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Disability Unemployment Rate by Province Canada

Author: Statistics Canada

Published: 2008-12-27 : (Rev. 2010-10-03)

Synopsis and Key Points:

Unemployment rates for persons with and without disabilities in Canada by provinces.

Main Digest

Unemployment rates for persons with and without disabilities in Canada by provinces.

Overall Unemployment rate of persons WITH a disability in Canada was 10.4%

Unemployment rate of persons WITHOUT a disability in Canada was 6.8%

Unemployment Statistics by Canadian Province

Alberta - with a disability 5.5 % - without a disability 3.5%

British Columbia - with a disability 8.9% - without a disability 5.7%

Manitoba - with a disability 8.9% - without a disability 4.6%

New Brunswick - with a disability 14.4% - without a disability 10.3%

Newfoundland - with a disability 24.8% - without a disability 19.4%

Northwest Territories - with a disability 13.7% - without a disability 9.4%

Nova Scotia - with a disability 14.4% - without a disability 8.3%

Nunavut - with a disability 21.2% - without a disability 14.4%

Ontario - with a disability 10.2% - without a disability 7.0%

Prince Edward Island - with a disability 16.6% - without a disability 11.1%

Quebec - with a disability 14.7% - without a disability 7.9%

Saskatchewan - with a disability 9.7% - without a disability 4.9%

Yukon - with a disability 11.8% - without a disability 9.2%

Unemployment Graph Canada 2006 Statistics

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Source: Statistics Canada, Participation and Activity Limitation Survey, 2006

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