Geographic area amalgamations
Due to confidentiality constraints, when the data for a geographic area has very few farms, it is combined with the data from another census division.
The table below lists the geographic amalgamations, by census division and census consolidated subdivisions, within a province. This is the census division and census consolidated subdivision for which data are available.
- The first column lists the names of the census divisions where an amalgamation took place. The name of the census division that is the largest component of the amalgamation is in bold type with its component census divisions, if necessary, listed beneath.
- The second column contains the codes for the geographic areas - two digits for the province, two digits for the census agricultural region, two digits for the census division and three digits for the census consolidated subdivision.
- The third column lists the names of the census consolidated subdivisions affected by the census division amalgamation.
Geographic amalgamations and their components
|Census Division/Name of Amalgamation||2016 Identification||Census Consolidated Subdivision
Names of Components
|Newfoundland and Labrador|
|Division No.6Table 1 Note 1||100206000|
|100206014||Division No. 6, Subdivision C|
|Division No.3Table 1 Note 2||100203001||Division No. 3, Subd. A|
|ManicouaganTable 1 Note 1||240296000|
|Sept-Rivières–CaniapiscauTable 1 Note 2||240297022||Port-Cartier|
|Minganie–Le Golfe-du-Saint-LaurentTable 1 Note 2||240298045||Longue-Point-de-Mingan|
|Bulkley-NechakoTable 1 Note 1||590751000|
|StikineTable 1 Note 2||590757022||Stikine Region|