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2006 Community Profiles

 
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Table: Population and dwelling counts
Population and dwelling counts Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Population in 2006 1 80,532   12,160,282
Population in 2001 1 77,754   11,410,046
2001 to 2006 population change (%) 3.6   6.6
Total private dwellings 2 40,065   4,972,869
Private dwellings occupied by usual residents 3 30,178   4,554,251
Population density per square kilometre 0.5   13.4
Land area (square km) 171,288.20   907,573.82
Table: Age characteristics
Age characteristics Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 4 80,530 40,150 40,385   12,160,285 5,930,700 6,229,580
0 to 4 years 5,240 2,655 2,580   670,770 343,475 327,290
5 to 9 years 5,710 2,865 2,840   721,590 369,670 351,920
10 to 14 years 6,395 3,250 3,140   818,445 420,705 397,740
15 to 19 years 6,370 3,315 3,055   833,115 427,185 405,925
20 to 24 years 4,950 2,430 2,515   797,255 400,445 396,815
25 to 29 years 4,450 2,200 2,255   743,695 360,525 383,170
30 to 34 years 4,545 2,270 2,275   791,955 382,030 409,925
35 to 39 years 5,115 2,460 2,650   883,990 430,220 453,770
40 to 44 years 6,350 3,145 3,210   1,032,415 507,130 525,280
45 to 49 years 6,595 3,395 3,200   991,970 486,390 505,585
50 to 54 years 5,770 2,985 2,790   869,400 423,345 446,060
55 to 59 years 5,105 2,645 2,460   774,530 378,530 395,995
60 to 64 years 3,625 1,850 1,775   581,985 283,545 298,440
65 to 69 years 3,025 1,490 1,530   466,240 222,640 243,600
70 to 74 years 2,530 1,240 1,290   401,950 187,510 214,445
75 to 79 years 2,005 960 1,050   338,910 149,585 189,325
80 to 84 years 1,530 600 930   250,270 97,240 153,035
85 years and over 1,220 390 830   191,810 60,555 131,260
Median age of the population 5 37.5 37.2 37.9   39.0 38.1 39.9
% of the population aged 15 and over 78.5 78.2 78.9   81.8 80.9 82.7
Table: Common-law status characteristics
Common-law status characteristics Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 15 years and over 6 63,190 31,375 31,815   9,949,485 4,796,850 5,152,630
Not in a common-law relationship 55,300 27,420 27,880   9,257,730 4,448,935 4,808,790
In a common-law relationship 7,890 3,955 3,940   691,755 347,915 343,840
Table: Legal marital status characteristics
Legal marital status characteristics Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 15 years and over 7 63,195 31,375 31,815   9,949,480 4,796,850 5,152,635
Never legally married (single) 8 22,015 12,000 10,015   3,143,960 1,662,930 1,481,025
Legally married (and not separated) 9 30,530 15,270 15,260   5,168,660 2,585,115 2,583,545
Separated, but still legally married 10 2,350 1,150 1,195   345,075 150,090 194,980
Divorced 11 4,030 2,010 2,015   679,990 283,150 396,840
Widowed 12 4,270 945 3,325   611,805 115,565 496,235
Table: Occupied private dwelling characteristics
Occupied private dwelling characteristics Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total private dwellings occupied by usual residents 13 30,185   4,555,025
Single-detached houses - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 82.2   56.1
Semi-detached houses - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 2.7   5.7
Row houses - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 1.9   7.9
Apartments, duplex - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 14 1.6   3.4
Apartments in buildings with fewer than five storeys - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 14 6.8   10.8
Apartments in buildings with five or more storeys - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 0.5   15.6
Other dwellings - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 15 4.3   0.5
Number of owned dwellings 16 20,695   3,235,495
Number of rented dwellings 17 5,825   1,312,290
Number of dwellings constructed before 1986 21,645   3,124,010
Number of dwellings constructed between 1986 and 2006 18 8,545   1,431,020
Dwellings requiring major repair - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 15.4   6.6
Average number of rooms per dwelling 19 6.4   6.6
Dwellings with more than one person per room - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 19 3.0   1.9
Average value of owned dwelling ($) 20 158,132   297,479
Table: Selected family characteristics
Selected family characteristics Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total number of census families 21 22,960   3,422,315
Number of married-couple families 22 15,045   2,530,560
Number of common-law-couple families 23 3,955   351,045
Number of lone-parent families 3,955   540,715
Number of female lone-parent families 2,945   441,105
Number of male lone-parent families 1,010   99,605
Average number of persons in all census families 3.0   3.0
Average number of persons in married-couple families 22 3.1   3.1
Average number of persons in common-law-couple families 23 3.1   2.7
Average number of persons in lone-parent families 2.6   2.5
Average number of persons in female lone-parent families 2.7   2.6
Average number of persons in male lone-parent families 2.6   2.4
Median income in 2005 - All census families ($) 24 64,562   69,156
Median income in 2005 - Married-couple families ($) 22 76,383   77,243
Median income in 2005 - Common-law-couple families ($) 23 51,813   66,525
Median income in 2005 - Lone-parent families ($) 32,388   38,448
Median income in 2005 - Female lone-parent families ($) 30,971   36,496
Median income in 2005 - Male lone-parent families ($) 37,679   50,339
Median after-tax income in 2005 - All census families ($) 24 56,347   59,377
Median after-tax income in 2005 - Married-couple families ($) 22 64,909   65,534
Median after-tax income in 2005 - Common-law-couple families ($) 47,371   57,013
Median after-tax income in 2005 - Lone-parent families ($) 30,926   35,677
Median after-tax income in 2005 - Female lone-parent families ($) 29,908   34,206
Median after-tax income in 2005 - Male lone-parent families ($) 35,543   43,972
Table: Selected household characteristics
Selected household characteristics Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total private households 25 30,185   4,555,025
Households containing a couple (married or common-law) with children 26 9,085   1,420,515
Households containing a couple (married or common-law) without children 27 9,050   1,288,140
One-person households 7,425   1,104,865
Other household types 28 4,625   741,505
Average household size 2.6   2.6
Median income in 2005 - All private households ($) 29 54,032   60,455
Median income in 2005 - Couple households with children ($) 26 82,609   87,960
Median income in 2005 - Couple households without children ($) 27 67,615   68,764
Median income in 2005 - One-person households ($) 25,464   30,025
Median income in 2005 - Other household types ($) 28 42,874   51,560
Median after-tax income in 2005 - All private households ($) 29 47,573   52,117
Median after-tax income in 2005 - Couple households with children ($) 26 70,491   74,095
Median after-tax income in 2005 - Couple households without children ($) 27 57,526   58,755
Median after-tax income in 2005 - One-person households ($) 23,256   26,473
Median after-tax income in 2005 - Other household types ($) 28 39,452   46,194
Median monthly payments for rented dwellings ($) 30 644   801
Median monthly payments for owner-occupied dwellings ($) 31 663   1,046
Table: Mother tongue
Mother tongue Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 32 79,820 39,865 39,955   12,028,900 5,877,875 6,151,020
English only 64,350 32,270 32,080   8,230,705 4,044,755 4,185,945
French only 1,780 860 920   488,815 230,700 258,115
English and French 120 50 75   32,685 14,820 17,870
Other language(s) 33 13,565 6,685 6,880   3,276,685 1,587,595 1,689,090
Table: Knowledge of official languages
Knowledge of official languages Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 34 79,820 39,865 39,950   12,028,895 5,877,875 6,151,020
English only 74,745 37,690 37,050   10,335,700 5,130,945 5,204,755
French only 15 10 10   49,210 21,460 27,750
English and French 4,510 1,930 2,580   1,377,330 621,285 756,045
Neither English nor French 550 235 315   266,655 104,185 162,470
Table: Language spoken most often at home
Language spoken most often at home Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 35 79,825 39,865 39,950   12,028,895 5,877,875 6,151,020
English 72,805 36,305 36,500   9,655,830 4,733,165 4,922,665
French 390 165 220   289,035 136,125 152,910
Non-official language 6,290 3,220 3,070   1,811,620 874,575 937,050
English and French 110 55 50   26,045 11,875 14,175
English and non-official language 230 110 115   239,890 119,205 120,685
French and non-official language 0 0 0   3,065 1,455 1,605
English, French and non-official language 0 0 0   3,405 1,480 1,925
Table: Immigrant status and period of immigration
Immigrant status and period of immigration Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 36 79,825 39,870 39,950   12,028,895 5,877,875 6,151,020
Non-immigrants 37 75,145 37,770 37,375   8,512,020 4,197,560 4,314,460
Immigrants 38 4,405 1,990 2,420   3,398,725 1,620,320 1,778,400
Before 1991 3,550 1,635 1,915   1,884,440 901,375 983,065
1991 to 2000 535 210 320   933,545 443,665 489,880
2001 to 2006 39 320 140 175   580,740 275,280 305,460
Non-permanent residents 40 270 105 160   118,150 59,995 58,155
Table: Citizenship
Citizenship Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 41 79,820 39,865 39,955   12,028,900 5,877,875 6,151,020
Canadian citizens 78,485 39,365 39,120   11,131,465 5,455,880 5,675,585
Canadian citizens under age 18 21,115 10,710 10,405   2,572,660 1,320,670 1,251,990
Canadian citizens age 18 and over 57,365 28,655 28,715   8,558,810 4,135,210 4,423,595
Not Canadian citizens 42 1,335 505 835   897,430 421,990 475,435
Table: Generation status
Generation status Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 15 years and over 43 62,525 31,145 31,380   9,819,420 4,744,710 5,074,710
1st generation 44 4,580 2,045 2,535   3,340,210 1,590,525 1,749,680
2nd generation 45 9,885 4,705 5,180   1,912,460 933,690 978,765
3rd generation or more 46 48,060 24,400 23,665   4,566,750 2,220,495 2,346,260
Table: Mobility status - Place of residence 1 year ago
Mobility status - Place of residence 1 year ago Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 1 year and over 47 78,830 39,335 39,495   11,893,180 5,808,065 6,085,115
Lived at the same address 1 year ago 70,690 35,285 35,405   10,299,250 5,027,935 5,271,320
Lived within the same province or territory 1 year ago, but changed addresses within the same census subdivision (municipality) 4,935 2,465 2,465   951,995 466,425 485,570
Lived within the same province or territory 1 year ago, but changed addresses from another census subdivision (municipality) within the same province or territory 2,200 1,100 1,100   453,460 222,520 230,945
Lived in a different province or territory 1 year ago 835 400 435   56,835 27,630 29,205
Lived in a different country 1 year ago 170 85 85   131,630 63,550 68,075
Table: Mobility status - Place of residence 5 years ago
Mobility status - Place of residence 5 years ago Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 5 years and over 48 74,760 37,250 37,515   11,354,360 5,532,565 5,821,800
Lived at the same address 5 years ago 51,835 26,115 25,720   6,660,310 3,245,120 3,415,185
Lived within the same province or territory 5 years ago, but changed addresses within the same census subdivision (municipality) 13,095 6,425 6,670   2,542,885 1,241,165 1,301,720
Lived within the same province or territory 5 years ago, but changed addresses from another census subdivision (municipality) within the same province or territory 6,140 2,985 3,155   1,398,660 682,595 716,070
Lived in a different province or territory 5 years ago 3,180 1,505 1,670   185,785 89,885 95,900
Lived in a different country 5 years ago 510 220 290   566,710 273,790 292,920
Table: Aboriginal population
Aboriginal population Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal identity population 49 79,820 39,870 39,955   12,028,900 5,877,875 6,151,020
Aboriginal identity population 50 25,530 12,845 12,685   242,490 117,585 124,900
Non-Aboriginal identity population 54,290 27,020 27,270   11,786,405 5,760,285 6,026,115
Table: Educational attainment
Educational attainment Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 15 years and over 51 62,525 31,145 31,375   9,819,420 4,744,710 5,074,710
No certificate, diploma or degree 21,260 10,990 10,270   2,183,625 1,059,015 1,124,615
High school certificate or equivalent 52 16,215 7,530 8,690   2,628,575 1,220,380 1,408,190
Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma 6,870 5,020 1,850   785,115 514,820 270,295
College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma 53 10,615 4,470 6,145   1,804,775 782,360 1,022,420
University certificate or diploma below the bachelor level 1,815 705 1,105   405,270 181,355 223,915
University certificate, diploma or degree 5,750 2,430 3,315   2,012,060 986,780 1,025,280
Total population aged 15 to 24 54 11,355 5,755 5,600   1,624,835 826,425 798,410
No certificate, diploma or degree 6,430 3,390 3,035   648,300 348,960 299,345
High school certificate or equivalent 55 3,520 1,795 1,730   627,010 321,420 305,590
Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma 310 170 135   37,475 22,735 14,740
College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma 56 675 290 385   160,140 72,655 87,480
University certificate or diploma below the bachelor level 70 35 35   33,875 15,860 18,020
University certificate, diploma or degree 350 75 275   118,030 44,790 73,240
Total population aged 25 to 34 57 8,875 4,375 4,500   1,529,590 737,610 791,980
No certificate, diploma or degree 2,085 1,085 1,000   132,715 73,165 59,550
High school certificate or equivalent 58 2,565 1,370 1,190   364,260 200,340 163,920
Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma 765 565 195   91,525 56,430 35,095
College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma 59 2,040 865 1,175   372,355 165,310 207,050
University certificate or diploma below the bachelor level 235 80 155   68,800 31,275 37,525
University certificate, diploma or degree 1,180 405 775   499,935 211,090 288,845
Total population aged 35 to 64 60 32,505 16,500 16,000   5,108,740 2,488,355 2,620,380
No certificate, diploma or degree 7,995 4,500 3,495   766,810 383,295 383,520
High school certificate or equivalent 61 8,375 3,765 4,610   1,296,405 580,705 715,710
Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma 4,385 3,260 1,125   489,605 320,260 169,345
College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma 62 6,900 2,930 3,970   1,089,270 470,180 619,090
University certificate or diploma below the bachelor level 1,210 470 740   241,150 108,080 133,065
University certificate, diploma or degree 3,640 1,580 2,060   1,225,490 625,845 599,650
Table: Major field of study
Major field of study Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 15 years and over 63 62,525 31,145 31,375   9,819,420 4,744,710 5,074,710
No postsecondary certificate, diploma or degree 37,480 18,515 18,960   4,812,200 2,279,390 2,532,810
Education 2,635 670 1,965   335,715 81,810 253,900
Visual and performing arts, and communications technologies 305 165 145   193,790 90,735 103,060
Humanities 925 355 570   292,845 110,970 181,875
Social and behavioural sciences and law 1,635 470 1,160   576,100 202,080 374,020
Business, management and public administration 4,355 1,110 3,245   1,061,210 417,010 644,200
Physical and life sciences and technologies 510 265 245   181,250 94,220 87,030
Mathematics, computer and information sciences 415 185 230   254,440 151,930 102,505
Architecture, engineering, and related technologies 6,515 6,290 225   1,089,310 995,690 93,620
Agriculture, natural resources and conservation 1,160 890 270   91,965 62,180 29,780
Health, parks, recreation and fitness 4,155 705 3,450   665,490 124,885 540,605
Personal, protective and transportation services 2,430 1,515 915   264,620 133,610 131,015
Other 64 0 0 0   480 190 285
Table: Location of study
Location of study Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 15 years and over 65 62,525 31,145 31,375   9,819,420 4,744,710 5,074,710
No postsecondary certificate, diploma or degree 37,475 18,520 18,960   4,812,200 2,279,390 2,532,805
Postsecondary certificate, diploma or degree 25,050 12,630 12,420   5,007,220 2,465,315 2,541,905
Inside Canada 23,390 11,910 11,485   3,928,555 1,906,245 2,022,310
Outside Canada 1,655 725 930   1,078,670 559,075 519,590
Table: Labour force activity
Labour force activity Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 15 years and over 66 62,525 31,145 31,380   9,819,420 4,744,710 5,074,710
In the labour force 67 40,670 21,420 19,245   6,587,580 3,437,670 3,149,905
Employed 68 37,275 19,440 17,840   6,164,245 3,230,050 2,934,195
Unemployed 69 3,390 1,980 1,410   423,335 207,620 215,710
Not in the labour force 70 21,860 9,720 12,135   3,231,840 1,307,035 1,924,805
Participation rate 71 65.0 68.8 61.3   67.1 72.5 62.1
Employment rate 72 59.6 62.4 56.9   62.8 68.1 57.8
Unemployment rate 73 8.3 9.2 7.3   6.4 6.0 6.8
Table: Occupation
Occupation Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total experienced labour force 15 years and over 74 39,915 20,960 18,955   6,473,735 3,385,885 3,087,850
A Management occupations 75 3,445 1,925 1,520   666,485 418,355 248,125
B Business, finance and administration occupations 5,030 910 4,115   1,204,490 360,225 844,260
C Natural and applied sciences and related occupations 1,680 1,360 315   451,930 349,305 102,630
D Health occupations 2,350 420 1,930   340,690 66,950 273,740
E Occupations in social science, education, government service and religion 4,355 1,260 3,095   546,385 174,765 371,620
F Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport 460 210 250   200,980 90,590 110,390
G Sales and service occupations 10,675 3,995 6,685   1,522,820 657,605 865,215
H Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations 7,630 7,140 490   911,250 845,595 65,655
I Occupations unique to primary industry 2,270 2,070 195   165,085 125,660 39,430
J Occupations unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities 2,015 1,660 355   463,610 296,825 166,785
Table: Industry
Industry Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total experienced labour force 15 years and over 76 39,915 20,960 18,955   6,473,730 3,385,885 3,087,850
Agriculture and other resource-based industries 3,580 3,105 475   190,000 137,345 52,660
Construction 2,380 2,125 255   384,775 338,850 45,930
Manufacturing 3,745 3,215 525   899,670 628,460 271,210
Wholesale trade 650 390 260   307,465 199,755 107,710
Retail trade 4,885 2,185 2,695   720,235 322,715 397,515
Finance and real estate 1,305 315 985   442,610 193,375 249,230
Health care and social services 5,720 1,075 4,645   611,740 104,935 506,805
Educational services 3,260 880 2,380   433,485 141,630 291,855
Business services 4,345 2,830 1,510   1,274,345 755,215 519,130
Other services 10,050 4,835 5,215   1,209,390 563,600 645,790
Table: Unpaid work
Unpaid work Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Population 15 years and over reporting hours of unpaid work 77 58,125 28,335 29,785   8,991,010 4,259,925 4,731,085
Population 15 years and over reporting hours of unpaid housework 78 57,180 27,730 29,450   8,869,060 4,186,725 4,682,335
Population 15 years and over reporting hours looking after children without pay 79 26,940 12,125 14,815   3,736,900 1,649,835 2,087,065
Population 15 years and over reporting hours of unpaid care or assistance to seniors 80 14,400 6,425 7,970   1,838,830 773,420 1,065,410
Table: Language used most often at work
Language used most often at work Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 15 years and over who worked since 2005 81 44,500 23,285 21,215   7,054,270 3,652,835 3,401,430
English 43,085 22,545 20,545   6,754,045 3,511,580 3,242,460
French 85 15 70   97,965 40,635 57,330
Non-official language 1,170 650 520   112,125 57,295 54,830
English and French 40 30 15   42,945 19,035 23,910
English and non-official language 115 45 65   45,400 23,405 22,000
French and non-official language 0 0 0   230 100 130
English, French and non-official language 0 0 0   1,560 780 775
Table: Place of work status
Place of work status Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total employed labour force 15 years and over 82 37,275 19,440 17,835   6,164,245 3,230,055 2,934,195
Worked at home 2,065 1,120 945   436,380 220,340 216,040
Worked outside Canada 135 55 80   36,905 24,210 12,695
No fixed workplace address 4,145 3,215 930   596,305 445,625 150,680
Worked at usual place 30,930 15,055 15,875   5,094,650 2,539,870 2,554,780
Worked in census subdivision (municipality) of residence 23,515 11,160 12,360   3,056,365 1,421,005 1,635,365
Worked in a different census subdivision (municipality) within the census division (county) of residence 6,605 3,345 3,255   795,195 404,425 390,765
Worked in a different census division (county) 555 370 185   1,211,410 696,880 514,525
Worked in a different province 260 180 80   31,680 17,555 14,120
Table: Mode of transportation to work
Mode of transportation to work Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
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 35,075 18,265 16,810   5,690,960 2,985,495 2,705,465
Car, truck, van, as driver 25,455 13,625 11,830   4,038,035 2,274,810 1,763,230
Car, truck, van, as passenger 3,575 1,580 1,995   470,410 191,695 278,715
Public transit 110 65 45   736,060 299,920 436,140
Walked or bicycled 5,105 2,480 2,625   389,105 190,340 198,765
All other modes 820 505 315   57,350 28,740 28,610
Table: Visible minority population characteristics
Visible minority population characteristics Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 84 79,820 39,865 39,955   12,028,895 5,877,875 6,151,020
Total visible minority population 85 680 345 330   2,745,200 1,332,995 1,412,205
Chinese 95 40 50   576,975 277,500 299,475
South Asian 86 115 55 60   794,170 401,900 392,270
Black 110 65 45   473,765 223,220 250,540
Filipino 75 30 45   203,215 87,025 116,190
Latin American 125 65 60   147,140 71,370 75,765
Southeast Asian 87 15 10 0   110,045 53,135 56,910
Arab 50 35 20   111,405 58,625 52,785
West Asian 88 0 0 0   96,620 49,275 47,340
Korean 10 0 10   69,540 33,720 35,820
Japanese 55 20 30   28,080 12,775 15,300
Visible minority, n.i.e. 89 10 10 0   56,845 26,680 30,160
Multiple visible minority 90 15 0 10   77,400 37,755 39,645
Not a visible minority 91 79,145 39,520 39,620   9,283,695 4,544,875 4,738,815
Table: Earnings in 2005
Earnings in 2005 Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Persons 15 years and over with earnings (counts) 92 44,415 23,400 21,015   6,991,670 3,621,760 3,369,910
Median earnings - Persons 15 years and over ($) 93 25,419 32,144 21,564   29,335 35,702 23,755
Persons 15 years and over with earnings who worked full year, full time (counts) 94 21,875 12,360 9,520   3,690,665 2,116,730 1,573,940
Median earnings - Persons 15 years and over who worked full year, full time ($) 93 43,155 50,875 35,791   44,748 50,057 38,914
Table: Income in 2005
Income in 2005 Northwestern Health Unit (HR)   Ontario
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Persons 15 years and over with income (counts) 95 60,030 30,015 30,015   9,340,020 4,540,895 4,799,125
Median income - Persons 15 years and over ($) 96 25,248 32,910 20,099   27,258 34,454 21,669
Median income after tax - Persons 15 years and over ($) 96 23,117 29,422 19,054   24,604 30,182 20,201
Composition of total income (100%) 97 100 100 100   100 100 100
Earnings - As a % of total income 75.0 77.4 71.6   77.4 80.7 72.4
Government transfers - As a % of total income 13.2 10.1 17.9   9.8 6.9 14.0
Other money - As a % of total income 11.7 12.5 10.5   12.9 12.4 13.5
Income status of all persons in private households (counts) 98 63,165 31,345 31,825   11,926,140 5,825,145 6,100,995
% in low income before tax - All persons 8.1 7.7 8.5   14.7 13.7 15.6
% in low income after tax - All persons 4.9 5.0 4.8   11.1 10.5 11.6
% in low income before tax - Persons less than 18 years of age 11.2 11.8 10.6   18.0 17.9 18.1
% in low income after tax - Persons less than 18 years of age 6.5 7.1 6.0   13.7 13.7 13.8

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Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census of Population.

How to cite: Statistics Canada. 2007. Northwestern Health Unit, Ontario (Code3549) (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 15, 2019).

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