In-Depth Reports 2001-2006
This section contains in-depth reports on data from the 2001 and 2006 Censuses for Peel and the GTA.
2006 Census In-Depth Reports
The following reports were presented to Regional Council’s General Committee and contain findings on all Census 2006 Releases. The summary presentation is also provided below and covers data from all reports.
This report covers the first preliminary release on population and dwelling counts.
This report covers the first four census releases (released March – December 2007):
- Population and dwelling counts
- Age and sex
- Marital status, common-law status, families, household formation and dwelling characteristics
- Language, immigration, citizenship, mobility and migration
This report covers the second four census releases (released January - May 2008):
- Aboriginal peoples
- Labour market activity, industry, occupation, education, language spoken at work, place of work and mode of transportation
- Ethnic origin and visible minorities
- Income, earnings and shelter costs
This presentation provides a summary of all highlights and includes census maps on key relevant trends in Peel Region.
An analysis of 2006 Population and Dwelling Counts in Peel and the GTA.
2001 Census In-Depth Reports
This section contains in-depth reports about census data. The following reports summarize findings from the 1991, 1996 and 2001 Censuses.
Explores the changing distribution of Peelís population by age and sex.
Examines the differences between male and female average incomes and lists the most popular post-secondary fields of study.
Lists the most common non-official home language in Peel.
Focuses on changes in household size, home ownership and household type.
Discusses recent trends in immigration and the most common places of birth of immigrants.
Examines the median income of households and individuals, the widening income gap and the percentage of the population living in poverty.
Reviews the proportion of males and females in the labour force and the most popular occupation categories.
Analyzes the diverse range of census family structures such as married couples (with or without children), common-law couples, lone parent families and more.
Mobility measures whether or not a person has moved since the previous census. This report compares the number of people that have moved with the number of people that have not moved. It also discusses whether the people that moved previously lived in the same municipality, a different municipality within the province, another province, or another country.
Investigates the proportion of persons who identify themselves as being non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour and lists Peelís most prevalent visible minority groups.
Information from the 2001 and 2006 Censuses for each ward in Peel.
Statistics from the 2006 Census on a variety of topics.
Statistics from the 2001 Census on a variety of topics.
Statistics from the 1996 Census on a variety of topics.
Regional orientation maps and maps of areas used for analyzing data.
A description of the Peel Data Centreís vast data holdings.