Here is the next release of 2006 Census Data. Today (March 4, 2008) marks the release of labour market activities, industry, occupation, education, language of work, place of work and mode of transportation data (Whew, that’s a mouthful). I am providing some links to some of these ways of seeing the latest Census release. Check out the new Census Trends pages, which provides some interesting time series comparisons. Enjoy.
Article in The Daily (Statistics Canada newsletter)
- Labour Highlight Tables, 2006 Census
- Topic-based tabulations: Labour
- Analysis Series: Canada’s Changing Labour Force, 2006 Census
- Education Highlight Tables, 2006 Census
- Topic-based tabulations: Education
- Analysis Series: Educational Portrait of Canada, 2006 Census
- Info-Census: Census questions on education: Some important changes
2006 Community ProfilesCensus Tract (CT) Profiles, 2006 Census
Option 1 – Find census tract data using a postal code
Option 2 – Find census tract data using GeoSearch2006
Option 3 – Find census tract data using a census tract name
Includes ability to do some basic thematic mapping by Census Tract and link to CT profiles.
Census trends NEW
This new product presents a series of summary data trends spanning three censuses: 2006, 2001 and 1996. The product is designed to facilitate the analysis and comparison of the changing demographic and socio-economic composition of selected geographic areas across Canada. The product will include approximately 85 key data indicators, released in two phases.
Option 1 – Selected data indicators for a geography
Option 2 – Compare a level of geography for a selected data indicator
Option 3 – Compare data indicators for two geographies