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Employed labour force(1) by mode of transportation, both sexes, 2006 counts, for Canada and census subdivisions (municipalities) of residence with 5,000-plus population - 20% sample data

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Place of residence3 Mode of transportation
Total Car, truck or van as driver Car, truck or van as passenger Sustainable transportation4 Other
Total Public transit Walked Bicycle
Notes:
  1. Persons who, during the week (Sunday to Saturday) prior to Census Day (May 16, 2006):
    (a) did any work at all for pay or in self-employment or without pay in a family farm, business or professional practice
    (b) were absent from their job or business, with or without pay, for the entire week because of a vacation, an illness, a labour dispute at their place of work, or any other reasons.
  2. Place of work data are not available for percent distribution (1996) and percentage change (1996 to 2006).
  3. Place of residence: applies to the employed labour force with either a usual place of work or with no fixed workplace address.
  4. Sustainable transportation includes public transit, walking and cycling.
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Canada ! 14,714,260 10,644,325 1,133,150 2,757,530 1,622,725 939,290 195,515 179,250
Abbotsford, CY (B.C.) ! 55,975 46,265 5,975 3,120 780 1,870 465 610
Acton Vale, V (Que.) ! 3,510 2,755 190 525 10 440 85 35
Adjala-Tosorontio, TP (Ont.) 5,380 4,595 610 120 15 85 15 60
Airdrie, CY (Alta.) ! 15,545 13,185 1,155 1,030 385 565 80 175
Ajax, T (Ont.) 45,640 33,830 3,865 7,575 6,110 1,305 155 370
Alfred and Plantagenet, TP (Ont.) ! 3,835 3,110 395 290 95 180 20 40
Algoma, Unorganized, North Part, NO (Ont.) ! 2,125 1,840 175 50 10 35 0 65
Alma, V (Que.) ! 13,220 11,105 735 1,275 20 1,130 120 110
Alnwick, P (N.B.) ! 1,830 1,400 335 70 10 45 15 25
Alnwick/Haldimand, TP (Ont.) 2,890 2,525 190 135 45 75 15 40
Amherst, T (N.S.) 4,045 2,875 630 450 0 445 10 90
Amherstburg, T (Ont.) 9,810 8,735 605 385 10 330 45 80
Amos, V (Que.) 5,595 4,425 305 825 30 760 30 45
Amqui, V (Que.) 2,450 1,900 130 395 10 340 45 30
Annapolis, Subd. A, SC (N.S.) ! 2,235 1,795 235 165 35 125 10 35
Annapolis, Subd. C, SC (N.S.) 2,110 1,775 200 110 10 100 0 20
Antigonish, Subd. A, SC (N.S.) 3,550 2,930 360 200 10 185 0 60
Antigonish, Subd. B, SC (N.S.) ! 2,895 2,400 340 110 25 75 10 50
Argyle, MD (N.S.) ! 3,685 3,115 415 50 10 45 0 105
Arnprior, T (Ont.) 3,245 2,325 355 555 55 455 40 10
Arran-Elderslie, MU (Ont.) 2,720 2,245 210 240 15 220 0 20
Asbestos, V (Que.) ! 2,670 2,125 220 290 10 265 15 30
Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh, TP (Ont.) ! 2,010 1,680 170 115 10 100 0 50
Athabasca County No. 12, CM (Alta.) ! 3,395 2,835 310 140 30 110 0 110
Augusta, TP (Ont.) ! 3,515 3,155 205 140 35 95 10 15
Aurora, T (Ont.) 23,705 18,945 1,715 2,890 1,880 845 165 155
Aylmer, T (Ont.) ! 3,115 2,435 360 310 10 295 0 10
Baie-Comeau, V (Que.) ! 11,230 9,510 665 935 110 730 95 120
Baie-Saint-Paul, V (Que.) ! 3,010 2,465 120 415 55 355 10 10
Banff, T (Alta.) ! 4,755 1,675 165 2,815 165 2,255 395 100
Barrhead County No. 11, CM (Alta.) ! 2,295 1,990 120 135 10 115 10 55
Barrie, CY (Ont.) 63,375 50,115 6,260 6,260 3,085 2,725 445 750
Barrington, MD (N.S.) 2,830 2,245 395 100 20 80 0 80
Bathurst, P (N.B.) 2,455 1,960 285 125 35 85 0 80
Bathurst, CY (N.B.) ! 5,255 3,755 770 600 20 520 60 130
Bayham, MU (Ont.) 2,550 2,195 190 150 15 125 10 20
Bay Roberts, T (N.L.) 1,905 1,395 285 165 40 125 0 60
Beaconsfield, V (Que.) ! 8,105 6,115 460 1,490 1,190 250 50 45
Beaubassin East / Beaubassin-est, RCR (N.B.) ! 2,810 2,375 310 115 0 90 20 0
Beauceville, V (Que.) 2,915 2,675 115 115 0 115 0 0
Beauharnois, V (Que.) ! 5,435 4,560 275 575 230 290 50 25
Beaumont, T (Alta.) 4,835 4,170 395 220 15 170 35 50
Beaver County, CM (Alta.) ! 2,355 2,030 160 110 20 90 0 55
Bécancour, V (Que.) ! 4,790 4,255 150 325 20 260 45 60
Beckwith, TP (Ont.) ! 3,205 2,840 305 55 25 25 10 10
Belleville, CY (Ont.) ! 22,310 16,585 2,415 3,030 910 1,695 430 285
Beloeil, V (Que.) 9,505 7,705 480 1,280 710 465 100 40
Beresford, P (N.B.) 2,715 2,365 235 65 15 45 0 50
Big Lakes, MD (Alta.) ! 2,235 1,870 215 115 10 110 0 40
Blainville, V (Que.) 23,815 20,410 1,065 2,185 1,500 465 215 155
Blandford-Blenheim, TP (Ont.) ! 3,590 3,155 200 175 0 170 10 55
Blue Mountains, T (Ont.) ! 2,680 2,275 140 240 55 165 15 15
Bluewater, MU (Ont.) ! 3,280 2,610 250 395 10 340 45 20
Boisbriand, V (Que.) ! 13,750 11,520 825 1,320 595 595 125 85
Boischatel, MÉ (Que.) 2,840 2,410 210 190 135 50 10 25
Bois-des-Filion, V (Que.) ! 4,270 3,715 200 305 165 115 20 55
Bonnyville, T (Alta.) ! 2,965 2,220 375 305 10 275 20 65
Bonnyville No. 87, MD (Alta.) ! 4,435 3,800 415 170 25 140 10 50
Boucherville, V (Que.) ! 19,375 14,810 850 3,590 2,730 585 280 125
Bracebridge, T (Ont.) ! 7,435 6,135 610 570 20 485 70 115
Bradford West Gwillimbury, T (Ont.) 12,640 10,620 1,115 845 425 385 35 55
Brampton, CY (Ont.) 214,720 164,675 21,255 26,945 21,960 4,355 635 1,845
Brandon, CY (Man.) ! 20,890 15,815 1,760 3,135 960 1,770 405 175
Brant, CY (Ont.) 16,555 14,360 1,105 910 90 770 50 175
Brantford, CY (Ont.) 42,475 33,010 4,505 4,415 1,750 2,080 580 555
Brazeau County, MD (Alta.) ! 3,465 3,075 280 70 0 70 0 45
Bridgewater, T (N.S.) 3,420 2,530 420 430 10 405 15 35
Brighton, MU (Ont.) 3,765 3,075 350 305 10 255 35 40
Brock, TP (Ont.) 5,335 4,390 505 405 25 375 0 40
Brockton, MU (Ont.) 4,405 3,725 300 330 15 280 35 55
Brockville, CY (Ont.) ! 9,185 6,660 1,075 1,255 55 1,025 175 190
Bromont, V (Que.) ! 2,975 2,650 100 195 50 140 10 20
Brooks, CY (Alta.) 7,230 5,315 1,390 460 10 395 55 65
Brossard, V (Que.) ! 34,050 21,295 2,105 10,385 8,825 1,290 265 265
Brownsburg-Chatham, V (Que.) ! 2,845 2,540 165 115 0 95 10 20
Bulkley-Nechako A, RDA (B.C.) ! 2,540 2,070 210 125 25 80 25 125
Burlington, CY (Ont.) 81,090 64,650 5,820 10,080 6,455 2,995 635 545
Burnaby, CY (B.C.) ! 93,660 58,815 5,520 28,445 23,440 4,285 720 870
Burton, P (N.B.) ! 2,520 2,095 250 110 10 85 10 60
Caledon, T (Ont.) ! 28,595 25,145 2,065 1,110 365 680 65 280
Calgary, CY (Alta.) ! 538,395 364,085 40,870 127,950 90,415 30,215 7,320 5,490
Cambridge, CY (Ont.) 60,560 49,405 5,980 4,775 2,190 2,020 565 405
Campbell River, CY (B.C.) ! 13,420 10,305 1,290 1,295 360 750 185 525
Campbellton, CY (N.B.) 2,835 1,975 370 385 0 365 25 100
Camrose, CY (Alta.) ! 7,445 5,900 650 695 30 575 85 200
Camrose County No. 22, CM (Alta.) ! 3,055 2,645 240 145 0 140 10 20
Candiac, V (Que.) 8,105 6,870 385 800 635 100 65 45
Canmore, T (Alta.) ! 6,880 5,010 420 1,305 40 940 320 145
Cantley, MÉ (Que.) 4,180 3,605 320 185 145 25 15 70
Cape Breton, RGM (N.S.) ! 36,740 28,560 4,395 2,940 665 2,205 75 840
Capital F, RDA (B.C.) ! 3,555 2,710 350 380 40 260 75 115
Capital G, RDA (B.C.) ! 1,725 1,200 200 265 75 175 20 55
Cariboo A, RDA (B.C.) ! 2,540 2,245 190 70 0 45 25 30
Carignan, V (Que.) 3,695 3,155 190 325 275 30 20 20
Carleton Place, T (Ont.) 4,395 3,410 370 550 95 400 50 70
Castlegar, CY (B.C.) ! 3,120 2,605 210 260 0 195 70 50
Cavan-Millbrook-North Monaghan, TP (Ont.) 4,185 3,635 365 120 30 90 0 65
Central Elgin, MU (Ont.) ! 6,400 5,565 455 285 20 245 20 95
Central Huron, MU (Ont.) 3,345 2,835 190 300 0 275 25 15
Central Okanagan J, RDA (B.C.) ! 12,645 10,740 975 760 375 305 80 160
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