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    Self-contained labour areas: A proposed delineation and classification by degree of rurality

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    Tables

    Table 1 Population by size of self-contained labour area (excluding SLAs comprised of only one census subdivision), Canada, 2006

    Appendix Table A1 Distribution of self-contained labour areas (SLAs) by population size, comparing SLAs with one and with two or more component census subdivisions, Canada, 2006

    Appendix Table A2 Population by size of self-contained labour area (includes smaller 336 SLAs where only one census subdivision comprises the SLA), Canada, 2006

    Appendix Table A3 Population in self-contained labour areas classified by the highest ranking component census subdivision in the Statistical Area Classification, Canada, 2006

    Appendix Table A4 Population in self-contained labour areas classified by the percent of population residing in census rural areas, Canada, 2006

    Appendix Table A5  Number of self-contained labour areas classified in two dimensions of the degree of rurality, Canada, 2006

    Appendix Table A6 Population of self-contained labour areas classified in two dimensions of the degree of rurality, Canada, 2006

    Appendix Table A7 Concordance of each census subdivision to each self-contained labour area, Canada, 2006 (We show four selected self-contained labour areas; the complete table is available from the authors upon request.)

    Figures

    Figure 1  In 2006, 7% of Canadians lived in a "strictly-RST" self-contained labour area

    Figure 2  In 2006, 8% of Canadians lived in a "mainly-census-rural" self-contained labour area

    Maps

    Map 1 Self-contained labour areas, Canada, 2006

    Map 2 Self-contained labour areas (SLA) classified by "highest ranking component census subdivision (CSD)" according to the Statistical Area Classification, Canada, 2006

    Map 3 Self-contained labour areas classified by percent of the population residing in census rural areas, Canada, 2006

    Map 4 Self-contained labour areas (SLA), Southern Ontario, 2006

    Map 5 Census subdivisions classified by metropolitan influenced zones, Southern Ontario, 2006

    Map 6 Self-contained labour areas (SLA), Southern Ontario, 2006

    Map 7 Share (percent) of population within each self-contained labour area that lives in Census rural areas, Southern Ontario, 2006

    Map 8 Self-contained labour areas with an overlay of the of the 2006 highway network, Southern Ontario, 2006

    Map 9 Self-contained labour areas (SLA), Southern Ontario, 2006

    Map 10 Provincial health regions for Southern Ontario (each colour represents a peer group), 2008

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