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Census tracts (CTs) are small, relatively stable geographic areas that usually have a population between 2,500 and 8,000 persons. They are located in census metropolitan areas and in census agglomerations that had a core population of 50,000 or more in the previous census.A committee of local specialists (for example, planners, health and social workers, and educators) initially delineates census tracts in conjunction with Statistics Canada. Once a census metropolitan area (CMA) or census agglomeration (CA) has been subdivided into census tracts, the census tracts are maintained even if the core population subsequently declines below 50,000

Dataset Attributes

  • OBJECTID
    Number
  • Population 2001
    Number
    123 to 6686
  • Population 1996
    Number
    0 to 7080
  • Male Pop 1996
    Number
    0 to 3510
  • Male Pop 2001
    Number
    72 to 3283
  • Female Pop 1996
    Number
    0 to 3570
  • Female Pop 2001
    Number
    34 to 3403
  • Tract
    Number
    1 to 23
  • CreationDate
    Date
    1542263154986 to 1542263154986
  • Creator
    Text
    {"value"=>"CPGGIS", "count"=>23} ()
  • EditDate
    Date
    1542263154986 to 1542263154986
  • Editor
    Text
    {"value"=>"CPGGIS", "count"=>23} ()
  • Shape__Area
    Number
    665047.4296875 to 72954339.6970215
  • Shape__Length
    Number
    3781.62238937104 to 51273.2523189971

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