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Employed labour force(1) by mode of transportation, both sexes, 2006 counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations of residence - 20% sample data

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Place of residence Place of work
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
Alberta ! 1,686,540 1,253,085 133,395 274,505 155,480 99,725 19,300 25,555
Wetaskiwin, CA ! 5,420 4,215 585 560 30 450 75 65
Cold Lake, CA ! 6,690 5,185 860 580 25 440 110 60
Canmore, CA ! 6,880 5,010 420 1,305 40 940 320 145
Camrose, CA ! 7,445 5,900 650 695 30 580 85 200
Okotoks, CA ! 9,015 7,460 710 720 260 370 90 120
Brooks, CA ! 11,280 8,785 1,600 780 15 640 120 110
Lloydminster, CA ! 14,775 12,380 1,300 910 60 755 95 190
Lloydminster (Alberta part) 8,655 7,350 680 530 35 430 65 90
Lloydminster (Saskatchewan part) ! 6,125 5,025 620 375 20 325 35 95
Wood Buffalo, CA ! 31,870 16,660 4,480 6,250 4,725 1,465 55 4,480
Medicine Hat, CA ! 35,090 29,525 2,670 2,345 675 1,385 285 545
Grande Prairie, CA ! 39,575 32,830 3,335 2,940 665 2,070 200 475
Lethbridge, CA ! 46,115 37,800 3,515 4,255 1,000 2,600 660 540
Red Deer, CA ! 46,170 36,525 4,115 4,820 1,730 2,485 600 710
Edmonton, CMA ! 546,070 409,650 42,740 87,040 52,990 27,815 6,235 6,630
Calgary, CMA ! 584,505 403,820 43,965 130,690 91,370 31,755 7,565 6,035
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