Vernon Population 2020:- Vernon is a city in British Columbia, Canada. Vernon is 440 km northeast of Vancouver. Vernon is Named after Forbes George Vernon, a former MLA of British Columbia. Vernon has a population of 40,000 (As of 2013). Vernon is the largest city in the North Okanagan Regional District. Citizens of Vernon are called a “Vernonite”.
To know the actual Population of Vernon 2020, We have to look at the population of the past 20 years. They are as follows:
- 2001 – 33,494
- 2006 – 35,944
- 2011 – 38,180
- 2016 – 40,116
- Vernon Population 2020:- 42,121 (Estimated)
By looking at the Population from 2001-2016. The Population of Vernon 2020 according to the estimates is 42,121.
According to the 2016 census, Vernon has a population of 40,116, an increase of 5.1% from 2011. There are 19,170 total private dwellings with an occupancy rate of 92.8%. The population density of Vernon is 417.7 people per square kilometer. The median age of Vernon is 48.4, much higher than the national median age of 41.2. 25.5% of Vernon people are age 65 or older. Vernon has an area of 95.76 km2 (36.97 sq mi).
86.6% of Vernon people are white, 7.2% are aboriginal and 6.2% are visible minorities. The largest visible minority groups in Vernon are South Asian (1.9%), Chinese (1.0%), Filipino (0.9%), and Japanese (0.7%).
87.7% of people claim English as their mother language. Other common first languages in Vernon are German (2.5%), French (1.4%), Punjabi (1.0%), and Russian, Ukrainian and Dutch (0.7% each).
According to the 2011 census, 51.2% of Vernon people were Christian. The largest denominations were other Christian (16.9%), Catholic (12.4%), United Church (7.2%), Anglican (5.6%), and Lutheran and Baptist (2.6% each). 45.5% of people held no religious affiliation. All other religions combined makeup 3.3% of the population.
|Canada 2016 Census||% of Total Population|
|Other visible minority||0%|
|Mixed visible minority||0.1%|
|Total Minority population||6.2%|
|Total Aboriginal population||7.2%|
Vernon is popular for its lakes and beaches in the summer and skiing and hockey in the winter. The Vernon is home to several golf courses. One of the most popular winter sports in Vernon is skiing. Kalamalka Beach is the most popular of many unique beaches in and around Vernon.