Appendix 2
Agricultural sector and official language minorities in the census subdivisions

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Municipalities (census subdivisions) where the concentration (strong and average presence) of the official language minority and the population of the agricultural sector is represented in the population aged 15 and older, province of Québec, National Household Survey 2011

Strong Presence (2 Municipalities)
A census subdivision having a strong concentration of the official language minority and of the population that lives from the agricultural sector is defined by:

Très-Saint-Sacrement

Clarendon

Average presence (41 municipalities)
A census subdivision having an average concentration between the official language minority and the population that lives from the agricultural sector is defined by:

Saint-Isidore-de-Clifton

Ulverton

Saint-Herménégilde

Compton

Frelighsburg

Bedford

Dunham

Brigham

Saint-Félix-de-Kingsey

Durham-Sud

Lacolle

Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle

Havelock

Howick

Dundee

Saint-Télesphore

Très-Saint-Rédempteur

Lochaber

Lochaber-Partie-Ouest

Stanbridge Station

Saint-Georges-de-Clarenceville

Newport

Bury

Hatley

Noyan

Hemmingford

Franklin

Godmanchester

Arundel

Thorne

Melbourne

Barnston-Ouest

Stanstead-Est

Saint-Armand

Abercorn

Stanbridge East

Hinchinbrooke

Elgin

Mulgrave-et-Derry

Litchfield

Bristol

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