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Using Languages at Work in Canada, 2006 Census: Data tables and figures


Data Tables

Table 1 Number and proportion of the most common groups of non-official mother tongue who use a non-official language at work (most often and regularly), Montréal, Toronto and Vancouver CMAs, 2006

Table A1.1 Number and proportion of Francophone workers who use more than one language at work, Canada, provinces, territories and Canada less Quebec, 2001 and 2006

Table A1.2 Number and proportion of Anglophone workers who use more than one language at work, Canada, provinces, territories and Canada less Quebec, 2001 and 2006

Table A1.3 Number and proportion of Allophone workers who use more than one language at work, Canada, provinces, territories and Canada less Quebec, 2001 and 2006

Table A1.4 Number and proportion of all workers who use more than one language at work Canada, provinces, territories and Canada less Quebec, 2001 and 2006

Table A2.1 Number and proportion of Francophone workers who use French most often or regularly at work, Canada, provinces, territories and Canada less Quebec, 2001 and 2006

Table A2.2 Number and proportion of Anglophone workers who use French most often or regularly at work, Canada, provinces, territories and Canada less Quebec, 2001 and 2006

Table A2.3 Number and proportion of Allophone workers who use French most often or regularly at work, Canada, provinces, territories and Canada less Quebec, 2001 and 2006

Table A2.4 Number and proportion of all workers who use French most often or regularly at work, Canada, provinces, territories and Canada less Quebec, 2001 and 2006

Table A3.1 Number and proportion of Francophone workers who use English most often or regularly at work, Canada, provinces, territories and Canada less Quebec, 2001 and 2006

Table A3.2 Number and proportion of Anglophone workers who use English most often or regularly at work, Canada, provinces, territories and Canada less Quebec, 2001 and 2006

Table A3.3 Number and proportion of Allophone workers who use English most often or regularly at work, Canada, provinces, territories and Canada less Quebec, 2001 and 2006

Table A3.4 Number and proportion of all1 workers who use English most often or regularly at work, Canada, provinces, territories and Canada less Quebec, 2001 and 2006

Table A4.1 Number and proportion of allophone workers who use a language other than English or French most often or regularly at work, Canada, provinces, territories and Canada less Quebec, 2001 and 2006

Table A4.2 Number and proportion of all1 workers who use a language other than English or French most

Figures

Figure 1 Predominant use of English or French at work, among immigrant workers, by period of immigration, Quebec, 2001 and 2006

Figure 2 Predominant use of English or French at work among immigrant allophone workers, by period of immigration, Quebec, 2001 and 2006

Figure 3 Use of French and English most often at work, Quebec and some of its regions, 2006

Figure 4 Use of a language other than English or French at work among allophone workers, in Montréal, Toronto and Vancouver CMAs, 2001 and 2006

Figure 5 Language used most often at work among immigrant allophones, by period of immigration, Vancouver CMA, 2001 and 2006