Table 12 
Regional unemployment rates used by the Employment Insurance program,1, 9 three-month moving average, seasonally adjusted 

Regional unemployment rates used by the Employment Insurance program,, three-month moving average, seasonally adjusted
  June 6, 2021 to July 10, 2021
  %
Newfoundland and Labrador  
St. John's 13.1
Newfoundland and Labrador2 17.4
Prince Edward Island3  
Charlottetown 13.1
Prince Edward Island4 13.1
Nova Scotia  
Eastern Nova Scotia 13.5
Western Nova Scotia 13.1
Halifax 13.1
New Brunswick  
Fredericton–Moncton–Saint John 13.1
Madawaska–Charlotte 13.1
Restigouche–Albert 13.1
Quebec  
Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine 13.4
Québec 13.1
Trois-Rivières 13.1
South Central Quebec 13.1
Sherbrooke 13.1
Montérégie 13.1
Montréal 13.1
Central Quebec 13.1
North Western Quebec 13.1
Lower Saint Lawrence and North Shore 13.1
Hull 13.1
Chicoutimi–Jonquière 13.1
Ontario  
Ottawa 13.1
Eastern Ontario 13.1
Kingston 13.1
Central Ontario 13.1
Oshawa 13.1
Toronto 13.1
Hamilton 13.1
St. Catharines 13.1
London 13.1
Niagara 13.1
Windsor 13.1
Kitchener 13.1
Huron 13.1
South Central Ontario 13.1
Sudbury 13.1
Thunder Bay 13.1
Northern Ontario 13.1
Manitoba  
Winnipeg 13.1
Southern Manitoba 13.1
Northern Manitoba 29.1
Saskatchewan  
Regina 13.1
Saskatoon 13.1
Southern Saskatchewan 13.1
Northern Saskatchewan 16.9
Alberta  
Calgary 13.1
Edmonton 13.1
Northern Alberta 13.1
Southern Alberta 13.1
British Columbia  
Southern Interior British Columbia 13.1
Abbotsford 13.1
Vancouver 13.1
Victoria 13.1
Southern Coastal British Columbia 13.1
Northern British Columbia 13.1
Territories3,5  
Whitehorse 13.1
Yukon6 13.1
Yellowknife 13.1
Northwest Territories7 13.1
Iqaluit 13.1
Nunavut8 13.9
Note(s):
All regions are based on the 1996 Census boundaries, with the exception of those in Prince Edward Island and in the territories, which respect the 2011 Census boundaries.
Source(s):
Table 14-10-0354-01 (formerly CANSIM table 282-0168).
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