Reminders

Arts and Culture Supplementary 2007

Arts and Culture 2007 Archive - Supplementary Information

The arts touch the spirit and nurture the soul, enriching the quality of life in any city. This sector can also be an important economic generator.

Note: Unless otherwise indicated, references to "Kitchener" refer to the Kitchener Census Metropolitan Area (CMA).

Library Circulation Per Capita

Library Circulation Per Capita, 2005

Waterloo Region* 9.96

Note: Circulation figures for three municipal library systems only. Population figures, Statistics Canada Community Profiles

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Library Expenditures Per Capita

Library Expenditures Per Capita, 2005

Waterloo Region $36.66

Note: Expenditure figures for three municipal library systems only. Population figures, Statistics Canada Community Profiles

Library Visits

Visits Per Capita to Libraries, 2005

Waterloo Region 6.32

Note: Visit figures for three municipal library systems only. Population figures, Statistics Canada Community Profiles

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Employment in Culture

Table VII-2-a: Employment in Cultural Industries for Vital Signs by CMA and Economic Region, 1987, 2003-2006
 2003200420052006
Per cent of Total IndustriesEmploymentPer cent of Total IndustriesEmploymentPer cent of Total IndustriesEmploymentPer cent of Total IndustriesEmployment
Kitchener1.503,5001.142,7001.403,5000.992,500

Curtural Industries includes the following sub-industries from the Information and Cultural Industries (NAICS code 51) and Arts, Entertainment and Recreation (NAICS code 71): 511-Publishing, 512- Motion Picture and Video, 515-Broadcasting (except Internet), 516- Internet Publishing and Broadcasting, 711- Preforming Atrs, Spectator Sports and Related and 712- Heritage Institutions. The sub-industries which are excluded are 517- Telecommunications, 518-Internet Service Providers, Web Search Portals and Data, 519-Other Information and 713- Amusment, Gambling and Recreation Industries.

Note: n.a are estimates with less than 1,500 employed in Canada, Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia; less than 500 employed in New Brunswick, and Saskatchewan. Therefore with the values unavaliable percentage was not able to be calculated for these estimates.

Per cent data calculated by CSLS from information on Appendix Tables VII-2-a-i-xx.

Table VII-2-b: Employment in Occupations Related to Arts, Culture, Recreation and Sport, 2001
 Total EmploymentEmployment in arts, culture, recreation and sportsProportion of the population employed in Arts, culture, recreation and sport
Kitchener232,8605,4352.33
Appendix Table VII-2-a-xi: Kitchener*, CMA, Employment In Cultural Industries by Thousands, 1987-2006
 Total IndustriesSub-TotalInformation and Cultural IndustriesPublishing IndustriesMotion Picture and Video IndustiesBroadcasting (except Internet)Internet Publishing and BroadcastingTelecommunications
1988187.71.82.5n.an.an.an.an.a
1989196.81.73.4n.an.an.an.an.a
1990192.32.22.8n.an.an.an.an.a
1991189.72.73.8n.an.an.an.a1.5
1992192.92.53.5n.an.an.an.an.a
1993190.71.93.0n.an.an.an.an.a
1994198.32.14.5n.an.an.an.a2.3
1995199.73.13.5n.an.an.an.an.a
1996198.32.93.3n.an.an.an.an.a
1997200.63.24.7n.an.an.an.a1.8
1998206.82.63.5n.an.an.an.an.a
1999216.54.45.72.5n.an.an.an.a
2000221.22.93.8n.an.an.an.an.a
2001223.33.43.0n.an.an.an.an.a
2002226.03.34.81.9n.an.an.an.a
2003233.93.54.9n.an.an.an.a1.7
2004237.32.73.9n.an.an.an.a1.5
2005249.93.54.9n.an.an.an.a1.7
2006251.42.55.0n.an.an.an.a2.1

Source: Satistics Canada, Labour Force Survey. Special request
Note: n.a are estimates with less than 1,500 employed in Canada, Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia; less than 500 employed in New Brunswick, and Saskatchewan

Sub-Total refers to Publishing, Motion Picture and Video, Broadcasting (except internet), Internet Publishing and Broadcasting,Preforming Arts,Sports and Related and Heritage Institutions.

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The Income from Employment in Cultural Industries

Median Income, Cultural and Non-Cultural Labour Force, 2000

Waterloo Region

Cultural $25,000

Non-Cultural $29,800

Source: Census Metropolitan Areas as Culture Clusters, Statistics Canada

Training Cultural Workers

University Enrolment in Cultural Fields of Study as % of Population, 98/99

Waterloo Region 0.63 %

Source: Census Metropolitan Areas as Culture Clusters, Statistics Canada

Other

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