CENSUS Data and Population Projections and the Non Resident Dwelling Count
2016 Census: Population density: Two-thirds of Canadians live close to the southern border.
Canada has a small population living in a large land area (close to 9 million square kilometres), leading to a low population density compared with other countries. For example, Canada had 3.9 people per square kilometre in 2016, compared with 35.3 people per square kilometre in the United States.
Canadian Population Projection Table 2011-2061 from Wikipedia
See also the Housing Starts Chart that includes Census population Growth since 1956
NON RESIDENT DWELLINGS
The number of Private Dwellings LESS the number of Usual Resident Occupied Dwellings EQUALS the number of Non Resident Dwellings