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Community Data Program Annual MeetingApril 19, 2013
Why Access To Data Important Data is critical for understanding ourcommunities, in the daily decision-making process Acc...
Using CDP Data in Halton 3
Using CDP Data in Halton 4
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NewcomersUsing CDP Data in Halton 72001 2006# personsby Dissemination Area10 - 5051 - 210211 - 825# personsby Disseminatio...
Using CDP Data in Halton 8
CDP Acquisition 2012-2016 Family Tables 1-18 Senior Tables 1-5 Economic Dependency Profiles Neighbourhood Income and D...
Postal and Census GeographiesUsing CDP Data in Halton 10Forward Sortation AreaCensus TractDissemination Area
Halton RegionUsing CDP Data in Halton 11
Using CDP Data in Halton 12MiltonHalton HillsBurlingtonOakvilleSource: Statistics Canada, 2006/2009 Taxfiler data © 2011 C...
Using CDP Data in Halton 13Low Income Persons, Halton Region, 2009Percentage ofPersons in Lowincome4.7% - 6.3%6.4% - 8.5%8...
Using CDP Data in Halton 14
Initiatives using CDP Data Data Workshops Asset Mapping Neighbourhood Development Community Series in local churchesUs...
Data WorkshopsUsing CDP Data in Halton 16
Using CDP Data in Halton 17
Living Alone Seniors^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_Calvary Baptist ChurchPineland Baptist ChurchBurlington Community ChurchNorth Burlin...
Low Income Families^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_Calvary Baptist ChurchBurlington Community ChurchNorth Burlington Baptist ChurchFaith...
Children (0-4 years)^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_Calvary Baptist ChurchPineland Baptist ChurchBurlington Community ChurchNorth Burlin...
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Living Wage for Halton Survey of HouseholdSpendingUsing CDP Data in Halton 22
Longitudinal Immigration Database The Longitudinal Immigration Database (IMDB) is a databasecombining linked immigration ...
CANSIM Tables for IMDB Available from 1980 - 2010 054-0001 Immigrant income, by sex, landing agegroup, immigrant admissi...
Using CDP Data in Halton 25Average Non-mortgage DebtHalton Region, 2011*Source: TransUnion Credit Report, 2011, Statistics...
Ted HildebrandtDirector, Social PlanningCommunity Development Haltonthildebrandt@cdhalton.ca905-632-1975www.cdhalton.ca
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Using CDP Data in Halton - April 2013

  1. 1. Community Data Program Annual MeetingApril 19, 2013
  2. 2. Why Access To Data Important Data is critical for understanding ourcommunities, in the daily decision-making process Access to data facilitates important debate aboutthe nature of our communities and developmentof innovative solutions How do we get debate into the public square? Howdo we engage the citizen and public in importantdebates in our communities? What are we allowed to imagine about the state ofthe nation?Using CDP Data in Halton 2
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  7. 7. NewcomersUsing CDP Data in Halton 72001 2006# personsby Dissemination Area10 - 5051 - 210211 - 825# personsby Dissemination Area10 - 5066 - 210216 - 825Source: Statistics Canada, 2001 & 2006 Censuses © 2011 Community Development Halton, all rights reservedzero or no dataDundas StQEW1996-2000 2001-2006
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  9. 9. CDP Acquisition 2012-2016 Family Tables 1-18 Senior Tables 1-5 Economic Dependency Profiles Neighbourhood Income and Demographics 1-6 Labour Income Profiles Financial Data and Charitable Donations TablesUsing CDP Data in Halton 9
  10. 10. Postal and Census GeographiesUsing CDP Data in Halton 10Forward Sortation AreaCensus TractDissemination Area
  11. 11. Halton RegionUsing CDP Data in Halton 11
  12. 12. Using CDP Data in Halton 12MiltonHalton HillsBurlingtonOakvilleSource: Statistics Canada, 2006/2009 Taxfiler data © 2011 Community Development Halton, all rights reservedLow Income FamiliesHalton Region, 2006-2009by Forward Sortation Areas (FSA)# low income families87020062009% low income families 2009(Low Income Measures _after tax)5.7% - 5.4%5.5% - 6%6.1% - 6.7%6.8% - 9.4%9.5% - 12.5%Forward Sortation AreaI
  13. 13. Using CDP Data in Halton 13Low Income Persons, Halton Region, 2009Percentage ofPersons in Lowincome4.7% - 6.3%6.4% - 8.5%8.6% - 11%11.1% - 14.7%14.8% - 18.7%Number ofPersons in LowIncome30 - 190191 - 300301 - 450451 - 670671 - 1,600Source: Statistics Canada, 2009 Small AreaAdministrative Data (13C0016)Halton HillsMiltonBurlingtonOakvilleAfter-Tax LIM© 2012 Community Development Halton,all rights reserved
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  15. 15. Initiatives using CDP Data Data Workshops Asset Mapping Neighbourhood Development Community Series in local churchesUsing CDP Data in Halton 15
  16. 16. Data WorkshopsUsing CDP Data in Halton 16
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  18. 18. Living Alone Seniors^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_Calvary Baptist ChurchPineland Baptist ChurchBurlington Community ChurchNorth Burlington Baptist ChurchFaith Christian Reformed ChurchBurlington Christian FellowshipBurlington Christian Reformed ChurchGlad Tidings Pentecostal ChurchBurlington East Presbyterian Church© OpenStreetMap (and) contributors, CC-BY-SANorthBurLinktonLiving Alone Seniors2011Source: Statistics Canada, 2011 Census^_ Church# persons by DA0 - 1516 - 6061 - 125126 - 205206 - 315© 2013 Community Development Halton, all rights reserved
  19. 19. Low Income Families^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_Calvary Baptist ChurchBurlington Community ChurchNorth Burlington Baptist ChurchFaith Christian Reformed ChurchBurlington Christian FellowshipBurlington East Presbyterian ChurchBurlington Christian Reformed ChurchPineland Baptist ChurchGlad Tidings Pentecostal Church© OpenStreetMap (and) contributors, CC-BY-SANorthBurLinktonLow Income Families2005Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census © 2011 Community Development Halton, all rights reserved^_ Church# Low incomefamilies by DA01 - 2122 - 4546 - 8788 - 126
  20. 20. Children (0-4 years)^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_Calvary Baptist ChurchPineland Baptist ChurchBurlington Community ChurchNorth Burlington Baptist ChurchFaith Christian Reformed ChurchBurlington Christian FellowshipBurlington East Presbyterian ChurchBurlington Christian Reformed ChurchGlad Tidings Pentecostal Church© OpenStreetMap (and) contributors, CC-BY-SANorthBurLinktonChildren (0-4 years)Population2011Source: Statistics Canada, 2011 Census^_ Church# person by DA5 - 2526 - 6061 - 155156 - 255256 - 1,060© 2013 Community Development Halton, all rights reserved
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  22. 22. Living Wage for Halton Survey of HouseholdSpendingUsing CDP Data in Halton 22
  23. 23. Longitudinal Immigration Database The Longitudinal Immigration Database (IMDB) is a databasecombining linked immigration and taxation records. Thedatabase is managed by Statistics Canada on behalf of a federal-provincial consortium led by Citizenship & Immigration Canada.A person is included in the database only if he or she obtainedlanded immigrant status since 1980 and filed at least one taxreturn since 1982. The IMDB was created to respond to the need for detailed andreliable data on the performance and impact of the ImmigrationProgram. It allows the analysis of relative labour marketbehaviour of different categories of immigrants over a periodlong enough to assess the impact of immigrant characteristics,such as education and knowledge of French or English, to theirsettlement success. It also allows the measurement and analysisof secondary inter-provincial and inter-urban migration.Using CDP Data in Halton 23
  24. 24. CANSIM Tables for IMDB Available from 1980 - 2010 054-0001 Immigrant income, by sex, landing agegroup, immigrant admission category, years sincelanding and landing year, 2010 constant dollars, annual 054-0002 Immigrant income by world area, sex,immigrant admission category, education, languageability, and landing year for tax year 2010, annualUsing CDP Data in Halton 24
  25. 25. Using CDP Data in Halton 25Average Non-mortgage DebtHalton Region, 2011*Source: TransUnion Credit Report, 2011, Statistics Canada © 2013 Community Development Halton, all rights reservedHalton average: $37,725Average debtby Census Tract$20,044.79 - $25,360.62$25,360.63 - $33,851.49$33,851.50 - $42,958.64$42,958.65 - $59,507.85$59,507.86 - $102,229.02# individuals with debtby Census Tract165 - 1,1171,118 - 2,1862,187 - 3,2143,215 - 4,1994,200 - 5,309* first quarter, 2011Halton HillsMiltonBurlington Oakville
  26. 26. Ted HildebrandtDirector, Social PlanningCommunity Development Haltonthildebrandt@cdhalton.ca905-632-1975www.cdhalton.ca

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