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Enterprise Saint John

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Fundy South East Moncton Kent Miramichi Peninsula Acadienne Chaleur Restigouche Madawaska Grand Falls Carleton Central Charlotte Saint John Fredericton New Brunswick Profile Français / French

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On the Web Canadian Climate Normals, 1971-2000 NBCC Summary Information Total Population by Major Field of Study Total Population by Highest Education Level Attained Educational Infrastructure Employment Insurance Claims Social Assistance Family Total Income Composition of Total Income Individual Total Income Top Five Occupational Groupings Labour Force by Broad Occupational Categories Unemployment Rate, 2001 Participation Rate, 2001 Employment Rate, 2001 Main Labour Force Characteristics Tourism Infrastructure & Occupancy, 2002 Manufacturing & Selected Services Census Farms by County, 2001 Number of Establishments by Size, 2001 Percentage of Establishments by Industry, 2001 Percentage of Labour Force by Industry, 2001 Labour Force Survey Linguistic Breakdown Seniors (65 +) as a Percentage of the Population The 45 – 64 Age Bracket as a Percentage of the Population, 2001 The 20 – 44 Age Bracket as a Percentage of the Population, 2001 Youth as a Percentage of the Population, 2001 Population Change by Component Population Change, 1996-2001 2001 Population Density 2001 Population Distribution Highway & Major Communities Census Sub-Divisions Profile Index

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Census Sub-Divisions LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Clicking on Census Sub-Divisions names or regions brings up the Statistics Canada Community Profile for that region. Westfield (PAR) Grand Bay – Westfield (T) Saint John (C) Rothesay (T) Quispamsis (T) Rothesay (PAR) Simonds (PAR) Saint Martins (PAR) Saint Martins (VL) Source: Statistics Canada, Community Profiles, 2001 Census

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Highways & Major Communities Source: Tourism & Parks New Brunswick, Travel Map, 2002

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LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Westfield (PAR) 2,131 Grand Bay – Westfield (T) 4,949 Saint John (C) 69,661 Rothesay (T) 11,505 Quispamsis (T) 13,757 Rothesay (PAR) 314 Simonds (PAR) 3,844 Saint Martins (PAR) 1,248 Saint Martins (VL) 374 2001 Population Distribution Source: Stats Can, Community Profiles, 2001 Census Enterprise Saint John has the most population and is one of three truly urban regions.

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LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Westfield (PAR) 7 Grand Bay – Westfield (T) 83 Saint John (C) 220 Rothesay (T) 337 Quispamsis (T) 241 Rothesay (PAR) 41 Simonds (PAR) 14 Saint Martins (PAR) 2 Saint Martins (VL) 163 Enterprise Saint John has a very high population density relative to other regions. Source: Stats Can, Community Profiles, 2001 Census 2001 Population Density

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LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Westfield (PAR) -6% Grand Bay – Westfield (T) 1% Saint John (C) -4% Rothesay (T) 0% Quispamsis (T) 1% Rothesay (PAR) -2% Simonds (PAR) 1% Saint Martins (PAR) -3% Saint Martins (VL) -3% Population is declining with the largest percentage decrease in the Saint John city core. Source: Stats Can, Community Profiles, 2001 Census Population Change, 1996-2001

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Falling birth rates and rising death rates have resulted in no natural population increase to offset continued, albeit lesser, net out-migration to other parts of N.B. and Canada. CAUTION: Scales differ between charts. Source:  Adapted from Statistics Canada, Annual Demographic Statistics, 2001, Cat. No.91-213 Saint John County (Population Change)

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LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Westfield (PAR) 28% Grand Bay – Westfield (T) 28% Saint John (C) 23% Rothesay (T) 29% Quispamsis (T) 31% Rothesay (PAR) 31% Simonds (PAR) 30% Saint Martins (PAR) 30% Saint Martins (VL) 24% Youth make up a smaller percentage of the population of Saint John City than the surrounding towns and parishes. Source: Stats Can, Community Profiles, 2001 Census Youth as % of Population

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LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Westfield (PAR) 37% Grand Bay – Westfield (T) 34% Saint John (C) 37% Rothesay (T) 35% Quispamsis (T) 35% Rothesay (PAR) 41% Simonds (PAR) 39% Saint Martins (PAR) 36% Saint Martins (VL) 32% The proportion of the population between the ages of 20 and 44 is approx. the same as it is for NB and Canada. The presence of this age group tends to be consistent throughout the region. Source: Stats Can, Community Profiles, 2001 Census 20 – 44 Age Breakdown

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LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Westfield (PAR) 25% Grand Bay – Westfield (T) 27% Saint John (C) 24% Rothesay (T) 25% Quispamsis (T) 27% Rothesay (PAR)24% Simonds (PAR) 24% Saint Martins (PAR) 26% Saint Martins (VL) 20% The proportion of the population between the ages of 45 and 64 represents 25% of the population of the region; slightly less than that at the provincial level. Source: Stats Can, Community Profiles, 2001 Census 45 – 64 Age Breakdown

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LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Westfield (PAR) 10% Grand Bay – Westfield (T) 11% Saint John (C) 16% Rothesay (T) 11% Quispamsis (T) 7% Rothesay (PAR) 5% Simonds (PAR) 7% Saint Martins (PAR) 10% Saint Martins (VL) 21% Seniors make up a larger percent of the population of the city than the surrounding towns and parishes. This is typical as seniors tend to locate in larger areas closer to health and other services. Source: Stats Can, Community Profiles, 2001 Census Seniors (65+) as % of Population

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A relatively low proportion, 14.3%, of the Enterprise Saint John region’s population indicated that they had knowledge of both official languages; this is 19.9 percentage points lower than the rate for New Brunswick as a whole (34.2%). Linguistic Breakdown Source: Stats Can, Community Profiles, 2001 Census

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Source: Statistics Canada, Labour Force Survey Historical Review, 2001 Saint John Labour Force Survey The Southwest Economic region covers the counties of Charlotte, Kings and Saint John including Saint John Urban. Southwest ER* 1987 - 2003 *Southwest Economic Region (Southwest ER)

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% of Labour Force by Industry*, 2001 *Industry divisions based on North American Industry Classification System –see guide for further explanation. Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations)

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% of Establishments by Industry*, 2001 *Industry divisions based on North American Industry Classification System –see guide for further explanation. Source: Statistics Canada, Business Register, 2001

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Source: Statistics Canada, Business Register, 2001 Number of Establishments by Size*, 2001 *An establishment operating in more than one province is classed to a size according to its employment total for Canada, not for an area in a specific province. Thus the 14 establishments classed as 500+ in this chart really means there are 14 establishments operating in this region of New Brunswick whose Canadian employment is 500+ even if some or all may employ fewer than 500 in this Enterprise region.

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While farming is relatively important in some Enterprise regions, data breakouts by counties provided good proxy measures for those Enterprises. Accordingly published county data have been used rather than purchasing data for smaller areas and aggregating closer to Enterprise regional boundaries. Unfortunately St. John county detailed data are not available. Due to confidentiality constraints, the data for St. John county having very few farms have been combined by Statistics Canada with the data from Kings County. This is not serious loss in data as there are only 22 farms in total in the county and other data indicate that agriculture plays a relatively small part of the Saint John region’s economy. Source: Statistics Canada, Census of Agriculture, 2001 Farms – St. John County, 2001

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Source: Business New Brunswick, Survey of Manufacturing and Selected Services to Industry Firms, 2001 Number of Firms Maximum Employment Manufacturing & Selected Services

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Source: Tourism & Parks New Brunswick, Top Attractions, 2002 Tourism Infrastructure

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Tourism Occupancy, 1997 - 2003 Enterprise Saint John Tourism Regions Source: Tourism & Parks New Brunswick, Occupancy Survey, 1997-2003

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The unemployment rate in the Enterprise Saint John region is lower than the overall rate for NB. Males have a higher unemployment rate and higher participation rate than females. Main Labour Force Characteristics Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations)

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LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Westfield (PAR) 54.0% Grand Bay – Westfield (T) 60.6% Saint John (C) 54.0% Rothesay (T) 64.0% Quispamsis (T) 65.2% Rothesay (PAR) 58.0% Simonds (PAR) 61.9% Saint Martins (PAR) 47.9% Saint Martins (VL) 49.2% The employment rate is consistent with the overall rates for NB and Canada. Rates range from 49.2% in Saint Martins to 65.2% in Quispamsis. Employment Rate, 2001 Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations)

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LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Westfield (PAR) 60.6% Grand Bay – Westfield (T) 65.0% Saint John (C) 60.2% Rothesay (T) 67.8% Quispamsis (T) 70.9% Rothesay (PAR) 62.0% Simonds (PAR) 67.0% Saint Martins (PAR) 57.3% Saint Martins (VL) 54.2% At 62.7%, the labour force participation rate is similar to the overall rates for NB and Canada. Participation Rate, 2001 Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations)

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LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Westfield (PAR) 9.7% Grand Bay – Westfield (T) 6.7% Saint John (C) 10.3% Rothesay (T) 5.6% Quispamsis (T) 8.1% Rothesay (PAR) 6.5% Simonds (PAR) 7.7% Saint Martins (PAR) 15.5% Saint Martins (VL) 9.4% Although the unemployment rate is lower than the overall rate for NB, a high rate is seen in Saint Martins parish. Unemployment Rate, 2001 Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations)

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Men are most likely to be working in the trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations category while women are working in sales and service occupations. Occupational Categories Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations)

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Women tend to work in the same occupations as seen provincially; however, more men are working in business, finance and administrative occupations and natural and applied sciences and related occupations than seen provincially. Occupational Categories Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations)

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Individual Total Income In comparison to the provincial rates, there is a 4.6% decrease of individuals earning under $30,000 and a 4.5% increase of individuals earning over $30,000. Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations)

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Composition of Total Income In comparison to the provincial rates, people are less dependent on government transfer payments by 3%. New Brunswick Saint John Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations)

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Family Total Income In comparison to the provincial rates, there is a 4% decrease of families earning under $40,000 and a 4.1% increase of families earning over $40,000. Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations)

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Social Assistance The Saint John Family and Community Services regional office covers the Enterprise Charlotte and Enterprise Saint John regions. During the June 2003 to May 2004 period, the Saint John FCS office handled on average 6,956 cases monthly: those cases comprise 12,977 individuals. Of the 6,956 cases on file, 1,188 cases are classified as "long term" cases. These "long term" cases comprise 6,763 individuals.

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Employment Insurance The chart above demonstrates that for the period 1997-2004, the average number of active claims increased. From 1997 to 2000, the numbers steadily decreased with a steady increase after 2000.

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Employment Insurance The same basic trend can be seen for New Brunswick overall over the same period, as shown in the chart above.

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Employment Insurance For the Enterprise Saint John region, the proportion of average monthly EI claims to total population varied from a low of 3.9% to a high of 5.4% in the period 1997-2004. This is higher than the provincial average.

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Educational Infrastructure

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Total Population by Highest Education Level Attained A higher proportion of the population in the Enterprise Saint John region possess a university level education compared to NB. New Brunswick Saint John Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations)

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Total Population by Major Field of Study * Percentages may not total 100% due to rounding (Source: Statistics Canada - 2001 Census)

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NBCC Saint John Summary Information [1] Retention Rate = % of students completing academic year. [2] Graduation Rate = % of eligible students who graduate) [3] Related Employment = % of employment related to training (directly or indirectly) Highlights: NBCC – Saint John offers a wide variety of programs, including several in the areas of Business Technology, Electronic Information Systems Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, and Health. The college is the only one to deliver the Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) testing for speakers of other languages. Sources: Annual Report 2002-2003; 2005-2006 Calendar; Survey of 2003 New Brunswick Community College Graduates.

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Canadian Climate Normals 1971-2000 Source: Environment Canada, 2004 Code: "A": No more than 3 consecutive or 5 total missing years between 1971 to 2000. "B": At least 25 years of record between 1971 and 2000. "C": At least 20 years of record between 1971 and 2000. "D": At least 15 years of record between 1971 and 2000. Saint John, New Brunswick Latitude: 45° 19' N / Longitude: 65° 53' W / Elevation: 108.80 m Climate ID: 8104900 * This station meets WMO standards for temperature and precipitation.

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