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2006 Community Profiles

Value of dwelling

Post-censual evaluation of data for Value of dwelling has revealed that for some smaller communities there are a few high values of dwelling that cause substantial differences between the average and median values of dwelling. In most cases, the few high values of dwelling reflect the range of different housing characteristics in the community. However, in some instances, the high values of dwelling may reflect a response error where the value was overreported. Furthermore, in some smaller communities, high non-response rates for the Value of dwelling question resulted in some high values of dwelling being estimated during data processing. Data users should consider both average and median values of dwelling as well as the community housing characteristics when examining data for Value of dwelling in small communities.

Census subdivisions most affected by high values of dwellings are:

  • Capital H (Part 2) (British Columbia)
  • Hart Butte No. 11 (Saskatchewan)
  • Barkmere (Quebec)
  • Northern Rockies B (British Columbia)
  • Silver Beach (Alberta)
  • Sainte-Praxède (Quebec)
  • Terra Nova (Newfoundland and Labrador)
  • Rushoon (Newfoundland and Labrador)
  • Eldon No. 471 (Saskatchewan)
  • Improvement District No. 4 (Alberta)
  • Estérel (Quebec)
  • Senneville (Quebec)
  • Greater Vancouver A (British Columbia)
  • La Morandière (Quebec)
  • Stanbridge Station (Quebec)
  • Lestock (Saskatchewan)
  • Poplar Bay (Alberta)
  • Bonnyville Beach (Alberta)
  • Spalding No. 368 (Saskatchewan)
  • Jarvis Bay (Alberta)

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