As of 2006, the population of Surrey was 394,976, a 13.6% increase ... The non-
minorities population is 211,445, or 53.9% of the ...
See how your city's growing, and access Surrey's population projections to 2046.
... combination of Surrey's building permit data and BC Assessment information ...
Surrey is the 2nd largest city in BC and the 12th largest city in Canada with a
population of over 468,000. And we're still growing. We're set to become the most
Census subdivision of Surrey, CY - British Columbia ... In 2011, Surrey (City) had
a population of 468,251, representing a percentage change of 18.6% from ...
Nov 1, 2011 ... But with less egos at stake, the provincial agency, B.C. Statistics, projects that
Vancouver in 2036 will be at 828,789 and Surrey at 748,383.
Jun 18, 2013 ... Within the next 10 to 12 years Surrey's population is expected to grow and
surpass that of Vancouver; which is far faster than projected.
Feb 8, 2012 ... Vancouver is one of the country's fastest growing metropolitan areas and its
population has reached 2.3 million, according to new census data.
www.vancouversun.com/technology/Vancouver faces mild population growth while Cities Surrey boom/6119747/story.html
Feb 7, 2012 ... Metro Vancouver continues to lure new migrants and suck residents from B.C's
rural towns, but.
A population estimate is a measure of the current or historical population. On an
annual basis, BC Stats releases total population estimates for 190 municipalities
Surrey geographically is the largest city in British Columbia. Its population is
second to Vancouver but it's expected to become the largest city in B.C. with