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

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Place of residence Place of work status2
Total Worked at home Worked outside Canada No fixed workplace address Usual place of work
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. Refers to the place of work of non-institutional residents 15 years of age and over who worked at some time since January 1, 2005. The variable usually relates to the individual's job held in the week prior to enumeration. However, if the person did not work during that week but had worked at some time since January 1, 2005, the information relates to the job held longest during that period.
    Respondent-completed responses:
    Worked at home - Persons whose job is located in the same building as their place of residence, persons who live and work on the same farm, building superintendents and teleworkers who spend most of their work week working at home.
    Worked outside Canada - Persons who work at a location outside Canada. This can include diplomats, Armed Forces personnel and other persons enumerated abroad. This category also includes recent immigrants who may not currently be employed, but whose job of longest duration since January 1, 2005 was held outside Canada.
    No fixed workplace address - Persons who do not go from home to the same workplace location at the beginning of each shift. Such persons include building and landscape contractors, travelling salespersons, independent truck drivers, etc.
    Worked at the address specified below - Persons who are not included in the categories described above and who report to the same (usual) workplace location at the beginning of each shift are included here. Respondents are asked to provide the street address, city, town, village, township, municipality or Indian reserve, province or territory and postal code of their workplace. If the full street address was not known, the name of the building or nearest street intersection could be substituted.
    Teleworkers who spend less than one-half of their workweek working at their home office are asked to report the full address of their employer. Persons whose workplace location varied, but who reported regularly to an employer's address at the beginning of each shift, are asked to report the full address of the employer.
    For additional information, please refer to the 2006 Census Dictionary, Catalogue number 92-566-XWE or 92-566-XPE.
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Canada ! 16,021,180 1,230,350 76,570 1,644,365 13,069,895
Abbotsford, CY (B.C.) ! 62,025 5,670 380 9,670 46,300
Acton Vale, V (Que.) ! 3,785 270 10 220 3,280
Adjala-Tosorontio, TP (Ont.) 6,055 645 30 760 4,620
Airdrie, CY (Alta.) ! 16,730 1,135 40 2,630 12,915
Ajax, T (Ont.) 48,400 2,585 175 4,275 41,370
Alfred and Plantagenet, TP (Ont.) ! 4,350 500 10 590 3,245
Algoma, Unorganized, North Part, NO (Ont.) ! 2,420 295 0 370 1,755
Alma, V (Que.) ! 13,735 505 15 950 12,270
Alnwick, P (N.B.) ! 1,940 100 10 405 1,425
Alnwick/Haldimand, TP (Ont.) 3,380 485 10 475 2,415
Amherst, T (N.S.) 4,220 170 10 335 3,705
Amherstburg, T (Ont.) 10,595 500 285 775 9,035
Amos, V (Que.) 5,885 285 0 450 5,145
Amqui, V (Que.) 2,700 245 0 160 2,290
Annapolis, Subd. A, SC (N.S.) ! 2,590 350 10 365 1,865
Annapolis, Subd. C, SC (N.S.) 2,265 155 0 270 1,835
Antigonish, Subd. A, SC (N.S.) 3,935 365 15 480 3,065
Antigonish, Subd. B, SC (N.S.) ! 3,135 215 30 360 2,535
Argyle, MD (N.S.) ! 3,975 270 10 840 2,845
Arnprior, T (Ont.) 3,380 135 0 345 2,900
Arran-Elderslie, MU (Ont.) 3,345 625 10 375 2,345
Asbestos, V (Que.) ! 2,820 145 0 170 2,505
Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh, TP (Ont.) ! 2,720 705 0 280 1,730
Athabasca County No. 12, CM (Alta.) ! 4,395 995 0 700 2,695
Augusta, TP (Ont.) ! 3,810 270 30 335 3,175
Aurora, T (Ont.) 26,240 2,435 95 2,345 21,360
Aylmer, T (Ont.) ! 3,245 125 0 295 2,825
Baie-Comeau, V (Que.) ! 11,565 325 0 425 10,805
Baie-Saint-Paul, V (Que.) ! 3,325 305 0 185 2,825
Banff, T (Alta.) ! 5,040 230 50 355 4,400
Barrhead County No. 11, CM (Alta.) ! 3,265 960 15 465 1,830
Barrie, CY (Ont.) 67,700 4,080 240 7,515 55,860
Barrington, MD (N.S.) 3,110 280 0 855 1,970
Bathurst, P (N.B.) 2,575 115 0 240 2,215
Bathurst, CY (N.B.) ! 5,495 225 15 390 4,870
Bayham, MU (Ont.) 3,060 495 15 395 2,155
Bay Roberts, T (N.L.) 1,985 80 0 265 1,635
Beaconsfield, V (Que.) ! 9,535 1,375 55 465 7,635
Beaubassin East / Beaubassin-est, RCR (N.B.) ! 3,065 255 0 370 2,435
Beauceville, V (Que.) 3,100 170 10 250 2,670
Beauharnois, V (Que.) ! 5,760 310 15 480 4,960
Beaumont, T (Alta.) 5,205 335 30 720 4,125
Beaver County, CM (Alta.) ! 3,420 1,030 35 475 1,890
Bécancour, V (Que.) ! 5,375 555 30 520 4,270
Beckwith, TP (Ont.) ! 3,545 330 10 360 2,845
Belleville, CY (Ont.) ! 23,690 1,290 90 1,885 20,425
Beloeil, V (Que.) 10,170 630 25 1,025 8,480
Beresford, P (N.B.) 2,870 150 0 290 2,425
Big Lakes, MD (Alta.) ! 2,685 445 0 445 1,795
Blainville, V (Que.) 25,530 1,690 20 2,205 21,605
Blandford-Blenheim, TP (Ont.) ! 4,165 560 15 385 3,205
Blue Mountains, T (Ont.) ! 3,435 725 35 515 2,160
Bluewater, MU (Ont.) ! 3,785 495 10 400 2,880
Boisbriand, V (Que.) ! 14,560 790 15 1,185 12,565
Boischatel, MÉ (Que.) 2,960 115 0 220 2,625
Bois-des-Filion, V (Que.) ! 4,550 270 0 465 3,810
Bonnyville, T (Alta.) ! 3,075 105 10 555 2,405
Bonnyville No. 87, MD (Alta.) ! 5,530 1,100 0 1,030 3,405
Boucherville, V (Que.) ! 21,030 1,575 80 1,265 18,115
Bracebridge, T (Ont.) ! 8,200 740 20 1,225 6,210
Bradford West Gwillimbury, T (Ont.) 13,515 865 15 1,820 10,820
Brampton, CY (Ont.) 225,080 9,305 1,055 25,585 189,135
Brandon, CY (Man.) ! 21,935 990 50 1,830 19,060
Brant, CY (Ont.) 18,840 2,210 75 1,765 14,785
Brantford, CY (Ont.) 44,630 2,020 135 3,845 38,635
Brazeau County, MD (Alta.) ! 4,185 715 0 935 2,525
Bridgewater, T (N.S.) 3,670 225 20 370 3,050
Brighton, MU (Ont.) 4,295 520 10 540 3,225
Brock, TP (Ont.) 6,110 760 15 875 4,465
Brockton, MU (Ont.) 5,105 685 15 500 3,910
Brockville, CY (Ont.) ! 9,665 445 35 630 8,550
Bromont, V (Que.) ! 3,295 310 10 325 2,650
Brooks, CY (Alta.) 7,575 335 10 1,415 5,815
Brossard, V (Que.) ! 36,860 2,570 240 2,505 31,540
Brownsburg-Chatham, V (Que.) ! 3,090 240 0 340 2,510
Bulkley-Nechako A, RDA (B.C.) ! 2,990 445 0 410 2,130
Burlington, CY (Ont.) 88,280 6,800 390 6,730 74,365
Burnaby, CY (B.C.) ! 102,125 7,060 1,405 11,490 82,165
Burton, P (N.B.) ! 2,645 105 20 350 2,165
Caledon, T (Ont.) ! 31,780 3,025 160 3,590 25,005
Calgary, CY (Alta.) ! 579,310 38,230 2,680 72,500 465,895
Cambridge, CY (Ont.) 64,110 3,345 210 5,010 55,545
Campbell River, CY (B.C.) ! 14,235 805 15 2,170 11,250
Campbellton, CY (N.B.) 2,975 140 0 165 2,670
Camrose, CY (Alta.) ! 8,010 540 20 1,095 6,350
Camrose County No. 22, CM (Alta.) ! 4,470 1,405 15 620 2,430
Candiac, V (Que.) 8,790 665 20 585 7,520
Canmore, T (Alta.) ! 7,755 820 55 1,255 5,630
Cantley, MÉ (Que.) 4,435 250 0 570 3,605
Cape Breton, RGM (N.S.) ! 38,360 1,500 115 3,900 32,840
Capital F, RDA (B.C.) ! 4,895 1,275 65 715 2,835
Capital G, RDA (B.C.) ! 2,445 700 25 520 1,200
Cariboo A, RDA (B.C.) ! 2,845 300 0 305 2,230
Carignan, V (Que.) 4,095 375 25 450 3,250
Carleton Place, T (Ont.) 4,645 235 15 560 3,835
Castlegar, CY (B.C.) ! 3,385 250 10 375 2,745
Cavan-Millbrook-North Monaghan, TP (Ont.) 4,775 590 0 605 3,580
Central Elgin, MU (Ont.) ! 7,150 690 60 620 5,780
Central Huron, MU (Ont.) 4,080 720 15 365 2,975
Central Okanagan J, RDA (B.C.) ! 14,400 1,670 85 2,185 10,455
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