Overview How BC teacher salaries rank among the provinces and territories in 2011

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Overview How BC teacher salaries rank among the provinces and territories in 2011"

Transcription

1 13 BARGAINING PROPOSAL BRITISH COLUMBIA TEACHERS FEDERATION Document Number: U102 Date: Time: Overview How BC teacher salaries rank among the provinces and territories in 2011 Minimum The minimum salary for a BC teacher with qualifications ranks 11th in Canada, including the provinces and territories. Based on provinces only, the rank shifts to 8th among the ten provinces. Maximum The maximum salary for a BC teacher with qualifications ranks 9th in Canada, including the provinces and territories. Based on provinces only, the rank shifts to 6th among the ten provinces. Category 6 Minimum The minimum salary for a BC teacher with Category 6 qualifications ranks 12th in Canada, including the provinces and territories. Based on provinces only, the rank shifts to 9th among the ten provinces. Maximum The maximum salary for a BC teacher with Category 6 qualifications ranks 11th in Canada, including the provinces and territories. Based on provinces only, the rank shifts to 8th among the ten provinces. Summary table: Ranking of BC teacher salaries The following table shows how BC teacher salaries rank compared to the other provinces and territories, and also the ranking on provinces only. The rankings are based on the average salary for the representative school districts listed in the salary comparison tables (pages 2 and 3). For the detailed tables on which these rankings are based, see pages 4 and 5. Provinces and territories (out of 13) Provinces only (out of 10) Cat 5 minimum 11th 8th Cat 5 maximum 9th 6th Cat 6 minimum 12th 9th Cat 6 maximum 11th 8th U102 1

2 2011* Canadian teacher salary rankings: Provinces and territories Equivalents to BC s minimum Equivalents to BC s maximum Prov. City/Province/Territory 2011* Cat 5 Min Prov. City/Province/Territory 2011* Cat 5 Max NT NWTTA $ 76,079 NT NWTTA $111,929 NU Nunavut $ 70,460 NT Yellowknife Catholic $106,800 NT Yellowknife Catholic $ 68,817 NT Yellowknife School District #1 $103,365 NT Yellowknife School District #1 $ 67,626 NU Nunavut $101,334 YT Yukon $ 65,869 AB Edmonton SD 7 $ 95,354 AB Edmonton SD 7 $ 61,489 AB Lethbridge SD 51 $ 95,161 AB Lethbridge SD 51 $ 61,472 YT Yukon $ 95,153 AB Calgary SD 19 $ 61,038 AB Calgary SD 19 $ 95,073 ON Ottawa Carleton Secondary $ 53,551 ON Toronto Secondary $ 89,614 SK Saskatchewan $ 53,327 ON Eastern OECTA $ 88,933 MB Winnipeg $ 52,814 ON Ottawa Carleton Secondary $ 88,816 MB Brandon $ 52,678 ON Elementary Teachers of Toronto (ETFO) $ 87,882 ON Ottawa Carleton Elementary (ETFO) $ 52,432 ON Near North Elementary (ETFO) $ 87,589 ON Near North Elementary (ETFO) $ 52,050 ON Ottawa Carleton Elementary (ETFO) $ 86,717 ON Toronto Secondary $ 51,738 SK Saskatchewan $ 81,945 ON Eastern OECTA $ 51,338 MB Brandon $ 80,709 NL Newfoundland and Labrador $ 51,166 MB Winnipeg $ 80,309 ON Elementary Teachers of Toronto (ETFO) $ 50,739 NB New Brunswick $ 75,241 NB New Brunswick $ 48,793 BC Prince George (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) $ 74,353 BC Victoria (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) $ 48,626 BC Vancouver (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) $ 74,353 BC Vancouver (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) $ 48,083 BC Victoria (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) $ 74,353 NS Nova Scotia $ 48,020 QC Quebec $ 71,946 PEI PEI $ 47,135 NS Nova Scotia $ 68,536 BC Prince George (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) $ 45,909 PEI PEI $ 68,117 QC Quebec $ 40,067 NL Newfoundland and Labrador $ 67,001 * Unless otherwise specified. This table was prepared by BCTF Research. Selection of equivalent categories for BC s and Category 6 was done by comparing definitions and requirements for each category, by province, or territory. 2 U102

3 2011* Canadian teacher salary rankings: Provinces and territories Equivalents to BC s Category 6 minimum Equivalents to BC s Category 6 maximum Prov. City/Province/Territory 2011* Cat 6 Min Prov. City/Province/Territory 2011* Cat 6 Max NT NWTTA $ 79,307 NT NWTTA $ 116,678 NU Nunavut $ 73,451 NT Yellowknife Catholic $ 114,705 NT Yellowknife Catholic $ 72,863 NT Yellowknife School District #1 $ 111,642 NT Yellowknife School District #1 $ 72,016 NU Nunavut $ 104,952 YT Yukon $ 68,112 AB Edmonton SD 7 $ 99,119 NL Newfoundland and Labrador $ 65,996 AB Lethbridge SD 51 $ 98,955 AB Lethbridge SD 51 $ 65,270 AB Calgary SD 19 $ 98,938 AB Edmonton SD 7 $ 65,256 YT Yukon $ 97,845 AB Calgary SD 19 $ 64,905 ON Toronto Secondary $ 94,707 NS Nova Scotia $ 62,946 ON Ottawa Carleton Secondary $ 94,649 MB Winnipeg $ 59,191 ON Eastern OECTA $ 94,614 MB Brandon $ 59,086 ON Elementary Teachers of Toronto (ETFO) $ 92,878 SK Saskatchewan $ 56,815 ON Ottawa Carleton Elementary (ETFO) $ 92,821 ON Toronto Secondary $ 55,404 ON Near North Elementary (ETFO) $ 92,811 ON Ottawa Carleton Secondary $ 55,377 MB Winnipeg $ 89,675 ON Near North Elementary (ETFO) $ 54,428 MB Brandon $ 89,083 ON Elementary Teachers of Toronto (ETFO) $ 54,333 NL Newfoundland and Labrador $ 87,792 ON Eastern OECTA $ 54,309 SK Saskatchewan $ 86,614 ON Ottawa Carleton Elementary (ETFO) $ 54,217 NS Nova Scotia $ 85,699 BC Victoria (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) $ 53,676 NB New Brunswick $ 81,851 NB New Brunswick $ 53,195 BC Victoria (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) $ 81,707 BC Vancouver (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011)) $ 52,823 BC Prince George (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) $ 81,488 PEI PEI $ 52,793 BC Vancouver (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) $ 81,488 BC Prince George (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) $ 50,588 PEI PEI $ 76,289 QC Quebec $ 43,463 QC Quebec $ 71,946 * Unless otherwise specified. This table was prepared by BCTF Research. Selection of equivalent categories for BC s and Category 6 was done by comparing definitions and requirements for each category, by province, or territory. U102 3

4 How BC teacher salaries rank among the provinces and territories The following tables show how BC salaries rank compared to the other provinces and territories, and also the ranking on provinces only; an average is used here for those provinces/territories with more than one collective agreement (based on the examples in earlier tables in this report). The minimum salary for a BC teacher with qualifications ranks 11th in Canada, including the provinces and territories. Based on provinces only, the rank shifts to 8th among the ten provinces. The maximum salary for a BC teacher with qualifications ranks 9th in Canada, including the provinces and territories. Based on provinces only, the rank shifts to 6th among the ten provinces. BC s ranking, based on 2011 minimum salary Prov. Province/Territory 2011 Cat 5 Min Ranking Ranking, provinces only NT* Northwest Territory $ 70,841 1 NU Nunavut $ 70,460 2 YT Yukon $ 65,869 3 AB* Alberta $ 61, SK Saskatchewan $ 53, MB* Manitoba $ 52, ON* Ontario $ 51, NL Newfoundland and Labrador $ 51, NB New Brunswick $ 48, NS Nova Scotia $ 48, BC* British Columbia (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) $ 47, PEI PEI $ 47, QC Quebec $ 40, This table was prepared by BCTF Research. BC s ranking, based on 2011 maximum salary Prov. Province/Territory 2011 Cat 5 Max Ranking Ranking, provinces only NT* Northwest Territory $107,365 1 NU Nunavut $101,334 2 AB* Alberta $ 95, YT Yukon $ 95,153 4 ON* Ontario $ 88, SK Saskatchewan $ 81, MB* Manitoba $ 80, NB New Brunswick $ 75, BC* British Columbia (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) $ 74, QC Quebec $ 71, NS Nova Scotia $ 68, PEI PEI $ 68, NL Newfoundland and Labrador $ 67, This table was prepared by BCTF Research. * Average salary based on the sample of districts included in the salary comparison tables in the earlier section of this report. 4 U102

5 Category 6 The minimum salary for a BC teacher with Category 6 qualifications ranks 12th in Canada, including the provinces and territories. Based on provinces only, the rank shifts to 9th among the ten provinces. The maximum salary for a BC teacher with Category 6 qualifications ranks 11th in Canada, including the provinces and territories. Based on provinces only, the rank shifts to 8th among the ten provinces BC s ranking, based on 2011 Category 6 minimum salary Prov. Province/Territory 2011 Cat 6 Min Ranking Ranking, provinces only NT* Northwest Territory $ 74,729 1 NU Nunavut $ 73,451 2 YT Yukon $ 68,112 3 NL Newfoundland and Labrador $ 65, AB* Alberta $ 65, NS Nova Scotia $ 62, MB* Manitoba $ 59, SK Saskatchewan $ 56, ON* Ontario $ 54, NB New Brunswick $ 53, PEI PEI $ 52, BC* British Columbia (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) $ 52, QC Quebec $ 43, This table was prepared by BCTF Research. BC s ranking, based on 2011 Category 6 maximum salary Prov. Province/Territory 2011 Cat 6 Max Ranking Ranking, provinces only NT* Northwest Territory $114,342 1 NU Nunavut $104,952 2 AB* Alberta $ 99, YT Yukon $ 97,845 4 ON* Ontario $ 93, MB* Manitoba $ 89, NL Newfoundland and Labrador $ 87, SK Saskatchewan $ 86, NS Nova Scotia $ 85, NB New Brunswick $ 81, BC* British Columbia (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) $ 81, PEI PEI $ 76, QC Quebec $ 71, This table was prepared by BCTF Research. * Average salary based on the sample of districts included in the salary comparison tables in the earlier section of this report. U102 5

6 Overview of teacher salary differences Teacher salary differences as of September 2010 In , a Vancouver teacher at maximum salary (Cat. 5) earns: o $10,969 less than an elementary teacher in Toronto, o $11,876 less than a secondary teacher in Ottawa, and o $16,860 less than a teacher in Edmonton. In , a Prince George teacher at maximum salary (Cat. 5) earns: o $10,685 less than an elementary teacher in Near North, o $1,325 more than a teacher in New Brunswick, and o $16, 675 less than a teacher in Lethbridge. Teacher salary differences as of September 2011 If BC teachers do not receive a salary increase for , a Vancouver teacher at maximum salary (Cat. 5) will earn: o $13,529 less than an elementary teacher in Toronto, o $14,463 less than a secondary teacher in Ottawa, and o $21,001 less than a teacher in Edmonton. If BC teachers do not receive a salary increase for , a Prince George teacher at maximum salary (Cat. 5) will earn: o $13,236 less than an elementary teacher in Near North, o $ 888 less than a teacher in New Brunswick, and o $20, 808 less than a teacher in Lethbridge. What if BC teachers receive no salary increase for ? By September 2011, the earnings gap between an Edmonton teacher and a Vancouver teacher with 10 years teaching experience at will widen from $16,860 to $21,001. By September 2011, the earnings gap between a Lethbridge teacher and a Prince George teacher with 10 years teaching experience at will widen from $16,675 to $20,808. Teacher salary comparison tables Urban: Vancouver, Ottawa, Toronto, and Edmonton (see pp. 7 8) September 2010 September 2011 Non-Urban: Prince George, Near North, New Brunswick, and Lethbridge (see pp. 9 10) September 2010 September U102

7 Urban teacher salary comparisons September 2010 This comparison shows the salary difference between Vancouver (BC) and Toronto (ON), Ottawa (ON), and Edmonton (AB), for current salary levels in Category A3 Category A3 Step Vancouver (Sept 2010: 2%) Toronto* (Sept 2010: 3%) Vancouver compared to Toronto Ottawa* (Sept 2010: 3%) Vancouver compared to Ottawa Edmonton** (Sept 2010: 2.92%) Vancouver compared to Edmonton 0 $48,083 $49,261 -$1,178 $51,991 -$3,908 $58,819 -$10,736 1 $50,494 $52,569 -$2,075 $55,413 -$4,919 $61,991 -$11,497 2 $52,904 $56,066 -$3,162 $58,839 -$5,935 $65,165 -$12,261 3 $55,315 $59,559 -$4,244 $62,262 -$6,947 $68,337 -$13,022 4 $57,725 $63,243 -$5,518 $65,684 -$7,959 $71,510 -$13,785 5 $60,135 $66,919 -$6,784 $69,107 -$8,972 $74,682 -$14,547 6 $62,546 $70,599 -$8,053 $72,532 -$9,986 $77,854 -$15,308 7 $64,956 $74,279 -$9,323 $75,954 -$10,998 $81,026 -$16,070 8 $67,367 $77,957 -$10,590 $79,377 -$12,010 $84,198 -$16,831 9 $69,777 $81,640 -$11,863 $82,800 -$13,023 $87,371 -$17, $74,353 $85,322 -$10,969 $86,229 -$11,876 $91,213 -$16,860 Difference between step 0 and step 10 $26,270 $36,061 $34,238 $32,394 Notes: Selection of equivalent categories for BC s and 6 was done by comparing definitions and requirements for each category, by province or territory. The categories chosen as the most suitable matches are based on information on teacher certification qualifications available online for each province or territory. For further information, contact in BCTF Research. increase percentages calculated by BCTF Research comparing figures in salary grids for each collective agreement. * Toronto and Ottawa: 2010 salary figures from relevant collective agreements for Toronto Elementary and Ottawa- Carleton Secondary. ** Edmonton: 2010 salary figures from collective agreement. Sources: Collective Agreement between Toronto District School Board and ETFO ( ): Collective Agreement between Ottawa-Carleton School Board and OSSTF ( ): Collective Agreement between Board of Trustees of Edmonton School District No 7 and the ATA ( ): dmonton%20school%20district%20no%207%20(2007%20-%202012).aspx U102 7

8 Step Urban teacher salary comparisons September 2011 This comparison shows the salary difference between Vancouver (BC) and Toronto (ON), Ottawa (ON), and Edmonton (AB) if salary levels for BC public school teachers remain unchanged in Vancouver (Sept 2011: Category A3 Toronto* (Sept 2011: Vancouver compared to Toronto Category A3 Ottawa* (Sept 2011: Vancouver compared to Ottawa Edmonton** (Sept 2011: Vancouver compared to Edmonton 0%) 3%) 3%) 4.54%) 0 $48,083 $50,739 -$2,656 $53,551 -$5,468 $61,489 -$13,406 1 $50,494 $54,146 -$3,652 $57,075 -$6,581 $64,805 -$14,311 2 $52,904 $57,748 -$4,844 $60,604 -$7,700 $68,123 -$15,219 3 $55,315 $61,346 -$6,031 $64,130 -$8,815 $71,439 -$16,124 4 $57,725 $65,140 -$7,415 $67,655 -$9,930 $74,757 -$17,032 5 $60,135 $68,927 -$8,792 $71,180 -$11,045 $78,073 -$17,938 6 $62,546 $72,717 -$10,171 $74,708 -$12,162 $81,389 -$18,843 7 $64,956 $76,507 -$11,551 $78,233 -$13,277 $84,705 -$19,749 8 $67,367 $80,296 -$12,929 $81,758 -$14,391 $88,021 -$20,654 9 $69,777 $84,089 -$14,312 $85,284 -$15,507 $91,338 -$21, $74,353 $87,882 -$13,529 $88,816 -$14,463 $95,354 -$21,001 Difference between step 0 and step 10 $26,270 $37,143 $35,265 $33,865 Notes: Selection of equivalent categories for BC s and 6 was done by comparing definitions and requirements for each category, by province or territory. The categories chosen as the most suitable matches are based on information on teacher certification qualifications available online for each province or territory. For further information, contact in BCTF Research. increase percentages calculated by BCTF Research comparing figures in salary grids for each collective agreement. * Toronto and Ottawa: 2011 salary figures from relevant collective agreements for Toronto Elementary and Ottawa- Carleton Secondary. **Edmonton: 2011 salary figures for Edmonton from collective agreement. Sources: Collective Agreement between Toronto District School Board and ETFO ( ): Collective Agreement between Ottawa-Carleton School Board and OSSTF ( ): Collective Agreement between Board of Trustees of Edmonton School District No 7 and the ATA ( ): dmonton%20school%20district%20no%207%20(2007%20-%202012).aspx 8 U102

9 Non-urban teacher salary comparisons September 2010 This comparison shows the salary differences between Prince George (BC) and Near North (ON), New Brunswick, and Lethbridge (AB) at current salary levels for Category A3 Category CV Step New Prince Prince Near Prince Lethbridge Prince Brunswick George George North** George **** George *** compared (Sept (Sept 2010: compared to (Sept 2010: compared to (Sept 2010: to New 2010: 2%) 3%) Near North 2.92%) Lethbridge 4%) Brunswick 0 $45,909 $50,534 -$4,625 $47,358 -$1,449 $58,802 -$12,893 1 $48,543 $53,384 -$4,841 $49,922 -$1,379 $62,025 -$13,482 2 $51,176 $56,234 -$5,058 $52,490 -$1,314 $65,249 -$14,073 3 $53,809 $59,084 -$5,275 $55,055 -$1,246 $68,470 -$14,661 4 $56,443 $61,936 -$5,493 $57,627 -$1,184 $71,693 -$15,250 5 $59,076 $64,786 -$5,710 $60,196 -$1,120 $74,915 -$15,839 6 $61,709 $67,637 -$5,928 $62,760 -$1,051 $78,139 -$16,430 7 $64,343 $70,488 -$6,145 $65,329 -$986 $81,359 -$17,016 8 $66,976 $73,339 -$6,363 $67,899 -$923 $84,583 -$17,607 9 $69,609 $76,189 -$6,580 $70,459 -$850 $87,804 -$18,195 10* $74,353 $79,039 -$4,686 $73,028 $1,325 $91,028 -$16, $85,038 -$10,685 Difference between step 0 and step 10 $28,444 $28,505 $25,670 $32,226 Notes: Selection of equivalent categories for BC s and 6 was done by comparing definitions and requirements for each category, by province or territory. The categories chosen as the most suitable matches are based on information on teacher certification qualifications available online for each province or territory. For further information, contact in BCTF Research. increase percentages calculated by BCTF Research based on figures in each collective agreement. * Prince George: Some schools in Prince George receive $57 more at step 10 due to the grid lift for schools eligible for the Recruitment & Retention allowance. ** Near North salary grid taken from collective agreement for Elementary teachers (ETFO). *** New Brunswick: NB has a provincial salary grid. The 4% salary increase for NB is based on a 2% increase as of March 1, 2010 and a 2% increase as of September 1, **** Lethbridge: 2010 salary figures from collective agreement. Sources: ETFO Near North Collective Agreement (Sept 1, 2008 Aug 31, 2012): New Brunswick Teachers' Federation Collective Agreement (Mar 1, 2008 Feb 29, 2012): Lethbridge School District 51 Collective Agreement ( ): ethbridge%20school%20district%20no%2051%20(2007%20-%202012).aspx U102 9

10 Non-urban teacher salary comparisons September 2011 This comparison shows the salary difference between Prince George (BC) and Near North (ON), New Brunswick, and Lethbridge (AB) if salary levels for BC public school teachers remain unchanged in Category A3 Teacher s Certificate V Prince Near Prince New Prince George Lethbridge Prince Step George North** George Brunswick*** compared to **** George (Sept 2011: (Sept 2011: compared to (Sept 2011: New (Sept 2011: compared to 0%) 3%) Near North 3%) Brunswick 4.54%) Lethbridge 0 $45,909 $52,050 -$6,141 $48,793 -$2,884 $61,472 -$15,563 1 $48,543 $54,986 -$6,443 $51,435 -$2,892 $64,841 -$16,298 2 $51,176 $57,921 -$6,745 $54,081 -$2,905 $68,211 -$17,035 3 $53,809 $60,857 -$7,048 $56,723 -$2,914 $71,579 -$17,770 4 $56,443 $63,794 -$7,351 $59,373 -$2,930 $74,948 -$18,505 5 $59,076 $66,730 -$7,654 $62,020 -$2,944 $78,316 -$19,240 6 $61,709 $69,666 -$7,957 $64,662 -$2,953 $81,687 -$19,978 7 $64,343 $72,603 -$8,260 $67,309 -$2,966 $85,053 -$20,710 8 $66,976 $75,539 -$8,563 $69,957 -$2,981 $88,423 -$21,447 9 $69,609 $78,475 -$8,866 $72,594 -$2,985 $91,790 -$22,181 10* $74,353 $81,410 -$7,057 $75,241 -$888 $95,161 -$20, $87,589 -$13,236 Difference between step 0 and step 10 $28,444 $29,360 $26,448 $33,689 Notes: Selection of equivalent categories for BC s and 6 was done by comparing definitions and requirements for each category, by province or territory. The categories chosen as the most suitable matches are based on information on teacher certification qualifications available online for each province or territory. For further information, contact in BCTF Research. increase percentages calculated by BCTF Research based on figures in each collective agreement. * Prince George: Some schools in Prince George receive $57 more at step 10 due to the grid lift for schools eligible for the Recruitment & Retention allowance. ** Near North salary grid taken from collective agreement for Elementary teachers (ETFO). *** New Brunswick: NB has a provincial salary grid. The 3% salary increase for NB is based on a 2% increase as of March 1, 2011 and a 1% increase as of September 1, September 1, 2011 salary increase is effective to February 29, **** Lethbridge: 2011 salary figures from collective agreement. Sources: ETFO Near North Collective Agreement (Sept 1, 2008 Aug 31, 2012): New Brunswick Teachers' Federation Collective Agreement (Mar 1, 2008 Feb 29, 2012): Lethbridge School District 51 Collective Agreement ( ): ethbridge%20school%20district%20no%2051%20(2007%20-%202012).aspx 10 U102

11 Recent bargaining settlements in British Columbia Public sector settlements: Percentage increase in wages and salaries Municipal employees Comox Valley Regional District (CUPE 556) 2% 2% 3% 2% Courtenay (CUPE Loc. 556) 2% 2% 2.75% 2.25 International Assoc. of Fire Fighters ( 953) Kelowna TBA TBA TBA International Assoc. of Fire Fighters (1271) Surrey 3.0% 2.5% Vancouver Police Union 2.95% 2.95% 1.25% 1.3% West Kelowna Association of Local Government Employees Union 1.5% 1.5% 1.5% Transportation, Communications and Other Utilities BC Rapid Transit Co (CUPE 7000) 3% TBA TBA TBA Note: TBA Increases will match those negotiated with other IAFF or TransLink workers. See BC Bargaining Database, Vol. 04, NO. 03 July 2011: Settlement Summaries at: Public sector settlements: Percentage increase in wages and salaries Federal employees Canada Revenue Agency Public Service Alliance 1.50% 1.50% Municipal employees (CUPE) Kelowna 1.25% 1.25% 1.50% 1.50% North Cowichan 2.00% 2.50% 2.50% 3.00% Penticton 0% 1.00% 1.00% 1.00% Revelstoke 1.25% 1.25% 1.50% 1.50% Salmon Arm 1.25% 1.25% Transportation, Communications and Other Utilities: Percentage increase in wages and salaries Canadian Freightways (Teamsters, Loc 31) 0% 1.50% 2.50% Canadian National Railway (CAW) 2.40% 2.60% 3.00% 3.00% Canadian Pacific Railway (CAW, Loc 101) 3.00% 0% 3.00% 3.00% See BC Bargaining Database, Vol. 04, NO. 02 April 2011: Settlement Summaries at: Public sector settlements: Percentage increase in wages and salaries Federal employees Treasury Board of Canada (PSA) Education and Library Science 1.75% 1.50% 2.00% Program and Administration 1.75% 1.50% 2.00% Operational Services 1.75% 1.50% 2.00% Municipal employees (CUPE) Quesnel 0% 1.50% 2.00% Summerland 0% 1.50% 1.75% Kamloops 2.00% 2.00% 2.00% Transportation, Communications and Other Utilities CN Railway Company (Teamsters CTY) 2.40% 3.00% 3.00% See BC Bargaining database, Vol. 04, NO. 01 January 2011: Settlement Summaries at: U102 11

12 Average housing prices for major metropolitan areas A comparison of average housing prices for Census Metropolitan Areas (CMA) across Canada shows that the Vancouver CMA and the Victoria CMA had the highest average housing prices in Canada in 2009 and In 2010, the average price of a house in Vancouver (CMA) was $925,852 compared to $606,617 in Toronto (CMA), $490,128 in Edmonton (CMA), and $376,625 in Winnipeg (CMA). Average price ($) of absorbed single-detached units (ranked using 2010 prices, from highest to lowest) CMA* YTD 2010 YTD 2009 % change Vancouver CMA $925,852 $905, % Victoria CMA $635,664 $668, % Toronto CMA $606,617 $582, % Greater Toronto Area (GTA) $591,551 $563, % Abbotsford CMA $562,751 $540, % Calgary CMA $514,466 $547, % Edmonton CMA $490,128 $543, % Regina CMA $438,979 $382, % Saskatoon CMA $380,600 $383, % Oshawa CMA $378,405 $356, % Winnipeg CMA $376,625 $369, % * Includes surrounding areas. BCTF Research table with data extracted from CMHC reports for a sample of Metropolitan areas. Source: CMHC. (2011). Table 4.1: Average Price ($) of Absorbed Single-detached Units. Housing Now Housing market information (by CMA). www03.cmhcschl.gc.ca/catalog/productlist.cfm?cat=70&lang=en&fr= U102

13 Average rents for one-, two-, and three-or-more-bedroom apartments In October 2010, Vancouver had the highest average rents for two-bedroom and three-ormore-bedroom apartments in a comparison of 18 Canadian cities. In October 2010, the average monthly rent for a two-bedroom apartment was $700 in Montreal, $881 in Regina, $1,015 in Edmonton, and $1,195 in Vancouver. Average rents in privately initiated rental apartment structures of 3 units and over (October 2010) City/town 1 Bed. 2 Bed. 3+ Bed. Abbotsford $655 $785 $875 Calgary $894 $1,069 $1,057 Edmonton $843 $1,015 $1,171 Halifax $732 $891 $1,146 Kelowna $740 $898 $1,018 Lethbridge $734 $845 $865 Montreal $627 $700 $860 Nanaimo $648 $789 $957 North Bay $662 $816 $898 Ottawa $877 $1,048 $1,312 Prince George $592 $709 $794 Regina $742 $881 $1,058 Saskatoon $765 $934 $959 St. John's $649 $725 $761 Toronto $949 $1,123 $1,322 Vancouver $940 $1,195 $1,420 Victoria $806 $1,024 $1,223 Winnipeg $649 $837 $1,056 BCTF Research table with data for a sample of cities Source: CMHC. (2010). Rental Market Statistics. U102 13

14 14 U102

15 U102 15

16 16 U102

17 U102 17

18 :mf/tfeu 18 U102

4.0 Health Expenditure in the Provinces and Territories

4.0 Health Expenditure in the Provinces and Territories 4.0 Health Expenditure in the Provinces and Territories Health expenditure per capita varies among provinces/territories because of different age distributions. xii Population density and geography also

More information

A Demographic Profile of Canada

A Demographic Profile of Canada Population A Demographic Profile of Canada In 2004, Canada s population reached 31.9 million. Since 2001, Canada s total population has grown by 3%, or 925,000 people. From a provincial perspective, population

More information

Canada Post Group Economic Impact on Canada. Corporate Planning and Strategy

Canada Post Group Economic Impact on Canada. Corporate Planning and Strategy Canada Post Group Economic Impact on Canada Corporate Planning and Strategy July 27 Section 1 1. The National Impact 2. Impact on the Provinces Corporate Planning and Strategy, July 27 Page 2 Study of

More information

Exam Centres - Dates and Times

Exam Centres - Dates and Times Barrie, ON 2nd and Last Wednesday of each 4:30pm Exceptions for 2016: Dates beyond October 26 to follow Brandon, MB Last Wednesday of each 6:30 pm Exceptions for 2016: Dates beyond November 30 to follow

More information

Halifax. Québec. Ottawa- Gat. Montréal. Halifax. Québec. Ottawa- Gat. Montréal

Halifax. Québec. Ottawa- Gat. Montréal. Halifax. Québec. Ottawa- Gat. Montréal H o u s i n g M a r k e t I n f o r m a t i o n RENTAL MARKET REPORT Canada Highlights C a n a d a M o r t g a g e a n d H o u s i n g C o r p o r a t i o n Date Released: Fall 2010 Figure 1 Vacancy Rate

More information

House for sale (Dept. of Finance) Real Estate

House for sale (Dept. of Finance) Real Estate House for sale (Dept. of Finance) Real Estate The residential real estate market turned in another solid performance in 2010. Strong demand for housing during the first half of 2010 was fuelled by record

More information

Instructions NDEB Equivalency Process

Instructions NDEB Equivalency Process NDEB Equivalency Process Table of Contents Submitting an online application... 3 Website... 3 Online registration portal... 5 Submitting required documents... 10 Application Instructions-Final.docx 2 /

More information

Open Government and Information Management. Roy Wiseman Executive Director, MISA/ASIM Canada CIO (Retired), Region of Peel roy.wiseman@outlook.

Open Government and Information Management. Roy Wiseman Executive Director, MISA/ASIM Canada CIO (Retired), Region of Peel roy.wiseman@outlook. Open Government and Information Management Roy Wiseman Executive Director, MISA/ASIM Canada CIO (Retired), Region of Peel roy.wiseman@outlook.com Open Government Defined Government of Canada defines Open

More information

STANDING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

STANDING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS Recommendation 1 STANDING COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS The Standing Committee recommends that the project approval deadline for the Summer Career Placements Program be set at the end of March and all other

More information

Summary of CSLS Long Term Fiscal & Economic Projections

Summary of CSLS Long Term Fiscal & Economic Projections Summary of CSLS Long Term Fiscal & Economic Projections 2014 to 2038 M ANITOBA B UREAU OF S TATISTICS RIGHT ANSWERS RIGHT NOW January 18, 2016 Summary of CSLS Long Term Fiscal & Economic Projections In

More information

SECOND ANNUAL Labour Day 2015

SECOND ANNUAL Labour Day 2015 SECOND ANNUAL Labour Day 2015 2ND ANNUAL TOP 50 HOT JOB MARKETS IN CANADA LABOUR DAY STUDY 2015 WHY A HOT JOB MARKETS SURVEY? Every month, Statistics Canada provides a review of unemployment data across

More information

E.164 National Numbering for Canada as Part of Country Code 1

E.164 National Numbering for Canada as Part of Country Code 1 CANADA E.164 National Numbering for Canada as Part of Country Code 1 Canada is part of Country Code 1, and participates in the North American Number Plan (NANP) with the USA and 18 Caribbean nations. A

More information

Artists in Canada s Provinces, Territories and Metropolitan Areas

Artists in Canada s Provinces, Territories and Metropolitan Areas Artists in Canada s Provinces, Territories and Metropolitan Areas A Statistical Analysis Based on the 2001 Census http://www.hillstrategies.com info@hillstrategies.com Statistical insights on the arts,

More information

Attachment A. Electricity Rate Comparison Annual Report. May 1, 2011 Rates

Attachment A. Electricity Rate Comparison Annual Report. May 1, 2011 Rates Electricity Rate Comparison Annual Report May 1, 2011 Rates List of Tables Table 1 Residential Monthly Bills... 4 Table 2 Small Power Monthly Bills... 5 Table 3 Medium Power Monthly Bills... 6 Table 4

More information

Got Jobs? Got a Career Page on your Corporate Website? How will Candidates find You? It s simple!

Got Jobs? Got a Career Page on your Corporate Website? How will Candidates find You? It s simple! Got Jobs? Got a Career Page on your Corporate Website? How will Candidates find You? It s simple! With JobsinCanada.com your Featured Employer Profile drives qualified visitors to the career page on your

More information

Police-reported crime statistics, 2013 Released at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time in The Daily, Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Police-reported crime statistics, 2013 Released at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time in The Daily, Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Police-reported crime statistics, 2013 Released at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time in The Daily, Wednesday, July 23, 2014 The police-reported Crime Severity Index (CSI), which measures the volume and severity of

More information

Nursing Education in Canada, Consolidated Statistics for Entry-to-Practice Certificate, Diploma and Baccalaureate Programs: 2006-2007

Nursing Education in Canada, Consolidated Statistics for Entry-to-Practice Certificate, Diploma and Baccalaureate Programs: 2006-2007 STATISTICS Nursing Education in Canada, Consolidated Statistics for Entry-to-Practice Certificate, Diploma and Baccalaureate Programs: 2006-2007 The Canadian Association of Registered Psychiatric Nurse

More information

Saskatchewan Labour Force Statistics

Saskatchewan Labour Force Statistics Saskatchewan Labour Force Statistics January 2015 UNADJUSTED DATA According to the Statistics Canada Labour Force Survey during the week covering January 11 th to 17 th, 2015, there were 558,200 persons

More information

Canadian Provincial and Territorial Early Hearing Detection and Intervention. (EHDI) Programs: PROGRESS REPORT

Canadian Provincial and Territorial Early Hearing Detection and Intervention. (EHDI) Programs: PROGRESS REPORT Canadian Provincial and Territorial Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) Programs: PROGRESS REPORT www.sac-oac.ca www.canadianaudiology.ca 1 EHDI PROGRESS REPORT This progress report represents

More information

Allows teachers to print reports for individual students or an entire class.

Allows teachers to print reports for individual students or an entire class. Canadian Geography Developed by teachers, Canadian Geography introduces students to the main physical and political features of the Canadian landscape. The program teaches Canada s provinces, capitals,

More information

Agence de santé publique du Canada December 2004

Agence de santé publique du Canada December 2004 Public Health Agency of Canada Agence de santé publique du Canada December 2004 To promote and protect the health of Canadians through leadership, partnership, innovation and action in public health /

More information

Competitive Alternatives 2014: Special Report - Focus on Tax

Competitive Alternatives 2014: Special Report - Focus on Tax Competitive Alternatives 2014: Special Report - Focus on Tax Focus on Tax is a supplement to the 2014 Competitive Alternatives report, a global report released in March examining significant business costs

More information

Resolving Customer Complaints

Resolving Customer Complaints Resolving Customer Complaints When a Problem Occurs - We Can Help As an MCAP Client you have come to expect a high level of customer service. If you have a complaint regarding our service or policy, we

More information

SUMMARY REPORT. Page 1 of 5

SUMMARY REPORT. Page 1 of 5 The role of nurses in assigning, delegating, teaching and supervising patient care activities to unregulated care providers in home care: A jurisdictional scan of legislation, regulation and policy in

More information

A L B E R T A L A B O U R F O R C E P R O F I L E S W o m e n

A L B E R T A L A B O U R F O R C E P R O F I L E S W o m e n A L B E R T A L A B O U R F O R C E P R O F I L E S W o m e n 2 0 1 5 Highlights For the purpose of this profile, the population is defined as women 15+. Working Age Population of Women in Alberta The

More information

Express Entry Update. Conference Board Immigration Summit April 4, 2016 Jennifer Moores and Zal Karkaria

Express Entry Update. Conference Board Immigration Summit April 4, 2016 Jennifer Moores and Zal Karkaria Express Entry Update Conference Board Immigration Summit April 4, 2016 Jennifer Moores and Zal Karkaria Objectives of Express Entry On January 1, 2015, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada launched

More information

RECIPROCAL TRANSFER AGREEMENT WITH TEACHERS PENSION PLAN AUTHORITIES

RECIPROCAL TRANSFER AGREEMENT WITH TEACHERS PENSION PLAN AUTHORITIES RECIPROCAL TRANSFER AGREEMENT WITH This information sheet provides information as to whether you may be eligible to transfer a benefit under the terms of the Reciprocal Transfer Agreement between the Teachers

More information

New Brunswick Minimum Wage Factsheet

New Brunswick Minimum Wage Factsheet New Brunswick Minimum Wage Factsheet Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour September 2016 Contents INTRODUCTION... 3 PART 1 - MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN NEW BRUNSWICK... 3 1.1 Recent history of minimum

More information

Application deadline: march 31 Apply for a $2,000 bursary!

Application deadline: march 31 Apply for a $2,000 bursary! VIVRE À FOND LA FRANCOPHONIE CANADIENNE THREE-WEEK PROGRAM for Grades 8 and 9 Application deadline: march 31 Apply for a $2,000 bursary! Follow us! #destinationclic www.fb.com/destination.clic @OLP-PLO

More information

Engineers Canada 2012 Membership Survey

Engineers Canada 2012 Membership Survey Engineers Canada 2012 Membership Survey June 3, 2013 Contents List of Tables... i List of Figures... ii Descriptions of Membership Categories... iii 1 Introduction... 1 2 Membership Composition... 1 2.1

More information

Voting with their Feet - Actual Quality of Life Rankings in Canada

Voting with their Feet - Actual Quality of Life Rankings in Canada September 2014 Voting with their Feet - Actual Quality of Life Rankings in Canada One of the surest ways for a media publication or think tank to make headlines is to publish a new quality of life ranking

More information

Police-reported crime statistics, 2014 Released at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time in The Daily, Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Police-reported crime statistics, 2014 Released at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time in The Daily, Wednesday, July 22, 2015 Police-reported crime statistics, 2014 Released at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time in The Daily, Wednesday, July 22, 2015 The Crime Severity Index (CSI) measures the volume and severity of police-reported crime.

More information

Focus on Tax 2016 Backgrounder

Focus on Tax 2016 Backgrounder Focus on Tax 2016 Backgrounder July 2016 Competitive Alternatives 2016 special report Focus on Tax is a supplement to Competitive Alternatives 2016, a global report released in March 2016 examining significant

More information

Saskatchewan Small Business Profile 2012

Saskatchewan Small Business Profile 2012 Saskatchewan Small Business Profile 2012 October 2013 Economic and Competitive Analysis Branch www.economy.gov.sk.ca Table of Contents INTRODUCTION... 1 KEY FACTS... 3 1. SMALL BUSINESS SECTOR... 4 2.

More information

DOMINION LAND SURVEY. COMPOSED AND PRODUCED BY : Chris Rule. Permission is granted for use by acknowledging the author s name.

DOMINION LAND SURVEY. COMPOSED AND PRODUCED BY : Chris Rule. Permission is granted for use by acknowledging the author s name. COMPOSED AND PRODUCED BY : Chris Rule Permission is granted for use by acknowledging the author s name. The Dominion Land Survey System was initiated by the Canadian Government in 1869 for settlement purposes.

More information

Section V. Jurisdictional Requirements (Section V) General Instructions

Section V. Jurisdictional Requirements (Section V) General Instructions Section V General Instructions Since the insurance legislation in the various jurisdictions in Canada is not exactly the same, certain differences must be accommodated. Everything related to each jurisdiction

More information

Grade 9 Geography Unit3 Lesson 1 Latitudes and Longitudes. Centre line is the

Grade 9 Geography Unit3 Lesson 1 Latitudes and Longitudes. Centre line is the Grade 9 Geography Unit3 Lesson 1 Latitudes and Longitudes Centre line is the The other lines running parallel to the equator are called. The equator is located at latitude. The equator is located exactly

More information

Complaints or concerns about health care services or business services can be directed to a number of sources.

Complaints or concerns about health care services or business services can be directed to a number of sources. What to do if you are not happy with service you received from your ENT, Audiologist, Speech- Language Pathologist, Hearing Aid Dispenser or Service Provider. Complaints or concerns about health care services

More information

Canadian Geography for ESL/ESOL Classrooms

Canadian Geography for ESL/ESOL Classrooms Canadian Geography for ESL/ESOL Classrooms Submitted by: Patricia A. Kubes, Greer High School (Greer, SC) Date: August 1, 2014 Description: This lesson is intended for students learning English as a second

More information

Child Care Human Resources Sector Council

Child Care Human Resources Sector Council Child Care Wages and a Quality Child Care System Child Care Human Resources Sector Council Prepared for the Child Care Human Resources Sector Council Authors: Jane Beach & Bozica Costigliola 2 Child Care

More information

Valerie Tarasuk Andy Mitchell Naomi Dachner. PROOF Research to identify policy options to reduce food insecurity

Valerie Tarasuk Andy Mitchell Naomi Dachner. PROOF Research to identify policy options to reduce food insecurity PROOF Research to identify policy options to reduce food Valerie Tarasuk Andy Mitchell Naomi Dachner HOUSEHOLD FOOD INSECURITY IN CANADA, 2012 Household Food Insecurity in Canada, 2012 Valerie Tarasuk

More information

Yukon Bureau of Statistics

Yukon Bureau of Statistics Yukon Bureau of Statistics 2 9 # $ > 0-2 + 6 & ± 8 < 3 π 7 5 9 ^ Highlights: Yukon Statistics 203 Taxation Year There were 27,200 income taxfilers in Yukon in 203, an increase of 290, or.%, compared to

More information

The unemployment rate is a well-known barometer

The unemployment rate is a well-known barometer Canada s unemployment mosaic, 2000 to 2006 Ernest B. Akyeampong The unemployment rate is a well-known barometer of labour-market health. The rise in the national unemployment rate in the years immediately

More information

Workers Compensation How to Make a Claim

Workers Compensation How to Make a Claim Workers Compensation How to Make a Claim HOW TO MAKE A WORKERS COMPENSATION CLAIM dśğĩžůůžǁ ŝŷőŝŷĩžƌŵăɵžŷǁ ŝůůśğůɖljžƶƚžŵăŭğăǁ ŽƌŬĞƌƐΖĐŽŵƉĞŶƐĂƟŽŶĐůĂŝŵĨŽƌLJŽƵƌƐĞůĨŽƌ to help your fellow workers establish

More information

Juristat Bulletin Article. Criminal harassment in Canada, 2009. By Shelly Milligan

Juristat Bulletin Article. Criminal harassment in Canada, 2009. By Shelly Milligan Component of Statistics Canada catalogue no. 85-005-X Juristat Bulletin Juristat Bulletin Article Criminal harassment in Canada, 2009 By Shelly Milligan Released: March 3, 2011 Juristat Bulletin Component

More information

DIGITAL ECONOMY ANNUAL REVIEW

DIGITAL ECONOMY ANNUAL REVIEW DIGITAL ECONOMY ANNUAL REVIEW LABOUR MARKET DIGITAL ECONOMY TALENT ICT 2 0 1 4 THE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL (ICTC) RESEARCH BY: THE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL

More information

TAXES AND SURCHARGES ON AIRLINE TICKETS

TAXES AND SURCHARGES ON AIRLINE TICKETS PRB 05-72E TAXES AND SURCHARGES ON AIRLINE TICKETS Allison Padova Economics Division 22 February 2006 PARLIAMENTARY INFORMATION AND RESEARCH SERVICE SERVICE D INFORMATION ET DE RECHERCHE PARLEMENTAIRES

More information

The Canadian Population in 2011: Population Counts and Growth

The Canadian Population in 2011: Population Counts and Growth Catalogue no. 98-310-X2011001 Analytical document The Canadian Population in 2011: Population Counts and Growth Population and dwelling counts, 2011 Census How to obtain more information For information

More information

WORKING GROUP # 8: PREQUALIFICATION, SOURCE LISTS AND STANDING OFFERS. Conference Call, November 30, 2005 RECORD OF DECISIONS

WORKING GROUP # 8: PREQUALIFICATION, SOURCE LISTS AND STANDING OFFERS. Conference Call, November 30, 2005 RECORD OF DECISIONS WORKING GROUP # 8: PREQUALIFICATION, SOURCE LISTS AND STANDING OFFERS RECORD OF DECISIONS Present: Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Quebec, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia and

More information

Data Quality for the 2008 Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics (SLID)

Data Quality for the 2008 Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics (SLID) Data Quality for the 2008 Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics (SLID) Jean-François Bastien, Caroline Cauchon, Wisner Jocelyn, Ann Lim, Ming Jie Yang Household Survey Methods Division R. H. Coats Building,

More information

National Retail Report Canada FALL 2015 EDITION. Accelerating success.

National Retail Report Canada FALL 2015 EDITION. Accelerating success. National Retail Report Canada FALL 2015 EDITION Accelerating success. Report prepared by Colliers International Consulting James Smerdon Vice President and Director, Retail Consulting DIRECT +1 604 685

More information

The Regulation and Supply of Nurse Practitioners in Canada: Health Expenditure Estimates

The Regulation and Supply of Nurse Practitioners in Canada: Health Expenditure Estimates The Regulation and Supply of Nurse Practitioners in Canada: Preliminary Technical Provincial Appendix and Territorial Government Health Expenditure Estimates 1974 1975 to 2004 2005 The Regulation and

More information

Income tax rates for Canadian-controlled private corporations (CCPCs) 2012-2013

Income tax rates for Canadian-controlled private corporations (CCPCs) 2012-2013 Income tax rates for Canadian-controlled private corporations (CCPCs) 2012-2013 Federal income tax rates for income earned by a CCPC 1 Small Active Income between $400,000 and General Active General corporate

More information

BRAIN INJURY NATIONAL PROVINCIAL ALBERTA. A.N.D Canada

BRAIN INJURY NATIONAL PROVINCIAL ALBERTA. A.N.D Canada NATIONAL BRAIN INJURY A.N.D Canada For individuals with a broad range of neurological disabilities that range from mild learning disorders to severe neurological impairments. The A.N.D. Centre 59 Clement

More information

AGREEMENT IN PRINCIPLE Labour Mobility Chapter of the Agreement on Internal Trade/Teaching Profession 1999 09 29

AGREEMENT IN PRINCIPLE Labour Mobility Chapter of the Agreement on Internal Trade/Teaching Profession 1999 09 29 AGREEMENT IN PRINCIPLE Labour Mobility Chapter of the Agreement on Internal Trade/Teaching Profession 1999 09 29 This agreement in principle is developed in conformity with the provisions of Chapter 7

More information

Minimum Wage Rates in Canada: 1965-2015

Minimum Wage Rates in Canada: 1965-2015 Canada Social Report Minimum Wage Rates in Canada: 1965-2015 Ken Battle Copyright 2015 by The Caledon Institute of Social Policy ISBN 1-55382-655-8 Published by: Caledon Institute of Social Policy 1354

More information

2014 ANNUAL REVIEW. Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship (CCDA) CANADIAN STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR SKILLED TRADES

2014 ANNUAL REVIEW. Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship (CCDA) CANADIAN STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR SKILLED TRADES Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship (CCDA) 2014 ANNUAL REVIEW CANADIAN STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR SKILLED TRADES red-seal.ca sceau-rouge.ca Table of Contents MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR...5 RED

More information

The Dietitian Workforce in Canada

The Dietitian Workforce in Canada The Dietitian Workforce in Canada Meta-Analysis Report MARCH 2011 www.dietitians.ca www.dietetistes.ca Dietitians of Canada 2011. All rights reserved. DIETITIANS OF CANADA 1 Executive Summary The purpose

More information

THE CANADIAN ISP COUNT, 2003: How many, where they are and what they do

THE CANADIAN ISP COUNT, 2003: How many, where they are and what they do THE CANADIAN ISP COUNT, 2003: How many, where they are and what they do Sponsored by Industry Framework Telecommunications Policy Branch, Industry Canada BY: The Canadian Association of Internet Providers

More information

Internet Connectivity Among Aboriginal Communities in Canada

Internet Connectivity Among Aboriginal Communities in Canada Internet Connectivity Among Aboriginal Communities in Canada Since its inception the Internet has been the fastest growing and most convenient means to access timely information on just about everything.

More information

Where to Study Criminology/Criminal Justice and related fields of study/work in Canada

Where to Study Criminology/Criminal Justice and related fields of study/work in Canada Appendix 1 Where to Study Criminology/Criminal Justice and related fields of study/work in Canada A 1995 Statistics Canada Report revealed that not only are employment prospects bleak and getting bleaker

More information

Municipal Revenue Sources Review Inter jurisdictional Comparison of Revenue Tools

Municipal Revenue Sources Review Inter jurisdictional Comparison of Revenue Tools Municipal Revenue Sources Review Inter jurisdictional Comparison of Revenue Tools August, 2012 Summary of Revenue Tools in Other Provinces Across Canada, local governments have four general tools for revenue

More information

INCOME INEQUALITY IN CANADA AND THE MITIGATING INFLUENCE OF PROVINCIAL TAX POLICIES: FINDINGS FROM THE 2006 CENSUS

INCOME INEQUALITY IN CANADA AND THE MITIGATING INFLUENCE OF PROVINCIAL TAX POLICIES: FINDINGS FROM THE 2006 CENSUS Income Inequality Within Canada 1 RESEARCH BRIEF to House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance INCOME INEQUALITY IN CANADA AND THE MITIGATING INFLUENCE OF PROVINCIAL TAX POLICIES: FINDINGS FROM THE

More information

POSTAL OUTLET FILE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

POSTAL OUTLET FILE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS POSTAL OUTLET FILE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS February 2014 1 POSTAL OUTLET DATA FILE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS INTRODUCTION The Postal Outlet Data product provides information on postal outlets across Canada.

More information

REGISTERED NURSING ASSOCATIONS CONTACT INFO

REGISTERED NURSING ASSOCATIONS CONTACT INFO REGISTERED NURSING ASSOCATIONS CONTACT INFO CANADIAN COUNCIL OF REGISTERED NURSE REGULATORS Greenbank North Post Office PO Box 30005 Ottawa, ON K2H 1A3 info@ccrnr.ca Tel: 613.447.5253 COLLEGE OF REGISTERED

More information

Fuel Focus. Understanding Gasoline Markets in Canada and Economic Drivers Influencing Prices Annual Review

Fuel Focus. Understanding Gasoline Markets in Canada and Economic Drivers Influencing Prices Annual Review Fuel Focus Understanding Gasoline Markets in Canada and Economic Drivers Influencing Prices 2013 Annual Review January 17, 2014 Copies of this publication may be obtained free of charge from: Natural Resources

More information

How to File the T5 Return of Investment Income

How to File the T5 Return of Investment Income How to File the T5 Return of Investment Income T4126(E) Rev. 06 Many people who file a T5 information return do not need all of the detailed information we give in our Guide T4015, T5 Guide Return of Investment

More information

Make a FIRST Impression... Not a LAST!

Make a FIRST Impression... Not a LAST! 2013 Northern Aboriginal Forestry & Housing Conference Make a FIRST Impression... Not a LAST! Construction Safety Association of MB Tara Zukewich Agenda Responsibility for Safety Safety Training Requirements

More information

Pay Statement Guidelines

Pay Statement Guidelines The Canadian Payroll Association 1600 250 Bloor Street East Toronto, ON M4W 1E6 Tel: 416-487-3380 Toll-free: 1-800-387-4693 Fax: 416-487-3384 Payroll Infoline: infoline@payroll.ca Membership: membership@payroll.ca

More information

HOUSING MARKET OUTLOOK British Columbia Region Highlights

HOUSING MARKET OUTLOOK British Columbia Region Highlights Housing Market Information HOUSING MARKET OUTLOOK British Columbia Region Highlights Date Released: First Quarter 2015 Housing Market Figure 1 Housing Starts Units Housing Starts 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000

More information

Canadian Labour Market: Employment

Canadian Labour Market: Employment Canadian Labour Market: Employment This labour market fact sheet includes an analysis of current data for Canada and the provinces on: - Full- and part-time employment; - Temporary employment; - Working

More information

2010 National Physician Survey :

2010 National Physician Survey : 2010 National Physician Survey : Family Physician Usage of Electronic Medical Records Inese Grava-Gubins, Artem Safarov, Jonas Eriksson College of Family Physicians of Canada CAHSPR, Montreal, May 2012

More information

SUMMARY OF SERVICES WWW.WHRELOCATIONS.COM

SUMMARY OF SERVICES WWW.WHRELOCATIONS.COM SUMMARY OF SERVICES WWW.WHRELOCATIONS.COM Features of our Service CUSTOMIZED EXPERT ASSISTANCE FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS National coverage we have an established network of specialists in many major centers in

More information

Canada s unemployment mosaic in the 1990s Dave Gower

Canada s unemployment mosaic in the 1990s Dave Gower Canada s unemployment mosaic in the 1990s Dave Gower One of the most serious structural problems affecting the Canadian labour market is regional inequality. The traditional picture has been one of high

More information

Employment termination and group insurance coverage

Employment termination and group insurance coverage HEALTH & DENTAL / DISABILITY, LIFE AND AD&D 14-11 Employment termination and group insurance coverage This GroupLine is a revised version of GroupLine 07-02. Previous versions also include 05-21, 02-11

More information

R esearch report LEVIES, FEES, CHARGES AND TAXES ON NEW HOUSING: 2002 HOUSING AFFORDABILITY AND FINANCE SERIES

R esearch report LEVIES, FEES, CHARGES AND TAXES ON NEW HOUSING: 2002 HOUSING AFFORDABILITY AND FINANCE SERIES R esearch report LEVIES, FEES, CHARGES AND TAXES ON NEW HOUSING: 2002 HOUSING AFFORDABILITY AND FINANCE SERIES CMHC Home to Canadians Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) is Canada s national

More information

PERMANENT RESIDENTS 2014

PERMANENT RESIDENTS 2014 PERMANENT RESIDENTS 290,000 280,000 270,000 260,000 250,000 240,000 230,000 220,000 210,000 Permanent Residents in Canada 280,688 260,067 235,823 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Economic

More information

2016 CARE. Chartered Accountancy Reciprocity Examination

2016 CARE. Chartered Accountancy Reciprocity Examination 2016 CARE Chartered Accountancy Reciprocity Examination Information for Applicants Seeking to Qualify as Chartered Professional Accountants, Chartered Accountants and as Public Accountants in Ontario Preface

More information

A Snapshot State of the Nation: K- 12 Online Learning in Canada

A Snapshot State of the Nation: K- 12 Online Learning in Canada A Snapshot State of the Nation: K- 12 Online Learning in Canada Michael K. Barbour, Wayne State University Robin Stewart, Chatham Kent Public Library Background A Snapshot State of the Nation Study: K-12

More information

Transferring Pension Credit into the PSPP

Transferring Pension Credit into the PSPP The Public Service Pension Plan (PSPP) participates in transfer agreements with a number of public and private sector pension plans. Transfer agreements allow eligible members to move their pension credit

More information

Reference: climate data for Prince George and other locations at the back of this handout NEAT PRINTING EXERCISE

Reference: climate data for Prince George and other locations at the back of this handout NEAT PRINTING EXERCISE Name/Date: Socials 9 Unit 2: Cultures, Conflict, and Colonization in British North America 2A Physical Geography of Canada References: Cranny, M. (1998) Crossroads: A Meeting of Nations, Ch. 6 Canadian

More information

Fisheries and Marine Institute - Certificates

Fisheries and Marine Institute - Certificates Fisheries and Marine Institute - Bridgewatch Certificate, Fisheries and Marine Institute What were the labour market experiences of graduates? Table 1 shows the employment status of this program s graduates

More information

Sprott Flow-Through Limited Partnerships. Sprott Tax-Assisted Investments

Sprott Flow-Through Limited Partnerships. Sprott Tax-Assisted Investments Sprott Flow-Through Limited Partnerships Sprott Tax-Assisted Investments sprott asset management lp Natural resources an essential element of a well-structured investment portfolio Adding natural resource

More information

taxation Current to June 20, 2013 What s Inside www.bdo.ca

taxation Current to June 20, 2013 What s Inside www.bdo.ca www.bdo.ca taxation Tax Facts 2013 Current to June 20, 2013 Tax Facts 2013 provides you with a summary of 2013 personal income tax rates and amounts, as well as corporate tax rates (as at July 1, 2013),

More information

Consistent Results Across Most of The Board

Consistent Results Across Most of The Board Canadian Health Care Trend Survey Results 2015 Consistent Results Across Most of The Board Our 2015 Health Care Trend Survey demonstrates that drug, health and dental cost trend factors have remained consistent

More information

Post Secondary Journey

Post Secondary Journey Post Secondary Journey The Canadian Perspective EH! Hints for Selecting a University Plan Ahead-Spring Grade 11 Stress-perhaps the most stressful time of your life Rank- swimming & academic reputations

More information

Re-Settlers: The Secondary Migration of Immigrants Between Canada s Cities Jack Jedwab Executive Director Association for Canadian Studies

Re-Settlers: The Secondary Migration of Immigrants Between Canada s Cities Jack Jedwab Executive Director Association for Canadian Studies Re-Settlers: The Secondary Migration of s Between Canada s Cities Jack Jedwab Executive Director Association for Canadian Studies Immigration is an important source of growth for Canada s cities. s tend

More information

The state of early childhood education and care in Canada 2012

The state of early childhood education and care in Canada 2012 movingchildcareforward.ca The state of early childhood education and care in Canada 2012 Carolyn Ferns & Martha Friendly, June 2014 This report provides a snapshot of the state of Canadian ECEC in 2012,

More information

ICE CONSULTING INTERNATIONAL HANS R. WUTHRICH Box 1609 Gimli Manitoba Canada R0C 1B0 Fax. 204-642- 9026 Cell. 204-642- 2736

ICE CONSULTING INTERNATIONAL HANS R. WUTHRICH Box 1609 Gimli Manitoba Canada R0C 1B0 Fax. 204-642- 9026 Cell. 204-642- 2736 ICE CONSULTING INTERNATIONAL HANS R. WUTHRICH Box 1609 Gimli Manitoba Canada R0C 1B0 Fax. 204-642- 9026 Cell. 204-642- 2736 HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS: Power Engineers Certificate - Province of MB Class

More information

Article 2 Farming Across Canada. Farming in the Arctic or North

Article 2 Farming Across Canada. Farming in the Arctic or North Article 2 Farming Across Canada Every dairy farm is part of a natural landscape. Every dairy farm depends on, and uses, natural resources like the land, sunlight, water, and soil. Every region and ecozone

More information

Pharmacist Workforce, 2012 Provincial/Territorial Highlights

Pharmacist Workforce, 2012 Provincial/Territorial Highlights pic pic Pharmacist Workforce, 2012 Provincial/Territorial Highlights Spending and Health Workforce Our Vision Better data. Better decisions. Healthier Canadians. Our Mandate To lead the development and

More information

Aboriginal People in Canada s Labour Market: Work and Unemployment, Today and Tomorrow

Aboriginal People in Canada s Labour Market: Work and Unemployment, Today and Tomorrow Aboriginal People in Canada s Labour Market: Work and Unemployment, Today and Tomorrow by Michael Mendelson March 2004 Aboriginal People in Canada s Labour Market: Work and Unemployment, Today and Tomorrow

More information

The Geography of Immigration in Canada: Settlement, Education, Labour Activity and Occupation Profiles

The Geography of Immigration in Canada: Settlement, Education, Labour Activity and Occupation Profiles The Geography of Immigration in Canada: Settlement, Education, Labour Activity and Occupation Profiles Working Paper Series: Ontario in the Creative Age Prepared by: Karen M. King March 2009 REF. 2009-WPONT-012

More information

Salary Scale Analysis. For Medical Imaging and Radiation Technologists and Therapists

Salary Scale Analysis. For Medical Imaging and Radiation Technologists and Therapists Salary Scale Analysis For Medical Imaging and Radiation Technologists and Therapists Updated June 2015 Table of Contents 1.0 INTRODUCTION... 1 1.1 SUMMARY... 1 2.0 BRITISH COLUMBIA... 2 2.1 HEABC WAGE

More information

Statistical Portrait of the Frenchspeaking Immigrant Population Outside Quebec (1991-2011)

Statistical Portrait of the Frenchspeaking Immigrant Population Outside Quebec (1991-2011) Statistical Portrait of the Frenchspeaking Immigrant Population Outside Quebec (1991-2011) René Houle, Daniel Pereira and Jean-Pierre Corbeil Statistics Canada June 2014 Research and Evaluation This project

More information

RSV Prophylaxis Clinics in Canada

RSV Prophylaxis Clinics in Canada RSV Prophylaxis Clinics in Canada British Columbia BC Women s and Children s, Vancouver (604) 875-2345 ext. 7872 Victoria General Hospital, Victoria (250) 727-4212 Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster

More information

PEI Population Demographics and Labour Force Statistics

PEI Population Demographics and Labour Force Statistics PEI Population Demographics and Labour Force Statistics PEI Public Service Commission PEI Population Demographics and Labour Force Statistics Diversity Division PEI Public Service Commission November 2010.

More information

Ressources humaines et Développement des compétences Canada

Ressources humaines et Développement des compétences Canada Human Resources and Skills Development Canada PART-TIME STUDENT LOAN AND/OR GRANT APPLICATION CANADA STUDENT LOANS PROGRAM A. PERSONAL DATA Last name Ressources humaines et Développement des compétences

More information