of Canada's diverse LGBTQ2+ communities" — however, much of the data "[focuses] on LGB Canadians (lesbian, gay, bisexual), since Statistics Canada has been collecting detailed information on these communities since 2003."

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Among Canada's three major cities, Montreal experienced the least year-over-year job loss during the COVID-19 pandemic relative to its size, a new report by Statistics Canada shows.

The worst period of unemployment in Montreal occurred between April and June 2020, at the height of the first wave of COVID-19. 

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In the approach to Canada's 2021 census, over 5,700 jobs are up for grabs in Quebec. Statistics Canada confirmed to MTL Blog that as of January 24 the agency plans to hire 5,717 people to help out with this year's effort.

There are three roles available, a Statistics Canada spokesperson told MTL Blog: Crew Leader, Crew Leader Assistant and Enumerator.

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According to new data from Statistics Canada, Montreal experienced a "record-high population [loss] to surrounding areas" between July 1, 2019, and July 1, 2020.

"Despite still showing overall positive population growth," Statistics Canada writes, the census metropolitan areas "of Toronto, Montréal and Vancouver continued to see more people moving out to other regions of their province rather than moving in."

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If you're looking for a career change and are worried that you might not be experienced enough for a high-paying job, Statistics Canada has the perfect job for you. 

The federal agency is hiring administrative assistants across Quebec to help out with the upcoming 2021 Census. All you need to know how to do is use a computer! And the pay isn't too shabby either. 

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 Statistically, March is by far the worst month when it comes to huge snowstorms.

Here are the top 5 worst snowstorms to hit Montreal in March:

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Stats are pretty amazing. Did you know that 78% of stats are made of on the spot? Pretty amazing right? These stats however are very real and they reveal which porn search-terms each province used the most. (Smoking? ... really?) And this year Canadians were feeling pretty patriotic since the word 'Canadian' was up 188%.

Here are some more of those wonderfully inappropriate Canadians porn stats. 

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Before the stork comes and delivers a baby to a couple (that is how it works, right), they first have to do the dirty. Sex is the natural precursor to birth, and with Montreal having the highest number of births in the province according to the Institut de la statistique, one can say that Montreal is the city having the most sex in all of Quebec. Oh wait, we already did.

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Ever wonder just how many people live in your slice of Montreal? Have you pondered moving to a new 'hood, but you're unsure if there will be fun, young, and single folks to befriend? Maybe you want a large number of families around for your kids to play with, or a large demographic of cougars. To help you out, we've got the borough breakdown.

Using the city's 2011 statistics, we've compiled the numbers on Montreal's neighborhoods, focusing on the important things: total population, percentage of men and women (for whatever your preference ;) ), percentage of young people, the median ages, and the number of families and single-and-ready-to-mingles.

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