Thursday, February 27, 2014

BC "Community Facts" database: eg. Burns Lake/Kelowna etc. 2001!, 2006!, 2011?, 2014???

586 pages long
 Community Facts

Local indicators of economic activity tell us about the vitality of a community, as well as the specifics of certain activity. The Community Facts offer a comparison to provincial figures of various socio-economic indicators. Some of these indicators are: population, census characteristics, new business incorporations, bankruptcies, income assistance and employment insurance beneficiaries, construction activity, counts of business establishments, and value/taxes on a 'representative' house. This three-page snapshot in time displays a variety of data specific to each municipality and regional district. Our latest iteration in this series includes the comparison of 2001 and 2006 census data for each location.

Explanatory notes for data   (DEAD LINKed)

 However the LINKS to the Maps for each community  are functioning: eg.  Burns Lake

2001 and 2006 Database available in PDF and/or EXCEL

4.3% decrease in Unemployment Rate

Links to the umbrella: Union of British Columbia Municipalities

Municipalities   eg. Burns Lake

Regional Districts eg.  Bulkley-Nechako

Regional Hospital Districts  eg. Skeena-Queen Charlotte / Kitimat-Stikine / Bulkley-Nechako*

*   Part of the Regional District falls in two Regional Hospital Disctricts

eg. Kelowna

4.3% Decrease in Unemployment Rate
Exactly the same rate between Burns Lake and Kelowna.... Amazing, just a few thousand more for Kelowna compared to a handful at Burns Lake.


Population {by citizenship}:


Why hasn't the Temporary Foreign Worker been included?

Page 5  of 586      NOTE:  Population Estimates

Produced by the Population Section of BC Stats on an annual basis, the population estimates are referenced to July 1, and include estimates of the net census undercount (persons missed in the Census), for Census years

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