Charlotte English FINAL

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Published on March 12, 2008

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Slide1:  Enterprise Charlotte Slide2:  Fundy South East Moncton Kent Miramichi Peninsula Acadienne Chaleur Restigouche Madawaska Grand Falls Carleton Central Charlotte Saint John Fredericton New Brunswick Profile Français / French Slide3:  On the Web Canadian Climate Normals, 1971-2000 NBCC Summary Information Total Population by Major Field of Study Total Population by Highest Education Level Attained Educational Infrastructure Employment Insurance Claims Social Assistance Family Total Income Composition of Total Income Individual Total Income Top Five Occupational Groupings Labour Force by Broad Occupational Categories Unemployment Rate, 2001 Participation Rate, 2001 Employment Rate, 2001 Main Labour Force Characteristics Tourism Infrastructure & Occupancy, 2002 Manufacturing & Selected Services Census Farms by County, 2001 Number of Establishments by Size, 2001 Percentage of Establishments by Industry, 2001 Percentage of Labour Force by Industry, 2001 Labour Force Survey Linguistic Breakdown Seniors (65 +) as a Percentage of the Population The 45 – 64 Age Bracket as a Percentage of the Population, 2001 The 20 – 44 Age Bracket as a Percentage of the Population, 2001 Youth as a Percentage of the Population, 2001 Population Change by Component Population Change, 1996-2001 2001 Population Density 2001 Population Distribution Highway & Major Communities Census Sub-Divisions Profile Index Slide4:  LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Census Sub-Divisions Clicking on Census Sub-Divisions names or regions brings up the Statistics Canada Community Profile for that region. Source: Statistics Canada, Community Profiles, 2001 Census Slide5:  Saint Andrews St. George St. Stephen Grand Manan Blacks Harbour Highways & Major Communities Source: Tourism & Parks New Brunswick, Travel Map, 2002 Slide6:  St. Stephen is the most populated community amongst a number of small communities located across the region. LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Source: Statistics Canada, Community Profiles, 2001 Census 2001 Population Distribution Slide7:  The municipalities of St. Stephen, St. Andrews, Blacks Harbour and St. George respectively, have the highest population densities. LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Source: Statistics Canada, Community Profiles, 2001 Census 2001 Population Density Slide8:  Overall, the Enterprise Charlotte region population hasn’t changed since 1996, however, some communities experienced significant population growth. LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Source: Statistics Canada, Community Profiles, 2001 Census Population Change, 1996-2001 Slide9:  Since rising death rates now exceed births, this has resulted in a natural population decrease, which is offset by an increasingly positive net in-migration from other countries and provinces. CAUTION: Scales differ between charts. Source:  Adapted from Statistics Canada, Annual Demographic Statistics, 2001, Cat. No.91-213 Charlotte County (Population Change) Slide10:  Overall, the Enterprise Charlotte region youth population hasn’t changed since 1996, while some communities experienced significant population growth. LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Source: Statistics Canada, Community Profiles, 2001 Census Youth as % of Population Slide11:  The proportion of the population between the ages of 20 and 44 is approximately the same as it is for NB and Canada. This age group is concentrated in the middle and western areas of the region. LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Source: Statistics Canada, Community Profiles, 2001 Census 20 – 44 Age Breakdown Slide12:  The portion of the population between ages 45 and 64 represents 25% of the population of the region. This population tends to be concentrated in the eastern portion of the region LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Source: Statistics Canada, Community Profiles, 2001 Census 45 – 64 Age Breakdown Slide13:  The Enterprise Charlotte region has a slightly higher percentage of seniors than the Province and Canada with the resort town of St. Andrews having the largest percentage within the region. LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Source: Statistics Canada, Community Profiles, 2001 Census Seniors (65+) as % of Population, 2001 Slide14:  A relatively low proportion, 8.4%, of the Enterprise Charlotte population indicated that they had knowledge of both official languages; this is 25.8 percentage points lower than the rate for New Brunswick as a whole (34.2%). Linguistic Breakdown Source: Stats Can, 2001 Census Slide15:  Source: Statistics Canada, Labour Force Survey Historical Review, 2003 Southwest ER* 1987 - 2003 * Saint John Labour Force Survey The Southwest Economic Region covers the counties of Charlotte, Kings and Saint John. *Southwest Economic Region (Southwest ER) Slide16:  % of Labour Force by Industry*, 2001 Source: Statistics Canada, Special Tabulation, 2001 Census *Industry divisions based on North American Industry Classification System –see guide for further explanation. Slide17:  % of Establishments by Industry*, 2001 *Industry divisions based on North American Industry Classification System –see guide for further explanation. Source: Statistics Canada, Business Register, 2001 Slide18:  Source: Statistics Canada, Business Register, 2001 Number of Establishments by Size*, 2001 *An establishment operating in more than one province is classed to a size according to its employment total for Canada, not for an area in a specific province. Thus the establishment classed as 500+ in this chart really means there is an establishment operating in this region of New Brunswick whose Canadian employment is 500+ even if it may employ fewer than 500 in this Enterprise region. Slide19:  All Census Farms Total 127 – 4.2% of NB total Average hectares 86 (NB 128) Average market value of farm capital $267K (NB $501K) Average gross farm receipts (excluding forest products sold) $45K (NB $147K) Farms - Gross Receipts >= $2,500 Total 97- 3.8% of NB total Key types: Fruit 49, Cattle 16, Greenhouse 16 Farms per 1,000 population 3.54 (NB 3.51) Source: Statistics Canada, Census of Agriculture, 2001 Charlotte County covers 96% of population of the Enterprise Charlotte region Farms – Charlotte County, 2001 Slide20:  Source: Business New Brunswick, Survey of Manufacturing and Selected Services to Industry Firms, 2001 Number of Firms Maximum Employment Manufacturing & Selected Services Slide21:  Source: Tourism & Parks New Brunswick, Top Attractions, 2002 Tourism Infrastructure Slide22:  J L Tourism Occupancy, 1997-2003 Source: Tourism & Parks New Brunswick, Occupancy Survey, 1997-2003 Roofed Accommodation Occupancy Rates Averaged over the Period 1997-2003 (%) Enterprise Charlotte Tourism Regions G Slide23:  The unemployment rate for the Enterprise Charlotte region is higher than the overall rate for NB. Males have a lower unemployment rate and a higher participation rate than females. Main Labour Force Characteristics Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations) Slide24:  The employment rate is slightly lower than the overall rate for NB and lower than the overall rate for Canada. Rates range from 43.2% in Campobello to 62.9% in Dumbarton Parish. LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Employment Rate, 2001 Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations) Slide25:  At 62.7%, the labour participation rate for Enterprise Charlotte is consistent with the oveall rates for NB and Canada. The participation rate tends to be higher in the coastal areas of the region. LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Participation Rate, 2001 Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations) Slide26:  Although the unemployment rate is slightly lower than the overall rate for NB, high rates are seen in Blacks Harbour, Campobello and Grand Manan. LEGEND (PAR) = Parish (VL) = Village (T) = Town (C) = City (R) = Reserve Unemployment Rate, 2001 Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations) Slide27:  Men are most likely to be working in the trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations category and women are working in sales and service occupations. Occupational Categories Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations) Slide28:  Men are working in the same occupations as seen provincially; however, more women are working in primary industries in the Enterprise Charlotte region than reported provincially. Occupational Categories Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations) Slide29:  Individual Total Income In comparison to the provincial rates, there is a 1.3% increase of individuals earning under $30,000 and a 1% decrease of individuals earning over $30,000. Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations) Slide30:  Composition of Total Income In comparison to the provincial rates, people are more dependent on government transfer payments by a difference of 2%. New Brunswick Charlotte Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations) Slide31:  Family Total Income In comparison to the provincial rates, families earning under $40,000 and families earning over $40,000 follow the same rates of the Province. Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations) Slide32:  Social Assistance The Saint John Family and Community Services regional office covers the Enterprise Charlotte region. During the June 2003 to May 2004 period, the Saint John FCS office handled on average 1,793 cases monthly: those cases comprise 3,202 individuals. Of the 1,793 cases on file, 433 cases are classified as "long term" cases. These "long term" cases comprise 547 individuals. Slide33:  Employment Insurance The chart above demonstrates that for the period 1997-1998, the average number of active claims increased. From 1999 to 2000, the numbers dropped and began to rise steadily from 2001 to 2004. Slide34:  Employment Insurance The same basic trend can be seen for New Brunswick overall over the same period, as shown in the chart above. Slide35:  Employment Insurance For Enterprise Charlotte, the proportion of average monthly EI claims to total population varied from a low of 8.9% to a high of 10.9% in the time period 1997 to 2004. This is higher than the provincial average. Slide36:  Educational Infrastructure Slide37:  Total Population by Highest Education Level Attained The highest education level attained among individuals in the Enterprise Charlotte region is consistent with the population in NB; however, less individuals in Enterprise Charlotte region have a university level education. New Brunswick Charlotte Source: Statistics Canada , 2001 Census (Custom Tabulations) Slide38:  Total Population by Major Field of Study * Percentages may not total 100% due to rounding (Source: Statistics Canada - 2001 Census) Slide39:  NBCC St Andrews Summary Information [1] Retention Rate = % of students completing academic year. [2] Graduation Rate = % of eligible students who graduate) [3] Related Employment = % of employment related to training (directly or indirectly) Highlights: NBCC – St. Andrews has three areas of specialization: Marine / Technology, Trades / International, and Hospitality / Tourism. The college offers programming that allows students the ability to live and study around the world. Sources: Annual Report 2002-2003; 2005-2006 Calendar; Survey of 2003 New Brunswick Community College Graduates. Slide40:  Canadian Climate Normals 1971-2000 Source: Environment Canada, 2004 Code: "A": No more than 3 consecutive or 5 total missing years between 1971 to 2000. "B": At least 25 years of record between 1971 and 2000. "C": At least 20 years of record between 1971 and 2000. "D": At least 15 years of record between 1971 and 2000. Pennfield, New Brunswick Latitude: 45° 6' N / Longitude: 66° 43' W / Elevation: 22.90 m Climate ID: 8103845 * This station does not meet WMO standards for temperature and precipitation. Slide41:  On the Web Community Web Sites Partners Web Sites Our Web Sites URL: http://www.ent-charlotte.ca/

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