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NORTH SHORE DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE

In the township of The North Shore the population has been on the decline for several years.  According to Statistics Canada the population dropped 34.14% between 1986 & 2001.               

Year Population
1986 826
1991 729
1996 678
2001 544
2006 549

The median age of the population is 48.6 years of age and there are 392 private dwellings.

The following is a break-down of family characteristics.

Total number of families 195
Married-couple families 140
Common-law families 50
Lone-parent families 0

In the township of The North Shore there are 285 people with earnings at an average of $36,256 and 105 full year/full time people with average earnings of $56,684.

Labour Force Characteristics

Labour force participation rate is 52.5%

Unemployment rate is11.5%.

Employment by Industry

Total

Employment by Occupation

Total

Agriculture and other resource-based 45 Management 50
Manufacturing and construction 20 Business, finance and administration 30
Wholesale and retail trade 20 Natural and applied sciences and related 30
Finance and real estate 10 Health 15
Health and education 60 Social science, education, government service and religion 20
Business services 45 Art, culture, recreation and sport 10
Other services 60 Sales and service 45
    Trades, transport and equipment operators and related 45
    Occupations unique to primary industry 20
    Occupations unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities 0
Total Experienced Labour Force 255 Total Experienced Labour Force 255

Education Breakdown

Education Ages 20-34 Ages 35-44 Ages 45-64
Less than high school 28.6 27.8 40
High school &/or some post secondary 0 27.8 12
Trade certificate 0 16.7 16
College cert./diploma 0 22.2 14
University degree 28.6 11.1 18

The demographical information was taken from the 2001 Census Data from Statistics Canada.

 

 

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