Delta, Colorado Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population of Delta City is 102,238. Approximately 37 percent of the population is a visible minority, including about 20 thousand South Asians, seven thousand Chinese Canadians, and two hundred Aboriginal people. Although the city shares territory with two other communities, the Tsawwassen First Nation retains part of its former traditional territory. The city's median household income is $71,590, significantly higher than the national average.

The City of Delta is located in the Lower Mainland region of British Columbia, Canada. It lies along the Fraser River and Georgia Strait and is part of the Greater Vancouver region. Delta has a climate that is primarily Mediterranean with mild winters and moderate summers. This climate results in mild winters and low diurnal temperature variation. As a result, Delta is a popular place for retirees and others who want a peaceful, low-key life.

After the discovery of palm oil, the British began bringing salt and iron tools to Delta to increase their profits. The influx of new traders led to the displacement of Delta's middlemen in the palm oil trade. Slavery was a problem that has since been resolved. However, this did not stop the Delta people from surviving and growing. Instead, they were deported to the West Indies.