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POPULATION STATISTICS CANADA - CITIES PROVINCES & TERRITORIES

Total population of Canada as of January 2004 (estimated) 31,752,842

| Major Cities  |  Provinces & Territories Population |

The following statistics are available from government sources and published also in various Canada Almanacs & Year Books, available from your local bookstore, city public library, and often school-academic libraries.  Canadians, visitors & immigrants often don't know or forget how much this country has grown in the past 50 years (post World War 2 - over 50%), and yet on a world scale, we are still a "small" country with a very large land mass.  For Example: Canada has about the same population as the state of California, yet we have 10 separate provincial-territorial governments for the same number of people.  These population figures give some perspective on the population context of Canada's legal system.

Population of Canada's Provinces and Territories (year 2003)

  • British Columbia [BC]   4,146,600
  • Alberta   3,153,700
  • Saskatchewan   994,800
  • Manitoba   1,162.8
  • Ontario   12,238.3
  • Quebec   7,487,200
  • New Brunswick   750,600
  • Nova Scotia   936,000
  • Prince Edward Island   137,800
  • Newfoundland Labrador   519,600
  • Yukon   31,100
  • North West Territories   41,900
  • Nunavut   29,400
from www.statcan.ca

Population of Canada's Major Cities (year 2002)

  • (metro) Toronto, Ontario   5,029,900
    s/a www.toronto.ca
  • (metro) Montreal  Quebec 3,548,800
    s/a ville.montréal.qc.ca
  • (metro) Vancouver, British Columbia   2,122,700
    s/a city.vancouver.bc.ca
    s/a gvrd.bc.ca/ Greater Vancouver Regional District
  • Ottawa-Hull, Ontario-Quebec  1,128,900
    s/a ottawa.com The offical source of information on Ottawa, Canada / La source officiel d'information au sujet d'Ottawa,
  • Calgary, Alberta   993,200
    s/a calgary.ca
  • Edmonton, Alberta   967,200
    s/a edmonton.ca
  • Quebec (city), Quebec   697,800
    s/a ville.quebec.qc.ca Ville de Québec
  • Winnipeg, Manitoba   677,800
    s/a winnipeg.ca City of Winnipeg
  • Hamilton, Ontario   657,800
    s/a myhamilton.ca City of Hamilton
  • London, Ontario   416,000
  • Kitchener, Ontario   408,500
  • St. Catharines-Niagara, Ontario   387,500
  • Halifax, Nova Scotia   348,900
  • Victoria, British Columbia   316,800
  • Windsor, Ontario   295,900
  • Oshawa, Ontario   287,500
  • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan   229,500
  • Regina, Saskatchewan   199,200
  • St. John's, New Foundland   175,200
  • Chicoutimi-Jonquière, Quebec   141,900
  • Trois-Rivieères, Quebec   141,900
  • Thunder Bay, Ontario   127,500
  • Saint John, New Brunswick   127,500
above from STATISTICS CANADA www.statcan.ca a Canada Government Information Service



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Planning a first career?  Changing careers?  Thinking about immigrating to Canada and want to see if what the market is like for your skill-set?  One job market research information source to look at for a National perspective on Jobs and their Futures in Canada is available from www.jobfutures.ca supported by the Government of Canada.

Links to different Provincial websites dealing with "Job Futures" from Perspective of each Province
www.jobfutures.ca/en/provincial.shtm [note last update on the above web site was May 2003, as noted on March 2004]

The following list of occupations is intended to provide a sample of how many different occupations are covered in the above databases.  We recommend you consider seeking professional vocational-career counseling as an aid to career decision making.

[NB. the number following each job-occupation title is the National Occupation Code (NOC)]
  • Accounting and Related Clerks, 1431
  • Administrative Officers, 1221
  • Administrative Support Clerks, 144
  • Administrators - Post-Secondary Education and Vocational Training, 0312
  • Air Pilots, Flight Engineers and Flying Instructors, 2271
  • Aircraft Mechanics and Aircraft Inspectors, 7315
  • Ambulance Attendants and Other Paramedical Occupations, 3234
  • Announcers and Other Performers, 523
  • Architects, Urban Planners and Land Surveyors, 215
  • Assisting Occupations in Support of Health Services, 341
  • Athletes, Coaches, Referees and Related Occupations, 525
  • Authors and Writers, 5121
  • Automotive Service Technicians, 732
  • Bakers, 6252
  • Banking, Credit and Other Investment Managers, 0122
  • Banking, Insurance and Other Financial Clerks, 1434
  • Bookkeepers, 1231
  • Bus Drivers and Subway and Other Transit Operators, 7412
  • Business Development Officers and Marketing Researchers and Consultants, 4163
  • Butchers and Meat Cutters - Retail and Wholesale, 6251
  • Cabinetmakers, 7272
  • Carpenters, 7271 Canada Work Permits for Carpenters / Skilled Trades People  and Employers  for  BC and Alberta's booming construction and oil sands  mining industries - CLICK TO  CARPENTER POSITIONS / SKILLS IN DEMAND   Alberta / BC
  • Cashiers, 6611
  • Central Control and Process Operators in Manufacturing and Processing, 923
  • Chefs, 6241
  • Chemical Technologists and Technicians, 2211
  • Child Care and Home Support Workers, 647
  • Civil Engineers, 2131
  • Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Chemical Engineers, 213
  • Cleaners, 666
  • Clerical Occupations, General Office Skills, 141
  • Clerical Supervisors, 121
  • College and Other Vocational Instructors, 4131
  • Community and Social Service Workers, 4212
  • Computer Engineers, 2147
  • Computer Programmers, 2163
  • Computer Systems Analysts, 2162
  • Computer and Information Systems Managers, 0213
  • Construction Managers, 0711
  • Construction Millwrights and Industrial Mechanics (Except Textile), 7311 Canada Work Permits for Skilled Trades People  and Employers  for  BC and Alberta's booming construction and oil sands  mining industries - CLICK TO  CanadaTradeJobs.com  on Millwrights skills/knowledge in demand
  • Contractors and Supervisors, Trades and Related Workers, 721
  • Contractors, Operators and Supervisors in Agriculture, Horticulture and Aquaculture, 825
  • Cooks, 6242
  • Couriers, Messengers and Door-To-Door Distributors, 1463
  • Crane Operators, Drillers and Blasters, 737
  • Creative Designers and Craftspersons, 524
  • Creative and Performing Artists, 513
  • Customer Service Representatives - Financial Services, 1433
  • Customer Service, Information and Related Clerks, 1453
  • Dental Hygienists and Dental Therapists, 3222
  • Dentists, 3113
  • Drafting Technologists and Technicians, 2253
  • Early Childhood Educators and Assistants, 6470
  • Editors, 5122
  • Education Counsellors, 4143
  • Electrical Trades and Telecommunications Occupations, 724
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technologists & Technicians, 2241
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2133
  • Electricians (Except Industrial and Power Systems), 7241 Canada Work Permits for Skilled Trades People  and Employers  for  BC and Alberta's booming construction and oil sands  mining industries - CLICK TO  CanadaTradeJobs.com  for Electrians Jobs and introduction to electrician  skills in demand in  Alberta / BC
  • Electronic Service Technicians (Household and Business Equipment), 2242
  • Electronics Assemblers, Fabricators, Inspectors and Testers, 9483
  • Elemental Medical and Hospital Assistants, 6631
  • Elementary School and Kindergarten Teachers, 4142
  • Elementary and Secondary School Teacher Assistants, 6472
  • Employment Counsellors, 4213
  • Engineering, Science & Architecture Managers, 0210
  • Executive Assistants, 1222
  • Facility Operation and Maintenance Managers, 072
  • Family, Marriage and Other Related Counsellors, 4153
  • Finance and Insurance Administrative Occupations, 123
  • Financial Auditors and Accountants, 1111
  • Financial Managers, 0111
  • Financial and Investment Analysts, 1112
  • Firefighters, 6262
  • Fishing Vessel Masters and Skippers and Fishermen/women, 826
  • Food Counter Attendants, Kitchen Helpers and Related Occupations, 664
  • General Farm Workers, 8431
  • General Practitioners and Family Physicians, 3112
  • Graphic Designers and Illustrators, 5241
  • Health and Social Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers, 4160
  • Heavy Equipment Operators, 742
  • Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics, 7312
  • Human Resource Managers, 0112
  • Industrial Electricians, 7242
  • Instructors and Teachers of Persons with Disabilities, 4215
  • Insurance Agents and Brokers, 6231
  • Insurance, Real Estate & Financial Brokerage Managers, 0121
  • Interior Designers, 5242
  • Judges, Lawyers and Quebec Notaries, 411
  • Labourers in Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities, 961
  • Librarians, 5111
  • Librarians, Archivists, Conservators and Curators, 511
  • Library, Correspondence and Related Information Clerks, 145
  • Licensed Practical Nurses, 3233
  • Life Science Professionals, 212
  • Loan Officers, 1232
  • Logging Machinery Operators, 8241
  • Logging and Forestry Workers, 842
  • Longshore Workers and Material Handlers and Related Occupations, 745
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Chemical, Plastic and Rubber Processing, 942
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Fabric, Fur and Leather Products Manufacturing, 945
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing, 946
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Metal and Mineral Products Processing, 941
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Pulp and Paper Production and Wood Processing, 943
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Textile Processing, 944
  • Machinery and Transportation Equipment Mechanics (Except Motor Vehicle), 731
  • Machining Tool Operators, 9511
  • Machining, Metalworking, Woodworking and Related Machine Operators, 951
  • Machinists and Machining and Tooling Inspectors, 7231
  • Mail and Message Distribution Occupations, 146
  • Managers in Art, Culture, Recreation and Sport, 051
  • Managers in Communication (Except Broadcasting), 013
  • Managers in Construction and Transportation, 071
  • Managers in Food Service and Accommodation, 063
  • Managers in Health Care, 0311
  • Managers in Manufacturing and Utilities, 091
  • Managers in Other Services, 0651
  • Managers in Primary Production (Except Agriculture), 0811
  • Managers in Public Administration, 041
  • Managers in Social, Community and Correctional Services, 0314
  • Masonry and Plastering Trades, 728
  • Mathematicians, Systems Analysts and Computer Programmers, 216
  • Mechanical Engineers, 2132
  • Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics Assemblers, 948
  • Medical Laboratory Technicians, 3212
  • Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists' Assistants, 3211
  • Medical Radiation Technologists, 3215
  • Medical Technologists and Technicians (Except Dental), 321
  • Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Trades, 726

    Canada Work Permits for Skilled Trades People  and Employers  for  BC and Alberta's booming construction and oil sands  mining industries - CLICK TO  CanadaTradeJobs.com  for Metal Fabricator/Fabrication jobs in demand in Alberta/BC

  • Metalworking Machine Operators, 9514
  • Mine Service Workers and Operators in Oil and Gas Drilling, 841
  • Motor Vehicle Assemblers, Inspectors and Testers, 9482
  • Motor Vehicle and Transit Drivers, 741
  • Nurse Aides, Orderlies and Patient Service Associates, 3413
  • Nursery and Greenhouse Workers, 8432
  • Nursing Supervisors and Registered Nurses, 315
  • Occupational Therapists, 3143
  • Occupations in Food and Beverage Service, 645
  • Occupations in Travel and Accommodation, 643
  • Office Equipment Operators, 142
  • Optometrists, Chiropractors and Other Health Diagnosing and Treating Professionals, 312
  • Other Assembly and Related Occupations, 949
  • Other Construction Trades, 729
  • Other Elemental Service Occupations, 668
  • Other Engineers, 214
  • Other Fishing and Trapping Occupations, 844
  • Other Installers, Repairers and Servicers, 744
  • Other Mechanics, 733
  • Other Occupations in Personal Services, 648
  • Other Occupations in Travel, Accommodation, Amusement and Recreation, 667
  • Other Sales and Related Occupations, 662
  • Other Technical Inspectors and Regulatory Officers, 226
  • Other Technical Occupations in Health Care (Except Dental), 323
  • Other Transport Equipment Operators and Related Workers, 743
  • Paralegal and Related Occupations, 4211
  • Paralegal, Social Services Workers and Occupations in Education and Religion, 421
  • Payroll Clerks, 1432
  • Pharmacists, 3131
  • Pharmacists, Dietitians and Nutritionists, 313
  • Photographers, 5221
  • Photographers, Graphics Arts Technicians and Technical and Co-ordinating Occupations in Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and the Performing Arts, 522
  • Physical Science Professionals, 211
  • Physiotherapists, 3142
  • Plumbers, Pipefitters and Gas Fitters, 725
  • Police Officers (Except Commissioned), 6261
  • Policy and Program Officers, Researchers and Consultants, 416
  • Primary Production Labourers, 861
  • Printing Machine Operators and Related Occupations, 947
  • Printing Press Operators, Commercial Divers and Other Trades and Related Occupations, 738
  • Professional Business Services to Management, 1122
  • Professional Occupations in Public Relations and Communications, 5124
  • Program Leaders and Instructors in Recreation and Sport, 5254
  • Property Administrators, 1224
  • Psychologists, 4151
  • Public Works and Other Labourers, 762
  • Purchasing Agents and Officers, 1225
  • Real Estate Agents and Salespersons, 6232
  • Recording, Scheduling and Distributing Occupations, 147
  • Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks, 6421
  • Retail Trade Managers, 0621
  • Retail and Wholesale Buyers, 6233
  • Sales Representatives - Wholesale Trade (Non-Technical), 6411
  • Sales and Service Supervisors, 621
  • Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers, 0611
  • School Principals & Administrators of Elementary and Secondary Education, 0313
  • Secondary School Teachers, 4141
  • Secretaries, Recorders and Transcriptionists, 124
  • Securities Agents, Investment Dealers and Brokers, 1113
  • Security Guards and Related Occupations, 6651
  • Shippers and Receivers, 1471
  • Social Workers, 4152
  • Specialist Physicians, 3111
  • Specialists in Human Resources, 1121
  • Stationary Engineers and Power Station and System Operators, 735
  • Supervisors, Assembly and Fabrication, 922
  • Supervisors, Logging and Forestry, 8211
  • Supervisors, Mining, Oil and Gas, 822
  • Supervisors, Processing Occupations, 921
  • Supervisors, Railway and Motor Transportation Occupations, 722
  • Tailors, Dressmakers, Furriers & Milliners, 7342 Technical Occupations in Architecture, Drafting, Surveying and Mapping, 225
  • Technical Occupations in Civil, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, 223
  • Technical Occupations in Dental Health Care, 322
  • Technical Occupations in Electronics and Electrical Engineering, 224
  • Technical Occupations in Libraries, Archives, Museums and Art Galleries, 521
  • Technical Occupations in Life Sciences, 222
  • Technical Occupations in Personal Service, 627
  • Technical Occupations in Physical Sciences, 221
  • Technical Sales Specialists - Wholesale Trade, 6221
  • Telecommunications Installation and Repair Workers, 7246
  • Therapy and Assessment Professionals, 314
  • Tool and Die Makers, 7232
  • Tour and Recreational Guides and Casino Occupations, 644
  • Trades Helpers and Labourers, 761
  • Train Crew Operating Occupations, 736
  • Translators, Terminologists & Interpreters, 5125
  • Transportation Officers and Controllers, 227
  • Travel Counsellors, 6431
  • Truck Drivers, 7411
  • Underground Miners, Oil and Gas Drillers and Related Workers, 823
  • University Professors, 4121
  • University Professors and Assistants, 412
  • Upholsterers, Tailors, Shoe Repairers, Jewellers and Related Occupations, 734
  • Visiting Homemakers, Housekeepers and Related Occupations, 6471
  • Welders and Related Machine Operators, 9510
  • Writing, Translating and Public Relations Professionals, 512
  • Accounting and Related Clerks, 1431
  • Administrative Officers, 1221
  • Administrative Support Clerks, 144
  • Administrators - Post-Secondary Education and Vocational Training, 0312
  • Air Pilots, Flight Engineers and Flying Instructors, 2271
  • Aircraft Mechanics and Aircraft Inspectors, 7315
  • Ambulance Attendants and Other Paramedical Occupations, 3234
  • Announcers and Other Performers, 523
  • Architects, Urban Planners and Land Surveyors, 215
  • Assisting Occupations in Support of Health Services, 341
  • Athletes, Coaches, Referees and Related Occupations, 525
  • Authors and Writers, 5121
  • Automotive Service Technicians, 732
  • Bakers, 6252
  • Banking, Credit and Other Investment Managers, 0122
  • Banking, Insurance and Other Financial Clerks, 1434
  • Bookkeepers, 1231
  • Bus Drivers and Subway and Other Transit Operators, 7412
  • Business Development Officers and Marketing Researchers and Consultants, 4163
  • Butchers and Meat Cutters - Retail and Wholesale, 6251
  • Cabinetmakers, 7272
  • Carpenters, 7271
  • Cashiers, 6611
  • Central Control and Process Operators in Manufacturing and Processing, 923
  • Chefs, 6241
  • Chemical Technologists and Technicians, 2211
  • Child Care and Home Support Workers, 647
  • Civil Engineers, 2131
  • Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Chemical Engineers, 213
  • Cleaners, 666
  • Clerical Occupations, General Office Skills, 141
  • Clerical Supervisors, 121
  • College and Other Vocational Instructors, 4131
  • Community and Social Service Workers, 4212
  • Computer Engineers, 2147
  • Computer Programmers, 2163
  • Computer Systems Analysts, 2162
  • Computer and Information Systems Managers, 0213
  • Construction Managers, 0711
  • Construction Millwrights and Industrial Mechanics (Except Textile), 7311
  • Contractors and Supervisors, Trades and Related Workers, 721
  • Contractors, Operators and Supervisors in Agriculture, Horticulture and Aquaculture, 825
  • Cooks, 6242
  • Couriers, Messengers and Door-To-Door Distributors, 1463
  • Crane Operators, Drillers and Blasters, 737
  • Creative Designers and Craftspersons, 524
  • Creative and Performing Artists, 513
  • Customer Service Representatives - Financial Services, 1433
  • Customer Service, Information and Related Clerks, 1453
  • Dental Hygienists and Dental Therapists, 3222
  • Dentists, 3113
  • Drafting Technologists and Technicians, 2253
  • Early Childhood Educators and Assistants, 6470
  • Editors, 5122
  • Education Counsellors, 4143
  • Electrical Trades and Telecommunications Occupations, 724
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technologists & Technicians, 2241
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2133
  • Electricians (Except Industrial and Power Systems), 7241
  • Electronic Service Technicians (Household and Business Equipment), 2242
  • Electronics Assemblers, Fabricators, Inspectors and Testers, 9483
  • Elemental Medical and Hospital Assistants, 6631
  • Elementary School and Kindergarten Teachers, 4142
  • Elementary and Secondary School Teacher Assistants, 6472
  • Employment Counsellors, 4213
  • Engineering, Science & Architecture Managers, 0210
  • Executive Assistants, 1222
  • Facility Operation and Maintenance Managers, 072
  • Family, Marriage and Other Related Counsellors, 4153
  • Finance and Insurance Administrative Occupations, 123
  • Financial Auditors and Accountants, 1111
  • Financial Managers, 0111
  • Financial and Investment Analysts, 1112
  • Firefighters, 6262
  • Fishing Vessel Masters and Skippers and Fishermen/women, 826
  • Food Counter Attendants, Kitchen Helpers and Related Occupations, 664
  • General Farm Workers, 8431
  • General Practitioners and Family Physicians, 3112
  • Graphic Designers and Illustrators, 5241
  • Health and Social Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers, 4160
  • Heavy Equipment Operators, 742
  • Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics, 7312
  • Human Resource Managers, 0112
  • Industrial Electricians, 7242
  • Instructors and Teachers of Persons with Disabilities, 4215
  • Insurance Agents and Brokers, 6231
  • Insurance, Real Estate & Financial Brokerage Managers, 0121
  • Interior Designers, 5242
  • Judges, Lawyers and Quebec Notaries, 411
  • Labourers in Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities, 961
  • Librarians, 5111
  • Librarians, Archivists, Conservators and Curators, 511
  • Library, Correspondence and Related Information Clerks, 145
  • Licensed Practical Nurses, 3233
  • Life Science Professionals, 212
  • Loan Officers, 1232
  • Logging Machinery Operators, 8241
  • Logging and Forestry Workers, 842
  • Longshore Workers and Material Handlers and Related Occupations, 745
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Chemical, Plastic and Rubber Processing, 942
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Fabric, Fur and Leather Products Manufacturing, 945
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing, 946
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Metal and Mineral Products Processing, 941
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Pulp and Paper Production and Wood Processing, 943
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Textile Processing, 944
  • Machinery and Transportation Equipment Mechanics (Except Motor Vehicle), 731
  • Machining Tool Operators, 9511
  • Machining, Metalworking, Woodworking and Related Machine Operators, 951
  • Machinists and Machining and Tooling Inspectors, 7231
  • Mail and Message Distribution Occupations, 146
  • Managers in Art, Culture, Recreation and Sport, 051
  • Managers in Communication (Except Broadcasting), 013
  • Managers in Construction and Transportation, 071
  • Managers in Food Service and Accommodation, 063
  • Managers in Health Care, 0311
  • Managers in Manufacturing and Utilities, 091
  • Managers in Other Services, 0651
  • Managers in Primary Production (Except Agriculture), 0811
  • Managers in Public Administration, 041
  • Managers in Social, Community and Correctional Services, 0314
  • Masonry and Plastering Trades, 728
  • Mathematicians, Systems Analysts and Computer Programmers, 216
  • Mechanical Engineers, 2132
  • Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics Assemblers, 948
  • Medical Laboratory Technicians, 3212
  • Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists' Assistants, 3211
  • Medical Radiation Technologists, 3215
  • Medical Technologists and Technicians (Except Dental), 321
  • Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Trades, 726
  • Metalworking Machine Operators, 9514
  • Mine Service Workers and Operators in Oil and Gas Drilling, 841
  • Motor Vehicle Assemblers, Inspectors and Testers, 9482
  • Motor Vehicle and Transit Drivers, 741
  • Nurse Aides, Orderlies and Patient Service Associates, 3413
  • Nursery and Greenhouse Workers, 8432
  • Nursing Supervisors and Registered Nurses, 315
  • Occupational Therapists, 3143
  • Occupations in Food and Beverage Service, 645
  • Occupations in Travel and Accommodation, 643
  • Office Equipment Operators, 142
  • Optometrists, Chiropractors and Other Health Diagnosing and Treating Professionals, 312
  • Other Assembly and Related Occupations, 949
  • Other Construction Trades, 729
  • Other Elemental Service Occupations, 668
  • Other Engineers, 214
  • Other Fishing and Trapping Occupations, 844
  • Other Installers, Repairers and Servicers, 744
  • Other Mechanics, 733
  • Other Occupations in Personal Services, 648
  • Other Occupations in Travel, Accommodation, Amusement and Recreation, 667
  • Other Sales and Related Occupations, 662
  • Other Technical Inspectors and Regulatory Officers, 226
  • Other Technical Occupations in Health Care (Except Dental), 323
  • Other Transport Equipment Operators and Related Workers, 743
  • Paralegal and Related Occupations, 4211
  • Paralegal, Social Services Workers and Occupations in Education and Religion, 421
  • Payroll Clerks, 1432
  • Pharmacists, 3131
  • Pharmacists, Dietitians and Nutritionists, 313
  • Photographers, 5221
  • Photographers, Graphics Arts Technicians and Technical and Co-ordinating Occupations in Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and the Performing Arts, 522
  • Physical Science Professionals, 211
  • Physiotherapists, 3142
  • Plumbers, Pipefitters and Gas Fitters, 725
  • Police Officers (Except Commissioned), 6261
  • Policy and Program Officers, Researchers and Consultants, 416
  • Primary Production Labourers, 861
  • Printing Machine Operators and Related Occupations, 947
  • Printing Press Operators, Commercial Divers and Other Trades and Related Occupations, 738
  • Professional Business Services to Management, 1122
  • Professional Occupations in Public Relations and Communications, 5124
  • Program Leaders and Instructors in Recreation and Sport, 5254
  • Property Administrators, 1224
  • Psychologists, 4151
  • Public Works and Other Labourers, 762
  • Purchasing Agents and Officers, 1225
  • Real Estate Agents and Salespersons, 6232
  • Recording, Scheduling and Distributing Occupations, 147
  • Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks, 6421
  • Retail Trade Managers, 0621
  • Retail and Wholesale Buyers, 6233
  • Sales Representatives - Wholesale Trade (Non-Technical), 6411
  • Sales and Service Supervisors, 621
  • Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers, 0611
  • School Principals & Administrators of Elementary and Secondary Education, 0313
  • Secondary School Teachers, 4141
  • Secretaries, Recorders and Transcriptionists, 124
  • Securities Agents, Investment Dealers and Brokers, 1113
  • Security Guards and Related Occupations, 6651
  • Shippers and Receivers, 1471
  • Social Workers, 4152
  • Specialist Physicians, 3111
  • Specialists in Human Resources, 1121
  • Stationary Engineers and Power Station and System Operators, 735
  • Supervisors, Assembly and Fabrication, 922
  • Supervisors, Logging and Forestry, 8211
  • Supervisors, Mining, Oil and Gas, 822
  • Supervisors, Processing Occupations, 921
  • Supervisors, Railway and Motor Transportation Occupations, 722
  • Tailors, Dressmakers, Furriers & Milliners, 7342
  • Technical Occupations in Architecture, Drafting, Surveying and Mapping, 225
  • Technical Occupations in Civil, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, 223
  • Technical Occupations in Dental Health Care, 322
  • Technical Occupations in Electronics and Electrical Engineering, 224
  • Technical Occupations in Libraries, Archives, Museums and Art Galleries, 521
  • Technical Occupations in Life Sciences, 222
  • Technical Occupations in Personal Service, 627
  • Technical Occupations in Physical Sciences, 221
  • Technical Sales Specialists - Wholesale Trade, 6221
  • Telecommunications Installation and Repair Workers, 7246
  • Therapy and Assessment Professionals, 314
  • Tool and Die Makers, 7232
  • Tour and Recreational Guides and Casino Occupations, 644
  • Trades Helpers and Labourers, 761
  • Train Crew Operating Occupations, 736
  • Translators, Terminologists & Interpreters, 5125
  • Transportation Officers and Controllers, 227
  • Travel Counsellors, 6431
  • Truck Drivers, 7411
  • Underground Miners, Oil and Gas Drillers and Related Workers, 823
  • University Professors, 4121
  • University Professors and Assistants, 412
  • Upholsterers, Tailors, Shoe Repairers, Jewellers and Related Occupations, 734
  • Visiting Homemakers, Housekeepers and Related Occupations, 6471
  • Welders and Related Machine Operators, 9510
  • Writing, Translating and Public Relations Professionals, 512
  • Accounting and Related Clerks, 1431
  • Administrative Officers, 1221
  • Administrative Support Clerks, 144
  • Administrators - Post-Secondary Education and Vocational Training, 0312
  • Air Pilots, Flight Engineers and Flying Instructors, 2271
  • Aircraft Mechanics and Aircraft Inspectors, 7315
  • Ambulance Attendants and Other Paramedical Occupations, 3234
  • Announcers and Other Performers, 523
  • Architects, Urban Planners and Land Surveyors, 215
  • Assisting Occupations in Support of Health Services, 341
  • Athletes, Coaches, Referees and Related Occupations, 525
  • Authors and Writers, 5121
  • Automotive Service Technicians, 732
  • Bakers, 6252
  • Banking, Credit and Other Investment Managers, 0122
  • Banking, Insurance and Other Financial Clerks, 1434
  • Bookkeepers, 1231
  • Bus Drivers and Subway and Other Transit Operators, 7412
  • Business Development Officers and Marketing Researchers and Consultants, 4163
  • Butchers and Meat Cutters - Retail and Wholesale, 6251
  • Cabinetmakers, 7272
  • Carpenters, 7271
  • Cashiers, 6611
  • Central Control and Process Operators in Manufacturing and Processing, 923
  • Chefs, 6241
  • Chemical Technologists and Technicians, 2211
  • Child Care and Home Support Workers, 647
  • Civil Engineers, 2131
  • Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Chemical Engineers, 213
  • Cleaners, 666
  • Clerical Occupations, General Office Skills, 141
  • Clerical Supervisors, 121
  • College and Other Vocational Instructors, 4131
  • Community and Social Service Workers, 4212
  • Computer Engineers, 2147
  • Computer Programmers, 2163
  • Computer Systems Analysts, 2162
  • Computer and Information Systems Managers, 0213
  • Construction Managers, 0711
  • Construction Millwrights and Industrial Mechanics (Except Textile), 7311
  • Contractors and Supervisors, Trades and Related Workers, 721
  • Contractors, Operators and Supervisors in Agriculture, Horticulture and Aquaculture, 825
  • Cooks, 6242
  • Couriers, Messengers and Door-To-Door Distributors, 1463
  • Crane Operators, Drillers and Blasters, 737
  • Creative Designers and Craftspersons, 524
  • Creative and Performing Artists, 513
  • Customer Service Representatives - Financial Services, 1433
  • Customer Service, Information and Related Clerks, 1453
  • Dental Hygienists and Dental Therapists, 3222
  • Dentists, 3113
  • Drafting Technologists and Technicians, 2253
  • Early Childhood Educators and Assistants, 6470
  • Editors, 5122
  • Education Counsellors, 4143
  • Electrical Trades and Telecommunications Occupations, 724
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technologists & Technicians, 2241
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2133
  • Electricians (Except Industrial and Power Systems), 7241
  • Electronic Service Technicians (Household and Business Equipment), 2242
  • Electronics Assemblers, Fabricators, Inspectors and Testers, 9483
  • Elemental Medical and Hospital Assistants, 6631
  • Elementary School and Kindergarten Teachers, 4142
  • Elementary and Secondary School Teacher Assistants, 6472
  • Employment Counsellors, 4213
  • Engineering, Science & Architecture Managers, 0210
  • Executive Assistants, 1222
  • Facility Operation and Maintenance Managers, 072
  • Family, Marriage and Other Related Counsellors, 4153
  • Finance and Insurance Administrative Occupations, 123
  • Financial Auditors and Accountants, 1111
  • Financial Managers, 0111
  • Financial and Investment Analysts, 1112
  • Firefighters, 6262
  • Fishing Vessel Masters and Skippers and Fishermen/women, 826
  • Food Counter Attendants, Kitchen Helpers and Related Occupations, 664
  • General Farm Workers, 8431
  • General Practitioners and Family Physicians, 3112
  • Graphic Designers and Illustrators, 5241
  • Health and Social Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers, 4160
  • Heavy Equipment Operators, 742
  • Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics, 7312
  • Human Resource Managers, 0112
  • Industrial Electricians, 7242
  • Instructors and Teachers of Persons with Disabilities, 4215
  • Insurance Agents and Brokers, 6231
  • Insurance, Real Estate & Financial Brokerage Managers, 0121
  • Interior Designers, 5242
  • Judges, Lawyers and Quebec Notaries, 411
  • Labourers in Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities, 961
  • Librarians, 5111
  • Librarians, Archivists, Conservators and Curators, 511
  • Library, Correspondence and Related Information Clerks, 145
  • Licensed Practical Nurses, 3233
  • Life Science Professionals, 212
  • Loan Officers, 1232
  • Logging Machinery Operators, 8241
  • Logging and Forestry Workers, 842
  • Longshore Workers and Material Handlers and Related Occupations, 745
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Chemical, Plastic and Rubber Processing, 942
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Fabric, Fur and Leather Products Manufacturing, 945
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing, 946
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Metal and Mineral Products Processing, 941
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Pulp and Paper Production and Wood Processing, 943
  • Machine Operators and Related Workers in Textile Processing, 944
  • Machinery and Transportation Equipment Mechanics (Except Motor Vehicle), 731
  • Machining Tool Operators, 9511
  • Machining, Metalworking, Woodworking and Related Machine Operators, 951
  • Machinists and Machining and Tooling Inspectors, 7231
  • Mail and Message Distribution Occupations, 146
  • Managers in Art, Culture, Recreation and Sport, 051
  • Managers in Communication (Except Broadcasting), 013
  • Managers in Construction and Transportation, 071
  • Managers in Food Service and Accommodation, 063
  • Managers in Health Care, 0311
  • Managers in Manufacturing and Utilities, 091
  • Managers in Other Services, 0651
  • Managers in Primary Production (Except Agriculture), 0811
  • Managers in Public Administration, 041
  • Managers in Social, Community and Correctional Services, 0314
  • Masonry and Plastering Trades, 728
  • Mathematicians, Systems Analysts and Computer Programmers, 216
  • Mechanical Engineers, 2132
  • Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics Assemblers, 948
  • Medical Laboratory Technicians, 3212
  • Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists' Assistants, 3211
  • Medical Radiation Technologists, 3215
  • Medical Technologists and Technicians (Except Dental), 321
  • Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Trades, 726
  • Metalworking Machine Operators, 9514
  • Mine Service Workers and Operators in Oil and Gas Drilling, 841
  • Motor Vehicle Assemblers, Inspectors and Testers, 9482
  • Motor Vehicle and Transit Drivers, 741
  • Nurse Aides, Orderlies and Patient Service Associates, 3413
  • Nursery and Greenhouse Workers, 8432
  • Nursing Supervisors and Registered Nurses, 315
  • Occupational Therapists, 3143
  • Occupations in Food and Beverage Service, 645
  • Occupations in Travel and Accommodation, 643
  • Office Equipment Operators, 142
  • Optometrists, Chiropractors and Other Health Diagnosing and Treating Professionals, 312
  • Other Assembly and Related Occupations, 949
  • Other Construction Trades, 729
  • Other Elemental Service Occupations, 668
  • Other Engineers, 214
  • Other Fishing and Trapping Occupations, 844
  • Other Installers, Repairers and Servicers, 744
  • Other Mechanics, 733
  • Other Occupations in Personal Services, 648
  • Other Occupations in Travel, Accommodation, Amusement and Recreation, 667
  • Other Sales and Related Occupations, 662
  • Other Technical Inspectors and Regulatory Officers, 226
  • Other Technical Occupations in Health Care (Except Dental), 323
  • Other Transport Equipment Operators and Related Workers, 743
  • Paralegal and Related Occupations, 4211
  • Paralegal, Social Services Workers and Occupations in Education and Religion, 421
  • Payroll Clerks, 1432
  • Pharmacists, 3131
  • Pharmacists, Dietitians and Nutritionists, 313
  • Photographers, 5221
  • Photographers, Graphics Arts Technicians and Technical and Co-ordinating Occupations in Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and the Performing Arts, 522
  • Physical Science Professionals, 211
  • Physiotherapists, 3142
  • Plumbers, Pipefitters and Gas Fitters, 725
  • Police Officers (Except Commissioned), 6261
  • Policy and Program Officers, Researchers and Consultants, 416
  • Primary Production Labourers, 861
  • Printing Machine Operators and Related Occupations, 947
  • Printing Press Operators, Commercial Divers and Other Trades and Related Occupations, 738
  • Professional Business Services to Management, 1122
  • Professional Occupations in Public Relations and Communications, 5124
  • Program Leaders and Instructors in Recreation and Sport, 5254
  • Property Administrators, 1224
  • Psychologists, 4151
  • Public Works and Other Labourers, 762
  • Purchasing Agents and Officers, 1225
  • Real Estate Agents and Salespersons, 6232
  • Recording, Scheduling and Distributing Occupations, 147
  • Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks, 6421
  • Retail Trade Managers, 0621
  • Retail and Wholesale Buyers, 6233
  • Sales Representatives - Wholesale Trade (Non-Technical), 6411
  • Sales and Service Supervisors, 621
  • Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers, 0611
  • School Principals & Administrators of Elementary and Secondary Education, 0313
  • Secondary School Teachers, 4141
  • Secretaries, Recorders and Transcriptionists, 124
  • Securities Agents, Investment Dealers and Brokers, 1113
  • Security Guards and Related Occupations, 6651
  • Shippers and Receivers, 1471
  • Social Workers, 4152
  • Specialist Physicians, 3111
  • Specialists in Human Resources, 1121
  • Stationary Engineers and Power Station and System Operators, 735
  • Supervisors, Assembly and Fabrication, 922
  • Supervisors, Logging and Forestry, 8211
  • Supervisors, Mining, Oil and Gas, 822
  • Supervisors, Processing Occupations, 921
  • Supervisors, Railway and Motor Transportation Occupations, 722
  • Tailors, Dressmakers, Furriers & Milliners, 7342 Technical Occupations in Architecture, Drafting, Surveying and Mapping, 225
  • Technical Occupations in Civil, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, 223
  • Technical Occupations in Dental Health Care, 322
  • Technical Occupations in Electronics and Electrical Engineering, 224
  • Technical Occupations in Libraries, Archives, Museums and Art Galleries, 521
  • Technical Occupations in Life Sciences, 222
  • Technical Occupations in Personal Service, 627
  • Technical Occupations in Physical Sciences, 221
  • Technical Sales Specialists - Wholesale Trade, 6221
  • Telecommunications Installation and Repair Workers, 7246
  • Therapy and Assessment Professionals, 314
  • Tool and Die Makers, 7232
  • Tour and Recreational Guides and Casino Occupations, 644
  • Trades Helpers and Labourers, 761
  • Train Crew Operating Occupations, 736
  • Translators, Terminologists & Interpreters, 5125
  • Transportation Officers and Controllers, 227
  • Travel Counsellors, 6431
  • Truck Drivers, 7411
  • Underground Miners, Oil and Gas Drillers and Related Workers, 823
  • University Professors, 4121
  • University Professors and Assistants, 412
  • Upholsterers, Tailors, Shoe Repairers, Jewellers and Related Occupations, 734
  • Visiting Homemakers, Housekeepers and Related Occupations, 6471
  • Welders and Related Machine Operators, 9510

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National Occupational Code - Information on Jobs & their "Futures"

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Tribunal Decisions

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