Canada

  1. Canada Legal Resources
  2. Canada Statistics
  3. Canada Property/Housing/Real Estate Information
  4. Canada Employment Information
  5. Canada Family Information
  6. Canada Education Information
  7. Canada Public Benefits Information
  8. Canada Immigration & Civil Rights Information


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Canada Statistics

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  • Population (2000): 552
  • Land Area (2000): 168.583 square kilometers
  • Water Area (2000): 2.246 square kilometers
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Houses (2000): 427

Canada Population - Urban/Rural

Urban/Rural Population Percent
 Urban 0 0.00%
 Rural, Farm 82 15.38%
 Rural, Non-farm 451 84.62%

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Canada Employment Information

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Canada Employment By Industry


 Male, with percent of employed male population
1. Construction 55 31.07%
2. Admin, Support, and Waste Management 39 22.03%
3. Agriculture / Forestry / Fishing / Hunting 15 8.47%
4. Truck Transportation 15 8.47%
5. Arts / Entertainment / Recreation 13 7.34%
6. Mining 11 6.21%
7. Department and Other General Stores 8 4.52%
8. Social Assistance 8 4.52%
9. Repair and Maintenance 7 3.95%
10. Machinery Manufacturing 6 3.39%
 Female, with percent of employed female population
1. Health Care 14 13.46%
2. Arts / Entertainment / Recreation 11 10.58%
3. Religious / Grantmaking / Civic / Similar Organizations 9 8.65%
4. Agriculture / Forestry / Fishing / Hunting 8 7.69%
5. Department and Other General Stores 8 7.69%
6. Food Manufacturing 8 7.69%
7. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 8 7.69%
8. Construction 7 6.73%
9. Social Assistance 7 6.73%
10. Accommodation and Food Services 6 5.77%
11. Admin, Support, and Waste Management 6 5.77%
12. Apparel Manufacturing 6 5.77%
13. Plastics and Rubber Manufacturing 6 5.77%

Canada Employment By Job


 Male, with percent of employed male population
1. Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance 44 24.86%
2. Pipelayers / Plumbers / Etc. 19 10.73%
3. Driver / Sales Workers and Truckers 15 8.47%
4. Fishing / Hunting / Forestry 15 8.47%
5. Vehicle Mechanics 13 7.34%
6. Carpenters 12 6.78%
7. Plant and System Operators 11 6.21%
8. Other Material Moving Workers 9 5.08%
9. Child Care Workers 8 4.52%
10. Laborers and Material Movers / Handlers 8 4.52%
11. Other Installation / Maintenance 8 4.52%
12. Retail Sales, Not cashiers 8 4.52%
13. Construction Laborers 7 3.95%
 Female, with percent of employed female population
1. Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance 11 10.58%
2. Other Management Occupations 9 8.65%
3. Communications Equipment Operators 8 7.69%
4. Farmers and Farm Managers 8 7.69%
5. Food Processing Workers 8 7.69%
6. Other Production Occupations 8 7.69%
7. Therapists 8 7.69%
8. Child Care Workers 7 6.73%
9. Construction Laborers 7 6.73%
10. Agricultural Workers 6 5.77%
11. Laborers and Material Movers / Handlers 6 5.77%
12. Nursing / Psychiatric / Home Health 6 5.77%
13. Recording / Scheduling / Dispatching 6 5.77%
14. Waiters and Waitresses 6 5.77%

Canada Hours Worked Per Week In 1999

Hours Per Week  Population Percent
35 or more hours 226 46.50%
15-35 hours 84 17.28%
1-14 hours 8 1.65%
No regular hours 168 34.57%

Canada Time Left For Work

Time  Population Percent
Midnight-4:59 AM 8 2.85%
5 AM-5:29 AM 0 0.00%
5:30 AM-5:59 AM 20 7.12%
6 AM-6:29 AM 53 18.86%
6:30 AM-6:59 AM 27 9.61%
7 AM-7:29 AM 114 40.57%
7:30 AM-7:59 AM 8 2.85%
8 AM-8:29 AM 0 0.00%
8:30 AM-8:59 AM 16 5.69%
9:00 AM-9:59 AM 35 12.46%
10:00 AM-10:59 AM 0 0.00%
11:00 AM-11:59 AM 0 0.00%
Noon-3:59 PM 0 0.00%
4 PM-11:59 PM 0 0.00%

Canada Length Of Commute In Minutes

Minutes  Population Percent
Less than 5 0 0.00%
5-9 8 2.85%
10-14 24 8.54%
15-19 0 0.00%
20-24 8 2.85%
25-29 7 2.49%
30-34 45 16.01%
35-39 8 2.85%
40-44 39 13.88%
45-59 77 27.40%
60-89 37 13.17%
At least 90 28 9.96%

Canada Length Of Commute In Mintues - Public vs. Private Transportation


Minutes  Population (public) Percent  Population (private) Percent
Under 30 0 0.00% 47 16.73%
30-44 0 0.00% 92 32.74%
45-59 0 0.00% 77 27.40%
At least 60 0 0.00% 65 23.13%

Canada Type Of Commute

Type Population Percent
 Bicycle 0 0.00%
 Car / truck / van, carpool 111 39.50%
 Car / truck / van, solo 162 57.65%
 Motorcycle 0 0.00%
 Other 8 2.85%
 Public transportation 0 0.00%
 Walked 0 0.00%
 Worked at home 0 0.00%

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Canada Family Information

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Households (2000): 254 (533 people)
Families (2000): 167 (416 people)
Families where both partners work (2000): 72
People at same address in 1995: 281

Canada Household Income in 1999


Income Population Percent
Under $10,000 37 14.57%
$10,000-$14,999 29 11.42%
$15,000-$19,999 15 5.91%
$20,000-$24,999 47 18.50%
$25,000-$29,999 26 10.24%
$30,000-$34,999 17 6.69%
$35,000-$39,999 19 7.48%
$40,000-$44,999 0 0.00%
$45,000-$49,999 22 8.66%
$50,000-$59,999 21 8.27%
$60,000-$74,999 13 5.12%
$75,000-$99,999 0 0.00%
$100,000-$124,999 0 0.00%
$125,000-$149,999 0 0.00%
$150,000-$199,999 0 0.00%
$200,000 or more 8 3.15%

Canada Household Type

Type Population Percent
 Nonfamily, 1 person 59 24.69%
 Family, 2 people 101 42.26%
 Nonfamily, 2 people 3 1.26%
 Family, 3 people 35 14.64%
 Nonfamily, 3 people 1 0.42%
 Family, 4 people 27 11.30%
 Nonfamily, 4 people 0 0.00%
 Family, 5 people 9 3.77%
 Nonfamily, 5 people 0 0.00%
 Family, 6 people 4 1.67%
 Nonfamily, 6 people 0 0.00%
 Family, 7 or more people 0 0.00%
 Nonfamily, 7 or more people 0 0.00%

Canada Household Income Type

Type  Population Percent
Earnings 188 29.15%
Interest / Dividend / Rent 69 10.70%
Public Assistance 0 0.00%
Retirement 46 7.13%
Self Employment 32 4.96%
Social Security 88 13.64%
Supplemental Security 8 1.24%
Wage / Salary 179 27.75%
Other 35 5.43%

Canada Family Type

Type Population Percent
 No children under 18 121 78.06%
 With children under 18 34 21.94%

Canada Marital Status - Male (for those 15+ in 2000)

Type Population Percent
 Divorced 8 2.96%
 Married 184 68.15%
 Never Married 63 23.33%
 Widowed 15 5.56%

Canada Marital Status - Female (for those 15+ in 2000)

Type Population Percent
 Divorced 0 0.00%
 Married 162 75.00%
 Never Married 34 15.74%
 Widowed 20 9.26%

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Canada Education Information

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Canada Highest Degree Earned (18 or older)

Degree Population Percent
 Less than 9th grade 145 31.66%
 9th-12th grade, no diploma 114 24.89%
 High school diploma or equivalent 92 20.09%
 Some college, no degree 63 13.76%
 Associate degree 8 1.75%
 Bachelors degree 15 3.28%
 Graduate or professional degree 21 4.59%

Canada Population In School (3 or older)

School Level  In Public School Percent  In Private School Percent Total Percent
Nursery or preschool 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
Kindergarten 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
Grades 1-4 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
Grades 5-8 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
Grades 9-12 16 2.90% 0 0.00% 16 2.90%
Undergrad college 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
Graduate or professional school 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
Total 16 2.90% 0 0.00% 16 2.90%

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Canada Public Benefits Information

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Canada Above Or Below Poverty Level In 1999

Above/Below Population Percent
 At Or Above Poverty Level 495 92.87%
 Below Poverty Level 38 7.13%

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Canada Immigration & Civil Rights Information

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Canada Population By Age

Age Population Percent
0-9 Years 69 12.50%
10-19 Years 54 9.78%
20-29 Years 69 12.50%
30-39 Years 67 12.14%
40-49 Years 86 15.58%
50-59 Years 90 16.30%
60-69 Years 60 10.87%
70-79 Years 40 7.25%
80-89 Years 15 2.72%
90+ Years 2 0.36%

Canada Population - Male/Female

Male/Female Population Percent
 Male 276 50.00%
 Female 276 50.00%

Canada Population By Ethnicity

Ethnicity Population Percent
 Caucasian 536 97.10%
 Amerindian 10 1.81%
 Hispanic/Latino 3 0.54%
 Multiracial 2 0.36%
 African-American 1 0.18%
 Other Race 0 0.00%
 Pacific Islander 0 0.00%
 Asian 0 0.00%

Canada Top Specified Ancestries

Rank Ancestry  Population Percent Of Specified Ancestries
1. Irish 91 25.56%
2. English 90 25.28%
3. German 57 16.01%
4. United States Or American 43 12.08%
5. European 15 4.21%
6. Dutch 14 3.93%
7. Italian 14 3.93%
8. Scottish 9 2.53%
9. Polish 8 2.25%
10. Scotch Irish 8 2.25%

Canada Top Languages Spoken At Home

Rank Language  Population Percent Of Reported Languages
1. Only English 488 97.60%
2. Spanish Or Spanish Creole 12 2.40%

Canada Citizen Type

Type Population Percent
 Citizen by birth 533 100.00%
 Naturalized immigrant 0 0.00%
 Not a citizen 0 0.00%

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Canada Civil Rights Lawyers represent clients who have been illegally discriminated against on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, disability and national origin. If you have suffered employment discrimination, sexual harassment, or have been treated differently by a hotel, restaurant, or other public accommodation, a civil rights lawyer can help you determine whether your rights were violated and what types of redress are available. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.