Fraser-Fort George H - Regional district electoral area, British Columbia, Canada


Population in 2011: 1,665
Population in 2006: 1,877
Population in 2001: 2,009
2006 to 2011 population change
This region -11.3%
Province 7.0%
2001 to 2006 population change
This region -6.6%
Province 5.3%

Total private houses: 903
Private houses occupied by usual residents: 686
Land area (km2): 14939.90

Population density per square kilometre
Here:

0.1
Nearby towns and cities:

4.8
This region population and houses statistics

Earning and income in 2005

Median earnings in 2005
This region:

16,779 CAD
British Columbia:

25,722 CAD
Median income in 2005
Here:

19,813 CAD
British Columbia:

24,867 CAD
Percent of persons in low income before tax
This region:

15.1%
British Columbia:

17.3%

Composition of total income in this region

Earnings and income details for Fraser-Fort George H

Occupation and industry

Participation rate
Here:

72.2%
Province:

65.6%
Employment rate
This region:

69.6%
Province:

61.6%
Unemployment rate
Here:

2.7%
British Columbia:

6.0%

Labour force activity in this region

Place of work status

Mode of transportation to work

Occupation

Industry

Labour, occupation and industry details for this region




Jump to a detailed profile or search site with Google Custom Search

Business Search
14 Million Businesses in 12,000 Categories
Find:
Near:

Age characteristics

Median age of the population
Here:

49.6
British Columbia:

41.9
Percent of the population aged 15 and over
This region:

86.2%
British Columbia:

84.6%
Age characteristics of Fraser-Fort George H

Citizenship and immigration

Total visible minority population
Total: 10
This region:

0.5%
British Columbia:

24.8%
Female: 10
Here:

1.1%
British Columbia:

25.3%
Aboriginal identity population
Total: 185
Here:

9.9%
British Columbia:

4.8%
Male: 125
This region:

13.5%
Province:

4.7%
Female: 60
This region:

6.3%
Province:

4.9%
Fraser-Fort George H citizenship and immigration Details

Marital Status

Married or living with a common-law partner
Total: 975
This region:

67.9%
British Columbia:

57.9%
Male: 490
This region:

64.9%
British Columbia:

59.4%
Female: 490
Here:

71.5%
Province:

56.4%
Not married and not living with a common-law partner
Total: 460
This region:

32.1%
British Columbia:

42.1%
Male: 260
Here:

34.4%
British Columbia:

40.6%
Female: 200
Here:

29.2%
British Columbia:

43.6%

This region - Marital Status

Fraser-Fort George H marital status details

Families and households characteristics

Families Types in Fraser-Fort George H

Households types in this region

Average family income in Fraser-Fort George H in 2005

Fraser-Fort George H families and households characteristics

Language

Knowledge of official languages in Fraser-Fort George H

First official language spoken in Fraser-Fort George H

Mother tongue

Language most often used at home

Other languages used at home

Language most often used at work

Language details for this region

Mobility status in 2006

This region - Place of residence in 2005

Fraser-Fort George H - Place of residence in 2001

This region mobility details

Education

Education attainment in this region

Location of study

Major field of study

Education in Fraser-Fort George H


Source: Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 92-591-XWE. Ottawa. Released March 13 2007 and Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 98-316-XWE. Ottawa. Released October 24, 2012. This data is an unofficial version of the materials, made without affiliation or endorsement of Statistics Canada.
City-data.com does not guarantee the accuracy or timeliness of any information on this site. Use at your own risk.
Website © 2003-2015 Advameg, Inc.