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					 The Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index
Supporting Database for the 2008 Genuine Progress Index for Nova Scotia




This database was compiled from the most recent, publicly available data at the
time of publication of the 2008 Genuine Progress Index for Nova Scotia, November 2008.

Copies of the detailed GPI report are available for download at:
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Table of Contents
Natural Capital
1. Energy
2. Air Quality
3. Forestry
4. Soils and Agriculture
5. Fisheries
6. Water Quality

Human Impact on the Environment
1. Greenhouse Gas Emissions
2. Sustainable Transportatoin
3. Ecological Footprint
4. Solid Waste

Social Capital
1. Population Health
2. Crime
3. Education

Time Use
1. Economic Value of Civic and Voluntary Work
2. Economic Value of Unpaid Housework and Childcare
3. Hours of Work
4. Value of Leisure Time

Living Standards
1. Income Distribution
2. Debt and Assets
3. Economic Security Index




Natural Capital
Table No.              Title

1. Energy

Table NC-1a            Total energy use, final demand (terajoules), by sector, Canada, provinces and territories
Table NC-1b            Per capita energy use, final demand (gigajoules), by sector, Canada, provinces and territories
Table NC-1c            Energy use, final demand (terajoules), by fuel type, Nova Scotia
Table NC-1d            Primary energy production (terajoules), Canada, provinces and territories
Table NC-1e            Primary energy production per capita (gigajoules), Canada, provinces and territories
Table NC-1f            Power generation fuel mix for Nova Scotia Power Inc.
Table NC-1g            On-site mercury (Hg) releases (kg) for Nova Scotia Power Inc.
Table NC-1h            On-site sulphur dioxide (SO2) releases (tonnes) for Nova Scotia Power Inc.
Table NC-1i            Mercury (Hg) releases (kg) from stationary energy sources, Canada, provinces
Table NC-1j            Per capita mercury (Hg) releases (kg) from stationary energy sources, Canada, provinces
2. Air Quality

Table NC-2a      Criteria Air Contaminant (CAC) emissions (tonnes), Canada, provinces and territories
Table NC-2b      Total and per capita total particulate matter (TPM) emissions, Nova Scotia, Canada
Table NC-2c      Total and per capita sulphur oxide (SOx) emissions, Nova Scotia, Canada
Table NC-2d      Total and per capita volatile orgranic compound (VOC) emissions, Nova Scotia, Canada
Table NC-2e      Total and per capita volatile orgranic compound (VOC) emissions, Nova Scotia, Canada
Table NC-2f      Total and per capita carbon monoxide (CO) emissions, Nova Scotia, Canada
Table NC-2g      Per capita criteria air contaminant (CAC) emissions (kg) for selected OECD countries
Table NC-2h      Ambient concentrations of sulphur dioxide (SO2) (ppb) in Nova Scotia from Nova Scotia Power monitorin
Table NC-2i      Ambient concentrations of carbon monoxide (CO) (ppm), Nova Scotia and Canada
Table NC-2j      Ambient concentrations of sulphur dioxide (SO2) (ppb), Nova Scotia and Canada
Table NC-2k      Ambient concentrations of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) (ppb), Nova Scotia and Canada
Table NC-2l      Ambient concentrations of ground level ozone (ppb), Nova Scotia and Canada
Table NC-2m      Ambient mean concentration of PM2.5 (μg/m3), dichotomous samplers, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table NC-2n      Ambient mean concentration of PM10 (μg/m3), dichotomous samplers, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table NC-2o      Number of times per year ambient ground-level ozone concentrations exceeded the NAAQO 1-hour MDC
Table NC-2p      Number of times per year ambient ground-level ozone concentrations exceeded the NAAQO 1-hour MAC

3. Forestry

Table NC-3a      Provincial area (hectares) by forest and non forest categories by ownership, Nova Scotia
Table NC-3b      Provincial area (hectares) by cover type, maturity class and ownership, Nova Scotia
Table NC-3c      Provincial area (hectares) by cover type, age class and ownership, Nova Scotia
Table NC-3d      Provincial volume (thousands gross merchantable cubic meters) by species and ownership, Nova Scotia
Table NC-3e      Provincial volume (thousands gross merchantable cubic meters) by cover type and ownership, Nova Sco
Table NC-3f      Provincial area (hectares) by cover type, age class and basal area class (m 2/ha), Nova Scotia
Table NC-3g      Provincial area (hectares) by cover type, age class and volume class (m 3/ha), Nova Scotia
Table NC-3h      Provincial forest area by age class, percentage of total forest area, Nova Scotia
Table NC-3i      Provincial forest area by age class based on Permanent Sample Plots, percentage of total forest area, N
Table NC-3j      Harvest methods by area (hectares), Nova Scotia
Table NC-3k      Known forest-dependent species (flora and fauna) in Nova Scotia classified, federally and/or provincially
Table NC-3l      Yellow, red, and blue listed forest-dependent species not protected under legislation, Nova Scotia
Table NC-3m      Protected areas, Nova Scotia
Table NC-3n      Value-added (000's dollars) in the forest sector by province and value-added (dollars) per cubic metre of
Table NC-3o      Value-added as a percent of total wood exports, Canada and by province
Table NC-3p      Employment in the forest sector (000's), Nova Scotia
Table NC-3q      Actual annual harvest volumes (millions m 3), crown and private land, Nova Scotia
Table NC-3r      Number of full-time jobs per 1000 m 3 of wood harvested, Nova Scotia

4. Soils and Agriculture

Table NC-4a      Farm and crop area; number of farms, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
Table NC-4b      Total farm cash receipts and operating expenses (Millions of $2007), Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Isl
Table NC-4c      Total net farm income (Millions of $2007) Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
Table NC-4d      Total net farm income and total debt (Millions of $2007) Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
Table NC-4e      Expense to income ratio (%), Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
Table NC-4f      Debt to net income ratio (%), Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
Table NC-4g      Solvency ration (%), Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Canada
Table NC-4h      Price indices for farm products, farm inputs, and food in stores, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
Table NC-4i        Crop and pasture land, Nova Scotia
Table NC-4j        Canada Land Inventory: Soil Capability for Agriculture in Nova Scotia
Table NC-4k        Summary of Farm Land Value in Nova Scotia ($2007)
Table NC-4l        Unemployment Rate (%), Canada, NS and PEI
Table NC-4m        Amount Farmers Spend on Wages (millions of $2007), NS and PEI
Table NC-4n        Wages and Salary Expenses (Per Farm Reporting) ($2007), Canada, NS, and PEI
Table NC-4o        Full- and Part-Time Jobs in Agriculture and Related Services (thousands of people), NS and PEI
Table NC-4p        Ratio of Farm Receipts to Wages, NS and PEI
Table NC-4q        Ratio of Amount Spent on Wages (Including Room & Board) to Total Expenses (Including Depreciation)
Table NC-4r        Number and Proportion (%) of Farm Operators, Three Age Categories, NS
Table NC-4s        Number and Proportion (%) of Farm Operators, Three Age Categories, PEI
Table NC-4t        Absolute and Relative Farm Population, NS, PEI and Canada
Table NC-4u        Percentage of Farms over 400 and 760 Acres, Canada, NS, and PEI
Table NC-4v        Prevalence of Low Income, Men and Women, Canada, NS, and PEI
Table NC-4w        Major Agricultural Products (Animal) (%), by Cash Receipts Generated, NS and PEI
Table NC-4x        Major Agricultural Products (Plant) (%), by Cash Receipts Generated, NS and PEI
Table NC-4y        Share of Farmland in Various Land Uses (%), 1981 to 2006, NS and PEI
Table NC-4z        Soil Organic Matter (%) on PEI Farms
Table NC-4aa       Time Use Activity of Farm Population
Table NC-4ab       New Entrants to Nova Scotia Agriculture (─ estimates based on farm loan users)
Table NC-4ac       Concentration of Dairy Farming in Nova Scotia
Table NC-4ad       Concentration of Dairy Farming in PEI
Table NC-4ae       Concentration of Poultry Farming in NS
Table NC-4af       Concentration of Poultry Farming in PEI
Table NC-4ag       Incidence (%) of Low Income in Rural Regions
Table NC-4ah       Equality of Income, Canada and Provinces
Table NC-4ai       Portion of Grocery Retailers‘ Purchases from Atlantic Canadian Suppliers (Growers and Processors)
Table NC-4aj       Portion and Dollar Amount of Grocery Retailers‘ Purchases from Atlantic Canadian Suppliers (Growers a
Table NC-4ak       Estimate of Farm Cash Receipts as a Percentage of Food Spending ($), Nova Scotia
Table NC-4al       Estimate of Farm Cash Receipts as a Percentage of Food Spending ($), PEI
Table NC-4am       Imports as a Percentage of Net Supply, Canada

5. Fisheries

Table NC-5a        Biomass (age 3+) of cod, haddock, and pollock stocks on Eastern Scotian Shelf, 1970-2006 (000s of me
Table NC-5b        Value of cod, haddock, and pollock stocks on Eastern Scotian Shelf, 1970-2006 (2007$ millions)
Table NC-5c        Lobster landings in Nova Scotia, 1972-2007 (metric tonnes)
Table NC-5d        Size trends across cod stocks in waters around Nova Scotia, 1960-2006 (kilograms)
Table NC-5e        Fish size trends for cod, pollock and herring in waters around Nova Scotia, 1965-2006 (kilograms)
Table NC-5f        Mean trophic level (TL) in Nova Scotia Fisheries, 1972-2007
Table NC-5g        Employment in Nova Scotia fisheries, 1987-2007
Table NC-5h        Fishery GDP for Nova Scotia, 1992-2007 (2007$ millions)
Table NC-5i        Age distribution of Nova Scotian fishers, 1931-2006
Table NC-5j        Total expenditures by DFO and NSDFA in Nova Scotia, 1995-2003
Table NC-5k        DFO‘s national expenditures by category, 1996-2007 (2007$ millions)
Table NC-5l        DFO and NSDFA expenditures as a proportion of the province‘s fishery landed value, 1995-2003
Table NC-5m        Nova Scotia groundfish prices per metric tonne, 1972-2007 (2007$)

6. Water Quality

Table NC-6a        Top 10 Chemical Surface Water Discharges in Nova Scotia in 2004 by Mass (kg)
Table NC-6b      Exceedances of Health Standards for Water Supplies by Municipality and Population Served in Nova Sc
Table NC-6c      Exceedances of Asethetic Objectives for Water Supplies by Municipality and Population Served in Nova
Table NC-6d      Area of Existing Wetlands in Nova Scotia (ha)
Table NC-6e      Wild Atlantic Salmon Catches and Releases (1990, 1995, 2000 and 2005)
Table NC-6f      Brook Trout Catches and Releases (1990, 1995, 2000 and 2005)



Human Impact on the Environment
Table No.        Title

1. Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Table HI-1a      Total greenhouse gas emissions (kilotonnes of CO2 equivalents), Canada, provinces and territories
Table HI-1b      Per capita greenhouse gas emissions (tonnes of CO2 equivalents), Canada, provinces and territories
Table HI-1c      Greenhouse gas emissions by sector (kilotonnes of CO2 equivalents), Nova Scotia

2. Sustainable Transportation

Table HI-2a      Road passenger kilometres (millions), Canada, provinces and territories
Table HI-2b      Road passenger kilometres per capita (thousands), Canada, provinces and territories
Table HI-2c      Nova Scotia road passenger kilometres (millions), by transportation mode
Table HI-2d      Nova Scotia per capita road passenger kilometres, by transportation mode
Table HI-2e      Transportation energy use (PJ), Canada, provinces and territories
Table HI-2f      Transportation energy use per capita (GJ), Canada, provinces and territories
Table HI-2g      Greenhouse gas emissions from transportation (kilotonnes CO 2 equivalents), Canada, provinces and ter
Table HI-2h      Greenhouse gas emissions from transportation per capita (tonnes CO 2 equivalents), Canada, provinces
Table HI-2i      Number of accidents resulting in injuries, fatalities, and property damage, Nova Scotia
Table HI-2j      Number of accidents resulting in injuries and fatalities per 100,000 residents, Canada, provinces and ter
Table HI-2k      Nova Scotia government spending on transit (millions) as a percentage of total spending on road transpo
Table HI-2l      Average and median commuting distances, Nova Scotia
Table HI-2m      Average and median commuting distances, by percentage, Nova Scotia
Table HI-2n      Average and median commuting distances, Canada, provinces and territories, 2006
Table HI-2o      Average and median commuting distances, by percentage, Canada, provinces and territories, 2006
Table HI-2p      Commuting modal split, Nova Scotia
Table HI-2q      Commuting modal split, by percentage, Nova Scotia
Table HI-2r      Commuting modal split, Canada, provinces and territories, 2006
Table HI-2s      Commuting modal split, by percentage, Canada, provinces and territories, 2006
Table HI-2t      Government spending on transit as a percentage of total spending on road transportation , Canada, prov

3. Ecological Footprint

Table HI-3a      Ecological footprint (global hectares per capita), by component, Canada, provinces and territories, 2002
Table HI-3b      Ecological footprint (global hectares per capita), by component, Nova Scotia, 2002

4. Solid Waste

Table HI-4a      Solid waste disposed per capita (kg), Nova Scotia
Table HI-4b      Solid waste disposed per capita (kg), Canada, provinces and territories, 2004
Table HI-4c      Solid waste diversion rate (%), Nova Scotia
Table HI-4d           Estimated tonnes diverted per capita in Nova Scotia, expressed as percentage of waste disposed in 198
Table HI-4e           Solid waste diversion rate (%), Canada, provinces and territories, 2004
Table HI-4f           Residential recycling rate (%), Nova Scotia
Table HI-4g           Residential recycling rate (%), Canada, provinces and territories, 2004
Table HI-4h           Percent of population with access to recycling services (%), Nova Scotia
Table HI-4i           Percentage of population with access to recycling services who used recycling services (%), Nova Scotia
Table HI-4j           Percentage of residents that had access to, and used, recycling programs, Canada, provinces and territo
Table HI-4k           Percentage of residents that compost, Canada, provinces and territories



Social Capital
Table No.             Title

1. Population Health

Diabetes
Table PH-D1           Diabetes rates, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-D2           Diabetes rates, household population age 12 and over, males, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-D3           Diabetes rates, household population age 12 and over, females, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-D4           Percentage of population with diabetes, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Canada and
Table PH-D5           Diabetes rates, household population age 12 and over, by sex, Nova Scotia, by Health Region

Asthma
Table PH-A1           Asthma rates, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-A2           Asthma rates, household population age 12 and over, males, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-A3           Asthma rates, household population age 12 and over, females, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-A4           Percentage of population with asthma, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Canada and
Table PH-A5           Asthma rates, household population age 12 and over, by sex, Nova Scotia, by Health Region

High Blood Pressure

Table PH-BP1          High blood pressure rates, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-BP2          High blood pressure rates, household population age 12 and over, males, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-BP3          High blood pressure rates, household population age 12 and over, females, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-BP4          Percentage of population with high blood pressure, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, C
Table PH-BP5          High blood pressure rates, household population age 12 and over, by sex, Nova Scotia, by Health Regio

Adult Body Mass Index

Table PH-BMI1         Self-reported adult body mass index (BMI), household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Nova Sc
Table PH-BMI2         Self-reported adult body mass index (BMI), household population age 12 and over, males, Nova Scotia a
Table PH-BMI3         Self-reported adult body mass index (BMI), household population age 12 and over, females, Nova Scotia
Table PH-BMI4         Self-reported adult body mass index (BMI), percentage of population that are overweight or obese, hous
Table PH-BMI5         Self-reported body mass index (BMI), household population age 12 and over, by sex, Nova Scotia, by He

Self-Rated Health

Table PH-SRH1         Self-rated health, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-SRH2         Self-rated health, household population age 12 and over, males, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-SRH3         Self-rated health, household population age 12 and over, females, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-SRH4       Self-rated health, percentage of population that rated their health very good or excellent, household popu
Table PH-SRH5       Self-rated health, household population age 12 and over, by sex, Nova Scotia, by health region

Physical Activity

Table PH-PA1        Leisure-time physical activity, by sex, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-PA2        Leisure-time physical activity, males, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-PA3        Leisure-time physical activity, females, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canad
Table PH-PA4        Leisure-time physical activity, moderately active or active, both sexes, household population aged 12 and
Table PH-PA5        Leisure-time physical activity, by sex, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia, by Health Re

Smoking Status - Type of Smoker

Table PH-SS1        Type of smoker, both sexes, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-SS2        Type of smoker, males, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-SS3        Type of smoker, females, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-SS4        Type of smoker, daily or occasional smoker, females, household population aged 12 and over, Canada a
Table PH-SS5        Type of smoker, both sexes, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia, by Health Zone

Cancer Incidence

Table PH-CA1        Cancer incidence (annual, age standardized per 100,000 population), both sexes, Nova Scotia and Cana
Table PH-CA2        Cancer incidence (annual, age standardized per 100,000 population), males, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-CA3        Cancer incidence (annual, age standardized per 100,000 population), females, Nova Scotia
Table PH-CA4        Cancer incidence (annual, age standardized per 100,000 population), both sexes, Canada and Province

Life Stress

Table PH-LS1        Life stress, both sexes, household population aged 18 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-LS2        Life stress, males, household population aged 18 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-LS3        Life stress, females, household population aged 18 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-LS4        Life stress, percentage who rated stress as "quite a lot", both sexes, household population aged 18 and
Table PH-LS5        Life stress, both sexes, household population aged 18 and over, Nova Scotia, by Health Region

Mortality (Selected Causes)

Table PH-M1         Total mortality for selected causes (age-standardized), both sexes, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-M2         Total mortality for selected causes (age-standardized), males, Nova Scotia
Table PH-M3         Total mortality for selected causes (age-standardized), females, Nova Scotia

Perceived Mental Health

Table PH-MH1        Self-rated mental health, both sexes, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-MH2        Self-rated mental health, males, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-MH3        Self-rated mental health, females, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
Table PH-MH4        Self-rated mental health, percentage rated very good or excellent, both sexes, household population age
Table PH-MH5        Self-rated mental health, both sexes, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia, by Health Re

2. Crime

Table CR-1a         Crime statistics, by detailed offences, including traffic offences, Canada, provinces and territories
Table CR-1b         Crime statistics, by detailed offences, including traffic offences, Halifax, NS
Table CR-1c     Crime statistics, all incidents, rate per 100,000, excluding traffic offences, Canada and Nova Scotia
Table CR-1d     Total criminal offences, by crime, Nova Scotia
Table CR-2a     Perceptions of neighbourhood crime compared to other areas (percent), Canada, provinces, 2004
Table CR-2b     Perceptions of neighbourhood crime compared to other areas (percent), Canada, selected municipalities
Table CR-2c     Perceptions of neighbourhood crime (percent) compared to 5 years ago, Canada, provinces, 2004
Table CR-2d     Perceptions of neighbourhood crime (percent) compared to 5 years ago, Canada, selected municipalities
Table CR-2e     Feelings of safety walking alone in the neighbourhood after dark (percent), Canada, provinces, 2004
Table CR-2f     Feelings of safety walking alone in the neighbourhood after dark (percent), Canada, selected municipalit
Table CR-2g     Perceptions of whether local police are doing a good job of ensuring the safety of citizens (percent), Can
Table CR-2h     Perceptions of whether local police are doing a good job of ensuring the safety of citizens (percent), Can

3. Education

Table ED-1a     Average scores in the PISA math assessment by quartile of family income, 15-year-olds, Canada and pr
Table ED-1b     Average amount of government student debt at time of graduation ($2000 CDN), classes of 1990, 1995,
Table ED-1c     Average debt from government student loans at graduation, by province, class of 1995 and 2000 ($2000
Table ED-1d     Debt repayment rate (percentage of student loan repaid 2 years after graduation), all university graduate
Table ED-1e     Average amount borrowed (all sources) for the 2003 degree, post-2003 degree education or both, by Ma
Table ED-1f     Average undergraduate university tuition fees, Canada and provinces, 1990/1991, 2005/2006, and 2007
Table ED-1g     Share of university operating revenue by source, Canada, 1972–2005
Table ED-1h     Public expenditure per full-time equivalent public school student, Canada, 1993–2005, ($2003)
Table ED-1i     Public expenditure per full-time equivalent student, provinces and territories, 1998/1999 and 2004/2005 (
Table ED-1j     Public expenditure per full-time equivalent student, provinces and territories, 1998/1999 and 2004/2005 (
Table ED-1k     Average prose literacy scores across selected regions and provinces, Canadian population aged 16 and
Table ED-1l     Average document literacy scores across selected regions and provinces, Canadian population aged 16
Table ED-1m     Percentile scores of correct answers to general political knowledge questions, by age group, 1984, 1993
Table ED-1n     Ecological Footprint by Educational Attainment, Canada, 2005



Time Use
Table No.       Title

1. Economic Value of Civic and Voluntary Work

Table TU-1a     Formal volunteer service hours per capita, Canada and provinces
Table TU-1b     Distribution of volunteers and percentage of total volunteer hours contributed, by annual hours volunteer
Table TU-1c     Volunteer rate and percentage of total volunteer hours, by selected organization type, population age 15
Table TU-1d     Volunteer rate and average annual volunteer hours, by selected characteristics, Canada and Nova Scoti
Table TU-1e     Formal volunteer rate, volunteer hours, and volunteer hours per capita, population age 15 and older, Can
Table TU-1f     Rate of helping others directly (informal voluntary work), population age 15 and older, by province and te
Table TU-1g     Civic and voluntary work, average hours per year, total population, 15 years and older, Canada and prov
Table TU-1h     Civic and voluntary work, average hours per year, participants, 15 years and older, Canada and province
Table TU-1i     Value of voluntary work compared to selected annual industry payrolls, Canada, 2004 ($2007)

2. Economic Value of Unpaid Housework and Childcare

Table TU-2a     Average time spent on paid work and unpaid household work in dual-earner families, 1992 and 2005
Table TU-2b     Total average time spent on paid work and unpaid household work in full-time employed dual-earner cou
Table TU-2c     Weekly paid and unpaid work hours of full-time dual-earner parents, aged 25-44, Canada, 1992 and 199
Table TU-2d     Share of population indicating high time stress, Nova Scotia and Canada, 1998 and 2005
Table TU-2e        Time stressed population by gender and role group, aged 25-44, Canada, 1998

3. Hours of Work

Table TU-3a        Labour force estimate by provinces, size of labour force, territories and economic regions, annual averag
Table TU-3b        Labour force estimates, male labour force, Canada, annual average
Table TU-3c        Labour force estimates, female labour force, Canada, annual average
Table TU-3d        Labour force estimates, male labour force, Nova Scotia, annual average
Table TU-3e        Labour force estimates, female labour force, Nova Scotia, annual average
Table TU-3f        Labour force estimates by provinces, territories and economic regions, number of persons employed, an
Table TU-3g        Labour force estimates by provinces, territories and economic regions, number of persons employed full
Table TU-3h        Labour force estimates by provinces, territories and economic regions, number of persons employed par
Table TU-3i        Labour force estimates, males employed part-time, Canada, annual average
Table TU-3j        Labour force estimates, females employed part-time, Canada, annual average
Table TU-3k        Labour force estimates, males employed part-time, Nova Scotia, annual average
Table TU-3l        Labour force estimates, females employed part-time, Nova Scotia, annual average
Table TU-3m        Labour force estimates, number of persons unemployed, Canada and provinces, territories, and econom
Table TU-3n        Labour force estimates, number of persons not in the labour force, Canada and provinces, territories, an
Table TU-3o        Labour force estimate by provinces, unemployment rate, annual average
Table TU-3p        Employees working overtime (weekly), Canada, both sexes, age 15 and older, total employees at work
Table TU-3q        Employees working overtime (weekly), Nova Scotia, both sexes, age 15 and older, total employees at wo
Table TU-3r        Usual hours worked, Canada, both sexes, 15 years and older, main job, annual averages
Table TU-3s        Usual hours worked, Nova Scotia, both sexes, 15 years and older, main job, annual averages
Table TU-3t        Actual hours worked, Canada, both sexes, 15 years and older, main job, annual averages
Table TU-3u        Actual hours worked, Nova Scotia, both sexes, 15 years and older, main job, annual averages
Table TU-3v        Supplementary unemployment rates, Canada, 15 years and over, both sexes, annual averages
Table TU-3w        Supplementary unemployment rates, Nova Scotia, 15 years and over, both sexes, annual averages
Table TU-3x        Labour force estimate, temporary work, both sexes, Canada, annual average
Table TU-3y        Labour force estimate, temporary work, males, Canada, annual average
Table TU-3z        Labour force estimate, temporary work, females, Canada, annual average
Table TU-3aa       Labour force estimates, temporary work, both sexes, Nova Scotia, annual average
Table TU-3ab       Labour force estimates, temporary work, males, Nova Scotia, annual average
Table TU-3ac       Labour force estimates, temporary work, females, Nova Scotia, annual average

4. Value of Leisure Time

Table TU-4a        Time allocation by major types and sex, hours per day averaged over seven-day week, Nova Scotia and
Table TU-4b        Free time activities, hours per day, Nova Scotia and rest of Canada, 1992, 1998, and 2005
Table TU-4c        Free time activities, by sex, hours per day, Nova Scotia and other Canada, 1992, 1998, and 2005
Table TU-4d        Time allocation to free time activities, by background characteristics, hours per day, Nova Scotia and res
Table TU-4e        Free time in 2005 as percent of free time in 1992, Nova Scotia and other Canada
Table TU-4f        Free time, by age, Nova Scotia and other Canada, 1992, 1998, and 2005
Table TU-4g        Free time, by age of children, Nova Scotia and other Canada, 1992, 1998, and 2005
Table TU-4h        Free time, by main activity, Nova Scotia and other Canada, 1992, 1998, and 2005
Table TU-4i        Free time, by household structure, Nova Scotia and other Canada, 1992, 1998, and 2005
Table TU-4j        Time allocation by leisure qualities, hours per day and 2005 hours as percentage of 1992 hours, Nova S



Living Standards
Table No.          Title
1. Income Distribution

Table LS-1a      Average after-tax income by quintile for economic families, Canada, 1997, 2001, and 2006 (2006 consta
Table LS-1b      Average after-tax income by quintile for unattached individuals, Canada, 1997, 2001, and 2006 (2006 co
Table LS-1c      Average disposable household income ratios (richest 20% : poorest 20%), Canada and provinces, 1981-
Table LS-1d      Income shares by after-tax income quintiles, all family units, Canada, 1990, 1997 and 2006 (% of total af
Table LS-1e      Average disposable (after-tax) income, families 2 persons or more, income by quintile, adjusted for famil
Table LS-1f      Median after-tax income, families 2 persons or more, Canada and provinces, 1997 and 2006 ($2006)
Table LS-1g      Average after-tax income, families 2 persons or more, Canada and provinces, 1976, 1986, 1996, and 20
Table LS-1h      Average disposable family income compared to Ontario, 1976, 1986, 1996, and 2006 ($2006)
Table LS-1i      Share of aggregate pre-tax incomes received by each quintile of families and unattached individuals, Ca
Table LS-1j      Prevalence of low income after tax (92 LICOs base), total population, Canada and Nova Scotia, 1997-20
Table LS-1k      Prevalence of low income after tax (92 LICOs base), selected groups, Nova Scotia, 1997-2006
Table LS-1l      Low income after tax among different family types, Canada, 2006
Table LS-1m      Percentage of Canadians under age 18 living in low income, total and by family type, 1986–2005 (using a
Table LS-1n      Gini coefficients of after-tax income, all family units (economic families and unattached individuals), Can


2. Debt and Assets

Table LS-2a      Canadian Household Balance Sheet (Index 1982 =100), 1982–2007
Table LS-2b      Average Debt and Asset Levels of Canadian Households (2005 Constant $), 1984, 1999, and 2005
Table LS-2c      Total Debt and Assets of Canadian Households (Billions, 2005 Constant $), 1984, 1999, and 2005
Table LS-2d      Debt Levels by Region (Billions, 2005 Constant $), 1984, 1999, and 2005
Table LS-2e      Median Household Debt (2005 Constant $), by Region, 1999 and 2005
Table LS-2f      Proportion of Canadian Households with Debt (Percent), Canada and Regions, 1999 and 2005
Table LS-2g      Growth in Household Debts and Assets (Percent), Canada and Regions, 1999–2005
Table LS-2h      Share of National Debt, Assets, and Population (Percent), by Region, 2005
Table LS-2i      Household Debt as Share of Total Debt (Percent), by Source, Canada, 1999 and 2005
Table LS-2j      Trends in Chartered Bank Residential Mortgages and MLS Average Home Prices (Index 1999 = 100), C
Table LS-2k      Growth in Household Debt (Percent), by Source, Canada, 1999–2005
Table LS-2l      Proportion of Households with Credit Card Debt (Percent), by Province, 1999
Table LS-2m      Household Debt (Billions, 2005 Constant $), by Wealth Quintile, Canada, 1999 and 2005
Table LS-2n      Share of Household Debt (Percent), by Source Held by Each Wealth Quintile, Canada, 2005
Table LS-2o      Key Sources of Debt for Canada‘s Middle Wealth Quintile (Percent), 2005
Table LS-2p      Proportion of Lowest Wealth Quintile Households with Debt and Share of Debt (Percent), by Source, Ca
Table LS-2q      Top Wealth Quintile‘s Contribution to Growth of Household Debt (Percent), by Source, Canada, 1999–20
Table LS-2r      Households with Debt-Servicing Payments Exceeding 40% of Gross Income (Percent), Canada, 1999–2
Table LS-2s      Comparative Rates of Increase (Index: 1981 = 100), Personal Liabilities and Assets versus Personal Dis
Table LS-2t      Change (Percent) in Total After-Tax Income (1999–2004) and Median Debt Value (1999–2005), Canada
Table LS-2u      Consumer Bankruptcies per 10,000 People, by Province, 1999 and 2005
Table LS-2v      Regional Share of Canada‘s Wealth and Households (Percent), 2005
Table LS-2w      Median Wealth of Households (2005 constant $), by Region, 1999 and 2005
Table LS-2x      Share of Wealth (Percent), by Net Worth Quintile, Canada, 1999 and 2005
Table LS-2y      Net Worth by Wealth Quintile ($ Trillions, 2005 Constant $), Canada, 1999 and 2005
Table LS-2z      Nova Scotia Provincial Debt and Federal Debt (Billions, current $), 1984–2005
Table LS-2aa     Table LS-2aa - Debt per Capita (2005 Dollars), by Province, 2005–2006
Table LS-2ab     Debt per Capita (2005 Dollars), by Province, 2005–2006
Table LS-2ac     Trends in Consumer and Business Bankruptcies (Index 1996=100), Canada and Nova Scotia, 1996–200
Table LS-2ad     Average Wealth of Households (1999 constant dollars), by Region, 1999
Table LS-2ae    Share of National Wealth (%), Atlantic Provinces, 1984 and 1999
Table LS-2af    Family Units in Each Wealth Group (Percent), by Region, 1999
Table LS-2ag    Average Wealth by Decile ($), Atlantic Canada, 1999
Table LS-2ah    Average Amount of Student Debt Owed (1999 constant dollars), Atlantic Provinces, 1984 and 1999
Table LS-2ai    Average and Median Wealth ($), Female Lone Parents, Canada and Regions, 1999

3. Economic Security Index

Table LS-3a     Security from the Risk Imposed by Unemployment, Canada
Table LS-3b     Security from the Risk Imposed by Unemployment, Nova Scotia
Table LS-3c     Index of Security from the Risk Imposed by Unemployment, Canada and Provinces,
Table LS-3d     Security from the Risk Imposed by Illness, Canada and Nova Scotia
Table LS-3e     Index of Security from the Risk imposed by Illness, Canada and Provinces
Table LS-3f     Security from the Risk Imposed by Single-Parent Poverty, Nova Scotia
Table LS-3g     Security from the Risk Imposed by Single-Parent Poverty, Canada
Table LS-3h     Index of Security from the Risk Imposed by Single-Parent Poverty
Table LS-3i     Security from the Risk Imposed by Elderly Poverty, Nova Scotia
Table LS-3j     Security from the Risk Imposed by Elderly Poverty, Canada, 1981 - 2007
Table LS-3k     Index of Security from the Risk Imposed by Poverty in Old Age, Canada and Provinces, 2007
Table LS-3l     Overall Index of Economic Security, Nova Scotia, 1981 - 2007
Table LS-3m     Population Shares of the Four Groups at Risk, Nova Scotia, 1981-2007
Table LS-3n     Overall Index of Economic Security, Canada, 1981 - 2007
Table LS-3o     Population Shares of the Four Groups at Risk, Canada, 1981-2007
Table LS-3p     Overall Index of Economic Security, Canada and Provinces, 2007
Table LS-3q     Minimum Wage in Canada and the Provinces, 1981- 2007 (Current Dollars)
Table LS-3r     Minimum Wage in Canada and the Provinces, 1981 -2007 (Current Dollars) (Continued)
Table LS-3s     Minimum Wage in Canada and the Provinces, 1981 - 2007 (2007 Dollars)
Table LS-3t     Minimum Wage in Canada and the Provinces, 1981 - 2007 (2007 Dollars) (Continued)
Table LS-3u     Welfare Benefits by Province (2007 Dollars)
Table LS-3v     Non-Reimbursed Out-of-Pocket Expenditures on Health Care in Canada (Millions of Current Dollars)
Table LS-3w     Average Weekly Earnings in Current Dollars
Table LS-3x     Personal Disposable Income in Canada and the Provinces, 1981-2007 (Millions of Current Dollars)
Table LS-3y     Out-of-Pocket Private Expenditures on Health Care, Millions of Current Dollars (1981-2007)
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vinces and territories                2006       Dec-07
a, provinces and territories          2006       Dec-07
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es and territories                    2006       Dec-07
                                      2006       Dec-07
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es, Canada, provinces                 2006       Dec-07
 ces and territories                                                                             2006   Sep-08
 Scotia, Canada                                                                                  2006   Sep-08
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Nova Scotia, Canada                                                                              2006   Sep-08
Nova Scotia, Canada                                                                              2006   Sep-08
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 d OECD countries                                                                                2006   Sep-08
 tia from Nova Scotia Power monitoring stations                                                  2006   Sep-08
  tia and Canada                                                                                 2006   Sep-08
a and Canada                                                                                     2006   Sep-08
 a and Canada                                                                                    2006   Sep-08
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ers, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                                      2006   Sep-08
 rs, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                                      2006   Sep-08
ns exceeded the NAAQO 1-hour MDC, Nova Scotia                                                    2006   Sep-08
ns exceeded the NAAQO 1-hour MAC, Nova Scotia                                                    2006   Sep-08




wnership, Nova Scotia                                                                            2006   May-08
 hip, Nova Scotia                                                                                2006   May-08
                                                                                                 2006   May-08
 species and ownership, Nova Scotia                                                              2003   May-08
 cover type and ownership, Nova Scotia                                                           2003   May-08
class (m 2/ha), Nova Scotia                                                                      2006   May-08
 s (m 3/ha), Nova Scotia                                                                         2006   May-08
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ots, percentage of total forest area, Nova Scotia                                                2003   May-08
                                                                                                 2005   May-08
 lassified, federally and/or provincially, as vulnerable, threatened, endangered or extirpated   2007   May-08
  under legislation, Nova Scotia                                                                 2007   May-08
                                                                                                 2007   May-08
ue-added (dollars) per cubic metre of wood harvested, Nova Scotia                                2005   May-08
                                                                                                 2007   May-08
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d, Nova Scotia                                                                                   2006   May-08
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                                                                                                 2006   Sep-08
), Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island                                                          2006   Sep-08
dward Island                                                                                     2007   Sep-08
a and Prince Edward Island                                                                       2006   Sep-08
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va Scotia and Prince Edward Island                                                               2006   Sep-08
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 a, NS, and PEI                                                 2005   Sep-08
sands of people), NS and PEI                                    2006   Sep-08
                                                                2006   Sep-08
al Expenses (Including Depreciation) (%), NS, PEI, and Canada   2007   Sep-08
                                                                2006   Sep-08
                                                                2006   Sep-08
                                                                2001   Sep-08
                                                                2001   Sep-08
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 ted, NS and PEI                                                2002   Sep-08
ed, NS and PEI                                                  2002   Sep-08
                                                                2006   Sep-08
                                                                2000   Sep-08
                                                                2003   Sep-08
m loan users)                                                   2006   Sep-08
                                                                2006   Sep-08
                                                                2006   Sep-08
                                                                2006   Sep-08
                                                                2006   Sep-08
                                                                1995   Sep-08
                                                                1998   Sep-08
ppliers (Growers and Processors)                                2008   Sep-08
 antic Canadian Suppliers (Growers and Processors) ($2007)      2007   Sep-08
g ($), Nova Scotia                                              2006   Sep-08
                                                                2006   Sep-08
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Scotian Shelf, 1970-2006 (000s of metric tonnes)                2006   Oct-08
f, 1970-2006 (2007$ millions)                                   2006   Oct-08
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2006 (kilograms)                                                2006   Oct-08
Scotia, 1965-2006 (kilograms)                                   2006   Oct-08
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hery landed value, 1995-2003                                    2007   Oct-08




 by Mass (kg)                                                   2004   Oct-08
ty and Population Served in Nova Scotia (2001)                            2001       Oct-08
pality and Population Served in Nova Scotia (2001)                        2001       Oct-08
                                                                          2007       Oct-08
                                                                          2005       Oct-08
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anada, provinces and territories                                          2006       May-08
Canada, provinces and territories                                         2006       May-08
s), Nova Scotia                                                           2006       May-08




                                                                          2006       Oct-08
ces and territories                                                       2006       Oct-08
                                                                          2006       Oct-08
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                                                                          2006       Oct-08
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uivalents), Canada, provinces and territories                             2006       May-08
CO 2 equivalents), Canada, provinces and territories                      2006       May-08
mage, Nova Scotia                                                         2005       Dec-07
 esidents, Canada, provinces and territories, 2005                        2005       Dec-07
age of total spending on road transportation                              2006       Dec-07
                                                                          2006       Dec-07
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  territories, 2006                                                       2006       Dec-07
 , provinces and territories, 2006                                        2006       Dec-07
                                                                          2006       Dec-07
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on road transportation , Canada, provinces and territories, 2005          2005       Dec-07




nada, provinces and territories, 2002                                     2002       Jan-08
va Scotia, 2002                                                           2002       Jan-08




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percentage of waste disposed in 1989                                                                2007      Jan-08
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d recycling services (%), Nova Scotia                                                               2006      Jan-08
grams, Canada, provinces and territories, 2006                                                      2006      Jan-08
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 Nova Scotia and Canada                                                                             2007      Oct-08
a Scotia and Canada                                                                                 2007      Oct-08
ova Scotia and Canada                                                                               2007      Oct-08
12 and over, both sexes, Canada and Provinces                                                       2007      Oct-08
 a Scotia, by Health Region                                                                         2007      Oct-08


Nova Scotia and Canada                                                                              2007      Oct-08
 Scotia and Canada                                                                                  2007      Oct-08
 a Scotia and Canada                                                                                2007      Oct-08
2 and over, both sexes, Canada and Provinces                                                        2007      Oct-08
 Scotia, by Health Region                                                                           2007      Oct-08



both sexes, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                                  2007      Oct-08
males, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                                       2007      Oct-08
 emales, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                                     2007      Oct-08
 lation age 12 and over, both sexes, Canada and Provinces                                           2007      Oct-08
by sex, Nova Scotia, by Health Region                                                               2007      Oct-08



ge 12 and over, both sexes, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                   2007     Oct-08
ge 12 and over, males, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                        2007     Oct-08
ge 12 and over, females, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                      2007     Oct-08
                                                                                                     2007
n that are overweight or obese, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Canada and Provinces        Oct-08
 and over, by sex, Nova Scotia, by Health Region                                                     2007     Oct-08



 s, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                                          2007      Oct-08
ova Scotia and Canada                                                                               2007      Oct-08
Nova Scotia and Canada                                                                              2007      Oct-08
ery good or excellent, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Canada and Provinces   2007   Oct-08
ova Scotia, by health region                                                                    2007   Oct-08



2 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                              2007   Oct-08
 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                               2007   Oct-08
12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                             2007   Oct-08
es, household population aged 12 and over, Canada and Provinces                                 2007   Oct-08
2 and over, Nova Scotia, by Health Region                                                       2007   Oct-08



er, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                                      2007   Oct-08
ova Scotia and Canada                                                                           2007   Oct-08
 Nova Scotia and Canada                                                                         2007   Oct-08
opulation aged 12 and over, Canada and Provinces                                                2007   Oct-08
er, Nova Scotia, by Health Zone                                                                 2007   Oct-08



n), both sexes, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                          2004   Oct-08
n), males, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                               2004   Oct-08
n), females, Nova Scotia                                                                        2004   Oct-08
n), both sexes, Canada and Provinces                                                            2004   Oct-08



ova Scotia and Canada                                                                           2007   Oct-08
 cotia and Canada                                                                               2007   Oct-08
 Scotia and Canada                                                                              2007   Oct-08
 , household population aged 18 and over, Canada and Provinces                                  2007   Oct-08
ova Scotia, by Health Region                                                                    2007   Oct-08



Nova Scotia and Canada                                                                          2004   Oct-08
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2 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                              2007   Oct-08
 over, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                                   2007   Oct-08
nd over, Nova Scotia and Canada                                                                 2007   Oct-08
 oth sexes, household population aged 12 and over, Canada and Provinces                         2007   Oct-08
2 and over, Nova Scotia, by Health Region                                                       2007   Oct-08




nada, provinces and territories                                                                 2007   Aug-08
                                                                                                2007   Aug-08
ences, Canada and Nova Scotia                                                                2007       Aug-08
                                                                                             2007       Aug-08
 ent), Canada, provinces, 2004                                                               2004       Nov-07
 ent), Canada, selected municipalities, 1999                                                 1999       Nov-07
 ago, Canada, provinces, 2004                                                                2004       Nov-07
 ago, Canada, selected municipalities, 1999                                                  1999       Nov-07
ercent), Canada, provinces, 2004                                                             2004       Nov-07
ercent), Canada, selected municipalities, 1999                                               1999       Nov-07
g the safety of citizens (percent), Canada, provinces, 2004                                  2004       Nov-07
g the safety of citizens (percent), Canada, selected municipalities, 1999                    1999       Nov-07




 ncome, 15-year-olds, Canada and provinces, 2003                                             2003       Nov-07
 $2000 CDN), classes of 1990, 1995, and 2000, Canada                                         2000       Nov-07
vince, class of 1995 and 2000 ($2000)                                                        2000       Nov-07
er graduation), all university graduates, by province, 1995 and 2000                         2000       Nov-07
 003 degree education or both, by Maritime province of graduation, 2005                      2005       Nov-07
es, 1990/1991, 2005/2006, and 2007/2008 (in 2005 constant dollars)                           2008       Nov-07
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anada, 1993–2005, ($2003)                                                                    2005       Nov-07
erritories, 1998/1999 and 2004/2005 ($2003)                                                  2005       Nov-07
erritories, 1998/1999 and 2004/2005 ($2003)                                                  2003       Nov-07
es, Canadian population aged 16 and over, 1994 and 2003                                      2003       Nov-07
vinces, Canadian population aged 16 and over, 1994 and 2003                                  2003       Nov-07
 questions, by age group, 1984, 1993, 1997, and 2000                                         2000       Nov-07
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ontributed, by annual hours volunteered, volunteers aged 15 and older, Canada, 2004          2004       Oct-08
 organization type, population age 15 and older, Canada, 2004                                2004       Oct-08
aracteristics, Canada and Nova Scotia, 2004                                                  2004       Oct-08
pita, population age 15 and older, Canada, provinces, and territories, 2004                  2004       Oct-08
 age 15 and older, by province and territory, 2004                                           2004       Oct-08
15 years and older, Canada and provinces, 1992, 1998, and 2005                               2005       Oct-08
 ears and older, Canada and provinces, 1998 and 2005                                         2005       Oct-08
olls, Canada, 2004 ($2007)                                                                   2004       Oct-08




al-earner families, 1992 and 2005                                                            2005       Oct-08
in full-time employed dual-earner couples, Canada, 2005                                      2005       Oct-08
 , aged 25-44, Canada, 1992 and 1998                                                         1998       Oct-08
 nada, 1998 and 2005                                                                         2005       Oct-08
                                                                                         1998       Oct-08




and economic regions, annual average                                                     2007       Oct-08
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 ns, number of persons employed, annual average                                          2007       Oct-08
 ns, number of persons employed full time, annual average                                2007       Oct-08
 ns, number of persons employed part-time, annual average                                2007       Oct-08
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nnual average                                                                            2007       Oct-08
 annual average                                                                          2007       Oct-08
 nd provinces, territories, and economic regions, annual average                         2007       Oct-08
 Canada and provinces, territories, and economic regions, annual average                 2007       Oct-08
                                                                                         2007       Oct-08
 and older, total employees at work                                                      2007       Oct-08
e 15 and older, total employees at work                                                  2007       Oct-08
 job, annual averages                                                                    2007       Oct-08
main job, annual averages                                                                2007       Oct-08
n job, annual averages                                                                   2007       Oct-08
main job, annual averages                                                                2007       Oct-08
oth sexes, annual averages                                                               2007       Oct-08
er, both sexes, annual averages                                                          2007       Oct-08
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annual average                                                                           2007       Oct-08
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 er seven-day week, Nova Scotia and rest of Canada, 1992, 1998, and 2005                 2005       Oct-08
 , 1992, 1998, and 2005                                                                  2005       Oct-08
 anada, 1992, 1998, and 2005                                                             2005       Oct-08
s, hours per day, Nova Scotia and rest of Canada, 1992, 1998, and 2005                   2005       Oct-08
 other Canada                                                                            2005       Oct-08
                                                                                         2005       Oct-08
 , 1998, and 2005                                                                        2005       Oct-08
 998, and 2005                                                                           2005       Oct-08
 1992, 1998, and 2005                                                                    2005       Oct-08
as percentage of 1992 hours, Nova Scotia and other Canada, 1992, 1998, and 2005          2005       Oct-08



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 , 1997, 2001, and 2006 (2006 constant dollars)                           2006   Oct-08
nada, 1997, 2001, and 2006 (2006 constant dollars)                        2006   Oct-08
t 20%), Canada and provinces, 1981-2004 ($2004)                           2004   Oct-08
a, 1990, 1997 and 2006 (% of total after-tax income)                      2006   Oct-08
  income by quintile, adjusted for family size, 1976-2006 ($2006)         2006   Oct-08
provinces, 1997 and 2006 ($2006)                                          2006   Oct-08
  provinces, 1976, 1986, 1996, and 2006 ($2006)                           2006   Oct-08
6, 1996, and 2006 ($2006)                                                 2006   Oct-08
milies and unattached individuals, Canada, 1951-2005                      2005   Oct-08
 n, Canada and Nova Scotia, 1997-2006                                     2006   Oct-08
ps, Nova Scotia, 1997-2006                                                2006   Oct-08
                                                                          2006   Oct-08
nd by family type, 1986–2005 (using after-tax LICOs, 1986 or 1992 base)   2005   Oct-08
ies and unattached individuals), Canada and provinces, 1976 to 2006       2006   Oct-08
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                                                                          2007   Oct-08
nstant $), 1984, 1999, and 2005                                           2005   Oct-08
stant $), 1984, 1999, and 2005                                            2005   Oct-08
                                                                          2005   Oct-08
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nd Regions, 1999 and 2005                                                 2005   Oct-08
gions, 1999–2005                                                          2005   Oct-08
                                                                          2005   Oct-08
 da, 1999 and 2005                                                        2005   Oct-08
e Home Prices (Index 1999 = 100), Canada and Nova Scotia, 1999–2005       2005   Oct-08
                                                                          1999   Oct-08
                                                                          2005   Oct-08
nada, 1999 and 2005                                                       2005   Oct-08
h Quintile, Canada, 2005                                                  2005   Oct-08
                                                                          2005   Oct-08
are of Debt (Percent), by Source, Canada, 2005                            2005   Oct-08
ercent), by Source, Canada, 1999–2005                                     2005   Oct-08
s Income (Percent), Canada, 1999–2006                                     2006   Oct-08
ities and Assets versus Personal Disposable Income, Canada, 1981–2005     2005   Oct-08
an Debt Value (1999–2005), Canada                                         2005   Oct-08
                                                                          2005   Oct-08
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                                                                          2005   Oct-08
a, 1999 and 2005                                                          2005   Oct-08
                                                                          2005   Oct-08
                                                                          2006   Oct-08
                                                                          2006   Oct-08
 Canada and Nova Scotia, 1996–2005                                        2005   Oct-08
                                                                          1999   Oct-08
                                     1999   Oct-08
                                     1999   Oct-08
                                     1999   Oct-08
antic Provinces, 1984 and 1999       1999   Oct-08
d Regions, 1999                      1999   Oct-08




                                     2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
a and Provinces,                     2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
nada and Provinces, 2007             2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
 Dollars) (Continued)                2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
ollars) (Continued)                  2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
nada (Millions of Current Dollars)   2007   Sep-08
                                     2007   Sep-08
007 (Millions of Current Dollars)    2007   Sep-08
rent Dollars (1981-2007)             2007   Sep-08
Table 051-0001 - Estimates of population, by age group and sex, Canada, provinces and territories, annual (persons)
Survey or program details:
Estimates of Population by Age and Sex for Canada, Provinces and Territories - 3604

Geography         Canada        Newfoundland         Prince       Nova         New            Quebec
                                and Labrador         Edward       Scotia       Brunswick
                                                     Island

Sex               Both sexes Both sexes              Both sexes Both sexes Both sexes         Both sexes

Age Group         All ages      All ages             All ages     All ages     All ages       All ages
(Persons) (5,6)
          1971     21,961,999              530,851      112,591      797,291        642,469     6,137,306
          1972     22,218,475              539,125      113,461      802,257        648,770     6,174,216
          1973     22,491,757              545,560      114,620      812,384        656,719     6,213,149
          1974     22,807,918              549,599      115,961      818,745        664,741     6,268,572
          1975     23,143,192              556,488      117,723      826,540        677,003     6,330,304
          1976     23,449,791              562,640      118,647      835,172        689,494     6,396,767
          1977     23,725,921              565,300      120,031      839,728        695,782     6,431,717
          1978     23,963,370              567,700      121,714      844,549        699,534     6,440,203
          1979     24,201,801              570,124      122,998      849,219        703,182     6,466,439
          1980     24,516,071              572,891      123,726      852,860        706,078     6,507,000
          1981     24,820,393              574,775      123,741      854,646        706,325     6,547,705
          1982     25,117,442              574,597      123,859      859,965        708,230     6,579,290
          1983     25,366,969              579,581      125,446      869,155        715,358     6,602,318
          1984     25,607,651              580,181      126,614      877,150        721,020     6,631,212
          1985     25,842,736              579,297      127,664      885,094        723,693     6,665,702
          1986     26,101,155              576,495      128,413      889,326        725,154     6,708,468
          1987     26,448,855              575,158      128,573      893,457        727,880     6,782,537
          1988     26,795,383              574,989      129,279      897,386        730,358     6,839,030
          1989     27,281,795              576,388      130,077      903,852        735,222     6,928,690
          1990     27,697,530              578,037      130,539      909,637        740,120     7,003,876
          1991     28,031,394              579,518      130,306      915,102        745,528     7,064,586
          1992     28,366,737              580,029      130,778      919,571        748,103     7,108,000
          1993     28,681,676              579,939      132,142      924,029        748,812     7,155,273
          1994     28,999,006              574,469      133,416      926,959        750,203     7,191,884
          1995     29,302,091              567,442      134,407      928,193        750,979     7,219,446
          1996     29,610,757              559,807      135,751      931,413        752,312     7,246,896
          1997     29,907,172              551,011      136,109      932,481        752,543     7,274,630
          1998     30,157,082              539,932      135,819      931,907        750,551     7,295,973
          1999     30,403,878              533,409      136,296      933,847        750,611     7,323,308
          2000     30,689,035              528,043      136,486      933,881        750,518     7,357,029
          2001     31,021,251              521,986      136,672      932,389        749,890     7,396,990
          2002     31,372,587              519,449      136,934      934,507        750,327     7,445,745
          2003     31,676,077              518,428      137,325      936,513        751,222     7,494,690
          2004     31,995,199              517,303      137,862      937,960        752,040     7,548,984
          2005     32,312,077              514,144      138,188      935,990        751,319     7,598,034
          2006     32,649,482              509,940      138,027      935,050        749,225     7,651,033
          2007     32,976,026              506,275      138,627      934,147        749,782     7,700,807

Source: Statistics Canada
Footnotes
1   Postcensal estimates are based on the latest census results adjusted for net census undercoverage and for th
2   Estimates are revised intercensal from 1971 to 1995; final intercensal from 1996 to 2000; final postcensal for
3   Population estimates for Northwest Territories and Nunavut are provided separately from July 1991.
4   Prior to July 1991, only estimates of population for Northwest Territories and Nunavut combined are available.
5   Age at last birthday in years.
6   Population estimates for persons aged 90 to 100 years and over will be available in October 2008.
erritories, annual (persons)




              Ontario          Manitoba      Saskatchewan       Alberta       British       YukonNorthwest
                                                                              Columbia           Territories
                                                                                            Territory
                                                                                                 including
                                                                                                 Nunavut
              Both sexes Both sexes Both sexes                  Both sexes Both sexes Both sexes Both sexes

              All ages         All ages      All ages           All ages      All ages      All ages      All ages

                7,849,002          998,874            932,037     1,665,717     2,240,472        18,991         36,398
                7,963,125        1,001,653            920,780     1,694,090     2,302,085        20,142         38,771
                8,075,533        1,007,356            911,936     1,725,327     2,367,272        21,148         40,753
                8,204,240        1,018,202            908,455     1,754,622     2,442,581        21,069         41,131
                8,319,738        1,024,969            917,411     1,808,690     2,499,569        21,908         42,849
                8,413,806        1,031,763            931,619     1,869,301     2,533,791        22,469         44,322
                8,505,692        1,038,008            944,801     1,947,657     2,569,702        22,838         44,665
                8,591,725        1,041,243            951,918     2,021,771     2,613,998        23,741         45,274
                8,662,661        1,037,389            959,519     2,097,565     2,662,990        23,990         45,725
                8,745,256        1,034,646            967,356     2,192,409     2,743,224        24,320         46,305
                8,811,312        1,036,433            975,867     2,294,198     2,823,933        23,903         47,555
                8,922,284        1,046,780            987,274     2,368,258     2,872,920        24,470         49,515
                9,041,672        1,061,075          1,001,872     2,390,376     2,905,476        23,616         51,024
                9,171,902        1,071,865          1,015,494     2,390,102     2,945,635        23,912         52,564
                9,297,550        1,082,270          1,025,469     2,402,956     2,974,277        24,362         54,402
                9,438,132        1,091,682          1,029,270     2,430,935     3,004,104        24,479         54,697
                9,644,258        1,098,024          1,032,745     2,435,326     3,050,160        25,700         55,037
                9,842,215        1,102,035          1,028,012     2,454,427     3,115,357        26,608         55,687
               10,107,519        1,103,560          1,019,222     2,495,247     3,197,880        27,111         57,027
               10,297,875        1,105,668          1,007,114     2,547,166     3,290,814        27,774         58,910
               10,428,132        1,109,614          1,002,686     2,592,626     3,373,464        28,907         60,930
               10,569,806        1,112,696          1,003,956     2,632,907     3,468,445        30,112         62,412
               10,688,391        1,117,621          1,006,854     2,667,448     3,567,406        30,357         63,549
               10,818,251        1,123,229          1,009,521     2,700,682     3,675,699        29,695         65,157
               10,949,976        1,129,146          1,014,126     2,734,515     3,777,004        30,445         66,575
               11,083,052        1,134,188          1,019,100     2,775,163     3,874,276        31,383         67,570
               11,228,284        1,136,137          1,018,067     2,830,056     3,948,544        31,791         67,787
               11,367,018        1,137,515          1,017,506     2,899,452     3,983,077        31,142         67,338
               11,506,359        1,142,491          1,014,707     2,953,255     4,011,342        30,777
               11,685,380        1,147,373          1,007,767     3,004,940     4,039,198        30,421
               11,897,647        1,151,285          1,000,134     3,056,739     4,078,447        30,129
               12,102,045        1,155,584            995,886     3,116,332     4,115,413        30,137
               12,262,560        1,161,896            994,732     3,161,371     4,155,370        30,574
               12,420,289        1,170,555            994,898     3,208,173     4,203,807        30,875
               12,565,446        1,174,150            990,044     3,280,728     4,260,246        31,051
               12,705,328        1,178,492            987,520     3,370,600     4,320,255        31,211
               12,803,861        1,186,679            996,869     3,473,984     4,380,256        30,989
net census undercoverage and for the estimated population growth that occurred since that census. Intercensal estimates are based on
m 1996 to 2000; final postcensal for 2001 and 2002; updated postcensal for 2003 and 2004 and preliminary postcensal for 2005.
separately from July 1991.
 nd Nunavut combined are available.

vailable in October 2008.
Northwest      Nunavut
Territories


Both sexes     Both sexes

All ages       All ages




      38,746        22,179
      39,431        22,903
      39,829        23,575
      40,580        24,418
      41,427        24,985
      41,748        25,668
      41,635        25,884
      40,816        26,374
      40,654        26,822
      40,499        27,500
      40,822        28,121
      41,489        28,739
      42,231        29,165
      42,822        29,631
      42,724        30,013
      42,401        30,400
      42,637        31,113
Intercensal estimates are based on
minary postcensal for 2005.
           Table NC-1a - Total energy use, final demand (terajoules), by sector, Canada, provinces and territories
Contents
                                                                                          Canada
             Year       Energy use,   Industrial   Manufacturing   Forestry   Construction Transportation
                       final demand

                1978     5,910,272    1,912,106        1,627,101     26,838         56,097      1,747,475
                1979     6,170,620    2,023,890        1,696,535     30,064         57,320      1,885,137
                1980     6,156,862    2,003,867        1,711,748     28,787         48,501      1,928,455
                1981     5,948,585    1,902,812        1,592,478     26,461         46,264      1,793,878
                1982     5,682,564    1,732,820        1,454,154     22,433         38,348      1,574,042
                1983     5,515,327    1,709,268        1,448,835     10,748         36,118      1,507,458
                1984     5,736,056    1,870,780        1,580,208     12,586         35,638      1,583,770
                1985     5,846,583    1,903,706        1,623,438     13,546         36,003      1,625,227
                1986     5,867,033    1,939,961        1,663,950     15,097         33,061      1,621,557
                1987     5,918,386    2,011,871        1,734,426     15,114         30,402      1,709,303
                1988     6,309,009    2,121,816        1,796,748     15,674         38,898      1,839,400
                1989     6,499,076    2,127,556        1,800,856     12,818         39,531      1,870,517
                1990     6,299,396    2,008,930        1,691,050      7,735         66,894      1,832,876
                1991     6,208,827    1,977,752        1,688,515      6,531         57,903      1,795,136
                1992     6,327,586    1,961,556        1,677,591      7,446         57,599      1,885,842
                1993     6,447,440    1,973,194        1,638,422      7,941         50,714      1,918,174
                1994     6,654,748    2,053,352        1,713,943      7,536         54,021      2,021,320
                1995     6,785,042    2,105,632        1,760,200      7,921         48,946      2,065,089
                1996     7,040,445    2,180,523        1,799,891      9,633         50,475      2,124,710
                1997     7,095,477    2,196,881        1,804,596     11,074         49,452      2,182,902
                1998     6,956,184    2,149,029        1,773,813     12,344         48,008      2,256,632
                1999     7,132,504    2,177,297        1,811,686     14,835         50,378      2,307,283
                2000     7,375,967    2,268,624        1,841,290     16,239         49,887      2,279,845
                2001     7,175,442    2,166,287        1,741,485     18,286         47,943      2,240,367
                2002     7,384,682    2,229,541        1,775,691     17,147         54,154      2,250,130
                2003     7,586,488    2,318,578        1,777,546     18,715         56,749      2,266,327
                2004     7,681,579    2,343,182        1,805,585     22,719         59,866      2,347,342
                2005     7,795,898    2,419,904        1,844,353     21,584         60,528      2,388,767
                2006     7,643,213    2,395,074        1,797,425     21,535         60,741      2,373,344

           Source: Energy use values from 2002-2006 are from CANSIM Table 128-0009 (Statistics Canada, 2008) and energ
ovinces and territories

ada                                                                                                                   Newfoun
             Agriculture   Residential      Public        Commercial Energy use, Industrial Manufacturing Forestry
                                         Administration    and Other    final demand
                                                          Institutional
                 191,989    1,166,740          144,558          747,403       120,615 43,865      20,976       436
                 196,715    1,172,768          145,612          746,493       119,623 44,867      15,471       428
                 189,592    1,181,477          121,472          731,994       121,421 45,831      18,579       361
                 187,568    1,100,630          138,420          825,276       114,501 43,566      17,638       377
                 173,758    1,144,475          142,073          908,145       106,721 36,046      17,194       372
                 246,383    1,037,760          133,689          880,777       104,014 34,880      16,731         14
                 167,204    1,077,828          127,991          908,480       105,745 35,540      17,453          7
                 170,406    1,126,868          129,105          891,272       106,931 35,727      17,456          2
                 175,735    1,108,839          136,006          884,939       112,584 43,147      18,519         15
                 167,144    1,072,621          134,658          822,789       109,661 39,039      20,018         51
                 180,378    1,145,960          140,210          881,248       110,257 36,120      16,679         86
                 200,451    1,224,387          145,864          930,305       115,749 36,750      19,384         62
                 199,155    1,204,043          144,045          910,352       123,162 40,709      16,049         50
                 195,243    1,183,145          134,403          923,149       113,133 34,320      14,659         91
                 196,859    1,216,263          133,660          933,407       110,880 32,442      13,648         64
                 198,765    1,256,662          132,053          968,598       108,494 31,918      14,404       114
                 195,795    1,286,711          143,142          954,431       110,009 35,426      13,627         71
                 209,249    1,259,102          143,347       1,002,619        112,845 35,968      14,178         71
                 222,920    1,358,158          134,136       1,020,353        113,068 35,357      13,624         60
                 230,044    1,295,115          135,866       1,054,808        117,701 37,900      14,411         72
                 224,728    1,183,519          130,284       1,012,330        111,418 33,628      11,823         83
                 229,865    1,232,263          124,522       1,061,446        111,406 32,663      14,202       103
                 231,927    1,287,825          131,288       1,176,423        119,060 37,603      14,575       102
                 218,075    1,239,970          126,813       1,184,065        117,341 35,095      14,285         56
                 206,753    1,286,677          125,164       1,286,657        119,157 35,245      14,778         38
                 211,777    1,338,166          128,083       1,323,788        125,531 38,859      15,218         70
                 208,899    1,313,015          131,859       1,337,477        122,868 36,402      16,310         86
                 208,539    1,296,644          136,052       1,346,070        129,837 44,062      20,608       115
                 210,764    1,250,283          127,736       1,286,015        116,716 38,764      16,116       100

tics Canada, 2008) and energy use values from 1978-2001 are from CANSIM Table 128-0002
  Newfoundland and Labrador
Construction Transportation Agriculture    Residential      Public        Commercial        Energy use,
                                                         Administration    and Other       final demand
                                                                          Institutional
      1,380         34,801           451        22,278           6,551            12,669          18,487
        694         38,106           459        19,942           5,205            11,043          19,481
        514         38,502           850        19,653           5,037            11,548          18,964
        579         34,027           840        17,083           6,447            12,534          16,990
        863         29,221           731        18,247           7,772            14,704          16,266
        677         27,251         2,022        14,611           7,164            18,086          15,282
        657         28,521           740        15,422           6,084            19,438          16,118
        579         29,411           715        15,886           7,582            17,610          15,758
        697         28,605           607        15,754           5,508            18,963          16,336
        425         32,510           400        16,045           4,644            17,023          16,963
        648         36,781           364        16,902           5,841            14,250          17,951
        823         39,066           612        17,887           7,307            14,130          19,721
      1,381         40,199           507        18,993           7,730            15,025          20,599
      1,144         39,083           717        18,916           6,868            13,228          20,314
      1,060         37,594           980        20,120           7,324            12,421          20,697
        929         35,339           910        20,382           7,029            12,917          20,328
        917         33,839           993        19,152           7,588            13,012          20,538
        873         36,460           994        18,601           8,634            12,191          20,317
        852         37,607           971        18,273           8,706            12,151          22,175
        840         36,791         1,196        19,102           9,908            12,804          22,710
        730         37,373         1,224        17,600           9,780            11,811          22,563
        765         39,643         1,184        17,005           9,303            11,608          22,763
        765         40,690           928        16,923           9,272            13,643          24,340
      1,072         39,765           770        17,786           9,371            14,554          23,371
        989         39,434           828        18,905           9,348            15,395          23,826
        902         43,711           424        18,334           9,475            14,726          24,720
      1,118         45,791           442        17,146           8,855            14,232          25,526
      1,117         45,160           378        15,783           8,964            15,491          25,060
      1,020         40,731           357        15,481           7,315            14,068          24,491
                                           Prince Edward Island
Industrial Manufacturing Forestry   Construction Transportation   Agriculture   Residential


     873            531         0           337           7,567           825          6,001
   1,042            648         0           392           8,409           885          5,484
   1,071            671         0           401           7,997           940          5,371
     809            525         0           285           6,779           934          4,635
     607            417         0           188           6,103           935          4,315
     583            441         0           142           6,078         1,267          3,426
     696            524         0           173           6,228         1,003          3,855
     802            547         5           250           6,055         1,072          4,042
     863            660         4           197           6,089         1,093          4,392
     930            781         0           149           6,169           921          4,839
     769            507         0           262           6,422         1,197          5,152
   1,080            824         0           257           6,904         1,392          5,289
   1,371          1,066         0           292           7,301         1,427          5,753
   1,628          1,322         0           293           7,696         1,417          5,293
   1,708          1,404         0           285           7,861         1,423          5,544
   1,665          1,377         0           288           7,704         1,486          5,246
   1,728          1,411         0           317           7,962         1,432          5,021
   1,614          1,371         0           225           7,913         1,561          4,630
   2,004          1,740         0           237           8,754         1,752          4,999
   2,291          2,071         0           194           8,454         1,908          5,147
   2,038          1,813         0           215           8,918         2,071          4,880
   1,590          1,345         0           208           9,481         1,989          4,801
   2,776          2,440         0           253           9,485         1,616          4,823
   2,654          2,406         0           248           9,413         1,296          4,639
   2,648          2,406         0           240           9,647         1,689          4,177
   2,855          2,626        14           212          10,132         1,594          4,123
   2,935          2,654        21           259          10,365         1,662          4,079
   2,896          2,613        17           265          10,125         1,638          3,788
   2,875          2,614        17           244          10,096         1,687          3,430
                                                                                               Nova Scotia
   Public        Commercial       Energy use, Industrial Manufacturing Forestry    Construction
Administration    and Other      final demand
                 Institutional
           961             2,260        189,403  56,593         53,841      364          1,028
         1,398             2,262        203,664  62,536         58,786      508          1,148
         1,175             2,409        201,376  61,849         58,109      416          1,170
         1,107             2,727        180,623  52,116         47,850      489          1,767
         1,514             2,793        172,511  45,966         41,371      410          2,049
         1,182             2,744        160,955  39,612         33,353        47         1,918
         1,132             3,205        163,352  38,460         33,055        21         1,028
           858             2,931        155,042  32,548         28,787        59         1,075
           882             3,017        152,179  31,493         27,840        52         1,176
           986             3,119        156,938  29,284         25,777        69         1,313
           945             3,465        160,816  25,212         20,963      159          1,593
         1,083             3,972        158,713  20,231         16,693      132          1,383
           881             3,867        161,654  23,677         19,551      109          1,637
           676             3,605        154,949  22,181         18,682      109          1,192
           496             3,668        158,429  21,969         18,706      148          1,140
           532             3,693        157,047  22,007         19,023      161            989
           619             3,775        159,096  23,838         20,884      121            911
           700             3,900        160,166  25,583         22,572      117            990
           626             4,037        160,011  24,938         21,812      405            830
           612             4,299        166,183  25,049         21,460      650            950
           760             3,897        168,804  26,123         22,742      336          1,152
           819             4,083        179,145  28,495         24,524      302          1,259
           882             4,759        176,247  28,703         23,420      328          1,172
           775             4,597        171,100  24,828         20,800      226          1,208
           686             4,977        174,082  29,906         25,424      229          1,397
           741             5,273        181,212  29,036         24,090      249          1,387
           777             5,708        187,761  29,536         24,856      271          1,434
           752             5,861        193,567  35,820         31,530      269          1,248
           696             5,706        172,914  27,635         23,751      242          1,075
Nova Scotia
  Transportation   Agriculture    Residential      Public        Commercial Energy use, Industrial
                                                Administration    and Other final demand
                                                                 Institutional
          62,182          2,519        43,065          10,951           14,092    147,818  44,835
          71,187          2,545        42,568          10,189           14,638    159,434  48,454
          69,957          2,398        43,980           9,167           14,024    160,927  48,583
          63,268          2,406        37,120           9,354           16,358    148,354  42,510
          56,761          2,291        36,466          10,519           20,508    129,324  39,132
          50,423          7,267        27,513          11,277           24,862    123,842  36,435
          54,058          2,634        32,526          12,497           23,176    129,099  42,416
          52,647          2,726        33,945          12,540           20,634    124,287  38,602
          52,032          2,813        33,301          12,949           19,591    127,596  40,311
          57,592          2,027        34,803          13,510           19,721    133,923  43,767
          64,395          2,114        36,831          11,264           20,998    139,100  41,780
          61,477          2,504        38,968          12,385           23,146    145,578  43,897
          62,219          2,524        39,988          11,182           22,066    149,042  45,762
          61,267          3,559        36,251          10,992           20,697    149,445  45,449
          60,241          4,267        38,582          11,767           21,603    149,001  44,009
          62,114          3,042        38,560          11,028           20,294    150,133  44,057
          63,819          3,141        36,903          11,559           19,836    155,793  46,946
          65,284          3,676        33,170          10,565           21,887    156,958  49,409
          65,406          3,629        35,007           8,845           22,186    159,474  49,560
          66,957          3,904        36,594           9,322           24,357    166,368  50,676
          72,046          3,784        34,665           8,653           23,534    164,938  51,872
          77,228          3,847        35,199           8,380           25,996    168,009  51,743
          73,042          4,351        36,025           8,936           25,191    177,096  55,761
          67,728          3,701        37,720           8,951           28,173    172,862  56,116
          65,911          3,332        37,325           8,960           28,647    174,022  58,405
          70,973          2,779        38,278           8,646           31,501    175,055  58,195
          72,685          3,972        30,214           9,633           41,720    183,234  58,506
          73,001          3,991        28,714           9,117           42,924    193,360  67,617
          67,516          3,472        26,654           7,543           40,095    176,912  60,168
                                      New Brunswick
Manufacturing   Forestry   Construction Transportation   Agriculture    Residential      Public
                                                                                      Administration

       41,620        802            699         48,518          3,082        32,836           5,346
       44,376        925            920         59,766          2,985        29,923           5,012
       44,607        836            915         57,620          3,131        31,920           3,965
       38,244        977            817         54,266          3,003        28,180           4,678
       34,236        601            727         38,384          3,010        26,858           4,772
       31,973        249            462         37,047          4,073        22,221           4,315
       37,777          2            799         38,477          3,171        22,889           5,257
       33,372        226          1,072         39,917          3,139        23,719           4,459
       35,019        184            749         41,051          2,687        24,214           4,787
       37,844        191            930         43,609          2,060        24,239           5,259
       36,169        269          1,006         47,789          1,784        25,885           5,101
       38,380        181          1,065         48,280          2,027        28,331           4,909
       39,396        179          1,456         49,124          1,883        29,198           5,166
       39,951         96          1,230         48,320          2,039        29,770           5,770
       38,050        158          1,286         49,642          2,403        30,671           4,483
       38,328        298            969         51,599          2,320        30,021           4,709
       41,032        121          1,108         53,751          2,644        28,742           5,972
       43,157        121          1,133         54,318          3,082        26,659           5,850
       42,636        146          1,052         56,785          2,682        27,417           5,407
       44,293        166          1,085         58,877          2,886        28,229           7,212
       45,956        215            966         60,475          2,785        25,824           6,751
       45,752        369          1,054         62,789          2,919        26,097           6,891
       48,953        436          1,119         64,262          2,620        26,790           7,681
       50,561        387            896         63,047          2,186        24,983           6,615
       53,219        392            719         61,796          2,386        25,977           5,732
       52,300        455            760         60,509          2,030        27,018           5,640
       52,270        464            768         61,175          2,155        27,540           5,810
       60,716        456            569         61,544          1,972        27,296           5,206
       53,719        445            597         60,558          1,969        26,051           5,005
                                                                            Quebec
Commercial Energy use, final Industrial Manufacturing Forestry   Construction Transportation
 and Other     demand
Institutional
        13,202   1,375,047     463,282       407,519     4,885        17,846        400,544
        13,294   1,389,791     468,197       391,181     6,078        17,874        418,444
        15,709   1,407,301     473,930       417,296     5,754        11,287        429,707
        15,716   1,340,074     462,495       409,532     5,886         9,481        385,359
        17,166   1,211,741     409,991       371,817     4,804         6,311        323,313
        19,752   1,188,066     405,568       372,115     3,567         6,271        310,140
        16,889   1,213,128     440,038       401,902     2,585         5,307        317,826
        14,450   1,225,915     454,722       420,721     2,122         4,587        323,618
        14,547   1,251,869     449,200       418,906     2,674         4,168        324,837
        14,987   1,263,189     469,225       438,106     2,719         4,520        336,830
        16,759   1,333,855     486,844       452,779     3,370         6,463        364,203
        18,133   1,378,655     483,513       451,332     3,544         6,220        377,302
        17,908   1,355,856     488,091       449,612     2,077        12,571        364,456
        18,097   1,309,444     478,109       440,432     1,763        11,411        343,109
        17,792   1,347,786     478,591       441,976     2,107        10,877        357,089
        17,430   1,368,906     494,392       458,154     2,425         8,416        361,495
        17,737   1,410,723     505,583       470,007     2,051         7,931        382,491
        17,642   1,410,778     511,004       475,278     2,301         6,203        371,426
        17,626   1,443,944     529,619       494,973     2,473         6,056        385,028
        18,492   1,462,010     541,345       505,877     2,533         6,615        386,951
        17,231   1,452,127     536,356       502,280     2,846         6,383        414,641
        17,571   1,473,154     537,962       503,596     3,674         6,523        415,940
        19,984   1,515,464     549,418       512,616     4,093         6,158        413,526
        19,914   1,482,809     530,906       497,822     4,052         6,169        412,332
        19,725   1,563,269     552,214       515,545     4,197         7,436        434,057
        21,663   1,630,321     572,719       531,223     6,361         8,901        442,262
        28,047   1,628,343     567,340       530,957     6,884         9,755        448,940
        29,726   1,640,888     604,480       562,478     6,666         7,822        429,649
        23,162   1,601,574     597,363       556,636     6,769         8,563        424,714
ec
     Agriculture   Residential      Public      Commercial and Energy use,       Industrial   Manufacturing
                                 Administration      Other       final demand
                                                  Institutional
         21,213       288,116           31,252           170,638     2,148,160     775,622          719,105
         22,373       293,120           31,680           155,973     2,251,698     844,599          784,757
         23,378       290,513           31,234           158,536     2,224,669     808,658          756,335
         26,027       268,903           33,339           163,950     2,158,072     756,116          701,910
         23,117       259,747           31,738           163,837     2,027,791     666,140          623,289
         35,081       240,530           27,789           168,958     2,025,162     677,101          636,218
         19,567       236,073           24,716           174,906     2,139,602     750,364          703,669
         19,255       249,933           22,620           155,768     2,148,701     748,529          699,189
         18,763       253,123           33,282           172,665     2,171,335     753,828          704,981
         18,682       239,261           35,275           163,914     2,194,218     787,373          737,453
         17,817       251,125           38,391           175,476     2,332,107     813,133          762,092
         19,274       273,214           39,477           185,879     2,419,227     831,957          779,219
         19,444       264,651           39,084           180,133     2,238,688     726,679          674,794
         20,432       252,406           38,925           176,460     2,230,419     720,510          671,307
         21,524       267,318           37,067           186,197     2,276,255     707,636          657,986
         20,350       268,018           34,293           190,357     2,288,212     677,326          633,515
         20,852       269,406           37,716           194,677     2,342,322     698,723          654,721
         19,328       260,958           38,950           209,110     2,357,291     702,396          658,436
         17,754       272,038           32,906           206,604     2,442,217     704,116          657,246
         19,337       269,993           33,854           210,530     2,468,112     699,913          656,575
         18,893       246,357           32,150           203,728     2,386,333     691,682          648,793
         19,579       256,424           32,683           210,567     2,487,677     699,487          656,257
         20,949       267,220           37,209           227,147     2,557,696     701,978          657,669
         22,394       253,584           34,985           228,609     2,471,461     665,210          623,124
         24,431       263,349           35,813           253,406     2,532,379     694,562          649,185
         27,500       284,212           42,826           260,802     2,590,505     680,881          635,107
         26,815       287,790           42,883           254,575     2,614,141     701,840          648,675
         28,791       274,721           45,127           258,122     2,676,295     691,421          636,085
         28,250       266,111           42,345           242,792     2,604,570     711,728          658,533
                        Ontario
Forestry   Construction Transportation Agriculture   Residential       Public        Commercial
                                                                    Administration    and Other
                                                                                     Institutional
   4,717         12,937       576,936       40,315        448,928           45,797         260,559
   5,538         12,711       624,628       41,535        441,224           47,610         252,104
   6,220         11,226       626,570       40,289        457,157           35,705         256,289
   5,479         11,313       587,551       41,191        424,379           38,756         310,078
   4,324          9,446       539,352       37,964        424,446           38,734         321,156
     597         10,139       543,865       48,906        385,839           36,572         332,878
     634         11,546       568,016       35,746        405,167           34,840         345,472
     581         10,809       581,164       36,681        411,093           34,076         337,156
   1,070         11,061       587,349       36,025        433,795           35,991         324,346
   1,224         10,052       613,495       34,042        427,885           33,391         298,029
   1,745         12,749       652,833       41,058        463,416           35,348         326,317
   1,740         12,530       663,537       42,690        495,718           37,585         347,739
   1,464         21,149       630,326       39,775        472,797           38,508         330,601
   1,276         17,931       616,912       44,076        468,291           33,385         347,244
   1,483         17,388       646,491       45,536        487,710           33,798         355,084
   1,380         13,943       661,689       44,155        509,010           33,788         362,243
   1,579         15,769       675,893       43,757        529,146           32,969         361,834
   1,555         14,945       699,053       51,494        509,464           30,918         363,959
   1,728         16,221       721,145       54,804        544,884           30,464         387,147
   2,388         14,146       750,300       54,719        521,217           29,434         412,662
   3,028         15,254       768,034       54,595        452,488           27,642         392,206
   3,978         16,432       795,903       55,801        483,211           26,309         427,114
   4,137         17,545       792,042       54,631        507,361           24,845         477,009
   3,258         16,796       756,423       52,484        496,023           24,860         476,593
   3,011         20,746       757,461       51,392        509,998           24,291         494,915
   2,871         21,259       756,136       52,141        546,943           22,053         532,579
   6,155         22,556       805,694       49,689        526,932           21,735         508,448
   5,391         23,370       867,620       48,066        537,167           24,485         507,538
   5,262         21,855       845,465       48,060        501,785           23,712         473,822
                                                                  Manitoba
 Energy use,   Industrial Manufacturing   Forestry   Construction Transportation   Agriculture
final demand

     226,505     44,723          36,242        343         2,619          70,342        19,880
     246,970     45,925          37,750        381         2,397          85,434        19,084
     235,605     41,874          33,803        361         1,775          87,438        15,256
     225,715     39,350          32,431        365         1,870          82,523        14,786
     226,092     36,472          30,440        296         1,723          72,099        14,046
     216,740     35,841          32,538          0         1,541          69,827        19,655
     224,009     37,710          33,562          1         1,405          78,459        14,523
     231,340     38,807          33,859         31         1,425          80,301        15,462
     229,927     41,236          35,717         20         1,680          77,413        16,883
     218,808     40,303          34,981         90         1,577          80,185        14,660
     237,850     40,750          35,916         97         1,600          82,874        16,821
     239,672     42,711          37,122        133         1,872          79,051        18,892
     239,964     39,267          32,474        121         2,867          81,820        20,469
     235,703     38,256          32,646         95         2,495          82,519        18,501
     234,896     34,623          29,417        133         2,406          87,930        17,952
     238,309     33,276          28,857        147         1,896          88,601        19,503
     240,836     34,640          29,760        139         2,205          92,952        19,382
     253,429     35,630          30,478        132         2,191          96,800        21,831
     260,579     36,414          31,281        159         1,880          96,845        22,760
     252,758     36,261          30,659         98         2,185          93,996        22,426
     241,963     40,278          33,520        102         3,099          89,271        20,646
     248,449     42,407          36,240        121         3,123          93,165        21,023
     251,299     44,797          38,794        196         2,697          86,293        21,507
     240,855     45,594          39,090        550         2,759          78,657        21,957
     250,488     48,892          42,236        663         3,058          79,878        22,905
     247,561     47,598          39,898        386         3,274          78,816        22,735
     256,613     50,588          43,830        187         3,445          81,251        23,717
     262,619     45,951             206      3,661        55,448          82,293        23,403
     252,760     46,709             177      3,654        56,013          82,688        22,667
                                                                                                    Saskatch
Residential       Public        Commercial     Energy use, Industrial   Manufacturing    Forestry
               Administration    and Other    final demand
                                Institutional
      46,507            7,161          37,893       259,185   60,132            23,857        301
      48,501            8,102          39,928       293,284   60,136            23,984         87
      45,400            5,220          40,419       287,751   63,899            27,196         74
      42,467            5,820          40,767       285,102   66,135            30,016         51
      47,296            6,275          49,904       282,319   58,332            29,248         48
      41,845            5,592          43,981       275,332   61,494            27,500          6
      43,983            5,143          44,192       289,011   67,234            27,554         10
      46,830            5,773          44,166       295,053   65,587            26,791         25
      44,946            6,094          43,356       281,972   60,037            23,686         37
      39,902            5,665          38,094       278,507   58,919            25,855         21
      47,006            5,714          44,689       298,750   63,969            27,328         16
      48,766            6,072          44,181       298,683   63,846            30,277        202
      49,462            5,883          43,064       289,911   58,402            26,564        130
      47,683            5,659          43,085       304,811   71,080            38,221        120
      45,369            5,280          43,742       333,370   90,396            56,534        116
      46,449            4,739          45,742       345,597   85,140            35,834        149
      45,864            4,840          43,160       363,289   98,810            46,543        107
      47,150            5,853          46,162       363,574   91,045            40,455         96
      50,886            5,501          48,168       376,715   90,368            45,969        116
      46,950            5,377          47,749       367,184   93,455            36,218        149
      42,258            5,116          44,394       358,450   93,154            38,021        174
      43,623            5,092          43,138       363,967   88,716            35,420        163
      45,756            5,282          47,631       367,240   95,292            35,974        177
      43,430            5,647          45,570       338,652   90,367            32,697        149
      45,164            5,811          47,840       351,665   85,750            31,741         90
      45,212            6,747          46,453       353,875   96,182            34,037        102
      45,538            7,211          48,308       349,191   95,603            35,255        167
      43,576            7,152          50,748       375,711 106,623             36,169        177
      38,344            6,472          46,567       379,785 102,858             31,520        200
          Saskatchewan
Construction Transportation   Agriculture    Residential      Public      Commercial and Energy use,
                                                           Administration      Other        final demand
                                                                            Institutional
       3,929        66,083          43,689        56,724            5,476            27,079       716,310
       3,642        98,299          40,343        58,953            6,729            28,824       791,630
       2,948       101,126          36,335        53,632            4,934            27,824       791,822
       2,933        95,567          34,298        49,555            5,871            33,675       781,355
       2,609        83,456          30,994        57,233            6,110            46,195       829,896
       2,798        74,081          44,793        51,343            5,833            37,789       761,540
       2,749        85,167          35,527        52,878            5,713            42,492       805,060
       2,721        90,114          36,408        54,687            6,204            42,053       869,322
       2,648        85,123          39,187        50,754            5,648            41,222       865,171
       2,465        88,706          39,039        46,446            4,901            40,498       856,646
       2,754        94,935          44,019        49,810            4,847            41,171       934,648
       2,646        89,032          50,716        48,432            5,013            41,645       949,437
       3,613        89,665          50,589        49,764            4,918            36,575       954,940
       3,468        95,006          46,079        50,536            4,629            37,481       916,894
       3,643       111,608          43,862        48,193            4,525            34,785       917,132
       3,718       114,393          44,976        50,294            6,575            44,216       955,643
       4,078       119,060          48,318        50,047            5,248            41,808     1,023,379
       4,130       123,744          50,077        50,721            5,064            42,927     1,079,912
       4,747       124,388          54,204        57,388            5,176            45,199     1,148,513
       4,729       121,584          55,686        49,790            5,047            41,620     1,173,197
       4,569       124,654          48,523        46,050            6,121            39,951     1,157,357
       4,725       127,020          50,243        47,147            5,859            44,985     1,159,807
       4,131       120,012          48,545        47,922            5,209            50,250     1,236,765
       3,558       106,851          42,970        47,538            5,060            45,866     1,213,064
       3,868       117,063          39,067        49,223            6,052            54,511     1,269,875
       4,277       111,686          38,326        44,805            6,946            55,928     1,343,863
       4,079       107,317          38,360        43,642            7,233            57,035     1,369,356
       4,425       119,224          40,578        41,787            7,416            60,083     1,362,779
       4,679       119,791          42,034        43,801            7,312            63,989     1,401,315
                                                       Alberta
Industrial   Manufacturing   Forestry   Construction   Transportation   Agriculture   Residential


 208,581           155,011        694          9,431          195,269        47,685       117,781
 223,548           164,496        922         10,929          228,833        55,204       126,251
 237,683           186,250        844         12,344          243,309        57,428       124,690
 226,051           150,456        849         12,228          226,245        54,546       124,823
 231,526           145,636        835         10,126          205,166        52,103       160,475
 196,154           118,115        115          7,211          194,303        66,959       150,556
 230,698           145,711        377          7,057          211,798        45,286       158,758
 260,635           181,320        581          8,254          222,575        46,937       171,056
 296,273           217,171      1,360          6,760          216,003        48,747       143,500
 304,459           218,170        718          5,605          225,507        45,136       137,237
 358,585           238,004        414          8,003          244,072        46,163       138,909
 347,790           218,563        530          7,547          241,844        53,282       146,994
 339,578           233,111        621         11,637          248,340        52,389       148,629
 330,082           239,519        562          9,431          230,152        46,857       148,856
 325,775           237,290        549          9,869          245,256        46,839       146,211
 346,868           218,597        535          9,236          251,269        49,260       150,367
 368,270           239,927        569         10,692          287,289        44,396       166,045
 398,228           261,814        604          9,708          288,150        47,133       170,732
 436,851           267,988        753         10,385          296,628        52,806       193,779
 451,493           278,558        958         12,153          320,330        54,493       174,637
 419,600           260,851      1,228          9,749          332,713        57,762       173,738
 425,082           268,033      1,513         10,710          335,584        58,493       171,320
 467,980           269,405      1,196         10,269          325,948        60,344       188,439
 437,033           231,564      1,737          9,939          354,498        51,346       170,052
 463,886           230,666        930          9,728          342,387        45,419       187,830
 530,215           225,898        998          9,046          346,173        49,813       189,795
 528,902           229,075        929          9,364          355,647        48,178       189,005
 223,417             1,041     10,830        537,631          359,180        48,070       176,220
 207,475             1,141     11,867        539,784          389,380        50,436       178,468
                                                                                        British Columbia
   Public         Commercial Energy use, Industrial Manufacturing Forestry   Construction
Administration     and Other    final demand
                  Institutional
         11,869         135,127       606,307 207,337    167,674    14,264          5,451
         12,300         145,494       666,951 217,016    174,645    15,138          6,178
          9,164         119,548       683,523 213,500    168,422    13,891          5,646
         13,560         136,130       671,528 206,681    163,413    11,962          4,684
         15,539         165,089       646,807 201,584    160,016    10,736          3,935
         16,631         136,935       621,880 215,138    178,758     6,154          4,528
         15,596         142,924       625,269 217,170    177,097     8,949          4,206
         15,430         152,690       646,561 219,563    180,296     9,914          4,345
         13,915         146,735       632,142 216,494    179,697     9,680          3,468
         14,210         130,098       665,449 231,403    193,777    10,034          2,917
         14,135         132,785       719,769 249,033    205,381     9,517          3,277
         14,714         144,813       749,267 249,837    208,545     6,288          4,521
         14,918         151,087       740,892 240,171    197,880     2,980          9,770
         13,216         147,733       748,178 230,782    191,343     2,415          8,775
         13,910         139,138       753,865 219,830    182,131     2,684          9,279
         14,261         143,618       787,334 231,847    190,135     2,724          9,871
         16,133         141,246       799,481 233,232    195,768     2,771          9,590
         14,067         161,608       840,332 249,243    211,940     2,924          8,049
         14,517         153,931       881,099 263,204    222,114     3,791          8,096
         14,533         157,710       870,042 252,105    213,581     4,059          6,458
         14,777         158,787       867,175 247,917    207,476     4,270          5,788
         13,651         155,695       894,480 262,576    225,849     4,542          5,453
         16,371         177,668       926,272 276,973    237,035     5,524          5,655
         15,288         184,848       913,788 268,306    228,625     7,849          5,149
         15,377         214,977       899,992 249,241    210,236     7,585          5,840
         11,258         216,607       887,649 254,050    217,015     7,206          6,501
         15,134         232,490       918,712 264,024    221,575     7,555          6,917
         15,207         226,548       911,037 266,105    224,684     7,246          7,045
         14,689         228,558       888,979 251,394    200,254     7,182          7,031
British Columbia
    Transportation   Agriculture   Residential      Public        Commercial      Energy use, Industrial
                                                 Administration    and Other     final demand
                                                                  Institutional
          198,104         12,068       102,250           15,951           70,598
          241,104         11,132       104,273           13,961           79,463
          260,336          9,437       106,607           12,256           81,388
          251,514          9,276       100,916           15,008           88,136
          214,651          8,367       106,414           14,727          101,065
          189,402         15,335        97,438           13,894           90,672
          189,666          8,645       104,008           14,058           91,722
          193,186          7,868       112,494           15,300           98,153
          195,725          8,785       103,369           12,704           95,066
          218,174         10,049       100,287           12,498           93,038
          238,617          8,972       108,995           13,611          100,544
          258,196          8,983       117,653           12,037          102,564
          253,592         10,095       121,100           11,067          104,866
          265,574         11,356       121,004           10,835          108,627
          276,203         11,755       122,476           11,687          111,913
          277,840         12,651       133,597           11,065          120,336
          297,949         10,745       132,123           16,426          109,005
          314,810          9,922       133,969           17,586          114,791
          323,723         11,434       149,274           18,521          114,943
          331,612         13,273       139,478           17,507          116,066
          341,457         14,091       137,014           16,446          110,249
          344,524         14,373       144,631           13,968          114,410          6,164     440
          348,258         16,241       143,458           14,041          127,269          5,756     349
          344,369         18,110       141,196           13,875          127,933          5,950     273
          335,857         14,461       141,668           11,905          146,863          6,115     287
          339,777         13,713       136,487           12,235          131,387          6,558     321
          352,149         13,421       137,960           11,324          139,834          6,475     396
          335,327         11,238       144,800           11,820          141,749          5,993     338
          326,722         11,459       147,400           11,716          140,288          6,235     344
                                       Yukon
Manufacturing   Forestry   Construction Transportation   Agriculture   Residential      Public
                                                                                     Administration




           62         69             60          2,423           200           985             457
           52         52             66          2,378            31           867             437
           18         21             67          2,708           304           790             449
           20         11             61          2,804           327           863             508
           23          0             65          2,517           377         1,014             627
           22          1             64          2,363           400         1,198             342
           13          0             58          2,239           296           973             296
           18          0             64          2,245           297         1,086             405
                                                                      Northwest Territories
Commercial       Energy use, Industrial   Manufacturing   Construction Transportation Agriculture
 and Other      final demand
Institutional




        1,657         15,908      5,665             319            68           2,993         203
        1,693         14,979      5,513             291            41           3,035         124
        1,427         18,949      7,090             356            54           3,419         487
        1,324         14,906      5,639             163            52           2,785         474
        1,703         14,576      4,866              62            97           2,529         281
        1,776         14,041      4,120              61            80           2,967          62
        1,850         16,379      7,442              68            94           2,506          83
        1,856         14,596      5,654              60            73           2,372          49
ies                                                                                                       Nunavut
      Residential      Public        Commercial       Energy use, Industrial Manufacturing Construction
                    Administration    and Other      final demand
                                     Institutional




            1,775              829           4,435
            1,999              828           3,611          3,752     1,486            80            17
            1,941              722           5,292          5,243     2,819           139            31
            1,938              509           3,561          4,912     2,865            76            19
            1,723              638           4,397          5,061     2,802            49            67
            1,756              665           4,508          5,316     2,993            44            27
            1,605              368           4,406          2,367        23            21            24
            1,461              405           4,196          2,215        39            18            20
    Nunavut
Transportation   Agriculture   Residential      Public        Commercial
                                             Administration    and Other
                                                              Institutional




           970            39           246             293              567
         1,156            70           290             213              695
         1,049            44           263             172              518
         1,102            62           218             251              766
         1,132            26           214             257              795
           909            36           214             137            1,024
           968            27           210              96              874
           Table NC-1b - Per capita energy use, final demand (gigajoules), by sector, Canada, provinces and territories
Contents
                                                                                       Canada
             Year       Energy use, Industrial Manufacturing   Forestry    Construction Transportation
                       final demand

                1978         246.6       79.8           67.9         1.1            2.3           72.9
                1979         255.0       83.6           70.1         1.2            2.4           77.9
                1980         251.1       81.7           69.8         1.2            2.0           78.7
                1981         239.7       76.7           64.2         1.1            1.9           72.3
                1982         226.2       69.0           57.9         0.9            1.5           62.7
                1983         217.4       67.4           57.1         0.4            1.4           59.4
                1984         224.0       73.1           61.7         0.5            1.4           61.8
                1985         226.2       73.7           62.8         0.5            1.4           62.9
                1986         224.8       74.3           63.8         0.6            1.3           62.1
                1987         223.8       76.1           65.6         0.6            1.1           64.6
                1988         235.5       79.2           67.1         0.6            1.5           68.6
                1989         238.2       78.0           66.0         0.5            1.4           68.6
                1990         227.4       72.5           61.1         0.3            2.4           66.2
                1991         221.5       70.6           60.2         0.2            2.1           64.0
                1992         223.1       69.1           59.1         0.3            2.0           66.5
                1993         224.8       68.8           57.1         0.3            1.8           66.9
                1994         229.5       70.8           59.1         0.3            1.9           69.7
                1995         231.6       71.9           60.1         0.3            1.7           70.5
                1996         237.8       73.6           60.8         0.3            1.7           71.8
                1997         237.3       73.5           60.3         0.4            1.7           73.0
                1998         230.7       71.3           58.8         0.4            1.6           74.8
                1999         234.6       71.6           59.6         0.5            1.7           75.9
                2000         240.3       73.9           60.0         0.5            1.6           74.3
                2001         231.3       69.8           56.1         0.6            1.5           72.2
                2002         235.4       71.1           56.6         0.5            1.7           71.7
                2003         239.5       73.2           56.1         0.6            1.8           71.5
                2004         240.1       73.2           56.4         0.7            1.9           73.4
                2005         241.3       74.9           57.1         0.7            1.9           73.9
                2006         234.1       73.4           55.1         0.7            1.9           72.7

           Source: Energy use values from 2002-2006 are from CANSIM Table 128-0009 (Statistics Canada, 2008) and energ
da, provinces and territories

da                                                                                                           Newfoundl
              Agriculture    Residential      Public       Commercial Energy use, Industrial Manufacturing
                                           Administration and Other       final demand
                                                           Institutional
                       8.0          48.7               6.0           31.2         212.5 77.3          36.9
                       8.1          48.5               6.0           30.8         209.8 78.7          27.1
                       7.7          48.2               5.0           29.9         211.9 80.0          32.4
                       7.6          44.3               5.6           33.2         199.2 75.8          30.7
                       6.9          45.6               5.7           36.2         185.7 62.7          29.9
                       9.7          40.9               5.3           34.7         179.5 60.2          28.9
                       6.5          42.1               5.0           35.5         182.3 61.3          30.1
                       6.6          43.6               5.0           34.5         184.6 61.7          30.1
                       6.7          42.5               5.2           33.9         195.3 74.8          32.1
                       6.3          40.6               5.1           31.1         190.7 67.9          34.8
                       6.7          42.8               5.2           32.9         191.8 62.8          29.0
                       7.3          44.9               5.3           34.1         200.8 63.8          33.6
                       7.2          43.5               5.2           32.9         213.1 70.4          27.8
                       7.0          42.2               4.8           32.9         195.2 59.2          25.3
                       6.9          42.9               4.7           32.9         191.2 55.9          23.5
                       6.9          43.8               4.6           33.8         187.1 55.0          24.8
                       6.8          44.4               4.9           32.9         191.5 61.7          23.7
                       7.1          43.0               4.9           34.2         198.9 63.4          25.0
                       7.5          45.9               4.5           34.5         202.0 63.2          24.3
                       7.7          43.3               4.5           35.3         213.6 68.8          26.2
                       7.5          39.2               4.3           33.6         206.4 62.3          21.9
                       7.6          40.5               4.1           34.9         208.9 61.2          26.6
                       7.6          42.0               4.3           38.3         225.5 71.2          27.6
                       7.0          40.0               4.1           38.2         224.8 67.2          27.4
                       6.6          41.0               4.0           41.0         229.4 67.9          28.4
                       6.7          42.2               4.0           41.8         242.1 75.0          29.4
                       6.5          41.0               4.1           41.8         237.5 70.4          31.5
                       6.5          40.1               4.2           41.7         252.5 85.7          40.1
                       6.5          38.3               3.9           39.4         228.9 76.0          31.6

tics Canada, 2008) and energy use values from 1978-2001 are from CANSIM Table 128-0002
         Newfoundland and Labrador
Forestry Construction Transportation Agriculture Residential      Public        Commercial Energy use,
                                                               Administration    and Other final demand
                                                                                Institutional
     0.8          2.4            61.3        0.8        39.2             11.5             22.3     151.9
     0.8          1.2            66.8        0.8        35.0              9.1             19.4     158.4
     0.6          0.9            67.2        1.5        34.3              8.8             20.2     153.3
     0.7          1.0            59.2        1.5        29.7             11.2             21.8     137.3
     0.6          1.5            50.9        1.3        31.8             13.5             25.6     131.3
     0.0          1.2            47.0        3.5        25.2             12.4             31.2     121.8
     0.0          1.1            49.2        1.3        26.6             10.5             33.5     127.3
     0.0          1.0            50.8        1.2        27.4             13.1             30.4     123.4
     0.0          1.2            49.6        1.1        27.3              9.6             32.9     127.2
     0.1          0.7            56.5        0.7        27.9              8.1             29.6     131.9
     0.1          1.1            64.0        0.6        29.4             10.2             24.8     138.9
     0.1          1.4            67.8        1.1        31.0             12.7             24.5     151.6
     0.1          2.4            69.5        0.9        32.9             13.4             26.0     157.8
     0.2          2.0            67.4        1.2        32.6             11.9             22.8     155.9
     0.1          1.8            64.8        1.7        34.7             12.6             21.4     158.3
     0.2          1.6            60.9        1.6        35.1             12.1             22.3     153.8
     0.1          1.6            58.9        1.7        33.3             13.2             22.7     153.9
     0.1          1.5            64.3        1.8        32.8             15.2             21.5     151.2
     0.1          1.5            67.2        1.7        32.6             15.6             21.7     163.4
     0.1          1.5            66.8        2.2        34.7             18.0             23.2     166.9
     0.2          1.4            69.2        2.3        32.6             18.1             21.9     166.1
     0.2          1.4            74.3        2.2        31.9             17.4             21.8     167.0
     0.2          1.4            77.1        1.8        32.0             17.6             25.8     178.3
     0.1          2.1            76.2        1.5        34.1             18.0             27.9     171.0
     0.1          1.9            75.9        1.6        36.4             18.0             29.6     174.0
     0.1          1.7            84.3        0.8        35.4             18.3             28.4     180.0
     0.2          2.2            88.5        0.9        33.1             17.1             27.5     185.2
     0.2          2.2            87.8        0.7        30.7             17.4             30.1     181.3
     0.2          2.0            79.9        0.7        30.4             14.3             27.6     177.4
                                            Prince Edward Island
Industrial Manufacturing   Forestry    Construction Transportation Agriculture   Residential      Public
                                                                                               Administration

      7.2            4.4         0.0            2.8           62.2         6.8          49.3              7.9
      8.5            5.3         0.0            3.2           68.4         7.2          44.6             11.4
      8.7            5.4         0.0            3.2           64.6         7.6          43.4              9.5
      6.5            4.2         0.0            2.3           54.8         7.5          37.5              8.9
      4.9            3.4         0.0            1.5           49.3         7.5          34.8             12.2
      4.6            3.5         0.0            1.1           48.5        10.1          27.3              9.4
      5.5            4.1         0.0            1.4           49.2         7.9          30.4              8.9
      6.3            4.3         0.0            2.0           47.4         8.4          31.7              6.7
      6.7            5.1         0.0            1.5           47.4         8.5          34.2              6.9
      7.2            6.1         0.0            1.2           48.0         7.2          37.6              7.7
      5.9            3.9         0.0            2.0           49.7         9.3          39.9              7.3
      8.3            6.3         0.0            2.0           53.1        10.7          40.7              8.3
     10.5            8.2         0.0            2.2           55.9        10.9          44.1              6.7
     12.5           10.1         0.0            2.2           59.1        10.9          40.6              5.2
     13.1           10.7         0.0            2.2           60.1        10.9          42.4              3.8
     12.6           10.4         0.0            2.2           58.3        11.2          39.7              4.0
     13.0           10.6         0.0            2.4           59.7        10.7          37.6              4.6
     12.0           10.2         0.0            1.7           58.9        11.6          34.4              5.2
     14.8           12.8         0.0            1.7           64.5        12.9          36.8              4.6
     16.8           15.2         0.0            1.4           62.1        14.0          37.8              4.5
     15.0           13.3         0.0            1.6           65.7        15.2          35.9              5.6
     11.7            9.9         0.0            1.5           69.6        14.6          35.2              6.0
     20.3           17.9         0.0            1.9           69.5        11.8          35.3              6.5
     19.4           17.6         0.0            1.8           68.9         9.5          33.9              5.7
     19.3           17.6         0.0            1.8           70.4        12.3          30.5              5.0
     20.8           19.1         0.1            1.5           73.8        11.6          30.0              5.4
     21.3           19.3         0.2            1.9           75.2        12.1          29.6              5.6
     21.0           18.9         0.1            1.9           73.3        11.9          27.4              5.4
     20.8           18.9         0.1            1.8           73.1        12.2          24.9              5.0
                                                                       Nova Scotia
Commercial Energy use, Industrial Manufacturing Forestry    Construction Transportation Agriculture
 and Other final demand
Institutional
          18.6     224.3    67.0           63.8       0.4            1.2           73.6         3.0
          18.4     239.8    73.6           69.2       0.6            1.4           83.8         3.0
          19.5     236.1    72.5           68.1       0.5            1.4           82.0         2.8
          22.0     211.3    61.0           56.0       0.6            2.1           74.0         2.8
          22.5     200.6    53.5           48.1       0.5            2.4           66.0         2.7
          21.9     185.2    45.6           38.4       0.1            2.2           58.0         8.4
          25.3     186.2    43.8           37.7       0.0            1.2           61.6         3.0
          23.0     175.2    36.8           32.5       0.1            1.2           59.5         3.1
          23.5     171.1    35.4           31.3       0.1            1.3           58.5         3.2
          24.3     175.7    32.8           28.9       0.1            1.5           64.5         2.3
          26.8     179.2    28.1           23.4       0.2            1.8           71.8         2.4
          30.5     175.6    22.4           18.5       0.1            1.5           68.0         2.8
          29.6     177.7    26.0           21.5       0.1            1.8           68.4         2.8
          27.7     169.3    24.2           20.4       0.1            1.3           67.0         3.9
          28.0     172.3    23.9           20.3       0.2            1.2           65.5         4.6
          27.9     170.0    23.8           20.6       0.2            1.1           67.2         3.3
          28.3     171.6    25.7           22.5       0.1            1.0           68.8         3.4
          29.0     172.6    27.6           24.3       0.1            1.1           70.3         4.0
          29.7     171.8    26.8           23.4       0.4            0.9           70.2         3.9
          31.6     178.2    26.9           23.0       0.7            1.0           71.8         4.2
          28.7     181.1    28.0           24.4       0.4            1.2           77.3         4.1
          30.0     191.8    30.5           26.3       0.3            1.3           82.7         4.1
          34.9     188.7    30.7           25.1       0.4            1.3           78.2         4.7
          33.6     183.5    26.6           22.3       0.2            1.3           72.6         4.0
          36.3     186.3    32.0           27.2       0.2            1.5           70.5         3.6
          38.4     193.5    31.0           25.7       0.3            1.5           75.8         3.0
          41.4     200.2    31.5           26.5       0.3            1.5           77.5         4.2
          42.4     206.8    38.3           33.7       0.3            1.3           78.0         4.3
          41.3     184.9    29.6           25.4       0.3            1.1           72.2         3.7
                                                                                           New Brunswi
Residential      Public        Commercial Energy use, Industrial Manufacturing Forestry
              Administration    and Other final demand
                               Institutional
       51.0             13.0             16.7     211.3    64.1           59.5       1.1
       50.1             12.0             17.2     226.7    68.9           63.1       1.3
       51.6             10.7             16.4     227.9    68.8           63.2       1.2
       43.4             10.9             19.1     210.0    60.2           54.1       1.4
       42.4             12.2             23.8     182.6    55.3           48.3       0.8
       31.7             13.0             28.6     173.1    50.9           44.7       0.3
       37.1             14.2             26.4     179.1    58.8           52.4       0.0
       38.4             14.2             23.3     171.7    53.3           46.1       0.3
       37.4             14.6             22.0     176.0    55.6           48.3       0.3
       39.0             15.1             22.1     184.0    60.1           52.0       0.3
       41.0             12.6             23.4     190.5    57.2           49.5       0.4
       43.1             13.7             25.6     198.0    59.7           52.2       0.2
       44.0             12.3             24.3     201.4    61.8           53.2       0.2
       39.6             12.0             22.6     200.5    61.0           53.6       0.1
       42.0             12.8             23.5     199.2    58.8           50.9       0.2
       41.7             11.9             22.0     200.5    58.8           51.2       0.4
       39.8             12.5             21.4     207.7    62.6           54.7       0.2
       35.7             11.4             23.6     209.0    65.8           57.5       0.2
       37.6              9.5             23.8     212.0    65.9           56.7       0.2
       39.2             10.0             26.1     221.1    67.3           58.9       0.2
       37.2              9.3             25.3     219.8    69.1           61.2       0.3
       37.7              9.0             27.8     223.8    68.9           61.0       0.5
       38.6              9.6             27.0     236.0    74.3           65.2       0.6
       40.5              9.6             30.2     230.5    74.8           67.4       0.5
       39.9              9.6             30.7     231.9    77.8           70.9       0.5
       40.9              9.2             33.6     233.0    77.5           69.6       0.6
       32.2             10.3             44.5     243.6    77.8           69.5       0.6
       30.7              9.7             45.9     257.4    90.0           80.8       0.6
       28.5              8.1             42.9     236.1    80.3           71.7       0.6
          New Brunswick
Construction  Transportation    Agriculture   Residential      Public        Commercial      Energy use,
                                                            Administration    and Other     final demand
                                                                             Institutional
          1.0            69.4           4.4          46.9              7.6             18.9          213.5
          1.3            85.0           4.2          42.6              7.1             18.9          214.9
          1.3            81.6           4.4          45.2              5.6             22.2          216.3
          1.2            76.8           4.3          39.9              6.6             22.3          204.7
          1.0            54.2           4.3          37.9              6.7             24.2          184.2
          0.6            51.8           5.7          31.1              6.0             27.6          179.9
          1.1            53.4           4.4          31.7              7.3             23.4          182.9
          1.5            55.2           4.3          32.8              6.2             20.0          183.9
          1.0            56.6           3.7          33.4              6.6             20.1          186.6
          1.3            59.9           2.8          33.3              7.2             20.6          186.2
          1.4            65.4           2.4          35.4              7.0             22.9          195.0
          1.4            65.7           2.8          38.5              6.7             24.7          199.0
          2.0            66.4           2.5          39.5              7.0             24.2          193.6
          1.6            64.8           2.7          39.9              7.7             24.3          185.4
          1.7            66.4           3.2          41.0              6.0             23.8          189.6
          1.3            68.9           3.1          40.1              6.3             23.3          191.3
          1.5            71.6           3.5          38.3              8.0             23.6          196.2
          1.5            72.3           4.1          35.5              7.8             23.5          195.4
          1.4            75.5           3.6          36.4              7.2             23.4          199.2
          1.4            78.2           3.8          37.5              9.6             24.6          201.0
          1.3            80.6           3.7          34.4              9.0             23.0          199.0
          1.4            83.7           3.9          34.8              9.2             23.4          201.2
          1.5            85.6           3.5          35.7             10.2             26.6          206.0
          1.2            84.1           2.9          33.3              8.8             26.6          200.5
          1.0            82.4           3.2          34.6              7.6             26.3          210.0
          1.0            80.5           2.7          36.0              7.5             28.8          217.5
          1.0            81.3           2.9          36.6              7.7             37.3          215.7
          0.8            81.9           2.6          36.3              6.9             39.6          216.0
          0.8            80.8           2.6          34.8              6.7             30.9          209.3
                                                      Quebec
Industrial   Manufacturing    Forestry    Construction Transportation   Agriculture   Residential


     71.9              63.3         0.8            2.8           62.2           3.3          44.7
     72.4              60.5         0.9            2.8           64.7           3.5          45.3
     72.8              64.1         0.9            1.7           66.0           3.6          44.6
     70.6              62.5         0.9            1.4           58.9           4.0          41.1
     62.3              56.5         0.7            1.0           49.1           3.5          39.5
     61.4              56.4         0.5            0.9           47.0           5.3          36.4
     66.4              60.6         0.4            0.8           47.9           3.0          35.6
     68.2              63.1         0.3            0.7           48.5           2.9          37.5
     67.0              62.4         0.4            0.6           48.4           2.8          37.7
     69.2              64.6         0.4            0.7           49.7           2.8          35.3
     71.2              66.2         0.5            0.9           53.3           2.6          36.7
     69.8              65.1         0.5            0.9           54.5           2.8          39.4
     69.7              64.2         0.3            1.8           52.0           2.8          37.8
     67.7              62.3         0.2            1.6           48.6           2.9          35.7
     67.3              62.2         0.3            1.5           50.2           3.0          37.6
     69.1              64.0         0.3            1.2           50.5           2.8          37.5
     70.3              65.4         0.3            1.1           53.2           2.9          37.5
     70.8              65.8         0.3            0.9           51.4           2.7          36.1
     73.1              68.3         0.3            0.8           53.1           2.4          37.5
     74.4              69.5         0.3            0.9           53.2           2.7          37.1
     73.5              68.8         0.4            0.9           56.8           2.6          33.8
     73.5              68.8         0.5            0.9           56.8           2.7          35.0
     74.7              69.7         0.6            0.8           56.2           2.8          36.3
     71.8              67.3         0.5            0.8           55.7           3.0          34.3
     74.2              69.2         0.6            1.0           58.3           3.3          35.4
     76.4              70.9         0.8            1.2           59.0           3.7          37.9
     75.2              70.3         0.9            1.3           59.5           3.6          38.1
     79.6              74.0         0.9            1.0           56.5           3.8          36.2
     78.1              72.8         0.9            1.1           55.5           3.7          34.8
                                                                                          Ontario
   Public        Commercial Energy use, Industrial Manufacturing Forestry Construction
Administration    and Other final demand
                 Institutional
           4.9             26.5     250.0    90.3           83.7       0.5          1.5
           4.9             24.1     259.9    97.5           90.6       0.6          1.5
           4.8             24.4     254.4    92.5           86.5       0.7          1.3
           5.1             25.0     244.9    85.8           79.7       0.6          1.3
           4.8             24.9     227.3    74.7           69.9       0.5          1.1
           4.2             25.6     224.0    74.9           70.4       0.1          1.1
           3.7             26.4     233.3    81.8           76.7       0.1          1.3
           3.4             23.4     231.1    80.5           75.2       0.1          1.2
           5.0             25.7     230.1    79.9           74.7       0.1          1.2
           5.2             24.2     227.5    81.6           76.5       0.1          1.0
           5.6             25.7     236.9    82.6           77.4       0.2          1.3
           5.7             26.8     239.3    82.3           77.1       0.2          1.2
           5.6             25.7     217.4    70.6           65.5       0.1          2.1
           5.5             25.0     213.9    69.1           64.4       0.1          1.7
           5.2             26.2     215.4    66.9           62.3       0.1          1.6
           4.8             26.6     214.1    63.4           59.3       0.1          1.3
           5.2             27.1     216.5    64.6           60.5       0.1          1.5
           5.4             29.0     215.3    64.1           60.1       0.1          1.4
           4.5             28.5     220.4    63.5           59.3       0.2          1.5
           4.7             28.9     219.8    62.3           58.5       0.2          1.3
           4.4             27.9     209.9    60.8           57.1       0.3          1.3
           4.5             28.8     216.2    60.8           57.0       0.3          1.4
           5.1             30.9     218.9    60.1           56.3       0.4          1.5
           4.7             30.9     207.7    55.9           52.4       0.3          1.4
           4.8             34.0     209.3    57.4           53.6       0.2          1.7
           5.7             34.8     211.3    55.5           51.8       0.2          1.7
           5.7             33.7     210.5    56.5           52.2       0.5          1.8
           5.9             34.0     213.0    55.0           50.6       0.4          1.9
           5.5             31.7     205.0    56.0           51.8       0.4          1.7
Ontario
Transportation    Agriculture   Residential      Public        Commercial      Energy use, Industrial
                                              Administration    and Other     final demand
                                                               Institutional
           67.2           4.7          52.3              5.3             30.3          217.5    43.0
           72.1           4.8          50.9              5.5             29.1          238.1    44.3
           71.6           4.6          52.3              4.1             29.3          227.7    40.5
           66.7           4.7          48.2              4.4             35.2          217.8    38.0
           60.4           4.3          47.6              4.3             36.0          216.0    34.8
           60.2           5.4          42.7              4.0             36.8          204.3    33.8
           61.9           3.9          44.2              3.8             37.7          209.0    35.2
           62.5           3.9          44.2              3.7             36.3          213.8    35.9
           62.2           3.8          46.0              3.8             34.4          210.6    37.8
           63.6           3.5          44.4              3.5             30.9          199.3    36.7
           66.3           4.2          47.1              3.6             33.2          215.8    37.0
           65.6           4.2          49.0              3.7             34.4          217.2    38.7
           61.2           3.9          45.9              3.7             32.1          217.0    35.5
           59.2           4.2          44.9              3.2             33.3          212.4    34.5
           61.2           4.3          46.1              3.2             33.6          211.1    31.1
           61.9           4.1          47.6              3.2             33.9          213.2    29.8
           62.5           4.0          48.9              3.0             33.4          214.4    30.8
           63.8           4.7          46.5              2.8             33.2          224.4    31.6
           65.1           4.9          49.2              2.7             34.9          229.7    32.1
           66.8           4.9          46.4              2.6             36.8          222.5    31.9
           67.6           4.8          39.8              2.4             34.5          212.7    35.4
           69.2           4.8          42.0              2.3             37.1          217.5    37.1
           67.8           4.7          43.4              2.1             40.8          219.0    39.0
           63.6           4.4          41.7              2.1             40.1          209.2    39.6
           62.6           4.2          42.1              2.0             40.9          216.8    42.3
           61.7           4.3          44.6              1.8             43.4          213.1    41.0
           64.9           4.0          42.4              1.7             40.9          219.2    43.2
           69.0           3.8          42.7              1.9             40.4          223.7    39.1
           66.5           3.8          39.5              1.9             37.3          214.5    39.6
                                       Manitoba
Manufacturing   Forestry    Construction Transportation   Agriculture   Residential      Public
                                                                                      Administration

         34.8         0.3            2.5           67.6          19.1          44.7              6.9
         36.4         0.4            2.3           82.4          18.4          46.8              7.8
         32.7         0.3            1.7           84.5          14.7          43.9              5.0
         31.3         0.4            1.8           79.6          14.3          41.0              5.6
         29.1         0.3            1.6           68.9          13.4          45.2              6.0
         30.7         0.0            1.5           65.8          18.5          39.4              5.3
         31.3         0.0            1.3           73.2          13.5          41.0              4.8
         31.3         0.0            1.3           74.2          14.3          43.3              5.3
         32.7         0.0            1.5           70.9          15.5          41.2              5.6
         31.9         0.1            1.4           73.0          13.4          36.3              5.2
         32.6         0.1            1.5           75.2          15.3          42.7              5.2
         33.6         0.1            1.7           71.6          17.1          44.2              5.5
         29.4         0.1            2.6           74.0          18.5          44.7              5.3
         29.4         0.1            2.2           74.4          16.7          43.0              5.1
         26.4         0.1            2.2           79.0          16.1          40.8              4.7
         25.8         0.1            1.7           79.3          17.5          41.6              4.2
         26.5         0.1            2.0           82.8          17.3          40.8              4.3
         27.0         0.1            1.9           85.7          19.3          41.8              5.2
         27.6         0.1            1.7           85.4          20.1          44.9              4.9
         27.0         0.1            1.9           82.7          19.7          41.3              4.7
         29.5         0.1            2.7           78.5          18.2          37.1              4.5
         31.7         0.1            2.7           81.5          18.4          38.2              4.5
         33.8         0.2            2.4           75.2          18.7          39.9              4.6
         34.0         0.5            2.4           68.3          19.1          37.7              4.9
         36.5         0.6            2.6           69.1          19.8          39.1              5.0
         34.3         0.3            2.8           67.8          19.6          38.9              5.8
         37.4         0.2            2.9           69.4          20.3          38.9              6.2
          0.2         3.1           47.2           70.1          19.9          37.1              6.1
          0.2         3.1           47.5           70.2          19.2          32.5              5.5
                                                                         Saskatchewan
Commercial      Energy use, Industrial Manufacturing Forestry    Construction Transportation Agriculture
 and Other     final demand
Institutional
          36.4          272.3    63.2           25.1       0.3            4.1           69.4        45.9
          38.5          305.7    62.7           25.0       0.1            3.8          102.4        42.0
          39.1          297.5    66.1           28.1       0.1            3.0          104.5        37.6
          39.3          292.2    67.8           30.8       0.1            3.0           97.9        35.1
          47.7          286.0    59.1           29.6       0.0            2.6           84.5        31.4
          41.4          274.8    61.4           27.4       0.0            2.8           73.9        44.7
          41.2          284.6    66.2           27.1       0.0            2.7           83.9        35.0
          40.8          287.7    64.0           26.1       0.0            2.7           87.9        35.5
          39.7          274.0    58.3           23.0       0.0            2.6           82.7        38.1
          34.7          269.7    57.1           25.0       0.0            2.4           85.9        37.8
          40.6          290.6    62.2           26.6       0.0            2.7           92.3        42.8
          40.0          293.0    62.6           29.7       0.2            2.6           87.4        49.8
          38.9          287.9    58.0           26.4       0.1            3.6           89.0        50.2
          38.8          304.0    70.9           38.1       0.1            3.5           94.8        46.0
          39.3          332.1    90.0           56.3       0.1            3.6          111.2        43.7
          40.9          343.2    84.6           35.6       0.1            3.7          113.6        44.7
          38.4          359.9    97.9           46.1       0.1            4.0          117.9        47.9
          40.9          358.5    89.8           39.9       0.1            4.1          122.0        49.4
          42.5          369.7    88.7           45.1       0.1            4.7          122.1        53.2
          42.0          360.7    91.8           35.6       0.1            4.6          119.4        54.7
          39.0          352.3    91.6           37.4       0.2            4.5          122.5        47.7
          37.8          358.7    87.4           34.9       0.2            4.7          125.2        49.5
          41.5          364.4    94.6           35.7       0.2            4.1          119.1        48.2
          39.6          338.6    90.4           32.7       0.1            3.6          106.8        43.0
          41.4          353.1    86.1           31.9       0.1            3.9          117.5        39.2
          40.0          355.7    96.7           34.2       0.1            4.3          112.3        38.5
          41.3          351.0    96.1           35.4       0.2            4.1          107.9        38.6
          43.2          379.5   107.7           36.5       0.2            4.5          120.4        41.0
          39.5          384.6   104.2           31.9       0.2            4.7          121.3        42.6
                                                                                                 Alberta
Residential      Public         Commercial      Energy use, Industrial Manufacturing Forestry
              Administration     and Other     final demand
                                Institutional
      59.6                5.8             28.4          354.3   103.2           76.7       0.3
      61.4                7.0             30.0          377.4   106.6           78.4       0.4
      55.4                5.1             28.8          361.2   108.4           85.0       0.4
      50.8                6.0             34.5          340.6    98.5           65.6       0.4
      58.0                6.2             46.8          350.4    97.8           61.5       0.4
      51.2                5.8             37.7          318.6    82.1           49.4       0.0
      52.1                5.6             41.8          336.8    96.5           61.0       0.2
      53.3                6.0             41.0          361.8   108.5           75.5       0.2
      49.3                5.5             40.0          355.9   121.9           89.3       0.6
      45.0                4.7             39.2          351.8   125.0           89.6       0.3
      48.5                4.7             40.0          380.8   146.1           97.0       0.2
      47.5                4.9             40.9          380.5   139.4           87.6       0.2
      49.4                4.9             36.3          374.9   133.3           91.5       0.2
      50.4                4.6             37.4          353.7   127.3           92.4       0.2
      48.0                4.5             34.6          348.3   123.7           90.1       0.2
      50.0                6.5             43.9          358.3   130.0           81.9       0.2
      49.6                5.2             41.4          378.9   136.4           88.8       0.2
      50.0                5.0             42.3          394.9   145.6           95.7       0.2
      56.3                5.1             44.4          413.9   157.4           96.6       0.3
      48.9                5.0             40.9          414.5   159.5           98.4       0.3
      45.3                6.0             39.3          399.2   144.7           90.0       0.4
      46.5                5.8             44.3          392.7   143.9           90.8       0.5
      47.6                5.2             49.9          411.6   155.7           89.7       0.4
      47.5                5.1             45.9          396.8   143.0           75.8       0.6
      49.4                6.1             54.7          407.5   148.9           74.0       0.3
      45.0                7.0             56.2          425.1   167.7           71.5       0.3
      43.9                7.3             57.3          426.8   164.9           71.4       0.3
      42.2                7.5             60.7          415.4    68.1             0.3      3.3
      44.4                7.4             64.8          415.7    61.6             0.3      3.5
            Alberta
Construction Transportation   Agriculture   Residential      Public        Commercial      Energy use,
                                                          Administration    and Other     final demand
                                                                           Institutional
         4.7           96.6          23.6          58.3              5.9             66.8          231.9
         5.2          109.1          26.3          60.2              5.9             69.4          250.5
         5.6          111.0          26.2          56.9              4.2             54.5          249.2
         5.3           98.6          23.8          54.4              5.9             59.3          237.8
         4.3           86.6          22.0          67.8              6.6             69.7          225.1
         3.0           81.3          28.0          63.0              7.0             57.3          214.0
         3.0           88.6          18.9          66.4              6.5             59.8          212.3
         3.4           92.6          19.5          71.2              6.4             63.5          217.4
         2.8           88.9          20.1          59.0              5.7             60.4          210.4
         2.3           92.6          18.5          56.4              5.8             53.4          218.2
         3.3           99.4          18.8          56.6              5.8             54.1          231.0
         3.0           96.9          21.4          58.9              5.9             58.0          234.3
         4.6           97.5          20.6          58.4              5.9             59.3          225.1
         3.6           88.8          18.1          57.4              5.1             57.0          221.8
         3.7           93.2          17.8          55.5              5.3             52.8          217.3
         3.5           94.2          18.5          56.4              5.3             53.8          220.7
         4.0          106.4          16.4          61.5              6.0             52.3          217.5
         3.6          105.4          17.2          62.4              5.1             59.1          222.5
         3.7          106.9          19.0          69.8              5.2             55.5          227.4
         4.3          113.2          19.3          61.7              5.1             55.7          220.3
         3.4          114.8          19.9          59.9              5.1             54.8          217.7
         3.6          113.6          19.8          58.0              4.6             52.7          223.0
         3.4          108.5          20.1          62.7              5.4             59.1          229.3
         3.3          116.0          16.8          55.6              5.0             60.5          224.1
         3.1          109.9          14.6          60.3              4.9             69.0          218.7
         2.9          109.5          15.8          60.0              3.6             68.5          213.6
         2.9          110.9          15.0          58.9              4.7             72.5          218.5
       163.9          109.5          14.7          53.7              4.6             69.1          213.8
       160.1          115.5          15.0          52.9              4.4             67.8          205.8
                                             British Columbia
Industrial Manufacturing   Forestry    Construction Transportation   Agriculture    Residential      Public
                                                                                                  Administration

     79.3           64.1         5.5            2.1           75.8            4.6          39.1              6.1
     81.5           65.6         5.7            2.3           90.5            4.2          39.2              5.2
     77.8           61.4         5.1            2.1           94.9            3.4          38.9              4.5
     73.2           57.9         4.2            1.7           89.1            3.3          35.7              5.3
     70.2           55.7         3.7            1.4           74.7            2.9          37.0              5.1
     74.0           61.5         2.1            1.6           65.2            5.3          33.5              4.8
     73.7           60.1         3.0            1.4           64.4            2.9          35.3              4.8
     73.8           60.6         3.3            1.5           65.0            2.6          37.8              5.1
     72.1           59.8         3.2            1.2           65.2            2.9          34.4              4.2
     75.9           63.5         3.3            1.0           71.5            3.3          32.9              4.1
     79.9           65.9         3.1            1.1           76.6            2.9          35.0              4.4
     78.1           65.2         2.0            1.4           80.7            2.8          36.8              3.8
     73.0           60.1         0.9            3.0           77.1            3.1          36.8              3.4
     68.4           56.7         0.7            2.6           78.7            3.4          35.9              3.2
     63.4           52.5         0.8            2.7           79.6            3.4          35.3              3.4
     65.0           53.3         0.8            2.8           77.9            3.5          37.4              3.1
     63.5           53.3         0.8            2.6           81.1            2.9          35.9              4.5
     66.0           56.1         0.8            2.1           83.3            2.6          35.5              4.7
     67.9           57.3         1.0            2.1           83.6            3.0          38.5              4.8
     63.8           54.1         1.0            1.6           84.0            3.4          35.3              4.4
     62.2           52.1         1.1            1.5           85.7            3.5          34.4              4.1
     65.5           56.3         1.1            1.4           85.9            3.6          36.1              3.5
     68.6           58.7         1.4            1.4           86.2            4.0          35.5              3.5
     65.8           56.1         1.9            1.3           84.4            4.4          34.6              3.4
     60.6           51.1         1.8            1.4           81.6            3.5          34.4              2.9
     61.1           52.2         1.7            1.6           81.8            3.3          32.8              2.9
     62.8           52.7         1.8            1.6           83.8            3.2          32.8              2.7
     62.5           52.7         1.7            1.7           78.7            2.6          34.0              2.8
     58.2           46.4         1.7            1.6           75.6            2.7          34.1              2.7
                                                                         Yukon
Commercial Energy use, Industrial Manufacturing Forestry    Construction  Transportation
 and Other     final demand
Institutional
          27.0            na   na            na        na             na              na
          29.8            na   na            na        na             na              na
          29.7            na   na            na        na             na              na
          31.2            na   na            na        na             na              na
          35.2            na   na            na        na             na              na
          31.2            na   na            na        na             na              na
          31.1            na   na            na        na             na              na
          33.0            na   na            na        na             na              na
          31.6            na   na            na        na             na              na
          30.5            na   na            na        na             na              na
          32.3            na   na            na        na             na              na
          32.1            na   na            na        na             na              na
          31.9            na   na            na        na             na              na
          32.2            na   na            na        na             na              na
          32.3            na   na            na        na             na              na
          33.7            na   na            na        na             na              na
          29.7            na   na            na        na             na              na
          30.4            na   na            na        na             na              na
          29.7            na   na            na        na             na              na
          29.4            na   na            na        na             na              na
          27.7            na   na            na        na             na              na
          28.5           200   14             2         2              2              79
          31.5           189   11             2         2              2              78
          31.4           197    9             1         1              2              90
          35.7           203   10             1         0              2              93
          31.6           214   10             1         0              2              82
          33.3           210   13             1         0              2              77
          33.3           193   11             0         0              2              72
          32.5           200   11             1         0              2              72
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    Agriculture   Residential      Public        Commercial      Energy use, Industrial Manufacturing
                                Administration    and Other     final demand
                                                 Institutional
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             na            na              na                na            na        na             na
             na            na              na                na            na        na             na
             na            na              na                na            na        na             na
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             na            na              na                na            na        na             na
             na            na              na                na            na        na             na
              6            32              15                54         391.3    139.3             7.8
              1            29              14                56         369.9    136.1             7.2
             10            26              15                47         464.2    173.7             8.7
             11            29              17                44         359.3    135.9             3.9
             12            33              21                56         345.1    115.2             1.5
             13            39              11                58         327.9     96.2             1.4
             10            31              10                60         383.4    174.2             1.6
             10            35              13                59         344.2    133.3             1.4
          Northwest Territories
Construction Transportation Agriculture Residential      Public        Commercial Energy use,
                                                      Administration    and Other     final demand
                                                                       Institutional
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
          na             na          na          na               na               na            na
         1.7           73.6         5.0        43.7             20.4            109.1            na
         1.0           74.9         3.1        49.4             20.4             89.2         136.4
         1.3           83.8        11.9        47.5             17.7            129.6         186.4
         1.3           67.1        11.4        46.7             12.3             85.8         170.9
         2.3           59.9         6.7        40.8             15.1            104.1         173.5
         1.9           69.3         1.4        41.0             15.5            105.3         179.4
         2.2           58.7         1.9        37.6              8.6            103.1          78.9
         1.7           55.9         1.2        34.5              9.6             99.0          72.9
                                           Nunavut
Industrial Manufacturing Construction   Transportation   Agriculture   Residential      Public
                                                                                     Administration

      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
      na              na           na               na            na            na               na
    54.0             2.9          0.6             35.3           1.4           8.9             10.7
   100.2             4.9          1.1             41.1           2.5          10.3              7.6
    99.7             2.6          0.7             36.5           1.5           9.2              6.0
    96.1             1.7          2.3             37.8           2.1           7.5              8.6
   101.0             1.5          0.9             38.2           0.9           7.2              8.7
     0.8             0.7          0.8             30.3           1.2           7.1              4.6
     1.3             0.6          0.7             31.8           0.9           6.9              3.2
Commercial
 and Other
Institutional
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
            na
          20.6
          24.7
          18.0
          26.3
          26.8
          34.1
          28.8
           Table NC-1c - Energy use, final demand (terajoules), by fuel type, Nova Scotia
             Year    Natural gas    Natural gas     Coal, coke &      Steam       Electricity
Contents                          liquids (NGL's) coke oven gas
                1978           0             1,780         17,155             na        21,772
                1979           0             1,775         18,345        17,471         22,313
                1980           0             2,041         15,838        18,882         23,137
                1981           0             2,092         12,483        13,312         22,454
                1982           0             1,970          7,272        16,785         21,824
                1983           0             1,965          5,408        12,024         22,352
                1984           0             2,354          6,323         8,521         24,722
                1985           0             2,979          4,588         5,459         24,854
                1986           0             2,113          6,929           162         25,535
                1987           0             2,745          6,736              0        27,620
                1988           0             2,734          2,369              0        29,220
                1989           0             2,898          1,368              0        30,537
                1990           0             3,061          1,833              0        32,387
                1991           0             3,128          1,786              0        32,314
                1992           0             3,223          1,464              0        33,178
                1993           0             1,641          1,650              0        33,299
                1994           0             1,349          1,495              0        33,687
                1995           0             2,051          1,710              0        33,855
                1996           0             2,547          1,701              0        34,206
                1997           0             3,471          1,411              0        34,699
                1998           0             2,706          1,577              0        36,118
                1999           0             2,776          1,657             94        37,709
                2000           0             3,032          1,870             87        38,347
                2001           0             3,048          1,116             88        38,999
                2002       3,148              3228               x        1,588         39,959
                2003       1,067              3328           1422         1,433         40,309
                2004       1,239              3067           1212         1,466         41,842
                2005       1,390             3,824          1,254         1,412         42,381
                2006       2,947              3963              na        1,260         36,787

           Source: Energy use values from 2002-2006 are from CANSIM Table 128-0009 (Statistics Canada, 2008) and energ
            Refined petroleum      Total
                 products
                      148,695      189,402
                      143,759      203,663
                      141,477      201,375
                      130,283      180,624
                      124,661      172,512
                      119,208      160,957
                      121,434      163,354
                      117,162      155,042
                      117,439      152,178
                      119,837      156,938
                      126,491      160,814
                      123,912      158,715
                      124,374      161,655
                      117,722      154,950
                      120,564      158,429
                      120,455      157,045
                      122,562      159,093
                      122,549      160,165
                      121,557      160,011
                      126,600      166,181
                      128,404      168,805
                      136,909      179,145
                      132,912      176,248
                      127,876      171,127
                      125,561      174,082
                      133,653      181,212
                      138,935      187,761
                      143,307      193,357
                      126,788      172,914

09 (Statistics Canada, 2008) and energy use values from 1978-2001 are from CANSIM Table 128-0002
           Table NC-1d - Primary energy production (terajoules), Canada, provinces and territories
Contents              Canada       Nfld.     P.E.I.      N.S.       N.B.      Que.      Ont.
                1978 7,993,487 158,561                   80,411     16,651 307,580 262,192
                1979 8,813,137 151,963                   67,434     20,383 318,623 310,650
                1980 8,567,904 160,653                   83,118     22,550 351,216 311,128
                1981 8,257,607 159,182                   78,591     29,335 370,605 322,950
                1982 8,336,746 155,147                   93,044     25,182 359,320 327,943
                1983 8,431,490 142,072                   91,067     44,820 397,266 344,476
                1984 9,373,678 161,183                   94,376     46,846 439,312 351,906
                1985 9,940,153 142,729                   85,326     44,208 492,756 371,243
                1986 9,753,277 140,958                   82,714     44,664 535,514 410,280
                1987 10,267,224 136,115                  83,563     41,212 566,446 400,279
                1988 11,195,852 143,007                 101,898     43,599 537,797 421,394
                1989 11,371,968 118,145                 103,595     41,601 518,045 424,053
                1990 11,495,369 124,875                 124,033     46,721 482,430 401,420
                1991 11,887,932 127,473                 144,230     43,847 512,856 435,826
                1992 12,196,167 125,631                 153,603     39,011 527,697 421,751
                1993 13,077,776 141,097                 107,241     80,225 557,478 461,671
                1994 13,913,267 135,384                 154,939     37,799 587,725 500,099
                1995 14,489,249 130,633                 122,511     22,530 620,841 481,195
                1996 14,800,295 127,051                 142,996     36,598 612,934 454,972
                1997 15,284,416 146,367                 110,662     25,620 593,606 416,697
                1998 15,368,738 339,090                 102,068     31,186 547,082 362,121
                1999 15,358,207 393,521                  61,588     33,610 599,991 380,970
                2000 15,768,364 489,559                 189,077     32,254 641,037 382,934
                2001 15,894,878 487,634                 255,864     28,328 608,898 384,170
                2002 16,170,951 828,592            70 249,448       26,321 630,873 387,584
                2003 16,170,924 934,217            72 216,797       32,494 626,566 373,273
                2004 16,553,741 880,384          125 198,005        28,737 617,892 432,638
                2005 16,489,884 849,698          144 200,963        34,573 641,720 423,610
                2006 16,796,025 855,274          130 180,814        32,030 639,379 445,423

           Source: Energy production values from 2002-2006 are from CANSIM Table 128-0009 (Statistics Canada, 2008) and
nd territories
                 Man.        Sask.        Alta.        B.C.     Yuk.     N.W.T.
                  84,179     516,534    5,486,687     818,744
                  96,063     489,321    6,164,515     919,991
                  90,441     509,124    5,906,932     819,030
                  85,332     442,167    5,647,588     875,561
                  96,211     472,947    5,675,670     846,295
                 107,232     529,978    5,727,439     836,642
                 106,972     624,121    6,112,579   1,130,942
                 112,342     699,202    6,655,307   1,265,762
                 117,654     693,271    6,486,454   1,151,965
                  99,819     731,963    6,852,520   1,262,561
                  85,185     820,736    7,577,351   1,359,451
                  94,037     845,884    7,637,638   1,482,031
                  97,185     941,824    7,705,465   1,486,548
                 106,913     929,496    7,900,958   1,593,656
                 120,910     955,133    8,351,253   1,400,000
                 121,649   1,027,281    8,927,903   1,554,489
                 127,081   1,165,991    9,441,763   1,665,653
                 129,636   1,230,985    9,866,812   1,787,821
                 136,277   1,209,244   10,079,360   1,905,808
                 145,114   1,394,614   10,350,863   2,013,355
                 135,595   1,387,166   10,513,519   1,865,573
                 124,052   1,346,395   10,472,136   1,855,511   20,814    69,616
                 137,820   1,436,463   10,443,561   1,911,290   19,042    85,333
                 143,645   1,467,549   10,343,798   2,051,697   16,041   107,239
                 129,219   1,452,192   10,243,641   2,112,970   12,703    97,339
                  97,711   1,456,539   10,331,632   2,005,278    9,123    87,219
                 123,007   1,509,385   10,540,092   2,139,094    6,777    77,600
                 162,649   1,481,665   10,458,394   2,165,263    7,378    63,824
                 170,038   1,496,709   10,866,103   2,047,823    6,070    56,229

-0009 (Statistics Canada, 2008) and energy use values from 1978-2001 are from CANSIM Table 128-0002
           Table NC-1e - Primary energy production per capita (gigajoules), Canada, provinces and territories
Contents               Canada      Nfld.     P.E.I.     N.S.        N.B.      Que.       Ont.
                1978         334       279          0        95          24        48         31
                1979         364       267          0        79          29        49         36
                1980         349       280          0        97          32        54         36
                1981         333       277          0        92          42        57         37
                1982         332       270          0       108          36        55         37
                1983         332       245          0       105          63        60         38
                1984         366       278          0       108          65        66         38
                1985         385       246          0        96          61        74         40
                1986         374       245          0        93          62        80         43
                1987         388       237          0        94          57        84         42
                1988         418       249          0       114          60        79         43
                1989         417       205          0       115          57        75         42
                1990         415       216          0       136          63        69         39
                1991         424       220          0       158          59        73         42
                1992         430       217          0       167          52        74         40
                1993         456       243          0       116        107         78         43
                1994         480       236          0       167          50        82         46
                1995         494       230          0       132          30        86         44
                1996         500       227          0       154          49        85         41
                1997         511       266          0       119          34        82         37
                1998         510       628          0       110          42        75         32
                1999         505       738          0        66          45        82         33
                2000         514       927          0       202          43        87         33
                2001         512       934          0       274          38        82         32
                2002         515     1,595          1       267          35        85         32
                2003         511     1,802          1       231          43        84         30
                2004         517     1,702          1       211          38        82         35
                2005         510     1,653          1       215          46        84         34
                2006         514     1,677          1       193          43        84         35

           Source: Energy production values from 2002-2006 are from CANSIM Table 128-0009 (Statistics Canada, 2008) and
provinces and territories
               Man.       Sask.      Alta.      B.C.       Yuk.     N.W.T.
                     81       543       2,714      313
                     93       510       2,939      345
                     87       526       2,694      299
                     82       453       2,462      310
                     92       479       2,397      295
                   101        529       2,396      288
                   100        615       2,557      384
                   104        682       2,770      426
                   108        674       2,668      383
                     91       709       2,814      414
                     77       798       3,087      436
                     85       830       3,061      463
                     88       935       3,025      452
                     96       927       3,047      472
                   109        951       3,172      404
                   109      1,020       3,347      436
                   113      1,155       3,496      453
                   115      1,214       3,608      473
                   120      1,187       3,632      492
                   128      1,370       3,657      510
                   119      1,363       3,626      468
                   109      1,327       3,546      463        676      1,712
                   120      1,425       3,475      473        626      2,107
                   125      1,467       3,384      503        532      2,627
                   112      1,458       3,287      513        422      2,346
                     84     1,464       3,268      483        298      2,065
                   105      1,517       3,285      509        219      1,812
                   139      1,497       3,188      508        238      1,494
                   144      1,516       3,224      474        194      1,326

-0009 (Statistics Canada, 2008) and energy use values from 1978-2001 are from CANSIM Table 128-0002
           Table NC-1f - Power generation fuel mix for Nova Scotia Power Inc.
Contents                 Coal      Oil     Hydro & Wind Natural Gas Purchases
                1993      66.4%    22.1%            9.2%       0.0%        2.3%
                1994      74.6%    12.6%          10.5%        0.0%        2.3%
                1995      72.9%    12.8%            9.1%       0.0%        5.2%
                1996      79.9%     6.2%          11.3%        0.0%        2.6%
                1997      80.0%     7.6%            9.1%       0.0%        3.3%
                1998      66.8%    22.4%            8.5%       0.0%        2.3%
                1999      70.5%    16.9%            8.9%       0.0%        3.7%
                2000      77.5%    11.8%            7.7%       0.4%        2.6%
                2001      76.0%     5.9%            5.9%       9.7%        2.5%
                2002      73.7%     2.4%            8.5%      13.1%        2.3%
                2003      74.8%    12.5%            8.8%       0.9%        3.0%
                2004      75.5%    13.5%            7.1%       0.8%        3.1%
                2005      73.0%    12.7%            8.5%       1.6%        4.2%
                2006      80.4%     3.8%            8.8%       3.4%        3.6%

           Source Emera Annual Financial Report 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2005, 2006)
           http://www.emera.com
05, 2005, 2006)
           Table NC-1f - On-site mercury (Hg) releases (kg) for Nova Scotia Power Inc.
Contents                Point Aconi    Lingan     Point Tupper     Trenton   Tufts Cove       Total
                1999                                                                                  267
                2000                3       173               37          54           0              267
                2001              1.2       118               14          52           0              185
                2002                1       104               15          43           0              163
                2003              2.5        83               24          49           0              159
                2004              2.1        87               24          56           0              169
                2005              2.1        55               13          35           0              105
                2006              2.5        86               23          49           0              161

           Source: Environment Canada National Pollutant Reporting Inventory (NPRI) On-Line Data Search
           http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/querysite/query_e.cfm
Data Search
           Table NC-1h - On-site sulphur dioxide (SO2) releases (tonnes) for Nova Scotia Power Inc.
Contents              Point Aconi    Lingan     Point Tupper      Trenton     Tufts Cove    Total
                2002         3,661      76,034          12,712       37,365          1,905    131,677
                2003         4,000      63,800          17,900       38,700        12,900     137,300
                2004         3,392      56,756          15,502       45,701        14,670     136,021
                2005         4,540      40,805           6,998       37,809        13,580     103,732
                2006         4,445      46,330          15,576       36,675          3,590    106,616

           Source: Environment Canada National Pollutant Reporting Inventory (NPRI) On-Line Data Search
           http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/querysite/query_e.cfm
           Table NC-1i - Mercury (Hg) releases (kg) from stationary energy sources, Canada, provinces, 2006
Contents                Mercury Releases (kg)
            Canada                         4954
             Nfld.                            45
             P.E.I.                          5.5
             N.S.                           177
             N.B.                           164
             Que.                           607
             Ont.                           955
             Man.                           947
             Sask.                          811
             Alta.                          970
             B.C.                           273

           Source: Environment Canada National Pollutant Reporting Inventory (NPRI) On-Line Data Search
           http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/querysite/query_e.cfm
da, provinces, 2006




Data Search
           Table NC-1j - Per capita mercury (Hg) releases (kg) from stationary energy sources, Canada, provinces, 200
Contents                 Mercury Releases (kg)
            Canada                           0.15
             Nfld.                           0.09
             P.E.I.                          0.04
             N.S.                            0.19
             N.B.                            0.22
             Que.                            0.08
             Ont.                            0.08
             Man.                            0.80
             Sask.                           0.82
             Alta.                           0.29
             B.C.                            0.06

           Source: Environment Canada National Pollutant Reporting Inventory (NPRI) On-Line Data Search
           http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/querysite/query_e.cfm
es, Canada, provinces, 2006
           Table NC-2a - Criteria Air Contaminant (CAC) emissions (tonnes), Canada, provinces and territories
Contents                                      Canada                                     Newfoundland and Labrado
                         TPM          SOx      NOx        VOC         CO        TPM       SOx
                2002   1,293,223 2,062,409 2,457,357 2,542,366 14,043,924        27,361    53,837
                2005     731,251 2,107,004 2,380,488 1,948,538 9,438,059         23,752    55,631
                2006     750,352 1,970,643 2,300,490 1,901,702 9,227,573         21,146    40,986

           Source: Environment Canada National Pollutant Reporting Inventory (NPRI) On-Line Data Search
           http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/querysite/query_e.cfm
           Environment Canada Criteria Air Contaminants (CAC) Emission Summaries
           http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/cac/cac_home_e.cfm
ovinces and territories
   Newfoundland and Labrador                           Prince Edward Island                          Nova Scot
               NOx      VOC        CO       TPM      SOx       NOx       VOC       CO       TPM
                29,745   33,193   215,741    4,382    2,176     7,073      8,723   66,867   31,299
                54,367   65,404   165,362    3,284    2,026     6,591      7,984   60,401   28,410
                53,442   54,741   161,807    1,919    2,029     6,249      6,316   53,309   26,850

ne Data Search
      Nova Scotia                                      New Brunwick
SOx      NOx        VOC      CO        TPM       SOx       NOx      VOC        CO
152,461   67,436    45,869   292,645    41,320   120,370    67,147   54,528   342,134
140,354   88,343    46,245   259,155    32,024    96,297    64,420   53,306   300,635
138,898   81,184    42,336   239,127    23,480    62,589    57,295   45,160   259,193
                    Quebec                                             Ontario
TPM       SOx        NOx       VOC        CO       TPM       SOx        NOx       VOC
321,556   229,917    322,478   517,207 3,511,178   268,819   602,970    597,473   594,403
152,547   212,057    292,318   323,691 2,167,073   199,964   515,102    513,209   455,725
161,085   200,414    279,584   327,117 2,177,416   191,361   463,903    480,029   434,853
                                Manitoba                                       Saskatchewan
   CO       TPM       SOx         NOx      VOC        CO       TPM       SOx       NOx
3,156,399    59,035   203,219     87,313    98,746   675,276   192,486   123,171   214,469
2,474,686    30,824   397,229     78,561    70,334   402,327    53,394   130,756   184,662
2,445,229    31,341   391,825     74,290    72,586   389,173    54,830   130,871   175,491
Saskatchewan                                           Alberta                                       British Columbia
               VOC        CO       TPM       SOx        NOx       VOC        CO       TPM       SOx
               303,411 1,463,540   189,645   501,738    780,419   632,649 2,569,976   126,034    71,716
               198,338   582,902   100,815   458,533    804,480   509,472 1,628,597   111,871    97,041
               282,682   562,950   103,175   431,826    811,191   417,508 1,575,601   133,007   105,212
British Columbia                                      Yukon                                 Northwest Terr
       NOx       VOC       CO       TPM      SOx       NOx      VOC      CO       TPM
      262,126   221,220 1,516,460    5,350      270     3,090    7,193   52,997    22,213
      277,767   212,812 1,356,703      490      143     1,390    2,019   14,490     1,046
      265,223   211,710 1,322,430      502    1,022     1,414    2,011   14,092     1,112
  Northwest Territories                                   Nunavut
SOx      NOx         VOC        CO       TPM      SOx      NOx       VOC      CO
   391    14,621      23,799   172,459    6,282     174      3,969    1,289    8,278
   937     9,696       3,127    18,717      568     182      4,833    1,641    8,465
   905    10,520       3,156    18,828      545     163      4,577    1,526    8,418
           Table NC-2b - Total and per capita total particulate matter (TPM) emissions, Nova Scotia, Canada
Contents                      Nova Scotia                    Canada
                           kt         kg/capita          kt       kg/capita
                1970             75             96         2,028           95
                1972             73             91         1,916           86
                1974             91            111         2,075           91
                1976             71             85         1,868           80
                1978             66             78         1,887           79
                1980             77             91         1,873           76
                1985             72             82         1,709           66
                1990             49             53         1,280           46
                1995             38             41           968           33
                2002             31             33         1,293           41
                2005             28             30           731           23
                2006             27             29           750           23

           Source: GPIAtlantic Ambient Air Quality Accounts for the Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index
           Environment Canada Criteria Air Contaminants (CAC) Emission Summaries
           http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/cac/cac_home_e.cfm
s, Nova Scotia, Canada




Progress Index
           Table NC-2c - Total and per capita sulphur oxide (SOx) emissions, Nova Scotia, Canada
Contents                     Nova Scotia                 Canada
                           kt          kg/capita      kt      kg/capita
                1970             119           152     6,678        314
                1972             175           218     6,377        287
                1974             176           215     5,883        258
                1976             222           265     5,322        227
                1978             187           222     4,514        188
                1980             192           225     4,612        188
                1985             170           192     3,687        143
                1990             179           197     3,296        119
                1995             167           180     2,653          90
                2000             150           159     2,802          91
                2002             152           163     2,062          66
                2005             140           150     2,107          65
                2006             139           149     1,971          60

           Source: GPIAtlantic Ambient Air Quality Accounts for the Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index
           Environment Canada Criteria Air Contaminants (CAC) Emission Summaries
           http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/cac/cac_home_e.cfm
           Table NC-2d - Total and per capita nitrous oxide (NOx) emissions, Nova Scotia, Canada
Contents                 Nova Scotia              Canada
                         kt      kg/capita     kt      kg/capita
                1970         50          64     1,329          62
                1972         70          87     1,469          66
                1974         76          93     1,558          68
                1976         89        107      1,580          67
                1978         85        101      1,685          70
                1980         76          89     1,716          70
                1985         78          88     1,959          76
                1990         73          81     2,062          74
                1995         73          79     2,247          77
                2000         67          71     2,080          68
                2002         67          72     2,457          78
                2005         88          94     2,380          74
                2006         81          87     2,300          70

           Source: GPIAtlantic Ambient Air Quality Accounts for the Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index
           Environment Canada Criteria Air Contaminants (CAC) Emission Summaries
           http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/cac/cac_home_e.cfm
cotia, Canada




Progress Index
           Table NC-2e - Total and per capita volatile orgranic compound (VOC) emissions, Nova Scotia, Canada
Contents                  Nova Scotia             Canada
                         kt      kg/capita     kt       kg/capita
                1970         99        114      1,876           88
                1972         76          88     2,073           93
                1974         74          83     2,021           89
                1976         72          78     1,922           82
                1978         79          77     1,995           83
                1980         67          64     1,838           75
                1985         74          76     2,316           90
                1990         70          74     2,579           93
                1995         79          87     2,638           90
                2000         63          68     2,682           87
                2002         46          49     2,452           78
                2005         46          49     1,949           60
                2006         42          45     1,902           58

           Source: GPIAtlantic Ambient Air Quality Accounts for the Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index
           Environment Canada Criteria Air Contaminants (CAC) Emission Summaries
           http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/cac/cac_home_e.cfm
ssions, Nova Scotia, Canada




Progress Index
           Table NC-2f - Total and per capita carbon monoxide (CO) emissions, Nova Scotia, Canada
Contents                  Nova Scotia              Canada
                          kt     kg/capita      kt     kg/capita
                1970         549       702     11,584        544
                1972         380       474     12,447        560
                1974         759       927     12,313        540
                1976         332       398     11,933        509
                1978         316       374     12,153        507
                1980         356       417     10,256        418
                1985         298       337     10,780        417
                1990         323       355       9,922       358
                1995         315       340     10,025        342
                2002         293       314     14,043        448
                2005         259       277       9,438       292
                2006         239       256       9,228       283

           Source: GPIAtlantic Ambient Air Quality Accounts for the Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index
           Environment Canada Criteria Air Contaminants (CAC) Emission Summaries
           http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/cac/cac_home_e.cfm
a Scotia, Canada




Progress Index
           Table NC-2g - Per capita criteria air contaminant (CAC) emissions (kg) for selected OECD countries, 2005
Contents         Country         CO          SOx       NOx      VOCs
           Nova Scotia              276          135        77       46
           Canada                   290           64        74       60
           Australia                200          124        78       38
           Poland                    87           33        21       15
           Hungary                   58           13        20       18
           United States            273           45        57       49
           Czech Republic            50           21        27       21
           New Zealand              152           20        40       41
           Finland                   97           13        34       26
           Korea                     17            9        29       17
           Norway                    97            5        43       48
           Mexico                    68           26        14       16
           Germany                   49            7        18       15
           France                    93            8        20       24
           United Kingdom            40           12        27       16
           Belgium                   65           14        26       10
           Switzerland               47            2        12       14
           North America            224           41        48       42
           OECD - Eur                62           16        22       18
           European Union            62           12        23       20
           OECD                     119           26        32       27

           Source: OECD Environmental Data Compendium 2006/2007
           http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/60/59/38106368.pdf
d OECD countries, 2005
           Table NC-1h - Ambient concentrations of sulphur dioxide (SO2) (ppb) in Nova Scotia from Nova Scotia Powe
                     Water St. Bedford Albro Lake New Waterford Dominion          Port Aconi   Mill Creek
Contents                                                 Lake                     Lighthouse
                1974
                1975
                1976
                1977
                1978
                1979
                1980
                1981
                1982
                1983
                1984
                1985
                1986
                1987
                1988
                1989
                1990
                1991                   6           9
                1992                 3.0        11.0
                1993                 5.0         8.0
                1994                 2.0         4.0
                1995                 3.0         3.0
                1996       7.9       1.3         2.5             2.1       0.6             0.8         0.1
                1997       9.4       1.8         3.2             1.0       0.4             0.7         0.0
                1998      10.0       3.0         4.0             1.4       0.0             1.0         0.0
                1999       6.5       1.9         3.1             1.0       0.2             0.4         0.2
                2000       6.8       1.5         2.4             0.5       0.0             0.2         0.0
                2001       7.8       1.8         2.3             1.0       0.0             0.3         0.2
                2002       5.5       0.6         1.6             0.7       0.1             0.0         0.1
                2003       6.0       1.0         2.0             1.0       3.0             1.0         1.0
                2004       6.0       2.0         4.0             1.0       3.0             1.0         1.0
                2005       8.0       3.0         4.0             1.0       2.0             0.0         1.0
                2006       5.0       1.0         2.0             1.0       1.0             0.0         0.0

           Source: GPIAtlantic Ambient Air Quality Accounts for the Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index
           Allison Fitzpatrick, NSPI - personal communication Feb 26, 2008
a from Nova Scotia Power monitoring stations
            Black Rock   Millville   Trenton      Hillside    Abercrombie   Lourdes    Frasers      Landrie Lake
                                      Airport                                          Mountain
                                                                                                             18
                                                                                                              5
                                                                                                             12
                                                                                                             15
                                                                                                             16
                                                                                                             12
                                                                                                              6
                                                                                                              9
                                                                                                              6
                                                                                                              9
                                                                                                              8
                                                                                                              7




                    0.6                     2.8         5.5           0.7        2.3          2.2            2.3
                    0.7                     3.9         3.4           0.9        2.3          3.3            1.9
                    1.0                     1.0         4.0           1.0        2.0          1.0            2.6
                    0.7                     1.8         4.6           0.7        2.2          2.6            2.8
                    1.0         2.4         1.3         4.8           0.7        2.1          2.3            2.7
                    1.3         3.3         2.2         4.9           1.0        2.3          3.8            2.5
                    1.0         2.2         2.6         4.3           0.7        2.1          3.5            2.5
                    1.0         1.0         2.0         5.0           1.0        2.0          3.0            4.0
                    0.0         2.0         4.0         5.0           4.0        2.0          5.0            3.0
                    1.0         3.0         3.0         5.0           4.0        2.0          4.0            3.0
                    0.0         1.0         1.0         2.0           3.0        2.0          3.0            3.0
Lakeside




     1.0
     1.0
     1.0
     1.0
           Table NC-2i - Ambient concentrations of carbon monoxide (CO) (ppm), Nova Scotia and Canada
Contents             Halifax (Downtown) CFB Shearwater     Canada     Sydney
                1977                 1.6               0.1
                1978                 1.5               0.2
                1979                 1.8                         1.6
                1980                 2.1                         1.5
                1981                 3.3                         1.5
                1982                   2                         1.3
                1983                   2                         1.2
                1984                 1.6                            1
                1985                 2.4                            1
                1986                                             0.9
                1987                 0.7                         0.9
                1988                 0.8                         0.9
                1989                   1                         0.9
                1990                 1.7                         0.8
                1991                   1                         0.8
                1992                 0.8                         0.7
                1993                 0.7                         0.7
                1994                 0.6                         0.6
                1995                 0.6                         0.6
                1996                 0.5                         0.6
                1997
                1998                 0.8
                1999
                2000                 0.5
                2001                 0.6
                2002                 0.5
                2003                 0.7
                2004                 0.4
                2005
                2006                   0                                   0.3

           Source: GPIAtlantic Ambient Air Quality Accounts for the Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index
           Environment Canada NAPS Data Summary 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
           http://www.etc-cte.ec.gc.ca/publications/napsreports_e.html
tia and Canada
           Table NC-2j - Ambient concentrations of sulphur dioxide (SO2) (ppb), Nova Scotia and Canada
Contents             Halifax(Downtown) MSVU        Imperial Oil Ltd. NS Hospital NS ResearchFoundation
                1974
                1975                46          8
                1976                34          9
                1977                25         13                 29         42                     32
                1978                27          8                 32         35                     36
                1979                35         10                 43         52                     57
                1980                50         12                 43         53                     49
                1981                38          8                 73         77                     63
                1982                29         17
                1983                28         12
                1984                32          7                 23         12                     22
                1985                27          6
                1986                 7          5
                1987                11
                1988                14
                1989                15
                1990                17
                1991                11
                1992                13
                1993                13
                1994                12
                1995                11
                1996                11
                1997
                1998                13
                1999
                2000                 6
                2001                12
                2002                13
                2003                 8
                2004                 7
                2005                 6
                2006                 6


           Source: GPIAtlantic Ambient Air Quality Accounts for the Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index
           Environment Canada NAPS Data Summary 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
           http://www.etc-cte.ec.gc.ca/publications/napsreports_e.html
CFB Shearwater County Jail Whitney Pier FireStation Sydney Airport Post Office Canso Canal
                       50                         31                        11           8
            19         47                         30                         6           3
             4          5                         43                         8           2
            16          7                         30                         7           3
            18         10                         31             1          13           5
            18         15                         30             1           8           4
            26         16                         34             2           9           3
            13         14                         28                         7           4
            22         18                         52                         5           3
            18         17                                                    6           6
            19         28                         26             1           1           2
            21         10                         17                         1           4
            14          5                         15
             7          2
             9          1                                                    4
            11          2                                                    4

             8                                                             6
            10           5                                                 4
             8           5                                                 5
             8           5                                                 6
             8           5


              6
                         2
                         2
                         2
                         6
                         4
                         2                                                 2

                                                                           2
Eddy Point Point Tupper Canada
         0
         1
        10
         8           28
         8           20
         2           32      10
         5            8        9
         6           10        8
         2           19        8
         2           28        6
         4           39        7
         5           17        6
                     19        6
                      9        5
                               6
                     19        6
                     13        6
                               5
                     11        5
                      8        5
                     14        5
                     13        4
                               5
           Table NC-2k - Ambient concentrations of nitrogen dioxide (NO 2) (ppb), Nova Scotia and Canada
Contents             Halifax(Downtown) CFBShearwater Mobile Trailer(Dominion) Point AconiLighthouse
                1976                 21               7
                1977                 42              10
                1978                 61              11
                1979                 61               7
                1980                 69               9
                1981                 73               6
                1982                                 14
                1983                                 16
                1984                 73               7
                1985                 46              12
                1986                                  9
                1987                 19
                1988                 20               6
                1989                 17               7
                1990                 19
                1991                 22
                1992                 21
                1993                 21               8
                1994                 18
                1995                 19
                1996                 18                                                             0.7
                1997                                                                                1.5
                1998                 21                                                               1
                1999                 18                                                             0.5
                2000                 18                                       2.6                   1.3
                2001               16.9                                       2.8                   1.8
                2002                                                          2.2                   0.8
                2003                                                            2                     1
                2004                                                            3                     2
                2005                                                            2                     1
                2006                 16                                         2                     1

           Source: GPIAtlantic Ambient Air Quality Accounts for the Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index
           Environment Canada NAPS Data Summary 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
           http://www.etc-cte.ec.gc.ca/publications/napsreports_e.html
           Allison Fitzpatrick, NSPI - personal communication Feb 26, 2008
a and Canada
           Mill Creek Black Rock Millville   Canada        Sable Island   Hillside



                                                      25
                                                      25
                                                      23
                                                      23
                                                      22
                                                      23
                                                      21
                                                      22
                                                      23
                                                      21
                                                      22
                                                      21
                                                      20
                                                      18
                                                      18
                                                      18
                                                      17
                   1.2         0.8     1.1            17
                   1.3         0.9     1.3
                                         1
                                       1.1
                                       1.1
                                       1.4
                                       2.2
                                         2                                           5
                                         2                            1              5
                                         2                                           5
                                         1                            0              4
           Table NC-2l - Ambient concentrations of ground level ozone (ppb), Nova Scotia and Canada
Contents             Halifax (Downtown) CFB Shearwater Oakes Road, Fall River
                1976                                   53
                1977                  37               55
                1978                                   54
                1979                                   48
                1980                  25               28
                1981                  16               36
                1982                  19               30
                1983                  39               28
                1984                  24               35
                1985                  24               42
                1986                                   21                      26
                1987                                                           30
                1988                  17                                       23
                1989                  18               27
                1990
                1991                                   26
                1992
                1993                  15               26
                1994                  19               24
                1995                  16               24
                1996                  17
                1997
                1998                  23               27
                1999
                2000
                2001                  21
                2002                  23
                2003                  22
                2004                  17
                2005                  13
                2006                  21

           Source: GPIAtlantic Ambient Air Quality Accounts for the Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index
           Environment Canada NAPS Data Summary 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
           http://www.etc-cte.ec.gc.ca/publications/napsreports_e.html
ppb), Nova Scotia and Canada
            Kejimkujik National Park    Aylesford Mountain, King‘s County    Dayton, Yarmouth   Canada County Jail



                                                                                                     16
                                                                                                     16
                                                                                                     15
                                                                                                     16
                                                                                                     17
                                                                                                     17
                                                                                                     17
                                   26                                                                17
                                   29                                                                17
                                   28                                                                19
                                                                                                     19
                                                                                                     17
                                                                                                     20
                                   29                                                                18
                                   28                                                                20
                                   29                                                      32        21
                                   28                                                                21
                                   28                                                      30        21
                                   30
                                   31                                   36
                                   31                                                      30
                                   30                                                      28
                                   35                                   40
                                   32                                   39                 28                   26
                                   32                                   37                 29                   22
                                   31                                   35                 27                   23
                                   32                                   33                 27
                                   31                                   35                 27

otia Genuine Progress Index
Pictou    Kentville   Sable Island   Sydney




     28          26
     24          24            30
                 23            27         24
                 20            31         27
           Table NC-2m - Ambient mean concentration of PM 2.5 (μg/m3), dichotomous samplers, Nova Scotia and Cana
Contents              Halifax Kejimkujik Canada
                1985         17                16
                1986         14                15
                1987         14                16
                1988         13                14
                1989         15                15
                1990         12                13
                1991                           11
                1992         14                14
                1993         10                12
                1994          9                11
                1995          8                 9
                1996          6                 9
                1997
                1998
                1999                   4
                2000                   4
                2001                   5
                2002                   3
                2003
                2004          4        5
                2005
                2006

           Source: GPIAtlantic Ambient Air Quality Accounts for the Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index
           Environment Canada NAPS Data Summary 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
           http://www.etc-cte.ec.gc.ca/publications/napsreports_e.html
s samplers, Nova Scotia and Canada




Progress Index
           Table NC-2n - Ambient mean concentration of PM 10 (μg/m3), dichotomous samplers, Nova Scotia and Canad
Contents              Halifax   Sydney Kejimkujik Canada
                1985         30        8                   29
                1986         26      10                    29
                1987         25      11                    32
                1988         27      10                    27
                1989         27        7                   28
                1990                   6                   28
                1991                   6                   22
                1992         24        7                   27
                1993         17        5         9         22
                1994         14        6       11          20
                1995         13        8         6         19
                1996         11        5         8         17
                1997                   8
                1998                 10
                1999                             7
                2000                             7
                2001                             8
                2002                             6
                2003
                2004
                2005
                2006

           Source: GPIAtlantic Ambient Air Quality Accounts for the Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index
           Environment Canada NAPS Data Summary 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
           http://www.etc-cte.ec.gc.ca/publications/napsreports_e.html
samplers, Nova Scotia and Canada




Progress Index
           Table NC-2o - Number of times per year ambient ground-level ozone concentrationsexceeded the NAAQO 1
Contents             Halifax (Downtown) CFB Shearwater Oakes Road, Fall River
                1984                   16               0
                1985                    5              27
                1986                   35              35                    168
                1987                    1            172                     366
                1988                   69               0                    164
                1989                   16            180                      12
                1990                  7.5            202
                1991                   16            166
                1992                    2              68
                1993                   15              64
                1994                   55            101
                1995                   17            119
                1996                   24
                1997
                1998                 147             161
                1999
                2000                 115
                2001                   74
                2002                   73
                2003                   33
                2004                    4
                2005                    0
                2006                   55

           Source: GPIAtlantic Ambient Air Quality Accounts for the Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index
           Environment Canada NAPS Data Summary 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
           http://www.etc-cte.ec.gc.ca/publications/napsreports_e.html
l ozone concentrationsexceeded the NAAQO 1-hour MDC, Nova Scotia
             Kejimkujik National Park Aylesford Mountain, King‘s County    Dayton, Yarmouth   Pictou    Kentville

                                 208
                                 121
                                 170
                                 315
                                  13
                                  19

                                 263
                                 156                                 177
                                 179                                 122                413
                                 113                                 252                264
                                 159                                                    318
                                 251                                                    177
                                 316                                 519
                                 199                                                    280
                                 179                                 237                157
                                 741
                                 274                                 833                142        76          72
                                 383                                 591                225        84         119
                                 256                                 369                 88        61          64
                                 227                                 246                 83        22
                                 218                                 414                139       157           3

otia Genuine Progress Index
County Jail Sable Island   Sydney    Dartmouth




         5
         9           43
         2           45
                     17         12
                    112         35          9
           Table NC-2o - Number of times per year ambient ground-level ozone concentrationsexceeded the NAAQO 1
Contents             Halifax (Downtown) CFB Shearwater Oakes Road, Fall River
                1980                                   26
                1981                                    0
                1982                                    9
                1983                                    0
                1984                   1                0
                1985                   0                0
                1986                   0                3                      3
                1987                   0                3                     16
                1988                   0                0                      7
                1989                   0                0                      0
                1990                   0                3
                1991                   0                5
                1992                   0                6
                1993                   0                2
                1994                   2                3
                1995                   0                2
                1996                   0
                1997
                1998                   0                0
                1999
                2000                   3
                2001                   0
                2002                   1
                2003                   0
                2004                   0
                2005                   0
                2006                   0

           Source: GPIAtlantic Ambient Air Quality Accounts for the Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index
           Environment Canada NAPS Data Summary 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
           http://www.etc-cte.ec.gc.ca/publications/napsreports_e.html
l ozone concentrationsexceeded the NAAQO 1-hour MAC, Nova Scotia
             Kejimkujik National Park Aylesford Mountain, King‘s County    Dayton, Yarmouth   Pictou   Kentville




                                   1
                                   1
                                   5
                                  61
                                   0
                                   0

                                  10
                                   6                                                      6
                                   0                                   8                  0
                                   0                                  34                 23
                                   0                                   6
                                   0                                   3
                                  21                                                     26
                                   7                                                      8
                                   0                                   2                  0
                                  65                                  70
                                  17                                  35                  4        1           2
                                   4                                   9                  3        0           0
                                   0                                   0                  7        0           0
                                   4                                   1                  0        0           0
                                   0                                   0                  0        0           0

otia Genuine Progress Index
County Jail Sable Island   Sydney




         0
         0             0
         0             0
                       0            0
                       0            0
         Table NC-3a - Provincial area (hectares) by forest and non forest categories by ownership, Nova Scotia
            Category      Crown       Other     SubTotal Private       Large    SubTotal   Small
                                    Provincial                       Industrial           Managed
Contents                               Dept
         Softwood          578,494 128,819 707,314           62,660 409,916 472,576 164,983
         Mixedwood         218,132      47,911 266,043       34,616 157,017 191,633         87,958
         Hardwood          123,061      26,431 149,493       17,668     69,347     87,015   41,511
         Other             104,183      11,882 116,065       27,903 125,368 153,271         61,511
         Total Forest    1,023,871 215,044 1,238,914 142,847 761,648 904,495 355,963

         Non Forest          193,089     57,228    250,317      14,520      53,838        68,357    48,908

         Water
         Road Corridor
         Rail Corridor
         Grand Total       1,216,959    272,272 1,489,231      157,366    815,486     972,853      404,871


          Note: Area of water includes all inland waters
              Area of road corridors includes right of ways for paved roads only
              Area of railway corridors includes active lines and those abandoned lines
              which are not crown lands- see report 5
              Cover Type Classifications based on Basal Area

          Year of Photography : 1988-2002 Satellite Updates 1997-2003
ownership, Nova Scotia
            Federal    Other     Total
             Lands     Lands

             53,354 740,845 2,139,072
             28,013 463,988 1,037,635
             11,310 194,600 483,929
             21,810 261,702 614,360
            114,488 1,661,135 4,274,996

              39,785   545,229   952,596

                                253,683
                                 44,173
                                  1,910
            154,273 2,206,365 5,527,357




                                  Jun-06
           Table NC-3b - Provincial area (hectares) by cover type, maturity class and ownership, Nova Scotia
                Category      Crown       Other     SubTotal Private       Large    SubTotal   Small
                                        Provincial                       Industrial          Managed
Contents                                   Dept
           Softwood
           Regeneration         15,891          89    15,980      2,503     14,862    17,365    12,210
           Young               114,932      7,682 122,614         7,850     79,924    87,774    33,510
           Immature             44,083      4,286     48,370      3,210     29,420    32,631    10,803
           Pole                264,470     67,810 332,280       34,965 194,399 229,364          73,144
           Mature               14,277      6,483     20,761      1,203     13,116    14,320     3,412
           Over Mature           2,974      1,576      4,551        226        863     1,089       540
           All Aged            121,866     40,892 162,759       12,702      77,331    90,034    31,365
           Total               578,494 128,819 707,314          62,660 409,916 472,576 164,983

           Mixedwood
           Regeneration           256          0        256       131      1,302     1,433        417
           Young               19,411      2,283     21,694     2,332     17,888    20,220      8,850
           Immature            12,024      1,135     13,159     1,552      8,848    10,400      4,746
           Pole               107,240     22,663    129,903    18,863     81,349   100,212     46,524
           Mature              27,448      7,655     35,103     3,035     15,105    18,141      7,319
           Over Mature          8,568      4,447     13,015       865      3,455     4,320      1,688
           All Aged            43,186      9,727     52,912     7,838     29,069    36,907     18,414
           Total              218,132     47,911    266,043    34,616    157,017   191,633     87,958

           Hardwood
           Regeneration           482          5        487        95      1,058     1,154        377
           Young                2,000         69      2,069       527      2,054     2,582      1,086
           Immature             5,187        453      5,640       724      3,776     4,500      1,578
           Pole                86,771     19,358    106,128    13,806     53,614    67,420     31,695
           Mature              17,854      3,761     21,615     1,017      5,177     6,194      3,384
           Over Mature          5,225      1,684      6,910       323        881     1,205        819
           All Aged             5,542      1,102      6,643     1,174      2,786     3,960      2,572
           Total              123,061     26,431    149,493    17,668     69,347    87,015     41,511

           Other
           Regeneration       104,183     11,882    116,065    27,903    125,368   153,271     61,511
           Young                    0          0          0         0          0         0          0
           Immature                 0          0          0         0          0         0          0
           Pole                     0          0          0         0          0         0          0
           Mature                   0          0          0         0          0         0          0
           Over Mature              0          0          0         0          0         0          0
           All Aged                 0          0          0         0          0         0          0
           Total              104,183     11,882    116,065    27,903    125,368   153,271     61,511

           Total
           Regeneration       120,812     11,976    132,788    30,632    142,590   173,223     74,515
           Young              136,344     10,034    146,378    10,709     99,867   110,576     43,445
           Immature            61,294      5,875     67,169     5,487     42,045    47,532     17,127
           Pole               458,480    109,832    568,311    67,633    329,362   396,996    151,363
           Mature              59,579     17,900     77,478     5,256     33,398    38,655     14,115
           Over Mature         16,768      7,708     24,476     1,415      5,199     6,614      3,047
           All Aged           170,593     51,721    222,314    21,714    109,187   130,901     52,350
Grand Total       1,023,871    215,044 1,238,914       142,847   761,648   904,495   355,963


Note: Cover Type Classifications based on Basal Area

Year of Photography : 1988-2002 Satellite Updates 1997-2003                                    Jun 2006
ship, Nova Scotia
             Federal    Other     Total
              Lands     Lands


                   56    17,748    63,359
                8,905    80,835 333,638
                4,935    48,861 145,600
               23,076   377,881 1,035,744
                3,093    21,711    63,296
                  280     3,454     9,913
               13,009   190,355 487,521
               53,354   740,845 2,139,072


                   29     1,172     3,306
                1,779    38,753    91,296
                1,127    26,571    56,003
               13,831   237,213 527,683
                4,477    38,590 103,630
                1,306     9,446    29,775
                5,464   112,244 225,941
               28,013   463,988 1,037,635


                   13       775     2,806
                   45     5,979    11,760
                  531     9,791    22,041
                7,713   136,094   349,050
                1,440    19,116    51,749
                  584     4,633    14,151
                  984    18,213    32,372
               11,310   194,600   483,929


               21,810   261,702   614,360
                    0         0         0
                    0         0         0
                    0         0         0
                    0         0         0
                    0         0         0
                    0         0         0
               21,810   261,702   614,360


               21,908   281,396 683,830
               10,729   125,567 436,695
                6,593    85,223 223,644
               44,620   751,188 1,912,478
                9,011    79,417 218,676
                2,169    17,533    53,839
               19,457   320,811 745,834
 114,488 1,661,135 4,274,996




Jun 2006
           Table NC-3c - Provincial area (hectares) by cover type, age class and ownership, Nova Scotia
                 Category       Crown       Other     SubTotal Private       Large    SubTotal  Small
                                          Provincial                       Industrial          Managed
Contents                                    Dept
           Softwood
           Up to 20 Years        104,925      3,317 108,242         9,348     80,885    90,234   42,125
           21 to 40 Years        103,526     13,030 116,557         9,615     72,917    82,532   26,355
           41 to 60 Years        179,686     40,788 220,473        22,143 116,386 138,528        50,035
           61 to 80 Years         57,710     25,111     82,821      7,990     50,308    58,299   13,694
           81 to 100 Years          7,902     3,746     11,648        760      9,168     9,927    1,259
           101 + Years              3,176     1,983      5,159        145      3,179     3,324      210
           All Aged              121,570     40,844 162,414        12,660     77,072    89,732   31,304
           Total                 578,494 128,819 707,314           62,660 409,916 472,576 164,983

           Mixedwood
           Up to 20 Years        13,305        996    14,302      2,184    16,065     18,249     7,486
           21 to 40 Years        27,206      3,448    30,654      3,819    20,231     24,051    11,251
           41 to 60 Years        83,957     17,959   101,916     14,910    63,214     78,124    37,289
           61 to 80 Years        46,185     13,467    59,652      5,388    26,448     31,836    12,554
           81 to 100 Years        3,840      1,773     5,613        462     1,853      2,315       892
           101 + Years              546        548     1,094         41       234        276       131
           All Aged              43,092      9,720    52,811      7,813    28,971     36,783    18,354
           Total                218,132     47,911   266,043     34,616   157,017    191,633    87,958

           Hardwood
           Up to 20 Years         1,977         42     2,019        489     2,858      3,348     1,287
           21 to 40 Years        17,965      2,836    20,801      2,401     8,933     11,334     6,108
           41 to 60 Years        63,084     14,271    77,355     10,393    42,609     53,002    23,007
           61 to 80 Years        31,471      6,732    38,203      2,910    11,309     14,219     7,733
           81 to 100 Years        2,697      1,143     3,840        273       749      1,022       692
           101 + Years              366        304       670         27       113        141       118
           All Aged               5,502      1,102     6,604      1,174     2,776      3,950     2,565
           Total                123,061     26,431   149,493     17,668    69,347     87,015    41,511

           Other
           Up to 20 Years       104,183     11,882   116,065     27,903   125,368    153,271    61,511
           21 to 40 Years             0          0         0          0         0          0         0
           41 to 60 Years             0          0         0          0         0          0         0
           61 to 80 Years             0          0         0          0         0          0         0
           81 to 100 Years            0          0         0          0         0          0         0
           101 + Years                0          0         0          0         0          0         0
           All Aged                   0          0         0          0         0          0         0
           Total                104,183     11,882   116,065     27,903   125,368    153,271    61,511

           Total
           Up to 20 Years       224,391     16,237   240,628     39,925   225,177    265,102   112,410
           21 to 40 Years       148,698     19,315   168,012     15,835   102,081    117,916    43,714
           41 to 60 Years       326,727     73,018   399,745     47,445   222,209    269,654   110,332
           61 to 80 Years       135,366     45,310   180,676     16,287    88,066    104,353    33,981
           81 to 100 Years       14,438      6,662    21,101      1,495    11,770     13,265     2,844
           101 + Years            4,088      2,836     6,924        213     3,527      3,740       460
           All Aged             170,164     51,666   221,829     21,647   108,819    130,466    52,223
Grand Total         1,023,871   215,044 1,238,914     142,847   761,648   904,495   355,963

* Cover Type Classifications based on Basal Area
Year of Photography : 1988-2002 Satellite Updates 1997-2003                                   Jun 2006
Federal    Other     Total
 Lands     Lands


   4,025    81,220 325,846
  11,122   120,727 357,292
  15,521   267,662 692,219
   7,369    73,589 235,771
   1,586     6,278    30,698
     727     1,615    11,036
  13,004   189,755 486,209
  53,354   740,845 2,139,072


     817    31,752    72,606
   2,524    55,977 124,457
  11,375   196,757 425,461
   7,111    62,718 173,870
     639     4,274    13,734
      84       626     2,211
   5,464   111,883 225,296
  28,013   463,988 1,037,635


      34     5,751    12,439
   1,524    26,762    66,529
   5,310   104,592   263,265
   2,935    36,023    99,113
     390     2,737     8,681
     134       600     1,663
     984    18,136    32,239
  11,310   194,600   483,929


  21,810   261,702   614,360
       0         0         0
       0         0         0
       0         0         0
       0         0         0
       0         0         0
       0         0         0
  21,810   261,702   614,360


  26,687   380,425 1,025,251
  15,169   203,466 548,278
  32,205   569,010 1,380,945
  17,415   172,330 508,754
   2,615    13,289    53,113
     945     2,842    14,910
  19,452   319,774 743,744
  114,488 1,661,135 4,274,996


Jun 2006
           Table NC-3d - Provincial volume (thousands gross merchantable cubic meters) by species and ownership,
                Category       Crown      Other    SubTotal Private     Large    SubTotal   Small
                                        Provincial                    Industrial           Managed
Contents                                  Dept
           Softwoods
           Balsam Fir             9,518      1,876   11,395    1,516      6,849     8,365     3,588
           Eastern Hemlock          386        111      497      223      1,230     1,454       507
           Larch                  1,746        643    2,388      147        635       782       482
           Pine
           Jack                     235          1      235         2         83       84        40
           Red                      334         49      383       19          83      102        15
           Scots                      2          0        2         1          1        2         0
           White                  4,806      2,545    7,351      365      5,563     5,928       843
           Spruce
           Black                  4,755      2,469    7,224      207      2,378     2,585       461
           Red                    1,934        492    2,426      460      4,112     4,572     1,192
           Red & Black          20,888       3,661   24,549    3,952     18,815    22,768     6,459
           White                  1,153        198    1,351      306        584       890     1,779
           Norway                     2          0        2         1          1        2         0
           Other Softwood         8,222      2,346   10,568    1,313      7,808     9,121     2,781
           Total Softwood       53,982     14,390    68,372    8,512     48,143    56,656    18,146

           Hardwoods
           Ash                      16          1         17          3           21      24       17
           Aspen                   916         56        973        215          687     902      737
           Beech                    51         11         63         15           81      95       45
           Birch
           Grey                     24          1         25          3         15         17       17
           White                   271         71        342         44        297        341      112
           Yellow                   84         10         94         29        114        142       58
           Elm                       0          0          0          0          0          0        1
           Intolerant           10,587      2,428     13,015      1,511      7,111      8,622    3,718
           Maple
           Red                   3,213        980      4,193        358     1,968       2,326      878
           Sugar                   140         12        152         50       323         374      203
           Red Oak                 484        131        615         37       198         235       56
           Tolerant              8,392      2,263     10,655      1,571     5,789       7,360    3,145
           Other Hardwood        2,427        589      3,017        481     2,246       2,728      978
           Total Hardwood       26,695      6,555     33,250      4,346    18,878      23,224   10,018

           Grand Total          80,677     20,945    101,622     12,858    67,022      79,879   28,164

           Intolerant - consists of Red Maple and White Birch
           Tolerant - combinations of Sugar Maple, Yellow Birch, Beech and Oak

           Year of Photography : 1988-2002 Satellite Updates 1997-2003
y species and ownership, Nova Scotia
             Federal    Other     Total
              Lands     Lands


                 674     16,903    40,925
                 211      2,451     5,119
                  66      2,793     6,511

                    0        85       445
                   36       151       686
                    0         7        11
                1,613     5,192    20,926

                  807     3,878    14,956
                   98     6,248    14,536
                1,080    32,649    87,505
                  273    11,698    15,991
                    0         1         5
                1,350    14,283    38,103
                6,207    96,340   245,721


                   2        178       239
                  81      4,998     7,691
                  12        337       552

                    0       109       169
                    7     1,042     1,844
                    7       311       613
                    0         5         5
                1,631    18,731    45,716

                  148     5,589    13,134
                    9       671     1,408
                   70       441     1,418
                  841    12,231    34,233
                  373     4,958    12,054
                3,186    49,805   119,482

                9,393   146,145   365,203
           Table NC-3e - Provincial volume (thousands gross merchantable cubic meters) by cover type and ownershi
              Category     Crown       Other    SubTotal Private    Large    SubTotal    Small
                                     Provincial                   Industrial           Managed
Contents                               Dept
           Softwood
           Softwood          42,430     11,611    54,042    6,415    38,709    45,124     13,329
           Hardwood           2,925        894     3,820      521     3,257     3,779      1,128
           Total             45,356     12,505    57,861    6,936    41,966    48,902     14,456

           Mixedwood
           Softwood          10,196      2,514    12,710      1,918       8,683   10,601    4,393
           Hardwood          10,958      2,597    13,555      1,930       8,200   10,130    4,547
           Total             21,154      5,112    26,265      3,848      16,883   20,731    8,940

           Hardwood
           Softwood           1,257        276     1,533        186         717      903      441
           Hardwood          12,736      3,064    15,799      1,866       7,401    9,267    4,295
           Total             13,993      3,340    17,332      2,052       8,118   10,170    4,736

           All
           Softwood          53,883     14,402    68,284      8,519      48,109   56,628   18,163
           Hardwood          26,619      6,555    33,174      4,317      18,858   23,176    9,970
           Total             80,502     20,957   101,459     12,836      66,967   79,803   28,133


           Note: Cover Type Classifications based on Basal Area

           Year of Photography : 1988-2002 Satellite Updates 1997-2003
s) by cover type and ownership, Nova Scotia
              Federal   Other      Total
               Lands    Lands


                4,466    70,260   187,220
                  432     6,180    15,337
                4,897    76,440   202,557


                1,598    23,661    52,962
                1,609    23,878    53,719
                3,206    47,539   106,681


                  146     2,241      5,263
                1,141    19,539     50,041
                1,287    21,780     55,305


                6,209    96,162   245,445
                3,181    49,597   119,098
                9,390   145,759   364,543
           Table NC-3f - Provincial area (hectares) by cover type, age class and basal area class (m 2/ha), Nova Scotia
Contents    Cover Type/Basal Area Up to 10       11-20     21-30      31-40      41-50      51-60
           Softwood
           Up to 20 Years             141,562 122,108       53,777       7,821       544           0
           21 to 40 Years              15,746     88,881 156,859        90,756     5,010           8
           41 to 60 Years              13,973     85,757 262,639 315,252          14,335         34
           61 to 80 Years               4,752     27,372    78,911 116,908         7,725         77
           81 to 100 Years                595      3,598      9,532     15,504     1,414         34
           101 + Years                    340      1,651      4,087      4,434       491         31
           All Aged                     9,309     92,549 247,778 135,279           1,215           0
           Total                      186,278 421,917 813,583 685,954             30,735        184

           Mixedwood
           Up to 20 Years             39,117     31,125      2,235        124          4          0
           21 to 40 Years             11,311     55,892     51,948      5,175        131          0
           41 to 60 Years              8,991     66,270    304,412     45,152        545          0
           61 to 80 Years              3,682     27,001    122,095     20,795        273          8
           81 to 100 Years               211        498      1,142        358          3          0
           101 + Years
           All Aged                    5,107     52,253    152,227     15,673          9          0
           Total                      68,843    235,449    642,822     89,349      1,027          8

           Hardwood
           Up to 20 Years              9,119      2,542        649        127          2          0
           21 to 40 Years              5,778     24,569     34,222      1,884         76          0
           41 to 60 Years             12,862     49,232    190,164     10,544        428          0
           61 to 80 Years              3,533     14,603     74,045      6,547        384          0
           81 to 100 Years               266      1,152      6,520        732         11          0
           101 + Years                    52        235      1,107        269          0          0
           All Aged                    1,456     11,634     17,187      1,936         26          0
           Total                      33,065    103,967    323,894     22,040        927          0

           Other
           Up to 20 Years            613,710        228          0          0          0          0
           21 to 40 Years                 98          0          0          0          0          0
           41 to 60 Years                 20          0          0          0          0          0
           61 to 80 Years                  3          0          0          0          0          0
           81 to 100 Years                 0          0          0          0          0          0
           101 + Years                     0          0          0          0          0          0
           All Aged                        0          0          0          0          0          0
           Total                     613,830        228          0          0          0          0

           Total
           Up to 20 Years            803,508    156,003     56,662      8,073        549          0
           21 to 40 Years             32,933    169,341    243,029     97,816      5,217          8
           41 to 60 Years             35,845    201,259    757,215    370,948     15,308         34
           61 to 80 Years             11,970     68,976    275,051    144,250      8,382         85
           81 to 100 Years             1,286      7,160     24,816     18,307      1,488         34
           101 + Years                   602      2,384      6,336      5,062        495         31
           All Aged                   15,872    156,437    417,192    152,888      1,250          0

           Total                     902,016    761,561 1,780,299     797,343     32,689        192
Year of Photography : 1988-2002 Satellite Updates 1997-2003   Jun 2006
area class (m 2/ha), Nova Scotia
                 61+       Total

                      0 325,813
                      0 357,260
                     10 692,000
                     12 235,757
                     22    30,698
                      0    11,036
                      0 486,131
                     44 2,138,695


                      0    72,605
                      0   124,456
                      0   425,370
                      5   173,859
                      0    13,734
                            2,211
                      0 225,269
                      5 1,037,504


                      0    12,439
                      0    66,528
                      6   263,236
                      0    99,112
                      0     8,681
                      0     1,663
                      0    32,239
                      6   483,899


                      0   613,938
                      0        98
                      0        20
                      0         3
                      0         0
                      0         0
                      0         0
                      0   614,059


                      0 1,024,795
                      0 548,342
                     17 1,380,626
                     17 508,731
                     22    53,113
                      0    14,910
                      0 743,639

                     56 4,274,156
Jun 2006
           Table NC-3g - Provincial area (hectares) by cover type, age class and volume class (m 3/ha), Nova Scotia
Contents    Cover Type/Age Class       Less than 40      41-80      81-120    121-160    161+
           Softwood
           Up to 20 Years                     323,548      1,997         171        23         7
           21 to 40 Years                     173,528     94,121     58,275     23,006     8,329
           41 to 60 Years                      57,188 105,446 150,325 197,737 181,379
           61 to 80 Years                        8,434    22,896     31,654     52,262 120,508
           81 to 100 Years                         836     2,195       2,996     4,497    20,173
           101 + Years                             373     1,097       1,372     1,870     6,324
           All Aged                            31,742 121,783 135,149 126,160             71,331
           Total                              595,648 349,535 379,941 405,556 408,052

           Mixedwood
           Up to 20 Years                      71,678       915         11          0         0
           21 to 40 Years                      59,534    34,634     19,291      9,800     1,197
           41 to 60 Years                      16,776    56,450    137,949    157,217    57,028
           61 to 80 Years                       4,261    17,636     37,006     64,824    50,141
           81 to 100 Years                        368     1,614      2,560      3,432     5,761
           101 + Years                            162       291        421        365       972
           All Aged                            10,814    44,251     83,548     68,566    18,115
           Total                              163,593   155,792    280,787    304,202   133,214

           Hardwood
           Up to 20 Years                      12,364        76          0          0          0
           21 to 40 Years                      16,779    14,641     21,962     11,899      1,247
           41 to 60 Years                      10,340    30,404     86,583    105,644     30,292
           61 to 80 Years                       1,740     6,834     21,366     40,686     28,485
           81 to 100 Years                        105       464      1,062      3,355      3,695
           101 + Years                             23       118        221        284      1,017
           All Aged                             2,452     7,251     13,316      7,314      1,907
           Total                               43,802    59,787    144,509    169,182     66,642

           Other
           Up to 20 Years                     611,742      2,192        12          8          0
           21 to 40 Years                          95          3         0          0          0
           41 to 60 Years                          20          0         0          0          0
           61 to 80 Years                           0          3         0          0          0
           81 to 100 Years                          0          0         0          0          0
           101 + Years                              0          0         0          0          0
           All Aged                                 0          0         0          0          0
           Total                              611,857      2,198        12          8          0

           Total
           Up to 20 Years                   1,019,331     5,181        193         31         7
           21 to 40 Years                     249,936   143,398     99,528     44,705    10,773
           41 to 60 Years                      84,323   192,300    374,857    460,598   268,699
           61 to 80 Years                      14,435    47,369     90,026    157,772   199,134
           81 to 100 Years                      1,309     4,273      6,619     11,284    29,629
           101 + Years                            557     1,506      2,014      2,518     8,314
           All Aged                            45,007   173,285    232,012    202,040    91,352

           Total                            1,414,899   567,313    805,249    878,948   607,908
Year of Photography : 1988-2002 Satellite Updates 1997-2003   Jun 2006
me class (m 3/ha), Nova Scotia
               Total

              325,746
              357,258
              692,075
              235,755
               30,698
               11,036
              486,165
            2,138,732


               72,605
              124,455
              425,420
              173,869
               13,734
                2,211
              225,293
            1,037,587


               12,439
               66,528
              263,262
               99,111
                8,681
                1,663
               32,239
              483,924


              613,954
                   98
                   20
                    3
                    0
                    0
                    0
              614,074


            1,024,743
              548,340
            1,380,776
              508,737
               53,113
               14,910
              743,697

            4,274,317
           Table NC-3h - Provincial forest area by age class, percentage of total forest area, Nova Scotia
Contents        Year        Up to 20 yrs     21-40 yrs     41-60 yrs   61-80 yrs 81-100 yrs 101+ yrs
                     1958                            6.3         34.5        34.3          16.4       8.7
                  1965-71              5.6          12.7         40.1        32.6             7       0.9
                  1970-78              3.8          11.9         35.1        32.7           7.5       1.1
                  1975-82              6.2            13         34.9        28.2           8.3       1.9
                  1976-85             10.6            16         36.4        25.1             5       0.7
                  1979-89               12            20         40.3        22.1           3.4       0.6
              1999 update             16.3          15.3         36.3        11.5           1.0       0.2
                1997-2003             23.9          12.8         32.3        11.9           1.2       0.3

           Sources: The Forest Resources of Nova Scotia (1958); Nova Scotia Forest Inventory Provincial Summary
           1965-1971, 1970-1978, 1975-1982, 1976-1985, 1979-1989; DNR GIS 1995 Inventory Data (September
           1999 update); DNR GIS Unpublished Inventory Data (1997-2003).
           Notes:
           • Figures may not add up to 100 due to rounding.
           • The age classes cited in the 1958 inventory were reported differently than in the subsequent
           inventories. Instead of 20-year intervals, such as 21-40, 41-60 etc, they were classified in 10-year
           intervals—30, 40, 50, etc. In 1958, age class 30 (26-35 years) roughly corresponds with the 21-40
           age class category used in subsequent inventories; age classes 40 and 50 (36-55 years) roughly
           correspond with the 41-60 age class; age classes 60 and 70 (56-75 years) roughly correspond with
           the 61-80 age class; age classes 80 and 90 (76-95 years) roughly correspond with the 81-100 age
           class; age classes 100, 110, 120, and 126+ (96 + years) roughly correspond to the 101 + age class.
           In addition, it should be noted that in 1958, there was no mention of an age class between 0-20
           years or of an all aged category, and these cells have therefore been left blank in the Figure above.
           The ―all-aged‖ category is defined by the NSDNR as those stands with three or more distinct
           canopy layers visible on a photograph. For inventory purposes, the ―all height‖ stands, which here
           are called ―all-aged‖ are given an average height in order to calculate volume. According to Ken
           Snow, Manager of Forest Inventory at the NSDNR, ―the average height of the All-height (All-
           Age) softwood stands are comparable to the average height of the softwood forest (11
           metres) indicating that all height stands are not just young stands. In fact a stand must have a
           layer at least 9 metres tall (based on merchantable stems) to be classed as an All-height stand. A
           softwood stand at an average height of 9 metres on an average site (LC 5), would have an age of
           approx 35 years, 11 metres--43 years.‖13 The reasons for the sharp increase in this category in
           recent years are unclear. Ken Snow says that ―all aged‖ stands could result from high-grading,
           partial blow-down, or insect and disease kill of certain species. (Personal communication,
           November 26, 2007).
 Nova Scotia
               All aged

                      1.1
                      7.9
                      7.5
                      6.2
                      1.2
                     19.6
                     17.3

 rovincial Summary
Data (September
           Table NC-3i - Provincial forest area by age class based on Permanent Sample Plots, percentage of total fore
Contents     Year     Up to 20 yrs. 21 to 40 yrs. 41 to 60 yrs. 61 to 80 yrs. 81 to 100 yrs. 101 + yrs.
           1994-1998           11.8           11.1         30.2         26.6           14.1         5.5
           1999-2003           18.4           15.3         32.5            22            8.4        3.4

           Sources: Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources. 2000. Nova Scotia Forest Inventory Based on
           Forest Inventory Permanent Sample Plots Measured Between 1994 and 1998. Report FOR 2000-1.
           NSDNR. Truro. Table 3.; Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources. 2004. Nova Scotia Forest
           Inventory Based on Permanent Sample Plots Measured Between 1999 and 2003. Report FOR 2004-3.
           NSDNR. Truro. Table 3.
Plots, percentage of total forest area, Nova Scotia
             unevenaged
                      0.7
                        0

nventory Based on
 rt FOR 2000-1.
a Scotia Forest
eport FOR 2004-3.
           Table NC-3j - Harvest methods by area (hectares), Nova Scotia
Contents     Year        Clearcut   Commercial Thinning Selection Total Area Harvested
                1975         27,260                                             27,260
                1976         26,285                                             26,285
                1977         28,335                                             28,335
                1978         32,120                                             32,120
                1979         33,703                                             33,703
                1980         35,000                                             36,439
                1981         35,000                                             36,429
                1982         35,000                                             35,710
                1983         20,100                                             20,745
                1984         29,900                                             30,604
                1985         28,800                                             29,778
                1986         33,200                                             34,121
                1987         41,050                                             42,266
                1988         40,600                                             41,421
                1989         35,869                                             36,733
                1990         39,310                                             39,898
                1991         37,566                                             38,169
                1992         33,932                                             34,820
                1993         42,780                                             43,568
                1994         47,646                                             49,084
                1995         49,087                                             49,968
                1996         58,366                                             59,053
                1997         68,718                                             69,761
                1998         53,615                                             54,203
                1999         47,949                                             49,680
                2000         52,874                1,050        509             54,433
                2001         52,113                  861        252             53,226
                2002         50,294                  999        364             51,657
                2003         48,874                3,554        476             52,858
                2004         55,547                2,823      1,134             59,504
                2005         50,864                2,624        838             54,326


           Source: National Forestry Database. Table 6.1. Silvicultural Statistics by Province/Territory, 1975-2006.
           Available from http://nfdp.ccfm.org/compendium/silviculture/tables_index_e.php. Note: Data for 2006
           were identical to 2005 and were not included because they were based on an estimate.
erritory, 1975-2006.
te: Data for 2006
           Table NC-3k - Known forest-dependent species (flora and fauna) in Nova Scotia classified, federally and/or
Contents         Vulnerable/Special Concern                Threatened
           Eastern White Cedar (2006)           Common Nighthawk (2007)
           Bicknell's Thrush (2002)
           Rusty Blackbird (2006)
           Wood Turtle (2000)
           Gaspe Shrew (2002)




           Sources: Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources. 2006. NS Endangered Species Act:
           Legally Listed Species as of 2006. Available from
           http://www.gov.ns.ca/natr/wildlife/biodiv/specieslist.htm. Accessed October 12, 2007; COSEWIC. 2007.
           Schedule 1. List of Wildlife Species at Risk. Available from COSEWIC web site:
           http://www.sararegistry.gc.ca/species/default_e.cfm Accessed October 12, 2007.

           Notes:
           • Only those Species at Risk categories with listed Nova Scotia species are included in the Table
           above. Under the Nova Scotia Endangered Species Act there are 5 categories of risk: Vulnerable,
           Threatened, Endangered, Extirpated, and Extinct.
           • The criteria for forest dependence include whether particular species require forests for food,
           shelter, breeding, or other critical aspects of their life cycles.
           • Atlantic Salmon populations are affected by acid rain, climate change, over-fishing,
           sedimentation, and loss of forest canopy cover. Sandy stream bottoms are also essential for salmon
           spawning to be successful. Water temperature is another critical factor that influences the growth
           rate of salmon. When stream temperatures increase, salmon are adversely affected. Salmon like
           cool, well-oxygenated shaded streams that are relatively free of sediment. When a nearby forest is
           cut down or a steam-side forest canopy is removed, the salmon habitat changes dramatically: The
           water gets warmer during the day, the oxygen concentration decreases, and the stream beds
           become plugged with sediment. For these reasons, Atlantic Salmon are considered a forestdependent
           species. Atlantic Whitefish are also threatened by acid rain, pollution, over-fishing, and
           deforestation.
           • ** Eastern Cougar are not listed at all in the Nova Scotia Species at Risk, and therefore are not
           legally protected in the province. As noted above, however, they are listed by COSEWIC as
           candidates for detailed status assessment in the future. As is apparent in Table 2 below, Eastern
           Cougar are also not listed as being either red, yellow, or blue in the Nova Scotia General Status of
           Wild Species classifications. However, according to biologist Bob Bancroft, Eastern Cougar are a
           contentious subject, with some scientists maintaining that they do still inhabit parts of Nova
           Scotia, while others argue that they do not. Bancroft himself believes that Eastern Cougar still
           roam the province, and should be listed as endangered as their numbers would be very small
           indeed. If they are no longer found here, then they should be listed as extirpated. In either case,
           based on the precautionary principle—which would certainly make a case for their protection if
           they still exist in Nova Scotia, it seems that they should certainly be listed. Therefore, Eastern
           Cougar have been included in both the ―endangered‖ and ―extirpated‖ columns of Table 1 above,
           pending agreement on which of those two categories is most appropriate.
           • In 2003, the Southern Flying Squirrel was designated by COSEWIC as a species of ―special
           concern.‖ However, in 2006, COSEWIC re-assessed the Southern Flying Squirrel as ―not at risk.‖
           However, Amanda Lavers, whose 2004 thesis was about the Southern Flying Squirrel, concluded
that we currently do not know enough about this species to determine that it is not at risk.
 una) in Nova Scotia classified, federally and/or provincially, as vulnerable, threatened, endangered or extirpated, 2007
                                    Endangered                                Extirpated
             Ram‘s Head Lady Slipper (2007)                            Grey Wolf
             Moose (Mainland population) (2003)                        Woodland Caribou
             Boreal Felt Lichen (2007)                                 Eastern Cougar**
             Canada Lynx (2002)
             American Marten
             (Cape Breton population) (2001)
             Blandings Turtle (NS population) (2000)
             Atlantic Salmon (Inner Bay of Fundy population) (2001)
             Atlantic Whitefish (2002)
             Chimney Swift (2007)
             Eastern Cougar**

NS Endangered Species Act:

d October 12, 2007; COSEWIC. 2007.
EWIC web site:
ctober 12, 2007.


pecies are included in the Table
e 5 categories of risk: Vulnerable,

 ecies require forests for food,

 hange, over-fishing,
  ttoms are also essential for salmon
  factor that influences the growth
   adversely affected. Salmon like
  ediment. When a nearby forest is
habitat changes dramatically: The
  eases, and the stream beds
mon are considered a forestdependent
 tion, over-fishing, and

es at Risk, and therefore are not
 are listed by COSEWIC as
parent in Table 2 below, Eastern
he Nova Scotia General Status of
b Bancroft, Eastern Cougar are a
o still inhabit parts of Nova
eves that Eastern Cougar still
numbers would be very small
ed as extirpated. In either case,
 e a case for their protection if
be listed. Therefore, Eastern
ated‖ columns of Table 1 above,

WIC as a species of ―special
rn Flying Squirrel as ―not at risk.‖
uthern Flying Squirrel, concluded
mine that it is not at risk.
r extirpated, 2007
           Table NC-3l - Yellow, red, and blue listed forest-dependent species not protected under legislation, Nova Sc
Contents              Yellow-Listed                    Red-Listed                  Blue-Listed
           FLORA:                           FLORA:                       FLORA:
           Vascular plants:                 Vascular plants:             Vascular plants:
           Highly forest-dependent          Highly forest-dependent      Highly forestdependent
           Smoother Sweet-Cicely            Northern White Cedar         Great Laurel
           Common Alexanders                Blunt-Fruited Sweet Cicely   Canada Violet
           Lindley‘s Aster                  Black Snake-Root             Moderately forestdependent
           White Snakeroot                  Pussytoes                    Swamp Beggar-Ticks
           Boreal American-Aster            Blue Cohosh                  Northern Dewberry
           Pale Jewel-Weed                  Northern Wild Comfrey
           Squashberry                      Large Toothwort
           Black Ash                        Coffee Tinker‘s-Weed
           Halberd-Leaf Tearthumb           Large Tick-Trefoil
           Lesser Wintergreen               Green Ash
           Wood Anemone                     Squaw-Root
           Alderleaf Buckthorn              Purple Clematis
           Boreal Bedstraw                  Round-Leaved Liverleaf
           Northern Comandra                Bristly Crowfoot
           Heart-Leaved Foam Flower         Nantucket Shadbush
           Wood Nettle                      Eastern Leatherwood
           Pubescent Sedge                  Foxtail Sedge
           Yellow Canada Lily               Chestnut-Coloured Sedge
           Giant Rattlesnake-Plantain       Slender Wood-Sedge
           Dwarf Rattlesnake-Plantain       Loose-Flowered Sedge
           Large Round-Leaved Orchid        Necklace Spike Sedge
           Northern Holly-Fern              Plantain-Leaved Sedge
           Meadow Horsetail                 Tuckerman Sedge
           Lance-Leaf Grape Fern            Wiegand‘s Sedge
           Least Grape-Fern                 Narrow-Leaved Wild Leek
           False Mermaid-Weed               Small White Leek
           Large Yellow Lady‘s-Slipper      Long-Bract Green Orchis
           Small Yellow Lady‘s-Slipper      Showy Lady‘s Slipper
                                            Downy Rattlesnake-Plantain
           Moderately forest-dependent      Southern Twayblade
           Hemlock Parsely                  White Adder‘s-Mouth
           Philadelphia Fleabane            Broad-Glumed Brome
           Hairy Wild Lettuce               Stout Wood Reed-Grass
           Cut-Leaved Coneflower            Wiegand‘s Wild Rye
           Coast Pepper-Bush                Bottlebrush Grass
           Dwarf Huckleberry                Nodding Fescue
           Spurred Gentian                  Northern Maidenhair-Fern
           Canada Anemone
           River Anemone                    Moderately forest-dependent
           Marsh Marigold                   Nuttall‘s Small-Reedgrass
           A Hawthorn                       Northern Bedstraw
           Common Buttonbush                Large Marsh Bestraw
           Bog Bedstraw                     Umbellate Bastard Toad-Flax
           Thyme-Leaved Speedwell           Cloud Sedge
           Hair-Like Sedge                  Porcupine Sedge
           Ebony Sedge                      Greenish-White Sedge
           Swan Sedge                       Sparse-Flowered Sedge
Slender Sedge               Tinged Sedge
Southern Rein Orchid        Slender Dichanthelium
Canada Mountain-Ricegrass   Fragile Rockbrake
Slender Wedge Grass         Northern Woodsia
Maidenhair Spleenwort       Bebb‘s Sedge
Green Spleenwort            Lichens:
Netted Chainfern            Erioderma pedicellatum
Fragrant Fern               Fuscopannaria ahlneri
Smooth Woodsia              Leptogium milligranum
Adder‘s Tongue              Leptogium subtile
Short-Awn Foxtail           Leptogium tenuissimum
Wavy-leaf American-Aster    Meolleropsis nebulosa ssp.
Purple-Stem Swamp Beggar-   frullaniae
Ticks                       Pannaria lurida
Purple-Leaf Willow-Herb     Sticta limbata
Lichens:                    Erioderma mollissimum
Degelia plumbea
Collema nigrescens          FAUNA:
Sticta fuliginosa           Butterflies:
Fuscopannaria leucosticta   Early Hairstreak
Leptogium corticola         Bog Elfin
Leptogium laceroides        Jutta Arctic
Leptogium saturninum        Dragonflies:
Pannaria conoplea           Taiga Bluet
Pannaria rubiginosa         Ebony Boghaunter (1)
Peltigera leucophlebia      Williamson‘s Emerald (3)
Coccocarpia palmicola       Ringed Emerald
                            Rusty Snaketail (2)
FAUNA:                      Twinhorned Snaketail (3)
Butterflies: none           Brook Snaketail (3)
                            Skillet Clubtail (2)
Dragonflies:
Little Bluet                Fish:
Seaside Dragonlet           Striped Bass
Clamptipped Emerald (3)     Atlantic Sturgeon
Muskeg Emerald
Prince Baskettail (2)
Harlequin Darner (1)
Zorro Clubtail (3)
Harpoon Clubtail (3)

Fish:
Brook Trout
Lake Trout
Gaspereau

Birds:
Olive-Sided Flycatcher
Grey Jay
Boreal Chickadee
Northern Goshawk
Canada Warbler
Rusty Blackbird
Common Loon

Mammals:
Fisher
Eastern Pipistrelle
Northern Long-Eared Bat
Little Brown Bat
Southern Flying Squirrel


Sources: Forest-dependence of all yellow-listed, red-listed, and blue-listed flora and fauna was provided by
the following experts. Vascular plants: Sean Blaney, Botantist and Assistant Director, Atlantic Canada
Conservation Data Centre; Lichens: Stephen Clayden, Research Curator, Botany and Mycology Section,
New Brunswick Museum. Dragonflies: Paul Brunelle, Research Associate, New Brunswick Museum and
Regional Coordinator for Atlantic Dragonfly Inventory Program. Fish: John Gilhen, Curator Emeritus, NS
Museum of Natural History. Birds, butterflies and mammals: Mark Elderkin, Provincial Species at Risk
Biologist, Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources.
Notes:
Not included in the above Table are those species protected under legislation.

Vascular plants: The vascular plant species listed above are either highly forest-dependent or moderately
forest-dependent, with the former including those most often found under a forest canopy in Nova Scotia
and the latter including those that are fairly frequently found under a forest canopy, including forest edge
species.
Lichens: These mostly occur on the bark of trees, and all are highly forest-dependent. Some lichens occur
mainly on rock and soil, often in the shade of overhanging trees, or along shady brooks and rivers.
Dragonflies: In addition to the list of red- and yellow-listed species provided above, there are also 19
species of dragonflies that are listed as ―undetermined,‖ whose status cannot currently be assessed due to a
lack of data. Among this group, the Zebra Clubtail is considered highly dependent on riparian forest cover.
As well, an additional six species are listed as ―undetermined‖ as a result of taxonomic (classification)
issues. All dragonfly species are dependent on forest cover to some degree. In its absence they are
vulnerable to predators, and some species rely on breaks in forest canopy to find sun-lit patches that are
preferred mating territory. In addition, where timber cutting has been extensive, the aquatic habitat of
dragonflies can be negatively impacted. This tends to be more significant to the running waters (lotic)
species. In Table 2 above, the numbers beside the dragonfly species indicate the significance of forest cover
where (1) indicates a species which requires forests for mating territory; (2) indicates a lotic species whose
aquatic habitat characteristics are somewhat dependent on riparian forest cover; and (3) indicates a lotic
species whose aquatic habitat characteristics are highly dependent on riparian forest cover. Absence of a
number indicates that the species is vulnerable only in the sense that all Odonata (dragonflies) are
vulnerable without cover
Fish: Forests ―dictate‖ water temperature and water levels, and are overall ―very important for most fish
species to thrive,‖ says John Gilhen, Curator Emeritus at the Museum of Natural History. Pearl Dace and
Brook Stickleback are also ―yellow-listed‖ species, but are not included in the Table above because,
according to Gilhen, they are ―not necessarily‖ forest-dependent, thrive in boggy areas, and can withstand
much higher temperatures than most fish.
Mammals: Despite the fact that the Southern Flying Squirrel was deemed ―not at risk‖ by COSEWIC in
2006, it remains in the General Status of Wild Species in Nova Scotia classification as ―yellow-listed,‖ or
sensitive to human activities or natural events.
d under legislation, Nova Scotia, 2007
una was provided by
Atlantic Canada
Mycology Section,
wick Museum and
ator Emeritus, NS
Species at Risk




ndent or moderately
opy in Nova Scotia
 luding forest edge

 Some lichens occur

 re are also 19
y be assessed due to a
 iparian forest cover.
c (classification)
 ence they are
 lit patches that are
 uatic habitat of
ng waters (lotic)
 ificance of forest cover
a lotic species whose
(3) indicates a lotic
cover. Absence of a
 gonflies) are

 tant for most fish
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 by COSEWIC in
  ―yellow-listed,‖ or
           Table NC-3m - Protected areas, Nova Scotia, 2007
Contents                  Type of Protected Area               Total (ha)
           34 Wilderness Areas                                   294,951
           16 Nature Reserves1                                      4,123
           2 National Parks and 5 National Wildlife Areas        137,379
           Provincal Parks and Park Reserves                       33,000
           National Heritage Rivers                                    N/A
           Total Area Protected                                  469,453
           Percentage of Total Provincal Land (5.5 million ha)     8.50%


           Sources: Provincial parks and park reserves: Brian Kinsman, Planner, NSDNR, personal
           communication, December 21, 2007. All other data: David Hopper, Private Land Conservation
           Coordinator, Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Labour, Protected Areas Branch, personal
           communication, November 29, 2007.
           Notes:
           • Shelburne River and Margaree River-Lake Ainslie are National Heritage Rivers, but they are only
           protected where they flow through a wilderness area.
           • These numbers were accurate at time of writing. More recent wilderness area designations (see
           below) are not included.
           Measuring Sustainable Development
           • The NSDNR did not have current information on the proportion of protected forested and nonforested
           property. Therefore, a calculation of protected forest area as a percentage of total forested
           land (4.27 million ha) was not possible.
           • These figures only include lands protected by the province, and not lands protected by private land
           owners or Municipalities. For example, the Nova Scotia Nature Trust currently protects roughly
           1,200 ha of private land in Nova Scotia.In addition, there may be individual land owners who
           are committed to protecting their land. In addition, Municipalities have land holdings used as
           parks. Due to time constraints, these figures have not been included
           • Numbers have been rounded.
d nonforested
           Table NC-3n - Value-added (000's dollars) in the forest sector by province and value-added (dollars) per cub
Contents                                                Canada
                        Logging      Paper       Wood         Wood         Total    Value-Added
                        Industry                Products Furniture Roundwood (Per Volume
                                                               and      Harvested       Wood
                                                             Related ('000s cubic Harvested)
                                                             Products     metres)
                1990     3,214,354 10,308,533 5,203,467 1,373,501           162,567         $124
                1991     2,923,219 7,972,139 4,571,989 1,053,619            160,880         $103
                1992     3,277,031 7,684,566 5,681,218 1,086,739            170,131         $104
                1993     3,908,840 7,770,728 7,949,572 1,183,928            175,999         $118
                1994     3,783,954 10,544,324 9,693,841 1,311,890           183,261         $138
                1995     4,113,855 17,801,171 8,451,422 1,418,129           188,497         $169
                1996     4,383,781 13,174,030 9,231,586 1,576,828           183,375         $155
                1997     4,193,083 12,807,442 9,670,023 1,849,357           188,750         $151
                1998     4,341,988 13,405,622 9,716,853 2,231,643           176,957         $168
                1999     4,652,769 13,782,482 12,405,839 2,477,930          198,258         $168
                2000     4,745,218 18,253,894 12,494,858 3,156,097          201,843         $191
                2001     5,670,204 15,936,702 11,671,589 3,306,184          185,854         $197
                2002     4,361,049 14,432,980 12,650,106 3,390,792          196,596         $177
                2003     3,941,501 12,722,087 11,426,890 3,207,515          180,909         $173
                2004     4,994,980 13,158,173 14,660,448 3,124,185          208,062         $173
                2005     5,095,463 12,271,909 12,311,569 3,135,958          191,042         $172


           Sources: Value-added for logging industry from 1990-2002 from Statistics Canada, CANSIM Table 301-0004 (Ann
                    Value-added for logging industry from 2003-2005 from Statistics Canada, CANSIM Table 301-0007 (Ann
                    Value-added for paper, wood products, and wood furniture from 1990-2002 from Statistics Canada, CAN
                    Value-added for paper, wood products, and wood furniture from 2003-2005 from Statistics Canada, CAN
                    Total Roundwood Harvested values from the National Forestry Database Program's Compendium of Ca

           Notes:    Value-added figures are in thousands of dollars, except value-added per volume of wood harvested, wh
                     A zero (0) does not necessarily indicate no value, but that the data for that year was suppressed to prote
                     "Wood Furniture and Related Products" includes value-added for wood kitchen cabinet and countertop m
                     Raw data for wood furniture value-added provided in summary tables below main table
                     Total Roundwood Harvested data for N.B. and Man is incomplete for the year 2005
and value-added (dollars) per cubic metre of wood harvested, Nova Scotia
                                    Newfoundland and Labrador                                                           Prince Edward Isla
             Logging       Paper      Wood        Wood          Total     Value-Added Logging                 Paper
             Industry                Products   Furniture   Roundwood (Per Volume Industry
                                               and Related Harvested         Wood
                                                Products*   ('000s cubic   Harvested)
                                                               metres)
                 59,606           0     7,952        4,156          2,876          $25   1,853                      0
                 56,403           0    11,776        3,623          2,680          $27   2,275                      0
                 55,113           0     9,404        3,210          2,821          $24   1,134                      0
                 65,281           0    11,197        6,271          3,131          $26   3,396                  2,849
                 72,837           0          0       6,106          2,445          $32   3,547                  2,595
                 77,993           0          0       5,240          2,983          $28   4,769                  2,852
                 74,864           0          0            0         2,742          $27        0                 2,807
                 83,988           0          0       2,506          2,558          $34   2,964                  2,380
                 77,227           0    18,944        2,306          2,398          $41   4,709                      0
                 80,209           0    22,306        3,079          2,720          $39   4,147                      0
                 55,311           0    24,420        3,974          2,868          $29   5,820                      0
                 70,838           0    35,832        4,544          2,556          $44   5,274                      0
                 70,133           0    34,727        6,746          2,561          $44   6,540                      0
                 52,498 163,478        21,533        6,109          2,289         $106   6,347                  5,635
                 55,726 177,376        26,388        5,984          2,327         $114   5,186                  8,751
                 54,337           0          0       6,000          2,400          $25        0                     0


nada, CANSIM Table 301-0004 (Annual Survey of Forestry)
nada, CANSIM Table 301-0007 (Annual Survey of Manufactures and Logging)
0-2002 from Statistics Canada, CANSIM Table 301-0003 (Annual Survey of Manufactures)
3-2005 from Statistics Canada, CANSIM Table 301-0006 (Annual survey of Manufactures and Logging)
base Program's Compendium of Canadian Forestry Statistics 2005, Table 5.1

d per volume of wood harvested, which is in dollars/cubic metre
or that year was suppressed to protect confidentiality
ood kitchen cabinet and countertop manufacturing, other wood household furniture, and wood office furniture
 s below main table
 r the year 2005
  Prince Edward Island                                                   Nova Scotia
 Wood       Wood        Total     Value-Added Logging    Paper      Wood      Wood       Total
Products Furniture Roundwood (Per Volume Industry                  Products Furniture Roundwood
            and      Harvested       Wood                                      and     Harvested
           Related ('000s cubic Harvested)                                   Related ('000s cubic
          Products     metres)                                               Products   metres)
    4,442         0           448         $14   81,747         0     67,201     1,231       4,639
    3,582         0           452         $13   78,742         0     58,663          0      4,348
    6,634         0           510         $15   85,375   198,829     61,953          0      4,248
    6,370         0           534         $24   76,886   172,799     76,177          0      4,585
        0         0           519         $12   74,706         0    100,633          0      5,106
        0         0           638         $12 105,681          0     87,822       622       5,483
        0         0           557          $5   81,468         0    112,586       868       6,012
        0         0           514         $10   86,068         0    148,454          0      6,989
   12,063         0           520         $32   88,019   365,994    159,875     1,416       5,903
   13,716         0           693         $26 103,520    523,342    177,236     2,186       6,164
   14,086         0           716         $28   78,848   532,761    176,515     5,863       6,470
   15,424     1,499           626         $35 114,663    498,097    167,915     5,779       6,182
   19,502         0           635         $41 101,119    323,454    201,554       783       6,066
   17,470         0           650         $45   94,189   240,743    191,449     7,232       6,085
   18,605       898           657         $51 107,900    366,374    211,278     7,189       6,889
        0       898           569          $2 105,054    367,189           0    8,730       6,249
                                        New Brunswick
Value-Added   Logging    Paper      Wood      Wood       Total     Value-Added    Logging
(Per Volume   Industry             Products Furniture Roundwood (Per Volume       Industry
   Wood                                       and      Harvested      Wood
 Harvested)                                  Related ('000s cubic   Harvested)
                                            Products    metres)
        $32    230,057 499,212      175,631          0       8,824         $103     711,252
        $32    177,435 346,662      158,706     6,502        8,643          $80     634,354
        $81    166,610 326,528      189,177     8,071        9,205          $75     661,203
        $71    145,823 341,813      245,865     9,263        8,959          $83     675,646
        $34    196,247 579,897      333,505    10,469        9,269         $121     626,800
        $35    210,877 1,302,721    269,172     8,666      10,055          $178     717,797
        $32    261,046 779,798      387,523          0     10,902          $131     749,262
        $34    216,108 710,726      475,353    12,166      11,253          $126     739,692
       $104    124,383 883,960      456,425          0     11,534          $127     809,693
       $131    168,395 889,472      620,237          0     11,294          $149     712,556
       $123    234,664 1,116,440    535,490          0     11,872          $159   1,021,988
       $127    319,370 864,608      547,593          0     10,186          $170   1,114,066
       $103    258,121 850,065      566,597          0     10,457          $160     872,133
        $88    251,435 822,406      494,503          0     10,788          $145     913,018
       $101    212,554 999,920      605,413     4,308      11,004          $166   1,105,811
        $77    188,861 693,386      522,888    27,392           30      $47,751   1,170,146
                        Quebec                                                                  Ontario
 Paper       Wood         Wood          Total     Value-Added Logging       Paper       Wood       Wood
            Products    Furniture   Roundwood     (Per Volume   Industry               Products  Furniture
                           and       Harvested       Wood                                           and
                         Related    ('000s cubic   Harvested)                                     Related
                        Products       metres)                                                   Products
3,106,386   1,216,771     521,545          30,148          $184 454,309    3,320,395     838,865 537,833
2,776,123   1,124,498     413,113          28,943          $171 392,312    2,513,813     710,796 374,108
2,382,269   1,300,221     404,461          31,001          $153 453,633    2,714,130     767,462 364,630
2,767,203   1,744,991     430,908          34,091          $165 450,386    2,579,354     991,684 374,643
3,487,135   2,502,838     413,823          38,231          $184 449,399    3,130,379   1,278,703 412,404
5,864,768   2,153,257     392,652          41,438          $220 475,369    4,723,391   1,309,606 503,397
4,757,070   2,445,190     529,448          38,267          $222 503,055    4,090,929   1,468,465 566,031
4,589,896   2,556,655     603,763          42,543          $200 596,682    3,878,658   1,636,704 669,089
5,074,771   2,702,125     669,065          43,427          $213 590,178    4,012,740   1,860,484 918,960
4,935,426   3,198,581     696,816          45,646          $209 558,903    4,014,099   2,134,304 996,047
5,833,272   3,369,675   1,087,240          43,485          $260 605,930    5,488,297   2,445,122 1,246,126
5,754,669   3,186,979   1,232,282          40,579          $278 940,532    5,032,498   2,334,881 1,225,503
5,134,493   3,467,041   1,323,217          41,525          $260 527,108    4,886,124   2,454,102 1,178,221
4,166,058   3,089,996   1,243,232          40,102          $235 653,118    4,440,525   2,418,342 1,122,095
4,085,258   3,479,070   1,151,169          43,269          $227 730,857    4,178,450   2,620,896 1,158,285
4,133,672   3,058,431   1,125,128          38,461          $247 815,568    3,895,736   2,309,510 1,161,183
Ontario                                                           Manitoba
              Total    Value-Added Logging     Paper      Wood      Wood            Total      Value-Added
          Roundwood (Per Volume     Industry             Products  Furniture    Roundwood      (Per Volume
           Harvested      Wood                                       and         Harvested        Wood
          ('000s cubic  Harvested)                                 Related      ('000s cubic    Harvested)
             metres)                                               Products        metres)
                25,420         $203   27,449   123,694     67,396    60,125              1,563         $178
                23,829         $167   20,367         0     58,242    48,586              1,278         $100
                24,286         $177   26,102         0     76,403    27,286              1,598          $81
                25,432         $173   27,076         0     87,362    32,344              1,539          $95
                25,952         $203   22,858         0    121,221    34,852              1,786         $100
                26,260         $267   31,669   221,797    104,109    38,093              1,987         $199
                25,871         $256   38,501   166,635    113,098    56,967              2,148         $175
                26,595         $255   41,283         0    134,029    53,240              2,183         $105
                24,126         $306   21,486         0    206,935      6,457             2,328         $101
                24,814         $310   47,476   137,613    293,667           0            2,171         $221
                28,118         $348   52,103   278,312    260,289 102,917                2,188         $317
                24,099         $396   60,316   272,874    267,078 119,859                2,079         $346
                26,327         $344   55,288   261,163    269,630      7,999             2,106         $282
                24,347         $355   58,335   236,284    327,993 217,116                2,106         $399
                25,147         $346   37,415   224,757    361,784 221,249                2,106         $401
                23,371         $350   47,768   241,340    323,782 226,104                   23      $36,478
                            Saskatchewan                                                              Alberta
Logging    Paper      Wood      Wood         Total       Value-Added   Logging    Paper    Wood
Industry             Products Furniture Roundwood        (Per Volume   Industry           Products
                                 and      Harvested         Wood
                               Related   ('000s cubic     Harvested)
                               Products     metres)
  32,561         0     49,769      3,569         2,758           $31     87,352 377,399 398,931
  23,050         0     43,593      3,726         2,957           $24    117,512 318,992 360,640
  32,967         0     67,391      3,397         3,081           $34    116,054 355,241 477,566
  34,605         0    101,482      4,262         4,433           $32    121,603 343,278 758,244
  61,195         0    134,908      4,599         4,468           $45    151,647 674,683 890,795
  54,249         0    127,433      6,339         4,258           $44    212,751 1,229,308 879,962
  77,772   174,771    135,671          0         4,126           $94    236,995 649,598 982,217
  66,762         0    153,211    11,457          4,205           $55    211,483 688,403 958,243
  65,855         0    149,172      1,202         3,348           $65    242,161 641,400 948,645
  63,319   118,162    177,239      1,316         3,882           $93    220,971 707,470 1,285,480
  98,524   289,335    161,476    18,549          4,197          $135    305,683 1,150,927 1,346,924
  98,706   191,743    116,318    21,013          4,119          $104    317,052 770,694 1,221,358
  75,404   216,340    147,855    25,319          4,309          $108    258,762 654,936 1,355,122
  82,297   195,787    193,458    24,915          4,898          $101    272,292 625,000 1,347,370
 104,106   301,172    389,318    24,884          6,103          $134    320,729 641,972 1,861,660
  98,299   216,195    340,315    28,493          5,330          $128    395,967 585,623 1,469,431
Alberta                                                                  British Columbia
 Wood            Total     Value-Added     Logging      Paper        Wood       Wood         Total
Furniture    Roundwood     (Per Volume     Industry                Products Furniture    Roundwood
  and         Harvested       Wood                                               and      Harvested
Related      ('000s cubic   Harvested)                                         Related   ('000s cubic
Products        metres)                                                       Products      metres)
  88,996            11,911           $80   1,527,586   2,242,627   2,376,509 134,604            73,861
  35,897            12,926           $64   1,420,416   1,564,088   2,041,493 115,406            74,706
  73,216            14,594           $70   1,678,492   1,420,327   2,725,007     92,464         78,579
  93,933            14,897           $88   2,307,323   1,224,861   3,926,200     92,695         78,004
  61,715            19,790           $90   2,123,879   1,959,992   4,313,660 101,281            75,093
  60,907            20,287          $117   2,220,955   3,157,047   3,500,556 159,220            74,622
         0          20,037           $93   2,358,518   1,900,573   3,562,229     80,782         72,252
 167,994            22,217           $91   2,147,337   2,060,128   3,579,646     88,074         69,298
         0          17,172          $107   2,318,277   1,796,495   3,202,185 171,857            65,938
  36,239            23,729           $95   2,693,273   2,218,178   4,483,073 175,789            76,930
 239,156            23,418          $130   2,285,543   3,229,237   4,160,861 279,415            78,457
 298,083            23,474          $111   2,626,938   2,279,010   3,778,211 223,686            71,896
 218,679            24,673          $101   2,136,124   1,874,729   4,133,976           0        77,864
 244,186            24,228          $103   1,557,719   1,842,671   3,324,776 287,098            65,358
 210,008            23,510          $129   2,314,470   2,174,143   5,086,036           0        86,998
 219,227            27,546           $97   2,216,182   1,973,961   4,046,655 168,047            87,014
Value-Added
(Per Volume
   Wood
 Harvested)

        $85
        $69
        $75
        $97
       $113
       $121
       $109
       $114
       $114
       $124
       $127
       $124
       $105
       $107
       $110
        $97
           Table NC-3o - Value-added as a percent of total wood exports, Canada and by province
Contents              Canada      Nfld.     P.E.I.      N.S.      N.B.      Que.      Ont.
                1998         24        3.5       5.8       11.3     11.7       31.5      43.6
                2001       28.6        1.4     18.3        16.8     20.4       40.5      50.3
                2004       26.7          2     24.4        19.9     26.6       40.9      47.2
                2007         29        5.5     57.2          13     27.9       43.9      56.8


           Source: Data provided to GPIAtlantic by Dan Schrier, Manager, Trade and Business Statistics, B.C. Stats,
           Ministry of Labour and Citizens' Services, Government of British Columbia. Original data are from
           Statistics Canada.
           Note: Value-added exports are defined by B.C. Stats as a product made from lumber such as mouldings,
           siding, engineered wood and completed articles primarily of wood. Engineered wood products include
           glued laminated timber and laminated veneer lumber. Articles made from wood could include doors,
           windows, prefabricated houses and furniture. Excluded from the definition are shakes and shingles, and
           panel products such as plywood, oriented strand board and medium density fibreboard
d by province
                 Man.           Sask.     Alta.     B.C.
                   66.6             7.8      24.6      10.7
                   72.2            10.2      25.8      10.2
                   62.5             4.5      15.3       9.5
                   73.4               9      22.2       9.4


iness Statistics, B.C. Stats,
ginal data are from

umber such as mouldings,
 wood products include
d could include doors,
shakes and shingles, and
           Table NC-3p - Employment in the forest sector (000's), Nova Scotia
Contents     Year     Primary   Wood      Pulp and Paper Forest Total
                1987       3.7       2.5              4.4          10.6
                1988       3.4       1.9              4.4           9.7
                1989       2.4       2.0              4.6           9.0
                1990       2.6       1.7              4.0           8.3
                1991       3.3       1.9              3.2           8.4
                1992       3.6       1.9              2.6           8.1
                1993       4.1       1.8              2.9           8.8
                1994       3.9       2.4              4.0          10.3
                1995       3.6       2.5              3.5           9.6
                1996       4.2       2.5              3.4          10.1
                1997       3.5       2.8              4.1          10.4
                1998       4.0       3.8              4.1          11.9
                1999       3.6       3.3              3.1          10.0
                2000       4.2       3.8              2.3          10.3
                2001       4.1       3.8              3.4          11.3
                2002       3.7       3.6              3.4          10.7
                2003       4.2       4.6              3.4          12.2
                2004       3.7       4.4              3.1          11.2
                2005       4.1       4.0              2.4          10.5
                2006       2.2       2.5              2.2           6.9


           Source: StatsCan Labour Force Survey
           Table NC-3q - Actual annual harvest volumes (millions m3), crown and private land, Nova Scotia
Contents      Year     Harvest Volume
             1981-85                 3.3
             1986-90                 4.4
             1991-95                 4.7
                1996                 5.6
                1999                 6.2
                2000                 6.5
                2001                 6.2
                2002                 6.1
                2003                 6.1
                2004                 6.9
                2005                 6.3
                2006                 5.2


           Sources: 1981-1996 data are from the NSDNR, 1997, Toward Sustainable Forestry: A Position Paper.
           1999-2006 data are from NSDNR Registry of Buyers Annual Reports. The Registry of Buyers was
           established in 1998.
, Nova Scotia




osition Paper.
           Table NC-3r - Number of full-time jobs per 1000 m3 of wood harvested, Nova Scotia
Contents     Year    Jobs per 1000 m3
                1990                1.9
                1995                  2
                1996                1.8
                1999                1.6
                2000                1.6
                2001                1.8
                2002                1.8
                2003                2.0
                2004                1.6
                2005                1.7
                2006                1.3


           Source: Harvest volume data from NSDNR, 1997, Toward Sustainable Forestry: A Position Paper and
           NSDNR Registry of Buyers Annual Reports. Employment data from Statistics Canada‘s Labour Force
           Survey for 1990 to 2006 were provided to GPIAtlantic by Patrick Brannon, Research Analyst, Atlantic
           Provinces Economic Council, October 16, 2007.
tion Paper and
 Labour Force
alyst, Atlantic
           Table NC-4a - Farm and crop area; number of farms, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
                                Nova Scotia               Prince Edward Island
             Year    Number of Area in       Land in Number of Area in     Land in
                       Farms Farms (ha)       Crops    Farms     Farms      Crops
Contents                                       (ha)               (ha)       (ha)
                1921     47,432 1,911,553 278,448        13,701 492,293 186,690
                1931     39,444 1,740,970 252,408        12,865 482,062 201,175
                1941     32,977 1,544,542 233,072        12,230 473,024 190,344
                1951     23,515 1,284,347 193,221        10,137 443,254 172,481
                1956     21,075 1,123,262 168,444         9,432 431,178 169,603
                1961     12,518    902,609 133,188        7,335 388,562 158,277
                1966      9,621    749,435 127,129        6,357 375,135 161,216
                1971      6,008    537,777      98,322    4,543 313,482 142,200
                1976      5,434    493,293 111,667        3,677 295,839 158,448
                1981      5,045    466,023 112,782        3,154 283,024 158,280
                1986      4,283    416,507 109,512        2,833 272,433 156,498
                1991      3,980    397,031 106,231        2,361 258,875 154,103
                1996      4,453    427,324 112,364        2,217 265,217 170,361
                2001      3,923    407,046 119,219        1,845 261,482 175,488
                2006      3,795    403,044 116,609        1,700 250,859 171,296


           Sources: number of farms from: www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/95F0302XIE/2001001/tables/html/optab13.htm#11
           area in farms from: www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/95-629-XIE/1/1.5.htm#11; land in crops from: www.statcan.ca/e
           Notes: The definition of a census farm has changed between 1921 and 2001. These changes affect the comparabil
           For each of the censuses conducted between 1921 and 1976, land in crops included field crops, vegetables, fruits a
ce Edward Island




001001/tables/html/optab13.htm#11;
and in crops from: www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/95F0302XIE/2001001/tables/html/optab13.htm#TFtn.
hese changes affect the comparability of data among censuses. For a summary of these changes, see Census Farm in the Glossary.
uded field crops, vegetables, fruits and nursery crops. Since 1981, the definition of land in crops has been expanded to include sod. None of
Census Farm in the Glossary.
 n expanded to include sod. None of the data include land area for Christmas trees
           Table NC-4b - Total farm cash receipts and operating expenses (Millions of $2007), Nova Scotia and Prince
                                  Nova Scotia                       Prince Edward Island
Contents     Year     Cash Receipts Operating Expenses        Cash Receipts      Operating Expenses
                1971           347.75               301.72              207.51                 191.56
                1972           373.76               309.17              232.78                 203.88
                1973            464.5               358.53                  351                 218.9
                1974            440.2               387.72              368.99                 245.58
                1975           443.38               393.66              334.32                 254.96
                1976           450.74               380.96              379.98                 254.99
                1977           443.76               357.12              299.43                 254.45
                1978           482.52               368.15                306.9                263.38
                1979           501.44               408.06              338.77                 267.88
                1980           500.52               428.35              357.05                 281.53
                1981           513.16               441.63              428.57                 300.96
                1982           471.65               432.84                328.8                291.76
                1983           455.49               429.39                332.1                290.26
                1984           478.25               435.87              354.12                 291.39
                1985           460.01               412.27              305.55                 287.37
                1986           424.32               400.92              318.56                 281.96
                1987           492.15               404.35              352.64                 277.07
                1988           505.91               413.56              328.87                 282.03
                1989            480.9               411.95              385.69                 287.08
                1990           474.64               398.26              362.58                 281.48
                1991           427.98               380.19              328.23                 276.05
                1992            428.4               383.72                  304                287.06
                1993           409.75               382.27              315.44                 286.52
                1994           429.27               397.23              404.47                 319.29
                1995            435.3               408.94              399.65                 343.38
                1996           477.75                422.9              368.69                 350.48
                1997           464.57                432.1              349.98                  352.6
                1998           461.03               424.68              397.24                 359.73
                1999           473.44               429.14              421.06                  368.5
                2000           485.44               443.18              378.58                 374.43
                2001           476.05                454.4              381.21                 372.84
                2002           453.37               461.56              407.78                 387.73
                2003           464.91               467.52              387.81                 385.36
                2004           481.58               461.72              371.72                 383.13
                2005           482.36                  461              385.01                 387.26
                2006           462.38               461.39              388.21                 396.36


           Sources: Derived from Statistics Canada. 2007. Agriculture Economic Statistics . Farm Cash Receipts. Cat. No. 21-
07), Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island




m Cash Receipts. Cat. No. 21-011 and CANSIM tables 002-0005.
           Table NC-4c - Total net farm income (Millions of $2007) Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
                           Nova Scotia        Prince Edward Island
Contents     Year    Total Net Farm Income Total Net Farm Income
                1971                    50.73                   12.08
                1972                    77.43                   30.13
                1973                  121.95                  152.16
                1974                    72.26                 218.33
                1975                    63.69                   50.16
                1976                    82.04                 159.22
                1977                    97.95                   60.93
                1978                  130.26                    64.37
                1979                  119.36                    84.97
                1980                    91.18                   60.51
                1981                    76.95                 181.64
                1982                    48.47                   43.39
                1983                    34.43                   36.99
                1984                    48.86                   99.48
                1985                    50.18                   23.48
                1986                    67.57                   31.14
                1987                    87.44                   65.69
                1988                    96.93                      64
                1989                     76.7                 100.73
                1990                     76.9                   72.14
                1991                    48.15                   41.35
                1992                    46.44                   64.85
                1993                    31.84                   14.59
                1994                    35.76                   73.96
                1995                     34.8                 108.75
                1996                    60.11                   30.43
                1997                    29.48                   15.65
                1998                    41.73                   23.67
                1999                    42.93                   50.49
                2000                    43.67                   26.29
                2001                       23                   -49.9
                2002                    -3.45                 109.85
                2003                    -0.64                    -0.3
                2004                    18.55                   -5.01
                2005                    19.83                   23.49
                2006                    -7.71                   18.06
                2007                   -26.37                  -53.77


           Source: Derived from Statistics Canada. 2007. Agriculture Economic Statistics. Net Farm Income . Cat No. 21-010-X
           Note: The definition of net income is: Total cash receipts - operating expenses after rebates + income in kind - depr
e Edward Island




Farm Income . Cat No. 21-010-XIE (latest update May 2008).
rebates + income in kind - depreciation charges (on buildings and machinery) + value of inventory change.
           Table NC-4d - Total net farm income and total debt (Millions of $2007) Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Islan
                                    Nova Scotia                         Prince Edward Island
Contents     Year    Total Farm Net Income Total Farm Debt Total Farm Net Income Total Farm Debt
                1971                   50.73           254.9                   12.083          199.38
                1972                   77.43          252.09                    30.13          188.48
                1973                  121.95          256.61                   152.16          182.13
                1974                   72.26          273.56                  218.325          189.87
                1975                   63.69          293.67                   50.157          206.23
                1976                   82.04          288.45                  159.218          207.98
                1977                   97.95           303.5                   60.927          227.94
                1978                  130.26          328.38                   64.367           230.2
                1979                  119.36          360.04                   84.974          239.07
                1980                   91.18          365.75                   60.513          253.33
                1981                   76.95          410.06                   181.64          263.46
                1982                   48.47          397.79                   43.387          274.95
                1983                   34.43          391.77                   36.987          292.39
                1984                   48.86          398.11                   99.484          286.35
                1985                   50.18          384.42                   23.478          293.77
                1986                   67.57          365.24                   31.142          285.21
                1987                   87.44          359.52                   65.694          260.51
                1988                   96.93          368.32                   64.001          260.57
                1989                     76.7         361.03                  100.731          238.95
                1990                     76.9         378.83                   72.141          255.56
                1991                   48.15          372.01                   41.346          253.49
                1992                   46.44           360.3                    64.85          276.37
                1993                   31.84          345.46                   14.586          307.77
                1994                   35.76          401.94                   73.964          373.25
                1995                     34.8         393.65                  108.745          396.26
                1996                   60.11          410.71                   30.431          418.87
                1997                   29.48          450.71                   15.646          465.64
                1998                   41.73          490.48                   23.666          514.49
                1999                   42.93          508.45                    50.49          533.96
                2000                   43.67          544.28                    26.29          553.41
                2001                       23         556.74                    -49.9          575.72
                2002                    -3.45         561.01                   109.85          607.07
                2003                    -0.64         601.26                   -0.302          659.09
                2004                   21.01          651.82                   -2.963          684.14
                2005                   22.71          686.57                  -21.205          686.75
                2006                     1.33         679.82                    13.81          645.67
otia and Prince Edward Island
           Table NC-4e - Expense to income ratio (%), Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
                            Nova Scotia          Prince Edward Island
Contents     Year    Expense to Income Ratio Expense to Income Ratio
                1971                     86.75                    92.32
                1972                     82.72                    87.58
                1973                     77.19                    62.36
                1974                     88.08                    66.55
                1975                     88.79                    76.26
                1976                     84.52                    67.12
                1977                     80.48                    84.98
                1978                      76.3                    85.82
                1979                     81.38                    79.07
                1980                     85.58                    78.85
                1981                     86.06                    70.22
                1982                     91.77                    88.74
                1983                     94.27                     87.4
                1984                     91.14                    82.29
                1985                     89.62                    94.05
                1986                     85.21                    88.51
                1987                     82.16                    78.57
                1988                     81.75                    85.76
                1989                     84.61                    74.43
                1990                     83.91                    77.63
                1991                     88.83                     84.1
                1992                     89.57                    94.43
                1993                     93.29                    90.83
                1994                     92.54                    78.94
                1995                     93.94                    85.92
                1996                     88.52                    95.06
                1997                     93.01                   100.75
                1998                     92.12                    90.56
                1999                     90.64                    87.52
                2000                      91.3                     98.9
                2001                     95.45                     97.8
                2002                    101.81                    95.08
                2003                    100.56                    99.37
                2004                     95.88                   103.07
                2005                     95.57                   100.56
                2006                     99.78                   102.11


           Source: Derived from Statistics Canada. 2007. Agriculture Economic Statistics . Cat No. 21-013-XIE; 21-014-XIE (la
21-013-XIE; 21-014-XIE (latest update May 2007)
           Table NC-4f - Debt to net income ratio (%), Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
                           Nova Scotia          Prince Edward Island
Contents     Year    Debt to net income ratio Debt to net income ratio
                1971                       502                    1650
                1972                       326                     626
                1973                       210                     120
                1974                       379                       87
                1975                       461                     411
                1976                       352                     131
                1977                       310                     374
                1978                       252                     358
                1979                       302                     281
                1980                       401                     419
                1981                       533                     145
                1982                       821                     634
                1983                      1138                     791
                1984                       815                     288
                1985                       766                    1251
                1986                       541                     916
                1987                       411                     397
                1988                       380                     407
                1989                       471                     237
                1990                       493                     354
                1991                       773                     613
                1992                       776                     426
                1993                     1,085                    2110
                1994                     1,124                     505
                1995                     1,131                     364
                1996                       683                    1376
                1997                     1,529                    2976
                1998                     1,175                    2174
                1999                     1,184                    1058
                2000                     1,246                    2105
                2001                     2,421                         --
                2002                         --                    553
                2003                         --                        --
                2004                     3,102                         --
                2005                     3,023                         --
                2006                         --                   4675


           Source: Derived from Statistics Canada. 2007. Agriculture Economic Statistics . Cat No. 21-013-XIE; 21-014-XIE (latest upda
           Note: The ratios for 2001 to 2006 cannot be shown consistently because net incomes for those years were sometimes negative.
3-XIE; 21-014-XIE (latest update May 2007).
years were sometimes negative.
           Table NC-4g - Solvency ration (%), Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Canada
Contents     Year    Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island Canadian Average
                1971        0.231                  0.23             0.193
                1972        0.212                0.202                  --
                1973        0.193                0.179                  --
                1974         0.18                0.165                  --
                1975        0.188                0.176                  --
                1976        0.178                0.177                  --
                1977        0.192                0.191                  --
                1978        0.193                0.172                  --
                1979        0.193                0.156                  --
                1980        0.172                0.162                  --
                1981           0.2               0.166               0.14
                1982        0.214                0.196                  --
                1983        0.217                0.214                  --
                1984         0.23                0.216                  --
                1985        0.228                0.223                  --
                1986        0.223                0.227                  --
                1987        0.222                0.214                  --
                1988        0.227                0.218                  --
                1989        0.221                0.195                  --
                1990        0.229                0.192                  --
                1991         0.24                   0.2             0.184
                1992        0.233                  0.21                 --
                1993        0.224                0.231                  --
                1994        0.255                0.249                  --
                1995        0.255                0.237                  --
                1996        0.252                0.234                  --
                1997         0.26                0.257                  --
                1998        0.276                0.283                  --
                1999        0.279                0.289                  --
                2000        0.293                   0.3                 --
                2001        0.299                0.316               0.21
                2002        0.304                0.338                  --
                2003        0.335                0.378                  --
                2004        0.373                   0.4                 --
                2005        0.397                0.406                  --
                2006        0.399                  0.39             0.247


           Source: Derived from Statistics Canada. 2007. Agriculture Economic Statistics . Cat No. 21-013-XIE; 21-014-XIE.
. Cat No. 21-013-XIE; 21-014-XIE.
           Table NC-4h - Price indices for farm products, farm inputs, and food in stores, Nova Scotia and Prince Edw
                            Nova Scotia          Prince Edward Island
             Year        Farm        Food in      Farm        Food in      Farm Inputs,
Contents              Products       Stores      Products     Stores      Eastern Canada
                1986        100.0        100.0       100.0        100.0             100.0
                1987        105.9        104.4       119.9        103.6             101.5
                1988        104.3        104.6       110.1        107.4             106.7
                1989        104.8        108.1       132.6        111.4             111.1
                1990        107.3        111.5       128.9        117.1             111.9
                1991        106.8          121       120.5        125.9             111.4
                1992        104.2        121.2       113.8        125.9             112.3
                1993        105.9        123.5       119.6        126.9             118.1
                1994        105.4        127.6         147        129.3             121.6
                1995        107.2        126.4         145        129.1             124.4
                1996        119.4        128.8       131.8        131.1             131.8
                1997        117.4        131.9       126.7        133.5             133.7
                1998          116        135.1       130.8        134.5             128.8
                1999        115.1        136.1       149.9             --           129.1
                2000        119.5        137.7         142        141.8             136.5
                2001        122.1        141.4       147.1        145.4             142.2
                2002        114.3        146.4       185.9        149.4             141.7
                2003        120.1        149.3       154.7          151             144.9
                2004        126.4        152.5       137.6        154.3             143.2
                2005        133.5        157.1       144.7        158.8             147.4
                2006        136.9        161.4         173        164.5             152.4


           Sources: Derived from Statistics Canada. 2003. Farm Product Price Index , Cat No. 21-007-XIB 3(11); McLaughlin a
           Statistics Canada. 2003; CANSIM tables 002-0022; 328-0014; 328-0001; 326-0020.
           Note: Indices constructed by author based on raw data from the sources listed.
s, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island




o. 21-007-XIB 3(11); McLaughlin and Robinson, 1999, 1995, 1992;
           Table NC-4i - Crop and pasture land, Nova Scotia
             Year       Total    Land in Summer- Tame or              Land in
                       area of crops (ha) fallow      seeded           crops
                        farms                 (ha)    pasture           and
                         (ha)                           (ha)          pasture
Contents                                                                (ha)
                1921   1,911,553     278,448                           669,044
                1931   1,740,970     252,408                           609,340
                1941   1,544,542     233,072                           540,590
                1951   1,284,347     193,221                           449,521
                1956   1,123,262     168,444                           393,142
                1961     902,609     133,188                           315,913
                1966     749,435     127,129                           262,302
                1971     537,777      98,322                           188,222
                1976     493,293     111,667       2,909     42,447    157,023
                1981     466,023     112,782       5,154     46,106    164,042
                1986     416,507     109,512       3,910     36,236    149,658
                1991     397,031     106,231       1,186     30,723    138,140
                1996     427,324     112,364         579     25,005    137,948
                2001     407,046     119,219         609     22,873    142,701
                2006     403,044     116,609       1,083     23,381    139,990



           Source: Statistics Canada, 1997. Historical Overview of Canadian Agriculture; Statistics Canada, 2006. Census of A
           Available from http://www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/95-629-XIE/4/4.3-1_A.htm.

           [1] Since 1981 the definition of ―land in crops‖ has been expanded to include ―sod.‖
           [2] Crop and pasture land also includes ―summer fallow‖ land for this table. Estimated areas in the shaded cells are
Statistics Canada, 2006. Census of Agriculture.



mated areas in the shaded cells are based on 35% of total farm area.
           Table NC-4j - Canada Land Inventory: Soil Capability for Agriculture in Nova Scotia
Contents         Class      Area (hectares) % of total NS land Cumulative total area
                         1               0.0                0.0                    0.0
                         2         166317.0                 3.1              166317.0
                         3         982877.0                18.6             1149194.0
                         4         424410.0                 8.0             1573604.0
                         5          82215.0                 1.6             1655819.0
                         6          14325.0                 0.3             1670144.0
                         7        3516041.0                66.5             5186185.0
           Organic                 116301.0                 2.2             5302486.0
           Unclassed               246514.0                 4.7             5549000.0
           Total Land Area        5549000.0               100.0

           Source: Statistics Canada, Human Activity and the Environment, 2000.
           Notes: 1. Class 1, 2, and 3 land is considered to be ―dependable agricultural land.
           2. The classification ―organic‖ applies to peatlands, bogs, and marshes capable of supporting agricultural production
e of supporting agricultural production and distinguishable from mineral soils by their high organic content.
           Table NC-4k - Summary of Farm Land Value in Nova Scotia ($2007)
                                               Area (ha)    Average annual net Estimated 2006
                                                             productive value    market value
Contents                                                      ($55/ha) * area ($1,394/ha ) * area
                             Land in farms, 2006      403,044        22,167,420       561,873,300
             Potential land suitable for crops and
             pasture (total of Class 2and 3 land)    1,149,194       63,205,670     1,601,976,436
           Table NC-4l - Unemployment Rate (%), Canada, NS and PEI
Contents     Year     Canada      NS        PEI
                1976        7.1      9.2        9.3
                1977        8.0     10.3        9.5
                1978        8.4     10.5        9.7
                1979        7.5     10.0      11.6
                1980        7.5      9.7      10.5
                1981        7.6     10.0      11.3
                1982       11.0     12.8      12.6
                1983       12.0     13.4      12.2
                1984       11.3     13.0      12.5
                1985       10.6     13.5      13.7
                1986        9.7     13.3      13.2
                1987        8.8     12.0      12.3
                1988        7.8     10.2      12.2
                1989        7.5      9.9      13.7
                1990        8.1     10.7      14.4
                1991       10.3     12.1      16.5
                1992       11.2     13.1      17.6
                1993       11.4     14.3      16.9
                1994       10.4     13.5      16.5
                1995        9.5     12.2      14.8
                1996        9.6     12.4      14.7
                1997        9.1     12.2      15.4
                1998        8.3     10.5      13.9
                1999        7.6      9.6      14.3
                2000        6.8      9.1      12.1
                2001        7.2      9.7      11.9
                2002        7.7      9.6      12.0
                2003        7.6      9.1      11.0
                2004        7.2      8.8      11.3
                2005        6.8      8.4      10.8
                2006        6.3      7.9      11.0

           Source: Derived from Statistics Canada Labour Force Survey, CANSIM Table 282-0002.
           Table NC-4m - Amount Farmers Spend on Wages (millions of $2007), NS and PEI
             Year    Total NS Total PEI
                       farm      farm
Contents              wages     wages
                1971     42.38     24.11
                1972     44.94     25.17
                1973     48.19     26.33
                1974     49.17     28.41
                1975     55.91     30.63
                1976     57.98     32.95
                1977      53.5      31.6
                1978      53.4     36.09
                1979     52.07     31.17
                1980     59.34     35.13
                1981     57.59     35.22
                1982     59.15     34.23
                1983     66.34     39.92
                1984     72.82     41.17
                1985     71.77     39.67
                1986     74.91     42.12
                1987     76.65     43.32
                1988     80.79     44.81
                1989     79.21     43.73
                1990     77.85     46.66
                1991     77.03     45.96
                1992     80.79     46.28
                1993     80.52     46.45
                1994     81.17     49.94
                1995      82.9      53.8
                1996     81.26     52.85
                1997     87.63     53.05
                1998      86.5     53.94
                1999     88.54     55.26
                2000      88.1     56.89
                2001     90.88     58.69

           Source: Statistics Canada. 2003. Farm Operating Expenses and Depreciation Charges. Agriculture Economic Sta
           Note: Total wages = cash wages + room & board.
Charges. Agriculture Economic Statistics. Cat. No. 21-012-XIE. Latest Update November 2007.
           Table NC-4n - Wages and Salary Expenses (Per Farm Reporting) ($2007), Canada, NS, and PEI
             Year    Canadian NS farm Pei fam
                         farm     wages     wages
Contents               wages
                1980       18,979  27,517    21,583
                1985       19,718  30,286    23,662
                1990       23,181  35,023    32,886
                1995       28,543  37,556    43,499
                2000       37,304  44,122    54,125
                2005       44,559  47,455    59,722

           Source: Statistics Canada. 1997. Historical Overview of Canadian Agriculture. Catalogue No. 93-358-XPB; 2000 a
           Notes: Converted to constant $2007 using the Bank of Canada Inflation Calculator www.bank-banque-canada.ca/en
Canada, NS, and PEI




 Catalogue No. 93-358-XPB; 2000 and 2005 data from Statistics Canada. 2006. Census of Agriculture. Table 7.8-10.
 or www.bank-banque-canada.ca/en/rates/inflation_calc.html.
Table 7.8-10.
           Table NC-4o - Full- and Part-Time Jobs in Agriculture and Related Services (thousands of people), NS and P
                         NS agriculture and        PEI agriculture and
Contents                  related services           related services

                     Full-time   Part-time   Full-time   Part-time
             Year   employees employees employees employees
               1976          6.7         1.1         4.9         0.9
               1977          6.2         1.1         4.8         0.8
               1978          6.4         1.2           4         0.7
               1979            6         1.1         3.9         0.8
               1980          5.6         1.2         4.1         0.6
               1981          5.7         1.2         4.8         0.9
               1982          5.3         1.2         4.6           1
               1983          4.9         0.9         4.6         0.9
               1984          5.4         1.1         4.6         0.8
               1985          7.4         1.3         4.8           1
               1986          6.7         1.3           5         1.1
               1987          6.2         1.5           5         0.9
               1988          6.2         1.3         4.9         0.9
               1989          5.2         1.3         4.6         0.8
               1990          5.8         1.5         4.3         0.7
               1991          5.5         1.5           4         0.8
               1992          5.9         1.8         3.5         0.6
               1993          5.1         1.3         3.1         0.6
               1994          5.1         1.4         3.1         0.5
               1995          5.6         1.1         3.2         0.5
               1996          5.6         1.3         3.5         0.7
               1997          5.7         1.3         3.6         0.5
               1998          5.4         1.2         3.7         0.5
               1999          5.6         1.1         3.4         0.6
               2000          5.8         1.1         3.8         0.7
               2001            6         1.5         3.5         0.5
               2002          5.5         1.2         3.3         0.4
               2003          5.6         1.1         3.1         0.4
               2004          4.5         0.9         3.2         0.5
               2005          4.6         1.3         3.1         0.4
               2006          3.6         1.1         3.6         0.3


           Source: Derived from Statistics Canada, 2007. CANSIM table 282-0008. Labour force survey estimates by NAICS
ands of people), NS and PEI




urvey estimates by NAICS (1100-1129, 1151-1152), sex and age group.
           Table NC-4p - Ratio of Farm Receipts to Wages, NS and PEI

Contents     Year   NS farms PEI farms
               1971      8.03      8.42
               1972      8.07      8.97
               1973       9.3     12.84
               1974       8.6     12.48
               1975      7.64     10.52
               1976      7.61     11.28
               1977      8.03      9.18
               1978      8.77      8.26
               1979      9.34     10.55
               1980      8.14       9.8
               1981      8.59     11.73
               1982      7.78      9.38
               1983      6.73      8.16
               1984       6.5      8.51
               1985      6.33      7.61
               1986      6.17      7.43
               1987      6.34      8.04
               1988      6.16      7.22
               1989      6.05      8.68
               1990      5.98      7.62
               1991      5.55      7.13
               1992      5.27      6.53
               1993      5.05      6.73
               1994      5.26      8.05
               1995      5.24      7.41
               1996      5.84      6.93
               1997      5.28      6.57
               1998       5.3      7.33
               1999      5.29      7.53
               2000      5.45      6.58
               2001      5.26      6.52
               2002      4.73      6.56
               2003      4.79      5.96
               2004      5.22      5.68
               2005      5.07       5.8
               2006      4.77      5.74

           Source: Statistics Canada. 2007. Farm Operating Expenses and Depreciation Charges. Agriculture Economic Statistics. Ca
s. Agriculture Economic Statistics. Cat. No. 21-012-XIE. Latest Update November 2007; Farm Cash Receipts. Agriculture Economic Statistics . Cat.
Agriculture Economic Statistics . Cat. No. 21-011-XIE. Latest
           Table NC-4q - Ratio of Amount Spent on Wages (Including Room & Board) to Total Expenses (Including De
                                          Canadian
Contents     Year    NS farms PEI farms     farms
                1926         25      18.6       20.5
                1930       21.3      18.4       18.3
                1935       19.8      18.1       15.6
                1940       22.2      17.1       16.9
                1945       22.6      15.1         14
                1950         14      11.7       11.7
                1955       15.3      12.9       11.2
                1960       16.2        14       11.8
                1965         13      12.4        9.7
                1970       14.9      14.2        9.2
                1975       14.6      12.5        8.2
                1976       15.3      13.2        7.9
                1977       15.2      12.7        8.1
                1978       14.5      13.1        7.6
                1979       12.9      11.9          7
                1980       14.1      12.8        6.7
                1981       13.3      11.4        6.7
                1982       13.8      11.9        7.5
                1983       15.6        14          8
                1984       16.7      14.2          8
                1985       17.4      13.9        8.7
                1986       18.8      15.1        9.1
                1987         19      15.7        9.6
                1988       19.6        16        9.7
                1989       19.3      15.4        9.8
                1990       19.7      16.8         10
                1991       20.2      16.6       10.3
                1992       21.2      16.3       10.6
                1993       21.2      16.4       10.5
                1994       20.7      15.8       10.7
                1995       20.6      15.8       10.5
                1996       20.1      15.5       10.4
                1997       21.7      15.5       10.8
                1998       22.1      15.6       10.9
                1999       23.1      15.5       11.1
                2000       22.8      15.7       11.1
                2001       19.9      15.7       10.7
                2002       20.8        16         11
                2003       20.8      16.9         11
                2004         20      17.1         11
                2005       20.5      17.1       11.1
                2006       20.6      16.9       11.1
                2007       19.9      16.9       10.7

           Source: Derived from Statistics Canada, 2002. Agriculture Economic Statistics . Cat 21-012-XIE. Updated May 200
to Total Expenses (Including Depreciation) (%), NS, PEI, and Canada




Cat 21-012-XIE. Updated May 2008.
           Table NC-4r - Number and Proportion (%) of Farm Operators, Three Age Categories, NS
Contents                  Under 35 years        Aged 35 to 54       Aged 55 and over
             Year     Number Proportion Number Proportion Number Proportion
                1961      1,083          8.7    5,844         46.7     5,591       44.7
                1971        602           10    2,776         46.2     2,630       43.8
                1976        769         14.2    2,417         44.5     2,248       41.4
                1981        868         17.2    2,352         46.6     1,825       36.2
                1991        870         16.8    2,610         50.5     1,690       32.7
                1996        765         13.4    3,080         53.8     1,880       32.8
                2001        480          9.4    2,675         52.7     1,930         38
                2006        360          7.1    2,425         47.5     2,310       45.3
           Table NC-4s - Number and Proportion (%) of Farm Operators, Three Age Categories, PEI
Contents                Under 35 years      Aged 35 to 54      Aged 55 and over
             Year     Number Proportion Number Proportion Number Proportion
                1961         -          -        -          -          -        -
                1971       645       14.2    2,117       46.6     1,781      39.2
                1976       553         15    1,718       46.7     1,406      38.2
                1981       642       20.4    1,453       46.1     1,059      33.6
                1991       630       20.1    1,460       46.6     1,040      33.2
                1996       490       16.7    1,520       54.9       925      31.6
                2001       265       10.8    1,390       56.6       800      32.6
                2006       210          9    1,205       51.7       910      39.1

           Sources for Tables 16 and 17: Derived from Statistics Canada. n.d. Who’s minding Atlantic Canada’s farms? Censu
           http://www.statcan.ca:80/english/agcensus2001/first/profiles/01atl.htm#top (Accessed December 2003);
           Marketing Branch, PEI Department of Agriculture. 1982. An Economic Profile of the Agricultural Industry of Prince E
Categories, PEI




ding Atlantic Canada’s farms? Census 2001 release.
cessed December 2003);
of the Agricultural Industry of Prince Edward Island; Statistics Canada. 1982. 1981 Census of Canada. Agriculture. Cat. No.96-904; Statistics
Agriculture. Cat. No.96-904; Statistics Canada Census of Agriculture.
           Table NC-4t - Absolute and Relative Farm Population, NS, PEI, Canada

Contents                    Nova Scotia           Prince Edward Island        Canada
                                   Farm as                                    Farm as
                                  percent of                   Farm as       percent of
                        Farm         total        Farm      percent of total    total
             Year     population population     population    population     population
               1931       177.69           34.6      55.48                63          31.7
               1941       143.71           24.9      51.07              53.7          27.4
               1951       115.41             18      46.86              47.6          20.8
               1956        98.94           14.2        43.3             43.6          17.1
               1961        58.02            7.9      34.75              33.2          11.7
               1966        46.28            6.1      31.04              28.6           9.8
               1971        25.59            3.2      21.04              18.8           7.4
               1976        21.45            2.6      15.79              13.4           5.5
               1981        19.07            2.3      12.62              10.3           4.7
               1986        15.48            1.8      10.77               8.5             4
               1991        12.54            1.4        8.67              6.7           3.2
               1996        13.06            1.4        7.81              5.8             3
               2001        10.48            1.2        6.06              4.5           2.4

           Source: Derived from Statistics Canada. 2001. Table 14. Farm and non-farm populations, 1921-2001. Available a
arm populations, 1921-2001. Available at: http://www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/95F0303XIE/tables/html/agpop14.htm. Accessed Decembe
p14.htm. Accessed December 2003
           Table NC-4u - Percentage of Farms over 400 and 760 Acres, Canada, NS, and PEI
Contents                    Canada            Nova Scotia        Prince Edward

                     Farms > Farms > Farms > Farms > Farms > Farms >
             Year   400 acres 760 acres 400 acres 760 acres 400 acres 760 acres
               1976      36.1      18.9      15.2       3.8       9.5       1.8
               1981      36.3      20.1      15.8       3.7      12.7         3
               1986      31.4      22.5      18.1       4.3      15.5       3.8
               1991      38.9      23.5      18.8       4.7      19.9       5.1
               1996      37.5      23.1      17.4       4.7      22.8       7.7
               2001      38.8      24.4      19.4       5.4      25.9      10.7
               2006      38.5      24.8      20.4       6.5      26.5      12.1

           Sources: Derived from Statistics Canada. 1997. Historical Overview of Canadian Agriculture. Cat. No. 93-358-XPB
ian Agriculture. Cat. No. 93-358-XPB; and Statistics Canada; Statistics Canada. 2007. www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/95-629-XIE/1/1.3.htm
english/freepub/95-629-XIE/1/1.3.htm.
           Table NC-4v - Prevalence of Low Income, Men and Women, Canada, NS, and PEI
Contents                    Canada             Nova Scotia       Prince Edward Island
             Year    Male       Female    Male       Female     Male      Female
                1997       12.6      14.5       10.3       15.8       6.7          9.8
                2000        9.9      11.9        9.7       11.1       7.6          8.3

           Source: Colman, Ron. PEI Quality of Life Indicators.
           Table NC-4w - Major Agricultural Products (Animal) (%), by Cash Receipts Generated, NS and PEI
                                  Beef                Sheep /
Contents     Year    Province    cattle      Hogs      lamb     Chicken Turkey        Dairy
           1972      PEI             21.8       18.4          -        0.8         -     14.1
           2002      PEI              7.1        7.5          -          -         -     14.4
           1972      NS              14.5        9.2          -        9.1      0.9      27.4
           2002      NS               7.1        7.3       0.4        12.6      1.6      22.8
s Generated, NS and PEI

              Eggs
                  2.1
                  0.9
                    9
                  5.8
           Table NC-4x - Major Agricultural Products (Plant) (%), by Cash Receipts Generated, NS and PEI
                                                                               Nursery   Forest
Contents     Year    Province     Grain     Potatoes Vegetables       Fruit     plants products
                1972 PEI                 -         27          2.6         0.4         -        -
                2002 PEI               3.4       52.6          3.2         0.8         -        -
                1972 NS                  -        1.7          3.9         9.4       5.3      2.5
                2002 NS                1.6        2.6          5.3         8.3       8.8        6

           Source for Tables 21 and 22: Derived from Statistics Canada. 2004. Farm Cash Receipts. Agriculture Economic S
           Note: 'Major agricultural products' constitute the ones with the highest percentage of cash receipts, adding up to at l
           of total cash receipts. Therefore, the products do not add up to 100%. The tables show the proportion of each produ
           cash receipts, not volume of production. The percentage contribution changes from year to year.
nerated, NS and PEI
              Other
              crops
                   5.8
                   0.6
                     -
                     -

 Receipts. Agriculture Economic Statistics. Cat. No. 21-110-XIE Available from www.statcan.ca (accessed Feb 2004).
e of cash receipts, adding up to at least 90%
 show the proportion of each product's contribution to total
 m year to year.
sed Feb 2004).
           Table 1 - Share of Farmland in Various Land Uses (%), 1981 to 2006, NS and PEI
Contents                          Nova Scotia                     Prince Edward Island
                      Cultivated Pasture                  Cultivated Pasture
                                            Other land[1]                       Other land[2]
                1981           25        20            55          57        18            25
                1986           27        16            56          58        14            28
                1991           27        17            56          60        14            27
                1996           29        14            59          64        10            25
                2001           32        14            57          67        10            24
                2006           29        14            57          68        13            22


           [1] ‗Other land‘ includes forests, windbreaks, marshes, barnyards, and greenhouses.
           [2] ‗Other land‘ includes forests, windbreaks, marshes, barnyards, and greenhouses.
           Table 2 - Soil Organic Matter (%) on PEI Farms, 1998-2000
             Organic Matter (%)      Percentage of province-wide samples

Contents
                   1.5 - 2.0                          2.00%
                   2.1 - 2.5                          8.30%
                   2.6 - 3.0                         21.50%
                   3.1 - 3.5          24.70%
                   3.6 - 4.0          18.00%
                     > 4.0            25.70%           68% above 3%


           Source: PEI Department of Agriculture and Forestry 2003. Report on Soil Quality. Corner Post May 26(4):4
ty. Corner Post May 26(4):4
           Table 4aa - Time Use Activity of Farm Population
                                                  Average of farm
Contents                                            population
                   Time use activity                          Hours per day on average
           Leisure time                                          2.45
           Active leisure (e.g. playing sports)                     0.35


           Television and reading                                    1.2
           Socializing                                              0.55
           Working (paid and unpaid)                                 11
           Portion of work that is paid                             7.15
           Civic and volunteer work                                  0.5


           Source: Martz & Brueckner (2003:48)
            Average of peer Canadian
                  population
Hours per day on average
                                       4.65
                                       0.75


                                       2.15
                                        1.6
                                       9.35
                                         5
                                       0.35
           Table 4ab - New Entrants to Nova Scotia Agriculture (─ estimates based on farm loan users)
Contents     Year       New entrants estimate     Target
             1993                34
             1994                37
             1995                40
             1996                14
             1997                27
             1998                32
            2000-01              49
            2001-02              56
            2002-03              47
            2003-04              30                 50
            2004-05              39                 50
            2005-06              36                 50

           Source: NSFA 1998; Nova Scotia Farm Loan Board 2006
           Table 4ac - Concentration of Dairy Farming in Nova Scotia, 1976-2006
             Year     Number of farms Total number of Average number of Farms with dairy as a
                       reporting dairy     dairy cows       dairy cows per      % of total NS farms
                                                            farm reporting
Contents
             2006                    346             21,791                    63                    10.9
             2001                    443             23,918                    54                    11.3
             1996                    619             26,623                    43                    13.9
             1991                    818             28,913                    35                    20.6
             1986                  1,031             34,122                    33                    24.1
             1981                  1,427             36,237                    25                    28.3
             1976                  1,999             38,582                    19                    36.8

           Sources: Statistics Canada. 1997. Historical Overview of Canadian Agriculture. Cat No. 93-358-XPB; Statistics Can
           Farm Data and Farm Operator Data, catalogue no. 95-629-XWE, available at: www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/95-6
o. 93-358-XPB; Statistics Canada, 2006 Census of Agriculture,
tatcan.ca/english/freepub/95-629-XIE/6/6.1-10_A.htm.
           Table 4ad - Concentration of Dairy Farming in PEI, 1976-2006
             Year      Number of farms Total number of Average number of Farms with dairy as
                        reporting dairy     dairy cows        dairy cows per    a % of total PEI
Contents                                                      farm reporting        farms
             2006                  254.0           13097.0                 52.0                14.9
             2001                  359.0           14623.0                 41.0                19.5
             1996                  482.0           16353.0                 34.0                21.7
             1991                  649.0           18318.0                 28.0                27.5
             1986                  877.0           21805.0                 25.0                31.0
             1981                 1176.0           24106.0                 20.0                37.3
             1976                 1732.0           25611.0                 15.0                47.1

           Sources: Statistics Canada. 1997. Historical Overview of Canadian Agriculture. Cat No. 93-358-XPB; Statistics 2006
           Farm Data and Farm Operator Data, catalogue no. 95-629-XWE, available at: www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/95-6
No. 93-358-XPB; Statistics 2006 Census of Agriculture,
statcan.ca/english/freepub/95-629-XIE/6/6.1-10_A.htm.
           Table 4ae - Concentration of Poultry Farming in NS, 1976-2006
           Year         Number of farms      Total number of      Average number of
                        reporting poultry    hens & chickens     hens & chickens per
Contents                                                            farm reporting
             2006                       527          4,248,495                    8,061
             2001                       560          4,084,846                    7,294
             1996                       483          3,558,559                    7,368
             1991                       640          3,616,704                    5,651
             1986                       792          3,050,298                    3,851
             1981                     1305           3,435,103                    2,632
             1976                     1384           2,992,860                    2,162

           Source: Statistics Canada. 1997. Historical Overview of Canadian Agriculture. Cat No. 93-358-XPB; Statistics 2006
           Farm Data and Farm Operator Data, catalogue no. 95-629-XWE, available at: www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/95-6
             Farms with poultry as a %
                 of total NS farms

                                     13.9
                                     14.3
                                     10.8
                                     16.1
                                     18.5
                                     25.9
                                     25.5

culture. Cat No. 93-358-XPB; Statistics 2006 Census of Agriculture,
able at: www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/95-629-XIE/6/6.5-1_A.htm
           Table 4af - Concentration of Poultry Farming in PEI, 1976-2006
           Year        Number of farms Total number of Average number of Farms with poultry as a
                       reporting poultry hens & chickens hens & chickens per % of total PEI farms
Contents                                                       farm reporting
             2006                    152           447,061                 2,941                8.9
             2001                    169           365,182                                      9.2
             1996                    154           352,488                 2,289                6.9
             1991                    298           429,724                                     12.6
             1986                    428           275,656                   644               15.1
             1981                    694           222,729                   321                 22
             1976                    887           268,252                   302               24.1

           Source: Statistics Canada. 1997. Historical Overview of Canadian Agriculture. Cat No. 93-358-XPB; Statistics 2006
           Farm Data and Farm Operator Data, catalogue no. 95-629-XWE, available at: www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/95-6
3-358-XPB; Statistics 2006 Census of Agriculture,
can.ca/english/freepub/95-629-XIE/6/6.5-1_A.htm
           Table 4ag - Incidence (%) of Low Income in Rural Regions, 1980-95
Contents                  1980          1985         1990         1995       80-95 average
           PEI              17.70%        15.50%       12.90%        15.20%          15.30%
           Nova             17.30%        17.70%       15.50%        19.40%          17.50%
           Scotia
           Canada           16.20%        17.30%       13.80%        16.30%          15.90%


           Source: Singh (2002). Rural Income Disparities in Canada.
           Table 4ah - Equality of Income, Canada and Provinces
Contents   Average Disposable Household Income Ratios, 1980-98
                      Richest 20%: Poorest 20%
                             1980           1990                1998
           Canada              8.2            7.1                 8.5
           NF                  7.6            5.8                 7.3
           PEI                 7.4            6.2                 6.7
           NS                  7.1            6.2                 8.5
           NB                  6.7            6.1                   7
           QC                  7.6            6.9                 7.9
           ON                  7.8            7.1                 8.3
           MN                  8.8            6.7                 7.6
           SK                  8.1            7.3                 7.4
           AB                  9.1            7.4                10.4
           BC                  9.3            7.6                   8

           Source: Statistics Canada, Income in Canada 2000. Catalogue no. 75-202-XIE
           Table 4ai - Portion of Grocery Retailers’ Purchases from Atlantic Canadian Suppliers (Growers and Process
             Grocery        Average of leading retailers   Co-op Atlantic
            department including Superstore, Sobey’s,
                                   Co-op Atlantic
Contents
           Meat                         23%                        63%
           Produce                      18%                        32%
           Dairy                        50%                        54%
           Seafood                      40%                        61%
           Frozen                       47%                        57%
           Bakery                       61%                        75%
           Deli                         36%                        75%
           Packaged                     10%                        22%

           Sources: Canadian Council of Grocery Distributors; the Co-op Atlantic column is from Co-op Atlantic flyer.
n Suppliers (Growers and Processors)




is from Co-op Atlantic flyer.
           Table 4aj - Portion and Dollar Amount of Grocery Retailers’ Purchases from Atlantic Canadian Suppliers (G
Contents          Total For Canadian Council of Grocery Distributors Stores
           Department     $ Value Of Purchases          Atlantic Canada Vendor
                          From Atlantic Canada          Purchases As % Of Total
                                Vendors
           Dairy                    $229,724,932                            49.70%
           Meat                     $128,576,277                            22.60%
           Produce                   $65,664,706                            17.70%
           Seafood                   $25,708,641                            40.00%
           Deli/HMR                  $34,742,775                            35.30%
           Bakery *                  $92,668,146                            60.90%
           Frozen                    $91,113,354                            47.30%
           Packaged                 $126,797,873                             9.70%
           Total                    $794,996,704                            24.70%

           Source: Canadian Council of Grocery Distributors
c Canadian Suppliers (Growers and Processors) ($2007)
           Table 4ak - Estimate of Farm Cash Receipts as a Percentage of Food Spending ($), Nova Scotia
Contents              A            B             C                D              E
             Year      Farm Cash      Inter-national   Inter-provincial Total Exports Cash Receipts,
                        Receipts         Exports           Exports          (B+C)     Domestic Sales
                                                                                         (A - D)
             1991      309,225,000        23,073,670       113,300,000    136,373,670    172,851,330
             1996      367,046,000        27,629,329       138,700,000    166,329,329    200,716,671
             2001      402,363,000        38,439,229       209,500,000    247,939,229    154,423,771
             2006      433,127,000        44,064,178       223,400,000    267,464,178    165,662,822
                                                        Genuine Progress Target

           Sources: Statistics Canada. Agriculture Economic Statistics, Food Consumption in Canada , Part I and II 2002.
           Notes:
                  ·     Payments (subsidies) are subtracted from Farm Cash Receipts.
                  ·     The latest inter-provincial export data available are for 2004, and are used here instead of 2006 data t
                  ·     Food spending for 2006 is estimated based on 2005 figures from Statistics Canada, Spending Pattern
g ($), Nova Scotia
             F                    G
                Amount NS    Proportion of Food Spending
              Spends On Food  That Goes To Farms (E/F)

                  1,705,223,585                         10.14%
                  1,927,902,184                         10.41%
                  2,048,940,468                          7.54%
                  2,301,799,113                          7.20%
                                         At least 50%

Canada , Part I and II 2002.


sed here instead of 2006 data to complete the estimate. Only 30% of the ―meat, fish, and dairy products‖ category is used, because we have
stics Canada, Spending Patterns in Canada .
s‖ category is used, because we have assumed here that about 70% of th
           Table 4al - Estimate of Farm Cash Receipts as a Percentage of Food Spending ($), PEI
Contents               A            B              C                D             E
             Year       Farm Cash Inter-national Inter-provincial Total Exports Cash Receipts,
                         Receipts      Exports         Exports         (B+C)       Domestic Sales
                                                                                      (A - D)
             1991       221,075,000     52,789,876      120,900,000   137,400,000       47,385,124
             1996       280,565,000     85,985,341     105,700,000    191,685,341       88,879,659
             2001       277,698,000     50,901,796     118,200,000    169,101,796     108,596,204
             2006       356,310,000     88,020,534     137,400,000    225,420,534     130,889,466
                                                     Genuine Progress Target
F             G
  Amount PEI  Proportion of Food Spending
Spends On Food That Goes To Farms (E/F)

    223,742,270                       21.18%
    276,798,665                       32.11%
    326,576,592                       33.25%
    360,093,370                       36.35%
                       At least 50%
           Table 4am - Imports as a Percentage of Net Supply, Canada, 1964-2006
                           1965      2006     Genuine Progress Target
Contents
           Fruits          71.60% 101.80% In season, less than 5 %
           Vegetables      21.90%    53.60% In season, less than 5 %
           Red Meat         3.00%    18.50%        Less than 5%
           Dairy            0.30%     1.70%        Less than 5%
           Poultry          1.60%    17.20%              ?
           Eggs             1.30%     8.20%              ?

           Source: Statistics Canada, Update table from Canada Food Stats, Sent by Marcel Boudreau, January 31, 2008. Or
udreau, January 31, 2008. Original data from Food Consumption in Canada Catalogue No. 32-229.
           Table NC-5a - Biomass (age 3+) of cod, haddock, and pollock stocks on Eastern Scotian Shelf, 1970-2006 (0
             Year         4VW Cod       4TVW Haddock 4VWX5Zc Pollock
Contents                                                     (Western)
                1970              30.4              32.7                n/a
                1971              52.1              22.4                 n/a
                1972              45.2              11.5                 n/a
                1973              84.4                9.4                n/a
                1974              17.3                7.0                n/a
                1975              16.4                8.4                n/a
                1976              26.5                8.6                n/a
                1977              47.0              15.0                 n/a
                1978              56.1              25.2                 n/a
                1979              80.8              34.5                 n/a
                1980              86.3              49.6                 n/a
                1981             146.0              46.9                 n/a
                1982             160.4              42.3                54.8
                1983             207.7              47.7                66.1
                1984             239.1              65.2                72.6
                1985             180.1              83.5                65.7
                1986             113.8              75.7                57.5
                1987             133.3              55.1                48.6
                1988              98.4              43.6                42.9
                1989              79.2              35.3                42.7
                1990              83.6              25.3                40.2
                1991              66.1              19.1                37.2
                1992              40.6              16.6                36.3
                1993              58.2              11.8                28.6
                1994              26.1              10.2                19.8
                1995              33.2              12.1                16.9
                1996              23.8              16.3                17.7
                1997              22.7              18.0                21.5
                1998              19.2              21.4                15.3
                1999              16.6              23.3                  9.8
                2000                6.7             22.8                10.9
                2001              10.2              28.9                14.0
                2002                4.7              n/a                19.7
                2003               n/a               n/a                24.3
                2004               n/a               n/a                29.7
                2005               n/a               n/a                31.0
                2006               n/a               n/a                32.8


           Sources: Fanning et al . (2003); Mohn et al . (1998); Mohn and Simon (2002); Stone et al . (2006).
ern Scotian Shelf, 1970-2006 (000s of metric tonnes)




e et al . (2006).
           Table NC-5b - Value of cod, haddock, and pollock stocks on Eastern Scotian Shelf, 1970-2006 (2007$ million
             Year         4VW Cod         4TVW Haddock      4VWX5Zc Pollock
Contents                                                        (Western)
                1972                31.0              15.5                 n/a
                1973                73.6              15.6                 n/a
                1974                16.9              11.6                 n/a
                1975                14.0              11.7                 n/a
                1976                23.2              13.0                 n/a
                1977                44.5              21.3                 n/a
                1978                54.1              33.4                 n/a
                1979                80.5              44.7                 n/a
                1980                79.0              61.5                 n/a
                1981               136.4              47.4                 n/a
                1982               142.6              42.8                32.5
                1983               165.0              55.9                32.5
                1984               172.7              84.8                31.9
                1985               146.8             115.7                29.8
                1986               113.6             114.9                36.9
                1987               196.6             120.7                43.8
                1988                96.7              70.0                23.3
                1989                74.4              56.2                28.8
                1990                91.9              41.6                30.5
                1991                82.0              37.0                29.6
                1992                49.8              31.2                34.2
                1993                81.6              26.1                21.5
                1994                47.0              26.7                17.9
                1995                64.1              29.3                19.4
                1996                42.9              32.8                17.3
                1997                40.2              34.6                22.3
                1998                36.6              46.5                16.4
                1999                36.0              54.5                11.5
                2000                14.0              51.4                10.9
                2001                19.5              59.5                13.3
                2002                 9.1                n/a               18.9
                2003                 n/a                n/a               21.2
                2004                 n/a                n/a               15.4
                2005                 n/a                n/a               18.3
                2006                 n/a                n/a               25.2


           Sources: DFO (2008a); DFO (2008b); Fanning et al. (2003); Mohn et al. (1998); Mohn and Simon (2002); Stone et
Shelf, 1970-2006 (2007$ millions)




ohn and Simon (2002); Stone et al. (2006).
           Table NC-5c - Lobster landings in Nova Scotia, 1972-2007 (metric tonnes)
Contents     Year    Landings
                1972      6,951
                1973      7,983
                1974      6,834
                1975      7,647
                1976      5,909
                1977      6,759
                1978      6,161
                1979      7,366
                1980      6,484
                1981      7,897
                1982      8,804
                1983     11,066
                1984     12,427
                1985     14,236
                1986     17,958
                1987     18,425
                1988     18,597
                1989     19,089
                1990     22,467
                1991     23,569
                1992     18,034
                1993     18,041
                1994     19,420
                1995     18,952
                1996     18,261
                1997     19,593
                1998     19,527
                1999     23,389
                2000     23,736
                2001     29,406
                2002     26,820
                2003     27,506
                2004     25,857
                2005     29,127
                2006     30,952
                2007     21,767


           DFO. 2008a. Canada Provincial Quantities, Commercial Landings, Seafisheries. DFO Statistical Services, Departm
s. DFO Statistical Services, Department of Fisheries and Oceans.
           Table NC-5d - Size trends across cod stocks in waters around Nova Scotia, 1960-2006 (kilograms)
Contents     Year        5Zjm       4X - Fundy   4X - Scotia      4VsW        Gulf
                1960           n/a          n/a            n/a         n/a         0.35
                1961           n/a          n/a            n/a         n/a         0.31
                1962           n/a          n/a            n/a         n/a         0.36
                1963           n/a          n/a            n/a         n/a         0.38
                1964           n/a          n/a            n/a         n/a         0.40
                1965           n/a          n/a            n/a         n/a         0.40
                1966           n/a          n/a            n/a         n/a         0.39
                1967           n/a          n/a            n/a         n/a         0.45
                1968           n/a          n/a            n/a         n/a         0.41
                1969           n/a          n/a            n/a         n/a         0.44
                1970           n/a          n/a            n/a         n/a         0.42
                1971           n/a          n/a            n/a        0.49         0.41
                1972           n/a          n/a            n/a        0.80         0.39
                1973           n/a          n/a            n/a        0.74         0.34
                1974           n/a          n/a            n/a        0.68         0.46
                1975           n/a          n/a            n/a        0.59         0.30
                1976           n/a          n/a            n/a        0.55         0.26
                1977           n/a          n/a            n/a        0.73         0.34
                1978          2.46          n/a            n/a        0.93         0.33
                1979          2.15          n/a            n/a        0.68         0.26
                1980          2.47          n/a            n/a        0.80         0.35
                1981          2.36          n/a            n/a        0.79         0.30
                1982          2.66          n/a            n/a        0.77         0.28
                1983          2.38         1.48           1.22        0.77         0.26
                1984          2.45         1.62           1.30        0.74         0.27
                1985          2.09         1.48           1.07        0.71         0.32
                1986          2.45         1.41           1.13        0.68         0.27
                1987          2.50         1.57           1.40        0.48         0.25
                1988          2.36         1.46           1.30        0.63         0.30
                1989          2.27         1.52           1.57        0.77         0.28
                1990          2.46         1.69           1.29        0.76         0.33
                1991          2.55         1.88           1.13        0.77         0.27
                1992          2.46         1.73           1.14        0.63         0.30
                1993          2.31         1.73           1.21        0.57         0.30
                1994          2.41         1.74           1.09        0.69         0.31
                1995          2.51         1.77           1.23        0.69         0.25
                1996          2.36         1.63           1.17        0.66         0.34
                1997          2.23         1.65           1.30        0.51         0.22
                1998          2.37         1.84           1.02        1.03         0.30
                1999          2.29         1.94           1.72        0.76         0.28
                2000          2.13         2.07           1.20        0.96         0.32
                2001          2.33         2.00           1.52        0.90         0.32
                2002          2.27         1.92           1.26         n/a         0.27
                2003          2.15         2.30           1.37         n/a         0.26
                2004          2.03         1.77           1.25         n/a         0.21
                2005          1.72         1.74           1.47         n/a         0.30
                2006          1.76          n/a            n/a         n/a         0.24


           Source: Clark and Perley (2006); Fanning et al . (2003); Gavaris et al. (2007); Swain et al. (2007).
960-2006 (kilograms)




n et al. (2007).
           Table NC-5e - Fish size trends for cod, pollock and herring in waters around Nova Scotia, 1965-2006 (kilogr
Contents      Year          5Zjm       4X - Fundy    4X - Scotia
                  1965           n/a            n/a          0.17
                  1966           n/a            n/a          0.17
                  1967           n/a            n/a          0.17
                  1968           n/a            n/a          0.15
                  1969           n/a            n/a          0.16
                  1970           n/a            n/a          0.17
                  1971          0.49            n/a          0.20
                  1972          0.80            n/a          0.19
                  1973          0.74            n/a          0.14
                  1974          0.68            n/a          0.18
                  1975          0.59            n/a          0.18
                  1976          0.55            n/a          0.16
                  1977          0.73            n/a          0.17
                  1978          0.93            n/a          0.18
                  1979          0.68            n/a          0.17
                  1980          0.80            n/a          0.17
                  1981          0.79            n/a          0.17
                  1982          0.77           3.46          0.17
                  1983          0.77           3.37          0.17
                  1984          0.74           3.01          0.19
                  1985          0.71           3.17          0.20
                  1986          0.68           3.10          0.18
                  1987          0.48           3.05          0.15
                  1988          0.63           3.10          0.15
                  1989          0.77           3.07          0.16
                  1990          0.76           2.89          0.16
                  1991          0.77           2.87          0.15
                  1992          0.63           2.62          0.15
                  1993          0.57           2.31          0.15
                  1994          0.69           2.16          0.13
                  1995          0.69           2.30          0.14
                  1996          0.66           2.35          0.14
                  1997          0.51           2.45          0.16
                  1998          1.03           2.36          0.13
                  1999          0.76           2.42          0.12
                  2000          0.96           2.48          0.14
                  2001          0.90           2.93          0.15
                  2002           n/a           2.53          0.15
                  2003           n/a           2.38          0.15
                  2004           n/a           2.21          0.14
                  2005           n/a           2.13          0.14
                  2006           n/a           2.08            n/a


           Sources: Fanning et al . (2003);Power et al. (2006); Stone et al. (2006)
nd Nova Scotia, 1965-2006 (kilograms)
           Table NC-5f - Mean trophic level (TL) in Nova Scotia Fisheries, 1972-2007
             Year         Mean TL       Mean TL Excluding        Mean TL       Mean TL Excluding
Contents                 (Landings)      Cod (Landings)      (Landed Value) Cod (Landed Value)
                1972             3.50                  3.30              3.30                3.10
                1973             3.50                  3.40              3.30                3.20
                1974             3.40                  3.20              3.30                3.20
                1975             3.30                  3.20              3.30                3.10
                1976             3.30                  3.10              3.30                3.20
                1977             3.20                  3.00              3.30                3.10
                1978             3.30                  3.00              3.30                3.10
                1979             3.40                  3.10              3.40                3.20
                1980             3.50                  3.20              3.40                3.20
                1981             3.50                  3.10              3.40                3.20
                1982             3.60                  3.20              3.50                3.20
                1983             3.60                  3.20              3.40                3.10
                1984             3.70                  3.30              3.30                3.10
                1985             3.60                  3.30              3.30                3.10
                1986             3.60                  3.20              3.20                2.90
                1987             3.50                  3.20              3.20                2.80
                1988             3.50                  3.20              3.10                2.80
                1989             3.40                  3.10              3.10                2.80
                1990             3.40                  3.10              3.10                2.80
                1991             3.40                  3.20              3.10                2.90
                1992             3.40                  3.20              3.10                2.80
                1993             3.20                  3.10              2.90                2.80
                1994             3.10                  3.00              2.80                2.70
                1995             3.00                  3.00              2.80                2.70
                1996             3.10                  3.10              2.80                2.70
                1997             3.10                  3.00              2.80                2.70
                1998             3.00                  3.00              2.80                2.70
                1999             3.00                  2.90              2.70                2.70
                2000             2.90                  2.80              2.70                2.60
                2001             2.90                  2.80              2.70                2.60
                2002             2.90                  2.80              2.60                2.60
                2003             2.80                  2.80              2.60                2.60
                2004             2.90                  2.80              2.60                2.60
                2005             2.90                  2.90              2.70                2.70
                2006             2.90                  2.90              2.70                2.70
                2007             2.90                  2.90              2.70                2.70


           Sources: DFO (2008a); DFO (2008b); Froese and Pauly (2008); Pauly and Christensen (1997); Pauly et al. (2001)
tensen (1997); Pauly et al. (2001)
           Table NC-5g - Employment in Nova Scotia fisheries, 1987-2007
Contents     Year        Number of Fishers
                1987                    8,400
                1988                   10,300
                1989                   11,200
                1990                   10,400
                1991                   11,700
                1992                   10,600
                1993                   10,000
                1994                    9,200
                1995                    8,500
                1996                    8,500
                1997                    8,500
                1998                    8,200
                1999                    8,700
                2000                    7,800
                2001                    7,000
                2002                    7,400
                2003                    8,600
                2004                    9,700
                2005                   10,100
                2006                    8,900
                2007                    8,600


           Source: Statistics Canada. 2008. Labour force survey estimates (LFS), by North American Industry Classification Sy
merican Industry Classification System (NAICS), sex and age group, annual (persons x 1,000)
           Table NC-5h - Fishery GDP for Nova Scotia, 1992-2007 (2007$ millions)
Contents     Year           GDP (2007$)
                1992                    480.7
                1993                    344.9
                1994                      299
                1995                    244.8
                1996                    255.9
                1997                    285.8
                1998                    315.4
                1999                    310.7
                2000                    308.8
                2001                    354.5
                2002                    330.8
                2003                      342
                2004                    289.6
                2005                    393.4
                2006                      382


           Source: Nova Scotia Department of Finance. 2008. Nova Scotia Statistical Review. Economics & Statistics Division
           (http://www.gov.ns.ca/finance/statistics/agency/publications/publications.asp?id=Pub21)
Economics & Statistics Division.
           Table NC-5i - Age distribution of Nova Scotian fishers, 1931-2006
Contents     Year          15-24          25-44     45-64
                1931               25.5         42      32.5
                1941               22.1       44.4      33.5
                1951               20.8       48.2        31
                1971               20.8       43.2      36.1
                1981               22.9       49.8      27.3
                1986               21.7       52.1      26.2
                1991               22.7       51.4      26.1
                2001                8.9       55.2      35.9
                2006               10.9       45.7      43.4


           Source: Statistics Canada, Census (multiple years)
           Table NC-5j - Total expenditures by DFO and NSDFA in Nova Scotia, 1995-2003
Contents     Year        DFO      NSDFA
                1995     249.59      9.795
                1996 220.436         7.472
                1997 197.906         7.471
                1998 187.769         7.719
                1999 192.058        10.342
                2000 252.838         7.843
                2001     242.76      9.119
                2002 240.025        11.045
                2003     216.55     10.356


           Source: Gardner Pinfold. 2005. Economic Value of the Nova Scotia Ocean Sector.
           (http://www.mar.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/pande/ecn/ns/e/ns-e.pdf)
           Table NC-5k - DFO’s national expenditures by category, 1996-2007 (2007$ millions)
             Year      Hydrography       Science        Habitat         Fisheries
Contents                                             Management       Management
                1996              45            169               60              333
                1997            42.9          158.1             62.8           413.3
                1998            41.6          142.3             58.9           273.4
                1999            39.5          157.8             79.4           521.8
                2000            37.5          155.9             91.2           511.5
                2001              40            169            150.4           464.5
                2002            46.3          176.9            112.4           409.1
                2003            40.9          197.2            111.4           346.8
                2004            36.4          185.4             98.8           298.5
                2005            37.7          178.4             95.2           311.1
                2006             n/a          260.4             92.5           371.1
                2007             n/a          220.2             74.7              364


           Source: Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat. 2008. Departmental Performance Reports.
           (http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/rma/dpr/dpr-rmr_e.asp)
           Table NC-5l - DFO and NSDFA expenditures as a proportion of the province’s fishery landed value, 1995-20
Contents     Year          DFO       NSDFA
                1995           0.487   0.019
                1996           0.473   0.016
                1997           0.387   0.015
                1998           0.346   0.014
                1999           0.303   0.016
                2000           0.359   0.011
                2001           0.309   0.012
                2002           0.297   0.014
                2003           0.256   0.012


           Sources: Gardner Pinfold. 2005. Economic Value of the Nova Scotia Ocean Sector.
           (http://www.mar.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/pande/ecn/ns/e/ns-e.pdf)
           DFO. 2008a. Canada Provincial Quantities, Commercial Landings, Seafisheries.
           DFO Statistical Services, Department of Fisheries and Oceans. (http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/communic/statistics/com
ishery landed value, 1995-2003




.gc.ca/communic/statistics/commercial/landings/seafisheries/index_e.htm)
           Table NC-5m - Nova Scotia groundfish prices per metric tonne, 1972-2007 (2007$)
Contents     Year      Cod     Haddock Pollock
                1972     685.1    1344.9      450.9
                1973     872.9    1666.3      493.5
                1974     979.6    1641.3      541.7
                1975     853.5    1389.6      517.2
                1976     874.7    1509.5      515.9
                1977     946.0    1414.8      515.9
                1978     963.2    1324.6      562.7
                1979     996.7    1295.7      624.1
                1980     915.3    1240.1      621.5
                1981     934.0    1010.6      593.5
                1982     888.9    1012.3      592.9
                1983     794.5    1171.9      491.5
                1984     722.4    1299.5      439.7
                1985     815.2    1384.8      453.6
                1986     998.7    1517.2      642.6
                1987    1475.3    2190.9      901.5
                1988     981.9    1606.7      542.7
                1989     938.6    1591.6      675.2
                1990    1099.5    1641.2      757.6
                1991    1239.9    1942.8      797.4
                1992    1226.4    1884.4      940.9
                1993    1402.6    2218.7      752.8
                1994    1801.9    2615.7      905.2
                1995    1930.3    2421.2    1148.6
                1996    1798.7    2006.3      975.0
                1997    1773.0    1924.8    1037.7
                1998    1903.9    2171.7    1066.7
                1999    2162.8    2342.5    1174.6
                2000    2088.6    2255.5    1000.0
                2001    1912.3    2056.3      951.0
                2002    1934.4    2095.6      957.1
                2003    1928.6    1957.3      873.8
                2004    1944.8    1320.6      518.4
                2005    2026.2    1370.2      589.1
                2006    2003.9    1596.1      766.9
                2007    2040.0    1449.8      818.5


           Sources:
           DFO. 2008a. Canada Provincial Quantities, Commercial Landings, Seafisheries.
           DFO Statistical Services, Department of Fisheries and Oceans. (http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/communic/statistics/com
           DFO. 2008b. Canada Provincial Values, Commercial Landings, Seafisheries.
           DFO Statistical Services, Department of Fisheries and Oceans. (http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/communic/statistics/com
-mpo.gc.ca/communic/statistics/commercial/landings/seafisheries/index_e.htm)

-mpo.gc.ca/communic/statistics/commercial/landings/seafisheries/index_e.htm)
           Table NC-6a - Top 10 Chemical Surface Water Discharges in Nova Scotia in 2004 by Mass (kg)
Contents                           Chemical Name
           Nitric acid and nitrate compounds
           Manganese (and its compounds)
           Phenol
           Acetaldehyde
           Zinc (and its compounds)
           Copper (and its compounds)
           Chloromethane
           Nickel (and its compounds)
           Vanadium (and its compounds)
           Lead (and its compounds) (reported under lower threshold)
           TOTAL


           Source: CEC (Commission for Environmental Cooperation). 2007. Taking Stock: North American Pollutant Release
           Commission for Environmental Cooperation. Montreal, Quebec.
er Discharges in Nova Scotia in 2004 by Mass (kg)
               2004 On-site surface water discharges (kg)
                                237,563
                                 2,579
                                 1,116
                                  539
                                  208
                                  140
                                   30
                                   18
                                   12
                                  1.12
                                242,206


 ooperation). 2007. Taking Stock: North American Pollutant Releases and Transfers 2004.
ontreal, Quebec.
           Table NC-6b - Exceedances of Health Standards for Water Supplies by Municipality and Population Served




                                                                                      Number of Municipalities and Population
Contents                                                                                meeting GCDWQ for Health Standards
                                         Pollutant                                     Municipalities
                                       2
                         TURBIDITY (Based on New Guidelines)                                 0
                                       TURBIDITY2
              (Based on Old Guidelines and Nova Scotia Water Approval limits)                 18
                                       ANTIMONY                                                1
                                        URANIUM                                                1
                                        MERCURY                                                1
                            TOTAL (Based on New Guidelines)                                    3
                            TOTAL (Based on Old Guidelines)                                   21


           Source: Nova Scotia Department of Environment

           Notes: 1. Health Standards for Bacteria and THMs are not included in the table and are evaluated by Indicators 2b a
           2c.
           2. Turbidity guidelines have changed since 2003 and now only apply to individual filter turbidity of surface water sup
           and groundwater under the direct influence of surface water. No exceedances of these new guidelines were identif
           Before 2003, the turbidity value of 1 NTU applied to all water sources for water leaving the treatment facility. For
           comparison to the previous water quality account and because Nova Scotia does include this 1 NTU value in munic
           water approvals as the standard to be met (i.e., stronger than guidelines) we have includes exceedances of this lim
           the table.
icipality and Population Served in Nova Scotia (2001)




er of Municipalities and Population Not
eting GCDWQ for Health Standards1
                       Population
                           0

                         59,453
                          1,500
                           400
                          3,000
                          4,900
                         64,353




nd are evaluated by Indicators 2b and

 filter turbidity of surface water supplies
f these new guidelines were identified.
 aving the treatment facility. For
  include this 1 NTU value in municipal
e includes exceedances of this limit in
           Table NC-6c - Exceedances of Asethetic Objectives for Water Supplies by Municipality and Population Serv



                                                  Number of Municipalities and Population Not meeting
Contents                                                  GCDWQ for Aesthetic Objectives
                        Pollutant                    Municipalities                 Population
                       TURBIDITY                            1                           650
                          IRON                              6                         40,350
                      MANGANESE                             5                         11,479
                        COLOR                              10                         56,625
                           pH                              13                        162,450
                         TOTAL                             23                        213,579


           Source: Nova Scotia Department of Environment
cipality and Population Served in Nova Scotia (2001)
           Table NC-6d - Area of Existing Wetlands in Nova Scotia (ha)
                  Type of Wetland               Wetland Classification      Total Area in Hectares
Contents                                                                             (ha)
                                                      Bog or Fen                   129,855
                                                       Swamp                       128,817
                Freshwater Wetlands
                                                        Marsh                       72,235
                                                         Fen                        25,509
                 Saltwater Wetlands                   Salt Marsh                    15,270
               Freshwater or Saltwater
                      Wetlands                       Open Water                     6,220
                                         TOTAL                                     377,906

           Source: Nova Scotia Natural Resources. 2007. Nova Scotia Wetland Inventory Database.
           Table NC-6e - Wild Atlantic Salmon Catches and Releases (1990, 1995, 2000 and 2005)
Contents              Caught       Kept
                1990     37,334     17,406
                1995     20,943      4,152
                2000     16,164      1,779
                2005     11,411      5,217

           Source: Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Surveys of Recreational Fishing in Canada. Website:
           http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/communic/statistics/recreational/canada/2005/index_e.htm
00 and 2005)




l Fishing in Canada. Website:
           Table NC-6f - Brook Trout Catches and Releases (1990, 1995, 2000 and 2005)
Contents                 Caught         Kept
                1990      2,035,523    1,243,482
                1995      1,324,900      632,332
                2000      1,560,416      602,143
                2005      1,351,559      514,449

           Source: Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Surveys of Recreational Fishing in Canada. Website:
           http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/communic/statistics/recreational/canada/2005/index_e.htm
g in Canada. Website:
Table 051-0001 - Estimates of population, by age group and sex, Canada, provinces and territories, annual (persons)
Survey or program details:
Estimates of Population by Age and Sex for Canada, Provinces and Territories - 3604

Geography         Canada        Newfoundland         Prince       Nova         New Brunswick Quebec
                                and Labrador         Edward       Scotia
                                                     Island

Sex               Both sexes Both sexes              Both sexes Both sexes Both sexes               Both sexes

Age Group         All ages      All ages             All ages     All ages     All ages             All ages
(Persons) (5,6)
          1971     21,961,999              530,851      112,591      797,291              642,469     6,137,306
          1972     22,218,475              539,125      113,461      802,257              648,770     6,174,216
          1973     22,491,757              545,560      114,620      812,384              656,719     6,213,149
          1974     22,807,918              549,599      115,961      818,745              664,741     6,268,572
          1975     23,143,192              556,488      117,723      826,540              677,003     6,330,304
          1976     23,449,791              562,640      118,647      835,172              689,494     6,396,767
          1977     23,725,921              565,300      120,031      839,728              695,782     6,431,717
          1978     23,963,370              567,700      121,714      844,549              699,534     6,440,203
          1979     24,201,801              570,124      122,998      849,219              703,182     6,466,439
          1980     24,516,071              572,891      123,726      852,860              706,078     6,507,000
          1981     24,820,393              574,775      123,741      854,646              706,325     6,547,705
          1982     25,117,442              574,597      123,859      859,965              708,230     6,579,290
          1983     25,366,969              579,581      125,446      869,155              715,358     6,602,318
          1984     25,607,651              580,181      126,614      877,150              721,020     6,631,212
          1985     25,842,736              579,297      127,664      885,094              723,693     6,665,702
          1986     26,101,155              576,495      128,413      889,326              725,154     6,708,468
          1987     26,448,855              575,158      128,573      893,457              727,880     6,782,537
          1988     26,795,383              574,989      129,279      897,386              730,358     6,839,030
          1989     27,281,795              576,388      130,077      903,852              735,222     6,928,690
          1990     27,697,530              578,037      130,539      909,637              740,120     7,003,876
          1991     28,031,394              579,518      130,306      915,102              745,528     7,064,586
          1992     28,366,737              580,029      130,778      919,571              748,103     7,108,000
          1993     28,681,676              579,939      132,142      924,029              748,812     7,155,273
          1994     28,999,006              574,469      133,416      926,959              750,203     7,191,884
          1995     29,302,091              567,442      134,407      928,193              750,979     7,219,446
          1996     29,610,757              559,807      135,751      931,413              752,312     7,246,896
          1997     29,907,172              551,011      136,109      932,481              752,543     7,274,630
          1998     30,157,082              539,932      135,819      931,907              750,551     7,295,973
          1999     30,403,878              533,409      136,296      933,847              750,611     7,323,308
          2000     30,689,035              528,043      136,486      933,881              750,518     7,357,029
          2001     31,021,251              521,986      136,672      932,389              749,890     7,396,990
          2002     31,372,587              519,449      136,934      934,507              750,327     7,445,745
          2003     31,676,077              518,428      137,325      936,513              751,222     7,494,690
          2004     31,995,199              517,303      137,862      937,960              752,040     7,548,984
          2005     32,312,077              514,144      138,188      935,990              751,319     7,598,034
          2006     32,649,482              509,940      138,027      935,050              749,225     7,651,033
          2007     32,976,026              506,275      138,627      934,147              749,782     7,700,807

Source: Statistics Canada
Footnotes
1   Postcensal estimates are based on the latest census results adjusted for net census undercoverage and for th
2   Estimates are revised intercensal from 1971 to 1995; final intercensal from 1996 to 2000; final postcensal for
3   Population estimates for Northwest Territories and Nunavut are provided separately from July 1991.
4   Prior to July 1991, only estimates of population for Northwest Territories and Nunavut combined are available.
5   Age at last birthday in years.
6   Population estimates for persons aged 90 to 100 years and over will be available in October 2008.
tories, annual (persons)




             Ontario       Manitoba      Saskatchewan           Alberta       British       YukonNorthwest
                                                                              Columbia           Territories
                                                                                            Territory
                                                                                                 including
                                                                                                 Nunavut
             Both sexes Both sexes Both sexes                   Both sexes Both sexes Both sexes Both sexes

             All ages      All ages      All ages               All ages      All ages      All ages      All ages

               7,849,002       998,874                932,037     1,665,717     2,240,472        18,991         36,398
               7,963,125     1,001,653                920,780     1,694,090     2,302,085        20,142         38,771
               8,075,533     1,007,356                911,936     1,725,327     2,367,272        21,148         40,753
               8,204,240     1,018,202                908,455     1,754,622     2,442,581        21,069         41,131
               8,319,738     1,024,969                917,411     1,808,690     2,499,569        21,908         42,849
               8,413,806     1,031,763                931,619     1,869,301     2,533,791        22,469         44,322
               8,505,692     1,038,008                944,801     1,947,657     2,569,702        22,838         44,665
               8,591,725     1,041,243                951,918     2,021,771     2,613,998        23,741         45,274
               8,662,661     1,037,389                959,519     2,097,565     2,662,990        23,990         45,725
               8,745,256     1,034,646                967,356     2,192,409     2,743,224        24,320         46,305
               8,811,312     1,036,433                975,867     2,294,198     2,823,933        23,903         47,555
               8,922,284     1,046,780                987,274     2,368,258     2,872,920        24,470         49,515
               9,041,672     1,061,075              1,001,872     2,390,376     2,905,476        23,616         51,024
               9,171,902     1,071,865              1,015,494     2,390,102     2,945,635        23,912         52,564
               9,297,550     1,082,270              1,025,469     2,402,956     2,974,277        24,362         54,402
               9,438,132     1,091,682              1,029,270     2,430,935     3,004,104        24,479         54,697
               9,644,258     1,098,024              1,032,745     2,435,326     3,050,160        25,700         55,037
               9,842,215     1,102,035              1,028,012     2,454,427     3,115,357        26,608         55,687
              10,107,519     1,103,560              1,019,222     2,495,247     3,197,880        27,111         57,027
              10,297,875     1,105,668              1,007,114     2,547,166     3,290,814        27,774         58,910
              10,428,132     1,109,614              1,002,686     2,592,626     3,373,464        28,907         60,930
              10,569,806     1,112,696              1,003,956     2,632,907     3,468,445        30,112         62,412
              10,688,391     1,117,621              1,006,854     2,667,448     3,567,406        30,357         63,549
              10,818,251     1,123,229              1,009,521     2,700,682     3,675,699        29,695         65,157
              10,949,976     1,129,146              1,014,126     2,734,515     3,777,004        30,445         66,575
              11,083,052     1,134,188              1,019,100     2,775,163     3,874,276        31,383         67,570
              11,228,284     1,136,137              1,018,067     2,830,056     3,948,544        31,791         67,787
              11,367,018     1,137,515              1,017,506     2,899,452     3,983,077        31,142         67,338
              11,506,359     1,142,491              1,014,707     2,953,255     4,011,342        30,777
              11,685,380     1,147,373              1,007,767     3,004,940     4,039,198        30,421
              11,897,647     1,151,285              1,000,134     3,056,739     4,078,447        30,129
              12,102,045     1,155,584                995,886     3,116,332     4,115,413        30,137
              12,262,560     1,161,896                994,732     3,161,371     4,155,370        30,574
              12,420,289     1,170,555                994,898     3,208,173     4,203,807        30,875
              12,565,446     1,174,150                990,044     3,280,728     4,260,246        31,051
              12,705,328     1,178,492                987,520     3,370,600     4,320,255        31,211
              12,803,861     1,186,679                996,869     3,473,984     4,380,256        30,989
t census undercoverage and for the estimated population growth that occurred since that census. Intercensal estimates are based on
1996 to 2000; final postcensal for 2001 and 2002; updated postcensal for 2003 and 2004 and preliminary postcensal for 2005.
parately from July 1991.
 Nunavut combined are available.

lable in October 2008.
Northwest       Nunavut
Territories


Both sexes      Both sexes

All ages        All ages




       38,746        22,179
       39,431        22,903
       39,829        23,575
       40,580        24,418
       41,427        24,985
       41,748        25,668
       41,635        25,884
       40,816        26,374
       40,654        26,822
       40,499        27,500
       40,822        28,121
       41,489        28,739
       42,231        29,165
       42,822        29,631
       42,724        30,013
       42,401        30,400
       42,637        31,113
ercensal estimates are based on
nary postcensal for 2005.
           Table HI-1a - Total greenhouse gas emissions (kilotonnes of CO 2 equivalents), Canada, provinces and territ
                       Canada       Nfld.    P.E.I.    N.S.       N.B.       Que.       Ont.
Contents
                1990    592,000      9,390       1,960     19,000     15,900     82,700    174,000
                1995    642,000      8,190       1,890     18,600     16,800     79,400    174,000
                1996    660,000      8,720       2,130     18,900     16,500     83,300    182,000
                1997    673,000      9,230       2,170     19,500     19,100     83,200    186,000
                1998    679,000     11,800       2,150     19,800     20,100     85,100    187,000
                1999    692,000      9,330       2,140     20,300     19,200     84,800    191,000
                2000    718,000      8,650       2,180     20,900     19,900     81,900    199,000
                2001    710,000      9,420       2,060     20,100     22,100     79,900    192,000
                2002    717,000     11,500       2,090     19,500     20,900     82,500    197,000
                2003    741,000     10,900       2,190     21,700     20,600     87,300    202,000
                2004    743,000     10,000       2,230     22,700     21,200     87,400    197,000
                2005    734,000      9,900       2,160     21,700     20,900     83,600    198,000
                2006    721,000      9,390       2,050     19,600     17,900     81,700    190,000
                2007
                2008
                2009
                2010

           Source: Data for provinces from 1996-1999 is from National Inventory Report: Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks
           Available at: http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/ghg/inventory_report/2005_report/tdm-toc_eng.cfm
           Data for Canada, and for provinces for 1990, 1995, and 2000 - 2006 is from National Inventory Report: Greenhouse
           Available at http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/ghg/inventory_report/2006_report/tdm-toc_eng.cfm
ents), Canada, provinces and territories
               Man.      Sask.        Alta.     B.C.       Yuk.     N.W.T. &
                                                                      Nnvt.
                18,800      44,000   172,000    48,900        538       1,490
                19,900      59,800   200,000    57,100        547       1,840
                19,800      61,000   203,000    61,100        610       1,960
                19,400      63,400   206,000    59,300        581       1,670
                19,700      63,800   208,000    60,100        508       1,510
                19,600      64,100   215,000    62,100        518       1,321
                21,400      67,300   226,000    61,300        445       1,575
                20,000      66,600   227,000    60,800        433       2,112
                20,600      67,500   227,000    59,300        444       1,737
                21,300      69,900   234,000    61,300        446       1,626
                21,400      72,300   234,000    65,600        414       1,512
                21,000      72,900   231,000    64,400        398         991
                21,200      72,000   234,000    62,300        394       1,289




Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks in Canada 1990-2005 - Annex 8 (Table A8-2) and Annex 11 (Table A11-3 - A11-25)

ational Inventory Report: Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks in Canada 1990-2006 - Annex 8 (Table A8-2) and Annex 11 (Table A11-3 - A1
e A11-3 - A11-25)

8-2) and Annex 11 (Table A11-3 - A11-25)
           Table HI-1b - Per capita greenhouse gas emissions (tonnes of CO2 equivalents), Canada, provinces and terr
                       Canada       Nfld.    P.E.I.    N.S.       N.B.      Que.      Ont.
Contents
                1990        21.4       16.2       15.0       20.9       21.5       11.8        16.9
                1995        21.9       14.4       14.1       20.0       22.4       11.0        15.9
                1996        22.3       15.6       15.7       20.3       21.9       11.5        16.4
                1997        22.5       16.8       15.9       20.9       25.4       11.4        16.6
                1998        22.5       21.9       15.8       21.2       26.8       11.7        16.5
                1999        22.8       17.5       15.7       21.7       25.6       11.6        16.6
                2000        23.4       16.4       16.0       22.4       26.5       11.1        17.0
                2001        22.9       18.0       15.1       21.6       29.5       10.8        16.1
                2002        22.9       22.1       15.3       20.9       27.9       11.1        16.3
                2003        23.4       21.0       15.9       23.2       27.4       11.6        16.5
                2004        23.2       19.3       16.2       24.2       28.2       11.6        15.9
                2005        22.7       19.3       15.6       23.2       27.8       11.0        15.8
                2006        22.1       18.4       14.9       21.0       23.9       10.7        15.0
                2007
                2008
                2009
                2010


           Source: Data for provinces from 1996-1999 is from National Inventory Report: Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks
           Available at: http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/ghg/inventory_report/2005_report/tdm-toc_eng.cfm
           Data for Canada, and for provinces for 1990, 1995, and 2000 - 2006 is from National Inventory Report: Greenhouse
           Available at http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/ghg/inventory_report/2006_report/tdm-toc_eng.cfm
           Population estimates from CANSIM Table 051-0001
alents), Canada, provinces and territories
               Man.      Sask.        Alta.     B.C.       Yuk.      N.W.T. &
                                                                       Nnvt.
                   17.0       43.7       67.5      14.9       19.4        25.3
                   17.6       59.0       73.1      15.1       18.0        27.6
                   17.5       59.9       73.1      15.8       19.4        29.0
                   17.1       62.3       72.8      15.0       18.3        24.6
                   17.3       62.7       71.7      15.1       16.3        22.4
                   17.2       63.2       72.8      15.5       16.8        19.6
                   18.7       66.8       75.2      15.2       14.6        23.2
                   17.4       66.6       74.3      14.9       14.4        30.6
                   17.8       67.8       72.8      14.4       14.7        24.7
                   18.3       70.3       74.0      14.8       14.6        22.8
                   18.3       72.7       72.9      15.6       13.4        20.9
                   17.9       73.6       70.4      15.1       12.8        13.6
                   18.0       72.9       69.4      14.4       12.6        17.7




Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks in Canada 1990-2005 - Annex 8 (Table A8-2) and Annex 11 (Table A11-3 - A11-25)

ational Inventory Report: Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks in Canada 1990-2006 - Annex 8 (Table A8-2) and Annex 11 (Table A11-3 - A1
e A11-3 - A11-25)

8-2) and Annex 11 (Table A11-3 - A11-25)
           Table HI-1c - Greenhouse gas emissions by sector (kilotonnes of CO2 equivalents), Nova Scotia
Contents         Greenhouse Gas Source Category         1990          1995          1996
           Energy                                         17,500         17,000       17,100
            Stationary Combustion Sources                 11,300         11,100       11,200
              Electricity Generation                        6,810         6,870        7,100
              Fossil Fuel Industries                          660           640          400
              Manufacturing                                   721           872          801
              Construction                                   49.2          34.7         28.5
              Commercial and Institutional                    790           797          809
              Residential                                   2,100         1,600        1,800
            Transportation                                  5,000         5,100        5,100
              Road transport                                3,170         3,500        3,550
              Rail                                              70            40           30
              Marine                                          610           570          570
              Domestic aviation                               390           370          350
              Others                                          700           600          500
           Fugitive Sources                                 1,170           835          835
           Industrial Processes                               272           319          275
           Solvent and Other Product Use                       5.7           6.6          6.7
           Agriculture                                        500           520          530
           Waste                                              710           700        1,000
           Total                                          19,000         18,600       18,900

           Source: Data for 1996-1999 is from National Inventory Report: Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks in Canada 199
           Available at: http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/ghg/inventory_report/2005_report/tdm-toc_eng.cfm
           Data for 1990, 1995, and 2000 - 2006 is from National Inventory Report: Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks in Ca
           Available at http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/ghg/inventory_report/2006_report/tdm-toc_eng.cfm
           Data for electricity generation emissions for 1990, 1995, and 2000 - 2006 is from 2006 inventory report, Table A9-4,
uivalents), Nova Scotia
                1997            1998           1999           2000          2001           2002          2003
                  17,700          17,900         18,400         19,400        18,800         18,000        20,200
                  11,800          12,100         12,400         13,500        13,000         12,200        13,800
                   7,530           7,800          8,060          8,800         8,490          7,260         6,850
                     380             630            530            990           940          1,200         1,600
                     758             776            800            663           511            691           631
                    29.9            35.1              32          27.2          36.6           54.3          51.5
                     946             750            865            903         1,050          1,020         1,260
                   1,900           1,800          1,800          1,800         1,800          1,800         1,800
                   5,200           5,300          5,800          5,600         5,400          5,500         6,000
                   3,500           3,330          3,680          3,490         3,530          3,550         3,660
                       40              40             60             70            70             80          200
                     600             660            720            670           530            490           680
                     340             340            360            350           320            350           370
                     700           1,000            900          1,000           900          1,000         1,000
                     692             513            338            336           354            355           348
                     226             357            313            286           195            285           323
                        7             6.4            6.6            7.4           6.4            4.9           6.5
                     520             510            500            500           480            500           510
                   1,000           1,000          1,000            680           670            670           670
                  19,500          19,800         20,300         20,900        20,100         19,500        21,700

as Sources and Sinks in Canada 1990-2005 - Annex 11 - Table A11-3

nhouse Gas Sources and Sinks in Canada 1990-2006 - Annex 11 - Table A11-3

om 2006 inventory report, Table A9-4, electricity generation emissions for 1996 - 1999 from 2005 inventory report, Table A9-4
                 2004        2005        2006       2007   2008   2009   2010
                   21,300      20,400     18,400
                   15,100      14,100     12,600
                    7,290       7,310      6,140
                    1,100         970        950
                      598         471        462
                     54.1        38.1       31.3
                    1,950       1,990      1,760
                    1,300       1,100      1,100
                    6,200       6,300      5,700
                    3,750       3,750      3,860
                      100         100        100
                      770         860        590
                      490         540        430
                    1,000       1,000        700
                     75.6        74.6       70.8
                      296         254        224
                       6.2         5.2        9.2
                      510         500        480
                      600         540        520
                   22,700      21,700     19,600




ory report, Table A9-4
           Table HI-2a - Road passenger kilometres (millions), Canada, provinces and territories
                       Canada     Nfld.     P.E.I.      N.S.       N.B.      Que.       Ont.
Contents
                1990   418,268      7,182      2,112     15,805    13,944     96,240   164,730
                1991   419,273      7,102      2,111     16,160    13,079     92,363   165,662
                1992   435,651      7,399      2,156     16,701    13,279     96,046   171,935
                1993   445,666      7,488      2,195     17,291    13,717     99,335   174,844
                1994   460,899      7,467      2,312     17,683    14,249    102,727   177,735
                1995   465,344      7,391      2,394     18,126    13,996    103,655   180,170
                1996   454,309      7,417      2,410     17,667    14,129    102,859   177,028
                1997   476,017      7,259      2,431     17,879    14,498    104,630   186,711
                1998   489,448      7,239      2,499     18,187    15,025    107,003   191,967
                1999   491,583      7,570      2,653     19,062    14,960    107,581   198,436
                2000   490,611      7,536      2,586     18,113    14,540    106,083   200,862
                2001   495,388      7,444      2,493     18,008    14,557    106,892   201,063
                2002   510,353      7,688      2,709     18,392    15,079    110,795   208,643
                2003   518,934      7,803      2,785     18,888    15,300    114,511   213,105
                2004   525,198      7,368      2,860     18,945    15,217    114,631   217,290
                2005   527,117      7,724      2,907     18,727    15,216    114,312   221,896
                2006   523,848      7,442      2,885     18,810    15,026    112,688   217,178
                2007
                2008
                2009
                2010

           Source: Natural Resources Canada 2006 Comprehensive Energy Use Database – Canada and Provinces, Table 1
nd territories
                 Man.     Sask.       Alta.    B.C. and
                                                 Terr.
                 14,264    12,835     45,001      46,154
                 15,251    14,242     44,244      49,059
                 15,627    15,305     46,517      50,686
                 15,510    16,082     45,843      53,361
                 16,171    17,157     49,099      56,298
                 16,590    16,378     48,944      57,700
                 15,445    16,259     46,884      54,211
                 15,508    15,756     50,859      60,486
                 15,943    16,323     52,348      62,914
                 16,110    16,367     50,463      58,380
                 15,384    16,616     51,151      57,740
                 14,896    15,952     55,385      58,696
                 15,517    17,065     55,930      58,535
                 15,836    18,093     53,677      58,935
                 16,023    17,500     53,577      61,787
                 14,805    17,697     55,466      58,366
                 15,489    18,865     57,412      58,053




se – Canada and Provinces, Table 12
           Table HI-2b - Road passenger kilometres per capita (thousands), Canada, provinces and territories
                       Canada     Nfld.     P.E.I.     N.S.       N.B.      Que.      Ont.
Contents
                1990       15.1      12.4       16.2      17.4       18.8      13.7       16.0
                1991       15.0      12.3       16.2      17.7       17.5      13.1       15.9
                1992       15.4      12.8       16.5      18.2       17.8      13.5       16.3
                1993       15.5      12.9       16.6      18.7       18.3      13.9       16.4
                1994       15.9      13.0       17.3      19.1       19.0      14.3       16.4
                1995       15.9      13.0       17.8      19.5       18.6      14.4       16.5
                1996       15.3      13.2       17.7      19.0       18.8      14.2       16.0
                1997       15.9      13.2       17.9      19.2       19.3      14.4       16.6
                1998       16.2      13.4       18.4      19.5       20.0      14.7       16.9
                1999       16.2      14.2       19.5      20.4       19.9      14.7       17.2
                2000       16.0      14.3       18.9      19.4       19.4      14.4       17.2
                2001       16.0      14.3       18.2      19.3       19.4      14.5       16.9
                2002       16.3      14.8       19.8      19.7       20.1      14.9       17.2
                2003       16.4      15.1       20.3      20.2       20.4      15.3       17.4
                2004       16.4      14.2       20.7      20.2       20.2      15.2       17.5
                2005       16.3      15.0       21.0      20.0       20.3      15.0       17.7
                2006       16.0      14.6       20.9      20.1       20.1      14.7       17.1
                2007
                2008
                2009
                2010

           Source: Natural Resources Canada 2006 Comprehensive Energy Use Database – Canada and Provinces, Table 1
 provinces and territories
              Man.        Sask.       Alta.     B.C. and
                                                  Terr.
                  12.9       12.7        17.7        13.7
                  13.7       14.2        17.1        14.2
                  14.0       15.2        17.7        14.2
                  13.9       16.0        17.2        14.6
                  14.4       17.0        18.2        14.9
                  14.7       16.2        17.9        14.9
                  13.6       16.0        16.9        13.6
                  13.7       15.5        18.0        14.9
                  14.0       16.0        18.1        15.4
                  14.1       16.1        17.1        14.2
                  13.4       16.5        17.0        14.0
                  12.9       15.9        18.1        14.1
                  13.4       17.1        17.9        13.9
                  13.6       18.2        17.0        13.8
                  13.7       17.6        16.7        14.3
                  12.6       17.9        16.9        13.4
                  13.1       19.1        17.0        13.1




se – Canada and Provinces, Table 12
           Table HI-2c - Nova Scotia road passenger kilometres (millions), by transportation mode
Contents               Small Car    Large Car    Truck        Bus       Motorcycle
                1990        7,053        4,085      3,575       1,011             81
                1991        7,815        4,198      3,113         967             67
                1992        8,142        4,203      3,332         961             63
                1993        8,499        4,253      3,538         941             60
                1994        8,623        4,232      3,729       1,041             58
                1995        8,810        4,262      3,908       1,090             57
                1996        8,456        4,068      4,076       1,006             61
                1997        8,429        4,054      4,295       1,051             49
                1998        8,391        4,034      4,585       1,112             65
                1999        8,621        4,135      5,119       1,135             54
                2000        7,875        3,779      5,280       1,117             61
                2001        8,103        3,881      5,002         969             53
                2002        8,204        3,936      5,217         974             61
                2003        8,275        4,023      5,579         957             53
                2004        8,159        4,020      5,785         915             66
                2005        7,922        3,957      5,809         960             79
                2006        7,889        4,009      5,908         915             90
                2007
                2008
                2009
                2010

           Source: Natural Resources Canada 2006 Comprehensive Energy Use Database – Nova Scotia, Tables 21, 22, 24,
Scotia, Tables 21, 22, 24, and 35
           Table HI-2d - Nova Scotia per capita road passenger kilometres, by transportation mode
Contents              Small Car Large Car     Truck      Bus     Motorcycle
                1990      7,754      4,491      3,930     1,111           89
                1991      8,540      4,587      3,401     1,057           73
                1992      8,854      4,571      3,624     1,045           68
                1993      9,198      4,603      3,829     1,018           65
                1994      9,302      4,565      4,023     1,124           63
                1995      9,491      4,592      4,210     1,174           61
                1996      9,078      4,368      4,376     1,081           65
                1997      9,039      4,348      4,606     1,128           53
                1998      9,004      4,329      4,920     1,193           70
                1999      9,231      4,428      5,481     1,215           58
                2000      8,432      4,047      5,654     1,196           66
                2001      8,691      4,162      5,364     1,040           57
                2002      8,779      4,212      5,583     1,042           65
                2003      8,836      4,296      5,957     1,022           57
                2004      8,699      4,285      6,167       976           71
                2005      8,464      4,228      6,206     1,025           85
                2006      8,437      4,287      6,318       978           96
                2007
                2008
                2009
                2010

           Source: Natural Resources Canada 2006 Comprehensive Energy Use Database – Nova Scotia, Tables 21, 22, 24,
tation mode




– Nova Scotia, Tables 21, 22, 24, and 35
           Table HI-2e - Transportation energy use (PJ), Canada, provinces and territories
Contents                                  Canada                                         Nfld.
                          Total     Passenger    Freight    Off-Road    Total   Passenger Freight
                1990        1,877.9      1,187.6     636.9       53.3      52.0         29.8   20.0
                1991        1,807.3      1,133.8     617.3       56.2      48.2         26.8   19.1
                1992        1,850.1      1,153.7     638.1       58.4      46.2         27.9   16.2
                1993        1,873.2      1,156.3     657.5       59.5      43.6         25.3   16.1
                1994        1,967.8      1,183.7     724.0       60.1      42.4         24.5   15.7
                1995        2,004.9      1,191.8     751.0       62.1      45.5         25.5   17.9
                1996        2,043.0      1,190.7     788.9       63.4      46.9         26.6   18.7
                1997        2,117.2      1,238.5     811.6       67.1      47.2         25.1   20.4
                1998        2,194.5      1,285.5     838.4       70.6      47.6         24.9   20.8
                1999        2,252.8      1,294.7     882.4       75.6      49.2         25.6   21.6
                2000        2,281.9      1,290.4     911.5       80.0      51.9         26.9   23.0
                2001        2,277.3      1,290.5     897.6       89.2      51.0         26.4   22.4
                2002        2,306.2      1,323.1     891.5       91.5      50.4         25.5   22.6
                2003        2,361.7      1,330.6     937.9       93.3      52.6         27.2   23.0
                2004        2,465.1      1,367.7   1,002.0       95.4      54.1         28.1   23.5
                2005        2,501.3      1,375.9   1,028.0       97.4      55.4         28.9   23.8
                2006        2,492.0      1,373.7   1,018.5       99.8      49.2         24.7   21.9
                2007
                2008
                2009
                2010

           Source: Source: Transportation energy use is from Natural Resources Canada 2006 Comprehensive Energy Use D
fld.                                    P.E.I.                                     N.S.
             Off-Road    Total   Passenger Freight Off-Road         Total   Passenger Freight Off-Road
                   2.2       8.8        5.5     3.1      0.2           74.6      41.7     31.6      1.3
                   2.3       8.8        5.2     3.4      0.2           72.6      39.8     31.5      1.3
                   2.2       8.7        5.3     3.2      0.2           70.7      39.7     29.6      1.4
                   2.2       8.6        5.1     3.3      0.2           72.7      41.1     30.2      1.4
                   2.2       9.0        5.3     3.4      0.2           75.2      41.5     32.3      1.5
                   2.2       8.8        5.5     3.1      0.2           76.3      42.4     32.4      1.5
                   1.7       9.5        5.5     3.8      0.3           75.2      41.1     32.5      1.7
                   1.8       9.3        5.6     3.5      0.3           77.0      40.9     34.3      1.8
                   1.9       9.8        5.8     3.7      0.3           82.2      42.4     37.8      1.9
                   1.9      10.5        6.2     4.0      0.3           87.9      44.3     41.5      2.2
                   2.0      10.9        6.0     4.6      0.3           83.1      42.4     37.9      2.8
                   2.3      10.5        5.9     4.3      0.4           78.4      41.3     33.9      3.2
                   2.3      10.9        6.4     4.1      0.4           77.1      42.0     31.7      3.3
                   2.4      11.3        6.6     4.3      0.4           80.7      43.3     34.2      3.2
                   2.5      11.8        6.7     4.6      0.4           83.6      46.2     34.0      3.3
                   2.6      11.9        6.8     4.7      0.4           84.6      46.2     35.0      3.4
                   2.7      11.7        6.8     4.5      0.4           77.4      44.5     29.5      3.5




Comprehensive Energy Use Database – Canada and Provinces, Table 7
                N.B.                                 Que.                             Ont.
Total   Passenger Freight Off-Road    Total   Passenger Freight Off-Road    Total
   55.8       31.6    22.6      1.6     399.4     265.3    122.2     12.0     635.2
   54.7       30.2    22.9      1.6     375.4     244.9    117.5     13.0     613.9
   56.2       29.9    23.9      2.4     388.7     253.2    122.6     13.0     626.8
   58.4       30.3    25.9      2.2     391.6     254.1    124.0     13.5     641.3
   61.4       31.1    28.3      2.0     417.6     260.6    143.4     13.7     654.0
   60.9       30.5    28.3      2.1     414.9     259.2    141.3     14.5     667.3
   63.4       30.7    30.5      2.2     421.4     260.2    146.4     14.9     680.9
   66.0       32.4    31.3      2.3     426.3     257.7    152.8     15.8     720.8
   67.2       33.8    31.0      2.5     453.9     265.5    171.7     16.7     744.9
   70.1       33.7    33.8      2.6     457.3     267.6    171.8     17.8     777.8
   72.9       32.9    37.2      2.8     455.3     264.9    170.7     19.7     794.9
   71.2       32.8    35.4      3.1     453.4     271.1    162.1     20.1     781.1
   70.3       33.1    34.1      3.1     481.5     301.3    159.8     20.4     778.9
   68.7       33.5    32.1      3.1     481.4     302.1    158.6     20.7     801.1
   70.7       33.4    34.2      3.1     494.0     301.9    171.1     21.0     836.9
   71.2       33.2    34.9      3.1     478.9     288.5    169.2     21.3     880.4
   69.8       33.0    33.6      3.2     474.1     283.3    168.8     22.0     862.1
       Ont.                                  Man.                                  Sask.
Passenger Freight Off-Road    Total   Passenger Freight Off-Road    Total   Passenger
    431.5    182.1     21.5      71.4      45.4     23.6      2.4      63.1      39.6
    419.6    171.8     22.5      69.3      45.1     22.3      2.0      66.1      39.4
    423.2    180.3     23.3      69.5      44.9     22.3      2.3      69.0      40.9
    425.7    192.1     23.5      69.4      43.9     23.1      2.4      70.9      41.5
    428.7    201.3     24.0      73.4      46.0     25.1      2.3      78.0      43.0
    434.5    208.8     24.1      76.3      47.0     27.1      2.2      76.6      40.4
    434.1    222.2     24.6      76.0      44.9     28.9      2.2      78.1      40.9
    456.9    238.2     25.7      74.8      45.2     27.3      2.3      75.8      39.0
    477.5    240.4     27.0      73.4      45.8     25.2      2.4      74.3      40.7
    490.6    258.3     28.8      75.0      46.8     25.7      2.6      74.2      40.3
    489.0    277.6     28.3      73.5      44.8     25.9      2.8      75.8      40.7
    482.6    265.4     33.2      71.1      43.4     24.6      3.2      75.3      39.5
    479.2    265.0     34.7      70.2      44.2     22.8      3.2      81.3      41.9
    490.3    275.2     35.5      74.6      45.4     25.9      3.3      88.3      44.0
    513.8    287.0     36.2      78.4      46.3     28.7      3.4      90.8      42.4
    542.9    300.5     37.0      79.0      42.9     32.7      3.4      96.7      43.2
    539.2    285.2     37.7      79.9      45.2     31.2      3.5     103.6      46.7
Sask.                                   Alta.                              B.C. & Terr.
     Freight Off-Road    Total   Passenger Freight Off-Road    Total   Passenger Freight
         21.7      1.8     249.6     145.4    100.5      3.7     268.2     151.9       109.7
         24.7      2.0     227.0     131.8     91.2      4.0     271.3     151.0       113.0
         26.2      1.9     230.5     135.2     91.1      4.2     283.9     153.6       122.7
         27.4      2.0     233.5     132.9     96.4      4.2     283.2     156.3       119.0
         33.0      1.9     256.8     138.1    114.3      4.4     300.0     164.8       127.2
         33.9      2.2     258.1     136.3    117.2      4.6     320.2     170.6       141.1
         34.9      2.2     265.4     135.6    125.0      4.9     326.2     171.2       146.1
         34.3      2.5     283.3     147.4    130.8      5.2     336.5     188.2       138.8
         31.2      2.4     297.2     154.6    136.9      5.7     344.0     194.5       139.7
         31.4      2.5     302.0     150.6    145.2      6.2     348.9     189.0       149.1
         32.4      2.8     313.3     152.5    153.8      6.9     350.3     190.2       148.4
         32.7      3.0     342.7     164.8    169.9      8.0     342.6     182.8       146.9
         36.5      2.9     339.4     162.3    168.9      8.2     346.3     187.3       146.0
         41.4      2.9     347.0     155.5    183.0      8.5     356.0     182.7       160.1
         45.4      3.0     368.0     156.8    202.4      8.8     376.9     192.0       171.1
         50.5      3.0     377.5     160.1    208.3      9.0     365.8     183.1       168.5
         53.8      3.1     405.0     167.4    227.9      9.6     359.3     183.0       162.1
& Terr.
          Off-Road
                6.6
                7.3
                7.5
                7.8
                8.0
                8.5
                8.8
                9.5
                9.9
               10.8
               11.6
               12.9
               13.0
               13.2
               13.8
               14.1
               14.2
           Table HI-2f - Transportation energy use per capita (GJ), Canada, provinces and territories
Contents                                Canada                                      Nfld.
                          Total   Passenger Freight Off-Road        Total   Passenger Freight
                1990         67.8      42.9      23.0        1.9       89.9       51.5      34.5
                1991         64.5      40.4      22.0        2.0       83.2       46.3      32.9
                1992         65.2      40.7      22.5        2.1       79.7       48.1      27.9
                1993         65.3      40.3      22.9        2.1       75.1       43.6      27.8
                1994         67.9      40.8      25.0        2.1       73.9       42.7      27.3
                1995         68.4      40.7      25.6        2.1       80.2       44.9      31.5
                1996         69.0      40.2      26.6        2.1       83.8       47.5      33.3
                1997         70.8      41.4      27.1        2.2       85.7       45.5      37.0
                1998         72.8      42.6      27.8        2.3       88.2       46.1      38.6
                1999         74.1      42.6      29.0        2.5       92.2       48.0      40.6
                2000         74.4      42.0      29.7        2.6       98.3       51.0      43.5
                2001         73.4      41.6      28.9        2.9       97.8       50.6      42.9
                2002         73.5      42.2      28.4        2.9       97.1       49.1      43.5
                2003         74.6      42.0      29.6        2.9      101.6       52.5      44.4
                2004         77.0      42.7      31.3        3.0      104.6       54.4      45.4
                2005         77.4      42.6      31.8        3.0      107.7       56.3      46.3
                2006         76.3      42.1      31.2        3.1       96.5       48.4      42.9
                2007
                2008
                2009
                2010

           Source: Source: Transportation energy use is from Natural Resources Canada 2006 Comprehensive Energy Use D
s and territories
 fld.                                     P.E.I.                                 N.S.
               Off-Road    Total   Passenger Freight Off-Road     Total   Passenger Freight Off-Road
                     3.9      67.3      42.0     23.6      1.6       82.0      45.8     34.7      1.4
                     4.0      67.3      39.6     26.1      1.6       79.3      43.5     34.4      1.4
                     3.8      66.7      40.3     24.8      1.6       76.9      43.2     32.2      1.5
                     3.8      65.1      38.8     24.7      1.7       78.7      44.4     32.7      1.5
                     3.8      67.1      40.0     25.4      1.7       81.1      44.7     34.8      1.6
                     3.8      65.6      40.9     22.8      1.9       82.2      45.6     34.9      1.7
                     3.1      70.3      40.7     27.7      1.9       80.7      44.1     34.9      1.8
                     3.3      68.6      41.0     25.6      2.0       82.6      43.9     36.8      1.9
                     3.6      71.8      42.7     27.0      2.1       88.2      45.5     40.6      2.1
                     3.6      77.0      45.2     29.6      2.2       94.1      47.4     44.4      2.3
                     3.8      79.6      43.7     33.4      2.4       89.0      45.4     40.6      3.0
                     4.3      77.1      42.9     31.3      2.8       84.0      44.2     36.4      3.4
                     4.5      79.3      46.8     29.7      2.8       82.5      45.0     34.0      3.5
                     4.7      82.1      47.8     31.4      2.9       86.2      46.2     36.5      3.4
                     4.9      85.4      48.9     33.7      2.8       89.1      49.3     36.3      3.5
                     5.1      86.3      49.6     33.9      2.9       90.4      49.4     37.4      3.7
                     5.2      85.0      49.3     32.8      2.9       82.8      47.6     31.5      3.7




2006 Comprehensive Energy Use Database – Canada and Provinces, Table 7
               N.B.                                  Que.                             Ont.
Total   Passenger Freight Off-Road    Total   Passenger Freight Off-Road    Total
   75.4      42.7     30.5      2.2      57.0      37.9     17.4      1.7      61.7
   73.4      40.5     30.6      2.2      53.1      34.7     16.6      1.8      58.9
   75.1      39.9     31.9      3.2      54.7      35.6     17.2      1.8      59.3
   78.0      40.5     34.6      3.0      54.7      35.5     17.3      1.9      60.0
   81.8      41.5     37.7      2.6      58.1      36.2     19.9      1.9      60.5
   81.1      40.6     37.7      2.8      57.5      35.9     19.6      2.0      60.9
   84.2      40.8     40.5      2.9      58.2      35.9     20.2      2.0      61.4
   87.7      43.1     41.5      3.1      58.6      35.4     21.0      2.2      64.2
   89.5      45.0     41.3      3.3      62.2      36.4     23.5      2.3      65.5
   93.4      44.9     45.1      3.5      62.4      36.5     23.5      2.4      67.6
   97.1      43.8     49.6      3.7      61.9      36.0     23.2      2.7      68.0
   95.0      43.7     47.2      4.1      61.3      36.7     21.9      2.7      65.7
   93.7      44.1     45.5      4.1      64.7      40.5     21.5      2.7      64.4
   91.5      44.6     42.8      4.1      64.2      40.3     21.2      2.8      65.3
   94.0      44.4     45.4      4.1      65.4      40.0     22.7      2.8      67.4
   94.7      44.2     46.4      4.1      63.0      38.0     22.3      2.8      70.1
   93.2      44.0     44.8      4.3      62.0      37.0     22.1      2.9      67.9
       Ont.                                  Man.                                  Sask.
Passenger Freight Off-Road    Total   Passenger Freight Off-Road    Total   Passenger
     41.9     17.7      2.1      64.5      41.1     21.3      2.2      62.6      39.3
     40.2     16.5      2.2      62.5      40.6     20.1      1.8      65.9      39.3
     40.0     17.1      2.2      62.4      40.3     20.1      2.0      68.7      40.7
     39.8     18.0      2.2      62.1      39.3     20.6      2.2      70.4      41.3
     39.6     18.6      2.2      65.3      41.0     22.4      2.0      77.3      42.6
     39.7     19.1      2.2      67.6      41.6     24.0      1.9      75.5      39.8
     39.2     20.0      2.2      67.0      39.6     25.5      2.0      76.7      40.2
     40.7     21.2      2.3      65.9      39.8     24.0      2.1      74.4      38.3
     42.0     21.2      2.4      64.5      40.2     22.1      2.1      73.0      40.0
     42.6     22.5      2.5      65.7      41.0     22.5      2.2      73.2      39.7
     41.9     23.8      2.4      64.1      39.1     22.6      2.4      75.3      40.4
     40.6     22.3      2.8      61.8      37.7     21.4      2.7      75.2      39.5
     39.6     21.9      2.9      60.7      38.2     19.8      2.8      81.6      42.1
     40.0     22.4      2.9      64.2      39.1     22.3      2.8      88.8      44.2
     41.4     23.1      2.9      67.0      39.5     24.5      2.9      91.2      42.6
     43.2     23.9      2.9      67.2      36.5     27.8      2.9      97.6      43.6
     42.4     22.5      3.0      67.8      38.3     26.5      2.9     104.9      47.3
Sask.                                   Alta.                              B.C. & Terr.
     Freight Off-Road    Total   Passenger Freight Off-Road    Total   Passenger Freight
         21.5      1.8      98.0      57.1     39.4      1.4      79.4       45.0       32.5
         24.6      2.0      87.6      50.8     35.2      1.5      78.3       43.6       32.6
         26.1      1.9      87.5      51.4     34.6      1.6      79.7       43.1       34.5
         27.2      1.9      87.5      49.8     36.1      1.6      77.4       42.7       32.5
         32.7      1.9      95.1      51.2     42.3      1.6      79.6       43.7       33.7
         33.5      2.2      94.4      49.8     42.8      1.7      82.7       44.0       36.4
         34.3      2.2      95.6      48.8     45.0      1.8      82.1       43.1       36.8
         33.7      2.4     100.1      52.1     46.2      1.8      83.1       46.5       34.3
         30.6      2.3     102.5      53.3     47.2      2.0      84.3       47.7       34.2
         31.0      2.5     102.3      51.0     49.2      2.1      84.9       46.0       36.3
         32.2      2.7     104.3      50.8     51.2      2.3      84.7       46.0       35.9
         32.7      3.0     112.1      53.9     55.6      2.6      82.0       43.8       35.2
         36.6      2.9     108.9      52.1     54.2      2.6      82.1       44.4       34.6
         41.7      3.0     109.8      49.2     57.9      2.7      83.6       42.9       37.6
         45.6      3.0     114.7      48.9     63.1      2.7      87.5       44.6       39.7
         51.0      3.1     115.1      48.8     63.5      2.7      83.8       42.0       38.6
         54.4      3.2     120.1      49.7     67.6      2.9      81.2       41.4       36.6
& Terr.
          Off-Road
                1.9
                2.1
                2.1
                2.1
                2.1
                2.2
                2.2
                2.3
                2.4
                2.6
                2.8
                3.1
                3.1
                3.1
                3.2
                3.2
                3.2
           Table HI-2g - Greenhouse gas emissions from transportation (kilotonnes CO 2 equivalents), Canada, provinc
                       Canada     Nfld.    P.E.I.     N.S.       N.B.       Que.       Ont.
Contents
                1990    150,000       3,400         690      5,000      4,000      28,000     47,000
                1991    140,000       3,100         720      4,900      4,100      27,000     47,000
                1992    140,000       3,100         710      4,900      4,200      28,000     48,000
                1993    150,000       3,100         710      5,100      4,300      28,000     50,000
                1994    160,000       3,000         730      5,200      4,500      30,000     51,000
                1995    160,000       3,000         680      5,100      4,300      29,000     51,000
                1996    160,000       3,200         780      5,100      4,700      30,000     54,000
                1997    170,000       3,300         770      5,200      4,800      31,000     56,000
                1998    180,000       3,300         800      5,300      5,000      32,000     57,000
                1999    180,000       3,400         850      5,800      5,300      33,000     60,000
                2000    180,000       3,500         840      5,600      5,400      32,000     59,000
                2001    180,000       3,500         810      5,400      5,400      31,000     58,000
                2002    180,000       3,500         820      5,500      5,300      32,000     59,000
                2003    190,000       3,700         840      6,000      5,300      34,000     60,000
                2004    190,000       3,700         870      6,200      5,400      35,000     61,000
                2005    190,000       3,800         880      6,300      5,400      34,000     64,000
                2006    190,000       3,500         860      5,700      5,300      34,000     62,000
                2007
                2008
                2009
                2010

           Source: Data for provinces from 1991-1999 is from National Inventory Report: Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks
           Available at: http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/ghg/inventory_report/2005_report/tdm-toc_eng.cfm
           All data for Canada, and data for provinces for 1990, 1995, and 2000 - 2006 is from National Inventory Report: Gree
           Available at http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/ghg/inventory_report/2006_report/tdm-toc_eng.cfm
CO 2 equivalents), Canada, provinces and territories
               Man.      Sask.      Alta.       B.C.      Yuk.      N.W.T. &
                                                                      Nnvt.
                 7,000     9,200     22,000     18,000        300         540
                 7,000     9,600     21,000     19,000        310         440
                 7,200    10,000     21,000     20,000        340         410
                 7,300    11,000     22,000     20,000        270         570
                 7,500    11,000     24,000     21,000        270         640
                 7,800    11,000     24,000     22,000        280         610
                 8,000    12,000     26,000     23,000        310         860
                 7,700    12,000     29,000     24,000        300         730
                 7,300    11,000     30,000     24,000        270         800
                 7,500    12,000     30,000     24,000        280         654
                 7,000    11,000     29,000     24,000        240         720
                 6,600     9,700     31,000     23,000        250       1,070
                 6,700    10,000     30,000     24,000        250         800
                 6,800    10,000     31,000     25,000        260         780
                 7,100    10,000     32,000     26,000        260         790
                 7,300    10,000     33,000     25,000        250         280
                 7,200    12,000     36,000     24,000        250         660




Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks in Canada 1990-2005 - Annex 8 (Table A8-2) and Annex 11 (Table A11-3 - A11-25)

from National Inventory Report: Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks in Canada 1990-2006 - Annex 8 (Table A8-2) and Annex 11 (Table A1
11-3 - A11-25)

ble A8-2) and Annex 11 (Table A11-3 - A11-25)
           Table HI-2h - Greenhouse gas emissions from transportation per capita (tonnes CO 2 equivalents), Canada,
                       Canada     Nfld.    P.E.I.     N.S.       N.B.      Que.        Ont.
Contents
                1990         5.4        5.9         5.3        5.5        5.4         4.0        4.6
                1991         5.0        5.3         5.5        5.4        5.5         3.8        4.5
                1992         4.9        5.3         5.4        5.3        5.6         3.9        4.5
                1993         5.2        5.3         5.4        5.5        5.7         3.9        4.7
                1994         5.5        5.2         5.5        5.6        6.0         4.2        4.7
                1995         5.5        5.3         5.1        5.5        5.7         4.0        4.7
                1996         5.4        5.7         5.7        5.5        6.2         4.1        4.9
                1997         5.7        6.0         5.7        5.6        6.4         4.3        5.0
                1998         6.0        6.1         5.9        5.7        6.7         4.4        5.0
                1999         5.9        6.4         6.2        6.2        7.1         4.5        5.2
                2000         5.9        6.6         6.2        6.0        7.2         4.3        5.0
                2001         5.8        6.7         5.9        5.8        7.2         4.2        4.9
                2002         5.7        6.7         6.0        5.9        7.1         4.3        4.9
                2003         6.0        7.1         6.1        6.4        7.1         4.5        4.9
                2004         5.9        7.2         6.3        6.6        7.2         4.6        4.9
                2005         5.9        7.4         6.4        6.7        7.2         4.5        5.1
                2006         5.8        6.9         6.2        6.1        7.1         4.4        4.9
                2007
                2008
                2009
                2010

           Source: Data for provinces from 1996-1999 is from National Inventory Report: Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks
           Available at: http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/ghg/inventory_report/2005_report/tdm-toc_eng.cfm
           All data for Canada, and for provinces for 1990, 1995, and 2000 - 2006 is from National Inventory Report: Greenhou
           Available at http://www.ec.gc.ca/pdb/ghg/inventory_report/2006_report/tdm-toc_eng.cfm
           Population estimates from CANSIM Table 051-0001
onnes CO 2 equivalents), Canada, provinces and territories
              Man.       Sask.      Alta.    B.C.         Yuk.     N.W.T. &
                                                                     Nnvt.
                   6.3       9.1        8.6        5.5      10.8         9.2
                   6.3       9.6        8.1        5.6      10.7         7.2
                   6.5      10.0        8.0        5.8      11.3         6.6
                   6.5      10.9        8.2        5.6       8.9         9.0
                   6.7      10.9        8.9        5.7       9.1         9.8
                   6.9      10.8        8.8        5.8       9.2         9.2
                   7.1      11.8        9.4        5.9       9.9        12.8
                   6.8      11.8       10.2        6.1       9.4        10.8
                   6.4      10.8       10.3        6.0       8.7        11.9
                   6.6      11.8       10.2        6.0       9.1         9.7
                   6.1      10.9        9.7        5.9       7.9        10.6
                   5.7       9.7       10.1        5.6       8.3        15.5
                   5.8      10.0        9.6        5.8       8.3        11.4
                   5.9      10.1        9.8        6.0       8.5        10.9
                   6.1      10.1       10.0        6.2       8.4        10.9
                   6.2      10.1       10.1        5.9       8.1         3.8
                   6.1      12.2       10.7        5.6       8.0         8.9




Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks in Canada 1990-2005 - Annex 8 (Table A8-2) and Annex 11 (Table A11-3 - A11-25)

National Inventory Report: Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks in Canada 1990-2006 - Annex 8 (Table A8-2) and Annex 11 (Table A11-3 -
e A11-3 - A11-25)

 A8-2) and Annex 11 (Table A11-3 - A11-25)
           Table HI-2i - Number of accidents resulting in injuries, fatalities, and property damage, Nova Scotia
                        Fatalities  Injuries    Property
Contents                                        Damage
                1990            149      5,534
                1991            115      6,151
                1992            113      6,155
                1993            100      6,548
                1994             91      6,260       24,136
                1995            107      6,292       18,118
                1996            113      6,311       17,000
                1997             89      6,452       17,742
                1998             84      6,529       17,695
                1999             97      6,867       18,183
                2000             87      6,999       17,625
                2001             80      6,327       17,826
                2002             88      5,949       17,042
                2003             70      5,291       15,846
                2004             90      5,118       15,303
                2005             72      4,913       16,075
                2006
                2007
                2008
                2009
                2010

           Source: Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal 2005 Motor Vehicle Collision Statisti
amage, Nova Scotia




Motor Vehicle Collision Statistics
           Table HI-2j - Number of accidents resulting in injuries and fatalities per 100,000 residents, Canada, province
Contents                        2005
                       Fatalities Injuries
            Canada             9.1    652.7
              Nfld.            8.3      456
             P.E.I.          10.9     543.8
              N.S.             7.7    523.8
              N.B.           14.1     528.6
              Que.             9.3    752.3
              Ont.             6.3    570.1
             Man.              9.6      737
             Sask.           14.8     690.5
              Alta.          14.3     752.4
              B.C.           10.8     675.6
              Yuk.           19.4       626
             N.W.T             4.7    432.7
             Nnvt.             6.7    240.1

           Source: Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal 2005 Motor Vehicle Collision Statisti
00,000 residents, Canada, provinces and territories, 2005




 2005 Motor Vehicle Collision Statistic ; Transport Canada – 2005 Canadian Motor Vehicle Traffic Collision Statistics
           Table HI-2k - Nova Scotia government spending on transit (millions) as a percentage of total spending on ro
Contents                Roads     Transit   Other      %
             1990-91        348       16.8      5.9       4.5
             1991-92        356         18     10.4       4.7
             1992-93        373         18        4       4.6
             1993-94        338       19.1      4.2       5.3
             1994-95        283       14.4      2.8       4.8
             1995-96        311       17.4      3.5       5.2
             1996-97        295       13.2      1.1       4.3
             1997-98        315       10.4      3.5       3.2
             1998-99        264       13.7      5.4       4.8
             1999-00        273           9       5       3.1
             2000-01        306       11.5      4.5       3.6
             2001-02        311        9.2      5.6       2.8
             2002-03        329       25.6      7.9       7.1
             2003-04        291       14.8      9.3       4.7
             2004-05        328       34.2       10       9.2
             2005-06        378       33.9     12.1       8.0
             2006-07        415       23.1        6       5.2
             2007-08
             2008-09
             2009-10

           Source: Transport Canada Annual Report - Transportation in Canada 2006 , Addendum, table G7
percentage of total spending on road transportation




ddendum, table G7
           Table HI-2l - Average and median commuting distances, Nova Scotia
Contents     Year       Total - All Commuters  < 5 km      5 - 9.9 km   10 - 19.9 km       > 20 km
                1996                   318,815   114,970         61,700         67,525         74,615
                2001                   332,280   122,685         68,575         76,145         64,875
                2006                   354,235   125,510         68,180         81,450         79,090

           Source: GPIAtlantic Transportation Accounts; Statistics Canada Census 2006 (Catalogue #97-561-XWE200610)
            Median
                 8.3
                 7.8
                 8.4

gue #97-561-XWE200610)
           Table HI-2m - Average and median commuting distances, by percentage, Nova Scotia
Contents     Year          < 5 km      5 - 9.9 km   10 - 19.9 km     > 20 km
                1996              36%           19%           21%           23%
                2001              37%           21%           23%           20%
                2006              35%           19%           23%           22%

           Source: GPIAtlantic Transportation Accounts; Statistics Canada Census 2006 (Catalogue #97-561-XWE200610)
atalogue #97-561-XWE200610)
           Table HI-2n - Average and median commuting distances, Canada, provinces and territories, 2006
Contents              Total - All Commuters   < 5 km      5 - 9.9 km   10 - 19.9 km     > 20 km
            Canada                 13,069,895  4,741,630    2,962,810      2,834,215      2,531,235
              Nfld.                   167,970     72,315        37,360        27,070          31,220
             P.E.I.                    54,045     23,645        11,025        10,400           8,975
              N.S.                    354,235    125,510        68,180        81,450          79,090
              N.B.                    286,920    115,405        63,340        53,310          54,855
              Que.                  3,173,810  1,124,505       743,645       741,330        564,330
              Ont.                  5,094,655  1,672,260    1,101,410      1,148,095      1,172,890
             Man.                     472,310    196,640       128,515        82,580          69,580
             Sask.                    375,185    200,570        78,480        32,155          63,970
              Alta.                 1,432,435    528,765       339,975       330,430        233,265
              B.C.                  1,616,000    654,675       384,655       322,565        254,100
              Yuk.                     14,110      8,615         2,310         1,365           1,810
             N.W.T                     18,710     12,265         1,545         3,140           1,760
             Nnvt.                      9,515      6,470         2,365           315             370

           Source: Statistics Canada Census 2006 (Catalogue #97-561-XWE200610)
erritories, 2006
                   Median
                         7.6
                         6.1
                         6.1
                         8.4
                         6.8
                         7.8
                         8.7
                         6.2
                         4.5
                         7.6
                         6.5
                         3.9
                         2.9
                         2.1
           Table HI-2o - Average and median commuting distances, by percentage, Canada, provinces and territories,
Contents                   < 5 km       5 - 9.9 km     10 - 19.9 km        > 20 km
            Canada                36%            23%              22%              19%
              Nfld.               43%            22%              16%              19%
             P.E.I.               44%            20%              19%              17%
              N.S.                35%            19%              23%              22%
              N.B.                40%            22%              19%              19%
              Que.                35%            23%              23%              18%
              Ont.                33%            22%              23%              23%
             Man.                 42%            27%              17%              15%
             Sask.                53%            21%                9%             17%
              Alta.               37%            24%              23%              16%
              B.C.                41%            24%              20%              16%
              Yuk.                61%            16%              10%              13%
             N.W.T                66%             8%              17%               9%
             Nnvt.                68%            25%                3%              4%

           Source: Statistics Canada Census 2006 (Catalogue #97-561-XWE200610)
a, provinces and territories, 2006
           Table HI-2p - Commuting modal split, Nova Scotia
                        Total - Mode of  Car, truck, van Car, truck, van   Public     Walked    Bicycle
Contents     Year       Transportation     (as driver)   (as passenger)    Transit
                1996             354,055         262,920          36,230     17,995    29,495         na
                2001             373,045         280,365          35,870     18,020    30,860      2,270
                2006             402,960         293,220          43,710     23,960    33,020      2,625

           Source: GPIAtlantic Transportation Accounts; Statistics Canada Census 2006 (Catalogue #97-561-XWE2006012)
            Motorcycle   Taxi Cab   Other
                                    Method
                    na         na       7,420
                   385      1,540       3,745
                   495      1,695       4,220

ue #97-561-XWE2006012)
           Table HI-2q - Commuting modal split, by percentage, Nova Scotia
                      Car, truck, van Car, truck, van  Public    Walked       Bicycle     Motorcycle
Contents     Year        (as driver)  (as passenger)   Transit
                1996            74.3%           10.2%      5.1%      8.3%
                2001            75.2%            9.6%      4.8%      8.3%          0.6%         0.1%
                2006            72.8%           10.8%      5.9%      8.2%          0.7%         0.1%

           Source: GPIAtlantic Transportation Accounts; Statistics Canada Census 2006 (Catalogue #97-561-XWE2006012)
            Taxi Cab       Other
                           Method
                               2.1%
                 0.4%          1.0%
                 0.4%          1.0%

ogue #97-561-XWE2006012)
           Table HI-2r - Commuting modal split, Canada, provinces and territories, 2006
                       Total - Mode of Car, truck, van Car, truck, van Public       Walked
                       Transportation    (as driver)   (as passenger)  Transit
Contents
            Canada        14,714,260     10,644,330      1,133,150    1,622,725      939,290
             Nfld.           190,380        140,370         23,930        3,665       14,635
             P.E.I.           61,410         48,910          6,815          310        4,050
             N.S.            402,960        293,220         43,710       23,960       33,020
             N.B.            323,065        251,630         36,090        6,365       21,385
             Que.          3,474,255      2,525,440        192,310      445,255      230,575
             Ont.          5,690,960      4,038,035        470,410      736,060      320,075
             Man.            523,445        378,370         45,390       46,610       38,605
             Sask.           424,210        336,325         30,755        9,305       34,300
             Alta.         1,686,540      1,253,085        133,395      155,480       99,730
             B.C.          1,890,050      1,353,790        145,840      195,145      130,285
             Yuk.             16,140         11,650          1,195          415        2,130
            N.W.T             20,540         10,920          2,070          145        5,410
             Nnvt.            10,300          2,585          1,225           20        5,100

           Source: Statistics Canada Census 2006 (Catalogue #97-561-XWE2006012)
Bicycle    Motorcycle   Taxi Cab   Other
                                   Method

 195,510       20,085     32,240   126,925
     540          105        920     6,210
     445           55        265       565
   2,625          495      1,695     4,220
   2,115          455      2,015     3,025
  48,390        4,665      6,465    21,145
  69,035        4,920     12,645    39,780
   8,380          480      1,065     4,550
   6,455          585        740     5,750
  19,300        2,315      3,635    19,600
  37,365        5,940      2,295    19,385
     420           25         20       280
     425           30        200     1,335
      15           10        265     1,092
           Table HI-2s - Commuting modal split, by percentage, Canada, provinces and territories, 2006
                       Car, truck, van Car, truck, van (as Public      Walked       Bicycle
Contents                  (as driver)     passenger)       Transit
            Canada                72.3%              7.7%     11.0%         6.4%          1.3%
              Nfld.               73.7%             12.6%      1.9%         7.7%          0.3%
             P.E.I.               79.6%             11.1%      0.5%         6.6%          0.7%
              N.S.                72.8%             10.8%      5.9%         8.2%          0.7%
              N.B.                77.9%             11.2%      2.0%         6.6%          0.7%
              Que.                72.7%              5.5%     12.8%         6.6%          1.4%
              Ont.                71.0%              8.3%     12.9%         5.6%          1.2%
             Man.                 72.3%              8.7%      8.9%         7.4%          1.6%
             Sask.                79.3%              7.2%      2.2%         8.1%          1.5%
              Alta.               74.3%              7.9%      9.2%         5.9%          1.1%
              B.C.                71.6%              7.7%     10.3%         6.9%          2.0%
              Yuk.                72.2%              7.4%      2.6%        13.2%          2.6%
             N.W.T                53.2%             10.1%      0.7%        26.3%          2.1%
             Nnvt.                25.1%             11.9%      0.2%        49.5%          0.1%

           Source: Statistics Canada Census 2006 (Catalogue #97-561-XWE2006012)
nd territories, 2006
                Motorcycle   Taxi Cab    Other
                                         Method
                      0.1%        0.2%       0.9%
                      0.1%        0.5%       3.3%
                      0.1%        0.4%       0.9%
                      0.1%        0.4%       1.0%
                      0.1%        0.6%       0.9%
                      0.1%        0.2%       0.6%
                      0.1%        0.2%       0.7%
                      0.1%        0.2%       0.9%
                      0.1%        0.2%       1.4%
                      0.1%        0.2%       1.2%
                      0.3%        0.1%       1.0%
                      0.2%        0.1%       1.7%
                      0.1%        1.0%       6.5%
                      0.1%        2.6%      10.6%
           Table HI-2t - Government spending on transit as a percentage of total spending on road transportation , Ca
Contents                                2006
                         Roads   Transit     Other       %
           Canada        8,185    3,196       672       26.5
           Nfld.          253       0.3        1.2       0.1
           P.E.I.          93        0         0.5       0.0
           N.S.           378      33.9         6        8.1
           N.B.           505       9.8        1.6       1.9
           Que.          3,982     736       229.4      14.9
           Ont.          5,222    1,392      292.3      20.2
           Man.           577      66.1        8.8      10.1
           Sask.          618      29.2        5.1       4.5
           Alta.         2,273    354.4      106.9      13.0
           B.C.          2,484    567.5       35.2      18.4
           Yuk.            66       1.3        0.2       1.9
           N.W.T           77       0.5         0        0.6
           Nvt.            21        0          0        0.0

           Source: Transport Canada Annual Report - Transportation in Canada 2006 , Addendum, table A3-7
ending on road transportation , Canada, provinces and territories, 2005




ddendum, table A3-7
           Table HI-3a - Ecological footprint (global hectares per capita), by component, Canada, provinces and territo
Contents                                             2002
                         Food     Housing     Mobility   Goods     Services     Total
           Canada        2.13       2.18        1.45      0.99          0.75       7.49
           Nfld.         1.78       1.65        1.09      0.99          0.47       5.98
           P.E.I.        1.76       0.90        1.40      0.80          0.41       5.27
           N.S.          1.72       1.30        1.59      0.95          0.47       6.04
           N.B.          1.74       1.46        1.54      0.87          0.47       6.08
           Que.          1.84       2.01        1.42      0.91          0.50       6.68
           Ont.          1.94       2.24        1.40      1.07          0.62       7.27
           Man.          1.79       1.88        1.46      0.85          0.50       6.48
           Sask.         1.87       2.41        1.65      0.86          0.48       7.27
           Alta.         1.87       2.29        1.70      1.02          0.60       7.48
           B.C.          1.91       1.85        1.25      0.87          0.53       6.41
           Yuk.          1.91       1.46        1.80      1.00          0.62       6.79
           N.W.T         2.23       1.54        1.26      1.27          0.79       7.09
           Nvt.          2.04       1.23        0.40      1.50          0.67       5.84

           Source: Canadian Index of Wellbeing 2005 National Footprint Accounts
ent, Canada, provinces and territories, 2002
           Table HI-3b - Ecological footprint (global hectares per capita), by component, Nova Scotia, 2002
                                               Energy    Cropland Pasture        Forest   Built area
Contents                                        Land
           Food                                    0.31       0.96        0.32       0.02        0.00
           Plant-based                             0.26       0.35        0.00       0.01        0.00
           Animal-based                            0.05       0.61        0.32       0.01        0.00
           Housing                                 0.66       0.00        0.00       0.64        0.00
           New construction                        0.05       0.00        0.00       0.39        0.00
           Maintenance                             0.03       0.00        0.00       0.25        0.00
           Residential energy use                  0.58       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
              electricity                          0.58       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
              natural gas                          0.00       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
              fuelwood                             0.00       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
              fuel oil, kerosene, LPG, coal        0.58       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Mobility                                1.58       0.01        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Passenger cars/trucks                   1.38       0.01        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Motorcycles                             0.01       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Buses                                   0.03       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Passenger rail transport                0.02       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Passenger air transport                 0.15       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Passenger boats                         0.00       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Goods                                   0.50       0.01        0.01       0.42        0.00
           Appliances                              0.06       0.00        0.00       0.01        0.00
           Furnishing                              0.03       0.00        0.00       0.04        0.00
           Computers/electrical equip.             0.01       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Clothing and shoes                      0.12       0.00        0.01       0.01        0.00
           Cleaning products                       0.07       0.00        0.00       0.03        0.00
           Paper products                          0.08       0.00        0.00       0.25        0.00
           Tobacco                                 0.02       0.01        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Other misc. goods                       0.12       0.00        0.00       0.09        0.00
           Services                                0.44       0.00        0.00       0.03        0.00
           Water and sewage                        0.02       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Telephone/cable service                 0.01       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Solid waste                             0.03       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Financial and legal                     0.06       0.00        0.00       0.01        0.00
           Medical                                 0.16       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Real estate/rental lodging              0.10       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Entertainment                           0.05       0.00        0.00       0.02        0.00
           Government                              0.03       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
              non-military, non-road               0.00       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
              military                             0.02       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Other misc. services                    0.00       0.00        0.00       0.00        0.00
           Total                                   3.49       0.98        0.34       1.11        0.00

           (not including operation energy)
           (not including operation energy)

           Source: Canadian Index of Wellbeing 2005 National Footprint Accounts
nt, Nova Scotia, 2002
               Fishing      Total
              Grounds
                     0.12      1.72
                     0.00      0.61
                     0.12      1.11
                     0.00      1.30
                     0.00      0.44
                     0.00      0.28
                     0.00      0.58
                     0.00      0.58
                     0.00      0.00
                     0.00      0.00
                     0.00      0.58
                     0.00      1.59
                     0.00      1.38
                     0.00      0.01
                     0.00      0.03
                     0.00      0.02
                     0.00      0.15
                     0.00      0.00
                     0.00      0.95
                     0.00      0.06
                     0.00      0.07
                     0.00      0.01
                     0.00      0.14
                     0.00      0.10
                     0.00      0.33
                     0.00      0.03
                     0.00      0.21
                     0.00      0.47
                     0.00      0.02
                     0.00      0.01
                     0.00      0.03
                     0.00      0.06
                     0.00      0.17
                     0.00      0.10
                     0.00      0.06
                     0.00      0.03
                     0.00      0.00
                     0.00      0.02
                     0.00      0.00
                     0.12      6.04
           Table HI-4a - Solid waste disposed per capita (kg), Nova Scotia
Contents     Year     Waste Disposed per Cap (kg)
             1996/97                           543
             1997/98                           537
             1998/99                           470
           1999/2000                           357
             2000/01                           394
             2001/02                           400
             2002/03                           400
             2003/04                           436
             2004/05                           463
             2005/06                           488
             2006/07                           477



           Source: Bob Kenney, Nova Scotia Department of Environment, personal communication, September 2008
, September 2008
           Table HI-4b - Solid waste disposed per capita (kg), Canada, provinces and territories, 2004
Contents                         Waste Disposed per Cap (kg)
           Canada                                          791
           Nfld.                                           773
           P.E.I.                                           na
           N.S.                                            463
           N.B.                                            588
           Que.                                            816
           Ont.                                            809
           Man.                                            793
           Sask.                                           838
           Alta.                                           968
           B.C.                                            676
           Yuk., N.W.T., Nnvt.

           Source: Statistics Canada Waste Management Industry Survey 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004 (Catalogue #16F0023XIE)
(Catalogue #16F0023XIE)
           Table HI-4c - Solid waste diversion rate (%), Nova Scotia
Contents     Year             Diversion rate (%)
                1998                                20
                2000                                26
                2002                                33
                2004                              35.5
                2006
                2008
                2010

           Source: Statistics Canada Waste Management Industry Survey 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004 (Catalogue #16F0023XIE)
02, 2004 (Catalogue #16F0023XIE)
           Table HI-4d - Estimated tonnes diverted per capita in Nova Scotia, expressed as percentage of waste dispo
Contents      Year        Waste Disposed per Cap (kg)
              1996/97                                26
              1997/98                                31
              1998/99                                35
            1999/2000                                50
              2000/01                                46
              2001/02                                46
              2002/03                                46
              2003/04                                44
              2004/05                                42
              2005/06                                34
              2006/07                                36


           Source: Bob Kenney, Nova Scotia Department of Environment, personal communication, September 2008
d as percentage of waste disposed in 1989




ication, September 2008
           Table HI-4e - Solid waste diversion rate (%), Canada, provinces and territories, 2004
Contents                               Diversion rate (%)
           Canada                                           23.7
           Nfld.                                             8.1
           P.E.I.                                           34.8
           N.S.                                               44
           N.B.                                             24.5
           Que.                                             25.7
           Ont.                                             22.5
           Man.                                             20.2
           Sask.                                            13.7
           Alta.                                            19.6
           B.C.                                             30.6
           Yuk., N.W.T., Nnvt.                              11.6

           Source: Statistics Canada Waste Management Industry Survey 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004 (Catalogue #16F0023XIE)
Catalogue #16F0023XIE)
           Table HI-4f - Residential recycling rate (%), Nova Scotia
Contents     Year        Recycling Rate (%)
                2000                     30.5
                2002                        42
                2004                     45.1




           Source: Statistics Canada Envirostats vol. 1, no. 1 (Catalogue #16002XIE)
           Table HI-4g - Residential recycling rate (%), Canada, provinces and territories, 2004
Contents                          Recycling rate (%)
           Canada                                 26.8
           Nfld.                                    na
           P.E.I.                                   na
           N.S.                                   45.1
           N.B.                                   22.8
           Que.                                   19.4
           Ont.                                   29.9
           Man.                                   15.1
           Sask.                                  15.2
           Alta.                                  27.7
           B.C.                                   37.7
           Yuk., N.W.T., Nnvt.                      na

           Source: Statistics Canada Envirostats vol. 1, no. 1 (Catalogue #16002XIE)
           Table HI-4h - Percent of population with access to recycling services (%), Nova Scotia
Contents     Year         Glass        Paper         Plastics    Metal Cans
                1994             47           50              43           48
                2006             94           93              93           93

           Source: Statistics Canada Envirostats vol. 1, no. 1 (Catalogue #16002XIE)
           Table HI-4i - Percentage of population with access to recycling services who used recycling services (%), N
Contents     Year         Glass     Paper       Plastics   Metal Cans
                1994            69        73            67           70
                2006            97        96            98           97

           Source: Statistics Canada Envirostats vol. 1, no. 1 (Catalogue #16002XIE)
d recycling services (%), Nova Scotia
           Table HI-4j - Percentage of residents that had access to, and used, recycling programs, Canada, provinces
Contents                  Access (%)        Used (%)
           Canada                     93               97
           Nfld.                      87               94
           P.E.I.                     99               99
           N.S.                       97               99
           N.B.                       86               96
           Que.                       91               95
           Ont.                       95               98
           Man.                       90               88
           Sask.                      91               96
           Alta.                      89               96
           B.C.                       94               99

           Source: Statistics Canada Envirostats vol. 1, no. 1 (Catalogue #16002XIE)
programs, Canada, provinces and territories, 2006
           Table HI-4k - Percentage of residents that compost, Canada, provinces and territories
Contents                 1994      2006
           Canada             23        27
           Nfld.               9        21
           P.E.I.             17        91
           N.S.               19        69
           N.B.               16        32
           Que.                8        13
           Ont.               30        34
           Man.               18        23
           Sask.              22        27
           Alta.              21        22
           B.C.               38        30

           Source: Statistics Canada Envirostats vol. 1, no. 1 (Catalogue #16002XIE)
nd territories
           PH-D1 - Diabetes rates, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Nova Scotia and Canada
Contents                                                         Nova Scotia
                            Total            With diabetes            Without diabetes         Diabetes not stated
                          population
                           Number         Number          %          Number         %          Number
           1994-1995          763,946      27,474E            3.6E    731,133           95.7            F
           1996-1997          774,558      35,506E            4.6E    738,581           95.4            F
           1998-1999          773,849       34,108             4.4    739,741           95.6            F
           2000-2001          787,972       40,769             5.2    746,998           94.8            F
                 2003         797,601       43,720             5.5    753,600           94.5            F
                 2005         795,983       74,348             9.3    720,821           90.6            F
                 2007                        54,395            6.8



           Definition:
           Population aged 12 and over who report that they have been diagnosed by a health professional as having diabete
           Sources:
           Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2003, 2000/01, health file; Statistics Canada, National Pop
           and 1998/99, cross sectional sample, health file and North component.
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) from 16.6% to 33.3% are identified by an (E) and should be interpreted with
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) greater than 33.3% were suppressed (F) due to extreme sampling variabilit
           Note:
           Due to changes in reporting format, data for 2007 is only available for "with diabetes"
Nova Scotia and Canada
                                                                        Canada
  Diabetes not stated       Total population      With diabetes             Without diabetes          Diabetes not stated

                 %             Number          Number        %           Number            %          Number        %
                        F        23,948,617      722,491            3     23,198,994           96.9    27,133E          0.1E
                        F        24,594,887      787,924          3.2     23,797,702           96.8     9,262E          0.0E
                        F        24,916,127      865,908          3.5     24,041,852           96.5          F             F
                        F        25,801,719    1,063,698          4.1     24,719,208           95.8    18,813E          0.1E
                        F        26,578,125    1,222,882          4.6     25,331,210           95.3     24,033           0.1
                        F        27,131,964    1,325,120          4.9     25,784,225             95     22,619           0.1
                                               1,615,163          5.8




lth professional as having diabetes.

e; Statistics Canada, National Population Health Survey, 1994/95, 1996/97

(E) and should be interpreted with caution
due to extreme sampling variability.
           PH-D2 - Diabetes rates, household population age 12 and over, males, Nova Scotia and Canada
Contents                                                          Nova Scotia
                        Total population       With diabetes            Without diabetes         Diabetes not stated

                            Number          Number          %          Number         %          Number
           1994-1995            370,343      14,877E            4.0E    352,154           95.1            F
           1996-1997            375,596      23,467E            6.2E    351,658           93.6            F
           1998-1999            373,253      22,189E            5.9E    351,064           94.1            F
           2000-2001            380,843       19,343             5.1    361,295           94.9            F
                 2003           385,755       22,339             5.8    363,283           94.2            F
                 2005           385,020       24,847             6.5    360,102           93.5            F
                 2007                          31,106            8.2



           Definition:
           Population aged 12 and over who report that they have been diagnosed by a health professional as having diabete
           Sources:
           Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2003, 2000/01, health file; Statistics Canada, National Pop
           and 1998/99, cross sectional sample, health file and North component.
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) from 16.6% to 33.3% are identified by an (E) and should be interpreted with
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) greater than 33.3% were suppressed (F) due to extreme sampling variabilit
           Note:
           Due to changes in reporting format, data for 2007 is only available for "with diabetes"
Scotia and Canada
                                                                       Canada
  Diabetes not stated       Total population     With diabetes             Without diabetes          Diabetes not stated

                  %            Number          Number       %             Number         %           Number        %
                        F        11,780,342     359,458          3.1      11,406,954          96.8          F             F
                        F        12,099,440     423,157          3.5      11,671,574          96.5     4,709E          0.0E
                        F        12,259,087     481,833          3.9      11,777,254          96.1          F             F
                        F        12,705,415     556,838          4.4      12,138,236          95.5    10,341E          0.1E
                        F        13,090,299     645,215          4.9      12,431,966            95    13,117 E         0.1 E
                        F        13,371,912     714,966          5.3      12,644,127          94.6    12,819 E         0.1 E
                                                882,086          6.4




h professional as having diabetes.

 Statistics Canada, National Population Health Survey, 1994/95, 1996/97

E) and should be interpreted with caution
ue to extreme sampling variability.
           PH-D3 - Diabetes rates, household population age 12 and over, females, Nova Scotia and Canada
Contents                                                         Nova Scotia
                            Total            With diabetes            Without diabetes         Diabetes not stated
                          population
                           Number         Number          %          Number         %          Number
           1994-1995          393,603      12,597E            3.2E    378,979           96.3            F
           1996-1997          398,962      12,038E            3.0E    386,924             97            F
           1998-1999          400,596      11,919E            3.0E    388,677             97            F
           2000-2001          407,129       21,427             5.3    385,703           94.7            F
                 2003         411,846       21,381             5.2    390,317           94.8            F
                 2005         410,963       28,035             6.8    382,299             93            F
                 2007                        23,289            5.6



           Definition:
           Population aged 12 and over who report that they have been diagnosed by a health professional as having diabete
           Sources:
           Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2003, 2000/01, health file; Statistics Canada, National Pop
           and 1998/99, cross sectional sample, health file and North component.
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) from 16.6% to 33.3% are identified by an (E) and should be interpreted with
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) greater than 33.3% were suppressed (F) due to extreme sampling variabilit
           Note:
           Due to changes in reporting format, data for 2007 is only available for "with diabetes"
va Scotia and Canada
                                                                       Canada
  Diabetes not stated       Total population     With diabetes              Without diabetes          Diabetes not stated

                 %             Number          Number       %           Number             %          Number        %
                        F       12,168,275      363,032            3     11,792,040            96.9          F             F
                        F       12,495,447      364,766          2.9     12,126,128              97          F             F
                        F       12,657,040      384,075            3     12,264,598            96.9          F             F
                        F       13,096,304      506,860          3.9     12,580,972            96.1     8,472E          0.1E
                        F       13,487,826      577,666          4.3     12,899,244            95.6    10,916 E         0.1 E
                        F       13,760,052      610,154          4.4     13,140,098            95.5     9,800 E         0.1 E
                                                733,077          5.2




lth professional as having diabetes.

e; Statistics Canada, National Population Health Survey, 1994/95, 1996/97

(E) and should be interpreted with caution
due to extreme sampling variability.
           PH-D4 - Percentage of population with diabetes, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Canad
Contents                Canada       Nfld.       P.E.I.      N.S.       N.B.        Que.
                 2007           5.8         8.8          5.6         6.8          7.4          5.9

           Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2003, 2000/01, health file; Statistics Canada, National Pop
ge 12 and over, both sexes, Canada and Provinces
               Ont.       Man.       Sask.       Alta.              B.C.         Yuk.         N.W.T.
                      6.1          5.0         5.7          4.5            5.4          4.6        4.2

h file; Statistics Canada, National Population Health Survey, 1994/95, 1996/97
           PH-D5 - Diabetes rates, household population age 12 and over, by sex, Nova Scotia, by Health Region
Contents                                                                 Zone 1
                                Total           With diabetes             Without diabetes        Diabetes not stated
                              population
                               Number        Number          %           Number        %          Number
                 2000-2001
                 Both sexes      108,292         7,146            6.6     100,940          93.2            F
                      Males       53,119         2,931            5.5      49,983          94.1            F
                   Females        55,173         4,215            7.6      50,957          92.4            F
                       2003
                 Both sexes      108,573         6,869             6.3    101,704          93.7            F
                      Males       53,417       3,095 E           5.8 E     50,323          94.2            F
                   Females        55,156       3,774 E           6.8 E     51,381          93.2            F
                       2005
                 Both sexes      108,005         8,830             8.2     99,081          91.7            F
                      Males       53,261       4,589 E           8.6 E     48,672          91.4            F
                   Females        54,744         4,241             7.7     50,409          92.1            F
                       2007
                 Both sexes                      7,258            6.9
                      Males                      5,073            9.9
                   Females                       2,185            4.0

           Definition:
           Population aged 12 and over who report that they have been diagnosed by a health professional as having diabete
           Sources:
           Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2003, 2000/01, health file; Statistics Canada, National Pop
           and 1998/99, cross sectional sample, health file and North component.
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) from 16.6% to 33.3% are identified by an (E) and should be interpreted with
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) greater than 33.3% were suppressed (F) due to extreme sampling variabilit
           Note:
           Due to changes in reporting format, data for 2007 is only available for "with diabetes"
Scotia, by Health Region
                                                                         Zone 2
  Diabetes not stated       Total population     With diabetes              Without diabetes          Diabetes not stated


                 %             Number          Number       %             Number          %           Number        %


                        F            70,499       3,272           4.6         67,228           95.4            F            F
                        F            33,968      1,337E          3.9E         32,631           96.1            F            F
                        F            36,531      1,935E          5.3E         34,596           94.7            F            F

                        F            69,362      3,749 E         5.4 E        65,613           94.6            F            F
                        F            33,260      1,861 E         5.6 E        31,398           94.4            F            F
                        F            36,102      1,887 E         5.2 E        34,215           94.8            F            F

                        F            69,367      4,202 E         6.1 E        64,980           93.7            F            F
                        F            33,265      1,817 E         5.5 E        31,376           94.3            F            F
                        F            36,102      2,385 E         6.6 E        33,604           93.1            F            F


                                                  5,202           7.2
                                                  2,289           6.8
                                                  2,913           7.5



professional as having diabetes.

Statistics Canada, National Population Health Survey, 1994/95, 1996/97

) and should be interpreted with caution
e to extreme sampling variability.
                                       Zone 3
  Total        With diabetes            Without diabetes        Diabetes not stated         Total
population                                                                                population
 Number      Number       %            Number        %          Number        %            Number


    88,937      6,246             7      82,691            93            F            F       83,250
    43,361     2,860E          6.6E      40,502          93.4            F            F       40,986
    45,575     3,386E          7.4E      42,189          92.6            F            F       42,265

    90,632     5,097 E         5.6 E     85,535          94.4            F            F       81,123
    44,326     2,033 E         4.6 E     42,292          95.4            F            F       39,759
    46,306     3,063 E         6.6 E     43,243          93.4            F            F       41,364

    90,625       6,936           7.7     83,646          92.3            F            F       80,102
    44,431     2,848 E         6.4 E     41,583          93.6            F            F       39,431
    46,194     4,088 E         8.8 E     42,063          91.1            F            F       40,671


                5,405           6.0
                2,503           5.7
                2,902           6.2
                          Zone 4                                                                            Zone 5
  With diabetes            Without diabetes        Diabetes not stated         Total        With diabetes
                                                                             population
Number       %            Number        %          Number        %            Number      Number

  5,777E          6.9E      77,473          93.1            F            F     112,272       6,638
  3,506E          8.6E      37,480          91.4            F            F      53,896      3,300E
  2,271E          5.4E      39,993          94.6            F            F      58,376      3,338E

  4,758 E         5.9 E     76,232            94            F            F     109,925        9,002
  2,094 E         5.3 E     37,532          94.4            F            F      52,610      4,983 E
  2,663 E         6.4 E     38,701          93.6            F            F      57,315      4,019 E

    5,841           7.3     74,177          92.6            F            F     109,084        9,701
  3,088 E         7.8 E     36,343          92.2            F            F      52,220      3,550 E
  2,753 E         6.8 E     37,833            93            F            F      56,864        6,151


   5,313           6.7                                                                      10,671
   2,741             F                                                                       5,890
   2,572           6.3                                                                       4,781
                        Zone 5                                                                                    Zone 6
With diabetes            Without diabetes        Diabetes not stated         Total        With diabetes
                                                                           population
           %            Number        %          Number        %            Number      Number       %


                 5.9     105,634          94.1            F            F     324,722     11,690E          3.6E
                6.1E      50,596          93.9            F            F     155,512      5,409E          3.5E
                5.7E      55,038          94.3            F            F     169,210      6,281E          3.7E

                  8.2    100,776          91.7            F            F     337,986      14,246            4.2
                9.5 E     47,628          90.5            F            F     162,382      8,272 E         5.1 E
                7.0 E     53,148          92.7            F            F     175,603      5,974 E         3.4 E

                  8.9     99,287            91            F            F     338,801      17,372            5.1
                6.8 E     48,670          93.2            F            F     162,412      8,954 E         5.5 E
                10.8      50,617            89            F            F     176,389      8,418 E         4.8 E


                10.2                                                                      20,545           6.0
                12.0                                                                      12,610           7.6
                 8.7                                                                       7,936           4.4
Zone 6
 Without diabetes        Diabetes not stated


Number        %          Number        %


 313,032          96.4            F            F
 150,103          96.5            F            F
 162,928          96.3            F            F

 323,740          95.8            F            F
 154,110          94.9            F            F
 169,629          96.6            F            F

 321,230          94.8            F            F
 153,458          94.5            F            F
 167,773          95.1            F            F
           PH-A1 - Asthma rates, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Nova Scotia and Canada
Contents                                                          Nova Scotia
                          Total            With Asthma               Without Asthma          Asthma Not Stated
                        population
                         Number        Number          %           Number        %           Number
           1994-1995        863,480       69,438              8      788,574          91.3            F
           1996-1997        869,197       72,090            8.3      797,106          91.7            F
           1998-1999        870,558       88,448           10.2      781,642          89.8            F
           2000-2001        787,972       72,022            9.1      715,879          90.9            F
                 2003       797,601       73,924            9.3      723,563          90.7            F
                 2005       795,983       74,348            9.3      720,821          90.6            F
                 2007                     86,009           10.8



           Definition:
           Population aged 12 and over who report that they have been diagnosed by a health professional as having diabete
           Sources:
           Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2003, 2000/01, health file; Statistics Canada, National Pop
           and 1998/99, cross sectional sample, health file and North component.
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) from 16.6% to 33.3% are identified by an (E) and should be interpreted with
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) greater than 33.3% were suppressed (F) due to extreme sampling variabilit
           Note:
           Due to changes in reporting format, data for 2007 is only available for "with asthma"
s, Nova Scotia and Canada
                                                                      Canada
   Asthma Not Stated          Total             With Asthma               Without Asthma          Asthma Not Stated
                            population
                  %          Number         Number          %          Number          %          Number       %
                       F      27,077,655    1,955,472           7.2     25,050,943         92.5     71,239          0.3
                       F      27,834,243    2,158,697           7.8     25,665,372         92.2    10,173E         0.0E
                       F      28,091,727    2,389,085           8.5     25,690,359         91.5          F            F
                       F      25,801,719    2,170,748           8.4     23,615,991         91.5    14,979E         0.1E
                       F      26,578,125    2,226,770           8.4     24,326,086         91.5     25,269          0.1
                       F      27,131,964    2,249,703           8.3     24,867,276         91.7     14,985          0.1
                                            2,240,420           8.0




 ealth professional as having diabetes.

h file; Statistics Canada, National Population Health Survey, 1994/95, 1996/97

an (E) and should be interpreted with caution
F) due to extreme sampling variability.
           PH-A2 - Asthma rates, household population age 12 and over, males, Nova Scotia and Canada
Contents                                                          Nova Scotia
                          Total            With Asthma               Without Asthma          Asthma Not Stated
                        population
                         Number        Number          %           Number        %           Number
           1994-1995        421,276     38,884E            9.2E      379,079            90            F
           1996-1997        422,141     30,031E            7.1E      392,110          92.9            F
           1998-1999        428,671     32,677E            7.6E      395,526          92.3            F
           2000-2001        380,843      28,524             7.5      352,248          92.5            F
                 2003       385,755      30,066             7.8      355,688          92.2            F
                 2005       385,020      31,886             8.3      352,995          91.7            F
                 2007                     31,815            8.4



           Definition:
           Population aged 12 and over who report that they have been diagnosed by a health professional as having diabete
           Sources:
           Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2003, 2000/01, health file; Statistics Canada, National Pop
           and 1998/99, cross sectional sample, health file and North component.
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) from 16.6% to 33.3% are identified by an (E) and should be interpreted with
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) greater than 33.3% were suppressed (F) due to extreme sampling variabilit
           Note:
           Due to changes in reporting format, data for 2007 is only available for "with asthma"
va Scotia and Canada
                                                                       Canada
   Asthma Not Stated       Total population      With Asthma               Without Asthma          Asthma Not Stated

                  %           Number          Number         %           Number         %          Number       %
                       F       13,379,463       977,483          7.3      12,363,390        92.4    38,590E         0.3E
                       F       13,755,681       957,353            7      12,792,364          93          F            F
                       F       13,883,550     1,096,815          7.9      12,786,267        92.1          F            F
                       F       12,705,415       878,920          6.9      11,818,983          93     7,512E         0.1E
                       F       13,090,299       932,870          7.1      12,143,689        92.8    13,740 E        0.1 E
                       F       13,371,912       922,306          6.9      12,440,677          93     8,929 E        0.1 E
                                                914,083          6.7




 ealth professional as having diabetes.

h file; Statistics Canada, National Population Health Survey, 1994/95, 1996/97

an (E) and should be interpreted with caution
F) due to extreme sampling variability.
           PH-A3 - Asthma rates, household population age 12 and over, females, Nova Scotia and Canada
Contents                                                          Nova Scotia
                          Total            With Asthma               Without Asthma          Asthma Not Stated
                        population
                         Number        Number          %           Number        %           Number
           1994-1995        442,204       30,554            6.9      409,494          92.6            F
           1996-1997        447,056       42,059            9.4      404,996          90.6            F
           1998-1999        441,887       55,770           12.6      386,117          87.4            F
           2000-2001        407,129       43,498           10.7      363,631          89.3            F
                 2003       411,846       43,858           10.6      367,874          89.3            F
                 2005       410,963       42,462           10.3      367,826          89.5            F
                 2007                     54,194           13.0



           Definition:
           Population aged 12 and over who report that they have been diagnosed by a health professional as having diabete
           Sources:
           Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2003, 2000/01, health file; Statistics Canada, National Pop
           and 1998/99, cross sectional sample, health file and North component.
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) from 16.6% to 33.3% are identified by an (E) and should be interpreted with
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) greater than 33.3% were suppressed (F) due to extreme sampling variabilit
           Note:
           Due to changes in reporting format, data for 2007 is only available for "with asthma"
 ova Scotia and Canada
                                                                        Canada
   Asthma Not Stated          Total               With Asthma                Without Asthma              Asthma Not Stated
                            population
                  %          Number          Number           %           Number              %          Number       %
                       F      13,698,192          977,989         7.1       12,687,553            92.6    32,649E         0.2E
                       F      14,078,562        1,201,344         8.5       12,873,008            91.4     4,210E         0.0E
                       F      14,208,177        1,292,270         9.1       12,904,092            90.8          F            F
                       F      13,096,304        1,291,828         9.9       11,797,008            90.1     7,467E         0.1E
                       F      13,487,826        1,293,900         9.6       12,182,397            90.3    11,529 E        0.1 E
                       F      13,760,052        1,327,397         9.6       12,426,599            90.3     6,056 E        0.0 E
                                                1,326,337         9.4




 ealth professional as having diabetes.

h file; Statistics Canada, National Population Health Survey, 1994/95, 1996/97

an (E) and should be interpreted with caution
F) due to extreme sampling variability.
           PH-A4 - Percentage of population with asthma, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Canada
Contents                Canada       Nfld.       P.E.I.     N.S.       N.B.        Que.
                 2007         8.0        5.2         8.9       10.8         8.7        8.1
e 12 and over, both sexes, Canada and Provinces
               Ont.        Man.      Sask.      Alta.         B.C.         Yuk.         N.W.T.     Nvt
                  8.1         7.2        8.4            8.9          6.7          8.6        5.4         4.0
           PH-A5 - Asthma rates, household population age 12 and over, by sex, Nova Scotia, by Health Region
Contents                                                                Zone 1
                               Total            With Asthma              Without Asthma          Asthma Not Stated
                             population
                              Number        Number          %           Number        %          Number
                2000-2001
                Both sexes      108,292         9,763             9       98,529            91            F
                     Males       53,119        5,798E         10.9E       47,322          89.1            F
                  Females        55,173        3,965E          7.2E       51,207          92.8            F
                      2003
                Both sexes      108,573         9,536             8.8     99,036          91.2            F
                     Males       53,417       4,108 E           7.7 E     49,310          92.3            F
                  Females        55,156       5,429 E           9.8 E     49,727          90.2            F
                      2005
                Both sexes      108,005       10,794             10       97,211            90            F
                     Males       53,261       5,904 E        11.1 E       47,357          88.9            F
                  Females        54,744         4,890           8.9       49,854          91.1            F
                      2007
                Both sexes                     11,490           10.9
                     Males                      3,629            7.1
                  Females                       7,861           14.4

           Definition:
           Population aged 12 and over who report that they have been diagnosed by a health professional as having diabete
           Sources:
           Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2003, 2000/01, health file; Statistics Canada, National Pop
           and 1998/99, cross sectional sample, health file and North component.
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) from 16.6% to 33.3% are identified by an (E) and should be interpreted with
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) greater than 33.3% were suppressed (F) due to extreme sampling variabilit
           Note:
           Due to changes in reporting format, data for 2007 is only available for "with asthma"
 cotia, by Health Region
                                                                   Zone 2
   Asthma Not Stated         Total           With Asthma            Without Asthma          Asthma Not Stated
                           population
                  %         Number      Number         %           Number      %            Number       %


                       F       70,499        6,439           9.1     64,061          90.9            F          F
                       F       33,968       2,466E          7.3E     31,502          92.7            F          F
                       F       36,531       3,973E         10.9E     32,558          89.1            F          F

                       F       69,362         7,384      10.6        61,939          89.3            F          F
                       F       33,260       3,061 E      9.2 E       30,199          90.8            F          F
                       F       36,102       4,323 E     12.0 E       31,741          87.9            F          F

                       F       69,367         6,658          9.6     62,709          90.4            F          F
                       F       33,265       3,172 E        9.5 E     30,093          90.5            F          F
                       F       36,102       3,486 E        9.7 E     32,616          90.3            F          F


                                             7,643         10.5
                                                 F            F
                                             4,724         12.1



h professional as having diabetes.

 Statistics Canada, National Population Health Survey, 1994/95, 1996/97

E) and should be interpreted with caution
ue to extreme sampling variability.
                                      Zone 3
  Total         With Asthma            Without Asthma          Asthma Not Stated         Total
population                                                                             population
 Number      Number       %           Number      %            Number       %           Number


    88,937      8,012            9      80,925            91            F          F       83,250
    43,361     2,797E         6.5E      40,564          93.5            F          F       40,986
    45,575      5,215         11.4      40,361          88.6            F          F       42,265

    90,632       7,235            8     83,397            92            F          F       81,123
    44,326     3,280 E        7.4 E     41,046          92.6            F          F       39,759
    46,306     3,955 E        8.5 E     42,351          91.5            F          F       41,364

    90,625       7,426          8.2     83,091          91.7            F          F       80,102
    44,431     3,667 E        8.3 E     40,764          91.7            F          F       39,431
    46,194     3,760 E        8.1 E     42,327          91.6            F          F       40,671


                7,794          8.6
                3,453          7.9
                4,340          9.2
                         Zone 4                                                                         Zone 5
   With Asthma            Without Asthma          Asthma Not Stated         Total         With Asthma
                                                                          population
Number       %           Number      %            Number       %           Number      Number

  6,784E          8.1E     76,396          91.8            F          F     112,272      10,476
  2,060E          5.0E     38,855          94.8            F          F      53,896      5,077E
  4,724E         11.2E     37,541          88.8            F          F      58,376       5,399

    6,931       8.5        74,192          91.5            F          F     109,925      10,335
  2,375 E     6.0 E        37,385            94            F          F      52,610      3,486 E
  4,557 E    11.0 E        36,807            89            F          F      57,315      6,849 E

    5,849          7.3     74,253          92.7            F          F     109,084        9,516
  2,807 E        7.1 E     36,624          92.9            F          F      52,220      4,301 E
  3,041 E        7.5 E     37,629          92.5            F          F      56,864      5,215 E


   6,221          7.9                                                                     7,710
       F            F                                                                         F
   4,160         10.2                                                                     3,952
                      Zone 5                                                                                 Zone 6
With Asthma            Without Asthma          Asthma Not Stated         Total         With Asthma
                                                                       population
          %           Number      %            Number       %           Number      Number       %


               9.3     101,796          90.7            F          F     324,722      30,548          9.4
              9.4E      48,819          90.6            F          F     155,512     10,326E         6.6E
               9.2      52,977          90.8            F          F     169,210      20,222           12

             9.4        99,590          90.6            F          F     337,986      32,502          9.6
           6.6 E        49,124          93.4            F          F     162,382      13,757          8.5
          11.9 E        50,466          88.1            F          F     175,603      18,745         10.7

                8.7     99,333          91.1            F          F     338,801      34,106         10.1
              8.2 E     47,780          91.5            F          F     162,412     12,036 E        7.4 E
              9.2 E     51,553          90.7            F          F     176,389      22,070         12.5


               7.4                                                                    45,150         13.1
                 F                                                                    15,994          9.7
               7.2                                                                    29,156         16.3
Zone 6
 Without Asthma          Asthma Not Stated

Number      %            Number       %


 294,173          90.6            F          F
 145,186          93.4            F          F
 148,988            88            F          F

 305,408          90.4            F          F
 148,625          91.5            F          F
 156,783          89.3            F          F

 304,224          89.8            F          F
 150,376          92.6            F          F
 153,848          87.2            F          F
           PH-BP1 - High blood pressure rates, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Nova Scotia and C
Contents                                                         Nova Scotia
                          Total          With High Blood          Without High Blood       High Blood Pressure Not
                        population          Pressure                  Pressure                      Stated
                         Number        Number         %           Number        %            Number
           1994-1995        763,946       99,546            13      659,061         86.3            F
           1996-1997        774,558      125,838          16.2      648,366         83.7            F
           1998-1999        773,849      130,740          16.9      642,476           83            F
           2000-2001        787,972      127,845          16.2      659,503         83.7            F
                 2003       797,601      144,531          18.1      651,697         81.7            F
                 2005       795,983      144,291          18.1      649,777         81.6            F
                 2007                    151,667          19.0



           Definition:
           Population aged 12 and over who report that they have been diagnosed by a health professional as having diabete
           Sources:
           Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2003, 2000/01, health file; Statistics Canada, National Pop
           and 1998/99, cross sectional sample, health file and North component.
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) from 16.6% to 33.3% are identified by an (E) and should be interpreted with
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) greater than 33.3% were suppressed (F) due to extreme sampling variabilit
           Note:
           Due to changes in reporting format, data for 2007 is only available for "with high blood pressure"
ver, both sexes, Nova Scotia and Canada
                                                                       Canada
High Blood Pressure Not Total population          With High Blood        Without High Blood      High Blood Pressure Not
         Stated                                      Pressure                Pressure                     Stated
                %           Number              Number         %         Number          %         Number        %
                       F        23,948,617      2,077,788        8.7      21,843,696      91.2      27,133E        0.1E
                       F        24,594,887      2,470,957         10      22,099,111      89.9       24,820         0.1
                       F        24,916,127      2,717,370       10.9      22,173,809        89            F           F
                       F        25,801,719      3,257,198       12.6      22,497,665      87.2       46,856         0.2
                       F        26,578,125      3,822,166       14.4      22,691,765      85.4       64,194         0.2
                       F        27,131,964      4,052,614       14.9      23,013,638      84.8       65,712         0.2
                                                4,433,188       15.9




 ealth professional as having diabetes.

h file; Statistics Canada, National Population Health Survey, 1994/95, 1996/97

an (E) and should be interpreted with caution
F) due to extreme sampling variability.

 h blood pressure"
           PH-BP2 - High blood pressure rates, household population age 12 and over, males, Nova Scotia and Canad
Contents                                                         Nova Scotia
                          Total          With High Blood          Without High Blood       High Blood Pressure Not
                        population          Pressure                  Pressure                      Stated
                         Number        Number         %           Number        %            Number
           1994-1995        370,343       38,430          10.4      328,600         88.7            F
           1996-1997        375,596       43,922          11.7      331,319         88.2            F
           1998-1999        373,253       46,925          12.6      326,328         87.4            F
           2000-2001        380,843       55,100          14.5      325,330         85.4            F
                 2003       385,755       64,785          16.8      320,712         83.1            F
                 2005       385,020       62,706          16.3      321,007         83.4            F
                 2007                     70,279          18.4



           Definition:
           Population aged 12 and over who report that they have been diagnosed by a health professional as having diabete
           Sources:
           Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2003, 2000/01, health file; Statistics Canada, National Pop
           and 1998/99, cross sectional sample, health file and North component.
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) from 16.6% to 33.3% are identified by an (E) and should be interpreted with
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) greater than 33.3% were suppressed (F) due to extreme sampling variabilit
           Note:
           Due to changes in reporting format, data for 2007 is only available for "with high blood pressure"
ver, males, Nova Scotia and Canada
                                                                        Canada
High Blood Pressure Not Total population       With High Blood        Without High Blood Pressure High Blood Pressure Not
         Stated                                   Pressure                                                 Stated
                %           Number           Number         %             Number           %        Number        %
                       F       11,780,342      861,818          7.3       10,904,594        92.6           F           F
                       F       12,099,440    1,052,068          8.7       11,032,321        91.2     15,050E        0.1E
                       F       12,259,087    1,106,931            9       11,140,846        90.9           F           F
                       F       12,705,415    1,443,291         11.4       11,233,033        88.4      29,091         0.2
                       F       13,090,299    1,746,602         13.3       11,303,083        86.3      40,614         0.3
                       F       13,371,912    1,890,353         14.1       11,438,038        85.5      43,522         0.3
                                             2,067,613         15.1




 ealth professional as having diabetes.

h file; Statistics Canada, National Population Health Survey, 1994/95, 1996/97

an (E) and should be interpreted with caution
F) due to extreme sampling variability.

 h blood pressure"
           PH-BP3 - High blood pressure rates, household population age 12 and over, females, Nova Scotia and Can
Contents                                                         Nova Scotia
                          Total          With High Blood          Without High Blood       High Blood Pressure Not
                        population          Pressure                  Pressure                      Stated
                         Number        Number         %           Number        %            Number
           1994-1995        393,603       61,116          15.5      330,461           84            F
           1996-1997        398,962       81,915          20.5      317,047         79.5            F
           1998-1999        400,596       83,815          20.9      316,148         78.9            F
           2000-2001        407,129       72,745          17.9      334,173         82.1            F
                 2003       411,846       79,746          19.4      330,985         80.4            F
                 2005       410,963       81,586          19.9      328,769           80            F
                 2007                     81,388          19.6



           Definition:
           Population aged 12 and over who report that they have been diagnosed by a health professional as having diabete
           Sources:
           Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2003, 2000/01, health file; Statistics Canada, National Pop
           and 1998/99, cross sectional sample, health file and North component.
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) from 16.6% to 33.3% are identified by an (E) and should be interpreted with
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) greater than 33.3% were suppressed (F) due to extreme sampling variabilit
           Note:
           Due to changes in reporting format, data for 2007 is only available for "with high blood pressure"
ver, females, Nova Scotia and Canada
                                                                           Canada
High Blood Pressure Not       Total         With High Blood Pressure         Without High Blood          High Blood Pressure Not
         Stated             population                                           Pressure                         Stated
                %            Number             Number          %            Number          %             Number        %
                       F      12,168,275         1,215,970            10      10,939,103          89.9            F           F
                       F      12,495,447         1,418,889          11.4      11,066,789          88.6       9,769E        0.1E
                       F      12,657,040         1,610,439          12.7      11,032,964          87.2            F           F
                       F      13,096,304         1,813,907          13.9      11,264,632            86       17,765         0.1
                       F      13,487,826         2,075,564          15.4      11,388,682          84.4       23,581         0.2
                       F      13,760,052         2,162,262          15.7      11,575,600          84.1       22,190         0.2
                                                 2,365,575          16.7




 ealth professional as having diabetes.

h file; Statistics Canada, National Population Health Survey, 1994/95, 1996/97

an (E) and should be interpreted with caution
F) due to extreme sampling variability.

 h blood pressure"
           PH-BP4 - Percentage of population with high blood pressure, household population age 12 and over, both
Contents                Canada       Nfld.       P.E.I.      N.S.       N.B.       Que.
                 2007        15.9       21.2        17.3        19.0       19.4        15.8
population age 12 and over, both sexes, Canada and Provinces
              Ont.       Man.        Sask.       Alta.     B.C.      Yuk.      N.W.T.     Nvt
                 16.4       16.1       17.2        14.0       14.0      15.2       11.1         6.1
           PH-BP5 - High blood pressure rates, household population age 12 and over, by sex, Nova Scotia, by Health
Contents                                                              Zone 1
                                Total         With High Blood         Without High Blood        High Blood Pressure Not
                              population         Pressure                 Pressure                       Stated
                               Number       Number         %          Number        %             Number
                 2000-2001
                 Both sexes      108,292       20,307          18.8       87,985         81.2            F
                      Males       53,119        8,003          15.1       45,116         84.9            F
                   Females        55,173       12,304          22.3       42,868         77.7            F
                       2003
                 Both sexes      108,573       20,503          18.9       87,259         80.4            F
                      Males       53,417        8,311          15.6       44,917         84.1            F
                   Females        55,156       12,192          22.1       42,342         76.8            F
                       2005
                 Both sexes      108,005       23,373          21.6       84,017         77.8            F
                      Males       53,261       10,694          20.1       41,952         78.8            F
                   Females        54,744       12,679          23.2       42,065         76.8            F
                       2007
                 Both sexes                    24,577          23.2
                      Males                    11,777          23.0
                   Females                     12,800          23.5

           Definition:
           Population aged 12 and over who report that they have been diagnosed by a health professional as having high blo
           Sources:
           Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2003, 2000/01, health file; Statistics Canada, National Pop
           and 1998/99, cross sectional sample, health file and North component.
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) from 16.6% to 33.3% are identified by an (E) and should be interpreted with
           Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) greater than 33.3% were suppressed (F) due to extreme sampling variabilit
           Note:
           Due to changes in reporting format, data for 2007 is only available for "with high blood pressure"
by sex, Nova Scotia, by Health Region
                                                                   Zone 2
High Blood Pressure Not   Total              With High Blood       Without High Blood     High Blood Pressure Not
         Stated         population              Pressure               Pressure                    Stated
                %        Number            Number         %        Number        %          Number        %


                       F      70,499           9,031       12.8      61,468        87.2            F           F
                       F      33,968           3,925       11.6      30,043        88.4            F           F
                       F      36,531           5,106         14      31,425          86            F           F

                       F      69,362         11,143        16.1      58,185        83.9            F           F
                       F      33,260         4,999 E      15.0 E     28,261          85            F           F
                       F      36,102           6,144         17      29,924        82.9            F           F

                       F      69,367         11,289        16.3      58,078        83.7            F           F
                       F      33,265          4,911        14.8      28,354        85.2            F           F
                       F      36,102          6,378        17.7      29,724        82.3            F           F


                                             14,233        19.6
                                              6,364        18.9
                                              7,869        20.2



 professional as having high blood pressure

Statistics Canada, National Population Health Survey, 1994/95, 1996/97

) and should be interpreted with caution
e to extreme sampling variability.

od pressure"
                                    Zone 3
  Total        With High Blood      Without High Blood     High Blood Pressure Not   Total
population        Pressure              Pressure                    Stated         population
 Number      Number         %       Number        %          Number        %        Number


    88,937     16,436        18.5     72,501        81.5            F           F      83,250
    43,361      6,848        15.8     36,513        84.2            F           F      40,986
    45,575      9,588          21     35,988          79            F           F      42,265

    90,632     21,542        23.8     68,810        75.9            F           F      81,123
    44,326      9,342        21.1     34,983        78.9            F           F      39,759
    46,306     12,200        26.3     33,827        73.1            F           F      41,364

    90,625     18,113          20     72,309        79.8            F           F      80,102
    44,431      8,102        18.2     36,241        81.6            F           F      39,431
    46,194     10,011        21.7     36,068        78.1            F           F      40,671


               21,251        23.5
               11,221        25.8
               10,030        21.3
                       Zone 4                                                                          Zone 5
  With High Blood      Without High Blood     High Blood Pressure Not   Total        With High Blood
     Pressure              Pressure                    Stated         population        Pressure
Number         %       Number        %          Number        %        Number      Number


  13,704        16.5     69,547        83.5            F           F     112,272     24,377
   5,684        13.9     35,302        86.1            F           F      53,896     10,199
   8,020          19     34,244          81            F           F      58,376     14,179

  15,124        18.6     65,930        81.3            F           F     109,925     25,403
   7,840        19.7     31,850        80.1            F           F      52,610     11,733
   7,284        17.6     34,080        82.4            F           F      57,315     13,669

  17,455        21.8     62,557        78.1            F           F     109,084     25,225
   7,676        19.5     31,755        80.5            F           F      52,220     10,946
   9,779          24     30,801        75.7            F           F      56,864     14,279


  13,814        17.5                                                                 23,185
   6,984        18.3                                                                  9,806
   6,830        16.7                                                                 13,380
                     Zone 5                                                                             Zone 6
With High Blood      Without High Blood     High Blood Pressure Not   Total        With High Blood
   Pressure              Pressure                    Stated         population        Pressure
             %       Number        %          Number        %        Number      Number         %


              21.7     87,827        78.2            F           F     324,722     43,990        13.5
              18.9     43,630          81            F           F     155,512     20,442        13.1
              24.3     44,197        75.7            F           F     169,210     23,548        13.9

              23.1     84,522        76.9            F           F     337,986     50,815          15
              22.3     40,877        77.7            F           F     162,382     22,559        13.9
              23.8     43,645        76.2            F           F     175,603     28,256        16.1

              23.1     83,624        76.7            F           F     338,801     48,836        14.4
                21     41,135        78.8            F           F     162,412     20,376        12.5
              25.1     42,488        74.7            F           F     176,389     28,459        16.1


              22.2                                                                 54,607        15.8
              20.0                                                                 24,127        14.6
              24.3                                                                 30,481        17.0
Zone 6
Without High Blood     High Blood Pressure Not
    Pressure                    Stated
Number        %          Number        %


 280,175        86.3            F           F
 134,725        86.6            F           F
 145,450          86            F           F

 286,991        84.9            F           F
 139,824        86.1            F           F
 147,167        83.8            F           F

 289,193        85.4            F           F
 141,571        87.2            F           F
 147,622        83.7            F           F
           Table PH-BMI1 - Self-reported adult body mass index (BMI), household population age 12 and over, both se
                                                                                    Nova Scotia
                          Total        Underweight, BMI under     Normal Weight, BMI   Overweight, BMI 25.00 -
Contents                                        18.50                 18.50 - 24.99             29.99
                                             Number            %       Number         %          Number
            1994-1995        676,608             13,875 E      2.1 E    280,040           41.4    257,674
            1996-1997        689,479                    F          F    283,545           41.1    255,611
            1998-1999        688,760                    F          F    289,111             42    255,175
            2000-2001        704,168               13,201        1.9    293,093           41.6    240,171
                 2003        713,863               16,420        2.3    290,556           40.7    245,085
                 2005        715,986               12,451        1.7    280,976           39.2    256,214
                2007*                                                   252,484           35.1

           *Values for 2007 for Obese are for those who replied "Overweight or Obese". This is due to a change in reporting m
ion age 12 and over, both sexes, Nova Scotia and Canada
a Scotia
Overweight, BMI 25.00 - Obese, BMI 30.00 or        BMI Not Stated                Total      Underweight, BMI under
         29.99                  higher                                                              18.50
                 %          Number          %          Number      %                         Number        %
                     38.1    112,855            16.7    12,165 E       1.8E
                                                                               21,143,596     574,103          2.7
                     37.1    130,237            18.9    12,489 E       1.8 E   21,937,770     503,523          2.3
                       37    129,758            18.8          F            F   22,385,105     507,332          2.3
                     34.1    143,515            20.4     14,187            2   23,128,265     673,923          2.9
                     34.3    141,051            19.8     20,751          2.9   23,837,758     631,040          2.6
                     35.8    148,271            20.7     18,073          2.5   24,341,395     658,291          2.7
                             397421*        55.2*

due to a change in reporting methodology.
                          Canada
 Normal Weight, BMI      Overweight, BMI 25.00 -    Obese, BMI 30.00 or        BMI Not Stated
    18.50 - 24.99                29.99                    higher
 Number       %           Number         %          Number        %          Number        %
10,266,836        48.6    7,345,240          34.7   2,680,646         12.7    276,770           1.3
10,606,823        48.3    7,528,109          34.3   2,619,400         11.9    679,914           3.1
10,552,269        47.1    7,854,878          35.1   3,162,439         14.1    308,187           1.4
11,200,683        48.4    7,489,281          32.4   3,353,633         14.5    410,745           1.8
11,140,346        46.7    7,929,024          33.3   3,547,995         14.9    589,353           2.5
11,250,230        46.2    8,132,642          33.4   3,764,664         15.5    535,569           2.2
 8,115,590        32.4                              12132326*       48.5*
           Table PH-BMI2 - Self-reported adult body mass index (BMI), household population age 12 and over, males,
                                                                                Nova Scotia
                         Total     Underweight, BMI under   Normal Weight, BMI   Overweight, BMI 25.00 -
Contents                                   18.50               18.50 - 24.99             29.99
                                      Number          %           Number       %          Number
            1994-1995      332,976             F             F     119,809           36    154,887
            1996-1997      340,072             F             F     118,557         34.9    151,426
            1998-1999      328,783             F             F     112,413         34.2    150,607
            2000-2001      339,091       3,852 E          1.1 E    120,433         35.5    139,272
                 2003      345,353       2,399 E          0.7 E    118,195         34.2    145,637
                 2005      345,105       1,193 E          0.3 E    114,170         33.1    155,405
                2007*                                              143,021         41.2

           *Values for 2007 for Obese are for those who replied "Overweight or Obese". This is due to a change in reporting m
 opulation age 12 and over, males, Nova Scotia and Canada
Nova Scotia
Overweight, BMI 25.00 - Obese, BMI 30.00 or        BMI Not Stated                Total      Underweight, BMI under
         29.99                  higher                                                              18.50
                 %          Number         %          Number       %                         Number        %
                     46.5     55,729           16.7            F          F    21,143,596     574,103          2.7
                     44.5     63,893           18.8            F          F    10,836,093      96,679          0.9
                     45.8     65,141           19.8            F          F    11,030,229     138,348          1.3
                     41.1     73,423           21.7            F          F    11,459,359     147,500          1.3
                     42.2     76,408           22.1     2,713 E        0.8 E   11,794,013     136,968          1.2
                       45     71,823           20.8     2,514 E        0.7 E   12,053,251     132,106          1.1
                             217474*        62.7*

This is due to a change in reporting methodology.
                          Canada
 Normal Weight, BMI      Overweight, BMI 25.00 -    Obese, BMI 30.00 or        BMI Not Stated
    18.50 - 24.99                29.99                    higher
 Number       %           Number         %          Number        %          Number        %
10,266,836        48.6    7,345,240          34.7   2,680,646         12.7    276,770             1.3
 4,467,666        41.2    4,727,348          43.6   1,377,792         12.7    166,608             1.5
 4,369,740        39.6    4,868,515          44.1   1,598,121         14.5    55,505 E          0.5 E
 5,016,635        43.8    4,464,617            39   1,753,430         15.3     77,177             0.7
 4,862,345        41.2    4,837,330            41   1,877,678         15.9     79,693             0.7
 4,885,947        40.5    4,926,770          40.9   2,022,338         16.8     86,090             0.7
 4,864,103        39.3                              6988382*        56.4*
           Table PH-BMI3 - Self-reported adult body mass index (BMI), household population age 12 and over, female
                                                                                Nova Scotia
                         Total     Underweight, BMI under   Normal Weight, BMI   Overweight, BMI 25.00 -
Contents                                   18.50               18.50 - 24.99             29.99
                                      Number          %           Number       %          Number
            1994-1995      343,632     12,239 E           3.6 E    160,231         46.6    102,786
            1996-1997      349,406            F               F    164,988         47.2    104,185
            1998-1999      359,977            F               F    176,698         49.1    104,568
            2000-2001      365,077        9,349             2.6    172,660         47.3    100,899
                 2003      368,511     14,021 E           3.8 E    172,360         46.8     99,448
                 2005      370,881      11,258                3    166,806           45    100,809
                2007*                                              109,463         29.4

           *Values for 2007 for Obese are for those who replied "Overweight or Obese". This is due to a change in reporting m
 opulation age 12 and over, females, Nova Scotia and Canada
Nova Scotia
Overweight, BMI 25.00 - Obese, BMI 30.00 or        BMI Not Stated               Total      Underweight, BMI under
         29.99                  higher                                                             18.50
                 %          Number         %          Number      %                         Number        %
                     29.9     57,127           16.6    11,250 E       3.3 E   10,656,837     471,492          4.4
                     29.8     66,344             19          F            F   11,101,677     406,844          3.7
                       29     64,616             18          F            F   11,354,875     368,984          3.2
                     27.6     70,093           19.2     12,077          3.3   11,668,906     526,424          4.5
                       27     64,643           17.5     18,038          4.9   12,043,745     494,072          4.1
                     27.2     76,448           20.6     15,560          4.2
                             179,947           48.3

This is due to a change in reporting methodology.
                         Canada
Normal Weight, BMI      Overweight, BMI 25.00 -    Obese, BMI 30.00 or        BMI Not Stated
   18.50 - 24.99                29.99                    higher
Number       %           Number         %          Number        %          Number        %
5,818,849        54.6    2,788,480          26.2   1,366,840         12.8    211,176             2
6,139,158        55.3    2,800,761          25.2   1,241,608         11.2    513,306           4.6
6,182,529        54.4    2,986,362          26.3   1,564,318         13.8    252,682           2.2
6,184,048          53    3,024,664          25.9   1,600,203         13.7    333,568           2.9
6,278,001        52.1    3,091,694          25.7   1,670,317         13.9    509,660             4


3,251,487        25.7                              5,143,943         40.7
           PH-BMI4 - Self-reported adult body mass index (BMI), percentage of population that are overweight or obes
Contents                Canada        Nfld.      P.E.I.     N.S.         N.B.       Que.
                 2007        48.5        59.8        56.6       55.2        55.7        46.8
ulation that are overweight or obese, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Canada and Provinces
                 Ont.      Man.        Sask.      Alta.       B.C.       Yuk.       N.W.T.       Nvt
                  49.2       52.7        53.2       50.8        41.2        50.8       55.3        46.0
a and Provinces
           PH-BP5 - Self-reported body mass index (BMI), household population age 12 and over, by sex, Nova Scotia
                                                                                  Zone 1
Contents                  Total    Underweight, BMI under  Normal Weight, BMI   Overweight, BMI 25.00 -
                                    Number 18.50 %            18.50 - 24.99
                                                           Number         %      Number 29.99
           2000-2001
           Both sexes      98,155     1,728 E       1.8 E    37,242        37.9      31,710
                Males      48,190          F           F     16,959        35.2      18,972
             Females       49,965     1,481 E       3.0 E    20,284        40.6      12,738
                 2003
           Both sexes      97,244     2,000 E       2.1 E    37,885          39      33,106
                Males      48,341          F           F     16,405        33.9      19,410
             Females       48,903     1,634 E       3.3 E    21,480        43.9      13,696
                 2005
           Both sexes      97,502     1,160 E       1.2 E    32,788        33.6      36,798
                Males      47,601          F           F     13,766        28.9      22,753
             Females       49,901     1,032 E       2.1 E    19,022        38.1      14,045
                 2007
           Both sexes                                        34,409        35.9
                Males                                        18,330        39.9
             Females                                         16,079        32.3
e 12 and over, by sex, Nova Scotia, by Health Region
  Zone 1
Overweight, BMI 25.00 - Obese, BMI 30.00 or        BMI Not Stated           Total     Underweight, BMI under
        29.99 %          Numberhigher %          Number        %                       Number 18.50 %


                  32.3     24,628        25.1      2,847 E          2.9 E    62,741       1,305 E      2.1 E
                  39.4     11,645        24.2           F              F     30,279            F          F
                  25.5     12,983          26      2,479 E          5.0 E    32,463            F          F

                    34     21,161        21.8      3,093 E          3.2 E    61,132            F           F
                  40.2     11,788        24.4           F              F     29,577            F           F
                    28      9,373        19.2      2,720 E          5.6 E    31,555            F           F

                  37.7     24,174        24.8      2,581 E          2.6 E    62,040            F           F
                  47.8     10,463          22           F              F     29,570            F           F
                  28.1     13,711        27.5      2,091 E          4.2 E    32,470            F           F


                           57,956        60.5
                           30,738        66.8
                           27,218        54.7
                        Zone 2
Normal Weight, BMI     Overweight, BMI 25.00 -   Obese, BMI 30.00 or       BMI Not Stated
   18.50
Number - 24.99%         Number 29.99 %           Numberhigher %          Number        %

  27,371        43.6       21,120         33.7     12,204        19.5             F            F
  12,862        42.5       11,365         37.5      5,489        18.1             F            F
  14,509        44.7        9,754           30      6,715        20.7             F            F

  26,337        43.1       19,891         32.5     10,892        17.8      2,338 E          3.8 E
  11,197        37.9       11,883         40.2     5,541 E      18.7 E          F              F
  15,141          48        8,008         25.4     5,350 E      17.0 E     1,513 E          4.8 E

  24,067        38.8       23,733         38.3     11,161          18      2,535 E          4.1 E
  10,211        34.5       13,260         44.8      5,381        18.2           F              F
  13,856        42.7       10,472         32.3      5,780        17.8      2,036 E          6.3 E


  19,194        30.4                               31,188        49.4
  10,464        35.5                               16,389        55.6
   8,730        25.9                               14,799        43.9
                                                           Zone 3
Total     Underweight, BMI under   Normal Weight, BMI     Overweight, BMI 25.00 -   Obese, BMI 30.00 or
           Number 18.50 %             18.50
                                   Number - 24.99%         Number 29.99 %           Numberhigher


 79,111       1,597 E      2.0 E     30,610        38.7       29,914         37.8     15,761
 38,720            F          F      12,770          33       17,800           46      7,688
 40,391            F          F      17,840        44.2       12,114           30      8,073

 80,638            F           F     31,352        38.9       28,272         35.1     18,417
 39,046            F           F     11,892        30.5       16,863         43.2      9,691
 41,592            F           F     19,460        46.8       11,410         27.4      8,726

 81,207            F           F     30,239        37.2       29,588         36.4     18,541
 39,716            F           F     13,014        32.8       15,094           38     11,608
 41,491            F           F     17,226        41.5       14,494         34.9      6,933


                                     30,706        37.9                               48,296
                                     18,121        46.9                               25,894
                                     12,585        29.6                               22,403
                                                                                                            Zone 4
Obese, BMI 30.00 or      BMI Not Stated           Total     Underweight, BMI under   Normal Weight, BMI
      higher %         Number        %                       Number 18.50 %             18.50
                                                                                     Number - 24.99%

                19.9            F            F     73,660            F           F     30,439        41.3
                19.9            F            F     35,967            F           F     14,052        39.1
                  20            F            F     37,694            F           F     16,387        43.5

                22.8     1,939 E          2.4 E    72,247            F           F     29,981        41.5
                24.8          F              F     35,535            F           F     10,812        30.4
                  21     1,612 E          3.9 E    36,713            F           F     19,169        52.2

                22.8     1,613 E          2.0 E    70,886            F           F     25,434        35.9
                29.2          F              F     34,887            F           F     10,210        29.3
                16.7     1,613 E          3.9 E    35,999            F           F     15,224        42.3


                59.6                                                                   22,739        31.8
                67.0                                                                   12,281        33.9
                52.7                                                                   10,458        29.7
 Zone 4
Overweight, BMI 25.00 -   Obese, BMI 30.00 or      BMI Not Stated           Total     Underweight, BMI under
 Number 29.99 %           Numberhigher %         Number        %                       Number 18.50


    23,811         32.3     15,672        21.3            F            F     99,328       2,004 E
    11,672         32.5      8,830        24.6            F            F     47,315            F
    12,139         32.2      6,842        18.2            F            F     52,012       1,335 E

    24,740         34.2     15,400        21.3     1,031 E          1.4 E    99,149       2,610 E
    15,625           44      8,834        24.9          F              F     47,443            F
     9,115         24.8      6,565        17.9          F              F     51,706       2,141 E

    26,752         37.7     15,379        21.7     2,821 E          4.0 E    98,211            F
    15,634         44.8      7,829        22.4          F              F     47,211            F
    11,119         30.9      7,550          21     1,855 E          5.2 E    51,000            F


                            40,189        56.2
                            22,592        62.3
                            17,597        49.9
                                                 Zone 5
Underweight, BMI under   Normal Weight, BMI     Overweight, BMI 25.00 -   Obese, BMI 30.00 or      BMI Not Stated
        18.50 %             18.50
                         Number - 24.99%         Number 29.99 %           Numberhigher %         Number

                 2.0 E     37,452        37.7       35,259         35.5     22,919        23.1            F
                    F      14,048        29.7       18,380         38.8     13,333        28.2            F
                 2.6 E     23,404          45       16,878         32.5      9,587        18.4            F

                 2.6 E     39,148        39.5       33,776         34.1     20,893        21.1     2,723 E
                    F      16,023        33.8       18,970           40     11,715        24.7          F
                 4.1 E     23,124        44.7       14,806         28.6      9,178        17.7     2,457 E

                     F     32,866        33.5       39,723         40.4     22,210        22.6            F
                     F     13,174        27.9       24,195         51.2      9,518        20.2            F
                     F     19,692        38.6       15,528         30.4     12,692        24.9            F


                           37,360        39.9                               57,396        61.3
                           19,672        43.8                               31,233        69.6
                           17,687        36.2                               26,164        53.6
                                                                                    Zone 6
BMI Not Stated           Total     Underweight, BMI under   Normal Weight, BMI     Overweight, BMI 25.00 -
            %                       Number 18.50 %             18.50
                                                            Number - 24.99%         Number 29.99 %


                    F    291,172       5,027 E      1.7 E    129,977        44.6       98,358         33.8
                    F    138,619            F          F      49,741        35.9       61,083         44.1
                    F    152,553       3,670 E      2.4 E     80,236        52.6       37,275         24.4

                 2.7 E   303,453       8,383 E      2.8 E    125,853        41.5      105,300         34.7
                    F    145,411            F          F      51,867        35.7       62,886         43.2
                 4.8 E   158,042       7,343 E      4.6 E     73,986        46.8       42,414         26.8

                    F    306,140       7,932 E      2.6 E    135,581        44.3       99,620         32.5
                    F    146,120            F          F      53,794        36.8       64,469         44.1
                    F    160,020       7,507 E      4.7 E     81,787        51.1       35,151           22


                                                             108,076        34.4
                                                              64,151        42.3
                                                              43,925        27.1
Obese, BMI 30.00 or      BMI Not Stated
Numberhigher %         Number        %

  52,331          18     5,479 E          1.9 E
  26,439        19.1          F              F
  25,892          17     5,479 E          3.6 E

  54,290        17.9     9,627 E          3.2 E
  28,839        19.8          F              F
  25,451        16.1     8,849 E          5.6 E

  56,806        18.6     6,201 E          2.0 E
  27,024        18.5          F              F
  29,782        18.6     5,795 E          3.6 E


 162,395        51.7
  90,629        59.7
  71,766        44.2
           Table PH-SRH1 - Self-rated health, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Nova Scotia and Ca
                                                                                Nova Scotia
                        Total            Excellent              Very Good                 Good
Contents
                                      Number         %          Number      %          Number
            1994-1995      908,690     259,683           28.6    321,493        35.4    195,057
            1996-1997      895,914     220,651           24.6    371,384        41.5    206,992
            1998-1999      910,116     245,045           26.9    367,167        40.3    198,499
            2000-2001      787,972     159,471           20.2    309,190        39.2    205,787
                 2003      797,601     147,134           18.4    316,488        39.7    223,581




           A change in reporting format was implemented starting in 2005, so data are summarized separately here

                                                                        Nova Scotia
                          Total      Very Good or Excellent           Good                Fair or Poor
                                      Number         %          Number      %          Number
                 2005      795,983     459,303           57.7    221,882        27.9    114,424
                2007*                  455,183           57.1



           2007 data - only "very good or excellent" were reported
er, both sexes, Nova Scotia and Canada
Nova Scotia
          Good                Fair or Poor                  Not Stated              Total            Excellent

                 %          Number           %          Number           %                      Number           %
                     21.5    132,242             14.6            F            F   28,622,007    8,913,163            31.1
                     23.1     96,888             10.8            F            F   28,641,736    8,489,998            29.6
                     21.8     99,405             10.9            F            F   29,524,264    9,417,087            31.9
                     26.1    113,413             14.4            F            F   25,801,719    6,600,031            25.6
                       28    110,071             13.8            F            F   26,578,125    5,934,285            22.3




 summarized separately here

                                                                                                          Canada
      Fair or Poor              Not Stated               Total       Very Good or Excellent           Good
                 %          Number           %                   Number              %          Number           %
                     14.4            F             F 27,131,964 16,295,063               60.1   7,781,666            28.7
                                                                     16,591,625          59.6
                                     Canada
              Very Good                    Good                      Fair or Poor              Not Stated

          Number          %          Number           %          Number         %          Number           %
         10,260,254           35.8   6,822,943            23.8   2,562,613             9     63,034              1.3
         10,695,922           37.3   7,044,040            24.6   2,410,889           8.4          F                F
         10,981,860           37.2   6,779,850              23   2,344,470           7.9          F                F
          9,238,877           35.8   6,861,432            26.6   3,092,905            12     8,474E             0.0E
          9,583,003           36.1   8,029,557            30.2   3,012,984          11.3     18,296              0.1




Canada
              Fair or Poor               Not Stated
          Number          %          Number           %
          3,028,494           11.2     26,742              0.1
           Table PH-SRH2 - Self-rated health, household population age 12 and over, males, Nova Scotia and Canada
                                                                                Nova Scotia
Contents                Total            Excellent              Very Good                 Good
                                      Number         %          Number        %          Number
            1994-1995      444,508     130,230           29.3    158,418          35.6     98,839
            1996-1997      438,024     123,343           28.2    167,345          38.2     93,037
            1998-1999      443,148     129,230           29.2    164,347          37.1     99,908
            2000-2001      380,843      78,116           20.5    145,021          38.1    101,021
                 2003      385,755      71,013           18.4    144,594          37.5    118,396




           A change in reporting format was implemented starting in 2005, so data are summarized separately here

                                                                        Nova Scotia
                           Total     Very Good or Excellent           Good                  Fair or Poor
                                      Number         %          Number        %          Number
                 2005      385,020     216,345           56.2    111,110          28.9     57,564
                2007*                  210,814           55.3



           2007 data - only "very good or excellent" were reported, and indicator now referred to as "Perceived Health" ra
er, males, Nova Scotia and Canada
Nova Scotia
          Good                Fair or Poor                      Not Stated             Total            Excellent
                 %          Number           %              Number           %                     Number           %
                     22.2     56,862             12.8   F            F               14,170,612    4,530,542              32
                     21.2     54,299             12.4   F            F               14,170,683    4,371,543            30.8
                     22.5     49,663             11.2   F            F               14,620,485    5,025,605            34.4
                     26.5     56,685             14.9   F            F               12,705,415    3,462,495            27.3
                     30.7     51,679             13.4   F            F               13,090,299    3,033,961            23.2




 summarized separately here

                                                                                                             Canada
      Fair or Poor              Not Stated                   Total    Very Good or Excellent             Good
                 %          Number           %                           Number         %          Number           %
                      15             F             F 13,371,912          8,097,453          60.6   3,835,129            28.7
                                                                         8,261,807          60.2



referred to as "Perceived Health" rather than "Self-Rated Health"
                                    Canada
             Very Good                    Good                      Fair or Poor                Not Stated
         Number          %          Number           %          Number         %           Number            %
         5,222,329           36.9   3,280,442            23.1   1,102,967           7.8      34,332              1.4
         5,342,743           37.7   3,361,878            23.7   1,093,994           7.7   F           F
         5,354,558           36.6   3,180,342            21.8   1,058,984           7.2   F           F
         4,535,390           35.7   3,274,797            25.8   1,427,152          11.2   5,581E      0.0E
         4,752,960           36.3   3,948,883            30.2   1,343,523          10.3   10,973 E    0.1 E




Canada
             Fair or Poor               Not Stated
         Number          %          Number           %
         1,425,163           10.7     14,167              0.1
           Table PH-SRH3 - Self-rated health, household population age 12 and over, females, Nova Scotia and Cana
                                                                                 Nova Scotia
Contents                Total             Excellent              Very Good                 Good
                                      Number          %          Number        %          Number
            1994-1995      464,182     129,453            27.9    163,075          35.1     96,218
            1996-1997      457,890      97,308            21.3    204,039          44.6    113,955
            1998-1999      466,968     115,815            24.8    202,820          43.4     98,591
            2000-2001      407,129      81,355              20    164,169          40.3    104,765
                 2003      411,846      76,121            18.5    171,894          41.7    105,185




           A change in reporting format was implemented starting in 2005, so data are summarized separately here

                                                                         Nova Scotia
                           Total     Very Good or Excellent            Good                  Fair or Poor
                                      Number          %          Number        %          Number
                 2005      410,963     242,958            59.1    110,771           27      56,859
                2007*                   244,370           58.7



           2007 data - only "very good or excellent" were reported, and indicator now referred to as "Perceived Health" ra
r, females, Nova Scotia and Canada
Nova Scotia
          Good                Fair or Poor                  Not Stated             Total               Excellent
                 %          Number           %          Number           %                        Number           %
                     20.7     75,380             16.2            F           F    14,451,395      4,382,622            30.3
                     24.9     42,588              9.3            F           F    14,471,053      4,118,455            28.5
                     21.1     49,742             10.7            F           F    14,903,779      4,391,482            29.5
                     25.7     56,728             13.9            F           F    13,096,304      3,137,536              24
                     25.5     58,392             14.2            F           F    13,487,826      2,900,324            21.5




summarized separately here

                                                                                                            Canada
      Fair or Poor              Not Stated               Total       Very Good or Excellent             Good
                 %          Number           %                       Number          %            Number           %
                     13.8            F             F 13,760,052      8,197,610             59.6   3,946,536            28.7
                                                                     8,329,819             59.0



eferred to as "Perceived Health" rather than "Self-Rated Health"
                                    Canada
             Very Good                       Good                  Fair or Poor              Not Stated
         Number          %          Number           %          Number        %          Number           %
         5,037,925           34.9   3,542,501            24.5   1,459,645         10.1      28,702          1.3
         5,353,178             37   3,682,163            25.4   1,316,895          9.1           F            F
         5,627,302           37.8   3,599,509            24.2   1,285,486          8.6           F            F
         4,703,486           35.9   3,586,635            27.4   1,665,753         12.7     2,893E         0.0E
         4,830,044           35.8   4,080,674            30.3   1,669,461         12.4     7,323 E        0.1 E




Canada
            Fair or Poor                Not Stated
         Number          %          Number           %
         1,603,331           11.7    12,574 E         0.1 E
           PH-SRH4 - Self-rated health, percentage of population that rated their health very good or excellent, house
Contents                Canada        Nfld.      P.E.I.       N.S.         N.B.        Que.
                 2007         59.6        62.2        59.2        57.1        54.7        59.2
ealth very good or excellent, household population age 12 and over, both sexes, Canada and Provinces
                Ont.         Man.      Sask.        Alta.      B.C.        Yuk.      N.W.T.       Nvt
                   60.0       59.8        56.2        62.5       58.6        56.5        52.1       57.4
           Table PH-SRH5 - Self-rated health, household population age 12 and over, by sex, Nova Scotia, by health r
                                                                                   Zone 1
Contents                Total            Excellent              Very Good                 Good
                                      Number         %           Number        %          Number
           2000-2001
           Both sexes      108,292       16,068          14.8      40,404          37.3     32,506
                Males       53,119        8,017          15.1      20,118          37.9     16,058
             Females        55,173        8,051          14.6      20,286          36.8     16,448
                 2003
           Both sexes      108,573       16,390          15.1      38,214          35.2     33,525
                                                E            E
                Males       53,417      7,543         14.1         18,295          34.2     17,888
              Females       55,156        8,847           16       19,919          36.1     15,637


                                                                             Zone 1
                          Total      Very Good or Excellent           Good                   Fair or Poor
                                      Number         %           Number        %          Number
                 2005
           Both sexes      108,005       57,516          53.3      31,281            29     19,148
                Males       53,261       28,416          53.4      16,223          30.5      8,622
             Females        54,744       29,100          53.2      15,058          27.5     10,526
                 2007
           Both sexes                    53,828          50.9
                Males                    25,574          49.9
             Females                     28,254          51.8

           2007 data - only "very good or excellent" were reported
er, by sex, Nova Scotia, by health region
   Zone 1
          Good                 Fair or Poor                 Not Stated             Total            Excellent
                 %          Number           %          Number           %                      Number          %

                       30     19,314             17.8            F             F     70,499       16,413            23.3
                     30.2      8,926             16.8            F             F     33,968        8,203            24.2
                     29.8     10,388             18.8            F             F     36,531        8,209            22.5

                     30.9     20,444             18.8            F             F     69,362        9,876            14.2
                                                                                                          E
                     33.5      9,691             18.1            F             F     33,260       4,378         13.2 E
                     28.3     10,753             19.5            F             F     36,102        5,498            15.2


                                                                                                              Zone 2
      Fair or Poor              Not Stated               Total       Very Good or Excellent           Good
                 %          Number           %                        Number         %          Number          %

                     17.7            F             F      69,367         36,910          53.2     20,284            29.2
                     16.2            F             F      33,265         15,365          46.2     11,168            33.6
                     19.2            F             F      36,102         21,545          59.7      9,117            25.3


                                                                         40,335          55.4
                                                                         17,656          52.4
                                                                         22,680          58.1
                                   Zone 2
            Very Good                    Good                    Fair or Poor                Not Stated
         Number         %          Number          %          Number        %          Number             %

           25,120           35.6     18,672            26.5     10,295          14.6            F             F
           10,969           32.3     10,510            30.9      4,285          12.6            F             F
           14,151           38.7      8,161            22.3      6,010          16.5            F             F

           30,652           44.2     18,510            26.7     10,324          14.9            F             F
           14,102           42.4      9,268            27.9      5,512          16.6            F             F
           16,550           45.8      9,242            25.6      4,812          13.3            F             F


Zone 2                                                                                                               Zone 3
            Fair or Poor              Not Stated               Total     Very Good or Excellent               Good
         Number         %          Number          %                      Number         %          Number

           12,172           17.5            F            F      90,625       48,821          53.9         29,305
            6,732           20.2            F            F      44,431       23,673          53.3         13,622
            5,441           15.1            F            F      46,194       25,148          54.4         15,683


                                                                             50,853          56.2
                                                                             23,951          55.0
                                                                             26,903          57.3
                                                                            Zone 3
       Total            Excellent                   Very Good                     Good                  Fair or Poor
                    Number          %            Number          %          Number        %          Number

         88,937       15,409            17.3       32,853            36.9     26,129          29.4     14,546
         43,361        7,898            18.2       15,200            35.1     12,993            30      7,271
         45,575        7,511            16.5       17,653            38.7     13,136          28.8      7,275

         90,632       12,110            13.4       35,527            39.2     30,862          34.1     12,058
                              E              E
         44,326       5,063           11.4         17,502            39.5     16,104          36.3     5,657 E
         46,306        7,047            15.2       18,025            38.9     14,758          31.9      6,401


       Zone 3                                                                                                          Zone 4
Good                   Fair or Poor                 Not Stated               Total     Very Good or Excellent
         %          Number          %            Number          %                      Number         %

             32.3     12,404            13.7              F            F      80,102       41,322          51.6
             30.7      7,136            16.1              F            F      39,431       20,658          52.4
               34      5,268            11.4              F            F      40,671       20,663          50.8


                                                                                           46,113          58.3
                                                                                           22,382          58.6
                                                                                           23,731          57.9
                                                                                                                          Zone 4
Fair or Poor                    Not Stated             Total            Excellent                  Very Good
           %              Number             %                      Number          %          Number          %

                16.4               F              F      83,250       15,785              19     32,227            38.7
                16.8               F              F      40,986        7,282            17.8     17,047            41.6
                  16               F              F      42,265        8,503            20.1     15,181            35.9

                13.3               F              F      81,123       13,210            16.3     32,327            39.8
                      E
               12.8                F              F      39,759        6,569            16.5     14,063            35.4
                13.8               F              F      41,364        6,641            16.1     18,264            44.2


                          Zone 4
                  Good                        Fair or Poor             Not Stated               Total     Very Good or Excellent
        Number              %          Number            %          Number          %                      Number

           28,319               35.4         10,461          13.1            F            F     109,084        62,893
           14,311               36.3          4,462          11.3            F            F      52,220        29,232
           14,008               34.4          5,999          14.8            F            F      56,864        33,661


                                                                                                               54,738
                                                                                                               22,912
                                                                                                               31,826
             Zone 4
                   Good                     Fair or Poor                  Not Stated               Total              Excellent
             Number          %          Number          %          Number              %                         Number

                22,463             27      12,775           15.3             F                F     112,272        18,255
                10,237             25       6,421           15.7             F                F      53,896        6,710E
                12,226           28.9       6,355             15             F                F      58,376        11,545

                22,875           28.2      12,639           15.6             F                F     109,925        19,292
                13,159           33.1       5,897           14.8             F                F         52,610      9,260
                 9,716           23.5       6,743           16.3             F                F         57,315     10,031


                                         Zone 5
Very Good or Excellent            Good                     Fair or Poor                    Not Stated             Total
                %          Number          %          Number          %          Number                 %

                    57.7     27,538            25.2     18,522              17                F             F     338,801
                      56     12,849            24.6     10,139            19.4                F             F     162,412
                    59.2     14,689            25.8      8,383            14.7                F             F     176,389


                    52.5
                    46.7
                    57.7
                                                     Zone 5
Excellent                    Very Good                     Good                     Fair or Poor                    Not Stated
            %          Number            %          Number          %          Number          %          Number

             16.3        45,612              40.6      30,294             27     17,999              16                F
            12.4E        21,694              40.3      15,661           29.1      9,832            18.2                F
                19.8     23,918                41      14,633           25.1      8,166              14                F

                17.5     42,583              38.7      31,779           28.9     16,091            14.6                F
                17.6     18,902              35.9      16,563           31.5        7,885            15                F
                17.5     23,682              41.3      15,216           26.5        8,205          14.3                F


                                                     Zone 6
     Very Good or Excellent                   Good                   Fair or Poor                  Not Stated
      Number             %          Number             %          Number         %          Number              %

        211,841              62.5        85,154            25.1     41,716           12.3             F                F
         99,000                61        42,938            26.4     20,474           12.6             F                F
        112,841                64        42,216            23.9     21,242             12             F                F


        209,315              60.7
         98,339              59.5
        110,976              61.9
                                                                                    Zone 6
Not Stated           Total         Excellent                 Very Good                    Good
             %                 Number          %          Number         %          Number       %

                 F   324,722     77,541            23.9    132,974             41     75,723         23.3
                 F   155,512     40,006            25.7     59,994           38.6     35,562         22.9
                 F   169,210     37,535            22.2     72,980           43.1     40,160         23.7

                 F   337,986     76,256            22.6    137,185           40.6     86,030         25.5
                 F   162,382     38,200            23.5     61,731            38      45,414          28
                 F   175,603     38,056            21.7     75,454            43      40,616         23.1
   Fair or Poor                 Not Stated
Number        %              Number          %

  38,484           11.9               F          F
  19,950           12.8               F          F
  18,534             11               F          F

  38,516           11.4               F          F
          E              E
 17,038           10.5                F          F
  21,477           12.2               F          F
           Table PH-PA1 - Leisure-time physical activity, by sex, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scoti

                                                                               Nova Scotia
                        Total, leisure-time    Physically active           Moderately active         Physically inactive
                         physical activity


Contents
                             Number           Number         %            Number         %          Number
            1994-1995             763,946      117,105           15.3       143,477          18.8    477,378
            1996-1997             774,558      134,439           17.4       164,292          21.2    457,741
            1998-1999             773,849      149,669           19.3       200,988            26    401,845
            2000-2001             787,972      164,784           20.9       170,273          21.6    414,382
                 2003             797,601      187,658           23.5       188,203          23.6    396,289



                                                                     Nova Scotia
                        Total, leisure-time   Physically active or        Physically Inactive           Not Stated
                         physical activity    moderately active



                             Number           Number         %            Number         %          Number
                 2005           795,983        381,864               48    395,020           49.6     19,099
                 2007                          379,085           47.6
ged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada

                                                                                                                Canada
   Physically inactive          Physical activity not          Total,       Physically active         Moderately active
                                      stated               leisure-time
                                                             physical
                                                              activity

                   %           Number           %           Number        Number          %          Number           %
                       62.5      25,986E            3.4E   23,948,617     4,448,626           18.6   4,991,296            20.8
                       59.1      18,086E            2.3E   24,594,887     4,911,009             20   5,382,985            21.9
                       51.9      21,346E            2.8E   24,916,127     5,451,675           21.9   5,896,650            23.7
                       52.6       38,534             4.9   25,801,719     5,423,162             21   5,577,001            21.6
                       49.7       25,450             3.2   26,578,125     6,949,535           26.1   6,439,632            24.2



                                                                          Canada
      Not Stated                  Total,      Physically active or         Physically Inactive           Not Stated
                              leisure-time    moderately active
                                physical
                                 activity

                   %          Number     Number                %         Number           %          Number           %
                         2.4 27,131,964 13,824,176                   51 12,673,187            46.7    634,601              2.3
                                             13,639,368            49.0
Canada
           Physically inactive       Physical activity not
                                           stated



          Number          %          Number          %
         13,081,589           54.6   1,427,106             6
         13,541,876           55.1     759,018           3.1
         12,773,569           51.3     794,232           3.2
         12,661,729           49.1   2,139,827           8.3
         12,463,796           46.9     725,162           2.7
           Table PH-PA2 - Leisure-time physical activity, males, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia

                                                                            Nova Scotia
                            Total,      Physically active            Moderately active         Physically inactive
                        leisure-time
                          physical
                           activity
Contents
                         Number        Number         %            Number          %          Number
            1994-1995      370,343       73,532           19.9        70,759           19.1    208,081
            1996-1997      375,596       72,034           19.2        79,606           21.2    206,285
            1998-1999      373,253       88,994           23.8       106,601           28.6    160,332
            2000-2001      380,843       89,302           23.4        81,164           21.3    184,055
                 2003      385,755      103,636           26.9        89,689           23.3    175,071



                                                                 Nova Scotia
                            Total,     Physically active or         Physically Inactive           Not Stated
                        leisure-time   moderately active
                          physical
                           activity

                         Number        Number         %            Number          %          Number
                 2005     385,020       191,165           49.7      183,442            47.6     10,413
                 2007                   191,769           50.3
tion aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada

                                                                                                                Canada
   Physically inactive          Physical activity not          Total,       Physically active         Moderately active
                                      stated               leisure-time
                                                             physical
                                                              activity

                   %           Number           %           Number        Number          %          Number           %
                       56.2      17,971E            4.9E   11,780,342     2,578,731           21.9   2,432,465            20.6
                       54.9      17,671E            4.7E   12,099,440     2,780,431             23   2,592,189            21.4
                         43      17,327E            4.6E   12,259,087     3,019,037           24.6   3,006,864            24.5
                       48.3       26,322             6.9   12,705,415     3,007,947           23.7   2,677,892            21.1
                       45.4       17,359             4.5   13,090,299     3,894,383           29.8   3,085,589            23.6



                                                                          Canada
      Not Stated                  Total,      Physically active or         Physically Inactive           Not Stated
                              leisure-time    moderately active
                                physical
                                 activity

                   %          Number         Number            %          Number          %          Number           %
                         2.7 13,371,912      7,131,348             53.3   5,890,771           44.1    349,793              2.6
                                             7,065,982             51.5
Canada
          Physically inactive       Physical activity not
                                          stated



         Number          %          Number          %
         5,809,040           49.3     960,106            8.2
         6,238,187           51.6     488,633              4
         5,743,572           46.9     489,614              4
         5,611,532           44.2   1,408,044           11.1
         5,690,422           43.5     419,905            3.2
           Table PH-PA3 - Leisure-time physical activity, females, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Sco
Contents
                                                                            Nova Scotia
                            Total,      Physically active            Moderately active         Physically inactive
                        leisure-time
                          physical
                           activity

                         Number        Number         %            Number          %          Number
            1994-1995      393,603       43,574           11.1        72,718           18.5    269,297
            1996-1997      398,962       62,405           15.6        84,685           21.2    251,457
            1998-1999      400,596       60,675           15.1        94,387           23.6    241,514
            2000-2001      407,129       75,482           18.5        89,109           21.9    230,326
                 2003      411,846       84,022           20.4        98,514           23.9    221,219



                                                                 Nova Scotia
                            Total,     Physically active or         Physically Inactive           Not Stated
                        leisure-time   moderately active
                          physical
                           activity

                         Number        Number         %            Number          %          Number
                 2005     410,963       190,699           46.4      211,578            51.5      8,686
                 2007                   187,316           45.0
lation aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada

                                                                                                               Canada
   Physically inactive          Physical activity not         Total,       Physically active         Moderately active
                                      stated              leisure-time
                                                            physical
                                                             activity

                   %           Number           %          Number        Number          %          Number           %
                       68.4             F             F   12,168,275     1,869,895           15.4   2,558,831              21
                         63             F             F   12,495,447     2,130,578           17.1   2,790,796            22.3
                       60.3             F             F   12,657,040     2,432,639           19.2   2,889,786            22.8
                       56.6        12,212             3   13,096,304     2,415,216           18.4   2,899,108            22.1
                       53.7       8,091 E         2.0 E   13,487,826     3,055,152           22.7   3,354,043            24.9



                                                                         Canada
      Not Stated                  Total,      Physically active or        Physically Inactive           Not Stated
                              leisure-time    moderately active
                                physical
                                 activity

                   %          Number         Number           %          Number          %          Number           %
                         2.1 13,760,052      6,692,828            48.6   6,782,415           49.3    284,809              2.1
                                             6,573,387            46.5
Canada
          Physically inactive       Physical activity not
                                          stated



         Number          %          Number          %
         7,272,549           59.8    467,001            3.8
         7,303,689           58.5    270,384            2.2
         7,029,997           55.5    304,618            2.4
         7,050,197           53.8    731,782            5.6
         6,773,374           50.2    305,257            2.3
           PH-PA4 - Leisure-time physical activity, moderately active or active, both sexes, household population ag
Contents                Canada       Nfld.        P.E.I.      N.S.         N.B.        Que.
                 2007        49.0        45.7        47.3        47.6        42.7        45.7
h sexes, household population aged 12 and over, Canada and Provinces
              Ont.       Man.        Sask.       Alta.      B.C.       Yuk.      N.W.T.     Nvt
                 48.8        51.8       46.1       53.4       53.7        55.4       49.3     40.5
           Table PH-PA5 - Leisure-time physical activity, by sex, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scoti
Contents                                                                  Zone 1
                          Total,      Physically active        Moderately active     Physically inactive
                      leisure-time
                        physical
                         activity
                         Number        Number         %          Number          %          Number
           2000-2001
           Both sexes      108,292       19,026           17.6     19,135            17.7     64,287
                Males       53,119        9,852           18.5     10,600              20     27,918
             Females        55,173        9,173           16.6      8,536            15.5     36,368
                 2003
           Both sexes      108,573       24,020           22.1     21,788            20.1     59,018
                Males       53,417       12,578           23.5     10,465            19.6     28,089
             Females        55,156       11,442           20.7     11,324            20.5     30,929


                                                                 Zone 1
                            Total,     Physically active or       Physically Inactive          Not Stated
                        leisure-time   moderately active
                          physical
                           activity
                         Number        Number         %          Number          %          Number
                 2005
           Both sexes      108,005       47,972           44.4     58,427            54.1    1,607 E
                Males       53,261       23,587           44.3     28,598            53.7    1,076 E
             Females        54,744       24,385           44.5     29,829            54.5          F
                 2007
           Both sexes                    50,106           47.4
                Males                    27,595           53.9
             Females                     22,510           41.3
tion aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia, by Health Region
                                                                                                                 Zone 2
   Physically inactive          Physical activity not          Total,      Physically active          Moderately active
                                      stated               leisure-time
                                                             physical
                                                              activity
                   %           Number           %           Number        Number          %          Number           %


                       59.4        5,844             5.4        70,499      16,622            23.6     15,256             21.6
                       52.6       4,749E            8.9E        33,968       8,996            26.5      6,411             18.9
                       65.9       1,095E            2.0E        36,531       7,626            20.9      8,845             24.2

                       54.4       3,747 E         3.5 E         69,362      15,774            22.7     18,601             26.8
                       52.6       2,285 E         4.3 E         33,260       7,794            23.4      9,316               28
                       56.1             F             F         36,102       7,980            22.1      9,285             25.7


                                                                          Zone 2
      Not Stated                  Total,      Physically active or         Physically Inactive           Not Stated
                              leisure-time    moderately active
                                physical
                                 activity
                   %           Number        Number            %          Number          %          Number           %

                    1.5 E          69,367       35,009             50.5     33,062            47.7            F             F
                    2.0 E          33,265       18,375             55.2     14,304              43            F             F
                        F          36,102       16,633             46.1     18,758              52            F             F


                                                38,803             53.3
                                                18,970             56.3
                                                19,833             50.8
Zone 2                                                                                                                    Zone 3
            Physically inactive       Physical activity not           Total,      Physically active            Moderately active
                                            stated                leisure-time
                                                                    physical
                                                                     activity
          Number           %          Number          %            Number        Number          %           Number


              34,370           48.8     4,252E          6.0E           88,937      17,069            19.2        20,038
              14,904           43.9     3,658E         10.8E           43,361       9,320            21.5         9,041
              19,466           53.3          F             F           45,575       7,749              17        10,997

              33,780           48.7             F             F        90,632      20,831              23        21,205
              15,019           45.2             F             F        44,326      10,879            24.5         9,887
              18,761             52             F             F        46,306       9,952            21.5        11,318


                                                    Zone 3
             Total,      Physically active or        Physically Inactive            Not Stated                  Total,
         leisure-time    moderately active                                                                  leisure-time
           physical                                                                                           physical
            activity                                                                                           activity
          Number        Number          %           Number            %          Number          %           Number

              90,625       39,630           43.7      48,770              53.8    2,224 E        2.5 E           80,102
              44,431       19,762           44.5      23,217              52.3          F            F           39,431
              46,194       19,869             43      25,553              55.3          F            F           40,671


                           44,117           48.7
                           22,751           52.2
                           21,367           45.5
           Zone 3                                                                                                                 Zone 4
Moderately active       Physically inactive       Physical activity not          Total,         Physically active
                                                        stated               leisure-time
                                                                               physical
                                                                                activity
            %          Number          %          Number          %           Number         Number           %


                22.5     48,268            54.3     3,561E            4.0E         83,250        16,065           19.3
                20.9     22,955            52.9     2,045E            4.7E         40,986         8,578           20.9
                24.1     25,313            55.5          F               F         42,265         7,487           17.7

                23.4     45,297              50    3,298 E          3.6 E          81,123        17,131           21.1
                22.3     20,891            47.1          F              F          39,759         9,266           23.3
                24.4     24,407            52.7          F              F          41,364         7,865             19


                                    Zone 4                                                                                        Zone 5
          Physically active or       Physically Inactive              Not Stated                Total,     Physically active or
          moderately active                                                                 leisure-time   moderately active
                                                                                              physical
                                                                                               activity
          Number         %          Number          %          Number              %         Number        Number

            34,396           42.9      44,234           55.2     1,472 E            1.8 E      109,084        51,795
            18,127             46      20,482           51.9           F                F       52,220        26,018
            16,269             40      23,752           58.4           F                F       56,864        25,777


            38,499           48.6                                                                             43,566
            20,177           52.9                                                                             21,943
            18,322           44.7                                                                             21,623
                         Zone 4
              Moderately active         Physically inactive       Physical activity not            Total,      Physically active
                                                                        stated                 leisure-time
                                                                                                 physical
                                                                                                  activity
            Number          %          Number          %          Number            %           Number        Number


               19,752           23.7      42,811           51.4     4,623E              5.6E      112,272       24,533
               11,198           27.3      19,221           46.9     1,989E              4.9E       53,896       13,097
                8,554           20.2      23,589           55.8          F                 F       58,376       11,436

               18,919           23.3      43,550           53.7             F             F       109,925       25,492
                8,183           20.6      21,001           52.8             F             F        52,610       15,109
               10,736             26      22,550           54.5             F             F        57,315       10,383


                          Zone 5                                                                                           Zone 6
Physically active or       Physically Inactive             Not Stated               Total,       Physically active or
moderately active                                                               leisure-time     moderately active
                                                                                  physical
                                                                                   activity
               %          Number          %          Number             %        Number         Number          %

                   47.5     53,966            49.5    3,322 E           3.0 E      338,801        173,062           51.1
                   49.8     24,669            47.2    1,532 E           2.9 E      162,412         85,295           52.5
                   45.3     29,297            51.5          F               F      176,389         87,767           49.8


                   41.8                                                                           163,994           47.6
                   44.7                                                                            80,332           48.6
                   39.2                                                                            83,661           46.6
                                     Zone 5
Physically active         Moderately active         Physically inactive       Physical activity not          Total,
                                                                                    stated               leisure-time
                                                                                                           physical
                                                                                                            activity
              %          Number         %          Number          %          Number          %           Number


                  21.9     23,193           20.7         61,184        54.5     3,363E            3.0E      324,722
                  24.3     10,458           19.4         27,710        51.4     2,632E            4.9E      155,512
                  19.6     12,735           21.8         33,474        57.3          F               F      169,210

                  23.2     25,048           22.8         53,934        49.1    5,450 E          5.0 E       337,986
                  28.7     12,633             24         20,455        38.9    4,413 E          8.4 E       162,382
                  18.1     12,415           21.7         33,479        58.4    1,037 E          1.8 E       175,603


           Zone 6
            Physically Inactive             Not Stated




          Number           %          Number             %

            156,560            46.2    9,178 E            2.7 E
             72,172            44.4    4,945 E            3.0 E
             84,389            47.8    4,233 E            2.4 E
                                      Zone 6
 Physically active         Moderately active       Physically inactive       Physical activity not
                                                                                   stated



Number         %          Number       %          Number          %          Number          %


  71,470             22     72,899         22.4    163,462            50.3     16,891             5.2
  39,460           25.4     33,456         21.5     71,347            45.9    11,250E            7.2E
  32,011           18.9     39,443         23.3     92,115            54.4     5,641E            3.3E

  84,410             25     82,642         24.5    160,710            47.5   10,225 E          3.0 E
  48,010           29.6     39,206         24.1     69,616            42.9          F              F
  36,400           20.7     43,436         24.7     91,093            51.9    4,674 E          2.7 E
           Table PH-SS1 - Type of smoker, both sexes, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Can
Contents
                                                                                      Nova Scotia
                         Total        Daily Smokers          Occasional Smokers       Former Smokers

                        Number     Number        %           Number       %          Number
            1994-1995    763,946     208,238          27.3    41,515E         5.4E    235,850
            1996-1997    774,558     214,070          27.6    25,834E         3.3E    240,454
            1998-1999    773,849     197,870          25.6    34,217E         4.4E    294,329
            2000-2001    787,972     184,685          23.4     37,615          4.8    310,558
                 2003    797,601     157,472          19.7     29,920          3.8    344,191



                                                                      Nova Scotia
                         Total       Current Daily or          Former Smoker           Never Smoked
                                    Occasional Smoker
                        Number     Number        %           Number       %          Number
                 2005    795,983    180,176           22.6    335,966         42.2    278,130
                 2007                194,307          24.4
12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada

  Nova Scotia
  Former Smokers            Never Smoked             Smoking Status Not Stated         Total         Daily Smokers

               %          Number          %          Number              %            Number       Number       %
                   30.9    278,343            36.4             F                 F   23,948,617    5,816,904         24.3
                     31    294,200              38             F                 F   24,594,887    5,794,518         23.6
                     38    246,609            31.9             F                 F   24,916,127    5,690,624         22.8
                   39.4    254,233            32.3             F                 F   25,801,719    5,534,872         21.5
                   43.2    263,911            33.1             F                 F   26,578,125    4,728,849         17.8



                                                                                                         Canada
   Never Smoked              Not Stated                Total       Current Daily or Occasional       Former Smoker
                                                                            Smoker
               %          Number          %          Number           Number            %         Number        %
                   34.9            F            F     27,131,964        5,874,689           21.7 10,424,477          38.4
                                                                        6,112,442           21.9
                                  Canada
         Occasional Smokers       Former Smokers               Never Smoked          Smoking Status Not Stated

         Number       %          Number           %          Number      %             Number           %
         1,205,735           5 7,141,740              29.8 9,759,855          40.8               F             F
           986,501           4 7,012,968              28.5 10,717,398         43.6          83,502           0.3
           931,518         3.7 8,315,832              33.4 9,906,788          39.8         71,365E          0.3E
         1,142,984         4.4 9,467,180              36.7 9,585,366          37.2          71,316           0.3
         1,356,360         5.1 10,422,572             39.2 9,911,545          37.3         158,799           0.6



anada
           Never Smoked              Not Stated

         Number       %          Number           %
        10,682,942        39.4    149,856              0.6
           Table PH-SS2 - Type of smoker, males, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
Contents
                                                                                   Nova Scotia
                         Total       Daily Smokers           Occasional Smokers       Former Smokers
                        Number     Number       %            Number       %          Number
            1994-1995    370,343     107,934         29.1     16,414E       4.4E      122,456
            1996-1997    375,596     114,134         30.4     16,229E       4.3E      122,020
            1998-1999    373,253     104,092         27.9     13,849E       3.7E      149,611
            2000-2001    380,843      98,306         25.8      16,839        4.4      158,443
                 2003    385,755      81,192           21      16,246        4.2      185,606



                                                                      Nova Scotia
                         Total       Current Daily or          Former Smoker          Never Smoked
                        Number     Occasional Smoker
                                   Number         %          Number       %         Number
                 2005    385,020     91,422           23.7    179,726        46.7    112,266
                 2007                 98,832         25.9
nd over, Nova Scotia and Canada

Nova Scotia
   Former Smokers           Never Smoked           Smoking Status Not         Total        Daily Smokers
              %           Number      %                 Stated %
                                                   Number                    Number      Number       %
                   33.1    123,538          33.4          F             F   11,780,342   3,056,263         25.9
                   32.5    123,212          32.8          F             F   12,099,440   3,130,030         25.9
                   40.1    105,702          28.3          F             F   12,259,087   2,981,807         24.3
                   41.6    106,442          27.9          F             F   12,705,415   2,988,138         23.5
                   48.1    101,873          26.4          F             F   13,090,299   2,538,239         19.4



                                                                                                    Canada
    Never Smoked             Not Stated           Total          Current Daily or           Former Smoker
              %           Number        %        Number       Occasional Smoker
                                                              Number          %          Number        %
                   29.2          F            F 13,371,912    3,155,944           23.6   5,565,625        41.6
                                                              3,377,112           24.6
                                Canada
         Occasional Smokers      Former Smokers          Never Smoked          Smoking Status Not
         Number       %         Number      %          Number      %                Stated %
                                                                               Number
          616,285         5.2   3,858,903       32.8   4,239,693          36          F           F
          504,388         4.2   3,762,372       31.1   4,660,625        38.5     42,025         0.3
          431,584         3.5   4,564,470       37.2   4,241,617        34.6    39,608E        0.3E
          574,475         4.5   5,029,892       39.6   4,064,484          32     48,427         0.4
          729,115         5.6   5,548,362       42.4   4,198,140        32.1     76,443         0.6



Canada
            Never Smoked            Not Stated
         Number       %         Number         %
         4,578,167       34.2     72,177         0.5
           Table PH-SS3 - Type of smoker, females, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canad
Contents
                                                                                   Nova Scotia
                         Total       Daily Smokers           Occasional Smokers       Former Smokers
                        Number     Number       %            Number       %          Number
            1994-1995    393,603     100,304         25.5     25,100E       6.4E      113,395
            1996-1997    398,962      99,936           25      9,604E       2.4E      118,434
            1998-1999    400,596      93,778         23.4     20,368E       5.1E      144,719
            2000-2001    407,129      86,378         21.2      20,776        5.1      152,115
                 2003    411,846      76,280         18.5      13,674        3.3      158,585



                                                                      Nova Scotia
                         Total       Current Daily or          Former Smoker          Never Smoked
                        Number     Occasional Smoker
                                   Number         %          Number       %         Number
                 2005    410,963     88,754           21.6    156,240         38     165,865
                 2007                 95,476         22.9
and over, Nova Scotia and Canada

Nova Scotia
   Former Smokers           Never Smoked           Smoking Status Not         Total        Daily Smokers
              %           Number      %                 Stated %
                                                   Number                    Number      Number       %
                   28.8    154,805          39.3          F             F   12,168,275   2,760,640         22.7
                   29.7    170,988          42.9          F             F   12,495,447   2,664,487         21.3
                   36.1    140,907          35.2          F             F   12,657,040   2,708,817         21.4
                   37.4    147,790          36.3          F             F   13,096,304   2,546,734         19.4
                   38.5    162,038          39.3          F             F   13,487,826   2,190,610         16.2



                                                                                                    Canada
    Never Smoked             Not Stated           Total          Current Daily or           Former Smoker
              %           Number        %        Number       Occasional Smoker
                                                              Number          %          Number        %
                   40.4          F            F 13,760,052    2,718,745           19.8   4,858,853        35.3
                                                              2,735,330           19.4
                                Canada
         Occasional Smokers      Former Smokers          Never Smoked          Smoking Status Not
         Number       %         Number      %          Number      %                Stated %
                                                                               Number
          589,449         4.8   3,282,836         27   5,520,162        45.4          F           F
          482,113         3.9   3,250,596         26   6,056,773        48.5     41,477         0.3
          499,934         3.9   3,751,362       29.6   5,665,170        44.8          F           F
          568,510         4.3   4,437,288       33.9   5,520,882        42.2     22,890         0.2
          627,246         4.7   4,874,210       36.1   5,713,405        42.4     82,356         0.6



Canada
            Never Smoked            Not Stated
         Number       %         Number         %
         6,104,776       44.4     77,679         0.6
           PH-PA4 - Type of smoker, daily or occasional smoker, females, household population aged 12 and over, C
Contents               Canada        Nfld.       P.E.I.     N.S.        N.B.       Que.
                 2007        21.9       25.3        21.5       24.4        23.3       25.1
old population aged 12 and over, Canada and Provinces
                Ont.       Man.       Sask.       Alta.      B.C.      Yuk.      N.W.T.     Nvt
                   20.6       22.4        25.9        21.9      17.8      36.0       38.0     58.5
           Table PH-SS5 - Type of smoker, both sexes, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia, by Hea
Contents                                                                         Zone 1
                         Total        Daily Smokers       Occasional Smokers       Former Smokers
                       Number       Number        %       Number         %       Number
           2000-2001
           Both sexes    108,292      30,054        27.8     3,385E        3.1E     41,282
                Males     53,119      17,107        32.2     1,553E        2.9E     21,678
             Females      55,173      12,947        23.5     1,832E        3.3E     19,604
                 2003
           Both sexes    108,573      24,746        22.8     3,177 E      2.9 E     46,148
                Males     53,417      12,065        22.6          F          F      26,433
             Females      55,156      12,681          23          F          F      19,716


                                                                      Zone 1
                         Total       Current Daily or        Former Smoker          Never Smoked
                        Number     Occasional Smoker
                                   Number         %        Number       %         Number
                 2005
           Both sexes    108,005      23,042        21.3     50,125        46.4     34,693
                Males     53,261      11,911        22.4     27,583        51.8     13,622
             Females      54,744      11,130        20.3     22,542        41.2     21,072
                 2007
           Both sexes                 23,939        22.6
                Males                 11,728        22.9
             Females                  12,211        22.4
12 and over, Nova Scotia, by Health Zone
 Zone 1
   Former Smokers           Never Smoked          Smoking Status Not        Total       Daily Smokers
               %         Number        %               Stated %
                                                  Number                   Number     Number       %


                  38.1     33,571            31            F           F     70,499     16,226            23
                  40.8     12,781          24.1            F           F     33,968     10,650          31.4
                  35.5     20,790          37.7            F           F     36,531      5,576          15.3

                  42.5     33,795          31.1            F           F     69,362     16,185       23.3
                  49.5     12,861          24.1            F           F     33,260       9,461      28.4
                  35.7     20,934            38            F           F     36,102     6,723 E     18.6 E


                                                                                                 Zone 2
   Never Smoked             Not Stated             Total         Current Daily or       Former Smoker
             %           Number        %          Number       Occasional Smoker
                                                               Number         %       Number       %

                  32.1          F            F      69,367       16,509        23.8     30,029          43.3
                  25.6          F            F      33,265        9,103        27.4     14,020          42.1
                  38.5          F            F      36,102        7,406        20.5     16,009          44.3


                                                                 17,795        24.5
                                                                  7,660        22.7
                                                                 10,135        26.0
                                  Zone 2
         Occasional Smokers        Former Smokers            Never Smoked          Smoking Status Not
         Number       %           Number      %            Number      %                Stated %
                                                                                   Number

           4,783E         6.8E      29,043          41.2     20,448           29           F            F
           2,483E         7.3E      14,493          42.7      6,343         18.7           F            F
           2,301E         6.3E      14,549          39.8     14,105         38.6           F            F

           2,992 E        4.3 E     26,044          37.5     24,103         34.8           F            F
           1,490 E        4.5 E     13,958            42      8,351         25.1           F            F
                F            F      12,086          33.5     15,752         43.6           F            F


Zone 2                                                                                                    Zone 3
           Never Smoked              Not Stated             Total       Current Daily or         Former Smoker
         Number      %            Number        %          Number     Occasional Smoker
                                                                      Number         %         Number

           22,547         32.5           F            F      90,625     22,637            25     36,607
            9,861         29.6           F            F      44,431     10,695          24.1     21,139
           12,686         35.1           F            F      46,194     11,942          25.9     15,468


                                                                        20,943         23.1
                                                                        10,046         23.1
                                                                        10,897         23.2
                                                                       Zone 3
         Total        Daily Smokers          Occasional Smokers         Former Smokers          Never Smoked
        Number      Number       %           Number       %            Number      %          Number


           88,937     21,748          24.5     4,788E          5.4E      35,560          40     26,773
           43,361     12,069          27.8     1,925E          4.4E      19,130        44.1     10,171
           45,575      9,679          21.2     2,863E          6.3E      16,430        36.1     16,603

           90,632     21,718            24     3,585 E         4.0 E     36,595        40.4     28,459
           44,326     12,170          27.5     1,899 E         4.3 E     18,543        41.8     11,439
           46,306      9,548          20.6     1,687 E         3.6 E     18,052          39     17,020


         Zone 3                                                                                                Zone 4
Former Smoker         Never Smoked              Not Stated              Total       Current Daily or
           %        Number      %            Number        %           Number     Occasional Smoker
                                                                                  Number         %

             40.4     31,234          34.5          F             F      80,102     18,096        22.6
             47.6     12,451            28          F             F      39,431      9,117        23.1
             33.5     18,783          40.7          F             F      40,671      8,980        22.1


                                                                                    19,517        24.7
                                                                                    11,459        30.0
                                                                                     8,058        19.7
                                                                                                           Zone 4
Never Smoked          Smoking Status Not        Total       Daily Smokers          Occasional Smokers
          %                Stated %
                      Number                   Number     Number       %           Number       %


               30.1          F             F     83,250     16,453          19.8     3,176E         3.8E
               23.5          F             F     40,986      8,430          20.6     1,917E         4.7E
               36.4          F             F     42,265      8,023            19     1,260E         3.0E

               31.4          F             F     81,123     15,022          18.5     3,680 E       4.5 E
               25.8          F             F     39,759      7,184          18.1     2,237 E       5.6 E
               36.8          F             F     41,364      7,838          18.9     1,443 E       3.5 E


                  Zone 4
         Former Smoker              Never Smoked             Not Stated             Total        Current Daily or
       Number       %             Number      %           Number        %          Number      Occasional Smoker
                                                                                               Number

          32,983           41.2     28,946         36.1          F            F     109,084      27,387
          19,566           49.6     10,673         27.1          F            F      52,220      13,993
          13,418             33     18,273         44.9          F            F      56,864      13,394


                                                                                                 30,179
                                                                                                 17,103
                                                                                                 13,076
          Zone 4
           Former Smokers          Never Smoked          Smoking Status Not        Total         Daily Smokers
          Number      %          Number      %                Stated %
                                                         Number                   Number       Number


             35,106       42.2     28,163         33.8          F             F    112,272       28,408
             19,053       46.5     11,304         27.6          F             F     53,896       13,772
             16,053         38     16,859         39.9          F             F     58,376       14,636

             35,540       43.8     26,731           33          F             F    109,925       26,317
             19,463         49     10,875         27.4          F             F     52,610       12,371
             16,077       38.9     15,856         38.3          F             F     57,315       13,947


                                 Zone 5
 Current Daily or       Former Smoker         Never Smoked              Not Stated              Total
Occasional Smoker
              %       Number       %        Number      %            Number        %           Number

               25.1     43,605         40     37,512          34.4            F            F    338,801
               26.8     22,219       42.5     15,427          29.5            F            F    162,412
               23.6     21,386       37.6     22,084          38.8            F            F    176,389


               29.0
               34.9
               23.7
                                               Zone 5
Daily Smokers          Occasional Smokers       Former Smokers         Never Smoked          Smoking Status Not
           %           Number       %          Number      %         Number      %                Stated
                                                                                             Number


                25.3     4,816E        4.3E      43,970       39.2     35,078         31.2          F
                25.6     2,213E        4.1E      23,165         43     14,746         27.4          F
                25.1     2,602E        4.5E      20,806       35.6     20,332         34.8          F

                23.9     4,490 E       4.1 E     44,447       40.4     34,551         31.4          F
                23.5     2,481 E       4.7 E     25,577       48.6     12,093           23          F
                24.3     2,009 E       3.5 E     18,870       32.9     22,458         39.2          F


                                              Zone 6
          Current Daily or           Former Smoker          Never Smoked             Not Stated
        Occasional Smoker
        Number         %           Number       %         Number      %           Number        %

           72,505          21.4     142,617        42.1    123,199         36.4          F          F
           36,603          22.5      75,200        46.3     50,232         30.9          F          F
           35,902          20.4      67,416        38.2     72,966         41.4          F          F


           81,934          23.8
           40,836          24.7
           41,098          22.9
                                                                                    Zone 6
Smoking Status Not        Total       Daily Smokers          Occasional Smokers      Former Smokers
     Stated %            Number     Number       %           Number       %         Number      %


                     F    324,722     71,796          22.1     16,666         5.1    125,597      38.7
                     F    155,512     36,279          23.3     6,748E        4.3E     60,924      39.2
                     F    169,210     35,516            21     9,918E        5.9E     64,673      38.2

                     F    337,986     53,486          15.8    11,996 E      3.5 E    155,417        46
                     F    162,382     27,942          17.2          F          F      81,632      50.3
                     F    175,603     25,544          14.5     5,441 E      3.1 E     73,785        42
  Never Smoked          Smoking Status Not
Number      %                Stated %
                        Number


 110,200         33.9          F             F
  51,098         32.9          F             F
  59,102         34.9          F             F

 116,272         34.4          F             F
  46,254         28.5          F             F
  70,018         39.9          F             F
           Table PH-CA1 - Cancer incidence (annual, age standardized per 100,000 population), both sexes, Nova Sco
Contents
                        Nova Scotia   Canada
                 1976         334.5      325.3
                 1977         336.7      339.8
                 1978         330.8        358
                 1979         338.5      351.6
                 1980           341        345
                 1981           323      372.5
                 1982         358.7      368.1
                 1983         349.2      377.6
                 1984         379.3      376.8
                 1985         378.6      379.5
                 1986         393.5      374.4
                 1987         396.3      379.6
                 1988           396      383.6
                 1989         407.9      377.4
                 1990         420.3      381.9
                 1991         418.8      388.9
                 1992         420.7      401.9
                 1993         446.1      407.8
                 1994         432.3      403.3
                 1995         419.1      391.6
                 1996         410.9      387.1
                 1997         416.4      390.7
                 1998         450.9      394.3
                 1999         456.4      400.1
                 2000         445.6      403.8
                 2001         450.4      402.2
                 2002         441.9      399.1
                 2003         431.4      390.3
                 2004         441.8      393.2
                 2005
                 2006
                 2007
                 2008
population), both sexes, Nova Scotia and Canada
           Table PH-CA2 - Cancer incidence (annual, age standardized per 100,000 population), males, Nova Scotia a
Contents
                        Nova Scotia   Canada
                 1976         384.3      371.9
                 1977         376.2      391.4
                 1978           364      417.2
                 1979         385.3      409.8
                 1980         383.2      406.1
                 1981         374.9      442.1
                 1982         416.9      440.7
                 1983         414.1      448.4
                 1984         449.8        450
                 1985         440.4      449.8
                 1986         477.7      451.9
                 1987         472.7      456.3
                 1988         467.7      458.4
                 1989         474.2      451.5
                 1990         493.6      457.6
                 1991         503.7        469
                 1992         515.6        490
                 1993         557.9      502.5
                 1994         525.1      490.5
                 1995         503.2      466.2
                 1996         489.3      457.8
                 1997         498.6      460.5
                 1998         534.3      459.7
                 1999         558.5      470.6
                 2000           546      475.4
                 2001         549.6      477.6
                 2002         521.1      461.9
                 2003         521.3      453.7
                 2004         534.2      456.2
                 2005
                 2006
                 2007
                 2008
population), males, Nova Scotia and Canada
           Table PH-CA3 - Cancer incidence (annual, age standardized per 100,000 population), females, Nova Scotia
Contents
                         Nova Scotia      Canada
                 1976            384.3       294.9
                 1977            376.2         306
                 1978              364       319.3
                 1979            385.3       313.8
                 1980            383.2       305.5
                 1981            374.9       328.1
                 1982            416.9         321
                 1983            414.1       332.8
                 1984            449.8       329.5
                 1985            440.4       335.5
                 1986            477.7       324.9
                 1987            472.7       330.7
                 1988            467.7         336
                 1989            474.2         330
                 1990            493.6       333.2
                 1991            503.7       337.1
                 1992            515.6       343.8
                 1993            557.9       343.2
                 1994            525.1       343.5
                 1995            503.2       341.8
                 1996            489.3       339.6
                 1997            498.6       343.8
                 1998            534.3       351.1
                 1999            558.5       351.7
                 2000              546       353.6
                 2001            549.6       348.1
                 2002            521.1       355.2
                 2003            521.3       344.8
                 2004            534.2       347.2
                 2005
                 2006
                 2007
                 2008
ation), females, Nova Scotia
           Table PH-CA4 - Cancer incidence (annual, age standardized per 100,000 population), both sexes, Canada a
Contents
                        Canada        NL         PEI         NS          NB        Que.
                 2004      393.2       355.3      443.1       441.8       400.5      402.4
population), both sexes, Canada and Provinces

              Ont.       Man.       Sask.       Alta.      BC       Yuk.      NWT      NNVT
                394.9       395       400.3        402.4    354.9     318.4      339     352.7
           PH-LS1 - Life stress, both sexes, household population aged 18 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
Contents                                                                     Nova Scotia
                        Total, life      Low life stress          Moderate life stress         High life stress
                         stress
                        Number        Number           %          Number         %          Number
            1994-1995     690,951       239,144            34.6    243,820           35.3     182,452




                                                                             Nova Scotia
                         Total        Life stress, not at all      Life stress, some        Life stress, quite a lot
                        Number        Number           %          Number          %         Number
            2000-2001     711,105        86,918            12.2    463,971           65.2     160,088
                 2003     719,878        93,753              13    486,172           67.5     137,547
                 2005     721,274        89,600            12.4    479,254           66.4     150,708
                 2007                                                                         143,153
er, Nova Scotia and Canada
                                                                                                               Canada
     High life stress          Life stress not stated    Total, life      Low life stress          Moderate life stress
                                                          stress
                    %          Number           %        Number        Number           %          Number         %
                        26.4     25,534E            3.7E 21,387,688    7,231,606            33.8   7,683,383          35.9




                                                                                                               Canada
  Life stress, quite a lot     Life stress, not stated     Total       Life stress, not at all      Life stress, some
                    %          Number            %        Number       Number           %          Number          %
                        22.5           F              F 23,363,880     2,979,751            12.8 14,261,177            61
                        19.1     2,406 E          0.3 E 24,058,781     2,725,493            11.3 15,360,904           63.8
                        20.9           F              F 24,591,539     2,941,503              12 15,828,300           64.4
                        18.9
Canada
            High life stress          Life stress not stated

         Number            %          Number           %
         5,247,736             24.5   1,224,964            5.7




Canada
         Life stress, quite a lot     Life stress, not stated
         Number            %          Number            %
         6,091,421             26.1      31,530            0.1
         5,879,725             24.4      92,659            0.4
         5,708,014             23.2     113,722            0.5
         5,958,193             22.4
           PH-LS2 - Life stress, males, household population aged 18 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
Contents                                                                     Nova Scotia
                        Total, life      Low life stress          Moderate life stress         High life stress
                         stress
                        Number        Number           %          Number         %          Number
            1994-1995     332,976       105,667            31.7    126,094           37.9      85,288




                                                                             Nova Scotia
                         Total        Life stress, not at all      Life stress, some        Life stress, quite a lot
                        Number        Number           %          Number          %         Number
            2000-2001     339,091        50,493            14.9    216,143           63.7      72,398
                 2003     345,353        48,867            14.1    230,201           66.7      64,558
                 2005     345,105        48,008            13.9    233,951           67.8      62,160
                 2007                                                                          70,740
va Scotia and Canada
                                                                                                                 Canada
    High life stress          Life stress not stated       Total, life      Low life stress          Moderate life stress
                                                            stress
                   %          Number           %           Number        Number           %          Number         %
                       25.6     15,927E            4.8E 10,486,759       3,594,781            34.3   3,786,833          36.1




                                                                                                                 Canada
 Life stress, quite a lot     Life stress, not stated       Total        Life stress, not at all      Life stress, some
                   %          Number            %          Number        Number           %          Number          %
                       21.4            F                F 11,459,359     1,618,508            14.1   6,926,771          60.4
                       18.7            F                F 11,794,013     1,515,499            12.8   7,416,267          62.9
                         18            F                F 12,053,251     1,613,040            13.4   7,675,720          63.7
                       19.5
Canada
            High life stress          Life stress not stated

         Number            %          Number           %
         2,265,897             21.6     839,248                 8




Canada
         Life stress, quite a lot     Life stress, not stated
         Number            %          Number            %
         2,895,904             25.3      18,175            0.2
         2,817,588             23.9      44,660            0.4
         2,701,961             22.4      62,530            0.5
         2,797,925             21.4
           PH-LS3 - Life stress, females, household population aged 18 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
Contents                                                                     Nova Scotia
                        Total, life      Low life stress          Moderate life stress         High life stress
                         stress
                        Number        Number           %          Number         %          Number
            1994-1995     357,975       133,477            37.3    117,726           32.9      97,164




                                                                             Nova Scotia
                         Total        Life stress, not at all      Life stress, some        Life stress, quite a lot
                        Number        Number           %          Number          %         Number
            2000-2001     372,015        36,425             9.8    247,828           66.6      87,690
                 2003     374,525        44,886              12    255,971           68.3      72,989
                 2005     376,169        41,592            11.1    245,303           65.2      88,547
                 2007                                                                          72,413
Nova Scotia and Canada
                                                                                                                  Canada
     High life stress          Life stress not stated       Total, life      Low life stress          Moderate life stress
                                                             stress
                    %          Number           %           Number        Number           %          Number         %
                        27.1            F                F 10,900,929     3,636,824            33.4   3,896,551          35.7




                                                                                                                  Canada
  Life stress, quite a lot     Life stress, not stated       Total        Life stress, not at all      Life stress, some
                    %          Number            %          Number        Number           %          Number          %
                        23.6            F                F 11,904,521     1,361,243            11.4   7,334,406          61.6
                        19.5            F                F 12,264,767     1,209,994             9.9   7,944,637          64.8
                        23.5            F                F 12,538,287     1,328,463            10.6   8,152,580            65
                        18.3
Canada
            High life stress          Life stress not stated

         Number            %          Number           %
         2,981,839             27.4     385,716             3.5




Canada
         Life stress, quite a lot     Life stress, not stated
         Number            %          Number            %
         3,195,517             26.8     13,355E            0.1E
         3,062,137               25      47,999             0.4
         3,006,053               24      51,192             0.4
         3,160,268             23.4
           Table PH-LS4 - Life stress, percentage who rated stress as "quite a lot", both sexes, household population
Contents                Canada          NL         PEI         NS          NB           Que.
                 2007         22.4         12.7       14.0       18.9         20.0         26.4
both sexes, household population aged 18 and over, Canada and Provinces
              Ont.       Man.       Sask.       Alta.       BC         Yuk.      NWT      NNVT
                 22.1        19.3       18.6        22.0       21.0       21.4     18.2      14.6
           Table PH-LS5 - Life stress, both sexes, household population aged 18 and over, Nova Scotia, by Health Re
Contents                                                                   Zone 1
                          Total      Life stress, not at all  Life stress, some    Life stress, quite a lot
                       Number        Number           %      Number          %     Number
           2000-2001
           Both sexes      99,443      12,320        12.4     66,256        66.6      20,796
                Males      48,190       6,868        14.3     32,862        68.2       8,460
             Females       51,253       5,452        10.6     33,394        65.2      12,336
                 2003
           Both sexes      98,666     13,036        13.2      65,429        66.3     19,989
                Males      48,341     5,444 E      11.3 E     34,896        72.2     7,865 E
             Females       50,326       7,592       15.1      30,533        60.7     12,125
                 2005
           Both sexes      98,051     10,598        10.8      67,727        69.1     19,573
                Males      47,601     5,055 E      10.6 E     34,687        72.9     7,759 E
             Females       50,450     5,542 E      11.0 E     33,040        65.5     11,814
                 2007
           Both sexes                                                                 25,415
                Males                                                                 12,816
             Females                                                                  12,599
nd over, Nova Scotia, by Health Region
                                                                                                                 Zone 2
  Life stress, quite a lot    Life stress, not stated        Total     Life stress, not at all      Life stress, some
                    %         Number            %           Number     Number           %          Number          %


                       20.9            F                F     63,486       7,097           11.2       40,967        64.5
                       17.6            F                F     30,279      4,014E          13.3E       19,424        64.1
                       24.1            F                F     33,207       3,083             9.3      21,543        64.9

                      20.3             F                F     61,713      10,376          16.8        39,369        63.8
                     16.3 E            F                F     29,577        6,459         21.8        17,563        59.4
                      24.1             F                F     32,135      3,916 E        12.2 E       21,806        67.9

                        20             F                F     62,395        7,302         11.7        39,609        63.5
                     16.3 E            F                F     29,570      4,156 E        14.1 E       17,532        59.3
                      23.4             F                F     32,825      3,146 E         9.6 E       22,077        67.3


                       25.3
                       27.2
                       23.7
Zone 2                                                                                                                 Zone 3
         Life stress, quite a lot    Life stress, not stated        Total     Life stress, not at all     Life stress, some
         Number            %         Number            %           Number     Number           %         Number


            15,421            24.3            F                F     79,968       9,354           11.7      52,390
             6,841            22.6            F                F     38,720       5,640           14.6      24,318
             8,580            25.8            F                F     41,248      3,714E           9.0E      28,072

            11,629            18.8            F                F     81,111    12,416 E         15.3 E      54,340
             5,327              18            F                F     39,046     6,822 E         17.5 E      25,142
             6,302            19.6            F                F     42,065     5,594 E         13.3 E      29,198

            15,328            24.6            F                F     81,682        9,134         11.2       57,851
             7,726            26.1            F                F     39,716      4,350 E        11.0 E      27,447
             7,602            23.2            F                F     41,966        4,785         11.4       30,404


            13,170            18.7
             5,698            17.8
             7,472            19.5
             Zone 3                                                                                                    Zone 4
Life stress, some      Life stress, quite a lot    Life stress, not stated        Total     Life stress, not at all
               %       Number            %         Number            %           Number     Number           %


                65.5      18,223            22.8            F                F     74,527      10,895           14.6
                62.8       8,762            22.6            F                F     35,967      6,262E          17.4E
                68.1       9,462            22.9            F                F     38,560       4,633             12

                  67      14,210           17.5             F                F     73,123      10,171          13.9
                64.4      6,937 E         17.8 E            F                F     35,535      5,113 E        14.4 E
                69.4        7,273          17.3             F                F     37,588        5,058         13.5

                70.8      14,696              18            F                F     71,214       9,258             13
                69.1       7,919            19.9            F                F     34,887       5,537           15.9
                72.4       6,777            16.1            F                F     36,327       3,721           10.2


                          12,755            14.8
                           5,189            12.5
                           7,566            17.0
              Zone 4
 Life stress, some      Life stress, quite a lot    Life stress, not stated        Total     Life stress, not at all
Number          %       Number            %         Number            %           Number     Number


   47,688          64      15,944            21.4            F                F     99,489      14,000
   22,928        63.7       6,777            18.8            F                F     47,315       6,824
   24,759        64.2       9,167            23.8            F                F     52,173       7,176

   48,579        66.4      13,939           19.1             F                F     99,604      14,799
   24,255        68.3      5,733 E         16.1 E            F                F     47,443      7,074 E
   24,325        64.7        8,206          21.8             F                F     52,161        7,726

   50,105        70.4      11,778           16.5             F                F     98,749      13,763
   24,188        69.3      5,090 E         14.6 E            F                F     47,211       7,195
   25,918        71.3        6,688          18.4             F                F     51,538       6,568


                             9,726           13.0
                             4,443           11.9
                             5,283           14.0
                                         Zone 5
Life stress, not at all     Life stress, some       Life stress, quite a lot    Life stress, not stated        Total
                 %         Number          %        Number            %         Number            %           Number


                    14.1      60,701          61       24,731            24.9            F                F    294,193
                    14.4      28,528        60.3       11,907            25.2            F                F    138,619
                    13.8      32,173        61.7       12,824            24.6            F                F    155,574

                   14.9       65,887         66.1      18,182           18.3             F                F    305,661
                  14.9 E      31,222         65.8      8,699 E         18.3 E            F                F    145,411
                   14.8       34,665         66.5        9,483          18.2             F                F    160,250

                    13.9      66,352         67.2      18,087            18.3            F                F    309,184
                    15.2      31,878         67.5       7,591            16.1            F                F    146,120
                    12.7      34,475         66.9      10,495            20.4            F                F    163,064


                                                       14,103            14.1
                                                        7,163            15.0
                                                        6,940            13.3
                                         Zone 6
Life stress, not at all     Life stress, some      Life stress, quite a lot    Life stress, not stated
Number           %         Number          %       Number            %         Number            %


   33,252           11.3    195,970         66.6      64,971            22.1            F                F
   20,885           15.1     88,083         63.5      29,651            21.4            F                F
   12,367            7.9    107,887         69.3      35,320            22.7            F                F

   32,955           10.8    212,567         69.5      59,598            19.5            F                F
   17,954           12.3     97,123         66.8      29,997            20.6            F                F
   15,000            9.4    115,444           72      29,601            18.5            F                F

   39,544           12.8    197,609         63.9      71,246              23            F                F
   21,714           14.9     98,219         67.2      26,075            17.8            F                F
   17,830           10.9     99,390           61      45,171            27.7            F                F


                                                      67,984            20.8
                                                      35,431            22.4
                                                      32,553            19.3
           Table PH-M1 - Total mortality for selected causes (age-standardized), both sexes, Nova Scotia and Canada
                                                                    Nova Scotia
Contents                Colorectal      Lung     Female Breast   Prostate    Acute Myocardial
                          Cancer      Cancer        Cancer        Cancer      Infarction (AMI)


                 1979          30.4      46.9              nd         nd                175.2
                 1980          29.5      46.3              nd         nd                164.3
                 1981            24      46.3              nd         nd                157.9
                 1982          23.1      46.2              nd         nd                145.5
                 1983          21.7      46.9              nd         nd                139.7
                 1984          21.2      51.3              nd         nd                129.6
                 1985          22.8      50.8              nd         nd                125.4
                 1986          21.1      53.6              nd         nd                118.9
                 1987          18.3      51.1              nd         nd                109.7
                 1988          21.6      54.2              nd         nd                103.1
                 1989            21      54.4              nd         nd                 98.1
                 1990          18.4      58.2              nd         nd                 89.9
                 1991            19      56.7              nd         nd                 84.3
                 1992          17.2      62.5              nd         nd                 80.4
                 1993          18.1      59.3              nd         nd                 73.9
                 1994          20.1      58.5              nd         nd                 77.7
                 1995          16.8      58.2              nd         nd                 73.7
                 1996          19.5      58.2              nd         nd                 64.7
                 1997          16.7      56.9              nd         nd                 71.8
                 1998          18.3      58.1              nd         nd                 65.3
                 1999          16.7      63.4              nd         nd                 55.2
                 2000            17      55.9              nd         nd                 53.2
                 2001          15.9      56.4              nd         nd                 53.4
                 2002          18.7      54.1              nd         nd                 49.7
                 2003          20.2      57.3              nd         nd                   51
                 2004          18.6      56.3              nd         nd                 46.8
h sexes, Nova Scotia and Canada
                                                                                  Canada
           Cerebrovascular   All Stroke   Colorectal     Lung     Female Breast   Prostate          Acute
              Diseases                     Cancer       Cancer       Cancer       Cancer          Myocardial
                                                                                                  Infarction
                                                                                                    (AMI)
                      87.5        78.8           25.6      40.9              nd              nd        148.1
                      82.8        74.4             25      42.2              nd              nd        143.3
                      71.3        64.8           24.8      42.1              nd              nd        138.1
                      65.5        59.3           23.6      44.8              nd              nd        132.7
                      65.4        57.5           23.2      45.4              nd              nd        125.5
                      59.2        54.2           23.6      47.4              nd              nd        120.5
                      61.6        54.5           23.4      47.1              nd              nd        114.7
                      54.2        47.8           22.9      47.6              nd              nd        111.8
                      50.7        45.8           22.9      48.2              nd              nd        105.2
                      53.5        47.6           22.5      50.2              nd              nd        100.7
                      52.5        46.6           21.5      50.2              nd              nd          93.9
                      46.1        42.1           21.1      49.9              nd              nd            88
                      46.2        41.9           20.4      50.6              nd              nd          83.9
                      48.7        44.3           20.5      50.1              nd              nd          80.2
                      45.2        40.1           20.1      51.4              nd              nd          78.2
                      48.8        43.1           19.9      50.5              nd              nd          73.2
                      46.7          43             20      49.1              nd              nd          71.2
                        43        38.9           19.4      50.2              nd              nd          69.4
                      46.4        41.5           18.8      48.2              nd              nd          66.7
                      44.6        40.1           19.2      49.6              nd              nd          63.6
                      40.5        36.4           19.1        50              nd              nd          60.2
                      46.4        40.4             19      47.1              nd              nd          55.7
                      40.7        35.4           18.4      47.3              nd              nd          51.7
                      40.9        34.4           19.1      47.8              nd              nd          49.7
                      39.6        33.6           18.3        47              nd              nd          47.5
                      42.1        34.5           18.7      46.6              nd              nd          44.7
Cerebrovascular   All Stroke
   Diseases


           79.7        64.5
           76.1        61.3
           73.2        60.8
           69.4          59
           65.5        54.7
           62.7          53
           60.6        51.2
           59.4        50.5
           56.5        48.1
           55.6        47.9
           54.8        47.5
           51.6        44.7
           50.4          44
           49.8        43.6
           51.7        44.7
           49.8        43.1
           49.1        42.2
           47.9        41.3
           47.9        41.3
           45.2          39
           43.2          37
           42.2        35.4
           40.4        33.8
           39.5        33.1
           37.7        31.6
           34.9        29.4
           Table PH-M2 - Total mortality for selected causes (age-standardized), males, Nova Scotia
                                                           Nova Scotia
Contents              Colorectal      Lung        Female     Prostate     Acute     Cerebrovas
                        Cancer      Cancer        Breast      Cancer   Myocardial      cular
                                                  Cancer                Infarction   Diseases
                                                                          (AMI)
                 1979        32.5          78.2                   28.8       256.9        101.2
                 1980        31.4          78.7                   23.9       224.7         92.6
                 1981        27.1          80.7                     29          230        81.3
                 1982        26.8          79.5                   23.1       213.6         77.3
                 1983        24.3          83.2                   26.1       198.5         75.9
                 1984        25.1          86.2                   30.5       178.4         70.3
                 1985        22.6          83.2                   33.2       182.4         71.6
                 1986          26          87.5                   30.6       167.2           64
                 1987        23.3          79.6                   29.3       148.4         62.4
                 1988        27.2          87.8                   31.8       148.4           59
                 1989        22.6          84.3                   33.5       137.9         57.6
                 1990          21          90.1                   32.2       127.8         46.6
                 1991          24          88.3                     34       116.7         50.1
                 1992        23.4          97.7                   37.2       110.5           54
                 1993        20.7          92.4                     32       107.9         50.8
                 1994        22.1          91.9                   36.2       109.2         56.2
                 1995        22.5          91.8                     33       101.8         46.8
                 1996        23.9          83.3                   34.6         92.9        44.2
                 1997        19.5            78                   31.7       100.1         48.4
                 1998        19.5          81.3                   33.1         95.3        47.8
                 1999          21          90.4                   30.2         74.4          44
                 2000        21.2          81.9                   32.2         76.2        45.1
                 2001        19.8          76.2                   28.2           73        43.3
                 2002        24.2            73                   26.2         73.6        46.3
                 2003        25.9          77.5                     21         75.4        45.2
                 2004        25.2          75.7                   24.1         65.9        41.9
ales, Nova Scotia

             All Stroke




                    90.3
                      84
                    73.8
                    71.2
                    67.5
                    63.6
                    64.3
                      58
                    56.2
                    53.9
                    48.9
                    42.6
                    46.1
                    48.6
                    43.1
                    47.7
                    43.7
                    39.8
                    42.2
                    42.8
                    38.5
                    39.4
                    37.3
                    37.6
                    38.1
                    33.9
           Table PH-M3 - Total mortality for selected causes (age-standardized), females, Nova Scotia
                                                            Nova Scotia
Contents              Colorectal      Lung        Female     Prostate     Acute     Cerebrovas
                        Cancer      Cancer        Breast      Cancer    Myocardial     cular
                                                  Cancer                Infarction   Diseases
                                                                          (AMI)
                 1979        28.7          21.2        28.1                  107.8         77.6
                 1980        28.2          19.4        31.4                  112.6         74.9
                 1981        21.5          18.3        26.8                    99.9        64.3
                 1982        20.7          19.8        33.1                    92.5        56.6
                 1983        19.9          17.1        35.3                    90.6        57.1
                 1984        18.2          24.5        30.3                    89.5        51.3
                 1985        22.7          25.9          42                    81.8        54.2
                 1986          17          27.6          32                    79.5        47.5
                 1987        14.8          28.8        35.9                    79.4        42.9
                 1988        16.8            29        34.5                    68.1        49.4
                 1989        19.5            31        29.8                    66.4        48.7
                 1990          16          34.4        36.2                    60.9        45.9
                 1991        14.6          32.6          32                    59.1        43.4
                 1992        12.9          36.4          34                    57.5        44.3
                 1993        16.1          34.1        32.6                    48.4        41.2
                 1994        18.3          33.8        28.8                      53        43.5
                 1995          13          34.2          33                    52.5        45.3
                 1996        16.4          40.3        29.8                    42.8        41.1
                 1997        14.6          42.2        30.1                    50.8        43.3
                 1998          17          40.9          31                    42.2          42
                 1999        13.9          43.2        30.7                    39.8          39
                 2000        14.3          36.4        27.7                    35.1        46.4
                 2001        12.7            43        25.7                    37.5        39.2
                 2002          15          40.9        25.4                    31.9        36.5
                 2003        15.7          41.9          32                    32.4        34.9
                 2004        13.7          41.8          21                    31.6        40.7
males, Nova Scotia

             All Stroke




                     70.5
                     66.7
                     58.9
                     50.6
                     49.5
                     47.4
                     47.4
                     40.7
                     39.1
                     43.5
                     44.2
                     41.9
                     39.3
                     40.6
                     37.7
                     39.6
                     41.6
                     37.2
                     39.2
                     37.8
                     35.7
                     40.7
                     34.5
                     31.2
                     29.7
                     33.5
           Table PH-MH1 - Self-rated mental health, both sexes, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia
Contents                                                             Nova Scotia
                         Total      Very good or excellent         Good                Fair or poor
                                      number         %          number        %          number
                 2003                  572,756           71.8
                 2005      795,983     564,476           70.9    174,442          21.9      37,237
                 2007                  568,933           71.4

           Note: Self-rated mental health is now referred to as "perceived mental health"
tion aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
                                                                                                      Canada
      Fair or poor             Not stated             Total      Very good or excellent            Good
                 %         number           %                    number           %          number      %
                                                                 19,019,970           71.6
                     4.7     19,829             2.5 27,131,964   19,783,688           72.9   5,498,670       20.3
                                                                 20,233,235           72.7
Canada
             Fair or poor             Not stated
         number         %         number           %

         1,290,987          4.8    558,619             2.1
           Table PH-MH2 - Self-rated mental health, males, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and
Contents                                                             Nova Scotia
                         Total      Very good or excellent        Good                 Fair or poor
                                    number        %          number      %          number
                 2003
                 2005     385,020    271,146          70.4     83,835        21.8     19,269
                 2007                266,831          70.0
ged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
                                                                                                   Canada
     Fair or poor           Not stated             Total      Very good or excellent           Good
                %       number           %                    number          %          number      %

                    5     10,770             2.8 13,371,912   9,791,899           73.2   2,686,390       20.1
                                                              9,995,185           72.9
Canada
            Fair or poor             Not stated
         number        %         number           %

          583,340          4.4    310,283             2.3
           Table PH-MH3 - Self-rated mental health, females, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia an
Contents                                                             Nova Scotia
                         Total      Very good or excellent         Good                Fair or poor
                                    number        %          number      %        number
                 2003
                 2005     410,963    293,330          71.4     90,607        22      17,968
                 2007                302,102          72.6
n aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia and Canada
                                                                                                     Canada
      Fair or poor             Not stated             Total      Very good or excellent           Good
                 %         number           %                    number          %          number      %

                     4.4      9,059             2.2 13,760,052    9,991,789          72.6   2,812,280       20.4
                                                                 10,238,051          72.5
Canada
            Fair or poor             Not stated
         number        %         number           %

          707,647          5.1    248,336             1.8
           Table PH-MH4 - Self-rated mental health, percentage rated very good or excellent, both sexes, household
Contents               Canada         NL          PEI         NS           NB        Que.
                 2007        72.7        74.6         72.2       71.4        67.1        75.3
excellent, both sexes, household population aged 12 and over, Canada and Provinces
                Ont.       Man.      Sask.        Alta.        BC        Yuk.      NWT      NNVT
                   72.6       71.8        70.7        74.6       68.4       71.6     66.2      62.9
           Table PH-MH5 - Self-rated mental health, both sexes, household population aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia
Contents                                                                Zone 1
                         Total      Very good or excellent         Good                Fair or poor
                                    number        %          number      %          number
                2003
                Total                 68,114          62.7
               Males
             Females
                2005
                Total     108,005     70,960          65.7     28,004        25.9    6,960 E
               Males       53,261     33,933          63.7     14,130        26.5    3,836 E
             Females       54,744     37,027          67.6     13,875        25.3    3,124 E
                2007
                Total                 71,632          67.8
               Males                  34,264          66.9
             Females                  37,368          68.6
tion aged 12 and over, Nova Scotia, by Health Region
                                                                                                       Zone 2
      Fair or poor               Not stated           Total     Very good or excellent          Good
                 %           number           %                 number          %          number        %

                                                                   49,965            72




                     6.4 E    2,081 E         1.9 E    69,367      48,238           69.5     15,214          21.9
                     7.2 E          F             F    33,265      22,466           67.5      7,229          21.7
                     5.7 E          F             F    36,102      25,771           71.4      7,985          22.1


                                                                   50,620           69.6
                                                                   21,647           64.2
                                                                   28,973           74.2
Zone 2                                                                                                       Zone 3
            Fair or poor               Not stated           Total     Very good or excellent          Good
         number        %           number           %                 number          %          number

                                                                         56,983           62.9




          4,463 E          6.4 E    1,452 E         2.1 E    90,625      62,549             69     22,025
          2,983 E          9.0 E          F             F    44,431      29,960           67.4     11,570
          1,480 E          4.1 E          F             F    46,194      32,589           70.5     10,455


                                                                         62,674           69.2
                                                                         31,313           71.9
                                                                         31,361           66.7
       Zone 3                                                                                               Zone 4
Good                   Fair or poor               Not stated           Total     Very good or excellent
         %          number        %           number           %                 number          %

                                                                                    61,375           75.7




             24.3    3,970 E          4.4 E    2,081 E         2.3 E    80,102      54,949           68.6
               26    1,450 E          3.3 E          F             F    39,431      26,793           67.9
             22.6    2,521 E          5.5 E          F             F    40,671      28,156           69.2


                                                                                    55,397           70.0
                                                                                    24,734           64.8
                                                                                    30,663           74.8
            Zone 4
     Good                   Fair or poor               Not stated           Total     Very good or excellent
number        %          number        %           number           %                 number

                                                                                         78,151




  19,210            24    4,293 E          5.4 E    1,650 E         2.1 E   109,084      79,057
   9,371          23.8    2,235 E          5.7 E          F             F    52,220      36,472
   9,839          24.2    2,057 E          5.1 E          F             F    56,864      42,585


                                                                                         76,382
                                                                                         34,760
                                                                                         41,622
                                       Zone 5
Very good or excellent          Good                   Fair or poor               Not stated           Total
                %          number        %          number        %           number           %

                    71.1




                    72.5     21,372          19.6    5,072 E          4.6 E    3,582 E         3.3 E   338,801
                    69.8     11,077          21.2    3,097 E          5.9 E    1,574 E         3.0 E   162,412
                    74.9     10,295          18.1    1,975 E          3.5 E          F             F   176,389


                    73.3
                    70.9
                    75.4
                                       Zone 6
Very good or excellent          Good                   Fair or poor               Not stated
number          %          number        %          number        %           number           %

  258,169           76.4




  248,723           73.4     68,616          20.3     12,478            3.7    8,983 E         2.7 E
  121,522           74.8     30,458          18.8    5,668 E          3.5 E    4,765 E         2.9 E
  127,202           72.1     38,157          21.6    6,811 E          3.9 E    4,219 E         2.4 E


  252,228           73.2
  120,112           72.7
  132,116           73.6
           Table CR-1a - Crime statistics, by detailed offences, including traffic offences, Canada, provinces and territ
Contents                                                                Canada
                      Total, all    Total, all   Total, crimes Total, crimes     Total,       Total,
                      incidents     incidents     of violence   of violence    homicide      homicide

                         Actual      Rate per        Actual       Rate per       Actual       Rate per
                       incidents     100,000       incidents      100,000      incidents      100,000
                                    population                   population                  population

                       V12397044    V12397045      V12397902     V12397903     V12398065     V12398066
                1977    1,785,744       7,526.6       135,749          572.2           711           3.0
                1978    1,848,331       7,713.2       138,975          580.0           661           2.8
                1979    1,977,828       8,172.2       147,528          609.6           631           2.6
                1980    2,165,183       8,831.7       155,863          635.8           592           2.4
                1981    2,288,626       9,220.8       162,229          653.6           648           2.6
                1982    2,316,530       9,222.8       168,643          671.4           667           2.7
                1983    2,249,244       8,866.8       172,315          679.3           682           2.7
                1984    2,239,493       8,745.4       179,396          700.6           667           2.6
                1985    2,270,295       8,785.0       189,822          734.5           704           2.7
                1986    2,613,351      10,012.4       204,917          785.1           569           2.2
                1987    2,712,389      10,255.2       219,383          829.5           644           2.4
                1988    2,722,335      10,159.7       232,607          868.1           576           2.2
                1989    2,769,367      10,151.0       248,579          911.2           657           2.4
                1990    2,946,734      10,639.0       269,507          973.0           660           2.4
                1991    3,218,778      11,482.8       296,963        1,059.4           754           2.7
                1992    3,171,226      11,179.4       307,512        1,084.1           732           2.6
                1993    3,038,547      10,594.0       310,198        1,081.5           627           2.2
                1994    2,933,322      10,115.3       303,745        1,047.4           596           2.1
                1995    2,911,272       9,935.4       295,702        1,009.2           588           2.0
                1996    2,907,358       9,818.6       296,746        1,002.2           635           2.1
                1997    2,791,791       9,334.9       296,890          992.7           586           2.0
                1998    2,709,046       8,983.1       296,166          982.1           558           1.9
                1999    2,593,567       8,530.4       291,327          958.2           538           1.8
                2000    2,587,891       8,432.6       302,098          984.4           546           1.8
                2001    2,622,453       8,453.7       305,186          983.8           553           1.8
                2002    2,667,918       8,504.0       303,946          968.8           582           1.9
                2003    2,819,346       8,900.6       305,667          965.0           549           1.7
                2004    2,863,255       8,949.0       302,147          944.4           624           2.0
                2005    2,756,880       8,532.0       306,687          949.1           663           2.1
                2006    2,709,496       8,298.7       311,419          953.8           606           1.9
                2007    2,564,951       7,778.2       306,559          929.6           594           1.8
                2008
                2009
                2010

           Source: Statistics Canada Cansim Table 2520013 Crime statistics by detailed offences, annual
           Note: Statistics include traffic offences
, Canada, provinces and territories
                                                                           Newfoundland and Labrador
                Total,       Total,     Total, all   Total, all     Total,      Total,     Total,    Total,
               property     property    incidents    incidents    crimes of   crimes of  homicide   homicide
                crimes       crimes                                violence   violence
                Actual      Rate per      Actual      Rate per      Actual    Rate per     Actual   Rate per
              incidents     100,000     incidents     100,000     incidents    100,000   incidents  100,000
                           population                population              population            population

              V12404160    V12404161    V12397048    V12397049    V12397096   V12397097   V12398069   V12398070
               1,059,688      4,466.4      30,821       5,452.2       2,475       437.8           8          1.4
               1,097,242      4,578.8      29,385       5,176.2       2,609       459.6           9          1.6
               1,186,697      4,903.3      31,836       5,584.1       2,543       446.0           5          0.9
               1,334,619      5,443.9      31,623       5,519.9       2,611       455.8           3          0.5
               1,429,520      5,759.5      36,018       6,266.5       2,776       483.0           4          0.7
               1,466,923      5,840.3      37,149       6,465.2       3,305       575.2           6          1.0
               1,422,703      5,608.5      36,516       6,300.4       3,483       601.0           6          1.0
               1,408,663      5,501.0      36,007       6,206.2       3,527       607.9           6          1.0
               1,408,717      5,451.1      32,896       5,678.6       3,531       609.5           5          0.9
               1,448,550      5,549.8      38,244       6,633.9       3,707       643.0           4          0.7
               1,468,591      5,552.6      36,692       6,379.5       3,861       671.3           5          0.9
               1,457,361      5,438.9      37,137       6,458.7       4,515       785.2           7          1.2
               1,443,048      5,289.4      39,872       6,917.6       5,479       950.6           5          0.9
               1,554,348      5,611.9      40,483       7,003.5       6,094     1,054.3           0          0.0
               1,726,769      6,160.1      44,014       7,594.9       6,869     1,185.3          10          1.7
               1,674,773      5,904.0      42,285       7,290.2       7,002     1,207.2           2          0.3
               1,599,037      5,575.1      37,900       6,535.2       6,738     1,161.9           7          1.2
               1,524,519      5,257.1      36,518       6,356.8       6,417     1,117.0           4          0.7
               1,550,725      5,292.2      34,792       6,131.4       6,108     1,076.4           5          0.9
               1,561,811      5,274.5      37,574       6,712.0       5,531       988.0           7          1.3
               1,459,536      4,880.2      34,313       6,227.3       5,371       974.8           7          1.3
               1,377,901      4,569.1      34,666       6,420.4       4,850       898.3           7          1.3
               1,299,981      4,275.7      33,119       6,208.9       4,802       900.3           2          0.4
               1,252,387      4,080.9      33,921       6,423.9       4,861       920.6           6          1.1
               1,241,936      4,003.5      33,314       6,382.2       4,777       915.2           1          0.2
               1,246,481      3,973.2      34,181       6,580.2       4,779       920.0           2          0.4
               1,305,229      4,120.6      35,141       6,778.4       4,876       940.5           5          1.0
               1,269,999      3,969.3      35,451       6,853.0       4,750       918.2           2          0.4
               1,207,104      3,735.8      34,435       6,697.5       4,550       885.0          11          2.1
               1,174,068      3,596.0      34,006       6,668.6       4,359       854.8           7          1.4
               1,094,703      3,319.7      35,458       7,003.7       4,806       949.3           3          0.6
or                                                                  Prince Edward Island
       Total,      Total,     Total, all   Total, all     Total,      Total,     Total,      Total,
      property    property    incidents    incidents    crimes of   crimes of  homicide     homicide
       crimes      crimes                                violence    violence
       Actual     Rate per      Actual      Rate per      Actual     Rate per    Actual      Rate per
     incidents    100,000     incidents     100,000     incidents    100,000   incidents     100,000
                 population                population               population              population

     V12404164   V12404165    V12397056    V12397057    V12397914   V12397915   V12398077   V12398078
        16,023      2,834.4       6,243       5,201.2         384       319.9           1          0.8
        15,228      2,682.4       6,253       5,137.5         420       345.1           4          3.3
        16,918      2,967.4       6,909       5,617.2         445       361.8           0          0.0
        16,899      2,949.8       7,183       5,805.6         404       326.5           1          0.8
        19,773      3,440.1       7,690       6,214.6         461       372.6           1          0.8
        20,894      3,636.3       7,906       6,383.1         497       401.3           0          0.0
        20,468      3,531.5       7,671       6,115.0         548       436.8           0          0.0
        19,395      3,342.9       8,075       6,377.7         664       524.4           0          0.0
        16,793      2,898.9       8,011       6,275.1         622       487.2           1          0.8
        17,003      2,949.4       9,312       7,251.6         639       497.6           0          0.0
        15,265      2,654.1       8,568       6,663.9         615       478.3           0          0.0
        13,957      2,427.4       9,486       7,337.6         772       597.2           1          0.8
        15,188      2,635.0       9,789       7,525.5         784       602.7           1          0.8
        16,992      2,939.6      10,706       8,201.4         895       685.6           1          0.8
        18,950      3,270.0      12,495       9,589.0       1,027       788.1           2          1.5
        17,598      3,034.0      12,891       9,857.2       1,040       795.2           0          0.0
        15,298      2,637.9      12,143       9,189.4         974       737.1           2          1.5
        14,955      2,603.3      10,715       8,031.3       1,029       771.3           1          0.8
        13,980      2,463.7      11,018       8,197.5       1,019       758.2           1          0.7
        15,425      2,755.4      11,850       8,729.2       1,120       825.0           1          0.7
        14,378      2,609.4      10,719       7,875.3         996       731.8           0          0.0
        14,512      2,687.8       9,579       7,052.8         995       732.6           1          0.7
        13,217      2,477.8      10,768       7,900.5         945       693.3           1          0.7
        12,993      2,460.6      10,405       7,623.5       1,009       739.3           3          2.2
        12,227      2,342.4      10,667       7,804.8       1,048       766.8           2          1.5
        12,929      2,489.0      11,952       8,728.3       1,215       887.3           1          0.7
        13,567      2,617.0      13,105       9,543.1       1,246       907.3           1          0.7
        14,250      2,754.7      12,404       8,997.4       1,109       804.4           0          0.0
        13,163      2,560.2      11,482       8,309.0       1,067       772.1           0          0.0
        12,056      2,364.2      10,382       7,521.7         972       704.2           1          0.7
        11,557      2,282.8       9,286       6,698.6         920       663.7           0          0.0
                                                                     Nova Scotia
  Total,      Total,     Total, all   Total, all     Total,      Total,       Total,     Total,
 property    property    incidents    incidents    crimes of   crimes of    homicide    homicide
  crimes      crimes                                violence    violence
  Actual     Rate per      Actual      Rate per      Actual     Rate per      Actual     Rate per
incidents    100,000     incidents     100,000     incidents    100,000     incidents    100,000
            population                population               population               population

V12404172   V12404173    V12397064    V12397065    V12397922   V12397923    V12398085   V12398086
    3,155      2,628.5      51,843       6,173.8       4,076        485.4          14          1.7
    3,066      2,519.0      54,683       6,474.8       4,401        521.1          13          1.5
    3,344      2,718.7      59,613       7,019.7       4,437        522.5          17          2.0
    3,653      2,952.5      62,490       7,327.1       4,742        556.0          12          1.4
    4,109      3,320.7      66,746       7,809.8       4,794        560.9          11          1.3
    4,351      3,512.9      69,564       8,089.2       4,914        571.4          12          1.4
    3,907      3,114.5      65,518       7,538.1       5,115        588.5          13          1.5
    4,154      3,280.8      65,173       7,430.1       5,161        588.4          15          1.7
    4,148      3,249.2      66,260       7,486.2       5,203        587.9          26          2.9
    3,881      3,022.3      76,569       8,609.8       5,509        619.5          15          1.7
    3,294      2,562.0      77,062       8,625.2       5,902        660.6          14          1.6
    3,996      3,091.0      78,500       8,747.6       6,352        707.8          11          1.2
    3,755      2,886.8      80,301       8,884.3       7,034        778.2          16          1.8
    4,297      3,291.7      89,370       9,824.8       7,830        860.8           9          1.0
    5,401      4,144.9      98,636      10,778.7       9,108        995.3          21          2.3
    5,633      4,307.3      96,076      10,447.9      10,130      1,101.6          21          2.3
    5,240      3,965.4      88,162       9,541.0       9,874      1,068.6          19          2.1
    4,591      3,441.1      84,426       9,107.9      10,187      1,099.0          19          2.1
    4,939      3,674.7      81,800       8,812.8      10,239      1,103.1          17          1.8
    4,836      3,562.4      85,353       9,163.8      10,548      1,132.5          18          1.9
    4,357      3,201.1      85,022       9,117.8      10,293      1,103.8          24          2.6
    3,747      2,758.8      82,062       8,805.8       9,155        982.4          24          2.6
    4,297      3,152.7      84,742       9,074.5       9,449      1,011.8          13          1.4
    4,164      3,050.9      76,898       8,234.2       9,308        996.7          15          1.6
    4,112      3,008.7      77,598       8,322.5       9,778      1,048.7           9          1.0
    4,521      3,301.6      78,837       8,436.2      10,440      1,117.2           9          1.0
    4,974      3,622.1      86,769       9,265.1      11,253      1,201.6           8          0.9
    4,851      3,518.7      88,868       9,474.6      11,277      1,202.3          14          1.5
    4,616      3,340.4      82,868       8,853.5      10,807      1,154.6          20          2.1
    4,173      3,023.3      81,793       8,747.5      10,624      1,136.2          16          1.7
    3,687      2,659.7      76,334       8,171.5       9,948      1,064.9          13          1.4
                                                                   New Brunswick
  Total,      Total,     Total, all   Total, all     Total,      Total,      Total,      Total,
 property    property    incidents    incidents    crimes of   crimes of   homicide     homicide
  crimes      crimes                                violence    violence
  Actual     Rate per      Actual      Rate per      Actual     Rate per     Actual      Rate per
incidents    100,000     incidents     100,000     incidents    100,000    incidents     100,000
            population                population               population               population

V12404180   V12404181    V12397068    V12397069    V12397926   V12397927    V12398089   V12398090
   27,050      3,221.3      35,374       5,084.1       2,797        402.0          38          5.5
   27,641      3,272.9      37,037       5,294.5       3,014        430.9          27          3.9
   30,279      3,565.5      43,786       6,226.8       3,383        481.1          11          1.6
   32,122      3,766.4      46,586       6,597.9       3,222        456.3           9          1.3
   35,657      4,172.1      49,477       7,004.9       3,364        476.3          17          2.4
   36,338      4,225.5      51,495       7,270.9       3,635        513.3          13          1.8
   34,586      3,979.3      50,596       7,072.8       3,888        543.5          11          1.5
   36,339      4,142.9      48,553       6,733.9       3,976        551.4          14          1.9
   37,444      4,230.5      50,131       6,927.1       3,922        541.9          14          1.9
   39,174      4,404.9      58,272       8,035.8       4,491        619.3          12          1.7
   39,480      4,418.8      57,874       7,951.0       4,819        662.1          20          2.8
   39,448      4,395.9      57,314       7,847.4       5,021        687.5           8          1.1
   39,293      4,347.3      57,126       7,769.9       5,118        696.1          18          2.5
   43,828      4,818.2      62,251       8,410.9       5,975        807.3          12          1.6
   48,223      5,269.7      63,295       8,490.0       6,260        839.7          17          2.3
   44,268      4,814.0      61,572       8,230.4       6,589        880.8          11          1.5
   40,221      4,352.8      62,670       8,369.3       7,248        967.9          11          1.5
   37,915      4,090.3      59,177       7,888.1       7,107        947.3          15          2.0
   37,738      4,065.8      57,755       7,690.6       6,904        919.3          14          1.9
   37,909      4,070.1      57,776       7,679.8       6,919        919.7           9          1.2
   38,062      4,081.8      54,077       7,185.9       6,524        866.9           8          1.1
   37,964      4,073.8      57,793       7,700.1       6,998        932.4           5          0.7
   37,726      4,039.9      59,114       7,875.5       7,218        961.6           9          1.2
   33,674      3,605.8      56,695       7,554.1       7,124        949.2          10          1.3
   32,194      3,452.9      55,915       7,456.4       7,490        998.8           8          1.1
   31,576      3,378.9      57,647       7,682.9       7,418        988.6           9          1.2
   34,238      3,655.9      59,769       7,956.2       7,419        987.6           8          1.1
   36,608      3,902.9      61,435       8,169.1       7,041        936.3           7          0.9
   33,506      3,579.7      53,860       7,168.7       6,487        863.4           9          1.2
   32,820      3,510.0      49,985       6,671.6       6,386        852.4           7          0.9
   28,700      3,072.3      46,505       6,202.5       6,384        851.5           8          1.1
                                                                       Quebec
  Total,      Total,     Total, all   Total, all     Total,      Total,      Total,      Total,
 property    property    incidents    incidents    crimes of   crimes of   homicide     homicide
  crimes      crimes                                violence    violence
  Actual     Rate per      Actual      Rate per      Actual     Rate per     Actual      Rate per
incidents    100,000     incidents     100,000     incidents    100,000    incidents     100,000
            population                population               population               population

V12404184   V12404185    V12397076    V12397077    V12397934   V12397935    V12398097   V12398098
   19,028      2,734.8     353,239       5,492.1      25,348        394.1         197          3.1
   18,851      2,694.8     352,666       5,476.0      25,203        391.3         180          2.8
   22,247      3,163.8     407,931       6,308.4      29,176        451.2         186          2.9
   24,643      3,490.1     466,704       7,172.3      31,131        478.4         181          2.8
   26,625      3,769.5     494,836       7,557.4      32,950        503.2         186          2.8
   27,758      3,919.4     479,855       7,293.4      31,570        479.8         190          2.9
   26,557      3,712.4     449,225       6,804.1      30,717        465.3         190          2.9
   25,373      3,519.0     455,542       6,869.7      32,256        486.4         198          3.0
   25,821      3,568.0     466,585       6,999.8      33,827        507.5         219          3.3
   26,074      3,595.7     534,037       7,960.6      36,445        543.3         156          2.3
   25,330      3,480.0     547,032       8,065.3      40,206        592.8         174          2.6
   25,400      3,477.8     547,343       8,003.2      44,128        645.2         154          2.3
   25,192      3,426.5     556,196       8,027.4      46,992        678.2         215          3.1
   27,910      3,771.0     602,167       8,597.6      50,282        717.9         184          2.6
   27,628      3,705.8     648,361       9,177.6      54,244        767.8         181          2.6
   26,758      3,576.8     643,824       9,057.7      56,762        798.6         166          2.3
   26,758      3,573.4     598,589       8,365.7      53,635        749.6         159          2.2
   24,766      3,301.2     576,051       8,009.7      53,416        742.7         126          1.8
   24,874      3,312.2     565,491       7,832.9      49,629        687.4         135          1.9
   25,213      3,351.4     575,087       7,935.6      49,050        676.8         154          2.1
   23,063      3,064.7     555,638       7,638.0      45,807        629.7         132          1.8
   22,789      3,036.3     523,973       7,181.7      47,194        646.9         137          1.9
   22,531      3,001.7     483,765       6,605.8      48,935        668.2         137          1.9
   22,100      2,944.6     491,423       6,679.6      52,913        719.2         150          2.0
   21,283      2,838.2     481,850       6,514.1      52,570        710.7         140          1.9
   21,314      2,840.6     498,925       6,700.8      53,442        717.8         118          1.6
   22,820      3,037.7     537,906       7,177.2      54,345        725.1          99          1.3
   22,551      2,998.6     532,835       7,058.4      54,689        724.5         111          1.5
   19,793      2,634.4     514,550       6,772.2      56,084        738.1         100          1.3
   19,130      2,553.3     507,217       6,629.4      57,778        755.2          93          1.2
   17,284      2,305.2     468,089       6,078.4      56,538        734.2          90          1.2
                                                                       Ontario
  Total,      Total,     Total, all   Total, all     Total,      Total,       Total,     Total,
 property    property    incidents    incidents    crimes of   crimes of    homicide    homicide
  crimes      crimes                                violence    violence
  Actual     Rate per      Actual      Rate per      Actual     Rate per      Actual     Rate per
incidents    100,000     incidents     100,000     incidents    100,000     incidents    100,000
            population                population               population               population

V12404192   V12404193    V12397104    V12397105    V12397962   V12397963    V12398125   V12398126
  233,593      3,631.9     656,960       7,723.8      50,366        592.1         192          2.3
  229,283      3,560.2     704,298       8,197.4      52,449        610.5         182          2.1
  276,255      4,272.1     743,449       8,582.2      53,447        617.0         175          2.0
  325,464      5,001.8     797,499       9,119.2      55,435        633.9         158          1.8
  345,577      5,277.8     812,958       9,226.3      55,929        634.7         170          1.9
  337,855      5,135.1     799,516       8,960.9      57,046        639.4         184          2.1
  315,854      4,784.0     775,519       8,577.2      61,088        675.6         202          2.2
  318,490      4,802.9     771,991       8,416.9      62,785        684.5         190          2.1
  322,456      4,837.5     769,381       8,275.1      67,244        723.2         193          2.1
  320,582      4,778.8     871,216       9,230.8      72,590        769.1         139          1.5
  315,077      4,645.4     910,675       9,442.7      81,283        842.8         204          2.1
  315,898      4,619.1     934,806       9,497.9      85,361        867.3         186          1.9
  322,690      4,657.3     952,661       9,425.3      91,706        907.3         175          1.7
  356,385      5,088.4   1,005,710       9,766.2      99,692        968.1         182          1.8
  392,249      5,552.3   1,103,886      10,585.7     108,719      1,042.6         245          2.4
  379,323      5,336.6   1,081,621      10,233.1     110,479      1,045.2         242          2.3
  347,993      4,863.5   1,060,270       9,919.8     112,410      1,051.7         192          1.8
  317,739      4,418.0   1,027,829       9,500.9     108,608      1,003.9         192          1.8
  316,899      4,389.5   1,026,901       9,378.1     105,385        962.4         181          1.7
  331,711      4,577.3     991,017       8,941.7     103,491        933.8         187          1.7
  317,073      4,358.6     920,280       8,196.1     102,025        908.6         178          1.6
  299,156      4,100.3     884,875       7,784.6     101,888        896.4         156          1.4
  273,402      3,733.3     823,836       7,159.8      98,121        852.8         162          1.4
  269,126      3,658.1     825,803       7,067.0     103,617        886.7         156          1.3
  259,325      3,505.8     814,664       6,847.3     104,028        874.4         170          1.4
  248,521      3,337.8     808,755       6,682.8     100,285        828.7         178          1.5
  247,592      3,303.6     805,193       6,566.3      95,559        779.3         178          1.5
  242,031      3,206.1     823,672       6,631.7      92,510        744.8         187          1.5
  238,574      3,139.9     798,569       6,355.3      94,785        754.3         219          1.7
  238,341      3,115.2     799,303       6,291.1      96,729        761.3         196          1.5
  220,934      2,869.0     742,552       5,799.4      94,029        734.4         201          1.6
                                                              Manitoba
  Total,      Total,     Total, all   Total, allTotal,    Total,    Total,   Total,   Total,
 property    property    incidents            crimes of crimes of homicide homicide property
                                      incidents
  crimes      crimes                          violence violence                       crimes
  Actual     Rate per      Actual   Rate per    Actual   Rate per   Actual  Rate per  Actual
incidents    100,000     incidents 100,000 incidents 100,000 incidents 100,000 incidents
            population             population           population         population

V12404220   V12404221    V12397148    V12397149    V12398006   V12398007   V12398169   V12398170   V12404264
  383,377      4,507.3     87,895       8,467.7       6,078        585.5          44         4.2     52,837
  414,824      4,828.2     87,960       8,447.6       5,858        562.6          39         3.8     53,224
  438,738      5,064.7     88,372       8,518.7       5,638        543.5          44         4.2     53,827
  483,391      5,527.5    100,859       9,748.2       5,807        561.3          31         3.0     64,273
  497,412      5,645.2    108,354      10,454.5       6,571        634.0          41         4.0     69,926
  501,151      5,616.9    115,895      11,071.6       7,224        690.1          35         3.3     75,445
  486,130      5,376.6    119,734      11,284.2       9,007        848.9          40         3.8     76,463
  476,991      5,200.6    120,778      11,268.0       9,785        912.9          43         4.0     76,111
  467,879      5,032.3    123,894      11,447.6      10,635        982.7          26         2.4     76,897
  476,382      5,047.4    142,724      13,073.8      11,164      1,022.6          47         4.3     82,272
  479,454      4,971.4    149,910      13,652.7      11,087      1,009.7          44         4.0     86,601
  488,365      4,961.9    128,957      11,701.7      11,838      1,074.2          31         2.8     72,768
  481,022      4,759.1    120,883      10,953.9      11,969      1,084.6          43         3.9     66,992
  520,736      5,056.7    127,405      11,522.9      12,770      1,155.0          39         3.5     69,403
  588,125      5,639.8    134,002      12,076.5      14,541      1,310.5          42         3.8     71,312
  567,506      5,369.1    136,405      12,259.0      16,384      1,472.5          29         2.6     67,184
  555,488      5,197.1    141,656      12,674.8      18,072      1,617.0          31         2.8     69,372
  532,641      4,923.5    141,889      12,632.2      18,103      1,611.7          29         2.6     71,565
  548,963      5,013.4    137,666      12,192.1      18,221      1,613.7          27         2.4     67,033
  530,848      4,789.7    138,093      12,175.5      19,179      1,691.0          45         4.0     65,480
  479,309      4,268.8    135,967      11,967.5      19,572      1,722.7          31         2.7     62,139
  440,512      3,875.4    131,222      11,535.9      18,295      1,608.3          33         2.9     58,788
  411,524      3,576.5    132,180      11,569.5      17,978      1,573.6          26         2.3     58,136
  394,486      3,375.9    133,590      11,643.1      18,843      1,642.3          30         2.6     57,083
  388,796      3,267.8    141,020      12,248.9      18,611      1,616.5          34         3.0     59,102
  391,378      3,234.0    141,429      12,238.8      18,927      1,637.9          36         3.1     57,362
  392,630      3,201.9    156,417      13,462.2      18,929      1,629.2          43         3.7     64,965
  368,169      2,964.3    159,806      13,652.2      18,736      1,600.6          50         4.3     66,694
  353,351      2,812.1    148,048      12,609.0      18,961      1,614.9          49         4.2     58,707
  359,594      2,830.3    145,523      12,348.2      18,776      1,593.2          39         3.3     58,336
  337,432      2,635.4    136,938      11,539.6      17,952      1,512.8          62         5.2     52,293
                                                       Saskatchewan
  Total,     Total, all   Total, all     Total,      Total,      Total,      Total,        Total,
 property    incidents    incidents    crimes of   crimes of   homicide     homicide      property
  crimes                                violence    violence                               crimes
 Rate per      Actual      Rate per      Actual     Rate per     Actual      Rate per      Actual
 100,000     incidents     100,000     incidents    100,000    incidents     100,000     incidents
population                population               population               population

V12404265    V12397156    V12387157    V12398014   V12398015    V12398177   V12398178    V12404272
  5,090.2       79,527       8,417.3       6,263        662.9          46          4.9      46,233
  5,111.6       76,350       8,020.7       5,619        590.3          32          3.4      44,850
  5,188.7       75,528       7,871.4       5,816        606.1          36          3.8      43,494
  6,212.1       81,780       8,454.0       5,846        604.3          31          3.2      48,434
  6,746.8       92,782       9,507.7       6,084        623.5          29          3.0      57,845
  7,207.3       95,450       9,668.0       6,287        636.8          39          4.0      62,487
  7,206.2       98,324       9,814.0       6,927        691.4          33          3.3      63,638
  7,100.8      104,605      10,300.9       7,835        771.6          30          3.0      68,667
  7,105.2      110,861      10,810.8       8,212        800.8          28          2.7      72,675
  7,536.3      129,206      12,553.2       8,962        870.7          26          2.5      71,898
  7,887.0      134,195      12,994.0       9,358        906.1          30          2.9      72,293
  6,603.1      130,386      12,683.3       9,291        903.8          23          2.2      70,842
  6,070.5      127,277      12,487.7       9,726        954.3          22          2.2      65,499
  6,277.0      125,349      12,446.4      10,233      1,016.1          36          3.6      62,070
  6,426.7      132,820      13,246.4      11,587      1,155.6          21          2.1      63,155
  6,038.0      134,856      13,432.5      12,282      1,223.4          32          3.2      63,120
  6,207.1      127,444      12,657.6      12,280      1,219.6          30          3.0      59,800
  6,371.4      126,081      12,489.2      12,295      1,217.9          24          2.4      59,137
  5,936.6      131,751      12,991.6      13,051      1,286.9          21          2.1      62,278
  5,773.3      137,019      13,445.1      13,582      1,332.7          32          3.1      64,366
  5,469.3      142,618      14,008.7      15,768      1,548.8          25          2.5      63,639
  5,168.1      146,474      14,395.4      16,424      1,614.1          33          3.2      62,257
  5,088.5      142,073      14,001.4      16,334      1,609.7          13          1.3      59,140
  4,975.1      146,170      14,504.3      17,048      1,691.7          26          2.6      60,115
  5,133.6      154,965      15,494.4      18,330      1,832.8          27          2.7      59,673
  4,963.9      154,282      15,491.9      18,457      1,853.3          27          2.7      57,707
  5,591.3      171,827      17,273.7      20,486      2,059.5          41          4.1      65,809
  5,697.6      168,706      16,957.1      20,041      2,014.4          39          3.9      61,936
  5,000.0      158,043      15,963.2      19,883      2,008.3          43          4.3      54,526
  4,950.1      151,290      15,320.2      20,041      2,029.4          42          4.3      47,088
  4,406.7      148,917      14,938.5      20,130      2,019.3          30          3.0      43,002
                                                           Alberta
  Total,     Total, all   Total, all     Total,      Total,       Total,     Total,        Total,
 property    incidents    incidents    crimes of   crimes of    homicide    homicide      property
  crimes                                violence    violence                               crimes
 Rate per      Actual      Rate per      Actual     Rate per      Actual     Rate per      Actual
 100,000     incidents     100,000     incidents    100,000     incidents    100,000     incidents
population                population               population               population

V12404273    V12397168    V12397169    V12398026   V12398027    V12398189   V12398190    V12404284
   4,893.4     190,486       9,780.3    15,066          773.5          70          3.6     110,047
   4,711.5     184,902       9,145.6      15,182        750.9          84          4.2     107,003
   4,532.9     198,867       9,480.9      15,756        751.2          56          2.7     115,465
   5,006.8     223,094      10,175.8      17,085        779.3          55          2.5     133,403
   5,927.6     241,394      10,521.9      18,023        785.6          73          3.2     148,415
   6,329.3     247,530      10,452.0      19,977        843.5          70          3.0     155,843
   6,351.9     238,465       9,976.1      19,295        807.2          75          3.1     148,381
   6,761.9     216,229       9,046.9      19,245        805.2          54          2.3     131,777
   7,087.0     219,894       9,151.0      20,709        861.8          63          2.6     131,169
   6,985.3     277,643      11,421.2      21,929        902.1          64          2.6     150,828
   7,000.1     305,556      12,546.8      21,959        901.7          73          3.0     171,744
   6,891.2     313,862      12,787.6      23,550        959.5          66          2.7     173,057
   6,426.4     316,672      12,691.0      24,778        993.0          67          2.7     166,838
   6,163.2     337,024      13,231.3      26,634      1,045.6          74          2.9     176,887
   6,298.6     376,251      14,512.4      32,841      1,266.7          84          3.2     197,776
   6,287.1     352,357      13,382.8      30,996      1,177.3          92          3.5     187,751
   5,939.3     323,565      12,130.1      30,635      1,148.5          49          1.8     167,011
   5,857.9     283,758      10,506.9      28,503      1,055.4          66          2.4     146,368
   6,141.1     274,416      10,035.3      27,504      1,005.8          60          2.2     142,465
   6,316.0     274,982       9,908.7      28,184      1,015.6          53          1.9     141,596
   6,251.0     286,220      10,113.6      30,472      1,076.7          61          2.2     143,134
   6,118.6     289,734       9,992.7      31,913      1,100.7          64          2.2     143,952
   5,828.3     293,139       9,926.0      31,462      1,065.3          61          2.1     141,736
   5,965.2     287,426       9,565.1      31,868      1,060.5          59          2.0     133,578
   5,966.5     308,460      10,091.2      33,676      1,101.7          70          2.3     134,908
   5,794.5     325,330      10,439.5      33,607      1,078.4          70          2.3     145,644
   6,615.8     351,830      11,129.0      34,781      1,100.2          64          2.0     162,031
   6,225.4     363,471      11,329.5      35,271      1,099.4          86          2.7     162,274
   5,507.4     357,888      10,908.8      36,405      1,109.7         108          3.3     159,441
   4,768.3     351,325      10,423.2      37,502      1,112.6          95          2.8     151,816
   4,313.7     352,669      10,151.7      38,369      1,104.5          88          2.5     147,953
                                                      British Columbia
  Total,     Total, all   Total, all     Total,      Total,        Total,     Total,        Total,
 property    incidents    incidents    crimes of   crimes of    homicide     homicide      property
  crimes                                violence    violence                                crimes
 Rate per      Actual      Rate per      Actual     Rate per       Actual     Rate per      Actual
 100,000     incidents     100,000     incidents    100,000      incidents    100,000     incidents
population                population               population                population

V12404285    V12397180    V12397181    V12398038   V12398039    V12398201    V12398202    V12404296
   5,650.2     280,517      10,916.3      20,650        803.6           91          3.5   162,726
   5,292.5     301,025      11,515.9      22,039        843.1           85          3.3    177,117
   5,504.7     308,243      11,575.1      24,630        924.9           90          3.4    180,160
   6,084.8     333,818      12,168.8      27,561      1,004.7          105          3.8    196,183
   6,469.2     363,593      12,875.4      29,161      1,032.6          110          3.9    216,920
   6,580.5     396,973      13,817.8      31,843      1,108.4          109          3.8    237,460
   6,207.4     392,805      13,519.5      29,690      1,021.9          108          3.7    240,043
   5,513.5     396,464      13,459.4      31,374      1,065.1          110          3.7    244,272
   5,458.7     399,491      13,431.5      32,856      1,104.7          113          3.8    243,950
   6,204.5     451,815      15,039.9      36,438      1,212.9           89          3.0    251,096
   7,052.2     458,591      15,035.0      37,205      1,219.8           78          2.6    250,351
   7,050.8     458,216      14,708.3      38,676      1,241.5           80          2.6    244,330
   6,686.2     481,817      15,066.8      41,530      1,298.7           86          2.7    247,384
   6,944.5     516,643      15,699.6      44,944      1,365.7          110          3.3    266,230
   7,628.4     572,948      16,984.0      47,428      1,405.9          128          3.8    303,874
   7,130.9     583,172      16,813.6      51,523      1,485.5          122          3.5    307,698
   6,261.1     560,708      15,717.5      53,989      1,513.4          120          3.4    304,047
   5,419.7     562,799      15,311.4      53,699      1,460.9          113          3.1    307,571
   5,209.9     565,667      14,976.6      53,300      1,411.2          120          3.2    323,747
   5,102.3     575,307      14,849.4      54,791      1,414.2          125          3.2    336,871
   5,057.6     543,229      13,757.7      55,299      1,400.5          116          2.9    307,489
   4,964.8     525,464      13,192.4      53,901      1,353.3           90          2.3    287,816
   4,799.3     507,967      12,663.3      51,652      1,287.7          110          2.7    272,508
   4,445.3     499,242      12,359.9      50,844      1,258.8           85          2.1    258,822
   4,413.5     514,862      12,624.0      49,881      1,223.0           84          2.1    264,461
   4,673.6     524,070      12,734.3      49,776      1,209.5          126          3.1    268,979
   5,125.3     564,656      13,588.6      50,399      1,212.9           94          2.3    289,113
   5,058.1     577,783      13,744.3      50,389      1,198.7          113          2.7    283,356
   4,859.9     558,256      13,103.8      51,716      1,213.9          101          2.4    264,907
   4,504.1     542,738      12,562.6      52,515      1,215.6          108          2.5    245,128
   4,258.9     510,910      11,663.9      51,333      1,171.9           88          2.0    226,750
                                                            Yukon
  Total,     Total, all   Total, all     Total,      Total,       Total,         Total,        Total,
 property    incidents    incidents    crimes of   crimes of    homicide        homicide      property
  crimes                                violence    violence                                   crimes
 Rate per      Actual      Rate per      Actual     Rate per      Actual         Rate per      Actual
 100,000     incidents     100,000     incidents    100,000     incidents        100,000     incidents
population                population               population                   population

V12404297    V12397192    V12397193    V12398050   V12398051    V12398213       V12398214    V12404308
   6,332.5        4,070     17,821.2         565      2,474.0               6         26.3       1,931
   6,775.7        4,685     19,733.8         561      2,363.0               2          8.4       2,360
   6,765.3        4,532     18,891.2         590      2,459.4               4         16.7       2,322
   7,151.6        4,650     19,120.1         574      2,360.2               2          8.2       2,444
   7,681.5        5,580     23,344.4         650      2,719.3               1          4.2       3,081
   8,265.5        5,668     23,163.1         655      2,676.8               2          8.2       3,011
   8,261.7        4,698     19,893.3         546      2,312.0               1          4.2       2,261
   8,292.7        5,304     22,181.3         705      2,948.3               2          8.4       2,460
   8,202.0        4,884     20,047.6         854      3,505.5               6         24.6       2,056
   8,358.4        5,483     22,398.8         781      3,190.5               3         12.3       2,145
   8,207.8        6,565     25,544.8         777      3,023.4               0          0.0       2,315
   7,842.8        6,604     24,819.6         734      2,758.6               1          3.8       2,405
   7,735.9        6,555     24,178.4         800      2,950.8               2          7.4       2,513
   8,090.1        6,339     22,823.5         892      3,211.6               1          3.6       2,275
   9,007.8        6,895     23,852.4         866      2,995.8               0          0.0       2,489
   8,871.4        6,400     21,254.0         811      2,693.3               2          6.6       2,540
   8,522.9        7,206     23,737.5         866      2,852.7               0          0.0       2,741
   8,367.7        6,664     22,441.5         817      2,751.3               3         10.1       2,555
   8,571.5        6,863     22,542.3         997      3,274.8               4         13.1       2,761
   8,695.1        6,936     22,101.1       1,000      3,186.4               0          0.0       2,615
   7,787.4        7,326     23,044.3       1,053      3,312.3               1          3.2       2,624
   7,226.0        6,410     20,583.1         919      2,951.0               3          9.6       2,210
   6,793.4        6,800     22,094.4         972      3,158.2               1          3.3       2,212
   6,407.8        7,910     26,001.8       1,021      3,356.2               2          6.6       2,504
   6,484.4        8,151     27,053.7       1,121      3,720.7               1          3.3       2,161
   6,535.9        8,881     29,468.8       1,130      3,749.5               0          0.0       2,222
   6,957.6        8,849     28,942.9       1,184      3,872.6               1          3.3       2,315
   6,740.5        7,898     25,580.6       1,042      3,374.9               7         22.7       2,004
   6,218.1        7,645     24,620.8         994      3,201.2               1          3.2       1,906
   5,673.9        6,944     22,248.6         938      3,005.4               0          0.0       1,595
   5,176.6        7,270     23,459.9         906      2,923.6               2          6.5
                                             Northwest Territories and Nunavut
  Total,     Total, all   Total, all     Total,      Total,       Total,    Total,       Total,
 property    incidents    incidents    crimes of   crimes of    homicide   homicide     property
  crimes                                violence    violence                             crimes
 Rate per      Actual      Rate per      Actual     Rate per      Actual   Rate per      Actual
 100,000     incidents     100,000     incidents    100,000     incidents  100,000     incidents
population                population               population             population

V12404309                 V12397200                V12398058              V12398221
   8,455.2                  19,632.8                 3,763.6                     9.0
   9,940.6                  20,071.1                 3,578.2                     8.8
   9,679.0                  19,162.4                 3,645.7                    15.3
  10,049.3                  19,213.9                 3,120.6                     8.6
  12,889.6                  19,341.8                 3,082.8                    10.5
  12,304.9                  19,244.7                 3,413.1                    14.1
   9,574.0                  19,937.7                 3,941.3                     5.9
  10,287.7                  20,493.1                 3,962.8                     9.5
   8,439.4                  20,925.7                 4,020.1                    18.4
   8,762.6                  21,915.3                 4,099.0                    25.6
   9,007.8                  23,278.9                 4,142.7                     3.6
   9,038.6                  23,517.2                 4,180.5                    14.4
   9,269.3                  25,323.1                 4,627.6                    12.3
   8,191.1                  29,888.0                 5,481.2                    20.4
   8,610.4                  31,735.8                 5,661.1                     4.9
   8,435.2                  31,711.4                 5,637.4                    20.9
   9,029.2                  28,758.5                 5,483.9                    11.0
   8,604.1                  26,793.1                 5,483.3                     6.2
   9,068.8                  25,826.7                 5,036.7                     4.5
   8,332.5                  24,273.2                 4,970.6                     5.9
   8,253.9                  24,262.8                 5,494.8                     4.4
   7,096.5                  24,994.8                 5,408.5                     7.4
   7,187.2                       0.0                     0.0                     0.0
   8,231.2                       0.0                     0.0                     0.0
   7,172.5                       0.0                     0.0                     0.0
   7,373.0                       0.0                     0.0                     0.0
   7,571.8
   6,490.7
   6,138.3
   5,110.4
   4,369.3
                                            Northwest Territories
  Total,     Total, all   Total, allTotal,    Total,    Total,      Total,   Total,   Total,
 property    incidents            crimes of crimes of homicide homicide property property
                          incidents
  crimes                          violence violence                          crimes   crimes
 Rate per      Actual   Rate per    Actual   Rate per   Actual     Rate per  Actual  Rate per
 100,000     incidents 100,000 incidents 100,000 incidents 100,000 incidents 100,000
population             population           population            population        population

V12404316    V12397196    V12397197    V12398054   V12398055   V12398217   V12398218   V12404312   V12404313
   8,257.0       8,769     19,632.8        1,681     3,763.6           4         9.0       3,688     8,257.0
   8,382.3       9,087     20,071.1        1,620     3,578.2           4         8.8       3,795     8,382.3
   7,978.1       8,762     19,162.4        1,667     3,645.7           7        15.3       3,648     7,978.1
   8,012.1       8,897     19,217.6        1,445     3,121.2           4         8.6       3,710     8,013.7
   8,789.8       9,198     19,341.8        1,466     3,082.8           5        10.5       4,180     8,789.8
   8,744.8       9,529     19,244.7        1,690     3,413.1           7        14.1       4,330     8,744.8
   8,652.8      10,173     19,937.7        2,011     3,941.3           3         5.9       4,415     8,652.8
   8,815.9      10,772     20,493.1        2,083     3,962.8           5         9.5       4,634     8,815.9
   9,080.6      11,384     20,925.7        2,187     4,020.1          10        18.4       4,940     9,080.6
   8,761.0      11,987     21,915.7        2,242     4,099.0          14        25.6       4,792     8,761.2
   9,244.7      12,812     23,278.5        2,280     4,142.6           2         3.6       5,088     9,244.5
   8,328.7      13,096     23,512.9        2,328     4,179.8           8        14.4       4,638     8,327.2
   8,494.2      14,441     25,324.0        2,639     4,627.8           7        12.3       4,844     8,494.5
   8,883.0      17,607     29,891.0        3,229     5,481.8          12        20.4       5,233     8,884.0
   8,927.4      19,335     31,733.1        3,449     5,660.6           3         4.9       5,439     8,926.6
   8,653.4      19,767     31,671.8        3,514     5,630.3          13        20.8       5,394     8,642.6
   7,993.2      18,234     28,692.8        3,477     5,471.4           7        11.0       5,068     7,975.0
   7,255.6      11,124     27,351.2        1,964     4,829.0           1         2.5       3,001     7,378.7
   7,601.0      10,618     25,575.1        1,936     4,663.2           2         4.8       3,144     7,572.8
   7,329.1      10,251     24,506.9        1,914     4,575.8           2         4.8       3,149     7,528.3
   6,322.7      10,654     25,495.4        2,239     5,358.0           2         4.8       2,813     6,731.6
   6,248.0      11,068     26,962.2        2,076     5,057.3           1         2.4       2,881     7,018.3
       0.0      10,877     26,755.1        2,042     5,022.9           1         2.5       2,376     5,844.4
       0.0      12,274     30,306.9        1,984     4,898.9           1         2.5       2,395     5,913.7
       0.0      13,360     32,727.5        2,000     4,899.3           4         9.8       2,135     5,230.0
       0.0      14,680     35,382.9        2,375     5,724.4           4         9.6       2,527     6,090.8
                17,141     40,588.7        2,848     6,743.9           4         9.5       3,053     7,229.3
                19,453     45,427.6        2,942     6,870.3           4         9.3       3,187     7,442.4
                20,151     47,165.5        2,715     6,354.7           0         0.0       2,899     6,785.4
                18,836     44,423.5        2,717     6,407.9           0         0.0       2,680     6,320.6
                20,181     47,332.1        3,015     7,071.3           2         4.7       2,471     5,795.4
                                             Nunavut
Total, all   Total, all     Total,      Total,      Total,      Total,        Total,      Total,
incidents    incidents    crimes of   crimes of   homicide     homicide      property    property
                           violence    violence                               crimes      crimes
  Actual      Rate per      Actual     Rate per     Actual      Rate per      Actual     Rate per
incidents     100,000     incidents    100,000    incidents     100,000     incidents    100,000
             population               population               population               population

V12397203    V12397204    V12398061   V12398062    V12398224   V12398225    V12404319   V12404320
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
       na            na          na           na          na           na          na           na
    6,291      25,692.2       1,600      6,534.4           3         12.3       1,715      7,004.0
    6,534      26,075.5       1,409      5,623.0           1          4.0       1,904      7,598.4
    6,113      23,748.1       1,437      5,582.5           2          7.8       1,792      6,961.7
    5,728      22,075.8       1,471      5,669.3           1          3.9       1,456      5,611.4
    5,726      21,666.4       1,558      5,895.3           4         15.1       1,317      4,983.4
    5,187      19,338.6       1,417      5,283.0           2          7.5       1,176      4,384.5
    6,134      22,305.5       1,658      6,029.1           3         10.9       1,347      4,898.2
    7,627      27,122.1       1,876      6,671.2           3         10.7       1,559      5,543.9
    8,949      31,138.9       2,095      7,289.8           2          7.0       1,801      6,266.8
   10,743      36,835.3       2,342      8,030.2           3         10.3       2,122      7,275.8
   11,473      38,719.6       2,350      7,930.9           4         13.5       2,088      7,046.7
   11,085      36,934.0       2,233      7,440.1           2          6.7       1,715      5,714.2
   10,154      33,401.3       2,082      6,848.7           2          6.6       1,311      4,312.5
    9,842      31,633.1       2,229      7,164.2           7         22.5       1,286      4,133.3
           Table CR-1b - Crime statistics, by detailed offences, including traffic offences, Halifax, NS
Contents                                                    Halifax, NS
                     Total, all Total, all    Total,      Total,     Total,     Total,     Total,
                     incidents incidents crimes of crimes of homicide homicide property
                                             violence violence                            crimes
                       Actual    Rate per     Actual    Rate per     Actual   Rate per    Actual
                     incidents 100,000 incidents 100,000 incidents 100,000 incidents
                                population             population            population

                       V12397060   V12397061   V12397918   V12397919   V12398081   V12398082   V12404176
                1977         na           na          na          na          na          na         na
                1978         na           na          na          na          na          na         na
                1979         na           na          na          na          na          na         na
                1980         na           na          na          na          na          na         na
                1981         na           na          na          na          na          na         na
                1982         na           na          na          na          na          na         na
                1983         na           na          na          na          na          na         na
                1984         na           na          na          na          na          na         na
                1985         na           na          na          na          na          na         na
                1986         na           na          na          na          na          na         na
                1987         na           na          na          na          na          na         na
                1988         na           na          na          na          na          na         na
                1989         na           na          na          na          na          na         na
                1990         na           na          na          na          na          na         na
                1991     44,354     13,567.5       3,779     1,156.0           9         2.8     25,702
                1992     43,569     13,147.7       4,410     1,330.8           8         2.4     23,566
                1993     38,907     11,612.3       4,043     1,206.7           7         2.1     21,351
                1994     36,090     10,652.7       4,171     1,231.2           8         2.4     19,776
                1995     32,568      9,507.9       3,962     1,156.7           6         1.8     18,848
                1996     35,016     10,482.8       4,054     1,213.7           7         2.1     19,110
                1997     34,991     10,359.9       3,931     1,163.9          11         3.3     19,569
                1998     35,128     10,294.6       3,467     1,016.0          12         3.5     20,633
                1999     35,839     10,389.2       3,663     1,061.9           7         2.0     20,401
                2000     32,977      9,002.5       4,007     1,093.9           8         2.2     18,510
                2001     35,251      9,550.9       4,559     1,235.2           3         0.8     18,142
                2002     35,148      9,402.5       4,848     1,296.9           5         1.3     17,293
                2003     37,358      9,907.6       5,086     1,348.8           3         0.8     18,118
                2004     39,926     10,522.2       5,159     1,359.6           9         2.4     20,259
                2005     36,817      9,674.0       4,984     1,309.6          11         2.9     18,268
                2006     35,324      9,216.2       4,826     1,259.1           6         1.6     17,028
                2007     33,102      8,587.7       4,415     1,145.4           7         1.8     14,547
                2008
                2009
                2010

           Source: Statistics Canada Cansim Table 2520013 Crime statistics by detailed offences, annual
           Note: Statistics include traffic offences
nces, Halifax, NS

               Total,
              property
               crimes
              Rate per
              100,000
             population

             V12404177
                        na
                        na
                        na
                        na
                        na
                        na
                        na
                        na
                        na
                        na
                        na
                        na
                        na
                        na
                   7,862.0
                   7,111.5
                   6,372.5
                   5,837.3
                   5,502.5
                   5,721.0
                   5,793.9
                   6,046.7
                   5,914.0
                   5,053.1
                   4,915.4
                   4,626.1
                   4,805.0
                   5,339.1
                   4,800.1
                   4,442.7
                   3,774.0




offences, annual
           Table CR-1c - Crime statistics, all incidents, rate per 100,000, excluding traffic offences, Canada and Nova S
Contents                                   Canada                                              Nova Scotia
                      Total, all incidents       Total, all incidents     Total, all incidents
                       Actual incidents Rate per 100,000 population        Actual incidents

                1962             514,986                       2,771                15,187
                1963             572,105                       3,022                17,953
                1964             626,038                       3,245                19,446
                1965             628,418                       3,199                20,123
                1966             702,809                       3,511                20,547
                1967             784,568                       3,850                20,529
                1968             897,530                       4,472                23,702
                1969             994,790                       4,737                26,128
                1970           1,110,066                       5,212                28,278
                1971           1,166,458                       5,296                29,518
                1972           1,189,805                       5,339                28,213
                1973           1,298,551                       5,756                30,701
                1974           1,456,885                       6,369                36,102
                1975           1,585,805                       6,833                43,814
                1976           1,637,704                       6,964                47,574
                1977           1,654,020                       6,951                47,110
                1978           1,714,297                       7,132                49,942
                1979           1,855,271                       7,642                55,020
                1980           2,045,399                       8,317                57,355
                1981           2,168,201                       8,708                62,085
                1982           2,203,668                       8,744                64,636
                1983           2,148,633                       8,441                61,665
                1984           2,147,657                       8,356                61,933
                1985           2,174,175                       8,381                63,372
                1986           2,277,749                       8,692                66,510
                1987           2,368,956                       8,923                67,427
                1988           2,390,007                       8,886                68,906
                1989           2,425,936                       8,861                71,254
                1990           2,627,193                       9,453                80,365
                1991           2,898,988                      10,309                90,008
                1992           2,847,981                       9,978                87,646
                1993           2,735,626                       9,452                80,207
                1994           2,646,209                       9,047                76,572
                1995           2,639,654                       8,916                75,095
                1996           2,644,893                       8,828                78,810
                1997           2,530,354                       8,433                77,696
                1998           2,461,156                       8,161                76,075
                1999           2,356,831                       7,752                78,252
                2000           2,352,768                       7,666                71,196
                2001           2,374,811                       7,655                71,519
                2002           2,417,444                       7,706                72,309
                2003           2,579,172                       8,142                80,639
                2004           2,610,971                       8,161                82,453
                2005           2,510,461                       7,769                76,803
                2006           2,462,641                       7,543                75,559
                2007           2,302,900                       6,984                69,646
Source: Statistics Canada Cansim Table 2520013 Crime statistics by detailed offences, annual
Note: Statistics exclude traffic offences
ding traffic offences, Canada and Nova Scotia
            Nova Scotia
                    Total, all incidents
               Rate per 100,000 population

                                   2,036
                                   2,391
                                   2,576
                                   2,662
                                   2,718
                                   2,701
                                   3,090
                                   3,371
                                   3,616
                                   3,694
                                   3,509
                                   3,772
                                   4,403
                                   5,292
                                   5,684
                                   5,602
                                   5,903
                                   6,465
                                   6,708
                                   7,253
                                   7,498
                                   7,080
                                   7,038
                                   7,136
                                   7,456
                                   7,525
                                   7,656
                                   7,856
                                   8,802
                                   9,837
                                   9,475
                                   8,615
                                   8,198
                                   8,006
                                   8,463
                                   8,298
                                   8,163
                                   8,380
                                   7,624
                                   7,671
                                   7,738
                                   8,611
                                   8,791
                                   8,206
                                   8,081
                                   7,456
etailed offences, annual
           Table CR-1d - Total criminal offences, by crime, Nova Scotia
                     Total, assault, actual  Total, sexual assault,   Total, robbery,
Contents                   incidents            actual incidents      actual incidents
                1977                      0                         0               291
                1978                      0                         0               364
                1979                      0                         0               318
                1980                      0                         0               413
                1981                      0                         0               414
                1982                      0                         0               376
                1983                  4572                       299                398
                1984                  4512                       433                367
                1985                  4775                       446                277
                1986                  5147                       566                228
                1987                  5462                       697                270
                1988                  5930                       732                311
                1989                  6615                       888                301
                1990                  7434                      1035                299
                1991                  8534                      1128                465
                1992                  9523                      1368                465
                1993                  9361                      1350                328
                1994                  9604                      1202                371
                1995                  9756                      1181                304
                1996                  9991                      1151                433
                1997                  9734                      1191                428
                1998                  8575                       951                458
                1999                  8943                       893                416
                2000                  8669                       751                520
                2001                  9035                       841                627
                2002                  9753                       926                560
                2003                 10545                       899                622
                2004                 10418                       822                746
                2005                  9961                       794                703
                2006                  9717                       805                792
                2007                  9247                       702                590


           Source: Statistics Canada Cansim Table 2520013 Crime statistics by detailed offences, annual
               Total, property crimes,  Total, breaking and entering, Total, theft, motor vehicles, actual
                  actual incidents             actual incidents                     incidents
                                  27050                          7417                                1978
                                  27641                          7388                                1836
                                  30279                          7616                                2173
                                  32122                          8393                                2128
                                  35657                          8822                                2056
                                  36338                          8246                                1669
                                  34586                          7116                                1438
                                  36339                          7614                                1416
                                  37444                          8055                                1550
                                  39174                          8611                                1573
                                  39480                          8717                                1488
                                  39448                          8583                                1475
                                  39293                          7720                                1619
                                  43828                          9453                                1758
                                  48223                         11733                                1983
                                  44268                         10664                                1886
                                  40221                          9378                                1777
                                  37915                          8774                                1670
                                  37738                          8836                                1797
                                  37909                          9523                                2409
                                  38062                          9292                                2593
                                  37964                          9118                                2816
                                  37726                          9052                                2898
                                  33674                          7673                                2867
                                  32194                          6524                                2733
                                  31576                          6587                                2622
                                  34238                          7659                                2709
                                  36608                          7825                                3139
                                  33506                          7332                                2630
                                  32820                          6863                                2446
                                  28700                          6192                                1875


y detailed offences, annual
Total, frauds, actual   Total, mischief over, property      Total, mischief under, property
      incidents           damage, actual incidents            damage, actual incidents
                1729                                8122                                 1444
                2028                                8531                                 1365
                2170                                9364                                 1485
                2213                                8946                                 1307
                2490                               10135                                 1308
                2975                                9988                                 1311
                3381                                9632                                 1127
                3535                                9267                                 1097
                4177                                9745                                 1123
                4184                                5218                                 6107
                4237                                  945                               10094
                4192                                  503                               11167
                4761                                  450                               11447
                4899                                  454                               12935
                5526                                  659                               15287
                5298                                  372                               14436
                4277                                  340                               12836
                4222                                  359                               12013
                4203                                  205                               11737
                3939                                  236                               12665
                3938                                  166                               12847
                3413                                  163                               11779
                3350                                  185                               12241
                2988                                  163                               11272
                2922                                   60                               11284
                2426                                  107                               11735
                2675                                  136                               13780
                3134                                  149                               13496
                2852                                  320                               14134
                2783                                  283                               14859
                2498                                  367                               13460
Total, theft under, actual   Total, theft over,
         incidents           actual incidents
                    13224                   2293
                    13409                   2723
                    14437                   3519
                    14744                   4255
                    16204                   5714
                    16340                   6765
                    16175                   6181
                    16171                   7264
                    16210                   7110
                    22890                   1506
                    23351                   1270
                    23206                   1500
                    23363                   1367
                    25371                   1716
                    26229                   2109
                    24013                   1929
                    22464                   1860
                    20767                   1982
                    21769                    685
                    21168                    440
                    21379                    505
                    21788                    433
                    20829                    412
                    18393                    338
                    19363                    272
                    17815                    262
                    19044                    283
                    20043                    353
                    18251                    388
                    18125                    410
                    15620                    356
           Table CR-2a - Perceptions of neighbourhood crime compared to other areas (percent), Canada, provinces,
Contents                 Higher    About the Same     Lower    Don't Know/Not Stated
           Canada                9              29          59                        3
           Nfld.                 2              10          87                        1
           P.E.I.                F              11          87                       F
           N.S.                  5              23          72                        1
           N.B.                  4              23          72                        1
           Que.                  7              39          49                        4
           Ont.                  9              25          62                        4
           Man.                  8              28          61                        4
           Sask.                 9              26          62                        3
           Alta.                 8              28          61                        3
           B.C.                 13              29          56                        3

           Source: Statistics Canada General Social Survey, Cycle 18 (Catalogue #85-565-XIE)
           F - amount too unreliable to be published
ercent), Canada, provinces, 2004
           Table CR-2b - Perceptions of neighbourhood crime compared to other areas (percent), Canada, selected mu
Contents                 Higher    Same       Lower   Don't Know/Not Stated
           Canada               8        28        60                      5
           St.John's                      9        87
           Halifax              9        31        58
           Saint John                    23        69
           Quebec               5        32        58                      5
           Montreal             9        36        48                      6
           Ottawa-Hull          6        26        60                      8
           Toronto            11         28        53                      8
           Hamilton           10         28        57                      6
           Winnipeg           10         33        50                      7
           Regina             11         34        51
           Saskatoon            7        32        57
           Calgary              6        32        57                      4
           Edmonton             9        27        60                      4
           Vancouver          16         33        47                      5
           Victoria                      32        61

           Source: Statistics Canada General Social Survey, Cycle 13 (Catalogue #85-554-XIE)
(percent), Canada, selected municipalities, 1999
           Table CR-2c - Perceptions of neighbourhood crime (percent) compared to 5 years ago, Canada, provinces,
Contents              Increased Decreased About the Same Don't Know/Not Stated
           Canada             30           6             58                     7
           Nfld.              23           7             68                     2
           P.E.I.             32           4             62                     F
           N.S.               28           6             62                     4
           N.B.               26           5             64                     4
           Que.               23           8             63                     6
           Ont.               31           5             56                     8
           Man.               33           4             56                     7
           Sask.              31           4             60                     6
           Alta.              35           4             52                     9
           B.C.               36           5             50                     8

           Source: Statistics Canada General Social Survey, Cycle 18 (Catalogue #85-565-XIE)
           F - amount too unreliable to be published
o 5 years ago, Canada, provinces, 2004
           Table CR-2d - Perceptions of neighbourhood crime (percent) compared to 5 years ago, Canada, selected m
Contents                  Increased Decreased   Same     Don't Know/Not Stated
           Canada                29          6      54                      10
           St.John's             26          8      59                       7
           Halifax               36          6      48                      10
           Saint John            18          8      66                       8
           Quebec                21          8      59                      12
           Montreal              25          8      56                      11
           Ottawa-Hull           27          8      53                      13
           Toronto               30          6      50                      15
           Hamilton              36          6      47                      11
           Winnipeg              38          4      48                      10
           Regina                38                 48                      10
           Saskatoon             37                 51                      10
           Calgary               31          7      47                      16
           Edmonton              30          4      54                      12
           Vancouver             38          5      46                      11
           Victoria              31                 50                      15

           Source: Statistics Canada General Social Survey, Cycle 13 (Catalogue #85-554-XIE)
rs ago, Canada, selected municipalities, 1999
           Table CR-2e - Feelings of safety walking alone in the neighbourhood after dark (percent), Canada, province
Contents              Unsafe       Safe     Don't know/Not Stated
           Canada            10         90                       0
           Nfld.              4         97                       F
           P.E.I.             4         96                       F
           N.S.               8         92                       F
           N.B.               5         95                       F
           Que.              12         88                       F
           Ont.              10         90                       F
           Man.              10         90                       F
           Sask.              8         93                       F
           Alta.              8         92                       F
           B.C.              12         88                       F

           Source: Statistics Canada General Social Survey, Cycle 18 (Catalogue #85-565-XIE)
           F - amount too unreliable to be published
dark (percent), Canada, provinces, 2004
           Table CR-2f - Feelings of safety walking alone in the neighbourhood after dark (percent), Canada, selected
Contents               Feel Very Safe Feel Reasonably Safe Feel Somewhat for Very Unsafe
           Canada                  35                    38                              15
           St.John's               45                    35                                8
           Halifax                 27                    45                              19
           Saint John              41                    34                              11
           Quebec                  39                    36                              14
           Montreal                31                    39                              19
           Ottawa-Hull             39                    35                              17
           Toronto                 29                    42                              16
           Hamilton                32                    42                              14
           Winnipeg                25                    42                              19
           Regina                  35                    40                              18
           Saskatoon               30                    45                              11
           Calgary                 34                    44                              13
           Edmonton                29                    45                              16
           Vancouver               22                    48                              21
           Victoria                29                    41                              17

           Source: Statistics Canada General Social Survey, Cycle 13 (Catalogue #85-554-XIE)
after dark (percent), Canada, selected municipalities, 1999
              Don't Walk Alone After Dark Don't Know/Not Stated
                                       11
                                       11
                                         9
                                       14
                                       10
                                       10
                                       10
                                       12                     1
                                       12
                                       13
                                         6
                                       14
                                         9
                                         9
                                         9
                                       14
           Table CR-2g - Perceptions of whether local police are doing a good job of ensuring the safety of citizens (p
Contents              Percent
           Canada            61
           Nfld.             66
           P.E.I.            63
           N.S.              63
           N.B.              66
           Que.              66
           Ont.              62
           Man.              55
           Sask.             55
           Alta.             60
           B.C.              54

           Source: Statistics Canada General Social Survey, Cycle 18 (Catalogue #85-565-XIE)
ensuring the safety of citizens (percent), Canada, provinces, 2004
           Table CR-2h - Perceptions of whether local police are doing a good job of ensuring the safety of citizens (p
Contents                  Good Job Average Job Poor Job Don't Know/Not Stated
           Canada                62            26           5                        6
           St.John's             69            24           3                        4
           Halifax               57            32           6                        5
           Saint John            68            22
           Quebec                73            20                                    5
           Montreal              68            21           5                        6
           Ottawa-Hull           60            28           3                        9
           Toronto               58            28           5                       10
           Hamilton              56            30           6                        9
           Winnipeg              53            33           6                        9
           Regina                44            46                                    6
           Saskatoon             53            38           5
           Calgary               63            27           3                        6
           Edmonton              54            33           6                        6
           Vancouver             49            35           8                        9
           Victoria              59            30           6                        6

           Source: Statistics Canada General Social Survey, Cycle 13 (Catalogue #85-554-XIE)
ensuring the safety of citizens (percent), Canada, selected municipalities, 1999
           Table ED-1a - Average scores in the PISA math assessment by quartile of family income, 15-year-olds, Ca
Contents                                                  Average PISA math scores
                                      First Quartile   Second Quartile  Third Quartile
           Canada                                  486             510               532
           Newfoundland & Labrador                 485             516               532
           Prince Edward Island                    469             496               517
           Nova Scotia                             479             510               529
           New Brunswick                           483             508               523
           Quebec                                  502             531               556
           Ontario                                 503             526               540
           Manitoba                                504             524               538
           Saskatchewan                            477             521               524
           Alberta                                 506             539               552
           British Columbia                        507             525               546

           Source: PCEIP, 2006. Table C4.6, p. 208.
 e of family income, 15-year-olds, Canada and provinces, 2003
scores
               Fourth Quartile
                            563
                            565
                            541
                            559
                            555
                            584
                            571
                            559
                            556
                            585
                            571
           Table ED-1b - Average amount of government student debt at time of graduation ($2000 CDN), classes of
Contents               1990      1995      2000
           Bachelor     10,800    14,500    19,000
           College       7,100    10,300    12,500



           Source: Mary Allen and Chantal Vaillancourt. Class of 2000 – Student Loans , Canadian Social Trends. Autumn 2
           Data from National Graduates Surveys (classes of 1990, 1995, 2000).
           Note: This table refers only to graduates who have not completed any further education in the two years after grad
$2000 CDN), classes of 1990, 1995, and 2000, Canada




Social Trends. Autumn 2004. Statistics Canada. Catalogue No. 11-008.

in the two years after graduation.
           Table ED-1c - Average debt from government student loans at graduation, by province, class of 1995 and
Contents                                 University          College
                                      1995      2000     1995      2000
           Nova Scotia                 16,562    22,600   11,542    11,300
           Newfoundland                16,783    26,900   12,670    15,400
           Prince Edward Island        13,245    18,500    7,372    12,900
           New Brunswick               16,297    21,400   11,267    12,300
           Quebec                      13,129    13,500    8,681     7,400
           Ontario                     14,600    21,600   11,318    15,200
           Manitoba                    13,040    17,800    8,964    10,400
           Saskatchewan                19,387    22,100   12,194    11,000
           Alberta                     16,293    17,900   10,511    10,800
           British Columbia            16,656    20,100   12,029    11,300


           Source: PCEIP, 2005. Data from National Graduates Survey.
           Note: University here includes graduates with Bachelor‘s, Master‘s, and Doctorate degrees.
y province, class of 1995 and 2000 ($2000)
           Table ED-1d - Debt repayment rate (percentage of student loan repaid 2 years after graduation), all univer
Contents                            1995              2000
           Canada                             31               27
           Nova Scotia                        25               16
           Newfoundland                       26               16
           Prince Edward Island               18               13
           New Brunswick                      16               15
           Quebec                             24               24
           Ontario                            36               31
           Manitoba                           42               24
           Saskatchewan                       31               23
           Alberta                            37               29
           British Columbia                   39               27

           Source: Canadian Education Statistics Council. 2006. Education Indicators in Canada. Report of the Pan Canadia
           Statistics Canada and Council of Ministers of Education, Canada. Ottawa. Table B3.1, p. 191. Data are from the N
           Note: ―All university graduates‖ includes Bachelor‘s, Master‘s, and Doctorate graduates.
s after graduation), all university graduates, by province, 1995 and 2000




ada. Report of the Pan Canadian Education Indicators Program.
3.1, p. 191. Data are from the Na
           Table ED-1e - Average amount borrowed (all sources) for the 2003 degree, post-2003 degree education or
Contents                           Average amount borrowed ($)
           Prince Edward Island                            32,390
           Nova Scotia                                     27,148
           New Brunswick                                   26,199
           Maritimes                                       27,104


           Source: Maritime Provinces Higher Education Commission. 2007. 2005 Survey of 2003 Maritime University Gradu
           MPHEC. Available from http://www2.mphec.ca/english/pdfs/GFU2003in2005ProvEng.pdf. Table 1.11a.
st-2003 degree education or both, by Maritime province of graduation, 2005




003 Maritime University Graduates: Selected Provincial Statistics.
g.pdf. Table 1.11a.
           Table ED-1f - Average undergraduate university tuition fees, Canada and provinces, 1990/1991, 2005/200
Contents                          1990/91    2005/06        2007/08
           Canada                     1,900       4,214          4,382
           Nova Scotia                2,519       6,281          5,694
           Newfoundland               1,744       2,606          2,551
           Prince Edward Island       2,432       4,645          4,301
           New Brunswick              2,498       5,037          5,554
           Quebec                     1,173       1,900          1,962
           Ontario                    2,180       4,881          5,213
           Manitoba                   1,962       3,272          3,278
           Saskatchewan               2,005       5,062          4,625
           Alberta                    1,669       5,125          4,809
           British Columbia           2,346       4,874          4,703

           Source: Statistics Canada. University Tuition Fees . The Daily . Thursday, September 1, 2005; Statistics Canada.
           The Daily. Thursday October 18, 2007. Data source: Survey of Tuition and Living Accommodation Costs for Full-
           Note: All figures for 1990/1991 were converted to 2005 constant dollars using Bank of Canada‘s Inflation Calcula
           Figures for 2007/2008 were converted using Bank of Canada‘s Inflation Calculator, October 22, 2007.
 ovinces, 1990/1991, 2005/2006, and 2007/2008 (in 2005 constant dollars)




mber 1, 2005; Statistics Canada. University Tuition Fees.
 Accommodation Costs for Full-time Stude
nk of Canada‘s Inflation Calculator, February 19, 2007.
 r, October 22, 2007.
           Table ED-1g - Share of university operating revenue by source, Canada, 1972–2005
                         Government grants     Student fees,
Contents       Year        and contracts      including tuition   Other
                  1972                 78.6                   18        3.4
                  1974                 79.9                 17.5        2.6
                  1976                 83.2                 14.6        2.2
                  1978                 83.8                 13.9        2.3
                  1980                 83.9                   13        3.1
                  1982                 82.7                 13.8        3.5
                  1984                 81.6                 15.6        2.8
                  1986                 81.1                 16.4        2.5
                  1988                 81.4                 16.3        2.3
                  1990                   80                 16.9        3.1
                  1992                 77.4                 19.7        2.9
                  1994                   74                 23.1        2.9
                  1996                 70.5                 25.8        3.7
                  1998                 64.9                 30.6        4.5
                  2000                 59.7                 32.1        8.2
                  2002                 59.6                 32.8        7.6
                  2004                 57.2                 35.3        7.5
                  2005                 56.7                 35.9        7.4


           Source: Data are originally from the Financial Information of Universities and Colleges (FIUC) survey and were p
           charge by Larry Dufay, Senior Research Officer, Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT).
           Note: ―Other‖ includes revenue from donations (including bequests), non-government grants and contracts, inves
           services and products. Prior to 2000, funds from the sale of products and services were not used as general ope
 (FIUC) survey and were provided free of
eachers (CAUT).
grants and contracts, investments, and the sale of
re not used as general operating rev
           Table ED-1h - Public expenditure per full-time equivalent public school student, Canada, 1993–2005, ($20
               Year      Public expenditure
                            per student
Contents
                  1993                 8,165
                  1994                 8,194
                  1995                 8,053
                  1996                 7,869
                  1997                 7,820
             1998/1999                 7,805
             1999/2000                 7,821
             2000/2001                 7,934
             2001/2002                 7,927
             2002/2003                 8,128
             2003/2004                 8,381
             2004/2005                 8,653


           Sources: Blouin, Patric and Marie-Josee Courchesne. 2007. Research Paper: Summary Public School Indicators
           Provinces and Territories, 1998/1999 to 2004/2005. Statistics Canada. Ottawa; Statistics Canada, The Daily, July
           Note: All figures were converted to 2003 constant dollars using the Bank of Canada‘s Inflation Calculator, Septem
           The data are for a school year, rather than a calendar year. The more recent year was used when converting to c
udent, Canada, 1993–2005, ($2003)




ummary Public School Indicators for the
Statistics Canada, The Daily, July 28, 2000. School board reve
ada‘s Inflation Calculator, September 26, 2007.
ar was used when converting to constant dollars.
           Table ED-1i - Public expenditure per full-time equivalent student, provinces and territories, 1998/1999 and
Contents                            1998/1999     2004/2005
           Canada                         7,805          8,653
           Nova Scotia                    6,267          7,397
           Newfoundland                   6,401          7,729
           Prince Edward Island           6,057          7,259
           New Brunswick                  7,163          8,283
           Quebec                         7,357          8,292
           Ontario                        8,337          8,870
           Manitoba                       7,912          8,992
           Saskatchewan                   6,818          8,645
           Alberta                        7,363          8,946
           British Columbia               8,207          8,577
           Yukon                        13,119          15,159
           Northwest Territories*       11,534          12,773
           Nunavut*                         N/A         12,482


           Source: Blouin, Patric and Marie-Josee Courchesne. 2007. Research Paper: Summary Public School Indicators
           1998/1999 to 2004/2005. Statistics Canada. Ottawa.
           Notes: All figures were converted to 2003 constant dollars using the Bank of Canada‘s Inflation Calculator, Septe
           The data are for a school year, rather than a calendar year. The more recent year was used when converting to c
nd territories, 1998/1999 and 2004/2005 ($2003)




ary Public School Indicators for the Provinces and Territories,

a‘s Inflation Calculator, September 26, 2007.
as used when converting to constant dollars.
           Table ED-1j - Public versus private share of sponsored research at Canadian universities, 1972–2005
               Year        Total public    Total private
Contents                      share           share
                  1972              83.3              16.7
                  1974              83.7              16.2
                  1976              81.8              18.1
                  1978              79.7              20.3
                  1980              77.2              22.8
                  1982              80.4              19.6
                  1984              81.4              18.6
                  1986              79.8              20.2
                  1988              77.5              22.5
                  1990              76.4              23.6
                  1992              71.9              28.1
                  1994              69.4              30.6
                  1996              69.1              30.9
                  1998              64.2              35.8
                  2000              67.8              32.2
                  2002              69.8              30.2
                  2004              73.6              26.4
                  2005              72.4              27.6


           Source: Larry Dufay, Senior Research Officer, Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT). Personal c
           Original data from Statistics Canada's Financial Information of Universities and Colleges (FIUC) survey and Cana
           Notes: Categories of public funding sources include Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC
           Council (NSERC), Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), Canada Foundation for Innovation
           According to CAUT‘s Senior Research Officer Larry Dufay, prior to 2000, CAUBO did not disaggregate the data f
           by type of source. Therefore, prior to 2000, private funding is presented as a total for the sector.[i]
           By definition, sponsored research is from sources external to the universities themselves. Therefore, Figure 9 ab
           [i] Dufay, Larry, Senior Research Officer, Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT), personal commu
ian universities, 1972–2005




sity Teachers (CAUT). Personal communication, September, 2006.
 Colleges (FIUC) survey and Canadian
 nities Research Council (SSHRC), Health Canada, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research
undation for Innovation
BO did not disaggregate the data for private funding
 al for the sector.[i]
 emselves. Therefore, Figure 9 above does not include research funding provided by the universities.
eachers (CAUT), personal communication with Linda Pannozzo, September 14, 2006.
           Table ED-1k - Average prose literacy scores across selected regions and provinces, Canadian population
Contents                          1994           2003
           Canada                      270            272
           Atlantic region             264            269
           Quebec                      255            266
           Ontario                     275            270
           Western region              280            281


           Sources: International Adult Literacy Survey, 1994; International Adult Literacy and Skills Survey, 2003.
           Notes: In this comparison, the territories are excluded from the Canadian average. The Western region includes
           Alberta, and British Columbia. The Atlantic region includes Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, New Brun
rovinces, Canadian population aged 16 and over, 1994 and 2003




nd Skills Survey, 2003.
ge. The Western region includes Manitoba, Saskatchewan,
abrador, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and
           Table ED-1l - Average document literacy scores across selected regions and provinces, Canadian popula
Contents                         1994           2003
           Canada                     270            271
           Atlantic region            259            267
           Quebec                     254            263
           Ontario                    277            270
           Western region             277            281


           Sources: International Adult Literacy Survey, 1994; International Adult Literacy and Skills Survey, 2003.
           Notes: In this comparison, the territories are excluded from the Canadian average. The Western region includes
           Alberta, and British Columbia. The Atlantic region includes Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, New Brun
d provinces, Canadian population aged 16 and over, 1994 and 2003




d Skills Survey, 2003.
e. The Western region includes Manitoba, Saskatchewan,
brador, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and
           Table ED-1m - Percentile scores of correct answers to general political knowledge questions, by age gro
Contents       Year        18–23        24–29         30–34        35–39         40–49
                  1984         39.3           43.7        51.9          51.4          54.4
                  1993         36.7           46.7        47.1          50.3          55.5
                  1997         37.8             41        46.1          47.7          53.2
                  2000         31.4           36.2        47.6          49.5          51.4

           Source: Adapted from Howe, Paul. ―Political Knowledge and Electoral Participation in the Netherlands: Comparis
           Canadian Case.‖ Paper presented at the Annual conference of the Canadian Political Science Association, Winn
           Note: Knowledge scores for each election year are based on the number of questions respondents answered co
           with results then converted to percentile scores. Relative knowledge levels of the different age groups were calcu
cal knowledge questions, by age group, 1984, 1993, 1997, and 2000
               50–59         60 +
                   57.9           52.4
                   53.1             56
                   58.4             57
                   59.7           58.3

rticipation in the Netherlands: Comparisons with the
dian Political Science Association, Winnipeg, June 3–5, 2004; ac
 of questions respondents answered correctly in each year,
 s of the different age groups were calculated based o
           Table ED-1n - Ecological Footprint by Educational Attainment, Canada, 2005
                                              Some secondary       Completed        University
Contents                                          education        secondary          degree
           Global hectares per capita                       6.76             6.96            8.67

           Source: Estimates developed by Hans Messinger, HFM Consulting, are based on source data from Statistics Ca
           Policy Simulation Database, National Accounts Analytical Studies Branch, and Global Footprint Network / Interna
           Note: The ecological Footprints by education illustrate the global hectares consumed per person for the individua
           highest income in each household disaggregated by that person‘s level of formal educational attainment. Global
 source data from Statistics Canada‘s Social
obal Footprint Network / International Institute for Sus
med per person for the individual with the
educational attainment. Global hectares are an area
Table 051-0001 - Estimates of population, by age group and sex, Canada, provinces and territories, annual (persons)
Survey or program details:
Estimates of Population by Age and Sex for Canada, Provinces and Territories - 3604

Geography         Canada        Newfoundland         Prince       Nova         New Brunswick Quebec
                                and Labrador         Edward       Scotia
                                                     Island

Sex               Both sexes Both sexes              Both sexes Both sexes Both sexes               Both sexes

Age Group         All ages      All ages             All ages     All ages     All ages             All ages
(Persons) (5,6)
          1971     21,961,999              530,851      112,591      797,291              642,469     6,137,306
          1972     22,218,475              539,125      113,461      802,257              648,770     6,174,216
          1973     22,491,757              545,560      114,620      812,384              656,719     6,213,149
          1974     22,807,918              549,599      115,961      818,745              664,741     6,268,572
          1975     23,143,192              556,488      117,723      826,540              677,003     6,330,304
          1976     23,449,791              562,640      118,647      835,172              689,494     6,396,767
          1977     23,725,921              565,300      120,031      839,728              695,782     6,431,717
          1978     23,963,370              567,700      121,714      844,549              699,534     6,440,203
          1979     24,201,801              570,124      122,998      849,219              703,182     6,466,439
          1980     24,516,071              572,891      123,726      852,860              706,078     6,507,000
          1981     24,820,393              574,775      123,741      854,646              706,325     6,547,705
          1982     25,117,442              574,597      123,859      859,965              708,230     6,579,290
          1983     25,366,969              579,581      125,446      869,155              715,358     6,602,318
          1984     25,607,651              580,181      126,614      877,150              721,020     6,631,212
          1985     25,842,736              579,297      127,664      885,094              723,693     6,665,702
          1986     26,101,155              576,495      128,413      889,326              725,154     6,708,468
          1987     26,448,855              575,158      128,573      893,457              727,880     6,782,537
          1988     26,795,383              574,989      129,279      897,386              730,358     6,839,030
          1989     27,281,795              576,388      130,077      903,852              735,222     6,928,690
          1990     27,697,530              578,037      130,539      909,637              740,120     7,003,876
          1991     28,031,394              579,518      130,306      915,102              745,528     7,064,586
          1992     28,366,737              580,029      130,778      919,571              748,103     7,108,000
          1993     28,681,676              579,939      132,142      924,029              748,812     7,155,273
          1994     28,999,006              574,469      133,416      926,959              750,203     7,191,884
          1995     29,302,091              567,442      134,407      928,193              750,979     7,219,446
          1996     29,610,757              559,807      135,751      931,413              752,312     7,246,896
          1997     29,907,172              551,011      136,109      932,481              752,543     7,274,630
          1998     30,157,082              539,932      135,819      931,907              750,551     7,295,973
          1999     30,403,878              533,409      136,296      933,847              750,611     7,323,308
          2000     30,689,035              528,043      136,486      933,881              750,518     7,357,029
          2001     31,021,251              521,986      136,672      932,389              749,890     7,396,990
          2002     31,372,587              519,449      136,934      934,507              750,327     7,445,745
          2003     31,676,077              518,428      137,325      936,513              751,222     7,494,690
          2004     31,995,199              517,303      137,862      937,960              752,040     7,548,984
          2005     32,312,077              514,144      138,188      935,990              751,319     7,598,034
          2006     32,649,482              509,940      138,027      935,050              749,225     7,651,033
          2007     32,976,026              506,275      138,627      934,147              749,782     7,700,807

Source: Statistics Canada
Footnotes
1   Postcensal estimates are based on the latest census results adjusted for net census undercoverage and for th
2   Estimates are revised intercensal from 1971 to 1995; final intercensal from 1996 to 2000; final postcensal for
3   Population estimates for Northwest Territories and Nunavut are provided separately from July 1991.
4   Prior to July 1991, only estimates of population for Northwest Territories and Nunavut combined are available.
5   Age at last birthday in years.
6   Population estimates for persons aged 90 to 100 years and over will be available in October 2008.
tories, annual (persons)




             Ontario       Manitoba      Saskatchewan           Alberta       British       YukonNorthwest
                                                                              Columbia           Territories
                                                                                            Territory
                                                                                                 including
                                                                                                 Nunavut
             Both sexes Both sexes Both sexes                   Both sexes Both sexes Both sexes Both sexes

             All ages      All ages      All ages               All ages      All ages      All ages      All ages

               7,849,002       998,874                932,037     1,665,717     2,240,472        18,991         36,398
               7,963,125     1,001,653                920,780     1,694,090     2,302,085        20,142         38,771
               8,075,533     1,007,356                911,936     1,725,327     2,367,272        21,148         40,753
               8,204,240     1,018,202                908,455     1,754,622     2,442,581        21,069         41,131
               8,319,738     1,024,969                917,411     1,808,690     2,499,569        21,908         42,849
               8,413,806     1,031,763                931,619     1,869,301     2,533,791        22,469         44,322
               8,505,692     1,038,008                944,801     1,947,657     2,569,702        22,838         44,665
               8,591,725     1,041,243                951,918     2,021,771     2,613,998        23,741         45,274
               8,662,661     1,037,389                959,519     2,097,565     2,662,990        23,990         45,725
               8,745,256     1,034,646                967,356     2,192,409     2,743,224        24,320         46,305
               8,811,312     1,036,433                975,867     2,294,198     2,823,933        23,903         47,555
               8,922,284     1,046,780                987,274     2,368,258     2,872,920        24,470         49,515
               9,041,672     1,061,075              1,001,872     2,390,376     2,905,476        23,616         51,024
               9,171,902     1,071,865              1,015,494     2,390,102     2,945,635        23,912         52,564
               9,297,550     1,082,270              1,025,469     2,402,956     2,974,277        24,362         54,402
               9,438,132     1,091,682              1,029,270     2,430,935     3,004,104        24,479         54,697
               9,644,258     1,098,024              1,032,745     2,435,326     3,050,160        25,700         55,037
               9,842,215     1,102,035              1,028,012     2,454,427     3,115,357        26,608         55,687
              10,107,519     1,103,560              1,019,222     2,495,247     3,197,880        27,111         57,027
              10,297,875     1,105,668              1,007,114     2,547,166     3,290,814        27,774         58,910
              10,428,132     1,109,614              1,002,686     2,592,626     3,373,464        28,907         60,930
              10,569,806     1,112,696              1,003,956     2,632,907     3,468,445        30,112         62,412
              10,688,391     1,117,621              1,006,854     2,667,448     3,567,406        30,357         63,549
              10,818,251     1,123,229              1,009,521     2,700,682     3,675,699        29,695         65,157
              10,949,976     1,129,146              1,014,126     2,734,515     3,777,004        30,445         66,575
              11,083,052     1,134,188              1,019,100     2,775,163     3,874,276        31,383         67,570
              11,228,284     1,136,137              1,018,067     2,830,056     3,948,544        31,791         67,787
              11,367,018     1,137,515              1,017,506     2,899,452     3,983,077        31,142         67,338
              11,506,359     1,142,491              1,014,707     2,953,255     4,011,342        30,777
              11,685,380     1,147,373              1,007,767     3,004,940     4,039,198        30,421
              11,897,647     1,151,285              1,000,134     3,056,739     4,078,447        30,129
              12,102,045     1,155,584                995,886     3,116,332     4,115,413        30,137
              12,262,560     1,161,896                994,732     3,161,371     4,155,370        30,574
              12,420,289     1,170,555                994,898     3,208,173     4,203,807        30,875
              12,565,446     1,174,150                990,044     3,280,728     4,260,246        31,051
              12,705,328     1,178,492                987,520     3,370,600     4,320,255        31,211
              12,803,861     1,186,679                996,869     3,473,984     4,380,256        30,989
t census undercoverage and for the estimated population growth that occurred since that census. Intercensal estimates are based on
1996 to 2000; final postcensal for 2001 and 2002; updated postcensal for 2003 and 2004 and preliminary postcensal for 2005.
parately from July 1991.
 Nunavut combined are available.

lable in October 2008.
Northwest       Nunavut
Territories


Both sexes      Both sexes

All ages        All ages




       38,746        22,179
       39,431        22,903
       39,829        23,575
       40,580        24,418
       41,427        24,985
       41,748        25,668
       41,635        25,884
       40,816        26,374
       40,654        26,822
       40,499        27,500
       40,822        28,121
       41,489        28,739
       42,231        29,165
       42,822        29,631
       42,724        30,013
       42,401        30,400
       42,637        31,113
ercensal estimates are based on
nary postcensal for 2005.
           Table TU-1a - Formal volunteer service hours per capita, Canada and provinces
Contents     Year     Canada       NL         PE        NS          NB       QC        ON                   MB
                2000       34.2      53.2       53.3      50.1        43.7     24.5      33.6                38.1


           Source: Statistics Canada National Survey of Giving, Volunteering and Participating, 2000.
           Note: Volunteer service hours per capita are calculated by dividing total volunteer hours by the population.
                  SK       AB       BC
                    48.6     42.2     35.1



the population.
           Table TU - 1b - Distribution of volunteers and percentage of total volunteer hours contributed, by annual hou
Contents     Hours     Percentage of volunteers   Percentage of total volunteer hours
             1 - 60                           50                                      7
            61 - 179                          25                                    16
           180 - 416                          15                                    24
             417 +                            10                                    52

           Source: Hall, Michael, David Lasby, Glenn Gumulka, and Catherine Tryon. 2006. Caring Canadians, Involved Canad
ontributed, by annual hours volunteered, volunteers aged 15 and older, Canada, 2004




Canadians, Involved Canadians: Highlights from the 2004 Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering and Participating. Statistics Canada. Minist
Statistics Canada. Minister of Industry. Ottawa. Figure 2
           Table TU-1c - Volunteer rate and percentage of total volunteer hours, by selected organization type, populat
Contents
            Selected Organization Type         Volunteer Rate        Volunteer Hours
           Sports and recreation                                11                     18
           Social services                                      11                     17
           Education and research                               11                     11
           Religion                                             10                     16
           Health                                                6                      4
           Development and housing                               5                      6
           Arts and culture                                      3                      4
           Laws, advocacy and politics                           2                      4
           Environment                                           2                      3
           Hospitals                                             2                      3
           Business and professional                             2                      2

           Source: Hall, Michael, David Lasby, Glenn Gumulka, and Catherine Tryon. 2006. Caring Canadians, Involved Canadians: High
organization type, population age 15 and older, Canada, 2004




ians, Involved Canadians: Highlights from the 2004 Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering and Participating. Statistics Canada. Minister of Industry. Ott
a. Minister of Industry. Ottawa. Figure 2
           Table TU-1d - Volunteer rate and average annual volunteer hours, by selected characteristics, Canada and N
Contents                                              Canada                                        Nova Scotia
                                          Volunteer           Average Annual             Volunteer
                                           Rate (%)                 hrs.                  Rate (%)
           AGE
           15 to 24                          55                     139                     54
           25 to 34                          42                     137                     42
           35 to 44                          51                     152                     61
           45 to 54                          47                     177                     47
           55 to 64                          42                     202                     49
           65 and older                      32                     245                     35
           GENDER
           Male                              44                     168                     45
           Female                            47                     168                     51
           EDUCATION
           Less than high school             37                     140                     36
           Graduated from high               42                     161                     48
           school
           Some postsecondary                50                     166                     48
           Postsecondary diploma             47                     172                     52
           University degree                 59                     180                     68
           LABOUR FORCE
           STATUS
           Employed                          50                     152                     55
           Unemployed                        42                     235                      F
           Not in the labour force           43                     199                     45
           HOUSEHOLD INCOME
           Less than $20,000                 30                     177                     29
           $20,000 to $39,000                37                     175                     42
           $40,000 to $59,000                45                     184                     51
           $60,000 to $79,000                48                     168                     55
           $80,000 to $99,000                51                     151                     61
           $100,000 or more                  60                     155                     66
           PRESENCE OF
           CHILDREN
           No children in household          40                     191                     42

           Pre-school aged children            43                        125                        42
           only
           Both pre-school and                 53                        141                        56
           school-aged children
           School aged children                59                        142                        66
           only

           Source: Hall, Michael, David Lasby, Glenn Gumulka, and Catherine Tryon. 2006. Caring Canadians, Involved Canad

           Notes:
                    ·   Pre-school aged is defined as 0 to 5 years of age, while school aged is defined as 6 to 17
                    ·   F means that results were too unreliable to be published due to high sampling variability; E denotes tha
teristics, Canada and Nova Scotia, 2004
      Nova Scotia
                Average Annual
                      hrs.

                      177E
                      158E
                       171
                       206
                       230
                       258

                       199
                       191

                      143E
                       190

                      124E
                       200
                       245


                       175
                        F
                       240

                      184E
                       225
                       178
                       174
                      214E
                      191E


                       222

                      111E

                       111

                       179


nadians, Involved Canadians: Highlights from the 2004 Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering and Participating. Statistics Canada. Minister



variability; E denotes that data should be used with caution because the coefficient of variation is high (16.6% to 33.3%).
ating. Statistics Canada. Minister of Industry. Ottawa. Tables 2



6% to 33.3%).
           Table TU-1e - Formal volunteer rate, volunteer hours, and volunteer hours per capita, population age 15 and
Contents                     Number of volunteers       volunteer rate total annual    Average
                                  (thousands)                (%)         volunteer   annual hours
                                                                           hours     per volunteer
                                                                         (millions)

           CAN                                    11,809              45           2,000            168
           NL                                        187              42            35.1            188
           PE                                         54              47              8.8           163
           NS                                        377              48            73.5            195
           NB                                        273              44            50.6            185
           QC                                      2,114              34           308.6            146
           ON                                      5,075              50           819.7            162
           MB                                        459              50            71.3            155
           SK                                        428              54            80.6            188
           AB                                      1,227              48           214.5            175
           BC                                      1,580              45           314.9            199
           YT, NT & NU                                35              50              5.8           162

           Source: Statistics Canada. Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering and Participating, 2004; Canadian Council on Soc
           Demographics of the Canadian Population: Population. Available from http://www.ccsd.ca/factsheets/demographics.
           Notes: Average annual volunteer hours are calculated for volunteers only; Provincial estimates may not add up to Ca
           Volunteer hours per capita are calculated by dividing the total annual volunteer hours by the total populatio
 capita, population age 15 and older, Canada, provinces, and territories, 2004
              Volunteer
              hours per
                capita



                       62.7
                       67.9
                       64.2
                       78.4
                       67.3
                       40.9
                       66.1
                       60.9
                         81
                         67
                         75
                         56

 , 2004; Canadian Council on Social Development.
csd.ca/factsheets/demographics. Original popu
 l estimates may not add up to Canadian totals due to rounding.
 s by the total populatio
           Table TU-1f - Rate of helping others directly (informal voluntary work), population age 15 and older, by prov
Contents              Province              %
           Nunavut                          89
           Northwest Territories            86
           Yukon                            76
           British Columbia                 78
           Alberta                          81
           Saskatchewan                     81
           Manitoba                         83
           Ontario                          86
           Quebec                           83
           New Brunswick                    82
           Nova Scotia                      85
           Prince Edward Island             86
           Newfoundland and Labrador        85
           Canada                           83

           Source: Hall, Michael, David Lasby, Glenn Gumulka, and Catherine Tryon. 2006. Caring Canadians, Involved Canad
           Highlights from the 2004 Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering and Participating. Statistics Canada. Minister of Ind
 age 15 and older, by province and territory, 2004




 Canadians, Involved Canadians:
stics Canada. Minister of Industry. Ottawa. p. 48.
           Table TU-1g - Civic and voluntary work, average hours per year, total population, 15 years and older, Canada
Contents             Province          1992       1998      2005
           Newfoundland & Labrador         176        170      128
           Prince Edward Island            122        146      140
           Nova Scotia                     176        183      144
           New Brunswick                   170        158      156
           Quebec                          146        134      121
           Ontario                         128        116      124
           Manitoba                        134        122      142
           Saskatchewan                    164        128      155
           Alberta                         146        128      129
           British Columbia                140        140      125
           Canada                          140        128      127

           Source: Statistics Canada. 1992, 1998, 2005 General Social Surveys.
n, 15 years and older, Canada and provinces, 1992, 1998, and 2005
           Table TU-1h - Civic and voluntary work, average hours per year, participants, 15 years and older, Canada an
Contents            Province           1998      2005
           Nova Scotia                    712        753
           New Brunswick                  633        802
           British Columbia               694        867
           Alberta                        754        856
           Quebec                         650       1003
           Ontario                        742        841
           Prince Edward Island           706        773
           Newfoundland & Labrador        712        713
           Saskatchewan                   687        962
           Manitoba                       694        862
           Canada                         699        875

           Source: Statistics Canada. 1992, 1998, 2005 General Social Surveys.
15 years and older, Canada and provinces, 1998 and 2005
           Table TU-1i - Value of voluntary work compared to selected annual industry payrolls, Canada, 2004 ($2007)
Contents                     Industry Payroll               $ billions
           Voluntary Work                                          66.3
           Construction                                            30.1
           Transportation                                          26.2
           Educational Services                                    42.4
           Health Care and Social Services                         48.8
           Professional, scientific, and technical services        32.4
           Arts, entertainment, and recreation                      5.2

           Sources: Statistics Canada. Survey of Employment, Payrolls and Hours. Table 281-0025; The Daily.
           Employment, earnings and hours. November 29, 2004. Available from http://www.statcan.ca/Daily/English/041129/d0
           Note: Voluntary work in Figure 7 above includes both formal and informal voluntary work. Data for voluntary work are
yrolls, Canada, 2004 ($2007)




025; The Daily.
can.ca/Daily/English/041129/d041129c.htm. Accessed July 2, 2008; Statistics C
ork. Data for voluntary work are for 2005 from the GSS.
           Table TU-2a - Average time spent on paid work and unpaid household work in dual-earner families, 1992 and
Contents                      Time per day (hours)   Time per week (hours)
                               1992         2005       1992        2005


           PAID WORK:
           Husband                    6.3          6.6         44.1         46.2
           Wife                       5.2          5.6         36.4         39.2
           HOUSEWORK:
           Husband                    1.3          1.4          9.1          9.8
           Wife                       2.4          2.2         16.8         15.4
           TOTAL WORK:
           Both                     15.3         15.8        107.1         110.6
           Husband                   7.7          7.9         53.9          55.3
           Wife                      7.6          7.8         53.2          54.6

           Source: Marshall, Katherine. Converging Gender Roles. Perspectives. July, 2006. Volume 7, no. 7. Statistics Canada
           Catalogue no. 75-001-XIE. Available from http://www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/75-001-XIE/10706/art-1.pdf. Access
           Note: Figures may not add up due to rounding. Average time spent is averaged over a 7 day week.
n dual-earner families, 1992 and 2005




Volume 7, no. 7. Statistics Canada.
 -001-XIE/10706/art-1.pdf. Accessed July 8, 2008, Table 2,
er a 7 day week.
           Table TU-2b - Total average time spent on paid work and unpaid household work in full-time employed dual
Contents                                              Paid work (hours/day)          Unpaid housework (hours/day)



                                                      Husband              Wife             Husband
           Dual-earners with school-aged                        6.8                5.7                 1.5
           children
           Dual-earners with no children under                  6.4                5.7                 1.2
           19 at home

           Dual-earners both working full-time                  6.6                5.9                 1.4



           Source: Marshall, Katherine. Converging Gender Roles. Perspectives. July, 2006. Volume 7, no. 7. Statistics Canada
           Catalogue no. 75-001-XIE. Available from http://www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/75-001-XIE/10706/art-1.pdf. Access
k in full-time employed dual-earner couples, Canada, 2005
paid housework (hours/day)       Total paid and unpaid work /day             Total hours/week



                   Wife              Husband              Wife           Husband            Wife
                            2.5                8.3                 8.2             58.1            57.4

                            1.9                7.6                 7.6             53.2            53.2


                            2.1                  8                 8.1              56             56.7



ume 7, no. 7. Statistics Canada.
 1-XIE/10706/art-1.pdf. Accessed July 8, 2008, Table 3,
           Table 2c - Weekly paid and unpaid work hours of full-time dual-earner parents, aged 25-44, Canada, 1992 an
Contents                             1992                          1998
                              Hours       Total work      Hours         Total work
                           work/week        hours       work/week         hours
             Paid work,        46.6          68.9          48.6            71.4
              fathers

           Unpaid work,         22.3                            22.8
             fathers
            Paid work,          36.8            70.7            38.8            73.2
             mothers
           Unpaid work,         33.9                            34.4
             mothers



           Source: Statistics Canada. The Daily. November 9, 1999. General Social Survey: Time Use.
           Available from http://www.statcan.ca/Daily/English/991109/d991109a.htm. Accessed July 3, 2008.
           Note: Unpaid work includes household work, childcare, shopping, helping others, volunteering, and civic activities.
           Paid work hours are for parents who both work full-time, and are therefore higher than the total paid hours when par
25-44, Canada, 1992 and 1998




 ing, and civic activities.
total paid hours when part-time employed parents
           Table TU-2d - Share of population indicating high time stress, Nova Scotia and Canada, 1998 and 2005
                          GSS 1998 (%) GSS 2005 (%)
Contents
           Male:
           Nova Scotia              14.7           13.4
           Canada                   15.3           13.9
           Female:
           Nova Scotia              17.4           22.7
           Canada                   19.4           18.6
           Total:
           Nova Scotia              16.2           18.3
           Canada                   18.6           16.4


           Source: Statistics Canada. 1998 and 2005 General Social Surveys.
nd Canada, 1998 and 2005
           Table TU-2e - Time stressed population by gender and role group, aged 25-44, Canada, 1998
Contents                                                         Men (%)                Women (%)
           Employed full-time, lone parent                                     --                    38
           Employed full-time, married parent                                     26                        38
           Employed part-time, married parent                                      --                       22
           Not employed or a student, married parent                               --                       26
           Employed full-time, unmarried non-parent                               26                        20


           Source: Statistics Canada. The Daily. General Social Survey, Time Use. November 9, 1999.
           Available from http://www.statcan.ca/Daily/English/991109/d991109a.htm. Accessed July 4, 2008.
           Note: -- means amount too small to be expressed
           Table TU-3a - Labour force estimate by provinces, size of labour force, territories and economic regions, an
Contents                              Year                           1987       1988         1989
           Canada                                                      13526 13779.1           14057
           Newfoundland and Labrador                                    231.6     238.2         244.1
           1010 - Avalon Peninsula                                      109.7     114.2         114.1
           1020 - South Coast - Burin Peninsula                          20.6         20          21.3
           1030 - West Coast - Northern Peninsula - Labrador             55.4       53.8          54.8
           1040 - Notre Dame - Central Bonavista Bay                     45.8       50.3          53.9
           Prince Edward Island                                          60.9       62.2          63.7
           Nova Scotia                                                  408.1        416        423.3
           1210 - Cape Breton                                            68.3       66.3          64.9
           1220 - North Shore                                            68.5       69.2          72.7
           1230 - Annapolis Valley                                       50.6       52.2          53.6
           1240 - Southern                                               51.7       56.6          56.6
           1250 - Halifax                                                 169     171.7         175.4
           New Brunswick                                                  323     329.8         337.6
           1310 - Campbellton - Miramichi                                71.1       71.9          74.6
           1320 - Moncton - Richibucto                                     81       81.6          83.2
           1330 - Saint John - St. Stephen                               79.8       83.4          83.6
           1340 - Fredericton - Oromocto                                 54.9       55.3          58.3
           1350 - Edmundston - Woodstock                                 36.2       37.6          37.9
           Quebec                                                     3363.9     3404.6       3461.2
           2410 - Gaspésie - Îles-de-la-Madeleine                        42.6       44.6          44.7
           2415 - Bas-Saint-Laurent                                      91.5       91.8          85.8
           2420 - Capitale-Nationale                                    288.4     290.5         300.1
           2425 - Chaudière-Appalaches                                  172.3     181.2         181.8
           2430 - Estrie                                                126.3     128.6         136.6
           2433 - Centre-du-Québec                                       95.4       92.6          97.5
           2435 - Montérégie                                            592.1     593.9         624.5
           2440 - Montréal                                              974.9     958.9         953.3
           2445 - Laval                                                 159.3     170.6         168.6
           2450 - Lanaudière                                            141.4     147.9         159.2
           2455 - Laurentides                                           168.6        174        183.2
           2460 - Outaouais                                             140.6     147.9         145.1
           2465 - Abitibi-Témiscamingue                                    65       69.3          73.8
           2470 - Mauricie                                              123.8     126.9         124.1
           2475 - Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean                             124.2     123.2         120.5
           2480 & 2490 - Côte-Nord & Nord-du-Québec                      57.4       62.4          62.2
           Ontario                                                    5213.6     5352.5          5473
           3510 - Ottawa                                                517.1     537.5         539.3
           3515 - Kingston - Pembroke                                   190.4     193.3         191.9
           3520 - Muskoka - Kawarthas                                   142.2        149        143.6
           3530 - Toronto                                             2256.8     2290.5       2355.9
           3540 - Kitchener - Waterloo - Barrie                         423.8        452        476.4
           3550 - Hamilton - Niagara Peninsula                          607.8     622.6         630.7
           3560 - London                                                277.3     281.2         291.2
           3570 - Windsor - Sarnia                                      287.9     299.6         304.4
           3580 - Stratford - Bruce Peninsula                           130.9     140.2            147
           3590 - Northeast                                             263.3     266.5         273.8
           3595 - Northwest                                             116.2        120        118.9
           Manitoba                                                     545.9     548.7         554.1
           4610 - Southeast                                                38       38.4          39.8
4620 - South Central                                            23.9           24          24.5
4630 - Southwest                                                55.2         53.4          52.2
4640 - North Central                                            19.9         21.1          20.7
4650 - Winnipeg                                                327.2        329.7        334.5
4660 - Interlake                                                  36         36.8          36.5
4670 & 680 - Parklands & North                                  45.6         45.3          45.8
Saskatchewan                                                   498.5        499.5        492.6
4710 - Regina - Moose Mountain                                 146.2          146        146.3
4720 - Swift Current - Moose Jaw                                60.2         60.7          57.4
4730 - Saskatoon - Biggar                                      142.6        143.6        143.6
4740 - Yorkton - Melville                                       48.4         49.7          48.4
4750 & 4760 - Prince Albert & Northern                           101         99.5          96.9
Alberta                                                       1313.8       1328.9         1348
4810 - Lethbridge - Medicine Hat                               100.8        104.6        106.6
4820 - Camrose - Drumheller                                     84.5         86.7            85
4830 - Calgary                                                 427.6          436        445.5
4840 - Banff - Jasper - Rocky Mountain House                    34.3         33.5          34.6
4850 - Red Deer                                                 66.5         66.8          65.3
4860 - Edmonton                                                467.9        467.9        471.7
4870 - Athabasca - Grande Prairie - Peace River                 90.5         91.5          94.8
4880 - Wood Buffalo - Cold Lake                                 41.7         41.8          44.6
British Columbia                                              1566.8       1598.8       1659.3
5910 - Vancouver Island and Coast                         -            -            -
5920 - Lower Mainland - Southwest                         -            -            -
5930 - Thompson - Okanagan                                -            -            -
5940 - Kootenay                                           -            -            -
5950 - Cariboo                                            -            -            -
5960 & 5970 - North Coast & Nechako                       -            -            -
5980 - Northeast                                          -            -            -
Yukon Territory                                           -            -            -
Northwest Territories                                     -            -            -
Nunavut                                                   -            -            -


Source: Statistics Canada. 2008. Labour Force Historical Review. Minister of Industry. Ottawa.
Note: Number of civilian, non-institutionalized persons 15 years of age and over who, during the reference week, we
tories and economic regions, annual average
              1990      1991      1992      1993       1994      1995      1996      1997      1998
              14244.6 14336.3 14336.1         14435    14573.7   14689.2   14853.5   15079.1   15316.3
                249.2     249.7      243.6     242.5     241.8     237.1     231.7     230.9     234.3
                119.1     120.4      115.6     116.6     116.8     118.9     116.8     116.9     118.9
                  22.3     21.5        21.7     21.3      19.6        19      17.6      16.5      16.8
                  53.6     54.4        52.9     50.8      53.1      50.6        50      49.3      49.8
                  54.1     53.4        53.4     53.9      52.4      48.7      47.3      48.2      48.8
                  64.4     64.1        65.3     65.7      66.8      67.1      68.9      69.4      69.2
                431.4       433      424.6     427.9     430.7     427.9     430.1     435.1     441.8
                  64.6     62.3        63.2     62.8      66.1      65.6      64.1      64.1      64.4
                  73.1     74.2        73.7     74.6      73.2      71.3      74.5      73.6        75
                    55     55.9        53.4     53.9      54.5      55.7      54.3      54.5      54.5
                  58.5     59.1        58.9     56.3      56.5      54.7      54.6      56.9      57.7
                180.1     181.5      175.4     180.2     180.5     180.7     182.6     185.9     190.3
                341.5     338.2      341.3     343.2     341.4     347.2     345.5     354.1     359.1
                    76     71.7        71.1     72.5      72.8      75.3      74.4      80.8      79.2
                  84.4     84.8        88.1       88      86.4      90.8      92.9      91.7      92.4
                  84.9     86.9          86     87.7      85.2      84.7      81.5      82.1      84.5
                  59.6     59.7          60     58.2      58.4      58.2      59.7      60.4      62.1
                  36.6     35.1        36.2     36.7      38.7      38.1        37      39.1      40.9
               3505.4    3510.9       3481   3493.7     3529.9    3540.9    3551.7    3582.3    3631.5
                  40.2     38.7        37.2     39.2      40.4      39.3      38.5      43.1      41.2
                  89.9       95        92.3     90.1      93.3      94.8        95      96.2      91.5
                315.4       316      312.6     304.9     321.2     309.8     320.2     310.4     320.5
                184.7     184.9      186.2     184.8     189.2     191.7     192.5     197.9     194.4
                   135    132.7      128.4     130.2     131.9     139.1     135.4     135.7     138.6
                  98.2       94         101    102.8       106     107.3     103.5     105.7     110.3
                649.7     641.5      627.2     645.2     647.8     660.1     662.5     666.3     680.9
                934.7     924.7      904.9       895     897.3     877.6     879.6     871.4     899.1
                162.7     169.9      171.1       174     166.9     179.7     171.8     187.8     178.8
                162.2     165.6         170    172.2     174.9       180     186.1     193.8     194.1
                   193    199.6      209.6     210.7     220.6     216.2     225.9       227     235.7
                154.3     160.9      161.2     161.5     162.1     159.7     158.9     157.5     159.1
                  69.7     70.5          69     68.7      71.5      73.7      72.9      75.9      73.7
                121.9     123.1      122.7     127.8     124.3     120.5       118     121.6     122.3
                127.8     128.6      126.6     125.9     120.7     129.2     129.1     131.3     132.4
                    66     64.9          61     60.6      61.9      62.3      61.6      60.8      58.8
               5535.7    5546.6    5528.9    5543.5     5548.2    5589.1    5680.2    5776.4    5877.2
                547.9     553.6      552.6     546.4       562     552.2     553.7     564.7     576.8
                195.3     200.1      199.5       204     202.5     196.5     189.8     195.6       203
                147.6     151.4      154.6     151.5     150.1     159.4     161.5     162.3     159.4
                 2372    2355.9    2365.8    2370.5     2346.3    2410.2    2463.9    2538.7    2590.4
                481.3     495.6      499.3     503.7     511.1     508.1     517.5     534.1     547.7
                654.5     643.8      627.4       618     621.4     621.4     633.5     633.2     648.9
                297.6     306.1         302    310.8       311     307.1     304.6     306.2     304.5
                294.4     295.3      296.1     299.4     302.2     296.3     306.9     302.7     309.4
                144.9     147.7         147    148.9     153.6     137.7     149.9     154.3     148.9
                280.2     277.8      268.4     271.5     267.9     275.9     276.8     268.9     273.3
                   120    119.3      116.1     118.9       120     124.2       122     115.7     114.9
                554.6     554.5         551    555.6     556.3     556.9       558     562.1     565.8
                  41.8     40.6        40.4     42.3      41.5      41.2      42.3      42.9      43.1
                    23.5         23.6         22.6         22.8         23.8         24.1         24.2         25.3         24.8
                      51         50.8           52         52.6         50.9         52.9         54.8         53.9         51.9
                    21.2         20.7         20.3         21.3         22.4         21.8         21.7         21.1         21.6
                  331.9         334.2        330.5        333.2        330.8        333.9          332        331.5        336.8
                    37.9         38.3         39.6         38.2         40.5         39.7         39.3         41.5         43.1
                    47.3         46.5         45.6         45.2         46.3         43.2         43.7         45.9         44.5
                  488.6         489.3        486.8        489.1          488        491.1        489.6        495.7        499.5
                     146        146.8        144.5          147        146.9        146.7        146.4        147.3        150.9
                    58.2         56.3           54         56.5         55.6         57.3         56.1         55.8         56.1
                  142.3         142.4        143.1        141.4        141.6        144.6        146.9        148.8        151.1
                    45.5         45.5         45.9         45.9         45.9         44.5         43.6         44.4         42.6
                    96.7         98.4         99.3         98.4         97.9           98         96.5         99.4         98.8
                 1370.9        1399.3       1413.9       1425.9       1452.2       1480.8       1509.4       1542.6       1599.6
                  103.5         106.7        108.7        111.4        117.2        117.4        117.6        116.4        120.8
                    86.5           90         89.4         92.4         94.6         92.6         94.8         92.3         96.1
                  451.6         459.4        463.3        469.5          476        493.8        515.4          532        562.6
                    37.4         39.8         40.8         41.9         42.8         43.6         46.2         46.5         47.5
                    69.4           68         69.1           69         71.6         74.2         74.6         77.1         84.1
                  476.5         487.9        495.5        490.2        496.8        502.4        497.8        517.8          525
                    99.7        100.8         99.7        103.7        108.2        112.8        115.3        110.8        114.4
                    46.3         46.7         47.4         47.9         44.8         44.1         47.8         49.6         48.9
                   1703        1750.8       1799.8       1847.8       1918.4       1950.9       1988.4       2030.6       2038.3
             -             -            -            -            -                 337.8        340.9        352.6        349.4
             -             -            -            -            -                1145.2       1166.7       1197.1       1201.5
             -             -            -            -            -                 216.2        223.8        224.9          226
             -             -            -            -            -                  75.7         72.1           72         79.4
             -             -            -            -            -                  87.9         94.3         92.4         96.7
             -             -            -            -            -                  53.3         55.9         56.9         52.4
             -             -            -            -            -                  34.8         34.8         34.7         32.9
             -             -                  14.7         14.7         14.4           15         15.9         16.1         15.7
             -             -            -            -            -            -            -            -            -
             -             -            -            -            -            -            -            -            -


ustry. Ottawa.
who, during the reference week, were employed or unemployed. Estimates in thousands, rounded to the nearest hundred.
1999      2000       2001       2002      2003      2004      2005      2006      2007
15588.3     15847    16109.8    16579.3   16958.5   17182.3   17342.6   17592.8   17945.8
  241.9      237.8     242.7      248.5     254.1     254.3     252.5     253.1     251.2
  119.7      120.5     123.4        126     129.7     128.5     129.7     132.2     131.7
   19.9       19.8         20      19.4      18.6        20      17.6      18.2      16.8
   50.9       50.2       52.6      52.4      54.7      53.3      52.6      52.7      52.2
   51.5       47.4       46.7      50.8      51.1      52.5      52.7        50      50.5
   70.4       71.3       72.3      73.5      74.3      75.4      76.5      77.1      77.3
  446.8      452.8        460     467.7     474.6       485     483.9       480     486.7
   61.8       61.4       63.4      61.6      61.3      61.6      64.8      63.3      62.6
   74.7       76.9       76.2      76.8      79.9      80.6      80.9      80.5      78.5
   56.4         56       58.8      61.1      60.6      63.7      61.9        60      63.7
     60       57.7       57.9        62      63.5      63.8      61.4      60.5      61.9
  193.8      200.9     203.7      206.2     209.3     215.3     214.9     215.7       220
  362.4        368     371.5        382     382.4       388     388.2     389.6     392.4
   77.2       78.4       79.8      78.3      76.4      79.7      79.6      78.9      79.5
   94.9       97.3        100     104.2     105.2     106.7     106.9     106.3     106.4
   85.9       87.5       85.8        90      89.7      89.6      89.4        90      92.1
   63.2       62.8         64      65.9      67.9      68.8      69.3      69.7      71.8
   41.3       41.9       41.9      43.6      43.2      43.2      43.1      44.7      42.6
 3670.5    3717.5     3771.1     3907.7    3992.8    4024.1    4052.7    4094.2    4150.1
   41.7       41.8       40.6      42.9      42.7      41.2      40.7      40.9      42.3
   95.8       90.3       98.1        92      97.6     103.6      98.8       101      99.2
  315.5      320.5     331.2      348.9     353.4       353     367.9     365.2       372
  192.6      198.6     202.7        212     217.2     219.9     220.4     219.8     219.8
  143.3      147.5     146.4      152.9     158.5     155.3     155.8     159.2     160.7
  104.8      109.2     109.1      113.8       118     119.8     122.7     124.2     124.8
    692      702.1        698     739.8       739     739.8     730.7     750.6     755.5
  909.1      923.1     959.4      983.7    1011.1    1011.1    1031.1    1045.5    1038.6
  178.2      181.8     183.2        191     194.7     196.8     197.4     200.8       214
  198.3      196.1     195.1      213.5     220.9     224.2     228.8     227.4       236
  240.9      246.3     248.6      252.1     261.4     276.1     273.4     270.5     291.7
  161.8      167.5     171.9        173     182.2       185     192.6     197.7     200.2
   74.7       74.8       71.5      71.5      72.4      73.7      71.2      73.8      73.7
  122.6      122.1        122     126.2     129.4     126.1       129     123.6     128.7
  136.4      135.8     135.2      133.6     136.7     137.9     134.2     137.7     139.3
   62.9         60         58      60.8      57.5      60.8      58.1      56.2      53.8
 6018.2    6172.7       6327     6493.7    6676.2    6775.4    6849.1    6927.3    7043.5
  591.6      607.5     631.8      642.4     663.1       657     668.8     678.7     693.2
  213.6      198.7     206.5      214.7     212.4     217.3     218.5     215.6       226
  167.6        169     162.3      165.1     183.7     188.4     182.6     192.8     192.9
 2642.9    2731.1     2844.8     2937.1    3027.7    3081.2    3131.2    3155.4    3238.6
  572.3      581.5     591.6      613.9     631.4       643     672.1     688.7     693.3
  652.1      688.5     695.1      703.6     726.9     734.6     732.6     738.7     749.8
  319.2      326.4     324.6      330.7     339.5     350.2     349.5     351.5     354.8
  313.2      320.2     325.6      330.9     331.2     334.1     340.6     351.9     341.1
  154.5      157.7     154.8      158.4     159.8     171.5     161.7       165     161.6
    273      272.9     273.7        276     276.2     277.7     275.7     275.5     277.7
  118.3      119.2     116.1      120.9     124.5     120.6     115.7     113.4     114.4
  573.7      581.1     583.7      597.8     600.3     608.9     609.4     613.5     623.9
   46.3       46.8       45.7        48      50.8      51.5      53.8        53      52.5
                  25.1         26.4         25.1         26.4         26.8      28.7      28.9     27.6     29.5
                  52.4         53.2         52.8           52         54.3      54.1      51.4     53.4     53.7
                  22.9           22           22         24.2           24      22.1      23.4     22.9     23.4
                340.7         346.5        353.9        362.5        359.5    367.5      362.8    368.8    377.2
                  43.1         44.5         42.5         43.8         44.1      45.3      46.7     46.5       47
                  43.2         41.7         41.7         40.8         40.8      39.8      42.5     41.2     40.5
                501.9         499.2        488.5        496.4        504.3    506.7      509.4    515.6    523.8
                149.5         148.5        149.5        152.1          153    154.6      154.3    154.1    155.8
                    55         55.2         53.7         52.7         55.2         53     54.8     57.1     56.6
                151.7         152.5        150.4        155.3        159.4    159.5      161.4    163.2    170.6
                  42.6         43.6         38.7         41.2         39.3      41.5        42     42.3     43.3
                103.1          99.5         96.1         95.1         97.4      98.1      96.9     98.8     97.6
               1637.7        1666.8       1710.3       1764.2       1808.8   1842.4     1857.5   1937.5   2030.6
                126.4         123.9        125.5        126.6        132.7    135.6      143.1    141.8    139.4
                  98.6         95.5         95.4         99.6          103       104     104.6    110.2    113.6
                583.2         605.9          629        647.7          660    676.3      678.3    728.5    760.4
                  49.6         47.4         47.6         48.7         45.4      46.7        50     50.9     54.1
                    83         85.7         87.2         89.9         93.9         93     96.8    101.5    107.8
                531.4         539.3        554.3        572.1        589.2    603.5      593.9    605.6    645.7
                115.1         115.8        116.1        119.1        121.7    121.7      129.1    133.5    138.8
                  50.4         53.3         55.2         60.5         63.1      61.7      61.7     65.5     70.7
               2064.8        2079.9       2082.6       2147.6       2190.7   2221.9     2263.4   2305.1   2366.4
                358.2         355.2        338.6        347.8        349.1    362.9      373.7    388.5    395.2
                 1225        1239.8       1259.1       1318.7       1349.6     1367     1386.3   1405.2   1450.2
                228.1         231.7        231.8        229.8        239.9    245.9      257.6    267.4    268.5
                  76.4         78.7         78.1           74         76.3         74     73.7     74.1     81.6
                  92.2         87.8         87.9         89.3           88      88.8      86.5     88.3     88.3
                  51.3         52.8         52.6         51.4         50.6      48.1      49.6     46.2     45.1
                  33.7         33.9         34.6         36.5         37.3      35.2        36     35.3     37.5
                  15.7         15.5         15.3         15.3         15.4      16.3      16.4     16.2     17.3
           -             -                    22         22.4         22.7      23.3      23.9     24.1     23.9
           -             -            -            -            -                 8.6      8.6      9.1       10



nearest hundred.
           Table TU-3c - Labour force estimates, male labour force, Canada, annual average
Contents               Year               1976      1977       1978      1979       1980             1981
           15 years and over               6549.6    6679.4     6838.3    7002.7     7136.2           7269.2
           15-24 years                     1578.9    1625.7     1665.7    1720.6     1751.9           1762.9
           25 years and over               4970.7    5053.7     5172.5    5282.1     5384.3           5506.2
           25-44 years                     3014.5    3095.1     3186.2    3281.6     3373.8           3479.2
           45-64 years                     1827.9    1836.6     1865.1    1874.9     1887.3           1905.8
           45 years and over               1956.3    1958.5     1986.4    2000.5     2010.4             2027
           25-54 years                     4139.7    4222.1     4326.7    4421.2     4515.6           4629.6
           55 years and over                831.1      831.6     845.8     860.9      868.7            876.6
           15-64 years                     6421.2    6557.5       6717    6877.1       7013           7147.9
           15-19 years                      632.4      656.2        670    701.9      709.9            698.6
           20-24 years                      946.5      969.5     995.8    1018.7       1042           1064.3
           25-29 years                      960.8      967.2     982.5    1001.6     1020.6           1042.8
           30-34 years                      802.3      855.1     896.2     926.8      959.3            985.7
           35-39 years                      638.4      658.7     697.6     730.6      758.1            794.1
           40-44 years                      612.9      614.2     609.8     622.6      635.8            656.7
           45-49 years                      584.9      576.3     589.9        579     589.4            581.7
           50-54 years                      540.4      550.6     550.7     560.6      552.4            568.7
           55-59 years                      414.3      428.4     441.5        452     462.1            463.5
           60-64 years                      288.3      281.3        283    283.4      283.4            291.9
           65 years and over                128.4      121.9     121.3     125.6      123.2            121.2
           65-69 years                       82.1       80.5       76.7      82.8       80.6             76.1
           70 years and over                 46.3       41.4       44.6      42.8       42.5             45.1

           Source: Statistics Canada. 2008. Labour Force Historical Review. Minister of Industry. Ottawa.
1982       1983       1984       1985       1986       1987      1988      1989       1990
 7245.7     7319.8     7392.8     7478.9     7585.4     7680.2    7754.3    7872.4     7924.1
 1676.4     1648.5     1625.7     1602.9       1598     1568.9    1522.9      1496     1445.1
 5569.3     5671.3     5767.1       5876     5987.4     6111.4    6231.4    6376.4       6479
 3547.1     3636.9     3735.1     3842.7     3947.9     4045.3    4139.3      4234     4301.4
   1898     1913.6     1911.7     1909.8     1919.9     1940.2    1968.7    2017.6     2044.4
 2022.2     2034.4       2032     2033.3     2039.5     2066.1    2092.1    2142.4     2177.6
 4688.9     4786.4     4877.2       4988     5110.3     5240.2    5356.6    5496.7     5598.8
  880.4      884.9      889.9         888     877.2      871.1     874.8     879.7      880.2
 7121.5       7199     7272.5     7355.5     7465.8     7554.4    7630.9    7747.6     7790.9
  627.7      593.3      574.2      553.4      564.3      573.8     573.8     589.7      579.9
 1048.7     1055.2     1051.5     1049.5     1033.7        995     949.1     906.3      865.2
   1057     1078.2     1093.5     1115.6       1136     1147.7    1160.4    1167.9     1153.6
  980.5         986    1009.3     1030.3     1062.5     1087.9    1115.7    1138.1     1155.9
  840.8      873.8      902.1         949     960.7      974.1     967.6     993.7     1033.9
  668.8      698.8      730.2      747.8      788.7      835.6     895.7     934.3         958
  576.2      582.8      573.7      596.3      601.6      634.5     653.9     694.2      723.9
  565.5      566.8      568.4      548.9      560.7      560.4     563.4     568.5      573.6
  460.2         467        466     474.3      466.5      470.8     471.6     471.4      461.6
  296.1      297.1      303.6      290.2         291     274.5     279.8     283.5      285.4
  124.2      120.8      120.3      123.4      119.6      125.8     123.4     124.8      133.2
      81       76.7       73.6       73.5       72.1      77.7      76.9         76       81.5
    43.2       44.1       46.7       49.9       47.5      48.1      46.5       48.8       51.7
1991       1992      1993       1994       1995       1996      1997       1998       1999
 7924.6     7911.2    7943.2     8014.3     8049.5     8129.1    8233.8     8324.3     8457.6
 1389.8     1341.5    1316.8     1305.8     1290.1     1281.9    1281.3     1289.7     1342.4
 6534.8     6569.7    6626.4     6708.4     6759.3     6847.2    6952.5     7034.6     7115.1
 4315.7     4301.1    4311.2     4310.7     4319.3     4342.3    4360.1     4369.2     4343.9
 2077.9     2130.2    2184.5     2250.5     2300.3     2364.4    2447.6     2511.3     2620.5
 2219.1     2268.6    2315.2     2397.8       2440     2504.9    2592.4     2665.4     2771.2
   5662     5708.1    5780.3     5845.4     5911.4     5988.8      6062     6126.4     6166.1
  872.8      861.6        846        863     847.9      858.4     890.5      908.2        949
 7783.4     7772.8    7812.5     7867.1     7909.8     7988.7    8089.1     8170.3     8306.8
  550.3      517.6     503.4      503.3      500.2      492.6     487.9      496.3      526.7
  839.5      823.9     813.4      802.5      789.9      789.3     793.4      793.5      815.8
 1114.9     1073.8    1026.2      992.5      957.3      948.2     940.6      941.1      926.8
 1163.6     1165.8    1182.2     1172.8     1175.1     1158.7    1123.5     1090.5     1044.7
 1039.1     1073.5      1088       1116     1143.9     1163.7    1189.8       1191     1189.1
  998.1        988    1014.7     1029.3       1043     1071.7    1106.3     1146.6     1183.3
  759.5      801.9     821.8      880.7      911.7      938.9     942.4      964.6      989.1
  586.8      605.2     647.4      654.1      680.4      707.5     759.5      792.6      833.2
  460.1      446.7     443.3      445.1      455.1      464.1     480.4      493.8      524.2
  271.5      276.5        272     270.7      253.2      253.9     265.3      260.3        274
  141.2      138.4     130.7      147.2      139.7      140.4     144.8      154.1      150.8
    84.4      87.6       79.8       89.1       85.8      86.3       89.3       94.8        91
    56.8      50.7       50.9       58.1       53.9      54.1       55.5       59.2      59.8
2000       2001       2002      2003       2004       2005       2006       2007
 8569.2     8690.9     8906.2    9067.7       9166     9243.7     9335.4     9492.8
 1372.7     1394.6     1446.1    1467.4     1467.3     1443.5     1465.1     1496.7
 7196.5     7296.3     7460.1    7600.3     7698.7     7800.2     7870.4     7996.1
 4331.4     4335.8     4342.5      4327     4308.4     4293.8     4278.2     4274.7
 2716.3       2810     2949.2    3081.1     3189.9       3296     3375.6     3482.1
 2865.1     2960.5     3117.5    3273.3     3390.3     3506.4     3592.2     3721.4
   6220     6282.1     6347.6    6380.5     6412.3     6446.7     6473.9     6518.8
  976.5     1014.2     1112.5    1219.8     1286.4     1353.5     1396.4     1477.3
 8420.5     8540.4     8737.9    8875.5     8965.6     9033.3     9118.9     9253.5
  544.9      556.7      578.2     581.4      569.6      554.5      565.8      588.2
  827.8         838       868        886     897.8         889     899.3      908.5
  924.9      931.1      940.8     951.9      959.6      972.5      984.3     1003.2
 1022.2     1017.6     1018.4    1018.9     1017.4     1011.3     1008.5     1021.5
 1185.5     1163.1     1135.2    1098.8     1078.9     1061.3     1072.4     1037.5
 1198.9       1224     1248.1    1257.4     1252.5     1248.7     1212.9     1212.4
 1009.2     1032.7     1091.2      1108       1145     1162.6     1164.8     1172.4
  879.4      913.6      913.8     945.5         959     990.3       1031     1071.7
  551.4      575.4      623.1     677.9      711.6         748     770.8      794.7
  276.3      288.4      321.1     349.7      374.3      395.1         409     443.3
  148.7      150.5      168.3     192.2      200.4      210.4      216.6      239.3
    86.2       86.8      98.5     113.7      120.2      129.2      134.9      149.4
    62.6       63.7      69.8       78.4       80.3       81.2       81.6      89.9
           Table TU-3c - Labour force estimates, female labour force, Canada, annual average
Contents           Year           1976      1977       1978       1979      1980      1981              1982
           15 years and over       3941.7    4105.8     4316.3       4534    4743.2    4966.7            5056.2
           15-24 years             1313.1    1357.9       1400     1457.1    1501.6    1521.8            1477.3
           25 years and over       2628.6    2747.9     2916.3     3076.9    3241.6    3444.9            3578.9
           25-44 years             1673.8    1782.5     1927.7       2044    2183.2    2353.6            2464.6
           45-64 years              911.2     922.5      943.8      987.8    1012.1    1041.6            1063.7
           45 years and over        954.8     965.5      988.6     1032.9    1058.4    1091.3            1114.2
           25-54 years               2271    2383.7     2544.4     2677.2    2837.6    3030.2            3151.6
           55 years and over        357.6     364.2      371.9      399.7       404     414.7             427.3
           15-64 years               3898    4062.8     4271.5     4488.9    4696.8    4916.9            5005.6
           15-19 years              550.2     554.7      571.5      605.9     615.7     614.9             566.6
           20-24 years              762.9     803.2      828.6      851.2     885.9     906.9             910.7
           25-29 years              575.8     594.3      640.4      674.8     712.5     754.5             780.8
           30-34 years              414.9     461.9      513.4      552.1     598.9     651.1             660.3
           35-39 years              358.9     378.4      412.4      443.5     472.6     516.8             560.5
           40-44 years              324.1     347.8      361.4      373.7     399.1     431.2               463
           45-49 years              315.2     329.2      335.3      340.1       357     358.7             371.2
           50-54 years                 282      272      281.4      293.1     297.4     317.9             315.7
           55-59 years              200.3     206.7      214.6      229.7     234.1     236.3               245
           60-64 years              113.7     114.6      112.5      124.8     123.6     128.7             131.7
           65 years and over          43.7        43       44.8       45.1     46.3      49.8              50.5
           65-69 years                29.2     30.5        28.8       32.3     32.8      31.9              34.8
           70 years and over          14.4     12.5          16       12.9     13.6      17.8              15.7


           Source: Statistics Canada. 2008. Labour Force Historical Review. Minister of Industry. Ottawa.
1983       1984      1985      1986       1987      1988      1989      1990      1991
 5207.8     5355.1    5533.5    5686.7     5845.8    6024.8    6184.6    6320.6    6411.8
 1463.9     1444.5    1426.2      1426     1398.3    1368.6    1342.9    1299.1    1266.5
   3744     3910.6    4107.3    4260.7     4447.5    4656.2    4841.7    5021.5    5145.2
 2600.3     2745.3    2883.2    3049.8     3165.9    3307.5    3444.3    3568.8    3626.8
 1095.4     1112.8    1167.7    1162.3     1231.9    1293.7    1335.3    1393.4    1460.6
 1143.6     1165.2    1224.1    1210.9     1281.5    1348.7    1397.4    1452.7    1518.5
 3312.7     3472.5    3649.6    3816.3     3983.7    4182.6    4368.5    4539.3    4659.9
  431.2      438.1     457.7     444.4      463.7     473.6     473.2     482.2     485.4
 5159.6     5302.7    5477.1    5638.1     5796.1    5969.8    6122.4    6261.3    6353.9
  537.6      512.8     508.3     508.2      514.6     527.1     528.7     518.7       501
  926.3      931.7     917.9     917.8      883.7     841.6     814.2     780.4     765.5
  821.2      847.5     873.4     908.6        924     942.9       961     969.1     943.1
  689.1      725.3     771.1     819.2      843.2     869.7     905.8       933     960.2
  596.7      644.6     688.5     729.2      757.7     795.7     836.3       859     882.8
  493.4        528     550.3     592.8        641     699.2     741.2     807.7     840.7
  382.1      397.2     422.8     424.2      471.5     499.5     533.5     578.2     605.1
  330.3        330     343.5     342.3      346.3     375.6     390.7     392.3       428
  240.9      240.7     259.2        256     267.7     272.8     276.1     277.6     282.3
  142.1        145     142.2     139.8      146.4     145.8     134.9     145.3     145.2
    48.3      52.4      56.4       48.6      49.7        55      62.1      59.3      57.9
    29.2      32.5      36.9       33.4      33.8      36.3      40.4        39      39.1
    19.1      19.9      19.5       15.2      15.8      18.7      21.7      20.3      18.8
1992       1993       1994      1995       1996      1997      1998       1999      2000
   6425     6491.9     6559.4    6639.8     6724.4    6845.3      6992     7130.7    7277.8
 1228.2     1185.8     1179.2      1172     1158.5    1144.2    1171.3     1208.9    1248.7
 5196.7     5306.1     5380.2    5467.7     5565.9    5701.1    5820.7     5921.9    6029.1
 3597.7       3628     3634.6    3657.7     3701.8    3737.7    3746.3     3755.8    3752.5
 1539.2     1615.3     1683.5    1748.1     1800.6    1894.3    2005.4     2098.7    2210.3
   1599     1678.1     1745.6      1810     1864.1    1963.3    2074.4     2166.1    2276.6
 4704.2     4805.8     4861.8    4953.3     5042.7    5155.5    5239.5     5318.3    5381.7
  492.5      500.3      518.5     514.4      523.2     545.5     581.2      603.6     647.5
 6365.2       6429     6497.3    6577.8     6660.9    6776.3      6923     7063.4    7211.5
  477.6      460.5      459.9        464     453.9     446.2     466.4        490     515.6
  750.7      725.3      719.3     708.1      704.6     698.1     704.9      718.9     733.1
  899.3      866.3      834.1     807.6      803.7       807     811.2      808.8     803.4
  957.8      960.1      961.9     970.8      967.9     944.3     911.7      884.6     871.7
  887.5      935.2      936.6     964.2      979.2    1004.4    1018.8     1024.5      1020
  853.3      866.5      901.9     915.2        951       982    1004.6     1037.9    1057.3
  651.2      691.2      737.1     778.7      801.2     822.9     855.8      880.7        908
  455.3      486.6        490     516.9      539.7     594.9     637.4      681.8     721.1
  291.6         290     305.6     310.6      320.2     329.9     358.8      376.4     410.7
  141.1      147.5      150.7     141.8      139.6     146.6     153.4      159.9     170.4
    59.8       62.8      62.1         62      63.5        69         69      67.4       66.4
      43       42.8        42       42.1      40.9      45.2       43.1      41.6       41.6
    16.8         20      20.1       19.9      22.6      23.8       25.9      25.7       24.7
2001       2002       2003       2004      2005      2006       2007
 7418.9     7673.1     7890.9     8016.3    8098.8    8257.3       8453
 1273.6     1331.1     1367.7     1373.7    1379.2    1404.5     1418.4
 6145.3       6342     6523.1     6642.6    6719.6    6852.9     7034.7
 3764.2     3800.6     3799.9     3813.3    3791.3    3785.6     3818.2
 2311.2     2463.3       2634     2734.2    2820.2    2952.1     3089.4
   2381     2541.4     2723.2     2829.3    2928.3    3067.2     3216.5
 5467.3     5588.1     5658.5     5720.7    5738.6      5795     5891.1
     678     753.9      864.6        922       981    1057.8     1143.6
 7349.1       7595     7801.6     7921.2    7990.8    8142.1       8326
  522.2      557.1      558.1      560.8     561.2     569.3      589.5
  751.4         774     809.6      812.9       818     835.1      828.8
  808.4      818.9      832.3      851.6     861.8     885.3      901.5
  863.7      869.8      874.9      883.6     879.3     870.7      893.3
   1011      995.1         986     958.1     936.5     943.3      936.5
 1081.2     1116.8     1106.7     1119.9    1113.7    1086.3       1087
  934.7      987.1     1032.3     1051.6    1064.7    1091.2     1095.3
  768.3      800.4      826.3      855.8     882.6     918.3      977.6
     431     472.5      549.6      575.8     606.5     647.4      673.3
  177.2      203.4      225.8      251.1     266.4     295.3      343.2
    69.8       78.1       89.2      95.1     108.1     115.2         127
    45.3       50.9       60.1      65.4      73.5       79.3       86.5
    24.5       27.2       29.1      29.7      34.6       35.9       40.5
           Table TU-3d - Labour force estimates, male labour force, Nova Scotia, annual average
Contents            Year           1976      1977       1978       1979      1980       1981
           15 years and over         207.5        208       211      217.2     217.5        216
           15-24 years                53.3          53     53.5       55.7       54.9      52.5
           25 years and over         154.3        155     157.5      161.6     162.5      163.4
           25-44 years                91.2       94.2      96.9      100.6     103.2      104.7
           45-64 years                58.3       57.1      56.3       56.6       55.4      55.2
           45 years and over          63.1       60.8      60.5       60.9       59.3      58.7
           25-54 years               124.4     126.7      130.2      133.6        136     137.9
           55 years and over          29.8       28.3      27.3          28      26.6      25.6
           15-64 years               202.8     204.3      206.8        213     213.5      212.5
           15-19 years                21.2       21.2      21.5       22.6       22.5      21.5
           20-24 years                32.1       31.8         32      33.1       32.5         31
           25-29 years                30.8       30.8      30.7       31.6       31.7      31.1
           30-34 years                24.4       26.2      27.7       29.1          30     30.7
           35-39 years                18.5       19.5      19.9       21.4       22.6      22.2
           40-44 years                17.4       17.7      18.6       18.6       18.9      20.7
           45-49 years                16.7       17.2         17      16.5       16.6      16.2
           50-54 years                16.6       15.3      16.2       16.5       16.1         17
           55-59 years                  15       14.7      13.6       14.1       13.4      13.1
           60-64 years                10.1         9.9       9.5        9.5        9.3         9
           65 years and over           4.8         3.7       4.2        4.3        3.9       3.5
           65-69 years                   3         2.2       2.4        3.1        2.7       2.1
           70 years and over           1.7         1.5       1.8        1.2        1.2       1.4


           Source: Statistics Canada. 2008. Labour Force Historical Review. Minister of Industry. Ottawa.
nual average
                  1982      1983      1984       1985       1986      1987      1988      1989      1990
                    217.6     219.8       227      228.9      231.2     231.9     235.7     236.9     238.8
                     50.8      50.8      52.7       51.4       50.8      49.9      48.3      47.3        46
                    166.7     168.9     174.3      177.5      180.3     181.9     187.5     189.6     192.8
                    107.1     109.9     114.2      118.5      121.1     123.4     126.8     128.5     129.9
                     56.3      55.7      56.5       56.1         56      55.3      57.5      57.8      59.6
                     59.6        59      60.1          59      59.2      58.5      60.7        61      62.9
                    140.7     143.6     148.6      152.8      156.6     158.7     162.9     165.9     169.7
                       26      25.3      25.6       24.7       23.8      23.3      24.5      23.7      23.1
                    214.3     216.5     223.4        226      227.9     228.6     232.5     233.6     235.5
                     19.3      17.9      18.3       17.1         17      17.3      17.4      17.9      18.1
                     31.5        33      34.4       34.3       33.8      32.7      30.9      29.4      27.9
                     31.4      32.5      33.7       34.1       34.8      34.3      34.8      35.1      34.9
                     30.3      29.9      30.8       31.9       32.7      33.6      34.1      34.4      34.5
                     24.8      27.4      27.3       29.8       29.8      31.3      29.8      31.5      31.1
                     20.6      20.2      22.4       22.7       23.7      24.2        28      27.6      29.5
                     17.2      17.5      18.4          18      19.8      17.7      19.4      20.7      23.4
                     16.4      16.1         16      16.3       15.7      17.6      16.8      16.6      16.3
                     13.9      13.4      12.9       13.3       12.8      12.9      13.7      12.5      12.5
                      8.9       8.7        9.2        8.5       7.7       7.2       7.6       7.9       7.3
                      3.3       3.3        3.5        2.9       3.2       3.2       3.2       3.3       3.3
                        2       1.9        2.1        1.5       1.7       1.9       1.8       1.9         2
                      1.3       1.3        1.5        1.4       1.5       1.3       1.4       1.4       1.3


dustry. Ottawa.
1991      1992      1993      1994       1995      1996       1997      1998      1999
  238.5     231.3     231.6       233      233.8       233      233.9     237.5       238
   44.2      41.5      40.5      40.2       39.9      38.5       38.4      38.4      38.7
  194.3     189.8     191.1     192.8      193.9     194.6      195.5     199.1     199.3
  129.6     127.5     126.2     125.4      124.4     123.1      122.6     123.7     121.2
   62.1      59.5      61.6      64.3       66.2      67.9       69.1      72.4      74.6
   64.6      62.3      64.9      67.4       69.5      71.5       72.9      75.4      78.1
  170.5     168.6     169.5     170.5      170.5     171.1      172.3     175.5     174.9
   23.8      21.2      21.6      22.3       23.4      23.4       23.2      23.6      24.3
  235.9     228.5     228.2     229.9      230.5     229.4      230.2     234.5     234.6
   16.9      15.3      14.2      14.3         15      13.6       13.3      14.5      14.9
   27.3      26.2      26.4      25.9       24.9      24.9       25.2      23.9      23.8
   33.3      31.8      30.1      29.2       27.6      27.4       27.3      26.9      26.3
   34.5        34      33.3      33.7       33.2      31.9         31      30.3         28
   31.8      31.3      32.4      31.2       32.5      33.2       31.3      32.4      33.4
   30.1      30.4      30.3      31.3         31      30.5       33.1      34.1      33.5
   23.4      23.7      26.8      27.8         27      27.9       28.9      28.6      29.2
   17.5      17.4      16.5      17.3       19.1      20.1       20.8      23.1      24.5
   13.2      11.9        12      12.8       13.6      12.8       12.4      13.7      13.4
      8       6.4       6.2        6.5       6.5        7.1         7       6.8        7.5
    2.6       2.8       3.4        3.1       3.3        3.6       3.7       3.1        3.4
    1.6       1.6       2.3        1.7       1.7        2.1       2.4       2.3        2.4
      1       1.2       1.1        1.4       1.5        1.5       1.3       0.8          1
2000       2001      2002      2003       2004       2005       2006       2007
  239.6      241.9     244.7       249      254.4      251.8      247.9      249.9
   38.2       39.8        40      41.8       42.5       40.9       41.9       40.3
  201.4      202.1     204.7     207.2      211.9      210.9      206.1      209.6
    120      119.1     117.1     115.2      114.7      110.9        107      105.2
   77.9       79.6      83.5      88.1          93         95      94.5       97.8
   81.3       82.9      87.5         92      97.2        100       99.1      104.4
  175.4      175.3     175.5     174.4        176      172.8      167.8        168
      26      26.8      29.2      32.8       35.9       38.1       38.3       41.6
  236.1      238.5     240.6     245.1      250.3      246.8      243.3      243.2
   14.1       15.6        16      16.6       17.6       16.1          16      16.1
   24.1       24.2        24      25.2       24.9       24.8       25.8       24.2
   25.5       25.7        25      24.3          24         24      23.5       23.1
   27.5       27.5        27      27.1       26.6       26.1       24.8       24.2
   32.4       32.5      31.4      29.3       27.8       26.8       26.1       26.6
   34.6       33.4      33.7      34.5       36.3       33.9       32.6       31.2
      28        29      31.5      32.1       33.8       31.9          30      32.2
   27.4       27.1      26.8      27.1       27.5          30      30.9       30.6
   15.3         16      17.5      19.7       21.1       22.5       22.6       22.6
     7.2       7.4       7.6        9.2      10.6       10.7       11.1       12.4
     3.5       3.4       4.1        3.9        4.2          5        4.6        6.7
     2.3       1.7       2.6        2.6        2.5        3.6          3        3.9
     1.2       1.6       1.5        1.3        1.6        1.4        1.6        2.8
           Table TU-3e - Labour force estimates, female labour force, Nova Scotia, annual average
Contents           Year           1976      1977       1978       1979      1980       1981      1982
           15 years and over        120.5     124.7        131      135.2     141.7      148.8     150.6
           15-24 years               41.9         43      44.8          45     46.8       48.3      46.2
           25 years and over         78.6      81.7       86.2       90.2      94.9      100.5     104.4
           25-44 years               49.1      52.4       56.9       60.3      65.7       71.1      73.6
           45-64 years               28.1      27.8       27.6       28.6      28.1         28      29.5
           45 years and over         29.5      29.3       29.3       29.9      29.2       29.4      30.8
           25-54 years               66.5      69.4       74.5       77.2      83.7       89.4      93.1
           55 years and over         12.2      12.3       11.8          13     11.2       11.1      11.3
           15-64 years              119.1     123.2      129.3        134     140.6      147.3     149.3
           15-19 years               17.4      17.2       18.1       18.6        19       20.4      17.6
           20-24 years               24.5      25.8       26.7       26.4      27.8       27.9      28.7
           25-29 years               17.9      18.4          20      20.1      22.3       24.6      23.9
           30-34 years               11.9      13.5       14.7       16.9      18.6       19.5      19.8
           35-39 years                9.8      10.9       12.4       12.6      13.6       14.4      16.9
           40-44 years                9.6        9.5        9.8      10.6      11.2       12.7      12.9
           45-49 years                9.3        9.1        9.9        9.3     10.5         10      11.2
           50-54 years                  8        7.9        7.7        7.5      7.5        8.3       8.2
           55-59 years                6.6        6.9        6.1        7.6      6.2        6.3       6.5
           60-64 years                4.3          4        3.9        4.1      3.9        3.4       3.5
           65 years and over          1.4        1.5        1.7        1.3      1.1        1.4       1.3
           65-69 years                1.1        0.9        1.3        0.9      0.7          1       0.9
           70 years and over            0        0.6          0          0         0       0.5         0


           Source: Statistics Canada. 2008. Labour Force Historical Review. Minister of Industry. Ottawa.
1983      1984      1985      1986      1987       1988       1989      1990       1991
  155.5     163.8     167.2     172.7     176.2      180.2      186.4     192.6      194.5
   45.6      46.7        47      48.5      46.5       44.7       44.9      42.6         41
  109.9     117.2     120.2     124.3     129.7      135.5      141.5       150      153.5
   77.3        83      86.4      91.7      96.7       99.8      104.9     110.7      113.1
   30.8      32.6        32      31.6      31.9       34.7       35.6      38.1       39.5
   32.6      34.1      33.8      32.6         33      35.7       36.6      39.3       40.4
   98.1     104.6     108.3     113.2     118.4        124      130.6       138      141.5
   11.8      12.5      11.9        11      11.2       11.5         11         12        12
  153.7     162.3     165.4     171.7       175      179.2      185.5     191.4      193.6
   16.3      17.1      15.8      16.8      15.7       15.5       17.2      16.9       15.9
   29.3      29.6      31.3      31.6      30.8       29.2       27.7      25.7       25.1
   25.3      26.3      26.8      27.3      28.5       29.4       29.8      30.8       29.5
   20.5      22.2      23.4      24.8      25.8       26.3       27.2      29.1       29.9
   17.7      18.7      20.6      22.3      23.9       23.4       24.3      25.3       27.8
   13.7      15.8      15.6      17.3      18.5       20.6       23.5      25.5       25.9
   11.7      11.5      12.1      12.7         13      15.1       14.5      16.1       16.7
    9.1      10.1       9.7       8.9        8.8        9.1      11.1      11.2       11.8
    6.1       6.7       6.8       6.7        6.6        6.8       6.7        7.4       7.2
    3.9       4.3       3.3       3.3        3.4        3.7       3.3        3.4       3.8
    1.8       1.5       1.8         1        1.1        1.1         1        1.2       0.9
      1       0.8       1.1       0.7        0.8        0.6       0.8        0.9       0.7
    0.8       0.7       0.7         0          0        0.5         0          0         0
1992       1993      1994       1995      1996       1997      1998       1999       2000
  193.2      196.3     197.8      194.2     197.1      201.2     204.3      208.8      213.2
   39.5       38.7      38.4         37         36      35.1      35.7       36.7       37.3
  153.7      157.6     159.3      157.2     161.1      166.1     168.6      172.1      175.9
  111.5      112.2     110.4      109.6     110.7      111.6       111        111      111.2
   41.3       44.2      47.2       46.5      49.3       53.4      56.5       60.1       63.1
   42.2       45.3      48.9       47.6      50.4       54.5      57.6       61.1       64.7
    143      145.2     145.3      145.3     148.8      152.7     153.6      156.2      159.3
   10.7       12.4         14      11.9      12.3       13.4         15      15.9       16.6
  192.3      195.2       196      193.1       196      200.1     203.1      207.8      211.5
   14.2       14.4      14.4       13.5      12.9       13.4      14.2       14.8       15.3
   25.3       24.3         24      23.5         23      21.7      21.5       21.9         22
   28.3       27.4      25.9       24.7      24.9       25.1      24.4       23.9       25.1
      30      30.2      29.8       29.5      29.1       28.3      27.3       26.3       25.5
   27.9       28.1      27.1       28.8      27.9       28.7      29.5          33      30.5
   25.4       26.6      27.6       26.6      28.8       29.5      29.9       27.9       30.1
   19.4       21.1      20.9       22.1      23.9       24.2      24.4       24.4       24.9
   12.1       11.8      14.1       13.6      14.3       16.9      18.3       20.9       23.2
     7.1       7.5        8.5         8        7.9       9.5      10.1          11      10.7
     2.7       3.8        3.8       2.9        3.3       2.8        3.8        3.9       4.2
     0.9       1.1        1.8         1        1.1       1.1        1.2        1.1       1.6
       0       0.6        1.3       0.7        0.6       0.7        0.6        0.7       0.9
     0.5       0.6          0         0        0.5         0        0.6          0       0.8
2001      2002       2003       2004      2005       2006       2007
  218.1       223      225.5      230.6     232.1        232      236.8
     38      39.1       40.8       40.3      41.1       40.3       41.1
  180.2     183.9      184.8      190.3       191      191.7      195.6
  110.3     110.9        110      108.9     107.4      105.1      104.8
   68.4         71      73.2       79.6      81.4          84      88.4
   69.8         73      74.8       81.4      83.6       86.6       90.8
  161.7     163.7      163.2      164.7     164.3      162.7      164.9
   18.4      20.2       21.5       25.5      26.7          29      30.7
  216.7       221        224      228.8     229.9      229.4      234.3
   15.6      16.9          17      16.4         17      16.8         17
   22.4      22.2       23.7       23.8      24.1       23.6       24.2
   24.3      24.6       23.9       23.2      23.9       23.3       22.8
   25.4      24.8       25.4       25.2      25.2       24.3       24.4
   30.3      29.8       27.6         25      26.5       25.4       25.4
   30.4      31.7       33.1       35.5      31.8       32.1       32.2
   28.1      29.9       29.6       31.2      31.7       31.6       32.8
   23.3         23      23.6       24.6      25.2          26      27.3
   12.7      13.6       14.7       16.9      17.8       18.6       18.8
    4.2        4.6        5.3       6.8        6.7        7.7       9.5
    1.5          2        1.6       1.8        2.2        2.6       2.5
    0.9        1.5        1.1       1.1        1.7        1.9       1.7
    0.6        0.5        0.5       0.7        0.5        0.7       0.8
           Table TU-3f - Labour force estimates by provinces, territories and economic regions, number of persons em
Contacts                           Year                      1987        1988      1989      1990
           Canada                                              12333 12709.6 12996.2 13086.4
           Newfoundland and Labrador                            190.3      199.7     206.3     206.9
           1010 - Avalon Peninsula                               93.3       98.8       99.2    102.1
           1020 - South Coast - Burin Peninsula                  17.1       17.1         18     17.7
           1030 - West Coast - Northern Peninsula - Labrador     43.1       43.2       45.3     44.2
           1040 - Notre Dame - Central Bonavista Bay             36.9       40.6       43.9     42.8
           Prince Edward Island                                  53.4       54.6         55     55.1
           Nova Scotia                                            359      373.7     381.6     385.3
           1210 - Cape Breton                                    55.3       55.2       53.5       54
           1220 - North Shore                                    58.9       61.5       64.4     63.7
           1230 - Annapolis Valley                               44.6       47.1       48.3     48.8
           1240 - Southern                                       46.2       51.9       52.2     53.2
           1250 - Halifax                                       153.9        158     163.2     165.5
           New Brunswick                                        280.3        291     296.8     300.3
           1310 - Campbellton - Miramichi                        60.1       61.3       62.5     62.6
           1320 - Moncton - Richibucto                           69.9       72.8         74     74.8
           1330 - Saint John - St. Stephen                       69.6       74.1       74.8     76.2
           1340 - Fredericton - Oromocto                         48.8       49.6       52.3       54
           1350 - Edmundston - Woodstock                         31.9       33.3       33.2     32.6
           Quebec                                             3022.1      3081.4    3128.8    3140.3
           2410 - Gaspésie - Îles-de-la-Madeleine                35.6       37.3       35.9       32
           2415 - Bas-Saint-Laurent                              80.3       80.5       74.5     78.3
           2420 - Capitale-Nationale                            260.7      263.2     274.1     287.7
           2425 - Chaudière-Appalaches                          161.3      170.5     172.7     171.1
           2430 - Estrie                                        112.9      118.3     124.1     122.6
           2433 - Centre-du-Québec                               86.1       84.6       88.3     87.1
           2435 - Montérégie                                    540.9      543.2     572.1       590
           2440 - Montréal                                      868.4      858.8     848.9     828.6
           2445 - Laval                                           147      160.1     157.3     145.5
           2450 - Lanaudière                                    128.8      135.4     145.4       147
           2455 - Laurentides                                     148      154.4     165.8     171.3
           2460 - Outaouais                                       126      135.9     132.6     140.4
           2465 - Abitibi-Témiscamingue                          59.4       62.5       65.7     60.4
           2470 - Mauricie                                      108.9      114.3     110.1     108.8
           2475 - Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean                     107.3      107.1        106    110.9
           2480 & 2490 - Côte-Nord & Nord-du-Québec              50.5       55.4       55.3     58.7
           Ontario                                            4895.6      5083.1      5199    5194.1
           3510 - Ottawa                                        481.5      510.4     508.1     517.9
           3515 - Kingston - Pembroke                           176.1      179.1     178.6     178.7
           3520 - Muskoka - Kawarthas                             132      137.6     135.1     135.1
           3530 - Toronto                                     2153.9      2203.1    2263.5    2247.2
           3540 - Kitchener - Waterloo - Barrie                 401.7        432     453.5     449.9
           3550 - Hamilton - Niagara Peninsula                  560.4        584     594.3     611.1
           3560 - London                                        259.1      267.6     278.9     279.8
           3570 - Windsor - Sarnia                              264.4      278.6     282.6     269.3
           3580 - Stratford - Bruce Peninsula                   123.8        135     142.6     137.7
           3590 - Northeast                                     235.6      243.7     249.8     255.5
           3595 - Northwest                                       107        112     112.1     111.9
           Manitoba                                             505.2      506.3     512.7     513.8
           4610 - Southeast                                      35.9       35.9       37.5     39.3
4620 - South Central                                    22.7         22.6           23         22.4
4630 - Southwest                                        51.8           50           49           48
4640 - North Central                                    18.4         19.8         19.4           20
4650 - Winnipeg                                        300.5        302.3          308          305
4660 - Interlake                                        34.1         34.2           34         35.5
4670 & 680 - Parklands & North                          41.9         41.5         41.8         43.6
Saskatchewan                                           461.9        462.8        456.4        454.2
4710 - Regina - Moose Mountain                         136.8        136.5        136.3          137
4720 - Swift Current - Moose Jaw                          57         57.7         54.3         55.4
4730 - Saskatoon - Biggar                              130.7        131.8        131.9        130.5
4740 - Yorkton - Melville                               45.7         46.8         45.9         42.9
4750 & 4760 - Prince Albert & Northern                  91.6           90           88         88.4
Alberta                                               1187.7       1222.3       1251.3       1276.8
4810 - Lethbridge - Medicine Hat                        92.4         97.1        100.5         96.9
4820 - Camrose - Drumheller                             78.7         82.2         80.9         82.5
4830 - Calgary                                         389.8        402.7        415.2        421.2
4840 - Banff - Jasper - Rocky Mountain House              31         30.9           32         34.8
4850 - Red Deer                                         60.3         61.8         60.5         65.1
4860 - Edmonton                                        417.2        426.5        433.5        440.6
4870 - Athabasca - Grande Prairie - Peace River         81.7         83.5           88         93.3
4880 - Wood Buffalo - Cold Lake                         36.6         37.6         40.7         42.5
British Columbia                                      1377.7       1434.6       1508.3       1559.6
5910 - Vancouver Island and Coast                 -            -            -            -
5920 - Lower Mainland - Southwest                 -            -            -            -
5930 - Thompson - Okanagan                        -            -            -            -
5940 - Kootenay                                   -            -            -            -
5950 - Cariboo                                    -            -            -            -
5960 & 5970 - North Coast & Nechako               -            -            -            -
5980 - Northeast                                  -            -            -            -
Yukon Territory                                   -            -            -            -
Northwest Territories                             -            -            -            -
Nunavut                                           -            -            -            -


Source: Statistics Canada. 2008. Labour Force Historical Review. Minister of Industry. Ottawa.
Note: Number of persons who, during the reference week, worked for pay or profit, or performed unpaid family work
gions, number of persons employed, annual average
              1991      1992     1993       1994      1995       1996      1997       1998      1999
             12857.4 12730.9 12792.7 13058.7          13295.4    13421.4     13706    14046.2   14406.7
                204.7     194.9     193.8     193.5     194.4      187.5      188.3     192.4       201
                101.7      95.6       96.5     97.5     100.7       97.8       97.3     100.6     103.7
                 16.2      15.8       15.2     13.2       13.3        13       12.5      13.3      15.1
                   44      41.4       38.9     41.5         42      39.9       40.2      40.1        41
                 42.8      42.1       43.1     41.3       38.4      36.8       38.3      38.3      41.2
                 53.4      53.7       54.6     55.7       57.2      58.9       58.8      59.6      60.2
                380.6     368.9     366.5     372.6     375.9      376.9        382     395.3       404
                 50.6      49.7       46.9     50.6       52.1      49.3       51.4      52.8        51
                 62.8        62       63.4     62.7         62      64.3       63.6      66.3      66.9
                 49.6      46.8       45.8     46.6       49.2      47.6       47.9      48.8      51.7
                 52.7      52.4       49.5     49.2         48        48         50      50.8      53.8
                  165     157.9     160.8     163.4     164.7      167.7        169     176.5     180.6
                295.2     296.9     299.9     298.6     307.5      305.5      309.1     315.2     325.5
                 59.4      58.4       59.6     59.5       64.5      64.1       66.9        64      64.4
                 75.1      77.7       77.4     76.4       80.1      81.4       80.2      82.2      85.9
                 77.2      76.2       78.5     75.8       76.7        73       72.6      76.3      79.3
                 53.1      52.7       51.3     51.7       51.7      53.3       54.4        56      58.2
                 30.5        32       33.1     35.3       34.4      33.7         35      36.8      37.6
               3084.4    3038.6   3030.9     3094.8    3135.3     3129.8    3172.8     3257.5    3328.1
                 31.6      29.4       30.6     31.8       31.3      31.4         33      32.1      33.1
                 81.5      79.1       75.9     78.9       82.2      81.5       80.5        79        86
                282.4     274.3     266.3     281.9     272.8      279.7      274.8     289.6     286.4
                171.3     170.4     170.1     173.1     177.8      179.1      183.6     181.5     179.4
                115.9     111.5     115.9     119.2     124.5      122.1      121.4     124.4     130.7
                 81.8      88.8       91.9     96.7       98.7      92.7       95.9      99.3      94.5
                574.4     557.2     559.4     581.3     597.5      595.2      604.5     629.3     634.9
                795.1       770     768.6     772.3     758.7        758      763.1     795.4     820.9
                152.4       156     150.1     146.3     161.6        154      166.9     163.9     163.3
                146.8     149.2     152.1       153     160.9      162.8      173.6     173.3     180.5
                171.7     183.7     180.6     190.6     191.4      201.6        202     212.7     220.8
                146.1     143.1     142.7       144     142.2      140.8      139.5     141.8     148.6
                   61      59.5       59.3       63       65.2      64.8         65      62.7      64.6
                108.6     105.4     109.7       108     106.1      102.3      104.1     107.4     108.6
                109.4     107.9     106.2     102.7     110.2      110.5      112.2     113.4     120.7
                 54.4        53       51.5     52.2       54.3      53.1       52.9      51.6      54.8
               5017.1    4932.9      4938    5013.6      5100     5167.1    5291.4     5453.3    5636.7
                514.2     506.5     499.3     518.2     497.8      505.8        513     538.9     551.6
                180.3     178.4     182.5     181.8     175.5      169.2      173.1       184     197.2
                133.3     135.3     131.5     131.2     144.2      146.1      146.7     147.7       156
               2130.2    2097.3   2100.6     2103.3    2201.9     2237.3    2336.3     2407.5    2480.9
                448.4     449.6     453.9     469.7     466.3      475.4      493.3     512.1     540.9
                577.6     555.9        541    562.8     571.3      580.1      581.9     607.2     613.9
                281.5     275.4     283.9     287.5     283.1      277.9        282     284.9     298.5
                262.4     264.1     267.4     273.6     270.2      277.9      276.2       284     293.4
                137.5     134.8        137    143.1     129.5      141.4      144.3     141.7     148.7
                244.1     230.7     234.8     235.1     246.5      246.2      240.1     241.3     245.8
                107.6     104.7     106.2     107.5     113.6      109.8      104.6       104     109.9
                506.8     499.9     503.8     507.7     516.5      517.4      525.6     534.2     541.4
                 37.8      37.1       38.8     38.8       38.2      39.7       40.6      40.8      43.8
                   22.4          21.4          21.9           23         23.1         23.4         24.5         24.1          24.4
                   47.4          49.2          49.7         48.1         50.1         51.9         51.2         49.5          50.1
                   19.5            19          20.1         21.4         20.7         20.7         20.1         20.7          21.8
                  301.2        294.4         296.2         295.6        307.2        304.2        307.1          317        320.6
                   35.4          37.1          35.4         37.9         36.6         36.5         38.9         40.3          40.8
                     43          41.8          41.6         42.8         40.5           41         43.2         41.8          39.9
                  453.3           448        448.5         454.5          458        456.8        466.2        470.5        471.6
                  138.2        134.3         135.6           138        137.2        138.1        139.3        143.1        141.2
                   52.9          50.3            52         52.5         54.5         53.1         53.5         53.9          52.4
                  129.2        129.9         128.8         130.4        134.4        136.3        139.5        141.7        142.8
                   43.1          43.9          43.2         43.7         41.8         41.5         41.9         40.6          40.3
                     90          89.7            89         89.8         90.1         87.9           92         91.2          94.8
                 1284.4         1280        1288.7        1324.5       1364.9       1405.1       1451.4       1509.9         1544
                    100        100.7         102.5         108.4        109.6        110.3        108.8        115.1        120.6
                     85          84.9          87.6         89.8         87.5         90.9         88.6         90.9          93.5
                  420.9        417.9            422        432.3          454        480.7        500.7        533.8        550.7
                   37.4          37.8          38.6         40.6         41.7         44.1         44.3         44.7          47.5
                     62          61.9          63.3           66         67.9         69.2         73.5         80.2          77.7
                  443.2        442.6         436.2         444.3        458.1        457.3        482.9        492.8        500.2
                   93.5          91.6            96        102.9        106.3        108.8        106.1        107.7        106.9
                   42.4          42.6          42.6         40.3         39.8         43.7         46.6         44.7          46.8
                 1577.5       1617.2          1668        1743.2       1785.6       1816.4       1860.5       1858.4       1894.4
             -            -             -             -                 306.4        308.7          322        315.5           330
             -            -             -             -                1054.8       1071.4       1098.9       1103.9       1130.1
             -            -             -             -                   194        200.3        206.1        207.4        206.1
             -            -             -             -                  69.6         65.8         65.3           70          69.4
             -            -             -             -                  79.4         86.2         83.3         82.7          81.4
             -            -             -             -                    49         51.7         51.8         47.3          46.7
             -            -             -             -                  32.5         32.3         33.1         31.6          30.7
             -                  13.3          12.7          12.8         13.6         14.3           14         13.6          13.7
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r performed unpaid family work or had a job but were not at work due to own illness or disability, personal or family responsibilities, labour dis
2000      2001      2002      2003      2004       2005      2006      2007
14764.2   14946.2   15310.4   15672.3     15947    16169.7   16484.3   16866.4
    198     203.8     207.2     212.3      214.3     214.1     215.7     217.1
  104.9     108.1       110     112.5      113.8     114.3     117.5     118.2
   14.1      15.2      14.8      14.5       15.8      13.4      14.2      13.2
   41.1      43.2      42.9      45.4       42.6      43.6      43.4      44.2
   37.9      37.2      39.4      39.9       42.2      42.7      40.5      41.5
   62.7      63.6      64.7      66.1       66.9      68.2      68.6      69.3
  411.4     415.2     422.9     431.2      442.2     443.1     441.8     447.6
   50.6      52.5      52.3      51.5         52      55.4        55        54
   69.2      67.6      68.5      72.1       72.5      73.9      72.8      70.4
   51.3      54.2      56.3      55.5       58.2      56.8      55.3      58.8
     52      51.6      55.3      56.6       57.2      54.6      53.9      55.9
  188.3     189.4     190.5     195.4      202.3     202.5     204.8     208.4
  331.2     330.1     343.1     343.1      350.1     350.5     355.4     362.8
   65.7      66.6      65.7      63.6       67.2      67.8      68.4      69.7
     89      90.2      95.2      96.4       98.2        98      97.4      99.3
   80.8      77.8      82.1      81.1       82.2      82.3      83.8      87.1
   57.6      57.9      60.5      62.4       63.1      63.3      64.6      67.7
   38.1      37.6      39.6      39.6       39.4      39.1      41.3      39.1
 3402.8    3440.2    3569.9    3628.8    3680.5     3717.3    3765.4    3851.7
   33.5      32.5      33.9      35.2       33.2      33.4      33.4        35
   80.9      87.3      82.1      87.8       93.8      90.4      91.9      90.4
  292.5     303.4     325.9     327.8      332.4     346.5       345     353.7
  186.5     189.5       198     203.6      205.6     206.2       207     206.7
  135.8     135.5       141     146.1      143.3     145.5     146.1     149.3
   99.5      98.4     104.9     107.5      109.8     112.8       115     116.4
  655.6     650.4     687.1     682.7      686.8       680     695.5     709.4
  834.2     862.7     886.4     895.6      906.5     920.3     940.2       950
  169.9       170     174.8       178      180.6     181.7     187.5       203
  181.8     181.1       197     201.2      207.1     214.6     214.4     219.4
  227.9     229.9     231.3     242.6      257.1     252.7     249.2     271.5
  155.5     158.2     159.5     168.3        171     179.3     185.9     187.5
   65.9      62.8      63.6      65.1       65.8      64.6        67      66.9
  108.4     107.5     111.8     115.9      112.4     116.2     112.6     116.8
  121.6     119.7     117.4     120.5      121.3     119.8     123.1     126.6
   53.3      51.4      55.4      51.1       53.7      53.3      51.6        49
 5817.1    5926.2    6031.4    6213.2    6316.5     6397.7    6492.7    6593.8
  571.9     592.6     594.8     617.5      613.8     624.3     641.6     654.8
  186.1     191.8     198.5     198.8        204     205.3     202.3     214.3
  159.4     152.1     155.1     174.7      179.6     170.3     181.3     180.5
 2580.9    2665.1    2721.3    2799.1    2853.6     2912.3    2947.2    3018.7
  550.4     559.3     578.9     596.6      610.7     636.7     654.8     656.2
  648.6     651.4     653.3     680.1      686.2     687.5     693.4     703.1
    307     304.6     307.4     317.3      330.1     327.5     330.7     333.2
  301.6     302.3     306.4     307.4      307.2     315.2     323.9     312.9
  151.6     148.4     151.1     150.5      164.1     154.7     157.3     155.1
  248.8     251.2     251.2       254      255.4     256.2     255.6     259.2
  110.8     107.5     113.4     117.1      111.8     107.9     104.7     105.8
  552.3     554.3     567.2     570.3      576.6     580.3       587     596.5
   44.7      43.6      45.6      48.6         49      51.2      50.9      50.4
                     25.5            24          25.5         25.8     27.8     28.1      26.9      28.5
                     51.2          50.9          49.9         52.2     51.7     48.8      51.2      51.6
                     21.2          21.3          23.4         23.1       21     22.4      22.3      22.7
                   327.8            335           343        340.3    346.8    344.7     351.2     359.2
                     42.6          40.2          41.5         41.9     43.2     44.4      45.2      45.3
                     39.2          39.4          38.2         38.2     37.1     40.8      39.3      38.8
                   473.5         460.3         468.3         476.1    479.7    483.5     491.6     501.8
                   141.4         141.9         144.2         144.8    147.3    147.4     147.4     149.1
                     53.3          51.5          50.4         52.4     50.3     52.2      54.5      54.4
                   144.8         141.6         146.5         150.5    150.3    153.5     156.2     164.4
                     41.3          36.4            39         37.3     39.6     39.9      40.6      41.4
                     92.7          88.9          88.2         91.1     92.1     90.4      92.9      92.4
                    1584        1630.9        1670.8        1716.7   1757.5   1784.4    1870.7    1959.4
                   117.9         120.3         120.1         126.9    130.4    137.5     137.5     133.8
                     91.6          92.1          95.8         98.9    100.3    101.3     107.1       110
                   578.2         600.2         611.4         624.7    642.8    651.6       705     736.2
                     45.2          45.9          46.1         43.1     45.2     48.6      49.6      52.8
                     81.1          82.9          85.1         88.7     88.9     93.6      97.6     104.4
                   509.6         526.4         542.1         559.8    574.8    567.2     582.3       621
                   109.3         110.4         112.4         114.7    115.7    125.1       129     133.3
                     50.9          52.7          57.7         59.8     59.3     59.4      62.6         68
                  1931.3        1921.6          1965        2014.7   2062.7   2130.5    2195.5    2266.3
                   327.4         307.3         317.4         319.1    334.2      350     369.5     378.3
                  1164.6          1175        1216.7        1251.4   1275.3   1307.3    1342.7    1392.2
                   210.3         210.2         208.1         218.8    229.7      244     253.7     256.7
                     70.8          70.4          66.6         67.4     67.1     69.2      69.5      77.1
                     79.1          79.4            78         78.2     80.7     80.1      82.9      83.8
                     47.3          46.6          44.9         44.8     42.4     45.7      43.1      41.5
                     31.8          32.5          33.2         34.9     33.3     34.3         34     36.7
                     13.7          13.6          13.8         13.8     15.3     15.5      15.5      16.4
              -                    20.1          21.1         21.1     21.9     22.7      22.8      22.6
              -             -             -             -               7.4       7.5       8.2       9.2



al or family responsibilities, labour dispute, vacation, or other reason.
           Table TU-3g - Labour force estimates by provinces, territories and economic regions, number of persons em
Contents                              Year                           1987       1988     1989
           Canada                                                    10281.4 10573.9       10835
           Newfoundland and Labrador                                   167.3      175.8     180.2
           1010 - Avalon Peninsula                                       80.9       85.5     85.8
           1020 - South Coast - Burin Peninsula                            15       15.2     15.6
           1030 - West Coast - Northern Peninsula - Labrador             38.5       38.8     40.1
           1040 - Notre Dame - Central Bonavista Bay                     32.9       36.3     38.7
           Prince Edward Island                                          44.5       45.5     45.3
           Nova Scotia                                                 297.7         312    316.4
           1210 - Cape Breton                                            45.7       45.9     43.7
           1220 - North Shore                                            49.7       53.8     53.7
           1230 - Annapolis Valley                                         36       37.8     39.8
           1240 - Southern                                                 39       44.1     43.2
           1250 - Halifax                                              127.3      130.5       136
           New Brunswick                                               235.5      243.5     249.5
           1310 - Campbellton - Miramichi                                51.8         53     53.6
           1320 - Moncton - Richibucto                                   58.8         61     62.2
           1330 - Saint John - St. Stephen                               57.1       59.9       62
           1340 - Fredericton - Oromocto                                 40.9       41.3     43.3
           1350 - Edmundston - Woodstock                                 26.9       28.3     28.4
           Quebec                                                       2571     2616.1   2657.3
           2410 - Gaspésie - Îles-de-la-Madeleine                          30       31.5     31.5
           2415 - Bas-Saint-Laurent                                      66.6         68     61.9
           2420 - Capitale-Nationale                                      218        214    221.7
           2425 - Chaudière-Appalaches                                 135.7      143.9     147.5
           2430 - Estrie                                                 93.8         98    102.9
           2433 - Centre-du-Québec                                       71.2       70.2     74.9
           2435 - Montérégie                                           464.3      462.3     486.8
           2440 - Montréal                                             749.4      746.9     737.9
           2445 - Laval                                                123.8      135.4     131.7
           2450 - Lanaudière                                              111     116.2     122.6
           2455 - Laurentides                                             127     133.6     143.3
           2460 - Outaouais                                            111.4      116.7     113.9
           2465 - Abitibi-Témiscamingue                                  49.2       52.8       55
           2470 - Mauricie                                                 90       92.2     91.2
           2475 - Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean                              86.2       86.3     87.1
           2480 & 2490 - Côte-Nord & Nord-du-Québec                      43.3       47.9     47.3
           Ontario                                                    4099.2       4240   4338.1
           3510 - Ottawa                                               403.5      426.2     423.6
           3515 - Kingston - Pembroke                                  136.5         142    145.5
           3520 - Muskoka - Kawarthas                                  105.2      106.6     105.8
           3530 - Toronto                                             1861.6     1885.3   1947.4
           3540 - Kitchener - Waterloo - Barrie                        328.5      360.1     371.4
           3550 - Hamilton - Niagara Peninsula                            463     476.7     485.2
           3560 - London                                                  211     219.1     226.4
           3570 - Windsor - Sarnia                                     214.5      225.4     227.8
           3580 - Stratford - Bruce Peninsula                            96.1     105.5       111
           3590 - N