1 Release 1 Population and Dwelling Counts Population Counts Quick Facts In 2016, Conception Bay South had a population of 26,199, representing a percentage change of 5.4% from This compares to the provincial average growth of 1.0%. In the last 15 years, Conception Bay South has had a total population growth of 6,427. In the last 5 years, the average annual growth rate has been 1.1% or 270 residents per year. Comparatively, the Province has grown 0.2% per year, while Canada has grown 1.0% per year. Conception Bay South is part of the census metropolitan area of St. John s, which grew 4.6% in the last 5 years.
2 Release 1 Population and Dwelling Counts Population Comparison
3 Release 1 Population and Dwelling Counts Dwelling Counts Quick Facts In 2016, Conception Bay South had 10,553 private dwellings. The change in private dwellings from 2011 was 10.8%. For the St. John s CMA as a whole, the number of private dwellings increased 9.2%. Conception Bay South has a population density of persons per square kilometre. This compares to the provincial density of 1.4 persons per square kilometre.
4 Release 3 Type of Dwelling Dwelling Characteristics
5 Release 3 Type of Dwelling Persons in Private Households Average Number of Persons in Private Households Quick Facts The average number of persons per household in Conception Bay South is 2.6. In comparison to 2011, this has decreased. When compared to St. John s CMA, the Province and Nation, Conception Bay South has a higher average of persons per household. The largest growth of structure type between 2011 and 2016 continues to be singledetached homes with 410 new homes added. The second largest growth in structure types was in apartment buildings with fewer than five storeys. Comparably, Conception Bay South proportionally added more apartment buildings to its existing stock than the rest of St. John s CMA.
6 Release 5 Families, Household and Marital Status Marital Status Quick Facts Overall the total population by marital status in Conception Bay South has grown across all marital status segments. Married or living with a common-law partner grew by 6% from 2011 to 2016 compared to those who are single or never legally married, which grew by 7%. In 2016, 62% of the male population and 58% of the female population were married or living with a common-law partner. In 2016, 24% of the total male population and 28% of the total female population were single (never married).
7 Release 5 Families, Household and Marital Status Total Number of Census Families in Private Households Quick Facts The total number of census families in private households in Conception Bay South grew by 6% from 2011 to 2016 (net growth of 425 persons) compared to 5% growth in the remaining communities within the St. John s CMA, 1% growth in the province and 5% growth in Canada. The trend toward smaller families is not unique to Conception Bay South. In the St. John s CMA, minus Conception Bay South, the total number of census families in private households grew by 5% and can be largely attributed to the 10% increase of two person families. Provincially, however, there was an overall decline in census families in private households of three persons or more.
8 Release 5 Families, Household and Marital Status Total Number of Children in Census Families Quick Facts Families in Conception Bay South are largely comprised of couple families with one or two children accounting for 90% of couple families. In comparison, 93% of lone parents have either one or two children. Overall couple families represent 3,720 of census families with children. In comparison, lone parent census families with children totalled 1,170. Approximately 44% of the couple families had one child compared to 63% of lone parents with one child.
9 Release 5 Families, Household and Marital Status Families with Children Aged 25 and Over Quick Facts In 2016, 705 census families had children 25 years and older living in the family s primary residence. This represented a 7% growth from 2011 counts and a 14% proportion of all census families. Comparatively, Conception Bay South has a lower percentage of census families with children 25 years and older than both the provincial and national averages. From 2011 to 2016, Canada had a growth of 15% in census families with children 25 years and older.
10 Release 7 Income Median Income of Households Quick Facts In 2015, the median total income of households in Conception Bay South was $90,002, a change of 35.5% from $66,411 in In 2015, 30% of the total households in Conception Bay South had an income of $125,000 or higher. In 2015, the median total income of households in Conception Bay South was higher than St. John s CMA, the province, and the nation totals.
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12 Release 7 Income Low Income In 2015, 2,090 persons or 8.1% were in low income, while in 2005, 12.5% of the persons in Conception Bay South lived in low income. 9.8% of children between the ages of 5-9 and 5.2% of youth between the ages of had low income status in % of persons between years had a low-income rate. For seniors aged 60-64, the low income incidence was 9.7%. Persons living in lone-parent families had a higher rate of low income at 23.9%, while those living in couple families without children had a lower rate of 4.4%.
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14 Release 7 Income Savings In 2015, 68.6% of households in Conception Bay South contributed to Registered Retirement Savings Plans (RRSPs), Registered Pension Plans (RPPs), or Tax-free Savings Accounts (TFSAs). In Newfoundland and Labrador, 54.5% of households contributed to an account while 65.2% of households contributed nationally.
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16 Release 7 Income Income of Couples In 31.7% of couples in Conception Bay South, each partner had fairly equal incomes in 2015 while men had higher income in 54.4% of couples and women had higher income in the remaining 14.1% of couples. For Canada overall, each partner had fairly equal incomes in 32.0% of couples with men having the higher income in 50.7% of couples and women having higher income in 17.3% of couples.
17 Release 8 Immigration and Ethnocultural Diversity Immigrant Population Percentage of immigrant population decreased in Conception Bay South from 2011 to 2016, while it increased in St. John s CMA, Newfoundland, and Canada. Immigrant population in Conception Bay increased from 2011 to 2016 in the age groups of 0-15, and years. Immigrant population decreased from 2011 to 2016 in age groups and 65+. Conception Bay saw an increase in immigration from the Americas, and Asia and Oceania during the periods. Immigration from Europe decreased, and stayed the same from Africa.
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19 Release 8 Immigration and Ethnocultural Diversity Generation Status Conception Bay South sees 95.3% of its immigrant population as a third generation, with 1.8% and 2.9% being first and second generation respectively. When compared to Canada, Conception Bay South has a significantly low first and second generation immigration percentage.
20 Release 8 Immigration and Ethnocultural Diversity Visible Minority Population While small (0.5%), Conception Bay South saw an increase in the percentage of visible minorities from 2011 to However, this increase in visible minorities was far outpaced by the increase in St. John s CMA and Canada (5% in St. John s and 4.2% in Canada).
21 Release 8 Immigration and Ethnocultural Diversity Ethnic and Cultural Origins of the Population Conception Bay South s population majority originates from other Northern American origins, with the second most coming from European origins.
22 Release 9 Housing Housing Tenure Conception Bay South experiences a higher percentage of home ownership than St. John s, Newfoundland, and Canada. Renting percentage in Conception Bay South is lower on average than St. John s CMA, Newfoundland, and Canada.
23 Release 9 Housing Housing Suitability, Adequacy and Affordability A lower percentage of Conception bay South s population expressed need for dwelling repairs in comparison to St. John s CMA, the province, and the country. In comparison to higher level geographies, Conception Bay South had the lowest percentage of households not in suitable housing. Conception Bay South also had the lowest percentage of households spending 30% or more of 2015 total income on shelter costs.
24 Release 9 Housing Housing Cost Conception Bay South experienced a higher monthly cost of owned housing per month when compared to the the province, and the country, but less than the average monthly cost in St. John s CMA. The average monthly rental cost in Conception bay South was lower than the Canadian average but higher than both Newfoundland, and St. John s CMA.
25 Release 11 Education Educational Attainment by Population Quick Facts In 2016, 89.1% of people aged 25 to 64 in Conception Bay South had a high school diploma or equivalency certificate, compared with 86.3% in Canada. In Conception Bay South, 18.1% of people aged 25 to 64 had a bachelor s degree or higher, while 35.5% had a college, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma as their highest level education, and 7.5% had an apprenticeship certificate as their highest.
26 Release 11 Education Field of Study Quick Facts Conception Bay South outranked all other comparator regions (St. John s CMA, Newfoundland, and Canada) in percentage of field of study for population aged 25 to 64 in Personal, Protective and Transportation Services. The highest proportion of field of study in Conception Bay South is Architecture, Engineering and Related Fields with 14% of the population aged 25 to 64 having studied in this field.
27 Release 11 Education STEM vs BHASE Quick Facts In Conception Bay South, 11.8% of women aged 25 to 64 with a bachelor s degree or higher studied STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) compared with 36% of men. On the other hand, 88.5% of these women studied BHASE (non-stem) fields of study such as business, humanities, health, arts, social sciences, education, etc., compared with 64% of men.
28 Release 11 Education Location of Study Quick Facts The largest percentage of level of education studying outside of Canada was Bachelor s Degree or Higher with 3%. Across all categories (Apprenticeship or Trades Certificate Diploma, College, CEGEP, or other Non- University Certificate of Diploma, Bachelor s Degree or Higher) Population who studied in the same province of residence was significantly higher than percentage of those studying outside of the province of residence.
29 Release 12 Labour Participation and Unemployment Rates Unemployment rates in Conception Bay South increased for the age group of 15 to 24, and 65+ between 2006 and From 2006 to 2016, unemployment decreased for the 25 to 54 age group. Employment Rates in Conception Bay South increased from 2006 to 2016 for all age groups, but declined for the 15 to 24 age group from to Participation Rates increased for age groups 25+ but decreased for the 15 to 24 age group between 2006 and Conception Bay South had the highest unemployment rate compared to St. John s CMA, Newfoundland, and Canada for all age groups except 15 to 24.
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31 Release 12 Labour Employee vs Self Employed From 2006 to 2016 there was a decrease in the percentage of the self-employed labour force for the age groups of 25 to 64. Percentage of self-employed individuals for the age group of 65+ decreased from 2006 to 2016 by 12.4%. Conception Bay South had the second highest percentage of self-employed individuals when comparing to St. John s CMA, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Canada. Percentage of the workforce who are employees was second lowest for Conception Bay South in comparison to St. John s CMA, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Canada.
32 Release 12 Labour Industry Characteristics Conception Bay South experienced the greatest negative net growth in Administrative and Support, Waste management and Remediation Services, and the greatest positive net growth in Construction between 2011 and 2016 for employed labour force aged 15 years and over. Overall there was a positive net growth of 760 for the total employed labour force between 2011 and Percentage of employed labour force in Conception Bay South aged 15 years and over was higher than all other comparator geographies for in Construction, and Public Administration. The highest percentage of the labour force in Conception Bay South was employed in the Health Care and Social Assistance sub-sector (13.8%) followed by Retail Trade (12.4%). Total Distribution of the Employed Labour Force Aged 15 Years and Over By Industry Sectors, Conception Bay South, 2011 and Net Growth Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Utilities Construction Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing Information and Cultural Industries Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Management of Companies Administrative and Support, Waste Management and Remediation Services Educational Services Health Care and Social Assistance Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Accommodation and Food Services Other Services (except Public Administration) Public Administration Total
33 Release 12 Labour Percentage of the Employed Labour Force Aged 15 Years and Over By Industry Sectors, Conception Bay South and Higher Level Geographies, 2016 Conception Bay South St. John s CMA NFLD Canada Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting 1.00% 0.80% 2.60% 2.40% Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction 4.10% 3.30% 3.80% 1.40% Utilities 1.50% 1.20% 1.10% 0.80% Construction 8.50% 7.40% 8.90% 7.10% Manufacturing 4.90% 4.00% 6.00% 8.80% Wholesale Trade 2.10% 2.90% 2.40% 3.70% Retail Trade 12.90% 12.50% 13.30% 11.50% Transportation and Warehousing 4.10% 4.20% 4.90% 4.80% Information and Cultural Industries 2.10% 2.40% 1.60% 2.30% Finance and Insurance 2.80% 3.00% 2.30% 4.50% Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 1.40% 1.40% 1.00% 1.90% Professional, Scientific and Technical Services 6.90% 7.00% 4.60% 7.40% Management of Companies 0.00% 0.10% 0.10% 0.20% Administrative and Support, Waste Management and Remediation Services 3.00% 3.20% 2.80% 4.20% Educational Services 7.50% 8.60% 7.80% 7.50% Health Care and Social Assistance 13.90% 14.80% 16.00% 12.10% Arts, Entertainment and Recreation 1.10% 1.60% 1.20% 2.00% Accommodation and Food Services 4.60% 7.20% 6.80% 6.90% Other Services (except Public Administration) 4.50% 4.20% 4.40% 4.50% Public Administration 12.40% 10.30% 8.50% 6.30%
34 Release 12 Labour Occupational Characteristics Conception Bay South experienced growth in the labour force in all occupational classifications except Sales and Service. Overall there was a net growth in the employed labour force of 765. Conception Bay South had the highest percentage of the employed labour force in Business, Finance and Administrative Occupations, Trades, Transport and Equipment Operators and Related Occupations compared to St. John s CMA, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Canada. Highest overall percentage of occupational classification in Conception Bay South was Sales and Service Occupations (20.7%). Total Distribution of the Employed Labour Force Aged 15 Years and Over By Occupational Classification, Conception Bay South, 2011 and Net Growth Management Occupations Business, Finance and Administration Occupations Natural and Applied Sciences and Related Occupations Health Occupations Occupations in Education, Law and Social, Community and Government Services Occupations in Art, Culture, Recreation and Sport Sales and Service Occupations Trades, Transport and Equipment Operators and Related Occupations Natural Resources, Agriculture and Related Production Occupations Occupations in Manufacturing and Utilities Total
35 Release 12 Labour Percentage of the Employed Labour Force Aged 15 Years and Over By Occupational Classification, Conception Bay South and Higher Level Geographies, 2016 Conception Bay South St. John s CMA NFLD Canada Management Occupations 9.60% 10.50% 9.20% 11.40% Business, Finance and Administration Occupations 17.40% 16.50% 13.60% 15.90% Natural and Applied Sciences and Related Occupations 8.80% 9.30% 7.00% 7.00% Health Occupations 6.80% 8.50% 8.40% 7.10% Occupations in Education, Law and Social, Community and Government Services 12.40% 13.40% 13.90% 12.00% Occupations in Art, Culture, Recreation and Sport 2.00% 2.80% 1.90% 3.00% Sales and Service Occupations 20.70% 23.30% 22.60% 23.10% Trades, Transport and Equipment Operators and Related Occupations 17.70% 12.40% 16.70% 14.10% Natural Resources, Agriculture and Related Production Occupations 1.80% 1.50% 3.40% 2.10% Occupations in Manufacturing and Utilities 2.70% 1.90% 3.50% 4.40%
36 Release 12 Labour Work Activity in the Past Year Conception Bay South had the highest percentage of individuals working full year, full time in comparison to St. John s CMA, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Canada. Conception Bay South had the smallest percentage of labour force in the not working in comparison to St. John s, Newfoundland, and Canada.
37 Release 13 Journey to Work Main Mode of Commuting In ,915 people drove to work, 550 individuals walked or cycled to work. In comparison, Conception Bay South (88%) has a higher proportion of labourers that commuted to work by vehicle than the National average (74%).
38 Release 13 Journey to Work Average Commute Time The average commute time for the labour force in Conception Bay South was 23.6 minutes, this compares to the national commute time of 26.2 minutes.
39 Release 13 Journey to Work Time Leaving for Work 40% of the labour force in Conception Bay South left for work between the hours of 5am and 6:59am. This compares to the provincial average where 31% left during this time period. The percentage of individuals leaving for work between 9am and 11:59am was smallest for all comparator regions, with only 6% of the labour force leaving during this time period in Conception Bay South. 4,845 individuals leave for work in Conception Bay South between 7am and 7:59am.
40 Release 13 Journey to Work Place of Work Status From 2011 to 2016 there was an increase of 11% in individuals working from home. The increase in workers categorized as usual place of work increased by 4% or 380 people. In Conception Bay South 5% of the labour force worked from home, this compares to the Canadian average where 7% of the labour force worked from home. 12% of the labour forced in Conception Bay South had no fixed workplace address, while 10% had no fixed workplace address in St. John s.
41 Release 15 Mobility and Migration Mobility Status 69% of Conception Bay South residents lived in the same residence in 2016 as five years earlier. The proportion of non-movers in Conception Bay South is higher than St. John s CMA (63%) and Canada (62%), but lower than Newfoundland (71%).
42 Release 15 Mobility and Migration Migration Status In 2016, 69% of migrants to Conception Bay South came from within the province of Newfoundland. Conception Bay South had the highest proportion of intraprovincial migrants when compared to St. John s CMA (57%), Newfoundland and Labrador (59%), and Canada (61%). In 2016, 3% of migrants to Conception Bay South were external migrants (coming from outside of Canada). Conception Bay South had the lowest proportion of external migrants when compared to St. John s CMA (15%), Newfoundland and Labrador (9%), and Canada (24%).
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