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2006 Community Profiles

 
Division No. 9 Image: Data quality note(s)
Alberta
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Table: Population and dwelling counts
Population and dwelling counts Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Population in 2006 1 20,351   3,290,350
Population in 2001 1 19,573   2,974,807
2001 to 2006 population change (%) 4.0   10.6
Total private dwellings 2 8,151   1,335,745
Private dwellings occupied by usual residents 3 7,537   1,256,192
Population density per square kilometre 1.1   5.1
Land area (square km) 18,921.38   640,044.57
Table: Age characteristics
Age characteristics Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 4 20,350 10,390 9,965   3,290,350 1,646,800 1,643,550
0 to 4 years 1,325 675 650   202,595 103,835 98,760
5 to 9 years 1,470 785 685   204,110 104,605 99,510
10 to 14 years 1,610 795 815   224,805 115,155 109,655
15 to 19 years 1,630 865 765   237,900 121,825 116,080
20 to 24 years 1,245 665 580   251,380 128,375 123,005
25 to 29 years 1,150 580 570   240,525 121,755 118,775
30 to 34 years 1,285 655 630   234,305 118,500 115,805
35 to 39 years 1,295 630 660   237,850 119,595 118,255
40 to 44 years 1,715 865 850   268,290 133,515 134,770
45 to 49 years 1,705 880 825   274,735 138,415 136,320
50 to 54 years 1,420 755 660   237,465 120,420 117,040
55 to 59 years 1,190 590 600   189,265 95,470 93,790
60 to 64 years 995 475 520   133,705 66,790 66,915
65 to 69 years 765 400 365   102,410 50,165 52,240
70 to 74 years 605 330 280   86,915 41,680 45,235
75 to 79 years 435 225 205   71,475 32,705 38,765
80 to 84 years 290 125 160   50,320 20,220 30,095
85 years and over 230 90 140   42,290 13,755 28,535
Median age of the population 5 36.9 36.5 37.3   36.0 35.4 36.7
% of the population aged 15 and over 78.4 78.3 78.4   80.8 80.4 81.3
Table: Common-law status characteristics
Common-law status characteristics Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 15 years and over 6 15,945 8,140 7,810   2,658,830 1,323,200 1,335,630
Not in a common-law relationship 14,125 7,230 6,895   2,430,255 1,208,900 1,221,360
In a common-law relationship 1,820 905 920   228,575 114,305 114,270
Table: Legal marital status characteristics
Legal marital status characteristics Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 15 years and over 7 15,945 8,140 7,810   2,658,835 1,323,205 1,335,630
Never legally married (single) 8 4,845 2,835 2,010   905,120 499,355 405,765
Legally married (and not separated) 9 8,550 4,280 4,270   1,347,075 674,745 672,325
Separated, but still legally married 10 485 225 265   73,835 33,340 40,495
Divorced 11 1,250 615 640   204,830 90,760 114,065
Widowed 12 810 175 630   127,980 25,000 102,975
Table: Occupied private dwelling characteristics
Occupied private dwelling characteristics Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total private dwellings occupied by usual residents 13 7,535   1,256,200
Single-detached houses - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 69.7   63.4
Semi-detached houses - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 5.4   4.8
Row houses - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 4.0   7.0
Apartments, duplex - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 14 1.5   2.6
Apartments in buildings with fewer than five storeys - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 14 4.8   14.7
Apartments in buildings with five or more storeys - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 0.0   4.4
Other dwellings - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 15 14.5   3.1
Number of owned dwellings 16 5,820   917,905
Number of rented dwellings 17 1,505   330,275
Number of dwellings constructed before 1986 4,590   785,200
Number of dwellings constructed between 1986 and 2006 18 2,945   470,995
Dwellings requiring major repair - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 8.8   6.7
Average number of rooms per dwelling 19 6.6   6.8
Dwellings with more than one person per room - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 19 1.9   1.3
Average value of owned dwelling ($) 20 219,665   293,811
Table: Selected family characteristics
Selected family characteristics Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total number of census families 21 5,815   904,845
Number of married-couple families 22 4,195   658,900
Number of common-law-couple families 23 920   115,685
Number of lone-parent families 700   130,265
Number of female lone-parent families 570   102,555
Number of male lone-parent families 125   27,710
Average number of persons in all census families 3.0   3.0
Average number of persons in married-couple families 22 3.1   3.1
Average number of persons in common-law-couple families 23 2.9   2.7
Average number of persons in lone-parent families 2.7   2.5
Average number of persons in female lone-parent families 2.7   2.6
Average number of persons in male lone-parent families 2.8   2.4
Median income in 2005 - All census families ($) 24 66,966   73,823
Median income in 2005 - Married-couple families ($) 22 72,742   83,046
Median income in 2005 - Common-law-couple families ($) 23 61,070   67,184
Median income in 2005 - Lone-parent families ($) 35,944   40,397
Median income in 2005 - Female lone-parent families ($) 33,701   37,469
Median income in 2005 - Male lone-parent families ($) 52,650   55,205
Median after-tax income in 2005 - All census families ($) 24 57,775   63,361
Median after-tax income in 2005 - Married-couple families ($) 22 62,503   70,412
Median after-tax income in 2005 - Common-law-couple families ($) 52,956   57,886
Median after-tax income in 2005 - Lone-parent families ($) 34,591   37,780
Median after-tax income in 2005 - Female lone-parent families ($) 32,122   35,395
Median after-tax income in 2005 - Male lone-parent families ($) 47,530   47,852
Table: Selected household characteristics
Selected household characteristics Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total private households 25 7,540   1,256,200
Households containing a couple (married or common-law) with children 26 2,445   382,810
Households containing a couple (married or common-law) without children 27 2,510   360,345
One-person households 1,615   308,690
Other household types 28 970   204,350
Average household size 2.7   2.6
Median income in 2005 - All private households ($) 29 59,965   63,988
Median income in 2005 - Couple households with children ($) 26 83,417   92,155
Median income in 2005 - Couple households without children ($) 27 61,847   72,774
Median income in 2005 - One-person households ($) 29,529   32,179
Median income in 2005 - Other household types ($) 28 46,246   55,479
Median after-tax income in 2005 - All private households ($) 29 52,001   55,199
Median after-tax income in 2005 - Couple households with children ($) 26 70,835   77,708
Median after-tax income in 2005 - Couple households without children ($) 27 53,547   62,435
Median after-tax income in 2005 - One-person households ($) 27,203   28,342
Median after-tax income in 2005 - Other household types ($) 28 42,004   49,796
Median monthly payments for rented dwellings ($) 30 671   754
Median monthly payments for owner-occupied dwellings ($) 31 692   1,016
Table: Mother tongue
Mother tongue Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 32 20,175 10,310 9,860   3,256,355 1,630,870 1,625,485
English only 18,255 9,405 8,850   2,576,670 1,300,045 1,276,620
French only 160 90 65   61,225 30,840 30,385
English and French 15 10 10   5,405 2,725 2,675
Other language(s) 33 1,740 810 935   613,060 297,250 315,805
Table: Knowledge of official languages
Knowledge of official languages Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 34 20,175 10,315 9,860   3,256,355 1,630,865 1,625,485
English only 19,380 9,925 9,450   2,990,805 1,511,945 1,478,860
French only 0 0 0   2,200 995 1,205
English and French 785 380 405   222,885 102,345 120,540
Neither English nor French 15 10 10   40,465 15,585 24,885
Table: Language spoken most often at home
Language spoken most often at home Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 35 20,175 10,315 9,860   3,256,355 1,630,865 1,625,485
English 19,380 9,925 9,450   2,893,240 1,453,645 1,439,595
French 45 20 20   19,315 9,860 9,460
Non-official language 645 305 340   297,955 144,385 153,570
English and French 20 10 10   3,340 1,655 1,685
English and non-official language 85 50 35   41,645 20,860 20,790
French and non-official language 0 0 0   460 250 210
English, French and non-official language 0 0 0   395 215 180
Table: Immigrant status and period of immigration
Immigrant status and period of immigration Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 36 20,175 10,315 9,865   3,256,355 1,630,865 1,625,485
Non-immigrants 37 18,950 9,720 9,235   2,702,225 1,362,250 1,339,970
Immigrants 38 1,125 560 560   527,030 255,355 271,675
Before 1991 800 425 380   295,390 144,550 150,835
1991 to 2000 235 110 130   127,960 60,790 67,170
2001 to 2006 39 80 35 50   103,680 50,015 53,670
Non-permanent residents 40 100 35 70   27,095 13,255 13,840
Table: Citizenship
Citizenship Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 41 20,175 10,315 9,865   3,256,355 1,630,865 1,625,485
Canadian citizens 19,780 10,150 9,630   3,086,650 1,550,145 1,536,500
Canadian citizens under age 18 5,310 2,795 2,520   746,605 383,075 363,535
Canadian citizens age 18 and over 14,465 7,355 7,110   2,340,040 1,167,075 1,172,965
Not Canadian citizens 42 395 165 230   169,710 80,720 88,985
Table: Generation status
Generation status Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 15 years and over 43 15,770 8,045 7,720   2,625,145 1,307,520 1,317,620
1st generation 44 1,185 590 595   525,820 254,380 271,440
2nd generation 45 3,260 1,550 1,710   517,810 253,260 264,550
3rd generation or more 46 11,325 5,910 5,415   1,581,510 799,880 781,630
Table: Mobility status - Place of residence 1 year ago
Mobility status - Place of residence 1 year ago Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 1 year and over 47 19,925 10,185 9,735   3,214,140 1,609,310 1,604,835
Lived at the same address 1 year ago 16,535 8,365 8,175   2,606,575 1,300,905 1,305,675
Lived within the same province or territory 1 year ago, but changed addresses within the same census subdivision (municipality) 1,505 845 655   359,015 182,015 177,000
Lived within the same province or territory 1 year ago, but changed addresses from another census subdivision (municipality) within the same province or territory 1,360 705 655   127,920 64,350 63,565
Lived in a different province or territory 1 year ago 405 195 205   86,995 45,855 41,140
Lived in a different country 1 year ago 115 70 45   33,635 16,180 17,460
Table: Mobility status - Place of residence 5 years ago
Mobility status - Place of residence 5 years ago Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 5 years and over 48 18,870 9,630 9,240   3,053,135 1,526,125 1,527,010
Lived at the same address 5 years ago 12,015 6,100 5,915   1,594,630 795,120 799,510
Lived within the same province or territory 5 years ago, but changed addresses within the same census subdivision (municipality) 2,855 1,480 1,375   792,665 397,305 395,360
Lived within the same province or territory 5 years ago, but changed addresses from another census subdivision (municipality) within the same province or territory 2,810 1,440 1,370   321,085 159,130 161,955
Lived in a different province or territory 5 years ago 1,000 535 465   226,865 116,935 109,930
Lived in a different country 5 years ago 190 70 120   117,885 57,635 60,250
Table: Aboriginal population
Aboriginal population Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal identity population 49 20,180 10,315 9,865   3,256,360 1,630,870 1,625,485
Aboriginal identity population 50 2,270 1,180 1,090   188,365 91,740 96,625
Non-Aboriginal identity population 17,905 9,135 8,775   3,067,990 1,539,125 1,528,865
Table: Educational attainment
Educational attainment Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 15 years and over 51 15,770 8,045 7,720   2,625,145 1,307,520 1,317,620
No certificate, diploma or degree 5,690 3,200 2,490   614,865 312,965 301,900
High school certificate or equivalent 52 4,080 1,735 2,340   688,140 322,495 365,645
Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma 2,180 1,620 555   285,815 200,870 84,945
College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma 53 2,445 955 1,495   472,210 201,965 270,245
University certificate or diploma below the bachelor level 355 75 275   105,680 43,590 62,095
University certificate, diploma or degree 1,020 455 565   458,425 225,635 232,795
Total population aged 15 to 24 54 2,855 1,570 1,280   487,705 250,825 236,880
No certificate, diploma or degree 1,530 890 635   201,685 107,810 93,875
High school certificate or equivalent 55 885 455 430   185,855 96,525 89,330
Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma 120 85 35   21,285 14,085 7,195
College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma 56 185 90 95   42,045 17,535 24,510
University certificate or diploma below the bachelor level 60 0 50   8,655 3,770 4,885
University certificate, diploma or degree 75 45 35   28,180 11,100 17,075
Total population aged 25 to 34 57 2,435 1,250 1,190   472,605 238,435 234,175
No certificate, diploma or degree 640 355 285   64,195 36,355 27,845
High school certificate or equivalent 58 685 315 370   115,405 62,350 53,055
Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma 400 305 90   46,465 32,720 13,740
College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma 59 440 165 275   104,850 45,730 59,120
University certificate or diploma below the bachelor level 35 20 20   18,695 8,250 10,450
University certificate, diploma or degree 225 90 135   123,000 53,030 69,965
Total population aged 35 to 64 60 8,290 4,065 4,225   1,333,030 666,925 666,110
No certificate, diploma or degree 2,285 1,280 1,010   214,775 112,260 102,510
High school certificate or equivalent 61 2,190 840 1,345   318,925 139,280 179,645
Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma 1,375 1,035 340   176,860 125,345 51,515
College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma 62 1,605 595 1,010   283,385 121,575 161,810
University certificate or diploma below the bachelor level 195 50 140   64,665 27,040 37,620
University certificate, diploma or degree 635 270 370   274,420 141,420 132,995
Table: Major field of study
Major field of study Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 15 years and over 63 15,770 8,045 7,720   2,625,145 1,307,520 1,317,625
No postsecondary certificate, diploma or degree 9,765 4,935 4,825   1,303,005 635,455 667,550
Education 630 115 510   104,615 26,530 78,080
Visual and performing arts, and communications technologies 70 20 50   39,210 18,030 21,175
Humanities 160 75 85   52,560 21,050 31,505
Social and behavioural sciences and law 335 55 285   105,725 36,240 69,480
Business, management and public administration 835 155 675   269,270 92,930 176,335
Physical and life sciences and technologies 145 95 45   49,810 28,800 21,010
Mathematics, computer and information sciences 80 45 30   45,145 26,610 18,535
Architecture, engineering, and related technologies 2,070 1,985 85   356,340 328,350 27,995
Agriculture, natural resources and conservation 300 200 95   35,510 24,365 11,145
Health, parks, recreation and fitness 830 80 745   190,870 34,425 156,445
Personal, protective and transportation services 540 265 280   73,005 34,715 38,290
Other 64 0 0 10   70 0 70
Table: Location of study
Location of study Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 15 years and over 65 15,770 8,045 7,720   2,625,145 1,307,520 1,317,625
No postsecondary certificate, diploma or degree 9,765 4,935 4,825   1,303,010 635,460 667,550
Postsecondary certificate, diploma or degree 6,000 3,105 2,895   1,322,130 672,060 650,075
Inside Canada 5,535 2,885 2,655   1,135,080 575,815 559,260
Outside Canada 465 225 240   187,055 96,240 90,815
Table: Labour force activity
Labour force activity Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 15 years and over 66 15,770 8,045 7,720   2,625,140 1,307,520 1,317,620
In the labour force 67 11,795 6,590 5,205   1,942,820 1,050,170 892,650
Employed 68 11,200 6,180 5,015   1,859,965 1,006,865 853,095
Unemployed 69 595 405 190   82,860 43,310 39,550
Not in the labour force 70 3,975 1,460 2,515   682,320 257,345 424,975
Participation rate 71 74.8 81.9 67.4   74.0 80.3 67.7
Employment rate 72 71.0 76.8 65.0   70.9 77.0 64.7
Unemployment rate 73 5.0 6.1 3.7   4.3 4.1 4.4
Table: Occupation
Occupation Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total experienced labour force 15 years and over 74 11,725 6,550 5,180   1,928,635 1,043,790 884,850
A Management occupations 75 850 500 350   187,240 121,045 66,195
B Business, finance and administration occupations 1,540 160 1,380   340,430 86,675 253,755
C Natural and applied sciences and related occupations 490 445 45   144,240 114,280 29,955
D Health occupations 375 40 340   103,620 19,140 84,475
E Occupations in social science, education, government service and religion 555 145 410   136,610 43,620 92,990
F Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport 145 50 95   45,160 18,530 26,630
G Sales and service occupations 2,420 720 1,700   438,105 175,920 262,185
H Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations 2,845 2,655 190   350,360 323,725 26,635
I Occupations unique to primary industry 1,965 1,405 565   117,500 92,145 25,355
J Occupations unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities 525 420 110   65,365 48,705 16,665
Table: Industry
Industry Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total experienced labour force 15 years and over 76 11,725 6,545 5,175   1,928,635 1,043,790 884,850
Agriculture and other resource-based industries 3,100 2,230 870   228,520 168,230 60,285
Construction 1,350 1,115 235   169,420 143,610 25,810
Manufacturing 475 350 130   138,365 102,725 35,640
Wholesale trade 230 180 50   85,515 59,860 25,650
Retail trade 1,210 470 735   206,655 90,015 116,645
Finance and real estate 375 135 245   97,465 40,510 56,960
Health care and social services 800 45 750   175,200 27,060 148,140
Educational services 610 135 475   120,460 37,150 83,315
Business services 1,540 930 610   354,265 212,695 141,575
Other services 2,030 950 1,080   352,760 161,925 190,835
Table: Unpaid work
Unpaid work Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Population 15 years and over reporting hours of unpaid work 77 14,720 7,205 7,515   2,429,725 1,183,705 1,246,015
Population 15 years and over reporting hours of unpaid housework 78 14,495 7,060 7,440   2,399,940 1,164,005 1,235,940
Population 15 years and over reporting hours looking after children without pay 79 6,560 3,020 3,540   1,008,680 450,190 558,490
Population 15 years and over reporting hours of unpaid care or assistance to seniors 80 2,710 1,200 1,505   440,110 182,555 257,555
Table: Language used most often at work
Language used most often at work Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 15 years and over who worked since 2005 81 12,800 6,970 5,830   2,102,190 1,116,595 985,595
English 12,575 6,865 5,710   2,061,400 1,097,715 963,690
French 40 15 20   5,545 1,750 3,795
Non-official language 140 70 70   24,525 12,200 12,325
English and French 10 0 0   2,830 1,220 1,610
English and non-official language 35 10 25   7,700 3,630 4,070
French and non-official language 0 0 0   50 35 15
English, French and non-official language 0 0 0   125 45 80
Table: Place of work status
Place of work status Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total employed labour force 15 years and over 82 11,200 6,185 5,015   1,859,960 1,006,860 853,095
Worked at home 1,970 885 1,090   166,340 80,265 86,080
Worked outside Canada 25 15 10   7,085 5,285 1,795
No fixed workplace address 2,325 2,000 325   254,110 202,830 51,280
Worked at usual place 6,875 3,285 3,595   1,432,435 718,490 713,945
Worked in census subdivision (municipality) of residence 3,005 1,500 1,510   1,080,095 523,740 556,355
Worked in a different census subdivision (municipality) within the census division (county) of residence 2,760 1,230 1,530   291,860 157,180 134,680
Worked in a different census division (county) 1,045 530 515   49,385 30,965 18,420
Worked in a different province 60 20 35   11,090 6,600 4,495
Table: Mode of transportation to work
Mode of transportation to work Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total employed labour force 15 years and over with a usual place of work or no fixed workplace address 83 9,205 5,285 3,920   1,686,540 921,315 765,225
Car, truck, van, as driver 7,695 4,420 3,270   1,253,090 720,030 533,050
Car, truck, van, as passenger 815 505 305   133,395 60,565 72,825
Public transit 20 10 10   155,480 67,710 87,770
Walked or bicycled 475 205 270   119,025 57,625 61,405
All other modes 200 145 55   25,555 15,380 10,170
Table: Visible minority population characteristics
Visible minority population characteristics Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 84 20,175 10,315 9,865   3,256,360 1,630,870 1,625,485
Total visible minority population 85 240 100 135   454,200 223,740 230,465
Chinese 30 15 20   120,270 58,840 61,430
South Asian 86 10 0 10   103,885 51,740 52,150
Black 45 25 20   47,075 24,845 22,230
Filipino 95 20 70   51,090 21,805 29,285
Latin American 20 10 0   27,265 13,410 13,855
Southeast Asian 87 10 0 0   28,610 13,910 14,700
Arab 0 0 0   26,185 14,200 11,980
West Asian 88 0 0 0   9,650 5,090 4,565
Korean 0 10 0   12,045 6,000 6,045
Japanese 0 0 0   11,025 5,480 5,545
Visible minority, n.i.e. 89 20 10 10   3,845 1,970 1,875
Multiple visible minority 90 0 0 0   13,250 6,455 6,795
Not a visible minority 91 19,935 10,215 9,725   2,802,155 1,407,130 1,395,025
Table: Earnings in 2005
Earnings in 2005 Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Persons 15 years and over with earnings (counts) 92 12,315 6,805 5,510   2,058,645 1,087,245 971,400
Median earnings - Persons 15 years and over ($) 93 25,383 37,091 17,352   29,738 38,965 21,968
Persons 15 years and over with earnings who worked full year, full time (counts) 94 5,860 3,810 2,050   1,067,890 639,860 428,030
Median earnings - Persons 15 years and over who worked full year, full time ($) 93 39,958 51,839 28,550   43,964 51,280 35,848
Table: Income in 2005
Income in 2005 Division No. 9 (CD)   Alberta
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Persons 15 years and over with income (counts) 95 15,175 7,820 7,350   2,514,655 1,262,025 1,252,625
Median income - Persons 15 years and over ($) 96 25,225 36,439 17,813   28,896 38,220 21,753
Median income after tax - Persons 15 years and over ($) 96 23,235 31,932 17,058   26,010 33,166 20,386
Composition of total income (100%) 97 100 100 100   100 100 100
Earnings - As a % of total income 83.0 86.3 75.7   82.3 85.4 76.5
Government transfers - As a % of total income 8.2 5.4 14.4   7.2 4.5 12.1
Other money - As a % of total income 8.8 8.3 10.0   10.6 10.1 11.4
Income status of all persons in private households (counts) 98 18,915 9,680 9,235   3,185,130 1,595,340 1,589,790
% in low income before tax - All persons 8.6 8.0 9.2   12.2 11.2 13.2
% in low income after tax - All persons 5.4 5.7 5.1   9.1 8.5 9.6
% in low income before tax - Persons less than 18 years of age 9.3 9.5 9.4   14.2 14.2 14.1
% in low income after tax - Persons less than 18 years of age 5.4 6.3 4.2   10.3 10.3 10.3

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Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census of Population.

How to cite: Statistics Canada. 2007. Division No. 9, Alberta (Code4809) (table). 2006 Community Profiles. 2006 Census. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 92-591-XWE. Ottawa. Released March 13, 2007.
https://www12.statcan.gc.ca/census-recensement/2006/dp-pd/prof/92-591/index.cfm?Lang=E
(accessed October 18, 2019).

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