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GeoSearch 2011 - Provinces / Territories (PR/T)
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Geographic area: Province/Territory
Geographic code: 13

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Table search results for: New Brunswick, CANADA
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Place name (Geographic code)
CANADA (01)
Type ... ...
Boundary PR/T ...
Geographic code 13
01
2011 Census
Population and dwelling counts
Population 751,171 33,476,688
Total private dwellings 348,465 14,569,633
Private dwellings occupied by usual residents 314,007 13,320,614
Age and sex Footnote 1
Total - Age and sex 751,17533,476,685
Age
0 to 14 years 113,5755,607,345
15 to 64 years 513,96022,924,285
65 years and over 123,6354,945,060
Sex
Male 366,44016,414,225
Female 384,73517,062,460
Census family structure
Total number of census families 224,5909,389,700
Number of married-couple families 152,4556,293,950
Number of common-law couple families 35,9451,567,905
Number of lone-parent families 36,1901,527,840
Number of female lone-parent families 28,7401,200,295
Number of male lone-parent families 7,450327,550
Private household type
Total number of private households 314,00513,320,615
Households containing a couple (married or common-law) with children aged 24 and under at home 74,7153,524,915
Households containing a couple (married or common-law) without children aged 24 and under at home Footnote 2 108,0403,935,540
Lone-parent family households 32,9351,375,450
One-person households 81,7003,673,305
Other household types Footnote 3 16,615811,405
Average number of persons in private households 2.32.5
Marital status
Total population 15 years and over by marital status 637,59027,869,340
Married or living with a common-law partner 382,31016,084,490
Married (and not separated) 310,31012,941,960
Living common-law 72,0003,142,525
Not married and not living with a common-law partner 255,28511,784,855
Single (never legally married) 159,7607,816,045
Separated, but still legally married 21,035698,240
Divorced 32,9301,686,035
Widowed 41,5601,584,530
Occupied private dwelling characteristics
Total private dwellings occupied by usual residents 314,00513,320,615
Single-detached houses 220,1807,329,150
Semi-detached houses 10,810646,245
Row houses 7,835791,595
Apartments or flats in a duplex 14,110704,480
Apartments in a building with fewer than five storeys 42,0352,397,550
Apartments in a building with five or more storeys 3,9851,234,770
Other dwellings Footnote 4 15,050216,820
Language characteristics
Total population excluding institutional residents 739,90033,121,175
Mother tongue
English 479,93518,858,975
French 233,5307,054,970
Non-official languages 18,3906,567,685
Aboriginal languages 2,545200,725
Non-Aboriginal languages 15,8506,366,960
English and French 6,585144,685
English and non-official language 1,120396,330
French and non-official language 25074,430
English, French and non-official language 9024,095
Knowledge of official languages
English only 426,67522,564,665
French only 66,3754,165,015
English and French 245,8905,795,575
Neither English nor French 960595,920
Language spoken most often at home
English 512,11521,457,075
French 209,8856,827,865
Non-official languages 9,3103,673,865
Aboriginal languages 1,130121,810
Non-Aboriginal languages 8,1803,552,055
English and French 6,230131,205
English and non-official language 2,020875,135
French and non-official language 180109,705
English, French and non-official language 16046,330
First official language spoken
English only 502,04524,662,895
French only 234,4057,507,885
English and French 2,580367,635
Neither English nor French 870582,755

Footnotes

Footnote 1

Return to footnote 1 referrer All counts in census tabulations are subjected to random rounding. More information.

Footnote 2

Return to footnote 2 referrer 'Without children' includes households containing a couple with all children in the home aged 25 and over.

Footnote 3

Return to footnote 3 referrer 'Other' refers to two or more people who share a private household, but who do not consitute a census family.

Footnote 4

Return to footnote 4 referrer Includes other single-attached houses, mobile homes and other movable dwellings such as houseboats and railroad cars.


How to cite:
Statistics Canada. 2012. GeoSearch. 2011 Census. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 92-142-XWE. Ottawa, Ontario. Data updated October 24, 2012.
http://geodepot.statcan.gc.ca/GeoSearch2011-GeoRecherche2011/GeoSearch2011-GeoRecherche2011.jsp?lang=E&otherLang=F
(accessed 2016-05-29)