Table 3: Reconstruction of the hypothetical populations of 100,000 people with the Canadian demographic profile.

Canadian population in 2009(a)
Subpopulation (age range)Median age = 39.7 yr
Population size (%)Corresponding reconstructed population size and number (n) of Monte Carlo iterations

Adults (18–64)21,685,253 (63.92)63,923
Neonates (0–30 d)31,303 (0.09)93
Infants (1–12 mo)344,329 (1.02)1,015
Toddlers (1–3)1,126,896 (3.32)3,322
Children and adolescents (4–17)5,382,420 (15.87)15,866
Elderly (65–90)4,634,673 (13.66)13,662
Pregnant women(b) (15–44)718,950 (2.12)2,119

TOTAL33,923,824 (100)100,000

( a ) [30]. ( b ) Based on a pregnancy rate of 104/1,000 in U.S. women aged 1544  yr [31].