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Map 15.3 Population earnings $100,000 and over by census division (CD)

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Percent of the population earning $100,000 and over, by census division.

Census divisions in Canada were divided into four groups. The groups are ranked from the highest to the lowest percentage of the population earning $100,000 and over. The white area on the map represents sparsely populated regions in Canada and is not associated with a percentage.

On this map, Group 1 is dark green, group 2 is green, group 3 is light green, and group 4 is pale green.

The national percentage is included at the beginning of the following table, followed by the number of census divisions per group.

The national percentage is 6.34%.

Source: Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 2006.

Each census division is coloured according to the following data table:

Map 15.3 Population earnings $100,000 and over by census division (CD)
  Number of census divisions Group Colour
Population earning 100,000 and over      
10% and above 9 1 Dark green
4% to 10% 92 2 Green
2% to 4% 103 3 Light green
Less than 2% 83 4 Pale green