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POPULATION 2011-2016

7 10 11 9 1

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POPULATION DENSITY 3.61 PEOPLE PER KM²

-5.0%

15 - 29

30 - 64

65+

21.4%

Renter Households

0.2%

Households Living in Band Housing

30.7%

Dwellings Built before 1960

5.4%

Dwellings Built in Last 10 Years (2006-2016)

8.6%

Dwellings in Need of Major Repairs

7.1% INDIGENOUS

13.9% (4,315)

34.5%

English

64.9%

French

Married Couple Families

22.8%

Common-Law Couple Families

13.7%

Female-Led Lone Parent Families

4.0%

Male-Led Lone Parent Families

0.0%

N/A

Couple Families (22.78%)

Immigrants

0.2%

Non-Permanent Residents

untitled (0%)

Non-Immigrants (98.40%)

untitled (0%)

Female-Led Lone Parent .. (13.69%)

Immigrants (1.4

Non-Permanent Residents (0.20%)

Married Couple Families (59.54%)

English and FrenchCommon-Law

1.4%

untitled (0%)

59.6%

0.6%

Non-Immigrants

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FIRST OFFICIAL LANGUAGE SPOKEN

98.4%

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49.7% (15,385)

ED

24.4% (7,545)

IMMIGRATION

8.5% (2,620)

Homeowner Households

85+ 2.8% (880)

1.3% VISIBLE MINORITY

78.3%

FAMILY COMPOSITION

3.5% (1,680)

5 - 14

POPULATION 3 0, 9 55

HOUSING

POPULATION BY AGE

0-4

LAND AREA 8580 KM²

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COMMUNITY INCLUSION NETWORK

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Male-Led Lone Parent Families (4%)

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POVERTY RATE

WHAT IS POVERTY AND DEEP POVERTY? The most commonly used poverty measure in Canada is the Low Income Measure After Tax (LIM-AT) which accounts for income taxes paid and family size and allows for international comparisons. The LIM is one half of the median income. Persons living in deep poverty represent some of the most vulnerable in society. Deep poverty reflects those whose income is less than 50% of the LIM.

16.6%

DEEP POVERTY RATE

4.8%

31.0%

Less than High School

23.4%

High School Diploma or Equivalency

45.6%

Post Secondary Certificate, Diploma or Degree

NEW BRUNSWICK POVERTY RATE

14.1%

DEEP POVERTY RATE

4.4%

Statistics Canada, 2016 Census of Population


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RÉSEAU D' I N C LU S I O N COMMUNAUTAIRE

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3

5

3.61 PERSONNE KM²

65+

85+ 2.8% (880)

21.4%

Locataires

0.2%

Logements de Bande

30.7%

Logements Bâtis avant 1960

5.4%

Logements Construits 2006-2016

8.6%

Logements - Réparations Majeures Requises

13.9% (4,315) 24.4% (7,545)

49.7% (15,385)

PREMIÈRE LANGUE OFFICIELLE PARLÉE 34.5%

Anglais

64.9%

Français

7.1% IDENTITÉ AUTOCHTONE IMMIGRATION

8.5% (2,620)

Propriétaires

98.4%

Couples Mariés

22.8%

Couples en Union Libre

13.7%

Parent Monoparental de Sexe Féminin

4.0%

Parent Monoparental de Sexe Masculin

0.0%

N/A

Immigrants

0.2%

Résidents Non-Permanents

untitled (0%)

Non-Immigrants (98.40%)

Married Couple Families (59.54%)

Anglais et FrançaisCommon-Law

1.4%

untitled (0%)

59.6%

0.6%

Non-Immigrants

untitled (0%)

Couple Families (22.78%)

Female-Led Lone Parent .. (13.69%)

Immigrants (1.40

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30 - 64

1.3% MINORITÉS VISABLES

78.3%

CARACTÉRISTIQUES DE LA FAMILLE

3.5% (1,680)

15 - 29

MÉNAGES

POPULATION PAR ÂGE

POPULATION 3 0, 9 55

Non-Permanent Residents (0.20%)

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8

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2

5 - 14

8580 KM²

DENSITÉ DE POPULATION

-5.0%

0-4

SUPERFICIE DES TERRES

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POPULATION 2011-2016

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Male-Led Lone Parent Families (4%)

TAUX DE PAUVRETÉ

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MONÉTAIRE QU'EST CE QUE LA PAUVRETÉ MONÉTAIRE ET MONÉTAIRE EXTRÊME? La pauvreté se mesure selon le MFR-Apl (mesure de faible revenue après impôts). Cette mesure tient compte du nombre de membres de la famille, impôts payés et permet aussi d'effectuer une comparaison au niveau internationale. Le MFR-Apl est la moitié du revenu familiale médian. Les individus qui vivent dans une pauvreté monétaire extrême représentent les membres les plus vulnérable de notre société. La pauvreté monétaire extrême reflète ceux qui ont un revenue moins de 50% de la mesure du MFR-Apl.

16.6% MONÉTAIRE EXTRÊME

4.8%

31.0%

Aucun Diplôme du Secondaire

23.4%

Diplôme du Secondaire

45.6%

Certificat ou Diplôme PosteSecondaire

N-B

TAUX DE PAUVRETÉ MONÉTAIRE

14.1%

MONÉTAIRE EXTRÊME

4.4%

Statistique Canada, Recensement de la population de 2016

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