2011 Census: Languages
- This bulletin summarizes the 2011 Census Language data release for Peel and the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).
- In 2011, 90% of Peel residents had knowledge of English, compared to 88.2% in the GTA.
- In Peel, 3.9% of residents had no knowledge of an official language, up from 3.7% in 2006. In the GTA, 4% of residents had no knowledge of an official language, up slightly from 3.9% in 2006.
- The top home languages in Peel are Punjabi in Brampton, Urdu
in Mississauga and Italian in Caledon.
- Of the 124,100 people who speak only Punjabi at home in Ontario, 86,185 (69%) live in Peel.
- In Peel, there are 375 people whose home language is non-verbal.
CENSUS BULLETIN - Languages