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A "census metropolitan area" (CMA) is a grouping of census subdivisions comprising a large urban area (the "urban core") and those surrounding "urban fringes" and "rural fringes" with which it is closely integrated. To become a CMA, an area must register an urban core population of at least 100,000 at the previous census. CMA status is retained even if this core population later drops below 100,000.
CMAs may cross census division and provincial boundaries, although the [[Ottawa]]-[[Gatineau]] metropolitan area in [[Ontario]] and [[Québec (provincia)|Québec]] is the only one that currently crosses a provincial border. They do ''not'', however, cross the [[Canada–UnitedCanada-United States border]].
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