Population Indicators

Total population
Population change 2001 - 2006
Census rural population
Census urban population
Total male population
Male population 0-4 years
Male population 5-9 years
Male population 10-14 years
Male population 15-19 years
Male population 20-24 years
Male population 25-29 years
Male population 30-34 years
Male population 35-39 years
Male population 40-44 years
Male population 45-49 years
Male population 50-54 years
Male population 55-59 years
Male population 60-64 years
Male population 65-74 years
Male population 75 years and over
Total female population
Female population 0-4 years
Female population 5-9 years
Female population 10-14 years
Female population 15-19 years
Female population 20-24 years
Female population 25-29 years
Female population 30-34 years
Female population 35-39 years
Female population 40-44 years
Female population 45-49 years
Female population 50-54 years
Female population 55-59 years
Female population 60-64 years
Female population 65-74 years
Female population 75 years and over
Total population 15 years and over
Population 15 years and over never legally married (single)
Population 15 years and over legally married (and not separated)
Population 15 years and over separated, but still legally married
Population 15 years and over divorced
Population 15 years and over widowed
Population 15 years and over not in a common law relationship
Population 15 years and over in a common law relationship
% Total male population
% Male population 0-4 years
% Male population 5-9 years
% Male population 10-14 years
% Male population 15-19 years
% Male population 20-24 years
% Male population 25-29 years
% Male population 30-34 years
% Male population 35-39 years
% Male population 40-44 years
% Male population 45-49 years
% Male population 50-54 years
% Male population 55-59 years
% Male population 60-64 years
% Male population 65-74 years
% Male population 75 years and over
% Total female population
% Female population 0-4 years
% Female population 5-9 years
% Female population 10-14 years
% Female population 15-19 years
% Female population 20-24 years
% Female population 25-29 years
% Female population 30-34 years
% Female population 35-39 years
% Female population 40-44 years
% Female population 45-49 years
% Female population 50-54 years
% Female population 55-59 years
% Female population 60-64 years
% Female population 65-74 years
% Female population 75 years and over
% Population 15 years and over never legally married (single)
% Population 15 years and over legally married (and not separated)
% Population 15 years and over separated, but still legally married
% Population 15 years and over divorced
% Population 15 years and over widowed

 

 

 

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Rural Fact

The five largest sectors for rural employment in 2009 were: retail and wholesale trade (14%); health care and social assistance (12%); manufacturing (12%); construction (9%); and agriculture (8%).