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« on: December 01, 2011, 06:11:06 pm »
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There are already quite a few demographic maps in the Gallery, uploaded by other posters, but I thought that it might be helpful to collate some of them in a thread. We could do them by province, and/or federally, but it is probably easier to put all of them in one thread, so that we don't have multiple threads with few entries.

This first one was uploaded by Al:

Percent Francophone by Canadian Federal Riding




In a similar vein, three maps by Hashemite:

English in Montreal and Laval by Quebec Provincial/National Riding




Another map by Hashemite:

English in Montreal and Laval by Canadian Federal Riding




And another map by Hashemite:

Francophones in New Brunswick using pre-2004 Canadian Federal Ridings




Here is a map by Earl:

Language spoken by Census Division

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« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2011, 06:24:55 pm »
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Sticking with language maps, here is a map uploaded by Earl from the 2001 Census:

Arab-speakers in Ottawa by Neighbourhood




Earl also uploaded this language map from the 2001 Census:

Chinese-speakers in Ottawa by Neighbourhood




This language map of Toronto was uploaded by Dean Sherratt and is from the Toronto Star. It reveals the largest non-English Mother Tongue across the Greater Toronto Area, by Census Tract:

Largest Non-English Language Spoken in the Greater Toronto Area by Census Tract

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« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2011, 06:37:24 pm »
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Hashemite has also uploaded very interesting economic maps for most of Canada (Median Household Income, Percent Low Income, Percent employed in Management roles, Percent employed in Trades, Percent employed in the Manufacturing Sector, Percent with a Degree, Unemployment Rate and Percent Catholic)...

There are quite a few, so I might break these into a few separate posts by region. Firstly, here is Atlantic Canada:

Newfoundland and Labrador Demographic Maps by Canadian Federal Riding




Nova Scotia Demographic Maps by Canadian Federal Riding

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« Reply #3 on: December 01, 2011, 06:47:40 pm »
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Next round of Hashemite's economic maps - Quebec.

Median Household Income, Percent Low Income, Percent employed in Management roles, Percent employed in Trades, Percent employed in the Manufacturing Sector, Percent with a Degree, Unemployment Rate, Non-White (Montreal & Laval) and Percent Francophone (Northern Quebec and Lanaudière-Mauricie):

Northern Quebec/Outaouais/Laurentides/Nunavik Demographic Maps by Canadian Federal Riding




Montreal and Laval Demographic Maps by Canadian Federal Riding




Montreal and Laval Median Household Income Level by Quebec Provincial/National Riding




Lanaudière-Mauricie Demographic Maps by Canadian Federal Riding

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« Reply #4 on: December 01, 2011, 07:16:57 pm »
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I have a religion map sitting around somewhere
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« Reply #5 on: December 01, 2011, 07:18:58 pm »
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Can I make a request of a Quebec and Montreal map, with people who do not have knowledge of English?
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« Reply #6 on: December 01, 2011, 07:21:47 pm »
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By Ontario, Al had joined Hashemite in uploading economic and demographic maps:

This economic/demographic map of Toronto was uploaded by Al, and includes Median Household Income, Percent Low Income, Percent employed in Management roles, Percent employed in Trades, Percent employed in the Manufacturing Sector, Percent with a Degree, Non-White, and the Unemployment Rate:

Toronto Demographic Maps by Canadian Federal/Ontario Provincial Riding




These maps are again by Hashemite, and include Median Household Income, Percent Low Income, Percent employed in Management roles, Percent employed in Trades, Percent employed in the Manufacturing Sector, Percent with a Degree, Non-White, and the Unemployment Rate

Central/East 905 Belt Demographic maps by Canadian Federal/Ontario Provincial Riding




Another set of economic/demographic maps by Hashemite, including Median Household Income, Percent Low Income, Percent employed in Management roles, Percent employed in Trades, Percent employed in the Manufacturing Sector, Percent with a Degree, Non-White, and the Unemployment Rate for the Brampton/Mississauga area:

Brampton/Mississauga Demographic Maps by Canadian Federal/Ontario Provincial Riding




Another economic/demographic set of Ontario maps by Hashemite, including Median Household Income, Percent Low Income, Percent employed in Management roles, Percent employed in Trades, Percent employed in the Manufacturing Sector, Percent with a Degree, Non-White, and the Unemployment Rate for Ottawa:

Ottawa Demographic Maps by Canadian Federal/Ontario Provincial Riding




Hashemite has also done an education map for the whole of Southern Ontario:

Southern Ontario Education Map (Percent with a Degree) by Canadian Federal/Ontario Provincial Riding




Linus van Pelt recently gave us this excellent agricultural map of Ontario:

Ontario Agricultural Receipts by County




Earl has also provided a Southern Ontario Percent White map:

Southern Ontario Percent White by Canadian Federal/Ontario Provincial Riding




Another map by Earl, the percentage change in population:

Percentage Change in Population in Ontario

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« Reply #7 on: December 01, 2011, 07:33:05 pm »
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Economic and Demographic maps - The Prairies:

Here is a demographic map of Winnipeg, provided by Hashemite:

Winnipeg Demographic Map by Canadian Federal Ridings




Hashemite has uploaded this economic and demographic map of Saskatchewan:

Saskatchewan Demographic Map by Canadian Federal Ridings




Hashemite has also provided this map of average (not median) household income for Regina and Saskatoon:

Regina and Saskatoon Average Household Income by Provincial Riding

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Alberta Demographic Maps:

Hashemite has also provided us with this demographic map of Edmonton:

Edmonton Demographic Map by Canadian Federal Riding




This demographic map of Calgary is also by Hashemite:

Calgary Demographic Map by Canadian Federal Riding

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« Reply #9 on: December 01, 2011, 08:00:51 pm »
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Finally, British Columbia:

Hashemite has made this income map of Greater Vancouver/Lower Mainland/Fraser Valley, showing Median Household Income and Percent Low Income Households:

Greater Vancouver/Lower Mainland/Fraser Valley Income Maps by Canadian Federal Riding




Hashemite has also made this occupation map of Greater Vancouver/Lower Mainland/Fraser Valley:

Greater Vancouver/Lower Mainland/Fraser Valley Occupation Maps by Canadian Federal Riding




Hashemite also uploaded these maps of Non-White and Education for Greater Vancouver/Lower Mainland/Fraser Valley:




I'm not just linking to everybody else's maps, however... here's a map I did yesterday of the proportion of private dwellings rented throughout British Columbia by BC Provincial Riding. No real surprises - generally, the proportion increases in closer proximity to downtown Vancouver and downtown Victoria. The proportion of households rented across BC was a smidgeon over 30%. I found Abbotsford West and Abbotsford South interesting (higher than I expected) because I somewhat expected that in metropolitan areas, percent rented would more closely resemble election results.

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« Reply #10 on: December 01, 2011, 08:04:22 pm »

I made some demographic maps of BC by provincial constituency. I'm not sure if I ever uploaded them, but I could upload them if anybody's interested.
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« Reply #11 on: December 01, 2011, 08:09:57 pm »
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I couldn't see any other obvious ones in the demographic maps folder of the Gallery, but there may be some in a different folder. If I've missed one someone's uploaded, I'm sorry. Anyway, I'm sure others can post their maps in here.

I have a religion map sitting around somewhere

Please upload it!

I made some demographic maps of BC by provincial constituency. I'm not sure if I ever uploaded them, but I could upload them if anybody's interested.

Yes please (I hope everyone sort of takes ownership of this thread and upload plenty of the spectacular and interesting maps most of us produce)! I did one yesterday (final one in the above post), and was planning on making some more, but there's no point in me doubling up on what you've already done. If you've got any others for other provinces, they'd be great, too! You're probably already aware, but Elections BC has a spreadsheet providing stats for a range of demographic data, already arranged and sorted according to provincial riding, so it's relatively easy to create those maps (although still time-consuming).
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« Reply #12 on: December 01, 2011, 08:22:15 pm »
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« Reply #13 on: December 01, 2011, 10:06:21 pm »
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You've missed quite a few of mine.
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« Reply #14 on: December 01, 2011, 10:16:36 pm »
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You've missed quite a few of mine.

I'm sorry, mate. If you message me the links in the gallery, I'm happy to edit my earlier posts, or you can post them up in the thread yourself. I went through the demographics maps gallery folder, but I figured there may have been others I'd missed that may or may not have been in that folder (I had to search on Toronto to find the one of Al's).
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« Reply #15 on: December 01, 2011, 10:28:30 pm »
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Found some more (did a search in the Gallery for anything with a keyword of Canada).

Here's one Earl did on Religion across Canada:

Religion in Canada by Census Division




And another few by Earl, focusing on Ontario:

Religion in Ontario by Canadian Federal Riding




Percentage Identifying as Non-Religious in Ontario by Canadian Federal Riding



Dean Sherratt noted that the high proportion in the vicinity of Markham was probably due to the large proportion of ethnically Chinese people living there, who see Confucianism as a philosophy rather than a religion (see comments to the map in the gallery).


Percentage Protestant in Ontario by Canadian Federal Riding




And another by Earl:

Percentage Catholic in Ottawa by Neighbourhood

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« Reply #16 on: December 01, 2011, 10:35:46 pm »
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I hope I didn't offend any Catholics with my key on that map Smiley
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« Reply #17 on: December 01, 2011, 10:48:34 pm »
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A couple of Ethnicity maps put together by Earl:

Ethnicity by Canadian Census Division




Proportion Identifying with Irish Ancestory in Ontario




Another map by Earl, looking at percentage African American:

Percentage African American by Canadian Census District




Hashemite uploaded this Aboriginal Identity map of Alberta:

Alberta Aboriginal Identity by Canadian Federal Riding




I recall seeing another one of proportion Aboriginal throughout Northern Canada (including the Northern half of the Western provinces) but couldn't find it today. Anyone know where it's hidden?
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There's a subtle translation issue with the ethnic origin, since up until the 1960's and the simultaneous rise of Québécois identity and the adoption by Anglophones of Canadian rather than British imperial national symbolism, Francophones generally used "canadien" just for themselves and "anglais" for other Canadians, and this usage of "canadien" still exists in a historical context.
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There's a subtle translation issue with the ethnic origin, since up until the 1960's and the simultaneous rise of Québécois identity and the adoption by Anglophones of Canadian rather than British imperial national symbolism, Francophones generally used "canadien" just for themselves and "anglais" for other Canadians, and this usage of "canadien" still exists in a historical context.

Still, I remember than we entered French as our ancestry on the last Census form.
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« Reply #20 on: December 02, 2011, 12:22:47 am »
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My religion map was by riding and used Orange for Prots and Green for RC Tongue
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« Reply #21 on: December 02, 2011, 12:48:17 am »
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My religion map was by riding and used Orange for Prots and Green for RC Tongue

Upload it anyway! It doesn't hurt to have more than one copy.
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« Reply #22 on: December 02, 2011, 10:34:11 am »
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There are already quite a few demographic maps in the Gallery, uploaded by other posters, but I thought that it might be helpful to collate some of them in a thread. We could do them by province, and/or federally, but it is probably easier to put all of them in one thread, so that we don't have multiple threads with few entries.

This first one was uploaded by Al:

Percent Francophone by Canadian Federal Riding






So, here what could be a independant free Quebec :


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« Reply #23 on: December 02, 2011, 08:17:38 pm »
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There's a subtle translation issue with the ethnic origin, since up until the 1960's and the simultaneous rise of Québécois identity and the adoption by Anglophones of Canadian rather than British imperial national symbolism, Francophones generally used "canadien" just for themselves and "anglais" for other Canadians, and this usage of "canadien" still exists in a historical context.

Still, I remember than we entered French as our ancestry on the last Census form.

Cool. There was a noticeable drop in the amount of people who said Canadian in 2006 compared to 2001 across the country, which made for a more interesting map.
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« Reply #24 on: December 04, 2011, 09:58:56 pm »
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There are already quite a few demographic maps in the Gallery, uploaded by other posters, but I thought that it might be helpful to collate some of them in a thread. We could do them by province, and/or federally, but it is probably easier to put all of them in one thread, so that we don't have multiple threads with few entries.

This first one was uploaded by Al:

Percent Francophone by Canadian Federal Riding






So, here what could be a independant free Quebec :



Due to the color scale, some of those dark purple areas are Francophone minority.
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