Demographics, income and labour summaries for BC Census Subdivisions from Statistics Canada

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Statistics Canada 2011 Census of Population and 2011 National Household Survey (NHS) demographics, income and labour summaries for Census Subdivisions. Summaries include total population by age group, household count, household total income; workforce (age 15-64) education; total labour force population (15 years and older) by industry (North American Industry Classification System, NAICS 2007) and occupation (National Occupational Classification, NOC); median commuting duration; workforce participation rates.

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Dataset Extent

Latitude: 48.0° to 60.0°
Longitude: -139.5° to -113.5°

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Purpose

Application-specific for the Trade and Invest British Columbia website (https://www.britishcolumbia.ca/)

Contact Information

NamePer Wallenius (pointOfContact)
EmailPer.Wallenius@gov.bc.ca
OrganizationMinistry of Jobs, Trade and Technology
Sub-OrganizationInternational Marketing

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Who can view this dataset? Public
Who can download this dataset?Public

Metadata Information

Record Published 2014-12-15
Record Last Modified 2018-11-27
Resource Status onGoing

Object Description

Object Name: WHSE_HUMAN_CULTURAL_ECONOMIC.ECON_CENSUS_SUBDIV_POP_NHS

Short Name: CSDVPOPNHS
Comments: CENSUS SUBDIV POP NHS represents Statistics Canada Census and National Household Survey (NHS) demographics, income and labour summaries for Census Subdivisions. Summaries include total population by age group, household count, household total income; workforce (age 15-64) education; total labour force population (15yrs and older) by industry (North American Industry Classification System, NAICS 2007) and occupation (National Occupational Classification, NOC); median commuting duration; workforce participation rates.

Column Name Short Name Data Type Data Precision Comments
CENSUS_POP_NHS_YEAR CEN_PP_NR NUMBER 4 CENSUS_POP_NHS_YEAR: is the census year that the data is collected. e.g., 2006, 2011. This field combining with CENSUS_SUBDIVISION_ID is the primary key of ECON_CENSUS_SUBDIV_POP_NHS table.
CENSUS_SUBDIVISION_ID CNSS_SB_ID VARCHAR2 7 CENSUS_SUBDIVISION_ID: is a foreign Key to link to CENSUS_SUBDIVISION_ID in CEN_CENSUS_SUBDIVISIONS, e.g., 5901022. This field combining with CENSUS_POP_NHS_YEAR is the primary key of ECON_CENSUS_SUBDIV_POP_NHS table.
QUALITY_QLFD_POPULATION_IND QLY_QL_POP VARCHAR2 1 QUALITY QLFD POPULATION IND is an indicator of whether or not Statistics Canada has qualified the accuracy of any of the data on which the population fields in this record are based. Statistics Canada qualifies the accuracy of each field in the Population Census (http://www12.statcan.gc.ca/census-recensement/2011/dp-pd/prof/details/download-telecharger/comprehensive/comp-csv-tab-dwnld-tlchrgr.cfm?Lang=E) data. (See http://www.statcan.gc.ca/concepts/definitions/guide-symbol-signes-eng.htm for a list of qualifications). “Y” indicates that at least one field value in the source data has been qualified; “N” indicates that no field value has been qualified.
POP_TOTAL POP_TOTAL NUMBER 7 POP TOTAL: Population - Total. e.g., 19319
POP_4UNDER POP_4UNDER NUMBER 7 POP 4UNDER: Population - 0 to 4 years. e.g., 1075
POP_5_9 POP_5_9 NUMBER 7 POP 5 9: Population - 5 to 9 years. e.g., 109
POP_10_14 POP_10_14 NUMBER 7 POP 10 14: Population - 10 to 14 years. e.g., 1080
POP_15 NUMBER 7 POP 15: Population - 15 years. e.g., 260
POP_16 NUMBER 7 POP 16: Population - 16 years. e.g., 260
POP_17 NUMBER 7 POP 17: Population - 17 years. e.g., 235
POP_18 NUMBER 7 POP 18: Population - 18 years. e.g., 265
POP_19 NUMBER 7 POP 19: Population - 19 years. e.g., 235
POP_20_24 POP_20_24 NUMBER 7 POP 20 24: Population - 20 to 24 years. e.g., 1060
POP_25_29 POP_25_29 NUMBER 7 POP 25 29: Population - 25 to 29 years. e.g., 1150
POP_30_34 POP_30_34 NUMBER 7 POP 30 34: Population - 30 to 34 years. e.g., 1075
POP_35_39 POP_35_39 NUMBER 7 POP 35 39: Population - 35 to 39 years. e.g., 1100
POP_40_44 POP_40_44 NUMBER 7 POP 40 44: Population - 40 to 44 years. e.g., 1185
POP_45_49 POP_45_49 NUMBER 7 POP 45 49: Population - 45 to 49 years. e.g., 1450
POP_50_54 POP_50_54 NUMBER 7 POP 50 54: Population - 50 to 54 years. e.g., 1490
POP_55_59 POP_55_59 NUMBER 7 POP 55 59: Population - 55 to 59 years. e.g., 1490
POP_60_64 POP_60_64 NUMBER 7 POP 60 64: Population - 60 to 64 years. e.g., 1360
POP_65_69 POP_65_69 NUMBER 7 POP 65 69: Population - 65 to 69 years. e.g., 1035
POP_70_74 POP_70_74 NUMBER 7 POP 70 74: Population - 70 to 74 years. e.g., 820
POP_75_79 POP_75_79 NUMBER 7 POP 75 79: Population - 75 to 79 years. e.g., 640
POP_80_84 POP_80_84 NUMBER 7 POP 80 84: Population - 80 to 84 years. e.g., 515
POP_85PLUS POP_85PLUS NUMBER 7 POP 85PLUS: Population - 85 years and over. e.g., 445
POP_MEDIAN_AGE PP_MDN_GE NUMBER 7 POP_MEDIAN_AGE: Median age of the population. e.g., 30.5
HSHLD_N HSHLD_N NUMBER 7 HSHLD N: Total number of private households. e.g., 8140
QUALITY_QLFD_NHS_IND QLTY_QLFDD VARCHAR2 1 QUALITY QLFD NHS IND: An indicator of whether or not Statistics Canada has qualified the accuracy of any of the data on which the National Household Survey (NHS) fields in this record are based. Statistics Canada qualifies the accuracy of each field in the NHS (http://www12.statcan.gc.ca/nhs-enm/2011/dp-pd/prof/details/download-telecharger/comprehensive/comp-csv-tab-nhs-enm.cfm?Lang=E) data. (See http://www.statcan.gc.ca/concepts/definitions/guide-symbol-signes-eng.htm for a list of qualifications). “Y” indicates that at least one field value in the source data has been qualified; “N” indicates that no field value has been qualified.
GLOBAL_NON_RESPONSE_RATE_NHS GLBL_NN_RS NUMBER 7 GLOBAL NON RESPONSE RATE NHS: An indicator of data quality, the GLOBAL NON RESPONSE RATE NHS indicator is a value that 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. For more information, please refer to the National Household Survey User Guide, 2011 (http://www12.statcan.gc.ca/nhs-enm/2011/ref/nhs-enm guide/index-eng.cfm). The possible range of values is 0 to 100
HSHLDINCOME_MEDIAN HI_MEDIAN NUMBER 9 HSHLDINCOME MEDIAN: Median household total income, 2010 ($). e.g., 5770
HSHLDINCOME_5KUNDER HI_5KUNDER NUMBER 7 HSHLDINCOME 5KUNDER: Household total income in 2010 of private households - Under $5,000 (count). e.g., 51
HSHLDINCOME_5K_10K HI_5-10 NUMBER 7 HSHLDINCOME 5K 10K: Household total income in 2010 of private households - $5,000 to $9,999 (count). e.g., 245
HSHLDINCOME_10K_15K HI_10-15 NUMBER 7 HSHLDINCOME 10K 15K: Household total income in 2010 of private households - $10,000 to $14,999 (count). e.g., 560
HSHLDINCOME_15K_20K HI_15-20 NUMBER 7 HSHLDINCOME 15K 20K: Household total income in 2010 of private households - $15,000 to $19,999 (count). e.g., 1035
HSHLDINCOME_20K_30K HI_20-30 NUMBER 7 HSHLDINCOME 20K 30K: Household total income in 2010 of private households - $20,000 to $29,999 (count). e.g., 1630
HSHLDINCOME_30K_40K HI_30-40 NUMBER 7 HSHLDINCOME 30K 40K: Household total income in 2010 of private households - $30,000 to $39,999 (count). e.g., 1460
HSHLDINCOME_40K_50K HI_40-50 NUMBER 7 HSHLDINCOME 40K 50K: Household total income in 2010 of private households - $40,000 to $49,999 (count). e.g., 1710
HSHLDINCOME_50K_60K HI_50-60 NUMBER 7 HSHLDINCOME 50K 60K: Household total income in 2010 of private households - $50,000 to $59,999 (count). e.g., 1640
HSHLDINCOME_60K_80K HI_60-80 NUMBER 7 HSHLDINCOME 60K 80K: Household total income in 2010 of private households - $60,000 to $79,999 (count). e.g., 2850
HSHLDINCOME_80K_100K HI_80-100 NUMBER 7 HSHLDINCOME 80K 100K: Household total income in 2010 of private households - $80,000 to $99,999 (count). e.g., 1850
HSHLDINCOME_100K_125K HI_125_125 NUMBER 7 HSHLDINCOME 100K 125K: Household total income in 2010 of private households - $100,000 to $124,999 (count). e.g., 1375
HSHLDINCOME_125K_150K HI_125_150 NUMBER 7 HSHLDINCOME 125K 150K: Household total income in 2010 of private households - $125,000 to $149,999 (count). e.g., 455
HSHLDINCOME_150KPLUS HI_150K_PL NUMBER 7 HSHLDINCOME 150KPLUS: Household total income in 2010 of private households - $150,000 and over (count). e.g., 445
WRKFRC_ED_U12 WFED_U12 NUMBER 7 WRKFRC ED U12: Education (25-64) - No certificate, diploma or degree. e.g., 4855
WRKFRC_ED_12 WFED_12 NUMBER 7 WRKFRC ED 12: Education (25-64) - High school diploma or equivalent. e.g., 6780
WRKFRC_ED_ASSCDEG WFED_AD NUMBER 7 WRKFRC ED ASSCDEG: Education (25-64) - Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma; Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma; University certificate or diploma below bachelor level; . e.g., 4385
WRKFRC_ED_COLLEGEGRAD_GT16YRS WFED_CGT16 NUMBER 7 WRKFRC ED COLLEGEGRAD GT16YRS: Education (25-64) - University certificate, diploma or degree above bachelor level. e.g., 1135
WRKFRC_ED_COLLEGEGRAD_16YRS WFED_C_16 NUMBER 7 WRKFRC ED COLLEGEGRAD 16YRS: Education (25-64) - Bachelor's degree. e.g., 2305
INDUSTRY_AGRICULTURE IND_AGR NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY AGRICULTURE: Industry - 11 Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting. e.g., 150
INDUSTRY_MINING IND_MINING NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY MINING: Industry - 21 Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction. e.g., 325
INDUSTRY_UTILITIES IND_UTILIT NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY UTILITIES: Industry - 22 Utilities. e.g., 45
INDUSTRY_CONSTRUCTION IND_CONSTR NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY CONSTRUCTION: Industry - 23 Construction. e.g., 615
INDUSTRY_MANUFACTURING IND_MANIFC NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY MANUFACTURING: Industry - 31-33 Manufacturing. e.g., 445
INDUSTRY_WHOLESALE IND_WHLSL NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY WHOLESALE: Industry - 41 Wholesale trade. e.g., 280
INDUSTRY_RETAIL IND_RETAIL NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY RETAIL: Industry - 44-45 Retail trade. e.g., 1605
INDUSTRY_TRANSPORT IND_TRANS NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY TRANSPORT: Industry - 48-49 Transportation and warehousing. e.g., 465
INDUSTRY_INFO_CULTURAL IND_INFO_C NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY INFO CULTURAL: Industry - 51 Information and cultural industries. e.g., 255
INDUSTRY_FINANCE_INSURANCE IND_FIN_IN NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY FINANCE INSURANCE: Industry - 52 Finance and insurance. e.g., 365
INDUSTRY_REALESTATE IND_RLESTA NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY REALESTATE: Industry - 53 Real estate and rental and leasing. e.g., 170
INDUSTRY_PROFESSIONAL IND_PROFSL NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY PROFESSIONAL: Industry - 54 Professional, scientific and technical services. e.g., 465
INDUSTRY_MANAGEMENT IND_MGMT NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY MANAGEMENT: Industry - 55 Management of companies and enterprises. e.g., 0
INDUSTRY_ADMIN_WASTE IND_AD_WST NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY ADMIN WASTE: Industry - 56 Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services. e.g., 355
INDUSTRY_EDUCATION IND_EDUC NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY EDUCATION: Industry - 61 Educational services. e.g., 755
INDUSTRY_HEALTH IND_HEALTH NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY HEALTH: Industry - 62 Health care and social assistance. e.g., 1290
INDUSTRY_ARTS_REC IND_ART_RC NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY ARTS REC: Industry - 71 Arts, entertainment and recreation. e.g., 200
INDUSTRY_ACCOMM_FOOD IND_CD NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY ACCOMM FOOD: Industry - 72 Accommodation and food services. e.g., 835
INDUSTRY_OTHER IND_OTHER NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY OTHER: Industry - 81 Other services (except public administration). e.g., 610
INDUSTRY_PUBLIC_ADMIN INDSTRY_PN NUMBER 7 INDUSTRY PUBLIC ADMIN: Industry - 91 Public administration. e.g., 490
OCCUPATION_MANAGEMENT OCC_MGMT NUMBER 7 OCCUPATION MANAGEMENT: Occupation - 0 Management occupations. e.g., 940
OCCUPATION_BUSINESS OCC_BUSS NUMBER 7 OCCUPATION BUSINESS: Occupation - 1 Business, finance and administration occupations. e.g., 1410
OCCUPATION_SCIENCE OCC_SCIENC NUMBER 7 OCCUPATION SCIENCE: Occupation - 2 Natural and applied sciences and related occupations. e.g., 370
OCCUPATION_HEALTH OCC_HLH NUMBER 7 OCCUPATION HEALTH: Occupation - 3 Health occupations. e.g., 715
OCCUPATION_EDUCATION_LAW OCC_ED_LAW NUMBER 7 OCCUPATION EDUCATION LAW: Occupation - 4 Occupations in education, law and social, community and government services. e.g., 1195
OCCUPATION_ART_CULTURE_REC OCC_ART_CU NUMBER 7 OCCUPATION ART CULTURE REC: Occupation - 5 Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport. e.g., 175
OCCUPATION_SALES_SERVICE OCC_SLE_SE NUMBER 7 OCCUPATION SALES SERVICE: Occupation - 6 Sales and service occupations. e.g., 2760
OCCUPATION_TRADES OCC_TRADES NUMBER 7 OCCUPATION TRADES: Occupation - 7 Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations. e.g., 1620
OCCUPATION_RESOURCES_AG OCC_RES_AG NUMBER 7 OCCUPATION RESOURCES AG: Occupation - 8 Natural resources, agriculture and related production occupations. e.g., 195
OCCUPATION_MANUFACTURING OCC_MNFCT NUMBER 7 OCCUPATION MANUFACTURING: Occupation - 9 Occupations in manufacturing and utilities. e.g., 320
COMMUTE_MEDIAN CMMT_MDN NUMBER 7 COMMUTE MEDIAN: Median commuting duration (minutes). e.g., 10.2
LABORFORCE_PARTICIPATN_MALE LBF_PRTC_M NUMBER 7 LABORFORCE PARTICIPATN MALE: Labour force participation rate - male. e.g., 67.3
LABORFORCE_PARTICIPATN_FEMALE LBF_PRTC_F NUMBER 7 LABORFORCE PARTICIPATN FEMALE: Labour force participation rate - female. e.g., 59.3
LABORFORCE_PARTICIPATN_TOTAL LBF_PRTC_T NUMBER 7 LABORFORCE PARTICIPATN TOTAL: Labour force participation rate - total. e.g., 89.9
LABORFORCE_MALE LBF_MALE NUMBER 10 LABORFORCE MALE: Number of men in the labour force, e.g., 1532
LABORFORCE_FEMALE LBF_FEMALE NUMBER 10 LABORFORCE FEMALE: Number of women in the labour force, e.g., 1532
LABORFORCE_TOTAL LBF_TOTAL NUMBER 10 LABORFORCE TOTAL: Number of people in the labour force, e.g., 3064