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71-001-XIE
Labour Force Information
February 2005

Reference maps

Census metropolitan areas (CMAs)

Newfoundland and Labrador
St. John's

 
Nova Scotia
Halifax (N.S.)

New Brunswick
Saint John
Quebec
Saguenay
Montréal - 1
Montréal - 2
Montréal - 3
Ottawa - Gatineau
Québec - 1
Québec - 2

Sherbrooke
Trois-Rivières
Ontario
Hamilton
Kingston
Kitchener
London
Oshawa
Ottawa - Gatineau
St. Catharines - Niagara
Sudbury
Thunder Bay
Toronto
Windsor
Manitoba
Winnipeg
Saskatchewan
Regina
Saskatoon
Alberta
Calgary
Edmonton
British Columbia
Abbotsford
Vancouver
Victoria

Economic regions (ERs)
Eastern (includes Atlantic provinces, northern Ontario and Quebec)
Western (includes western provinces and prairies)
Central (includes southern Ontario and Quebec)

The boundaries of Employment Insurance Regions are determined by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC). For maps of these regions, and further information on the Employment Insurance program, visit the HRSDC website at http://www14.hrdc-drhc.gc.ca/ei-ae/canadaei.html.

 



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