Table 4
Beneficiaries receiving regular benefits by census metropolitan areas1 – Unadjusted for seasonality

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Beneficiaries receiving regular benefits by census metropolitan areas1 – Unadjusted for seasonality
  July 2010 July 2011p July 2010 to July 2011 July 2010 to July 2011
  number change in number % change
Newfoundland and Labrador        
St. John's 5,100 4,270 -830 -16.3
Nova Scotia        
Halifax 6,320 5,190 -1,130 -17.9
New Brunswick        
Saint John 3,140 2,870 -270 -8.6
Quebec        
Saguenay 4,190 3,440 -750 -17.9
Québec 11,540 8,080 -3,460 -30.0
Sherbrooke 3,100 2,250 -850 -27.4
Trois-Rivières 3,780 3,350 -430 -11.4
Montréal 70,630 52,860 -17,770 -25.2
Ottawa–Gatineau, Gatineau part 4,200 3,250 -950 -22.6
Ontario        
Ottawa–Gatineau, Ottawa part 9,990 6,940 -3,050 -30.5
Kingston 2,090 1,470 -620 -29.7
Oshawa 6,160 4,460 -1,700 -27.6
Toronto 87,600 64,070 -23,530 -26.9
Hamilton 10,750 7,510 -3,240 -30.1
St. Catharines–Niagara 8,170 5,600 -2,570 -31.5
Kitchener–Cambridge–Waterloo 7,460 5,510 -1,950 -26.1
London 7,900 5,950 -1,950 -24.7
Windsor 6,650 5,250 -1,400 -21.1
Greater Sudbury 4,310 2,250 -2,060 -47.8
Thunder Bay 2,380 1,340 -1,040 -43.7
Manitoba        
Winnipeg 8,910 6,010 -2,900 -32.5
Saskatchewan        
Regina 1,800 1,050 -750 -41.7
Saskatoon 3,060 1,990 -1,070 -35.0
Alberta        
Calgary 15,210 9,680 -5,530 -36.4
Edmonton 15,280 9,860 -5,420 -35.5
British Columbia        
Abbotsford–Mission 3,180 2,710 -470 -14.8
Vancouver 35,340 23,750 -11,590 -32.8
Victoria 3,760 2,890 -870 -23.1
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Note(s):
The number of beneficiaries receiving regular benefits excludes claimants receiving training, job creation and self-employment benefits as well as other employment and support measures benefits.