|Newfoundland & Labrador||582,700||--|
|Prince Edward Island||135,600||--|
Provinces or territories with very small populations and even smaller Latter-day Saint populations, such as Nanavut, Yukon, and Northwest Territories, are unlikely to become the locations of temples in the forseeable future.
In other, more populated provinces the majority of the population will be reasonably close to temples in other provinces or in the U.S. Members in Vancouver, British Columbia, for example, will continue to be in the Seattle, Washington temple district. Members in Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick will be able to go to the temple in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Nevertheless, some of the distances in Canada are considerable, and it would not be surprising to see future temples announced in other major cities when they have a sufficient Latter-day Saint population.
With 6 temples Canada will have more temples than any other nation except the United States (with over 50) and Mexico (with 12).