- Detailed Canada Population Statistics in 2011
- Canada Immigrant Population in 2011
- Canada Citizen Population in 2011
- Canada Population Distribution in 2011
- Canada Population
- Canada Population Categorization
- Canada Population Groups
- Canada Demographics
- Canada Provinces Population
- Population By Geocode
- Canada Census
- National Household Survey
- NHS Survey
Detailed Canadian Population Statistics by Province 2011
This dataset covers the population statistics of Canada by provinces and territories. It is categorized also by citizen/immigration status, ethnic origin, religion, mobility, education, language, work, housing, income etc. There is detailed characteristics categorization within these stated categories that are in 5 layers.
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This dataset belongs to the National Household Survey (NHS) 2011 profile that presents information from the 2011 NHS survey for various levels of geography, including provinces and territories, census metropolitan areas/census agglomerations, census divisions, census subdivisions, census tracts, federal electoral districts and health regions.
In order to provide a comprehensive overview of an area, this product presents data from both the NHS and the 2011 Census. NHS data topics include immigration and ethnocultural diversity; aboriginal peoples; education and labor; mobility and migration; language of work; income and housing. 2011 Census data topics include population and dwelling counts; age and sex; families, households and marital status; structural type of dwelling and collectives; and language.
The data are collected for private dwellings occupied by usual residents. A private dwelling is a dwelling in which a person or a group of persons permanently reside. Information for the National Household Survey does not include information for collective dwellings. Collective dwellings are dwellings used for commercial, institutional or communal purposes, such as a hotel, a hospital or a work camp.
To ensure confidentiality, the values, including totals are randomly rounded either up or down to a multiple of 5 or 10. As a result, when these data are summed or grouped, the total value may not match the individual values since totals and sub-totals are independently rounded.
In addition to random rounding, area and data suppression have been adopted to further protect the confidentiality of individual respondents’ personal information.
Area and data suppression results in the deletion of all information for geographic areas with populations below a specified size. For example, areas with a population of fewer than 40 persons are suppressed. In addition to area suppression, information is suppressed if the global non-response rate to the National Household Survey was greater than 50% or greater than 25% for the Census of Population. Any income data collected from the National Household Survey are suppressed if the population in the area is less than 250 or if the number of private households is less than 40. Suppression of data can also be due to poor data quality or to other technical reasons.
About this Dataset
John Snow Labs; Statistics Canada;
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Statistics Canada. 2016. NHS Profile, 2011 Census. Canada.
Canada Population, Canada Population Categorization, Canada Population Groups, Canada Demographics, Canada Provinces Population, Population By Geocode, Canada Census, National Household Survey, NHS Survey
Detailed Canada Population Statistics in 2011, Canada Immigrant Population in 2011, Canada Citizen Population in 2011, Canada Population Distribution in 2011
|Geocode||Geocode is a number assigned to convert addresses (like a street address) into geographic coordinates which can be used to place markers on a map or position the map||integer||required : 1level : Nominal|
|Province||Canada or the province name in Canada||string||required : 1|
|Global_NonResponse_Rate||For the 2011 National Household Survey (NHS) estimates, the global non-response rate (GNR) is used as an indicator of data quality; this indicator combines complete non-response (household) and partial non-response (question) into a single rate; a smaller GNR indicates a lower risk of non-response bias and as a result, lower risk of inaccuracy; the threshold used for estimates' suppression is a GNR of 50% or more||string||-|
|Topic||The socio-economic or demographic topic (as mentioned in the description) for which data are provided for the main population groups by the specified topic and subgroups of the main groups (characteristic subgroups levels 1-4)||string||required : 1|
|Main_Characteristic_Groups||Includes the main population groups (as totals) depending on the topic||string||required : 1|
|Characteristic_Subgroups_Level_1||Includes the main population groups (as totals for level 1) and the subgroups belonging to the main population groups||string||required : 1|
|Characteristic_Subgroups_Level_2||Includes the main population groups (as totals), the first level subgroups (as totals for level 2) and the second level subgroups belonging to the first level subgroups||string||required : 1|
|Characteristic_Subgroups_Level_3||Includes the main population groups (as totals), the first level subgroups (as totals), the second level subgroups (as totals for level 3) and the third level subgroups belonging to the second level subgroups||string||required : 1|
|Characteristic_Subgroups_Level_4||Includes the main population groups (as totals), the first level subgroups (as totals), the second level subgroups (as totals), the third level subgroups (as totals for level 4) and the fourth level subgroups belonging to the third level subgroups||string||required : 1|
|Total||The estimated total number of individuals (estimated population); because the values are estimated, they includes decimals||number||level : Ratio|
|Male||The estimated number of male individuals in the population; because the values are estimated, they includes decimals||number||level : Ratio|
|Female||The estimated number of female individuals in the population; because the values are estimated, they includes decimals||number||level : Ratio|
|Notes||Additional relevant notes for the data||string||-|
|62||Nunavut||25.2||Religion||Total population in private households by religion||Sikh||Sikh||Sikh||Sikh||10.0|
|60||Yukon||29.9||Mobility||Total - Mobility status 1 year ago||Movers||Movers||Movers||Movers||5340.0||2660.0||2685.0|
|13||New Brunswick||28.6||Religion||Total population in private households by religion||Sikh||Sikh||Sikh||Sikh||20.0|
|60||Yukon||29.9||Religion||Total population in private households by religion||Sikh||Sikh||Sikh||Sikh||90.0||50.0||35.0|
|60||Yukon||29.9||Mobility||Total - Mobility status 5 years ago||Movers||Movers||Movers||Movers||14250.0||7045.0||7210.0|
|62||Nunavut||25.2||Mobility||Total - Mobility status 1 year ago||Movers||Movers||Movers||Movers||4815.0||2365.0||2450.0|
|62||Nunavut||25.2||Mobility||Total - Mobility status 5 years ago||Movers||Movers||Movers||Movers||11835.0||5945.0||5890.0|
|60||Yukon||29.9||Mobility||Total - Mobility status 1 year ago||Movers||Migrants||Migrants||Migrants||2170.0||1035.0||1135.0|
|62||Nunavut||25.2||Mobility||Total - Mobility status 1 year ago||Movers||Migrants||Migrants||Migrants||1610.0||790.0||820.0|
|24||Quebec||22.4||Mobility||Total - Mobility status 1 year ago||Movers||Movers||Movers||Movers||901675.0||444985.0||456685.0|