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Census Metropolitan Areas as Culture Clusters
By David Coish
This report is the fourth of a series that develops statistical measures to shed light on issues of importance for Canada 's largest urban areas. Statistics Canada has worked on this project in collaboration with the Cities Secretariat of the Privy Council Office.
This report paints a statistical portrait of culture in Canada 's 27 census metropolitan areas. It examines the culture labour force in these centres, culture programs in universities and colleges and the output of culture firms and organizations. It shows which metropolitan areas are clusters of culture, that is, those that have large concentrations of culture workers, students and firms.
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