Appendix A: Tables

Table 1: Number and percentage of immigrants in Quebec, 1911 to 2006 Censuses, 20% sample
Census year Total Population Number of immigrants Immigrants as a percent
of the total population
1911 2,005,776 147,070 7%
1921 2,361,199 188,576 8%
1931 2,874,255 251,743 9%
1941 3,331,882 223,943 7%
1951 4,055,681 228,923 6%
1961 5,259,211 388,449 7%
1971 6,027,765 468,930 8%
1981 6,369,070 522,150 8%
1991 6,810,300 591,210 9 %
2001 7,125,580 706,965 10%
2006 7,435,905 851,560 11%
Source : Statistique Canada, Recensement de 2006 (97-557-XCB2006006).
Table 2: Number and percentage of immigrants and Allophones in Quebec, 1991 to 2006 Censuses, 20% sample
1991 1996 2001 2006
Total Population 6,810,300 7,045,085 7,125,580 7,435,905
# of immigrants 591,205 664,495 706,965 851,555
% of immigrants 8.7% 9.4% 9.9% 11.5%
# of Allophones* 598,455 681,785 732,170 911,900
% Allophones 8.8% 9.7% 10.3% 12.3%
# of immigrants assigned Allophone* 395,490 454,720 493,850 613,565
% of Allophones that are immigrants 66.1% 66.7% 67.5% 67.3%
% of population assigned Allophone immigrant 5.8% 6.5% 6.9% 8.3%
% immigrants assigned Allophone* 170,245 196,960 212,790 268,605
# of non-immigrants** Allophones 28.4% 28.9% 29.1% 29.5%
% of non-immigrants** Allophones 28.4% 28.9% 29.1% 29.5%
% of population assigned Allophone that are not immigrants 2.5% 2.8% 3.0% 3.6%

* The # of Allophones category includes non-permanent residents, even though they are not represented by the immigrant or non-immigrant categories.

** Non-immigrant refers to people born in Canada and does not include non-permanent residents

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom tables

Table 3: Anglophone*, Francophone* and Allophone* populations by immigrant status in Quebec, 1991 to 2006 Censuses, 20% sample
Table 3: Immigrant Anglophone, Francophone and Allophone populations in Quebec, 1991 to 2006 Censuses, 20% sample
Description

Anglophone, Francophone and Allophone populations are based on results from the Census Mother Tongue question

1991 1996 2001 2006
Total 591,205 8,7% 664,495 9.4% 706,965 9.9% 851,555 11.5%
Anglophone 83,860 1.2% 81,855 1.2% 75,340 1.1% 76,925 1.0%
Francophone 111,865 1.6% 127,915 1.8% 137,775 1.9% 161,080 2.2%
Allophone 395,490 5.8% 454,720 6.5% 493,850 6.9% 613,565 8.3%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 3.1: Non-immigrant Anglophone, Francophone and Allophone populations in Quebec, 1991 to 2006 Censuses, 20% sample
Description

Anglophone, Francophone and Allophone populations are based on results from the Census Mother Tongue question

1991 1996 2001 2006
Total 6,175,125 90.7% 6,339,165 90.0% 6,378,420 89.5% 6,535,430 87.9%
Anglophone 536,495 7.9% 535,470 7.6% 510,750 7.2% 523,550 7.0%
Francophone 5,468,385 80.3% 5,606,735 79.6% 5,654,875 79.4% 5,743,278 77.2%
Allophone 170,245 2.5% 196,960 2.8% 212,790 3.0% 268,605 3.6%

Non-immigrants refers to people that are born in Canada and does not include non-permanent residents

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 3.2: Total Anglophone, Francophone and Allophone populations in Quebec, 1991 to 2006 Censuses, 20% sample
Description

Anglophone, Francophone and Allophone populations are based on results from the Census Mother Tongue question

1991 1996 2001 2006
Total 6,810,300 100.0% 7,045,085 100.0% 7,125,580 100.0% 7,435,905 100.0%
Anglophone 626,205 9.2% 621,865 8.8% 591,380 8.3% 607,165 8.2%
Francophone 5,585,645 82.0% 5,741,435 81.5% 5,802,020 81.4% 5,916,850 79.6%
Allophone 598,455 8.8% 681,785 9.7% 732,170 10.3% 911,900 12.3%

Total Population counts include non-permanent residents

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 4: Mother tongue versus First Official Language Spoken results for Quebec (QC), 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total French English English and French Non-Official language Anglophone Francophone Allophone
QC (MT) 7,435,905 5,893,335 79% 583,660 12% 46,095 1% 912,820 12% 607,165 8% 5,916,850 80% 911,900 12%
QC immigrants (MT) 851,560 158,985 19% 74,830 9% 3,828 0% 613,915 72% 76,925 9% 161,074 19% 613,565 72%
QC non-immigrants* (MT) 6,535,435 5,721,990 88% 502,255 8% 42,010 1% 269,175 4% 523,550 8% 5,743,278 88% 268,605 4%
QC (FOLS) 7,435,905 6,263,945 84% 885,450 12% 218,555 3% 67,955 1% 994,725 13% 6,373,223 86% 67,955 1%
QC immigrants (FOLS) 851,560 412,195 48% 248,165 29% 149,830 18% 41,370 5% 323,080 38% 487,110 57% 41,400 5%
QC non-immigrants* (FOLS) 6,535,435 5,830,325 89% 618,070 9% 63,495 1% 23,540 0% 649,815 10% 5,862,070 90% 23,540 0%

* Non-immigrants refers to people born in Canada and does not include non-permanent residents

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 5: FOLS categories by immigrant status for Quebec, 1991 to 2006 Censuses, 20% sample
Table 5: Total population by immigrant status for Quebec, 1991 to 2006 Censuses, 20% sample
Description

The "Total" includes non-permanent residents, who are not represented in either the "Immigrant" or "Non-Immigrant" categories

Total % of Qc # of immigrants % of immigrants FOLS category % of immigrants in Quebec Non-immigrant* % non immigrants* in FOLS category % non-immigrants* in Quebec
1991 6,810,300 100.0% 591,205 8.7% 100.0% 6,175,125 90.7% 100.0%
1996 7,045,080 100.0% 664,495 9.4% 100.0% 6,339,165 90.0% 100.0%
2001 7,125,580 100.0% 706,965 9.9% 100.0% 6,378,420 89.5% 100.0%
2006 7,435,905 100.0% 851,560 11.5% 100.0% 6,535,430 87.9% 100.0%

*Non-immigrant refers to people born in Canada and does not refer to non-permanent residents.

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 5.1: English FOLS by immigrant status for Quebec, 1991 to 2006 Censuses, 20% sample
Description

The "Total" includes non-permanent residents, who are not represented in either the "Immigrant" or "Non-Immigrant" categories

Total %of Qc # of immigrants % of immigrants FOLS category % of immigrants in Quebec Non-immigrant* % non immigrants* in FOLS category % non-immigrants* in Quebec
1991 832,050 12.2% 214,800 25.8% 36.3% 599,410 72.0% 9.7%
1996 842,105 12.0% 223,855 26.6% 33.7% 603,670 71.7% 9.5%
2001 828,730 11.6% 224,875 27.1% 31.8% 588,785 71.0% 9.2%
2006 885,450 11.9% 248,165 28.0% 29.1% 618,070 69.8% 9.5%

*Non-immigrant refers to people born in Canada and does not refer to non-permanent residents.

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 5.2: English FOLS by immigrant status for Quebec, 1991 to 2006 Censuses, 20% sample
Description

The "Total" includes non-permanent residents, who are not represented in either the "Immigrant" or "Non-Immigrant" categories

Total % of Qc   # of immigrants % of immigrants FOLS category % of immigrants in Quebec   Non-immigrant* % non-immigrants* in FOLS category % non-immigrants* in Quebec
1991 5,772,180 84.8% 249,540 4.3% 42.2% 5,506,885 95.4% 89.2%
1996 5,963,675 84.7% 293,045 4.9% 44.1% 5,653,900 94.8% 89.2%
2001 6,059,110 85.0% 326,840 5.4% 46.2% 5,714,220 94.3% 89.6%
2006 6,263,945 84.2% 412,195 6.6% 48.4% 5,830,325 93.1% 89.2%

*Non-immigrant refers to people born in Canada and does not refer to non-permanent residents.

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 5.3: English-French FOLS by immigrant status for Quebec, 1991 to 2006 Censuses, 20% sample
Description

The "Total" includes non-permanent residents, who are not represented in either the "Immigrant" or "Non-Immigrant" categories

Total % of Qc   # of immigrants % of immigrants FOLS category % of immigrants in Quebec   Non-immigrant* % non-immigrants* in FOLS category % non-immigrants* in Quebec
1991 144,505 2.1% 87,930 60.8% 14.9% 51,230 35.5% 0.8%
1996 167,455 2.4% 105,430 63.0% 15.9% 57,960 34.6% 0.9%
2001 180,455 2.5% 118,485 65.7% 16.8% 57,860 32.1% 0.9%
2006 218,555 2.9% 149,830 68.6% 17.6% 63,495 29.1% 1.0%

*Non-immigrant refers to people born in Canada and does not refer to non-permanent residents.

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 5.4: Anglophone FOLS by immigrant status for Quebec, 1991 to 2006 Censuses, 20% sample
Description

The "Total" includes non-permanent residents, who are not represented in either the "Immigrant" or "Non-Immigrant" categories

Total % of Qc # of immigrants % of immigrants FOLS category % of immigrants in Quebec Non-immigrant* % non-immigrants* in FOLS category % non-immigrants* in Quebec
1991 904,305 13.3% 258,765 28.6% 43.8% 625,025 69.1% 10.1%
1996 925,835 13.1% 276,570 29.9% 41.6% 632,650 68.3% 10.0%
2001 918,960 12.9% 284,120 30.9% 40.2% 617,715 67.2% 9.7%
2006 994,725 13.4% 323,080 32.5% 37.9% 649,815 65.3% 9.9%

*Non-immigrant refers to people born in Canada and does not refer to non-permanent residents.

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 5.5: Francophone FOLS by immigrant status for Quebec, 1991 to 2006 Censuses, 20% sample
Description

The "Total" includes non-permanent residents, who are not represented in either the "Immigrant" or "Non-Immigrant" categories

Total % of Qc # of immigrants % of immigrants FOLS category % of immigrants in Quebec Non-immigrant* % non-immigrants* in FOLS category % non-immigrants* in Quebec
1991 5,844,435 85.8% 293,505 5.0% 49.6% 5,532,500 94.7% 89.6%
1996 6,047,405 85.5% 345,760 5.7% 52.0% 5,682,880 94.0% 89.6%
2001 6,149,340 86.3% 386,085 6.3% 54.6% 5,743,150 93.4% 90.0%
2006 6,373,225 85.7% 487,110 7.6% 57.2% 5,862,075 92.0% 89.7%

*Non-immigrant refers to people born in Canada and does not refer to non-permanent residents.

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 6: Composition of Anglophone (FOLS) immigrants in Quebec, 1991 to 2006 Censuses, 20% sample
Table 6: Composition of Anglophone (FOLS) immigrants in Quebec, 1991 to 2006 Censuses, 20% sample
English FOLS  English-French FOLS*
1991 214,800 83.0% 43,965 17.0%
1996 223,855 80.9% 52,715 19.1%
2001 224,875 79.1% 59,245 20.9%
2006 248,165 76.8% 74,915 23.2%

*As per the FOLS methodology, this English-French FOLS count for immigrants is the total number of immigrants assigned to the English-French FOLS category divided by two.

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 7: FOLS categories by immigrant status for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census
Table 7: Distribution of Non-immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census
Total population Non-immigrants Share (%) Distribution across QC
Quebec total  7,435,905 6,535,430 87.9% 100.0%
 Montréal 1,823,900 1,225,975 67.2% 18.8%
 Montérégie 1,339,790 1,235,435 92.2% 18.9%
 Laval 364,625 289,865 79.5% 4.4%
 Capitale-Nationale 649,605 622,310 95.8% 9.5%
 Outaouais 338,190 313,775 92.8% 4.8%
 Laurentides 506,075 485,690 96.0% 7.4%
 Estrie 293,955 279,230 95.0% 4.3%
 Lanaudière 425,210 412,165 96.9% 6.3%
Eastern ERs 896,180 882,775 98.5% 13.5%
 Centre-du-Québec 219,640 214,505 97.7% 3.3%
 Chaudière-Appalaches 387,315 382,325 98.7% 5.9%
 Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine 93,180 92,305 99.1% 1.4%
 Bas-Saint-Laurent 196,050 193,645 98.8% 3.0%
Northern ERs 798,365 788,210 98.7% 12.1%
 Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean 269,215 266,535 99.0% 4.1%
 Mauricie 252,930 248,635 98.3% 3.8%
 Côte-Nord 94,805 93,850 99.0% 1.4%
 Abitibi-Témiscamingue 141,865 139,995 98.7% 2.1%
 Nord-du-Québec 39,550 39,190 99.1% 0.6%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 7.1: Distribution of immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census
Total population Immigrants Share (%) Distribution across QC
Quebec total  7,435,905 851,560 11.5% 100.0%
 Montréal 1,823,900 560,395 30.7% 65.8%
 Montérégie 1,339,790 100,785 7.5% 11.8%
 Laval 364,625 73,565 20.2% 8.6%
 Capitale-Nationale 649,605 25,165 3.9% 3.0%
 Outaouais 338,190 23,635 7.0% 2.8%
 Laurentides 506,075 19,825 3.9% 2.3%
 Estrie 293,955 13,530 4.6% 1.6%
 Lanaudière 425,210 12,675 3.0% 1.5%
Eastern ERs 896,180 12,405 1.4% 1.5%
 Centre-du-Québec 219,640 4,890 2.2% 0.6%
 Chaudière-Appalaches 387,315 6,670 1.2% 0.5%
 Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine 93,180 845 0.9% 0.1%
 Bas-Saint-Laurent 196,050 2,005 1.0% 0.2%
Northern ERs 798,365 9,575 1.2% 1.1%
 Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean 269,215 2,535 0.9% 0.3%
 Mauricie 252,930 3,990 1.6% 0.5%
 Côte-Nord 94,805 920 1.0% 0.1%
 Abitibi-Témiscamingue 141,865 1,780 1.3% 0.2%
 Nord-du-Québec 39,550 355 0.9% 0.0%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 7.2: Distribution of English FOLS Non-immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census
Total population Non-immigrants Share (%) Distribution across QC
Quebec total  885,445 618,065 69.8% 100.0%
 Montréal 523,575 324,980 62.1% 52.6%
 Montérégie 132,065 102,020 77.2% 16.5%
 Laval 56,065 38,580 68.8% 6.2%
 Capitale-Nationale 10,150 8,115 80.0% 1.3%
 Outaouais 55,515 47,870 86.2% 7.7%
 Laurentides 31,385 26,355 84.0% 4.3%
 Estrie 22,365 19,675 88.0% 3.2%
 Lanaudière 9,065 7,820 86.3% 1.3%
Eastern ERs 16,005 14,590 91.2% 2.4%
 Centre-du-Québec 2,140 1,835 85.7% 0.3%
 Chaudière-Appalaches 3,415 2,740 80.2% 0.4%
 Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine 9,290 9,040 97.3% 1.5%
 Bas-Saint-Laurent 1,165 975 83.7% 0.2%
Northern ERs 29,250 28,070 96.0% 4.5%
 Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean 1,630 1,365 83.7% 0.2%
 Mauricie 2,270 1,980 87.2% 0.3%
 Côte-Nord 5,285 5,195 98.3% 0.8%
 Abitibi-Témiscamingue 5,080 4,655 91.6% 0.8%
 Nord-du-Québec 14,990 14,880 99.3% 2.4%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 7.3: Distribution of English FOLS immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census
Total population Immigrants Share (%) Distribution across QC
Quebec total  885,445 248,165 28.0% 100.0%
 Montréal 523,575 182,065 34.8% 73.4%
 Montérégie 132,065 28,820 21.8% 11.6%
 Laval 56,065 17,225 30.7% 6.9%
 Capitale-Nationale 10,150 1,770 17.4% 0.7%
 Outaouais 55,515 7,435 13.4% 3.0%
 Laurentides 31,385 4,850 15.5% 2.0%
 Estrie 22,365 2,370 10.6% 1.0%
 Lanaudière 9,065 1,215 13.4% 0.5%
Eastern ERs 16,005 1,310 8.2% 0.5%
 Centre-du-Québec 2,140 280 13.1% 0.1%
 Chaudière-Appalaches 3,415 620 18.2% 0.2%
 Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine 9,290 245 2.6% 0.1%
 Bas-Saint-Laurent 1,165 160 13.7% 0.1%
Northern ERs 29,250 1,105 3.8% 0.4%
 Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean 1,630 245 15.0% 0.1%
 Mauricie 2,270 260 11.5% 0.1%
 Côte-Nord 5,285 90 1.7% 0.0%
 Abitibi-Témiscamingue 5,080 405 8.0% 0.2%
 Nord-du-Québec 14,990 105 0.7% 0.0%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 7.4: Distribution of French FOLS Non-immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census
Total population Non-immigrants Share (%) Distribution across QC
Quebec total  6,263,950 5,830,325 93.1% 100.0%
 Montréal 1,110,145 853,940 76.9% 14.6%
 Montérégie 1,179,055 1,125,040 95.4% 19.3%
 Laval 278,370 241,630 86.8% 4.1%
 Capitale-Nationale 634,840 612,850 96.5% 10.5%
 Outaouais 275,080 263,115 95.7% 4.5%
 Laurentides 470,150 456,590 97.1% 7.8%
 Estrie 268,530 258,500 96.3% 4.4%
 Lanaudière 413,070 402,690 97.5% 6.9%
Eastern ERs 877,450 866,830 98.8% 14.9%
 Centre-du-Québec 216,350 212,360 98.2% 3.6%
 Chaudière-Appalaches 383,180 379,130 98.9% 6.5%
 Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine 83,420 82,860 99.3% 1.4%
 Bas-Saint-Laurent 194,500 192,485 99.0% 3.3%
Northern ERs 757,255 749,140 98.9% 12.8%
 Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean 267,090 264,875 99.2% 4.5%
 Mauricie 249,425 245,825 98.6% 4.2%
 Côte-Nord 88,095 87,275 99.1% 1.5%
 Abitibi-Témiscamingue 136,070 134,800 99.1% 2.3%
 Nord-du-Québec 16,570 16,360 98.7% 0.3%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 7.5: Distribution of French FOLS immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census
Total population Immigrants Share (%) Distribution across QC
Quebec total  6,263,950 412,195 6.6% 100.0%
 Montréal 1,110,145 241,390 21.7% 58.6%
 Montérégie 1,179,055 52,515 4.5% 12.7%
 Laval 278,370 36,040 12.9% 8.7%
 Capitale-Nationale 634,840 20,375 3.2% 4.9%
 Outaouais 275,080 11,500 4.2% 2.8%
 Laurentides 470,150 13,220 2.8% 3.2%
 Estrie 268,530 9,350 3.5% 2.3%
 Lanaudière 413,070 10,175 2.5% 2.5%
Eastern ERs 877,450 9,905 1.1% 2.4%
 Centre-du-Québec 216,350 3,865 1.8% 0.9%
 Chaudière-Appalaches 383,180 3,790 1.0% 0.9%
 Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine 83,420 530 0.6% 0.1%
 Bas-Saint-Laurent 194,500 1,720 0.9% 0.4%
Northern ERs 757,255 7,710 1.0% 1.9%
 Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean 267,090 2,130 0.8% 0.5%
 Mauricie 249,425 3,370 1.4% 0.8%
 Côte-Nord 88,095 795 0.9% 0.2%
 Abitibi-Témiscamingue 136,070 1,200 0.9% 0.3%
 Nord-du-Québec 16,570 215 1.3% 0.1%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 7.6: Distribution of English-French FOLS Non-immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census
Total population Non-immigrants Share (%) Distribution across QC
Quebec total  218,555 63,495 29.1% 100.0%
 Montréal 144,690 34,885 24.1% 54.9%
 Montérégie 23,160 6,920 29.9% 10.9%
 Laval 24,790 7,810 31.5% 12.3%
 Capitale-Nationale 3,375 905 26.8% 1.4%
 Outaouais 6,410 2,370 37.0% 3.7%
 Laurentides 3,585 2,150 60.0% 3.4%
 Estrie 2,425 820 33.8% 1.3%
 Lanaudière 2,105 1,055 50.1% 1.7%
Eastern ERs 1,830 1,045 57.1% 1.6%
 Centre-du-Québec 555 200 36.0% 0.3%
 Chaudière-Appalaches 580 360 62.1% 0.6%
 Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine 435 365 83.9% 0.6%
 Bas-Saint-Laurent 260 115 44.2% 0.2%
Northern ERs 6,180 5,545 89.7% 8.7%
 Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean 400 245 61.3% 0.4%
 Mauricie 610 320 52.5% 0.5%
 Côte-Nord 695 660 95.0% 1.0%
 Abitibi-Témiscamingue 565 440 77.9% 0.7%
 Nord-du-Québec 3,905 3,880 99.4% 6.1%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 7.7: Distribution of English-French FOLS immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census
Total population Immigrants Share (%) Distribution across QC
Quebec total  218,555 149,825 68.6% 100.0%
 Montréal 144,690 105,720 73.1% 70.6%
 Montérégie 23,160 15,855 68.5% 10.6%
 Laval 24,790 16,830 67.9% 11.2%
 Capitale-Nationale 3,375 2,285 67.7% 1.5%
 Outaouais 6,410 3,965 61.9% 2.6%
 Laurentides 3,585 1,410 39.3% 0.9%
 Estrie 2,425 1,440 59.4% 1.0%
 Lanaudière 2,105 1,045 49.6% 0.7%
Eastern ERs 1,830 715 39.1% 0.5%
 Centre-du-Québec 555 340 61.3% 0.2%
 Chaudière-Appalaches 580 215 37.1% 0.1%
 Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine 435 70 16.1% 0.0%
 Bas-Saint-Laurent 260 90 34.6% 0.1%
Northern ERs 6,180 565 9.1% 0.4%
 Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean 400 120 30.0% 0.1%
 Mauricie 610 260 42.6% 0.2%
 Côte-Nord 695 25 3.6% 0.0%
 Abitibi-Témiscamingue 565 130 23.0% 0.1%
 Nord-du-Québec 3,905 30 0.8% 0.0%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 7.8: Distribution of Anglophone FOLS Non-immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census
Total population Non-immigrants Share (%) Distribution across QC
Quebec total  994,723 649,813 65.3% 100.0%
 Montréal 595,920 342,423 57.5% 52.7%
 Montérégie 143,645 105,480 73.4% 16.2%
 Laval 68,460 42,485 62.1% 6.5%
 Capitale-Nationale 11,838 8,568 72.4% 1.3%
 Outaouais 58,720 49,055 83.5% 7.5%
 Laurentides 33,178 27,430 82.7% 4.2%
 Estrie 23,578 20,085 85.2% 3.1%
 Lanaudière 10,118 8,348 82.5% 1.3%
Eastern ERs 16,920 15,113 89.3% 2.3%
 Centre-du-Québec 2,418 1,935 80.0% 0.3%
 Chaudière-Appalaches 3,705 2,920 78.8% 0.4%
 Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine 9,508 9,223 97.0% 1.4%
 Bas-Saint-Laurent 1,295 1,033 79.7% 0.2%
Northern ERs 32,340 30,843 95.4% 4.7%
 Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean 1,830 1,488 81.3% 0.2%
 Mauricie 2,575 2,140 83.1% 0.3%
 Côte-Nord 5,633 5,525 98.1% 0.9%
 Abitibi-Témiscamingue 5,363 4,875 90.9% 0.8%
 Nord-du-Québec 16,943 16,820 99.3% 2.6%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 7.9: Distribution of Anglophone FOLS immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census
Total population Immigrants Share (%) Distribution across QC
Quebec total  994,723 323,078 32.5% 100.0%
 Montréal 595,920 234,925 39.4% 72.7%
 Montérégie 143,645 36,748 25.6% 11.4%
 Laval 68,460 25,640 37.5% 7.9%
 Capitale-Nationale 11,838 2,913 24.6% 0.9%
 Outaouais 58,720 9,418 16.0% 2.9%
 Laurentides 33,178 5,555 16.7% 1.7%
 Estrie 23,578 3,090 13.1% 1.0%
 Lanaudière 10,118 1,738 17.2% 0.5%
Eastern ERs 16,920 1,668 9.9% 0.5%
 Centre-du-Québec 2,418 450 18.6% 0.1%
 Chaudière-Appalaches 3,705 728 19.6% 0.2%
 Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine 9,508 280 2.9% 0.1%
 Bas-Saint-Laurent 1,295 205 15.8% 0.1%
Northern ERs 32,340 1,388 4.3% 0.4%
 Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean 1,830 305 16.7% 0.1%
 Mauricie 2,575 390 15.1% 0.1%
 Côte-Nord 5,633 103 1.8% 0.0%
 Abitibi-Témiscamingue 5,363 470 8.8% 0.1%
 Nord-du-Québec 16,943 120 0.7% 0.0%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 7.10: Distribution of Francophone FOLS Non-immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census
Total population Non-immigrants Share (%) Distribution across QC
Quebec total  6,373,228 5,862,073 92.0% 100.0%
 Montréal 1,182,490 871,383 73.7% 14.9%
 Montérégie 1,190,635 1,128,500 94.8% 19.3%
 Laval 290,765 245,535 84.4% 4.2%
 Capitale-Nationale 636,528 613,303 96.4% 10.5%
 Outaouais 278,285 264,300 95.0% 4.5%
 Laurentides 471,943 457,665 97.0% 7.8%
 Estrie 269,743 258,910 96.0% 4.4%
 Lanaudière 414,123 403,218 97.4% 6.9%
Eastern ERs 878,365 867,353 98.7% 14.8%
 Centre-du-Québec 216,628 212,460 98.1% 3.6%
 Chaudière-Appalaches 383,470 379,310 98.9% 6.5%
 Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine 83,638 83,043 99.3% 1.4%
 Bas-Saint-Laurent 194,630 192,543 98.9% 3.3%
Northern ERs 760,345 751,913 98.9% 12.8%
 Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean 267,290 264,998 99.1% 4.5%
 Mauricie 249,730 245,985 98.5% 4.2%
 Côte-Nord 88,443 87,605 99.1% 1.5%
 Abitibi-Témiscamingue 136,353 135,020 99.0% 2.3%
 Nord-du-Québec 18,523 18,300 98.8% 0.3%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 7.11: Distribution of Francophone FOLS immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census
Total population Immigrants Share (%) Distribution across QC
Quebec total  6,373,228 487,108 7.6% 100.0%
 Montréal 1,182,490 294,250 24.9% 60.4%
 Montérégie 1,190,635 60,443 5.1% 12.4%
 Laval 290,765 44,455 15.3% 9.1%
 Capitale-Nationale 636,528 21,518 3.4% 4.4%
 Outaouais 278,285 13,483 4.8% 2.8%
 Laurentides 471,943 13,925 3.0% 2.9%
 Estrie 269,743 10,070 3.7% 2.1%
 Lanaudière 414,123 10,698 2.6% 2.2%
Eastern ERs 878,365 10,263 1.2% 2.1%
 Centre-du-Québec 216,628 4,035 1.9% 0.8%
 Chaudière-Appalaches 383,470 3,898 1.0% 0.8%
 Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine 83,638 565 0.7% 0.1%
 Bas-Saint-Laurent 194,630 1,765 0.9% 0.4%
Northern ERs 760,345 7,993 1.1% 1.6%
 Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean 267,290 2,190 0.8% 0.4%
 Mauricie 249,730 3,500 1.4% 0.7%
 Côte-Nord 88,443 808 0.9% 0.2%
 Abitibi-Témiscamingue 136,353 1,265 0.9% 0.3%
 Nord-du-Québec 18,523 230 1.2% 0.0%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 8: Immigrants by FOLS categories in Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 8: Immigrants by FOLS categories in Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total English FOLS French FOLS English-French FOLS Neither English nor French FOLS Anglophone (FOLS) Francophone (FOLS)
Quebec total 851,560 248,165 29% 412,195 48% 149,825 18% 41,375 5% 323,078 38% 487,108 57%
 Montréal 560,395 182,065 32% 241,390 43% 105,720 19% 31,220 6% 234,925 42% 294,250 53%
 Montérégie 100,785 28,820 29% 52,515 52% 15,855 16% 3,590 4% 36,748 36% 60,443 60%
 Laval 73,565 17,225 23% 36,040 49% 16,830 23% 3,470 5% 25,640 35% 44,455 60%
 Capitale-Nationale 25,165 1,770 7% 20,375 81% 2,285 9% 730 3% 2,913 12% 21,518 86%
 Outaouais 23,635 7,435 31% 11,500 49% 3,965 17% 735 3% 9,418 40% 13,483 57%
 Laurentides 19,825 4,850 24% 13,220 67% 1,410 7% 340 2% 5,555 28% 13,925 70%
 Estrie 13,530 2,370 18% 9,350 69% 1,440 11% 370 3% 3,090 23% 10,070 74%
 Lanaudière 12,675 1,215 10% 10,175 80% 1,045 8% 240 2% 1,738 14% 10,698 84%
Eastern ERs 12,405 1,310 11% 9,905 80% 715 6% 475 4% 1,668 13% 10,263 83%
 Centre-du-Québec 4,890 280 6% 3,865 79% 340 7% 400 8% 450 9% 4,035 83%
 Chaudière-Appalaches 4,670 620 13% 3,790 81% 215 5% 50 1% 728 16% 3,898 83%
 Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine 845 245 29% 530 63% 70 8% 0 0% 280 33% 565 67%
 Bas-Saint-Laurent 2,005 160 8% 1,720 86% 90 4% 25 1% 205 10% 1,765 88%
Northern ERs 9,575 1,105 12% 7,710 81% 565 6% 200 2% 1,388 14% 7,993 83%
 Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean 2,535 245 10% 2,130 84% 120 5% 35 1% 305 12% 2,190 86%
 Mauricie 3,990 260 7% 3,370 84% 260 7% 95 2% 390 10% 3,500 88%
 Côte-Nord 920 90 10% 795 86% 25 3% 10 1% 103 11% 808 88%
 Abitibi-Témiscamingue 1,780 405 23% 1,200 67% 130 7% 45 3% 470 26% 1,265 71%
 Nord-du-Québec 355 105 30% 215 61% 30 8% 10 3% 120 34% 230 65%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 9: Immigrants by FOLS categories showing persons reporting a single response non-official mother tongue (Allophone) for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 9: English FOLS immigrants showing persons reporting a single response on non-official mother tongue (Allophone), Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total # Allophone % Allophone
Quebec total 248,165 168,560 68%
Montréal 182,065 127,665 70%
Montérégie 28,820 16,940 59%
Laval 17,225 13,760 80%
Capitale-Nationale 1,770 585 33%
Outaouais 7,435 4,750 64%
Laurentides 4,850 2,645 55%
Estrie 2,370 725 31%
Lanaudière 1,215 730 60%
Eastern ERs 1,310 305 23%
Northern ERs 1,105 465 42%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 9.1: French FOLS immigrants showing persons reporting a single response on non-official mother tongue (Allophone), Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total # Allophone % Allophone
Quebec total 412,195 241,995 59%
Montréal 241,390 155,055 64%
Montérégie 52,515 25,965 49%
Laval 36,040 23,295 65%
Capitale-Nationale 20,375 9,620 47%
Outaouais 11,500 6,360 55%
Laurentides 13,220 5,365 41%
Estrie 9,350 4,480 48%
Lanaudière 10,175 4,910 48%
Eastern ERs 9,905 3,625 37%
Northern ERs 7,710 3,315 43%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 9.2: English-French FOLS immigrants showing persons reporting a single response on non-official mother tongue (Allophone), Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total # Allophone % Allophone
Quebec total 149,825 147,350 98%
Montréal 105,720 103,980 98%
Montérégie 15,855 15,605 98%
Laval 16,830 16,565 98%
Capitale-Nationale 2,285 2,260 99%
Outaouais 3,965 3,900 98%
Laurentides 1,410 1,380 98%
Estrie 1,440 1,390 97%
Lanaudière 1,045 1,010 97%
Eastern ERs 715 705 99%
Northern ERs 565 555 98%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 9.3: Anglophone FOLS immigrants showing persons reporting a single response on non-official mother tongue (Allophone), Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total # Allophone % Allophone
Quebec total 323,078 242,235 75%
Montréal 234,925 179,655 76%
Montérégie 36,748 24,743 67%
Laval 25,640 22,043 86%
Capitale-Nationale 2,913 1,715 59%
Outaouais 9,418 6,700 71%
Laurentides 5,555 3,335 60%
Estrie 3,090 1,420 46%
Lanaudière 1,738 1,235 71%
Eastern ERs 1,668 658 39%
Northern ERs 1,388 743 54%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 9.4: Francophone FOLS immigrants showing persons reporting a single response on non-official mother tongue (Allophone), Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total # Allophone % Allophone
Quebec total 487,108 315,670 65%
Montréal 294,250 207,045 70%
Montérégie 60,443 33,768 56%
Laval 44,455 31,578 71%
Capitale-Nationale 21,518 10,750 50%
Outaouais 13,483 8,310 62%
Laurentides 13,925 6,055 43%
Estrie 10,070 5,175 51%
Lanaudière 10,698 5,415 51%
Eastern ERs 10,263 3,978 39%
Northern ERs 7,993 3,593 45%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 10: Immigrants by FOLS categories showing knowledge of English and French (official language bilingualism) for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 10: English FOLS immigrants showing knowledge of English and French (official language bilingualism), Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total # bilingual % bilingual
Quebec total 248,165 99,075 40%
Montréal 182,065 68,055 37%
Montérégie 28,820 12,685 44%
Laval 17,220 7,750 45%
Capitale-Nationale 1,770 1,395 79%
Outaouais 7,435 2,440 33%
Laurentides 4,850 2,825 58%
Estrie 2,370 1,415 60%
Lanaudière 1,220 845 69%
Eastern ERs 1,315 980 75%
Northern ERs 1,105 680 62%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 10.1: French FOLS immigrants showing knowledge of English and French (official language bilingualism), Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total # bilingual % bilingual
Quebec total 412,195 179,265 43%
Montréal 241,385 103,890 43%
Montérégie 52,520 24,590 47%
Laval 36,040 17,105 47%
Capitale-Nationale 20,380 7,885 39%
Outaouais 11,505 6,135 53%
Laurentides 13,220 6,375 48%
Estrie 9,350 3,770 40%
Lanaudière 10,175 4,165 41%
Eastern ERs 9,905 2,770 28%
Northern ERs 7,710 2,585 34%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 10.2: English-French FOLS immigrants showing knowledge of English and French (official language bilingualism), Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total # bilingual % bilingual
Quebec total 149,825 149,770 100%
Montréal 105,720 105,670 100%
Montérégie 15,855 15,855 100%
Laval 16,830 16,820 100%
Capitale-Nationale 2,285 2,285 100%
Outaouais 3,965 3,960 100%
Laurentides 1,440 1,410 100%
Estrie 1,440 1,440 100%
Lanaudière 1,050 1,045 100%
Eastern ERs 715 715 100%
Northern ERs 565 565 100%
Table 10.3: Anglophone FOLS immigrants showing knowledge of English and French (official language bilingualism), Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total # bilingual % bilingual
Quebec total 323,078 173,960 54%
Montréal 234,925 120,890 51%
Montérégie 36,748 20,613 56%
Laval 25,635 16,160 63%
Capitale-Nationale 2,913 2,538 87%
Outaouais 9,418 4,420 47%
Laurentides 5,555 3,530 64%
Estrie 3,090 2,135 69%
Lanaudière 1,745 1,368 78%
Eastern ERs 1,673 1,340 80%
Northern ERs 1,388 963 69%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 10.4: Francophone FOLS immigrants showing knowledge of English and French (official language bilingualism), Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total # bilingual % bilingual
Quebec total 487,108 254,150 52%
Montréal 294,245 156,725 53%
Montérégie 60,448 32,725 54%
Laval 44,455 25,515 57%
Capitale-Nationale 21,523 9,028 42%
Outaouais 13,488 8,115 60%
Laurentides 13,925 7,080 51%
Estrie 10,070 4,490 45%
Lanaudière 10,700 4,688 44%
Eastern ERs 10,263 3,130 30%
Northern ERs 7,993 2,868 36%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 11: Allophone immigrants by FOLS categories showing language transfer for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 11: Allophone immigrants by FOLS categories showing language transfer for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
English FOLS to English  French FOLS to French English-French FOLS
to English and French
Anglophones to English Francophones to French
Quebec total 90,715 54% 147,425 61% 8,455 6% 94,360 39% 151,653 48%
Montréal 66,265 52% 88,425 57% 5,890 6% 68,685 38% 91,370 44%
Montérégie 9,705 57% 17,805 69% 825 5% 10,175 41% 18,218 54%
Laval 7,820 57% 15,075 65% 945 6% 8,180 37% 15,548 49%
Capitale-Nationale 445 76% 6,415 67% 105 5% 505 29% 6,468 60%
Outaouais 2,730 57% 4,230 67% 235 6% 2,835 42% 4,348 52%
Laurentides 2,010 76% 3,940 73% 145 11% 2,095 63% 4,013 66%
Estrie 550 76% 2,950 66% 60 4% 590 42% 2,980 58%
Lanaudière 585 80% 3,775 77% 155 15% 635 51% 3,853 71%
Eastern ERs 240 79% 2,305 64% 45 6% 260 40% 2,328 59%
Northern ERs 360 77% 2,515 76% 55 10% 395 53% 2,543 71%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 12: Working immigrants by FOLS categories showing language spoken most often at work* for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 12: English FOLS working immigrants by language spoken most often at work, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Description

The total immigrant count used to calculate percentages, did not include people who reported speaking a "non-official language only" most often at work since in many cases the numbers and percentages were too small for presentation purposes.

Total English-most often at work* French-most often at work** English and French-most often at work***
Quebec total 148,250 112,010 76% 20,730 14% 15,510 10%
Montréal 109,330 85,555 78% 12,275 11% 11,500 11%
Montérégie 17,020 12,070 71% 3,205 19% 1,745 10%
Laval 10,240 6,560 64% 2,115 21% 1,565 15%
Capitale-Nationale 1,055 330 32% 650 62% 75 7%
Outaouais 5,015 4,565 91% 270 5% 180 4%
Laurentides 2,405 1,430 60% 775 32% 200 8%
Estrie 1,120 610 54% 380 34% 130 12%
Lanaudière 715 315 44% 315 44% 85 12%
Eastern ERs 805 280 36% 480 61% 45 6%
Northern ERs 560 300 53% 260 46% 0 0%

*Includes "English only" and "English and a non-official language" spoken most often at work.

**Includes "French only" and "French and a non-official language" spoken most often at work.

***Includes "English and French" and "English, French and a non-official language" spoken most often at work.

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 12.1: French FOLS working immigrants by language spoken most often at work, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Description

The total immigrant count used to calculate percentages, did not include people who reported speaking a "non-official language only" most often at work since in many cases the numbers and percentages were too small for presentation purposes.

Total English-most often at work* French-most often at work** English and French-most often at work***
Quebec total  240,640 18,680 8% 198,885 83% 23,075 10%
Montréal 137,545 11,665 8% 110,670 80% 15,210 11%
Montérégie 31,815 2,295 7% 27,230 86% 2,290 7%
Laval 23,035 1,530 7% 18,605 81% 2,900 13%
Capitale-Nationale 12,255 180 1% 11,625 95% 450 4%
Outaouais 7,270 1,675 23% 4,785 66% 810 11%
Laurentides 8,120 495 6% 7,115 88% 510 6%
Estrie 5,145 270 5% 4,630 90% 245 5%
Lanaudière 6,360 325 5% 5,650 89% 385 6%
Eastern ERs 5,400 120 2% 5,115 95% 165 3%
Northern ERs 3,720 145 4% 3,460 93% 115 3%

*Includes "English only" and "English and a non-official language" spoken most often at work.

**Includes "French only" and "French and a non-official language" spoken most often at work.

***Includes "English and French" and "English, French and a non-official language" spoken most often at work.

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 12.2: English-French FOLS working immigrants by language spoken most often at work, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Description

The total immigrant count used to calculate percentages, did not include people who reported speaking a "non-official language only" most often at work since in many cases the numbers and percentages were too small for presentation purposes.

Total English-most often at work* French-most often at work** English and French-most often at work***
Quebec total 96,315 26,800 28% 48,155 50% 21,360 22%
Montréal 65,595 19,855 30% 31,215 48% 14,525 22%
Montérégie 10,955 2,660 24% 6,030 55% 2,265 21%
Laval 12,015 630 22% 6,110 51% 3,270 27%
Capitale-Nationale 1,610 95 6% 1,390 86% 125 8%
Outaouais 2,865 1,045 36% 1,160 40% 660 23%
Laurentides 905 175 19% 510 56% 220 24%
Estrie 845 150 18% 560 66% 135 16%
Lanaudière 685 85 12% 505 74% 95 14%
Eastern ERs 460 25 5% 390 85% 45 10%
Northern ERs 380 75 20% 295 78% 10 3%

*Includes "English only" and "English and a non-official language" spoken most often at work.

**Includes "French only" and "French and a non-official language" spoken most often at work.

***Includes "English and French" and "English, French and a non-official language" spoken most often at work.

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 12.3: Anglophone FOLS working immigrants by language spoken most often at work, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Description

The total immigrant count used to calculate percentages, did not include people who reported speaking a "non-official language only" most often at work since in many cases the numbers and percentages were too small for presentation purposes.

Total English-most often at work* French-most often at work** English and French-most often at work***
Quebec total 196,408 125,410 64% 44,808 23% 26,190 13%
Montréal 142,128 95,483 67% 27,883 20% 18,763 54%
Montérégie 22,498 13,400 60% 6,220 28% 2,878 58%
Laval 16,248 6,875 42% 5,170 32% 3,200 61%
Capitale-Nationale 1,860 378 20% 1,345 72% 138 50%
Outaouais 6,448 5,088 79% 850 13% 510 58%
Laurentides 2,858 1,518 53% 1,030 36% 310 52%
Estrie 1,543 685 44% 660 43% 198 48%
Lanaudière 1,058 358 34% 568 54% 133 54%
Eastern ERs 1,035 293 28% 675 65% 68 51%
Northern ERs 750 338 45% 408 54% 5 54%

*Includes "English only" and "English and a non-official language" spoken most often at work.

**Includes "French only" and "French and a non-official language" spoken most often at work.

***Includes "English and French" and "English, French and a non-official language" spoken most often at work.

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 12.4: Anglophone FOLS working immigrants by language spoken most often at work, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Description

The total immigrant count used to calculate percentages, did not include people who reported speaking a "non-official language only" most often at work since in many cases the numbers and percentages were too small for presentation purposes.

Total English-most often at work* French-most often at work** English and French-most often at work***
Quebec total 487,108 47,120 10% 129,660 27% 241,645 50%
Montréal 294,250 24,738 8% 84,643 29% 141,768 48%
Montérégie 60,443 6,770 11% 13,378 22% 31,515 52%
Laval 44,455 2,898 7% 10,155 23% 25,420 57%
Capitale-Nationale 21,518 3,303 15% 6,088 28% 9,978 46%
Outaouais 13,483 1,658 12% 3,633 27% 7,223 54%
Laurentides 13,925 1,558 11% 2,483 18% 7,633 55%
Estrie 10,070 1,540 15% 2,770 28% 4,505 45%
Lanaudière 10,698 1,125 11% 2,135 20% 5,838 55%
Eastern ERs 10,263 1,883 18% 2,578 25% 4,363 43%
Northern ERs 7,993 1,650 21% 1,795 22% 3,410 43%

*Includes "English only" and "English and a non-official language" spoken most often at work.

**Includes "French only" and "French and a non-official language" spoken most often at work.

***Includes "English and French" and "English, French and a non-official language" spoken most often at work.

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 13: Immigrants by FOLS categories showing economic regions they lived in five years ago, for the population five years and older, for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 13: French FOLS immigrants showing economic regions they lived in five years ago, population five years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Lived in same economic region- 5 years ago Lived in different economic region in Quebec- 5 years ago Lived in different economic region outside Quebec- 5 years ago
Quebec total 246,935 198,475 80% 10,505 4% 37,955 15%
Montréal 181,165 148,795 82% 2,450 1% 29,920 17%
Montérégie 28,705 21,750 76% 3,865 13% 3,090 11%
Laval 17,180 13,545 79% 2,675 16% 960 6%
Capitale-Nationale 1,735 1,295 75% 95 5% 345 20%
Outaouais 7,395 4,815 65% 165 2% 2,415 33%
Laurentides 4,800 3,685 77% 685 14% 430 9%
Estrie 2,345 1,900 81% 120 5% 325 14%
Lanaudière 1,215 865 71% 270 22% 80 7%
Eastern ERs 1,315 995 76% 85 6% 235 18%
Northern ERs 1,100 845 77% 95 9% 160 15%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 13.1: French FOLS immigrants showing economic regions they lived in five years ago, population five years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Lived in same economic region - 5 years ago Lived in different economic region in Quebec - 5 years ago Lived in different economic region outside Quebec - 5 years ago
Montréal 405,365 300,130 74% 29,205 7% 76,030 19%
Montérégie 51,385 36,530 71% 6,780 13% 8,075 16%
Laval 35,715 25,215 71% 7,200 20% 3,300 9%
Capitale-Nationale 19,845 13,930 70% 1,445 7% 4,470 23%
Outaouais 11,240 7,865 70% 835 7% 2,540 23%
Laurentides 12,875 9,100 71% 2,315 18% 1,460 11%
Estrie 9,145 6,295 69% 715 8% 2,135 23%
Lanaudière 10,020 6,235 62% 2,840 28% 945 9%
Eastern ERs 9,540 6,590 69% 1,205 13% 1,745 18%
Northern ERs 7,345 5,345 73% 630 9% 1,370 19%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 13.2: English-French FOLS immigrants showing economic regions they lived in five years ago, population five years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Lived in same economic region- 5 years ago Lived in different economic region in Quebec- 5 years ago Lived in different economic region outside Quebec- 5 years ago
Quebec total 149,415 109,435 73% 8,755 6% 31,225 21%
Montréal 105,430 80,855 77% 1,530 1% 23,045 22%
Montérégie 15,800 10,255 65% 2,405 15% 3,140 20%
Laval 16,790 11,305 67% 3,500 21% 1,985 12%
Capitale-Nationale 2,280 1,305 57% 90 4% 885 39%
Outaouais 3,960 2,660 67% 255 6% 1,045 26%
Laurentides 1,405 790 56% 430 31% 185 13%
Estrie 1,435 855 60% 75 5% 505 35%
Lanaudière 1,050 615 59% 345 33% 90 9%
Eastern ERs 715 445 62% 75 10% 195 27%
Northern ERs 560 345 62% 55 10% 160 29%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 13.3: Anglophone FOLS immigrants showing economic regions they lived in five years ago, population five years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Lived in same economic region - 5 years ago Lived in different economic region in Quebec - 5 years ago Lived in different economic region outside Quebec - 5 years ago
Quebec total 321,643 253,193 79% 14,883 5% 53,568 17%
Montréal 233,880 189,223 81% 3,215 1% 41,443 18%
Montérégie 36,605 26,878 73% 5,068 14% 4,660 13%
Laval 25,575 19,198 75% 4,425 17% 1,953 8%
Capitale-Nationale 2,875 1,948 68% 140 5% 788 27%
Outaouais 9,375 6,145 66% 293 3% 2,938 31%
Laurentides 5,503 4,080 74% 900 16% 523 9%
Estrie 3,063 2,328 76% 158 5% 578 19%
Lanaudière 1,740 1,173 67% 443 25% 125 7%
Eastern ERs 1,673 1,218 73% 123 7% 333 20%
Northern ERs 1,380 1,018 74% 123 9% 240 17%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 13.4: Francophone FOLS immigrants showing economic regions they lived in five years ago, population five years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Lived in same economic region - 5 years ago Lived in different economic region in Quebec - 5 years ago Lived in different economic region outside Quebec - 5 years ago
Quebec total 480,073 354,848 74% 33,583 7% 91,643 19%
Montréal 290,960 223,458 77% 6,000 2% 61,503 21%
Montérégie 59,285 41,658 70% 7,983 13% 9,645 16%
Laval 44,110 30,868 70% 8,950 20% 4,293 10%
Capitale-Nationale 20,985 14,583 69% 1,490 7% 4,913 23%
Outaouais 13,220 9,195 70% 963 7% 3,063 23%
Laurentides 13,578 9,495 70% 2,530 19% 1,553 11%
Estrie 9,863 6,723 68% 753 8% 2,388 24%
Lanaudière 10,545 6,543 62% 3,013 29% 990 9%
Eastern ERs 9,898 6,813 69% 1,243 13% 1,843 19%
Northern ERs 7,625 5,518 72% 658 9% 1,450 19%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 14: Immigrants by FOLS categories showing average age and age distribution for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 14: Average age and distribution by age group for all immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total 0 to 14
years
15 to 34
years
35 to 64
years
65 years + Average age
Quebec total 851,560 60,610 7% 206,800 24% 435,040 51% 149,110 18% 45
Montréal 560,395 34,210 6% 144,075 26% 280,505 50% 101,605 18% 45
Montérégie 100,785 8,260 8% 20,390 20% 54,315 54% 17,820 18% 45
Laval 73,565 3,665 5% 14,845 20% 42,330 58% 12,735 17% 46
Capitale-Nationale 25,165 3,675 15% 7,055 28% 11,655 46% 2,780 11% 38
Outaouais 23,635 2,115 9% 6,120 26% 12,910 55% 2,490 11% 41
Laurentides 19,825 1,860 9% 3,300 17% 10,690 54% 3,965 20% 47
Estrie 13,530 1,770 13% 3,450 25% 6,190 46% 2,115 16% 41
Lanaudière 12,675 1,200 9% 2,440 19% 6,885 54% 2,145 17% 45
Eastern ERs 12,405 2,110 17% 3,095 25% 5,345 43% 1,855 15% 39
Northern ERs 9,575 1,745 18% 2,035 21% 4,210 44% 1,595 17% 41

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 14.1: Average age and distribution by age group for English FOLS immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total 0 to 14
years
15 to 34
years
35 to 64
years
65 years + Average age
Quebec total 248,165 6,620 3% 48,960 20% 141,070 57% 51,520 21% 49
Montréal 182,065 4,805 3% 39,035 21% 102,165 56% 36,065 20% 48
Montérégie 28,820 685 2% 4,155 14% 17,050 59% 6,930 24% 51
Laval 17,225 325 2% 2,205 13% 10,795 63% 3,895 23% 51
Capitale-Nationale 1,770 130 7% 370 21% 905 51% 365 21% 46
Outaouais 7,435 215 3% 1,670 22% 4,460 60% 1,085 15% 46
Laurentides 4,850 235 5% 595 12% 2,565 53% 1,455 30% 53
Estrie 2,370 85 4% 325 14% 1,190 50% 775 33% 53
Lanaudière 1,215 55 5% 140 12% 655 54% 360 30% 53
Eastern ERs 1,310 35 3% 330 25% 675 52% 265 20% 48
Northern ERs 1,105 45 4% 135 12% 605 55% 320 29% 53

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 14.2: Average age and distribution by age group for French FOLS immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total 0 to 14
years
15 to 34
years
35 to 64
years
65 years + Average age
Quebec total 412,195 43,080 10% 104,555 25% 204,860 50% 59,705 14% 42
Montréal 241,390 21,880 9% 66,470 28% 116,880 48% 36,165 15% 42
Montérégie 52,515 6,275 12% 10,785 21% 27,325 52% 8,135 15% 43
Laval 36,040 2,550 7% 7,850 22% 20,550 57% 5,085 14% 44
Capitale-Nationale 20,375 3,245 16% 5,615 28% 9,435 46% 2,080 10% 38
Outaouais 11,500 1,530 13% 2,885 25% 6,180 54% 915 8% 39
Laurentides 13,220 1,515 11% 2,305 17% 7,285 55% 2,110 16% 44
Estrie 9,350 1,480 16% 2,455 26% 4,205 45% 1,210 13% 39
Lanaudière 10,175 1,115 11% 1,990 20% 5,555 55% 1,520 15% 43
Eastern ERs 9,905 1,855 19% 2,480 25% 4,180 42% 1,390 14% 38
Northern ERs 7,710 1,630 21% 1,715 22% 3,270 42% 1,090 14% 38

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 14.3: Average age and distribution by age group for English-French FOLS immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total 0 to 14
years
15 to 34
years
35 to 64
years
65 years + Average age
Quebec total 149,825 8,080 5% 50,210 34% 73,570 49% 17,970 12% 41
Montréal 105,720 5,715 5% 36,345 34% 49,775 47% 13,890 13% 41
Montérégie 15,855 990 6% 5,185 33% 8,380 53% 1,305 8% 40
Laval 16,830 695 4% 4,610 27% 9,740 58% 1,780 11% 43
Capitale-Nationale 2,285 115 5% 945 41% 1,085 47% 145 6% 37
Outaouais 3,965 255 6% 1,495 38% 2,085 53% 130 3% 37
Laurentides 1,410 85 6% 355 25% 695 49% 275 20% 45
Estrie 1,440 120 8% 630 44% 600 42% 90 6% 35
Lanaudière 1,045 20 2% 290 28% 565 54% 175 17% 45
Eastern ERs 715 55 8% 195 27% 365 51% 100 14% 41
Northern ERs 565 40 7% 160 28% 280 50% 85 15% 43

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 14.4: Average age and distribution by age group for Anglophone FOLS immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total 0 to 14
years
15 to 34
years
35 to 64
years
65 years + Average age
Quebec total 323,078 10,660 3% 74,065 23% 177,855 55% 60,505 19% 45
Montréal 234,925 7,663 3% 57,208 24% 127,053 54% 43,010 18% 45
Montérégie 36,748 1,180 3% 6,748 18% 21,240 58% 7,583 21% 45
Laval 25,640 673 3% 4,510 18% 15,665 61% 4,785 19% 46
Capitale-Nationale 2,913 188 6% 843 29% 1,448 50% 438 15% 38
Outaouais 9,418 343 4% 2,418 26% 5,503 58% 1,150 12% 41
Laurentides 5,555 278 5% 773 14% 2,913 52% 1,593 29% 47
Estrie 3,090 145 5% 640 21% 1,490 48% 820 27% 41
Lanaudière 1,738 65 4% 285 16% 938 54% 448 26% 45
Eastern ERs 1,668 63 4% 428 26% 858 51% 315 19% 39
Northern ERs 1,388 65 5% 215 15% 745 54% 363 26% 41

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 14.5: Average age and distribution by age group for Francophone FOLS immigrants, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total 0 to 14
years
15 to 34
years
35 to 64
years
65 years + Average age
Quebec total 487,108 47,120 10% 129,660 27% 241,645 50% 68,690 14% 45
Montréal 294,250 24,738 8% 84,643 29% 141,768 48% 43,110 15% 45
Montérégie 60,443 6,770 11% 13,378 22% 31,515 52% 8,788 15% 45
Laval 44,455 2,898 7% 10,155 23% 25,420 57% 5,975 13% 46
Capitale-Nationale 21,518 3,303 15% 6,088 28% 9,978 46% 2,153 10% 38
Outaouais 13,483 1,658 12% 3,633 27% 7,223 54% 980 7% 41
Laurentides 13,925 1,558 11% 2,483 18% 7,633 55% 2,248 16% 47
Estrie 10,070 1,540 15% 2,770 28% 4,505 45% 1,255 12% 41
Lanaudière 10,698 1,125 11% 2,135 20% 5,838 55% 1,608 15% 45
Eastern ERs 10,263 1,883 18% 2,578 25% 4,363 43% 1,440 14% 39
Northern ERs 7,993 1,650 21% 1,795 22% 3,410 43% 1,133 14% 41

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 15: Immigrants by FOLS categories showing gender, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 15: Total immigrants by gender, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Male % Male Female % Female
Quebec total 851,560 417,925 49% 433,635 51%
Montréal 560,395 272,365 49% 288,030 51%
Montérégie 100,785 50,090 50% 50,700 50%
Laval 73,565 36,855 50% 36,715 50%
Capitale-Nationale 25,165 12,600 50% 12,570 50%
Outaouais 23,635 11,645 49% 11,990 51%
Laurentides 19,825 10,320 52% 9,500 48%
Estrie 13,530 6,745 50% 6,790 50%
Lanaudière 12,675 6,455 51% 6,225 49%
Eastern ERs 12,405 6,205 50% 6,205 50%
Northern ERs 9,575 4,665 49% 4,915 51%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 15.1: English FOLS immigrants by gender, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Male % Male Female % Female
Quebec total 248,165 121,455 49% 126,710 51%
Montréal 182,065 88,970 49% 93,095 51%
Montérégie 28,820 13,875 48% 14,940 52%
Laval 17,225 8,780 51% 8,445 49%
Capitale-Nationale 1,770 800 45% 975 55%
Outaouais 7,435 3,825 51% 3,605 48%
Laurentides 4,850 2,445 50% 2,405 50%
Estrie 2,370 1,045 44% 1,330 56%
Lanaudière 1,215 580 48% 635 52%
Eastern ERs 1,310 615 47% 695 53%
Northern ERs 1,105 515 47% 595 54%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 15.2: French FOLS immigrants by gender, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Male % Male Female % Female
Quebec total 412,195 201,635 49% 210,560 51%
Montréal 241,390 116,260 48% 125,130 52%
Montérégie 52,515 26,460 50% 26,060 50%
Laval 36,040 17,635 49% 18,405 51%
Capitale-Nationale 20,375 10,265 50% 10,115 50%
Outaouais 11,500 5,440 47% 6,070 53%
Laurentides 13,220 6,935 52% 6,285 48%
Estrie 9,350 4,775 51% 4,580 49%
Lanaudière 10,175 5,165 51% 5,005 49%
Eastern ERs 9,905 4,975 50% 4,930 50%
Northern ERs 7,710 3,720 48% 3,995 52%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 15.3: English-French FOLS immigrants by gender, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Male % Male Female % Female
Quebec total 149,825 81,715 55% 68,115 45%
Montréal 105,720 57,410 54% 48,305 46%
Montérégie 15,855 8,530 54% 7,330 46%
Laval 16,830 9,410 56% 7,420 44%
Capitale-Nationale 2,285 1,255 55% 1,030 45%
Outaouais 3,965 2,165 55% 1,800 45%
Laurentides 1,410 805 57% 605 43%
Estrie 1,440 775 54% 665 46%
Lanaudière 1,045 630 60% 420 40%
Eastern ERs 715 380 53% 335 47%
Northern ERs 565 365 65% 200 35%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 15.4: Anglophone FOLS immigrants by gender, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Male % Male Female % Female
Quebec total 323,078 162,313 50% 160,768 50%
Montréal 234,925 117,675 50% 117,248 50%
Montérégie 36,748 18,140 49% 18,605 51%
Laval 25,640 13,485 53% 12,155 47%
Capitale-Nationale 2,913 1,428 49% 1,490 51%
Outaouais 9,418 4,908 52% 4,505 48%
Laurentides 5,555 2,848 51% 2,708 49%
Estrie 3,090 1,433 46% 1,663 54%
Lanaudière 1,738 895 52% 845 49%
Eastern ERs 1,668 805 48% 863 52%
Northern ERs 1,388 698 50% 695 50%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 15.5: Francophone FOLS immigrants by gender, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Male % Male Female % Female
Quebec total 487,108 242,493 50% 244,618 50%
Montréal 294,250 144,965 49% 149,283 51%
Montérégie 60,443 30,725 51% 29,725 49%
Laval 44,455 22,340 50% 22,115 50%
Capitale-Nationale 21,518 10,893 51% 10,630 49%
Outaouais 13,483 6,523 48% 6,970 52%
Laurentides 13,925 7,338 53% 6,588 47%
Estrie 10,070 5,163 51% 4,913 49%
Lanaudière 10,698 5,480 51% 5,215 49%
Eastern ERs 10,263 5,165 50% 5,098 50%
Northern ERs 7,993 3,903 49% 4,095 51%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 16: Immigrants in private households by FOLS categories showing census family status, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 16: Total immigrants in private households by census family status, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total # and %  of Census family persons # and % Husbands or wives in Census families # and % of Common-law partners in Census families # and % of Lone parents in Census families # and % of Children in Census families # and % of persons not in Census families
Quebec total 848,925 699,345 82% 442,250 63% 54,840 8% 57,215 8% 145,035 21% 149,580 18%
Montréal 559,125 447,325 80% 286,645 64% 28,705 6% 41,240 9% 90,735 20% 111,805 20%
Montérégie 100,455 87,685 87% 55,390 63% 8,575 10% 5,495 6% 18,225 21% 12,770 13%
Laval 73,470 65,670 89% 45,610 69% 3,890 6% 4,550 7% 11,620 18% 7,800 11%
Capitale-Nationale 24,890 20,910 84% 10,570 51% 3,015 14% 1,285 6% 6,035 29% 3,975 16%
Outaouais 23,565 20,215 86% 12,330 61% 1,915 9% 1,485 7% 4,480 22% 3,345 14%
Laurentides 19,630 16,800 86% 10,445 62% 2,470 15% 880 5% 3,005 18% 2,830 14%
Estrie 13,445 11,180 83% 5,900 53% 1,540 14% 710 6% 3,030 27% 2,265 17%
Lanaudière 12,620 10,910 86% 6,440 59% 1,660 15% 675 6% 2,140 20% 1,705 14%
Eastern ERs 12,240 10,620 87% 4,940 47% 1,965 19% 480 5% 3,235 30% 1,615 13%
Northern ERs 9,490 8,025 85% 3,970 49% 1,110 14% 410 5% 2,530 32% 1,470 15%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 16.1: English FOLS immigrants in private households by census family status, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total # and %  of Census family persons # and % Husbands or wives in Census families # and % of Common-law partners in Census families # and % of Lone parents in Census families # and % of Children in Census families # and % of persons not in Census families
Quebec total 247,485 198,625 80% 147,180 74% 12,785 6% 15,795 8% 22,860 12% 48,860 20%
Montréal 181,750 142,345 78% 104,745 74% 8,195 6% 12,145 9% 17,255 12% 39,405 22%
Montérégie 28,710 24,810 86% 18,730 75% 1,820 7% 1,670 7% 2,585 10% 3,900 14%
Laval 17,210 15,315 89% 12,210 80% 750 5% 1,020 7% 1,340 9% 1,900 11%
Capitale-Nationale 1,750 1,490 85% 935 63% 200 13% 100 7% 255 17% 260 15%
Outaouais 7,400 6,105 83% 4,510 74% 650 11% 390 6% 560 9% 1,295 18%
Laurentides 4,760 3,855 81% 2,785 72% 465 12% 165 4% 430 11% 905 19%
Estrie 2,340 1,795 77% 1,285 72% 230 13% 145 8% 140 8% 540 23%
Lanaudière 1,210 1,010 83% 710 70% 145 14% 35 3% 120 12% 205 17%
Eastern ERs 1,260 1,070 85% 660 62% 235 22% 75 7% 100 9% 190 15%
Northern ERs 1,095 840 77% 620 74% 100 12% 50 6% 75 9% 260 24%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 16.2: French FOLS immigrants in private households by census family status, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total # and %  of Census family persons # and % Husbands or wives in Census families # and % of Common-law partners in Census families # and % of Lone parents in Census families # and % of Children in Census families # and % of persons not in Census families
Quebec total 410,510 336,120 82% 188,120 56% 36,765 11% 30,205 9% 81,025 24% 74,385 18%
Montréal 240,595 189,275 79% 107,425 57% 17,110 9% 20,505 11% 44,240 23% 51,325 21%
Montérégie 52,330 45,165 86% 25,225 56% 6,140 14% 2,900 6% 10,895 24% 7,165 14%
Laval 35,965 31,975 89% 20,235 63% 2,600 8% 2,580 8% 6,565 21% 3,985 11%
Capitale-Nationale 20,165 16,735 83% 8,005 48% 2,705 16% 985 6% 5,040 30% 3,430 17%
Outaouais 11,470 9,990 87% 5,290 53% 1,120 11% 825 8% 2,755 28% 1,485 13%
Laurentides 13,125 11,365 87% 6,560 58% 1,880 17% 640 6% 2,280 20% 1,765 13%
Estrie 9,300 7,810 84% 3,790 49% 1,185 15% 490 6% 2,340 30% 1,490 16%
Lanaudière 10,125 8,795 87% 4,940 56% 1,415 16% 605 7% 1,845 21% 1,325 13%
Eastern ERs 9,790 8,450 86% 3,690 44% 1,635 19% 355 4% 2,770 33% 1,335 14%
Northern ERs 7,645 6,560 86% 2,970 45% 975 15% 325 5% 2,300 35% 1,080 14%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 16.3: English-French FOLS immigrants in private households by census family status, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total # and %  of Census family persons # and % Husbands or wives in Census families # and % of Common-law partners in Census families # and % of Lone parents in Census families # and % of Children in Census families # and % of persons not in Census families
Quebec total 149,620 133,115 89% 84,445 63% 4,745 4% 6,520 5% 37,410 28% 16,505 11%
Montréal 105,605 92,095 87% 57,245 62% 3,085 3% 4,925 5% 26,840 29% 13,505 13%
Montérégie 15,830 14,895 94% 9,435 63% 590 4% 555 4% 4,315 29% 930 6%
Laval 16,825 15,825 94% 11,180 71% 515 3% 585 4% 3,545 22% 995 6%
Capitale-Nationale 2,245 2,045 91% 1,305 64% 100 5% 115 6% 520 25% 205 9%
Outaouais 3,960 3,595 91% 2,260 63% 135 4% 145 4% 1,055 29% 365 9%
Laurentides 1,405 1,325 94% 940 71% 115 9% 35 3% 225 17% 85 6%
Estrie 1,435 1,265 88% 705 56% 45 4% 65 5% 450 36% 170 12%
Lanaudière 1,045 930 89% 665 72% 80 9% 25 3% 160 17% 115 11%
Eastern ERs 715 670 94% 415 62% 45 7% 35 5% 175 26% 40 6%
Northern ERs 560 460 82% 295 64% 30 7% 25 5% 120 26% 95 17%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 16.4: Anglophone FOLS immigrants in private households by census family status, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total # and %  of Census family persons # and % Husbands or wives in Census families # and % of Common-law partners in Census families # and % of Lone parents in Census families # and % of Children in Census families # and % of persons not in Census families
Quebec total 322,295 265,183 82% 189,403 71% 15,158 6% 19,055 7% 41,565 16% 57,113 18%
Montréal 234,553 188,393 80% 133,368 71% 9,738 5% 14,608 8% 30,675 16% 46,158 20%
Montérégie 36,625 32,258 88% 23,448 73% 2,115 7% 1,948 6% 4,743 15% 4,365 12%
Laval 25,623 23,228 91% 17,800 77% 1,008 4% 1,313 6% 3,113 13% 2,398 9%
Capitale-Nationale 2,873 2,513 87% 1,588 63% 250 10% 158 6% 515 20% 363 13%
Outaouais 9,380 7,903 84% 5,640 71% 718 9% 463 6% 1,088 14% 1,478 16%
Laurentides 5,463 4,518 83% 3,255 72% 523 12% 183 4% 543 12% 948 17%
Estrie 3,058 2,428 79% 1,638 67% 253 10% 178 7% 365 15% 625 20%
Lanaudière 1,733 1,475 85% 1,043 71% 185 13% 48 3% 200 14% 263 15%
Eastern ERs 1,618 1,405 87% 868 62% 258 18% 93 7% 188 13% 210 13%
Northern ERs 1,375 1,070 78% 768 72% 115 11% 63 6% 135 13% 308 22%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 16.5: Francophone FOLS immigrants in private households by census family status, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total # and %  of Census family persons # and % Husbands or wives in Census families # and % of Common-law partners in Census families # and % of Lone parents in Census families # and % of Children in Census families # and % of persons not in Census families
Quebec total 485,320 402,678 83% 230,343 57% 39,138 10% 33,465 8% 99,730 25% 82,638 17%
Montréal 293,398 235,323 80% 136,048 58% 18,653 8% 22,968 10% 57,660 25% 58,078 20%
Montérégie 60,245 52,613 87% 29,943 57% 6,435 12% 3,178 6% 13,053 25% 7,630 13%
Laval 44,378 39,888 90% 25,825 65% 2,858 7% 2,873 7% 8,338 21% 4,483 10%
Capitale-Nationale 21,288 17,758 83% 8,658 49% 2,755 16% 1,043 6% 5,300 30% 3,533 17%
Outaouais 13,450 11,788 88% 6,420 54% 1,188 10% 898 8% 3,283 28% 1,668 12%
Laurentides 13,828 12,028 87% 7,030 58% 1,938 16% 658 5% 2,393 20% 1,808 13%
Estrie 10,018 8,443 84% 4,143 49% 1,208 14% 523 6% 2,565 30% 1,575 16%
Lanaudière 10,648 9,260 87% 5,273 57% 1,455 16% 618 7% 1,925 21% 1,383 13%
Eastern ERs 10,148 8,785 87% 3,898 44% 1,658 19% 373 4% 2,858 33% 1,355 13%
Northern ERs 7,925 6,790 86% 3,118 46% 990 15% 338 5% 2,360 35% 1,128 14%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 17: Immigrants by FOLS categories showing period of immigration for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 17: Total immigrants by period of immigration, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Before 1991 1991 to 2000 2001 to 2006
Quebec total 851,560 100% 438,940 52% 218,715 26% 193,905 23%
Montréal 560,395 100% 277,995 50% 145,725 26% 136,675 24%
Montérégie 100,785 100% 57,455 57% 24,250 24% 19,080 19%
Laval 73,565 100% 46,270 63% 18,360 25% 8,935 12%
Capitale-Nationale 25,165 100% 9,515 38% 7,370 29% 8,285 33%
Outaouais 23,635 100% 11,025 47% 7,185 30% 5,430 23%
Laurentides 19,825 100% 12,565 63% 4,055 20% 3,200 16%
Estrie 13,530 100% 6,065 45% 3,330 25% 4,135 31%
Lanaudière 12,675 100% 7,605 60% 3,205 25% 1,870 15%
Eastern ERs 12,405 100% 5,755 46% 3,075 25% 3,575 29%
Northern ERs 9,575 100% 4,695 49% 2,165 23% 2,720 28%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 17.1: English FOLS immigrants by period of immigration, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Before 1991 1991 to 2000 2001 to 2006
Quebec total 248,165 100% 150,045 60% 55,965 23% 42,155 17%
Montréal 182,065 100% 103,455 57% 43,720 24% 34,885 19%
Montérégie 28,820 100% 20,140 70% 5,630 20% 3,050 11%
Laval 17,225 100% 13,000 75% 2,895 17% 1,330 8%
Capitale-Nationale 1,770 100% 1,005 57% 395 22% 365 21%
Outaouais 7,435 100% 4,370 59% 1,675 23% 1,395 19%
Laurentides 4,850 100% 3,645 75% 755 16% 445 9%
Estrie 2,370 100% 1,760 74% 290 12% 315 13%
Lanaudière 1,215 100% 1,000 82% 150 12% 70 6%
Eastern ERs 1,310 100% 920 70% 215 16% 180 14%
Northern ERs 1,105 100% 755 68% 235 21% 120 11%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 17.2: French FOLS immigrants by period of immigration, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Before 1991 1991 to 2000 2001 to 2006
Quebec total 412,195 100% 198,515 48% 108,515 26% 105,160 26%
Montréal 241,390 100% 109,920 46% 63,785 26% 67,685 28%
Montérégie 52,515 100% 28,845 55% 12,440 24% 11,230 21%
Laval 36,040 100% 21,285 59% 10,020 28% 4,740 13%
Capitale-Nationale 20,375 100% 7,815 38% 6,140 30% 6,425 32%
Outaouais 11,500 100% 4,990 43% 3,660 32% 2,855 25%
Laurentides 13,220 100% 7,845 59% 2,970 22% 2,400 18%
Estrie 9,350 100% 3,895 42% 2,440 26% 3,025 32%
Lanaudière 10,175 100% 5,870 58% 2,745 27% 1,565 15%
Eastern ERs 9,905 100% 4,465 45% 2,590 26% 2,845 29%
Northern ERs 7,710 100% 3,590 47% 1,725 22% 2,400 31%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 17.3: English-French FOLS immigrants by period of immigration, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Before 1991 1991 to 2000 2001 to 2006
Quebec total 149,825 100% 68,940 46% 44,750 30% 36,140 24%
Montréal 105,720 100% 47,720 45% 31,105 29% 26,890 25%
Montérégie 15,855 100% 7,005 44% 5,155 33% 3,695 23%
Laval 16,830 100% 9,860 59% 4,695 28% 2,275 14%
Capitale-Nationale 2,285 100% 550 24% 720 32% 1,020 45%
Outaouais 3,965 100% 1,370 35% 1,695 43% 900 23%
Laurentides 1,410 100% 850 60% 290 21% 260 18%
Estrie 1,440 100% 380 26% 485 34% 570 40%
Lanaudière 1,045 100% 655 63% 220 21% 170 16%
Eastern ERs 715 100% 270 38% 245 34% 200 28%
Northern ERs 565 100% 270 48% 145 26% 150 27%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 17.4: Anglophone FOLS immigrants by period of immigration, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Before 1991 1991 to 2000 2001 to 2006
Quebec total 323,078 100% 184,515 57% 78,340 24% 60,225 19%
Montréal 234,925 100% 127,315 54% 59,273 25% 48,330 21%
Montérégie 36,748 100% 23,643 64% 8,208 22% 4,898 13%
Laval 25,640 100% 17,930 70% 5,243 20% 2,468 10%
Capitale-Nationale 2,913 100% 1,280 44% 755 26% 875 30%
Outaouais 9,418 100% 5,055 54% 2,523 27% 1,845 20%
Laurentides 5,555 100% 4,070 73% 900 16% 575 10%
Estrie 3,090 100% 1,950 63% 533 17% 600 19%
Lanaudière 1,738 100% 1,328 76% 260 15% 155 9%
Eastern ERs 1,668 100% 1,055 63% 338 20% 280 17%
Northern ERs 1,388 100% 890 64% 308 22% 195 14%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 17.5: Francophone FOLS immigrants by period of immigration, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Before 1991 1991 to 2000 2001 to 2006
Quebec total 487,108 100% 232,985 48% 130,890 32% 123,230 30%
Montréal 294,250 100% 133,780 45% 79,338 27% 81,130 28%
Montérégie 60,443 100% 32,348 54% 15,018 25% 13,078 22%
Laval 44,455 100% 26,215 59% 12,368 28% 5,878 13%
Capitale-Nationale 21,518 100% 8,090 38% 6,500 30% 6,935 32%
Outaouais 13,483 100% 5,675 42% 4,508 33% 3,305 25%
Laurentides 13,925 100% 8,270 59% 3,115 22% 2,530 18%
Estrie 10,070 100% 4,085 41% 2,683 27% 3,310 33%
Lanaudière 10,698 100% 6,198 58% 2,855 27% 1,650 15%
Eastern ERs 10,263 100% 4,600 45% 2,713 26% 2,945 29%
Northern ERs 7,993 100% 3,725 47% 1,798 22% 2,475 31%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 18: Immigrants by FOLS categories showing place of birth for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 18: English FOLS Immigrants by place of birth, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Quebec Montréal Montérégie Laval Capitale-Nationale
Total 248,160 100% 182,065 100% 28,820 100% 17,225 100% 1,770 100%
United States of America 16,520 7% 8,910 5% 2,525 9% 535 3% 560 32%
Central America 3,250 1% 2,290 1% 270 1% 250 1% 40 2%
Caribbean and Bermuda 18,090 7% 14,555 8% 2,135 7% 775 4% 65 4%
South America 7,760 3% 5,925 3% 870 3% 370 2% 65 4%
Europe 91,885 37% 61,570 34% 11,755 41% 9,725 56% 545 31%
Western Europe 12,595 5% 6,855 4% 2,610 9% 795 5% 130 7%
Eastern Europe 24,195 10% 19,170 11% 2,110 7% 1,260 7% 70 4%
Southern Europe 37,765 15% 25,585 14% 3,040 11% 7,255 42% 60 3%
Northern Europe 17,335 7% 9,960 5% 3,990 14% 405 2% 285 16%
Africa 12,025 5% 8,915 5% 1,495 5% 720 4% 95 5%
Northern Africa 5,235 2% 3,870 2% 630 2% 475 3% 10 1%
Subtotal - Saharan Africa 6,785 3% 5,040 3% 865 3% 250 1% 85 5%
Middle East 15,400 6% 11,875 7% 845 3% 1,655 10% 45 3%
Asia 82,025 33% 67,350 37% 8,805 31% 3,100 18% 330 19%
West Central Asia 7,155 3% 5,475 3% 690 2% 710 4% 20 1%
Eastern Asia 24,345 10% 18,835 10% 3,815 13% 410 2% 175 10%
Southeast Asia 20,330 8% 16,970 9% 1,865 6% 655 4% 70 4%
Southern Asia 30,200 12% 26,070 14% 2,435 8% 1,330 8% 60 3%
Oceania and other 930 0% 505 0% 95 0% 55 0% 25 1%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 18: English FOLS Immigrants by place of birth, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Outaouais Laurentides Estrie Lanaudière Eastern ERs Northern ERs
Total 7,435 100% 4,850 100% 2,370 100% 1,215 100% 1,310 100% 1,105 100%
United States of America 835 11% 955 20% 1,045 44% 175 14% 640 49% 335 30%
Central America 255 3% 55 1% 15 1% 60 5% 10 1% 10 1%
Caribbean and Bermuda 215 3% 165 3% 75 3% 45 4% 55 4% 15 1%
South America 320 4% 115 2% 25 1% 25 2% 35 3% 10 1%
Europe 2,960 40% 2,820 58% 925 39% 750 62% 360 27% 485 44%
Western Europe 720 10% 820 17% 280 12% 130 11% 95 7% 150 14%
Eastern Europe 720 10% 445 9% 75 3% 185 15% 40 3% 105 10%
Southern Europe 630 8% 655 14% 120 5% 350 29% 40 3% 40 4%
Northern Europe 890 12% 890 18% 450 19% 80 7% 185 14% 190 17%
Africa 590 8% 110 2% 25 1% 10 1% 25 2% 40 4%
Northern Africa 175 2% 55 1% 10 0% 10 1% 0 0% 10 1%
Subtotal - Saharan Africa 415 6% 55 1% 10 0% 0 0% 20 2% 35 3%
Middle East 745 10% 120 2% 15 1% 55 5% 25 2% 35 3%
Asia 1,385 19% 455 9% 215 9% 80 7% 135 10% 180 16%
West Central Asia 205 3% 15 0% 20 1% 0 0% 10 1% 10 1%
Eastern Asia 625 8% 160 3% 130 5% 65 5% 55 4% 80 7%
Southeast Asia 400 5% 205 4% 35 1% 10 1% 30 2% 90 8%
Southern Asia 150 2% 75 2% 25 1% 0 0% 40 3% 10 1%
Oceania and other 115 2% 60 1% 30 1% 15 1% 25 2% 10 1%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 18.1: French FOLS Immigrants by place of birth, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Quebec Montréal Montérégie Laval Capitale-Nationale
Total  412,195 100% 241,390 100% 52,520 100% 36,040 100% 20,380 100%
United States of America 9,155 2% 2,320 1% 1,925 4% 480 1% 640 3%
Central America 16,765 4% 11,110 5% 1,650 3% 1,135 3% 650 3%
Caribbean and Bermuda 56,745 14% 39,475 16% 4,935 9% 6,980 19% 915 4%
South America 27,300 7% 13,955 6% 4,500 9% 1,805 5% 1,650 8%
Europe 144,160 35% 72,810 30% 22,275 42% 10,295 29% 9,735 48%
Western Europe 75,125 18% 30,580 13% 14,930 28% 3,715 10% 6,530 32%
Eastern Europe 20,620 5% 12,590 5% 2,770 5% 1,720 5% 1,030 5%
Southern Europe 47,675 12% 29,300 12% 4,455 8% 4,825 13% 2,100 10%
Northern Europe 740 0% 345 0% 125 0% 40 0% 70 0%
Africa 95,145 23% 65,040 27% 9,730 19% 6,925 19% 4,290 21%
Northern Africa 67,720 16% 48,285 20% 6,240 12% 5,945 16% 2,180 11%
Subtotal - Saharan Africa 27,425 7% 16,755 7% 3,485 7% 985 3% 2,110 10%
Middle East 22,870 6% 14,300 6% 1,575 3% 4,985 14% 355 2%
Asia 38,900 9% 21,795 9% 5,810 11% 3,345 9% 2,060 10%
West Central Asia 6,895 2% 4,240 2% 1,215 2% 640 2% 290 1%
Eastern Asia 11,065 3% 4,595 2% 2,000 4% 380 1% 995 5%
Southeast Asia 18,940 5% 11,520 5% 2,320 4% 2,185 6% 740 4%
Southern Asia 2,000 0% 1,440 1% 275 1% 140 0% 30 0%
Oceania and other 455 0% 200 0% 40 0% 30 0% 20 0%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 18.1: French FOLS Immigrants by place of birth, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Outaouais Laurentides Estrie Lanaudière Eastern ERs Northern ERs
Total  11,500 100% 13,220 100% 9,350 100% 10,175 100% 9,905 100% 7,710 100%
United States of America 265 2% 375 3% 1,065 11% 425 4% 1,230 12% 435 6%
Central America 405 4% 330 2% 590 6% 370 4% 280 3% 245 3%
Caribbean and Bermuda 980 9% 750 6% 360 4% 1,460 14% 415 4% 470 6%
South America 795 7% 850 6% 815 9% 825 8% 1,395 14% 700 9%
Europe 4,675 41% 7,845 59% 3,745 40% 4,935 49% 4,480 45% 3,355 44%
Western Europe 2,370 21% 5,380 41% 2,595 28% 3,105 31% 3,545 36% 2,365 31%
Eastern Europe 515 4% 445 3% 310 3% 420 4% 470 5% 350 5%
Southern Europe 1,710 15% 1,980 15% 830 9% 1,400 14% 460 5% 625 8%
Northern Europe 85 1% 45 0% 15 0% 0 0% 0 0% 15 0%
Africa 2,720 24% 1,285 10% 1,835 20% 1,280 13% 845 9% 1,200 16%
Northern Africa 1,155 10% 870 7% 920 10% 880 9% 500 5% 740 10%
Subtotal - Saharan Africa 1,560 14% 410 3% 915 10% 400 4% 340 3% 455 6%
Middle East 835 7% 455 3% 70 1% 145 1% 55 1% 85 1%
Asia 800 7% 1,240 9% 830 9% 690 7% 1,130 11% 1,200 16%
West Central Asia 50 0% 65 0% 270 3% 50 0% 40 0% 40 1%
Eastern Asia 380 3% 520 4% 315 3% 350 3% 765 8% 765 10%
Southeast Asia 365 3% 630 5% 230 2% 280 3% 305 3% 365 5%
Southern Asia 10 0% 25 0% 15 0% 15 0% 25 0% 30 0%
Oceania and other 0 0% 55 0% 0 0% 25 0% 55 1% 10 0%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 18.2: English-French FOLS Immigrants by place of birth, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Quebec Montréal Montérégie Laval Capitale-Nationale
Total  149,830 100% 105,720 100% 15,855 100% 16,830 100% 2,285 100%
United States of America 785 1% 470 0% 130 1% 60 0% 10 0%
Central America 7,945 5% 5,860 6% 650 4% 725 4% 110 5%
Caribbean and Bermuda 4,265 3% 3,380 3% 280 2% 420 2% 50 2%
South America 11,095 7% 6,935 7% 1,945 12% 940 6% 295 13%
Europe 56,170 37% 39,880 38% 5,370 34% 6,220 37% 885 39%
Western Europe 2,300 2% 1,005 1% 520 3% 135 1% 105 5%
Eastern Europe 25,710 17% 18,545 18% 3,155 20% 2,220 13% 490 21%
Southern Europe 27,865 19% 20,125 19% 1,655 10% 3,865 23% 290 13%
Northern Europe 295 0% 205 0% 45 0% 0 0% 0 0%
Africa 15,450 10% 11,390 11% 1,455 9% 1,260 7% 390 17%
Northern Africa 11,875 8% 9,120 9% 920 6% 1,015 6% 175 8%
Subtotal - Saharan Africa 3,575 2% 2,280 2% 535 3% 245 1% 210 9%
Middle East 17,105 11% 10,700 10% 695 4% 4,575 27% 35 2%
Asia 36,770 25% 26,950 25% 5,300 33% 2,620 16% 515 23%
West Central Asia 7,545 5% 5,005 5% 975 6% 1,030 6% 190 8%
Eastern Asia 9,785 7% 7,095 7% 2,100 13% 125 1% 95 4%
Southeast Asia 12,095 8% 8,840 8% 1,500 9% 1,035 6% 180 8%
Southern Asia 7,340 5% 6,005 6% 730 5% 430 3% 45 2%
Oceania and other 40 0% 10 0% 20 0% 0 0% 10 0%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 18.2: English-French FOLS Immigrants by place of birth, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Outaouais Laurentides Estrie Lanaudière Eastern ERs Northern ERs
Total  3,965 100% 1,410 100% 1,435 100% 1,045 100% 715 100% 565 100%
United States of America 10 0% 40 3% 50 3% 10 1% 15 2% 10 2%
Central America 260 7% 90 6% 110 8% 70 7% 40 6% 25 4%
Caribbean and Bermuda 65 2% 0 0% 10 1% 50 5% 0 0% 0 0%
South America 285 7% 90 6% 305 21% 115 11% 135 19% 55 10%
Europe 1,510 38% 740 52% 530 37% 520 50% 300 42% 225 40%
Western Europe 100 3% 160 11% 80 6% 40 4% 85 12% 65 12%
Eastern Europe 540 14% 290 21% 160 11% 165 16% 40 6% 95 17%
Southern Europe 860 22% 245 17% 285 20% 305 29% 165 23% 60 11%
Northern Europe 10 0% 35 2% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0%
Africa 515 13% 70 5% 110 8% 100 10% 80 11% 85 15%
Northern Africa 305 8% 65 5% 95 7% 70 7% 50 7% 55 10%
Subtotal - Saharan Africa 210 5% 10 1% 15 1% 25 2% 30 4% 30 5%
Middle East 870 22% 120 9% 15 1% 70 7% 20 3% 10 2%
Asia 460 12% 245 17% 310 22% 105 10% 115 16% 145 26%
West Central Asia 105 3% 45 3% 150 10% 0 0% 20 3% 30 5%
Eastern Asia 130 3% 55 4% 50 3% 35 3% 50 7% 50 9%
Southeast Asia 195 5% 115 8% 60 4% 65 6% 40 6% 65 12%
Southern Asia 35 1% 25 2% 60 4% 0 0% 10 1% 0 0%
Oceania and other 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 18.3: Anglophone FOLS Immigrants by place of birth, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Quebec Montréal Montérégie Laval Capitale-Nationale
Total  323,075 100% 234,925 100% 36,748 100% 25,640 100% 2,913 100%
United States of America 16,913 5% 9,145 4% 2,590 7% 565 2% 565 19%
Central America 7,223 2% 5,220 2% 595 2% 613 2% 95 3%
Caribbean and Bermuda 20,223 6% 16,245 7% 2,275 6% 985 4% 90 3%
South America 13,308 4% 9,393 4% 1,843 5% 840 3% 213 7%
Europe 119,970 37% 81,510 35% 14,440 39% 12,835 50% 988 34%
Western Europe 13,745 4% 7,358 3% 2,870 8% 863 3% 183 6%
Eastern Europe 37,050 11% 28,443 12% 3,688 10% 2,370 9% 315 11%
Southern Europe 51,698 16% 35,648 15% 3,868 11% 9,188 36% 205 7%
Northern Europe 17,483 5% 10,063 4% 4,013 11% 405 2% 285 10%
Africa 19,750 6% 14,610 6% 2,223 6% 1,350 5% 290 10%
Northern Africa 11,173 3% 8,430 4% 1,090 3% 983 4% 98 3%
Subtotal - Saharan Africa 8,573 3% 6,180 3% 1,133 3% 373 1% 190 7%
Middle East 23,953 7% 17,225 7% 1,193 3% 3,943 15% 63 2%
Asia 100,410 31% 80,825 34% 11,455 31% 4,410 17% 588 20%
West Central Asia 10,928 3% 7,978 3% 1,178 3% 1,225 5% 115 4%
Eastern Asia 29,238 9% 22,383 10% 4,865 13% 473 2% 223 8%
Southeast Asia 26,378 8% 21,390 9% 2,615 7% 1,173 5% 160 5%
Southern Asia 33,870 10% 29,073 12% 2,800 8% 1,545 6% 83 3%
Oceania and other 950 0% 510 0% 105 0% 55 0% 30 1%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 18.3: Anglophone FOLS Immigrants by place of birth, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Outaouais Laurentides Estrie Lanaudière Eastern ERs Northern ERs
Total 9,418 100% 5,555 100% 3,088 100% 1,738 100% 1,668 100% 1,388 100%
United States of America 840 9% 975 18% 1,070 35% 180 10% 648 39% 340 25%
Central America 385 4% 100 2% 70 2% 95 5% 30 2% 23 2%
Caribbean and Bermuda 248 3% 165 3% 80 3% 70 4% 55 3% 15 1%
South America 463 5% 160 3% 178 6% 83 5% 103 6% 38 3%
Europe 3,715 39% 3,190 57% 1,190 39% 1,010 58% 510 31% 598 43%
Western Europe 770 8% 900 16% 320 10% 150 9% 138 8% 183 13%
Eastern Europe 990 11% 590 11% 155 5% 268 15% 60 4% 153 11%
Southern Europe 1,060 11% 778 14% 263 9% 503 29% 123 7% 70 5%
Northern Europe 895 10% 908 16% 450 15% 80 5% 185 11% 190 14%
Africa 848 9% 145 3% 80 3% 60 3% 65 4% 83 6%
Northern Africa 328 3% 88 2% 58 2% 45 3% 25 1% 38 3%
Subtotal - Saharan Africa 520 6% 60 1% 18 1% 13 1% 35 2% 50 4%
Middle East 1,180 13% 180 3% 23 1% 90 5% 35 2% 40 3%
Asia 1,615 17% 578 10% 370 12% 133 8% 193 12% 253 18%
West Central Asia 258 3% 38 1% 95 3% 0 0% 20 1% 25 2%
Eastern Asia 690 7% 188 3% 155 5% 83 5% 80 5% 105 8%
Southeast Asia 498 5% 263 5% 65 2% 43 2% 50 3% 123 9%
Southern Asia 168 2% 88 2% 55 2% 0 0% 45 3% 10 1%
Oceania and other 115 1% 60 1% 30 1% 15 1% 25 1% 10 1%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 18.4: Francophone FOLS Immigrants by place of birth, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Quebec Montréal Montérégie Laval Capitale-Nationale
Total 487,110 100% 294,250 100% 60,448 100% 44,455 100% 21,523 100%
United States of America 9,548 2% 2,555 1% 1,990 3% 510 1% 645 3%
Central America 20,738 4% 14,040 5% 1,975 3% 1,498 3% 705 3%
Caribbean and Bermuda 58,878 12% 41,165 14% 5,075 8% 7,190 16% 940 4%
South America 32,848 7% 17,423 6% 5,473 9% 2,275 5% 1,798 8%
Europe 172,245 35% 92,750 32% 24,960 41% 13,405 30% 10,178 47%
Western Europe 76,275 16% 31,083 11% 15,190 25% 3,783 9% 6,583 31%
Eastern Europe 33,475 7% 21,863 7% 4,348 7% 2,830 6% 1,275 6%
Southern Europe 61,608 13% 39,363 13% 5,283 9% 6,758 15% 2,245 10%
Northern Europe 888 0% 448 0% 148 0% 40 0% 70 0%
Africa 102,870 21% 70,735 24% 10,458 17% 7,555 17% 4,485 21%
Northern Africa 73,658 15% 52,845 18% 6,700 11% 6,453 15% 2,268 11%
Subtotal - Saharan Africa 29,213 6% 17,895 6% 3,753 6% 1,108 2% 2,215 10%
Middle East 31,423 6% 19,650 7% 1,923 3% 7,273 16% 373 2%
Asia 57,285 12% 35,270 12% 8,460 14% 4,655 10% 2,318 11%
West Central Asia 10,668 2% 6,743 2% 1,703 3% 1,155 3% 385 2%
Eastern Asia 15,958 3% 8,143 3% 3,050 5% 443 1% 1,043 5%
Southeast Asia 24,988 5% 15,940 5% 3,070 5% 2,703 6% 830 4%
Southern Asia 5,670 1% 4,443 2% 640 1% 355 1% 53 0%
Oceania and other 475 0% 205 0% 50 0% 30 0% 25 0%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 18.4: Francophone FOLS Immigrants by place of birth, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Outaouais Laurentides Estrie Lanaudière Eastern ERs Northern ERs
Total 13,483 100% 13,925 100% 10,068 100% 10,698 100% 10,263 100% 7,993 100%
United States of America 270 2% 395 3% 1,090 11% 430 4% 1,238 12% 440 6%
Central America 535 4% 375 3% 645 6% 405 4% 300 3% 258 3%
Caribbean and Bermuda 1,013 8% 750 5% 365 4% 1,485 14% 415 4% 470 6%
South America 938 7% 895 6% 968 10% 883 8% 1,463 14% 728 9%
Europe 5,430 40% 8,215 59% 4,010 40% 5,195 49% 4,630 45% 3,468 43%
Western Europe 2,420 18% 5,460 39% 2,635 26% 3,125 29% 3,588 35% 2,398 30%
Eastern Europe 785 6% 590 4% 390 4% 503 5% 490 5% 398 5%
Southern Europe 2,140 16% 2,103 15% 973 10% 1,553 15% 543 5% 655 8%
Northern Europe 90 1% 63 0% 15 0% 0 0% 0 0% 15 0%
Africa 2,978 22% 1,320 9% 1,890 19% 1,330 12% 885 9% 1,243 16%
Northern Africa 1,308 10% 903 6% 968 10% 915 9% 525 5% 768 10%
Subtotal - Saharan Africa 1,665 12% 415 3% 923 9% 413 4% 355 3% 470 6%
Middle East 1,270 9% 515 4% 78 1% 180 2% 65 1% 90 1%
Asia 1,030 8% 1,363 10% 985 10% 743 7% 1,188 12% 1,273 16%
West Central Asia 103 1% 88 1% 345 3% 50 0% 50 0% 55 1%
Eastern Asia 445 3% 548 4% 340 3% 368 3% 790 8% 790 10%
Southeast Asia 463 3% 688 5% 260 3% 313 3% 325 3% 398 5%
Southern Asia 28 0% 38 0% 45 0% 15 0% 30 0% 30 0%
Oceania and other 0 0% 55 0% 0 0% 25 0% 55 1% 10 0%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 19: Immigrants by FOLS categories showing visible minority categories for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 19: Total immigrants by visible minority categories, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Visible
minority
Chinese South Asian Black Filipino Latin American Southeast Asian Arab West Asian Korean Japanese
Quebec total 851,560 428,145 50% 57,655 47,805 105,020 15,870 65,045 33,245 78,430 12,530 3,570 1,265
Montréal 560,390 301,040 54% 39,735 39,605 74,385 13,820 40,450 22,195 54,290 8,045 2,500 890
Montérégie 100,785 48,690 48% 10,440 4,740 9,630 1,380 8,360 3,730 6,380 2,185 560 145
Laval 73,565 32,600 44% 1,610 2,260 8,965 255 4,415 3,460 9,770 1,280 95 10
Capitale-Nationale 25,165 10,610 42% 1,325 270 2,920 60 2,460 860 1,990 290 100 65
Outaouais 23,635 11,045 47% 1,130 275 3,325 100 2,055 820 2,690 295 110 15
Laurentides 19,820 5,275 27% 790 225 980 90 1,340 795 825 40 55 35
Estrie 13,535 5,135 38% 445 235 1,255 20 1,740 285 685 320 30 10
Lanaudière 12,675 4,985 39% 485 60 1910 30 1,320 320 700 15 15 50
Eastern ERs 12,410 4,630 37% 825 80 725 30 1,980 330 405 40 50 20
Northern ERs 9,580 4,130 43% 870 70 920 90 930 435 695 10 60 15

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 19.1: English FOLS immigrants by visible minority categories, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Visible
minority
Chinese South Asian Black Filipino Latin American Southeast Asian Arab West Asian Korean Japanese
Quebec total 248,165 123,940 50% 24,130 32,865 21,405 14,190 5,970 4,750 11,170 4,085 1,425 740
Montréal 182,065 99,765 55% 18,640 27,970 17,180 12,415 4,285 3,555 8,485 3,145 1,190 520
Montérégie 28,820 13,440 47% 3,860 2,975 2,275 1,285 550 420 985 375 165 95
Laval 17,225 5,125 30% 445 1,390 865 215 335 370 930 365 30 0
Capitale-Nationale 1,770 565 32% 130 80 115 35 55 50 40 10 0 20
Outaouais 7,435 3,155 42% 625 210 615 100 455 210 615 170 30 20
Laurentides 4,850 790 16% 145 110 115 70 130 95 60 0 10 25
Estrie 2,370 340 14% 125 40 85 10 45 10 10 0 0 0
Lanaudière 1,215 255 21% 35 20 50 0 75 10 20 0 0 30
Eastern ERs 1,310 250 19% 45 55 70 15 30 0 0 0 0 10
Northern ERs 1,105 250 23% 80 20 35 45 10 30 20 0 0 10

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 19.2: French FOLS immigrants by visible minority categories, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Visible
minority
Chinese South Asian Black Filipino Latin American Southeast Asian Arab West Asian Korean Japanese
Quebec total 412,195 206,745 50% 13,915 3,375 76,755 355 39,365 16,100 49,155 3,410 950 330
Montréal 241,390 130,865 54% 6,450 2,125 52,145 150 22,945 9,725 33,140 1,755 415 245
Montérégie 52,520 23,285 44% 2,780 715 6,850 55 5,355 1,875 4,180 865 170 15
Laval 36,040 19,760 55% 770 205 7,495 15 2,585 1,905 6,230 325 15 15
Capitale-Nationale 20,380 8,525 42% 1,000 125 2,595 20 1,910 620 1,765 185 90 25
Outaouais 11,505 5,480 48% 285 20 2,470 0 1,025 385 1,110 35 60 0
Laurentides 13,220 3,825 29% 560 70 860 20 950 580 645 20 45 0
Estrie 9,350 3,735 40% 265 25 1,135 10 1,210 200 580 185 30 0
Lanaudière 10,175 4,120 40% 395 35 1735 25 1,065 205 570 15 20 10
Eastern ERs 9,905 3,665 37% 695 10 620 15 1,510 285 330 20 50 0
Northern ERs 7,715 3,480 45% 715 50 840 50 815 305 610 0 55 10

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 19.3: English-French FOLS immigrants by visible minority categories, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Visible
minority
Chinese South Asian Black Filipino Latin American Southeast Asian Arab West Asian Korean Japanese
Quebec total 149,825 73,010 49% 11,125 8,155 5,220 1,165 16,085 8,950 16,245 3,910 1,005 170
Montréal 105,720 52,160 49% 8,080 6,495 3,935 1,100 11,010 6,205 11,335 2,505 750 115
Montérégie 15,855 9,085 57% 2,315 910 350 40 2,055 1,245 1,085 660 205 35
Laval 16,830 6,390 38% 215 475 470 25 1,370 900 2,370 475 20 0
Capitale-Nationale 2,285 1,095 48% 115 60 155 10 310 145 155 95 0 20
Outaouais 3,965 2,050 52% 145 40 185 0 505 170 865 85 20 0
Laurentides 1,410 475 34% 50 35 0 0 175 95 105 0 0 0
Estrie 1,440 750 52% 40 135 15 0 330 50 100 65 0 0
Lanaudière 1,050 435 41% 35 10 65 0 165 65 105 0 0 0
Eastern ERs 720 320 44% 65 10 15 0 115 10 65 20 0 0
Northern ERs 565 245 43% 50 0 25 0 50 60 55 0 0 0

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 19.4: Anglophone FOLS immigrants by visible minority categories, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Visible
minority
Chinese South Asian Black Filipino Latin American Southeast Asian Arab West Asian Korean Japanese
Quebec total 323,078 160,445 50% 29,693 36,943 24,015 14,773 14,013 9,225 19,293 6,040 1,928 825
Montréal 241,390 125,845 52% 22,680 31,218 19,148 12,965 9,790 6,658 14,153 4,398 1,565 578
Montérégie 52,520 17,983 34% 5,018 3,430 2,450 1,305 1,578 1,043 1,528 705 268 113
Laval 36,040 8,320 23% 553 1,628 1,100 228 1,020 820 2,115 603 40 0
Capitale-Nationale 20,380 1,113 5% 188 110 193 40 210 123 118 58 0 30
Outaouais 11,505 4,180 36% 698 230 708 100 708 295 1,048 213 40 20
Laurentides 13,220 1,028 8% 170 128 115 70 218 143 113 0 10 25
Estrie 9,350 715 8% 145 108 93 10 210 35 60 33 0 0
Lanaudière 10,175 473 5% 53 25 82.5 0 158 43 73 0 0 30
Eastern ERs 9,905 410 4% 78 60 77.5 15 88 5 33 10 0 10
Northern ERs 7,715 373 5% 105 20 47.5 45 35 60 48 0 0 10

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 19.5: Francophone FOLS immigrants by visible minority categories, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total Visible
minority
Chinese South Asian Black Filipino Latin American Southeast Asian Arab West Asian Korean Japanese
Quebec total 487,108 243,250 50% 19,478 7,453 79,365 938 47,408 20,575 57,278 5,365 1,453 415
Montréal 294,250 156,945 53% 10,490 5,373 54,113 700 28,450 12,828 38,808 3,008 790 303
Montérégie 60,448 27,828 46% 3,938 1,170 7,025 75 6,383 2,498 4,723 1,195 273 33
Laval 44,455 22,955 52% 878 443 7,730 28 3,270 2,355 7,415 563 25 15
Capitale-Nationale 21,523 9,073 42% 1,058 155 2,673 25 2,065 693 1,843 233 90 35
Outaouais 13,488 6,505 48% 358 40 2,563 0 1,278 470 1,543 78 70 0
Laurentides 13,925 4,063 29% 585 88 860 20 1,038 628 698 20 45 0
Estrie 10,070 4,110 41% 285 93 1,143 10 1,375 225 630 218 30 0
Lanaudière 10,700 4,338 41% 413 40 1767.5 25 1,148 238 623 15 20 10
Eastern ERs 10,265 3,825 37% 728 15 627.5 15 1,568 290 363 30 50 0
Northern ERs 7,998 3,603 45% 740 50 852.5 50 840 335 638 0 55 10

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 20: Immigrants by FOLS categories showing highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, across Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 20: Total immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 790,950 184,360 23% 148,660 19% 86,270 11% 158,375 20% 213,285 27%
Montréal 526,180 128,125 24% 99,080 19% 51,005 10% 100,770 19% 147,200 28%
Montérégie 92,525 17,095 18% 16,830 18% 11,755 13% 21,340 23% 25,505 28%
Laval 69,900 19,095 27% 14,345 21% 9,870 14% 14,265 20% 12,325 18%
Capitale-Nationale 21,495 3,605 17% 3,325 15% 2,335 11% 4,535 21% 7,700 36%
Outaouais 21,520 3,840 18% 3,630 17% 2,225 10% 4,560 21% 7,275 34%
Laurentides 17,960 3,810 21% 3,580 20% 2,775 15% 4,055 23% 3,740 21%
Estrie 11,765 2,140 18% 2,120 18% 1,605 14% 2,505 21% 3,390 29%
Lanaudière 11,470 2,685 23% 2,290 20% 1,875 16% 2,695 23% 1,930 17%
Eastern ERs 10,300 2,300 22% 2,055 20% 1,625 16% 2,105 20% 2,210 21%
Northern ERs 7,835 1,665 21% 1,405 18% 1,210 15% 1,550 20% 2,005 26%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 20.1: English FOLS immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 241,545 44,805 19% 55,415 23% 22,915 9% 50,060 21% 68,345 28%
Montréal 177,255 32,480 18% 41,440 23% 14,790 8% 35,740 20% 52,810 30%
Montérégie 28,130 4,280 15% 5,920 21% 3,325 12% 6,755 24% 7,850 28%
Laval 16,895 5,050 30% 4,180 25% 2,210 13% 3,170 19% 2,290 14%
Capitale-Nationale 1,640 145 9% 270 16% 140 9% 360 22% 720 44%
Outaouais 7,215 950 13% 1,245 17% 845 12% 1,735 24% 2,445 34%
Laurentides 4,620 800 17% 1,105 24% 725 16% 1,035 22% 950 21%
Estrie 2,285 380 17% 490 21% 360 16% 515 23% 535 23%
Lanaudière 1,165 320 27% 255 22% 145 12% 260 22% 175 15%
Eastern ERs 1,275 205 16% 310 24% 200 16% 245 19% 310 24%
Northern ERs 1,060 195 18% 195 18% 170 16% 245 23% 245 23%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 20.2: French FOLS immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 369,115 83,255 23% 62,095 17% 48,845 13% 77,810 21% 97,105 26%
Montréal 219,505 53,355 24% 35,525 16% 26,640 12% 43,950 20% 60,045 27%
Montérégie 46,245 8,440 18% 7,835 17% 6,935 15% 11,045 24% 11,995 26%
Laval 33,490 7,625 23% 6,485 19% 5,380 16% 7,595 23% 6,400 19%
Capitale-Nationale 17,135 2,940 17% 2,625 15% 2,045 12% 3,775 22% 5,745 34%
Outaouais 9,975 1,910 19% 1,590 16% 1,020 10% 2,045 21% 3,400 34%
Laurentides 11,700 2,545 22% 2,215 19% 1,835 16% 2,665 23% 2,445 21%
Estrie 7,875 1,395 18% 1,430 18% 1,150 15% 1,605 20% 2,295 29%
Lanaudière 9,065 1,955 22% 1,805 20% 1,560 17% 2,195 24% 1,550 17%
Eastern ERs 8,055 1,820 23% 1,520 19% 1,310 16% 1,705 21% 1,700 21%
Northern ERs 6,080 1,275 21% 1,075 18% 965 16% 1,230 20% 1,535 25%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 20.3: English-French FOLS immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 141,745 28,320 20% 25,650 18% 13,230 9% 28,490 20% 46,050 32%
Montréal 100,005 20,735 21% 17,875 18% 8,750 9% 19,575 20% 33,065 33%
Montérégie 14,865 2,270 15% 2,485 17% 1,330 9% 3,310 22% 5,470 37%
Laval 16,135 3,630 22% 3,380 21% 2,190 14% 3,405 21% 3,530 22%
Capitale-Nationale 2,175 260 12% 325 15% 90 4% 345 16% 1,150 53%
Outaouais 3,705 525 14% 730 20% 290 8% 745 20% 1,415 38%
Laurentides 1,330 255 19% 240 18% 180 14% 315 24% 335 25%
Estrie 1,315 205 16% 175 13% 85 6% 340 26% 505 38%
Lanaudière 1,025 225 22% 215 21% 165 16% 230 22% 190 19%
Eastern ERs 665 120 18% 125 19% 85 13% 150 23% 185 28%
Northern ERs 525 90 17% 105 20% 55 10% 70 13% 210 40%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 20.4: Anglophone FOLS immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 312,418 58,965 19% 68,240 22% 29,530 9% 64,305 21% 91,370 29%
Montréal 227,258 42,848 19% 50,378 22% 19,165 8% 45,528 20% 69,343 31%
Montérégie 35,563 5,415 15% 7,163 20% 3,990 11% 8,410 24% 10,585 30%
Laval 24,963 6,865 28% 5,870 24% 3,305 13% 4,873 20% 4,055 16%
Capitale-Nationale 2,728 275 10% 433 16% 185 7% 533 20% 1,295 47%
Outaouais 9,068 1,213 13% 1,610 18% 990 11% 2,108 23% 3,153 35%
Laurentides 5,285 928 18% 1,225 23% 815 15% 1,193 23% 1,118 21%
Estrie 2,943 483 16% 578 20% 403 14% 685 23% 788 27%
Lanaudière 1,678 433 26% 363 22% 228 14% 375 22% 270 16%
Eastern ERs 1,608 265 16% 373 23% 243 15% 320 20% 403 25%
Northern ERs 1,323 240 18% 248 19% 198 15% 280 21% 350 26%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 20.5: Francophone FOLS immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 439,988 97,415 22% 74,920 17% 55,460 13% 92,055 21% 120,130 27%
Montréal 269,508 63,723 24% 44,463 16% 31,015 12% 53,738 20% 76,578 28%
Montérégie 53,678 9,575 18% 9,078 17% 7,600 14% 12,700 24% 14,730 27%
Laval 41,558 9,440 23% 8,175 20% 6,475 16% 9,298 22% 8,165 20%
Capitale-Nationale 18,223 3,070 17% 2,788 15% 2,090 11% 3,948 22% 6,320 35%
Outaouais 11,828 2,173 18% 1,955 17% 1,165 10% 2,418 20% 4,108 35%
Laurentides 12,365 2,673 22% 2,335 19% 1,925 16% 2,823 23% 2,613 21%
Estrie 8,533 1,498 18% 1,518 18% 1,193 14% 1,775 21% 2,548 30%
Lanaudière 9,578 2,068 22% 1,913 20% 1,643 17% 2,310 24% 1,645 17%
Eastern ERs 8,388 1,880 22% 1,583 19% 1,353 16% 1,780 21% 1,793 21%
Northern ERs 6,343 1,320 21% 1,128 18% 993 16% 1,265 20% 1,640 26%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 21: Male immigrants by FOLS categories showing highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% Sample
Table 21: Male immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% Sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 389,235 80,585 21% 69,015 18% 48,645 12% 75,790 19% 115,205 30%
Montréal 255,120 55,245 22% 45,595 18% 27,330 11% 47,800 19% 79,150 31%
Montérégie 46,255 7,400 16% 7,585 16% 7,080 15% 10,110 22% 14,080 30%
Laval 35,120 8,605 25% 7,170 20% 5,600 16% 7,060 20% 6,675 19%
Capitale-Nationale 11,085 1,720 16% 1,635 15% 1,395 13% 2,150 19% 4,185 38%
Outaouais 10,695 1,850 17% 1,755 16% 1,280 12% 2,085 19% 3,725 35%
Laurentides 9,490 1,820 19% 1,730 18% 1,845 19% 2,075 22% 2,020 21%
Estrie 5,965 885 15% 1,010 17% 975 16% 1,155 19% 1,945 33%
Lanaudière 6,025 1,290 21% 1,015 17% 1,270 21% 1,395 23% 1,055 18%
Eastern ERs 5,420 1,005 19% 955 18% 1,035 19% 1,215 22% 1,210 22%
Northern ERs 4,055 765 19% 570 14% 825 20% 750 18% 1,150 28%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 21.1: English FOLS male immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% Sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 118,270 20,640 17% 24,755 21% 13,365 11% 22,990 19% 36,515 31%
Montréal 86,570 15,005 17% 18,730 22% 8,285 10% 16,225 19% 28,325 33%
Montérégie 13,580 1,855 14% 2,345 17% 2,080 15% 3,040 22% 4,265 31%
Laval 8,610 2,395 28% 1,960 23% 1,385 16% 1,620 19% 1,240 14%
Capitale-Nationale 770 60 8% 115 15% 80 10% 180 23% 335 44%
Outaouais 3,745 475 13% 650 17% 495 13% 880 23% 1,240 14%
Laurentides 2,360 360 15% 490 21% 525 22% 480 20% 505 21%
Estrie 1,005 150 15% 200 20% 175 17% 225 22% 250 25%
Lanaudière 545 155 28% 85 16% 105 19% 110 20% 90 17%
Eastern ERs 595 90 15% 115 19% 150 25% 115 19% 130 22%
Northern ERs 490 95 19% 55 11% 95 19% 120 24% 125 26%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 21.2: French FOLS male immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% Sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 181,815 36,220 20% 28,590 16% 26,690 15% 37,670 21% 52,645 29%
Montréal 105,225 22,485 21% 15,985 15% 13,385 13% 21,200 20% 32,170 31%
Montérégie 23,625 3,800 16% 3,695 16% 4,150 18% 5,310 22% 6,670 28%
Laval 16,540 3,350 20% 3,175 19% 2,885 17% 3,660 22% 3,475 21%
Capitale-Nationale 8,915 1,430 16% 1,275 14% 1,220 14% 1,795 20% 3,195 36%
Outaouais 4,755 940 20% 695 15% 575 12% 830 17% 1,720 36%
Laurentides 6,275 1,255 20% 1,075 17% 1,190 19% 1,400 22% 1,350 22%
Estrie 4,145 600 14% 710 17% 740 18% 720 17% 1,380 33%
Lanaudière 4,795 960 20% 810 17% 1,020 21% 1,175 25% 825 17%
Eastern ERs 4,355 800 18% 755 17% 835 19% 1,000 23% 965 22%
Northern ERs 3,185 605 19% 425 13% 685 22% 570 18% 895 28%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 21.3: English-French FOLS male immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% Sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 77,465 15,905 21% 13,835 18% 8,080 10% 14,400 19% 25,245 33%
Montréal 54,500 11,650 21% 9,555 18% 5,345 10% 9,880 18% 18,065 33%
Montérégie 7,970 1,180 15% 1,300 16% 790 10% 1,650 21% 3,055 38%
Laval 8,990 2,135 24% 1,910 21% 1,300 14% 1,750 19% 1,900 21%
Capitale-Nationale 1,200 150 13% 200 17% 65 5% 150 13% 630 53%
Outaouais 2,030 320 16% 395 19% 175 9% 370 18% 765 38%
Laurentides 755 130 17% 150 20% 120 16% 180 24% 165 22%
Estrie 710 100 14% 95 13% 55 8% 165 23% 290 41%
Lanaudière 630 135 21% 110 17% 145 23% 100 16% 135 21%
Eastern ERs 350 55 16% 45 13% 55 16% 85 24% 115 33%
Northern ERs 330 45 14% 75 23% 35 11% 50 15% 125 38%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 21.4: Anglophone FOLS male immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% Sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 157,003 28,593 18% 31,673 20% 17,405 11% 30,190 19% 49,138 31%
Montréal 113,820 20,830 18% 23,508 21% 10,958 10% 21,165 19% 37,358 33%
Montérégie 17,565 2,445 14% 2,995 17% 2,475 14% 3,865 22% 5,793 33%
Laval 13,105 3,463 26% 2,915 22% 2,035 16% 2,495 19% 2,190 17%
Capitale-Nationale 1,370 135 10% 215 16% 113 8% 255 19% 650 47%
Outaouais 4,760 635 13% 848 18% 583 12% 1,065 22% 1,623 34%
Laurentides 2,738 425 16% 565 21% 585 21% 570 21% 588 21%
Estrie 1,360 200 15% 248 18% 203 15% 308 23% 395 29%
Lanaudière 860 223 26% 140 16% 178 21% 160 19% 158 18%
Eastern ERs 770 118 15% 138 18% 178 23% 158 20% 188 24%
Northern ERs 655 118 18% 93 14% 113 17% 145 22% 188 29%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 21.5: Francophone FOLS male immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% Sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 220,548 44,173 20% 35,508 16% 30,730 14% 44,870 20% 65,268 30%
Montréal 132,475 28,310 21% 20,763 16% 16,058 12% 26,140 20% 41,203 31%
Montérégie 27,610 4,390 16% 4,345 16% 4,545 16% 6,135 22% 8,198 30%
Laval 21,035 4,418 21% 4,130 20% 3,535 17% 4,535 22% 4,425 21%
Capitale-Nationale 9,515 1,505 16% 1,375 14% 1,253 13% 1,870 20% 3,510 37%
Outaouais 5,770 1,100 19% 893 15% 663 11% 1,015 18% 2,103 36%
Laurentides 6,653 1,320 20% 1,150 17% 1,250 19% 1,490 22% 1,433 22%
Estrie 4,500 650 14% 758 17% 768 17% 803 18% 1,525 34%
Lanaudière 5,110 1,028 20% 865 17% 1,093 21% 1,225 24% 893 17%
Eastern ERs 4,530 828 18% 778 17% 863 19% 1,043 23% 1,023 23%
Northern ERs 3,350 628 19% 463 14% 703 21% 595 18% 958 29%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 22: Female immigrants by FOLS categories showing highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 22: Female immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 401,715 103,775 26% 79,645 20% 37,625 9% 82,595 21% 98,085 24%
Montréal 271,065 72,885 27% 53,485 20% 23,670 9% 52,970 20% 68,050 25%
Montérégie 46,275 9,695 21% 9,245 20% 4,675 10% 11,230 24% 11,425 25%
Laval 34,785 10,485 30% 7,175 21% 4,270 12% 7,205 21% 5,645 16%
Capitale-Nationale 10,405 1,885 18% 1,695 16% 935 9% 2,380 23% 3,515 34%
Outaouais 10,830 1,990 18% 1,875 17% 945 9% 2,475 23% 3,545 33%
Laurentides 8,465 1,990 24% 1,845 22% 930 11% 1,975 23% 1,725 20%
Estrie 5,795 1,255 22% 1,110 19% 630 11% 1,355 23% 1,445 25%
Lanaudière 5,445 1,395 26% 1,280 24% 600 11% 1,300 24% 870 16%
Eastern ERs 4,875 1,290 26% 1,100 23% 585 12% 900 18% 1,000 21%
Northern ERs 3,780 905 24% 830 22% 385 10% 805 21% 855 23%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 22.1: English FOLS female immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 123,280 24,165 20% 30,665 25% 9,550 8% 27,070 22% 31,835 26%
Montréal 90,685 17,475 19% 22,710 25% 6,505 7% 19,515 22% 24,485 27%
Montérégie 14,550 2,420 17% 3,575 25% 1,250 9% 3,720 26% 3,585 25%
Laval 8,290 2,655 32% 2,215 27% 820 10% 1,545 19% 1,050 13%
Capitale-Nationale 870 85 10% 150 17% 60 7% 185 21% 390 45%
Outaouais 3,475 470 14% 590 17% 350 10% 855 25% 1,205 35%
Laurentides 2,260 440 19% 615 27% 205 9% 555 25% 450 20%
Estrie 1,280 230 18% 295 23% 185 14% 290 23% 285 22%
Lanaudière 615 170 28% 175 28% 40 7% 150 24% 80 13%
Eastern ERs 675 115 17% 200 30% 55 8% 130 19% 175 26%
Northern ERs 570 100 18% 135 24% 75 13% 130 23% 125 22%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 22.2: French FOLS female immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 187,295 47,035 25% 33,505 18% 22,155 12% 40,145 21% 44,455 24%
Montréal 114,280 30,865 27% 19,545 17% 13,250 12% 22,750 20% 27,875 24%
Montérégie 22,615 4,640 21% 4,140 18% 2,785 12% 5,735 25% 5,320 24%
Laval 16,940 4,270 25% 3,310 20% 2,500 15% 3,935 23% 2,925 17%
Capitale-Nationale 8,220 1,510 18% 1,350 16% 825 10% 1,975 24% 2,555 31%
Outaouais 5,215 975 19% 890 17% 445 9% 1,220 23% 1,680 32%
Laurentides 5,430 1,295 24% 1,135 21% 645 12% 1,265 23% 1,090 20%
Estrie 3,725 790 21% 720 19% 410 11% 885 24% 915 25%
Lanaudière 4,270 995 23% 1,000 23% 540 13% 1,020 24% 720 17%
Eastern ERs 3,695 1,020 28% 765 21% 475 13% 705 19% 735 20%
Northern ERs 2,895 675 23% 650 22% 280 10% 655 23% 640 22%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 22.3: English-French FOLS female immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 64,275 12,410 19% 11,815 18% 5,145 8% 14,090 22% 20,810 32%
Montréal 45,500 9,090 20% 8,320 18% 3,405 7% 9,695 21% 14,995 33%
Montérégie 6,895 1,090 16% 1,190 17% 540 8% 1,660 24% 2,415 35%
Laval 7,145 1,500 21% 1,470 21% 895 13% 1,655 23% 1,630 23%
Capitale-Nationale 975 110 11% 125 13% 30 3% 195 20% 520 53%
Outaouais 1,675 200 12% 335 20% 115 7% 380 23% 645 39%
Laurentides 575 125 22% 85 15% 60 10% 130 23% 170 30%
Estrie 605 105 17% 85 14% 30 5% 170 28% 215 36%
Lanaudière 395 85 22% 105 27% 25 6% 130 33% 50 13%
Eastern ERs 315 70 22% 80 25% 30 10% 65 21% 70 22%
Northern ERs 190 45 24% 30 16% 20 11% 15 8% 85 45%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 22.4: Anglophone FOLS female immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 155,418 30,370 20% 36,573 24% 12,123 8% 34,115 22% 42,240 27%
Montréal 113,435 22,020 19% 26,870 24% 8,208 7% 24,363 21% 31,983 28%
Montérégie 17,998 2,965 16% 4,170 23% 1,520 8% 4,550 25% 4,793 27%
Laval 11,863 3,405 29% 2,950 25% 1,268 11% 2,373 20% 1,865 16%
Capitale-Nationale 1,358 140 10% 213 16% 75 6% 283 21% 650 48%
Outaouais 4,313 570 13% 758 18% 408 9% 1,045 24% 1,528 35%
Laurentides 2,548 503 20% 658 26% 235 9% 620 24% 535 21%
Estrie 1,583 283 18% 338 21% 200 13% 375 24% 393 25%
Lanaudière 813 213 26% 228 28% 53 6% 215 26% 105 13%
Eastern ERs 833 150 18% 240 29% 70 8% 163 20% 210 25%
Northern ERs 665 123 18% 150 23% 85 13% 138 21% 168 25%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 22.5: Francophone FOLS female immigrants by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 219,433 53,240 24% 39,413 18% 24,728 11% 47,190 22% 54,860 25%
Montréal 137,030 35,410 26% 23,705 17% 14,953 11% 27,598 20% 35,373 26%
Montérégie 26,063 5,185 20% 4,735 18% 3,055 12% 6,565 25% 6,528 25%
Laval 20,513 5,020 24% 4,045 20% 2,948 14% 4,763 23% 3,740 18%
Capitale-Nationale 8,708 1,565 18% 1,413 16% 840 10% 2,073 24% 2,815 32%
Outaouais 6,053 1,075 18% 1,058 17% 503 8% 1,410 23% 2,003 33%
Laurentides 5,718 1,358 24% 1,178 21% 675 12% 1,330 23% 1,175 21%
Estrie 4,028 843 21% 763 19% 425 11% 970 24% 1,023 25%
Lanaudière 4,468 1,038 23% 1,053 24% 553 12% 1,085 24% 745 17%
Eastern ERs 3,853 1,055 27% 805 21% 490 13% 738 19% 770 20%
Northern ERs 2,990 698 23% 665 22% 290 10% 663 22% 683 23%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 23: Immigrants (arrived before 1991) by FOLS categories showing highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, across Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 23: Established immigrants (immigrated before 1991) by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 438,940 123,790 28% 84,140 19% 56,275 13% 84,400 19% 90,335 21%
Montréal 277,995 85,595 31% 53,250 19% 31,365 11% 49,945 18% 57,840 21%
Montérégie 57,455 11,270 20% 10,800 19% 8,730 15% 13,500 23% 13,160 23%
Laval 46,270 14,535 31% 9,355 20% 7,095 15% 8,875 19% 6,410 14%
Capitale-Nationale 9,510 1,655 17% 1,595 17% 1,235 13% 2,075 22% 2,955 31%
Outaouais 11,025 2,450 22% 1,770 16% 1,340 12% 2,325 21% 3,140 28%
Laurentides 12,565 2,990 24% 2,600 21% 2,110 17% 2,675 21% 2,185 17%
Estrie 6,065 1,065 18% 1,235 20% 1,060 17% 1,245 21% 1,460 24%
Lanaudière 7,605 1,855 24% 1,610 21% 1,435 19% 1,645 22% 1,065 14%
Eastern ERs 5,755 1,310 23% 1,090 19% 1,080 19% 1,180 21% 1,105 19%
Northern ERs 4,690 1,065 23% 840 18% 825 18% 940 20% 1,015 22%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 23.1: English FOLS established immigrants (immigrated before 1991) by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 150,040 32,655 22% 34,655 23% 17,275 12% 31,295 21% 34,165 23%
Montréal 103,460 22,560 22% 24,355 24% 10,695 10% 20,980 20% 24,870 24%
Montérégie 20,140 3,315 16% 4,320 21% 2,725 14% 5,045 25% 4,730 23%
Laval 12,995 4,340 33% 3,155 24% 1,870 14% 2,235 17% 1,400 11%
Capitale-Nationale 1,005 85 8% 185 18% 95 9% 235 23% 405 40%
Outaouais 4,370 720 16% 755 17% 560 13% 1,065 24% 1,270 29%
Laurentides 3,645 685 19% 865 24% 640 18% 810 22% 655 18%
Estrie 1,765 355 20% 385 22% 305 17% 375 21% 350 20%
Lanaudière 995 305 31% 215 22% 120 12% 205 21% 140 14%
Eastern ERs 915 145 16% 265 29% 150 16% 165 18% 190 21%
Northern ERs 750 145 19% 150 20% 120 16% 180 24% 155 21%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 23.2: French FOLS established immigrants (immigrated before 1991) by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 198,515 53,795 27% 34,055 17% 29,930 15% 39,440 20% 41,290 21%
Montréal 109,915 34,320 31% 18,175 17% 14,785 13% 19,855 18% 22,785 21%
Montérégie 28,845 5,645 20% 4,935 17% 5,050 18% 6,740 23% 6,475 22%
Laval 21,285 5,440 26% 4,020 19% 3,655 17% 4,680 22% 3,490 16%
Capitale-Nationale 7,815 1,440 18% 1,275 16% 1,080 14% 1,730 22% 2,290 29%
Outaouais 4,990 1,215 24% 720 14% 590 12% 1,015 20% 1,445 29%
Laurentides 7,845 1,940 25% 1,560 20% 1,295 17% 1,695 22% 1,355 17%
Estrie 3,890 635 16% 780 20% 735 19% 740 19% 995 26%
Lanaudière 5,865 1,300 22% 1,245 21% 1,200 20% 1,310 22% 810 14%
Eastern ERs 4,470 1,060 24% 730 16% 880 20% 950 21% 845 19%
Northern ERs 3,590 795 22% 615 17% 660 18% 720 20% 800 22%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 23.3: English-French FOLS established immigrants (immigrated before 1991) by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 68,940 19,275 28% 13,395 19% 8,510 12% 13,225 19% 14,530 21%
Montréal 47,725 14,325 30% 9,145 19% 5,515 12% 8,815 18% 9,930 21%
Montérégie 7,005 1,195 17% 1,325 19% 910 13% 1,660 24% 1,915 27%
Laval 9,860 2,865 29% 2,070 21% 1,520 15% 1,920 19% 1,485 15%
Capitale-Nationale 550 55 10% 105 19% 45 8% 85 15% 250 45%
Outaouais 1,370 275 20% 280 20% 160 12% 230 17% 425 31%
Laurentides 855 210 25% 160 19% 160 19% 155 18% 170 20%
Estrie 380 45 12% 75 20% 15 4% 130 34% 115 30%
Lanaudière 655 175 27% 130 20% 105 16% 130 20% 115 18%
Eastern ERs 270 60 22% 35 13% 45 17% 60 22% 70 26%
Northern ERs 270 70 26% 60 22% 40 15% 40 15% 55 20%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 23.4: Anglophone FOLS established immigrants (immigrated before 1991) by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 184,510 42,293 23% 41,353 22% 21,530 12% 37,908 21% 41,430 22%
Montréal 127,323 29,723 23% 28,928 23% 13,453 11% 25,388 20% 29,835 23%
Montérégie 23,643 3,913 17% 4,983 21% 3,180 13% 5,875 25% 5,688 24%
Laval 17,925 5,773 32% 4,190 23% 2,630 15% 3,195 18% 2,143 12%
Capitale-Nationale 1,280 113 9% 238 19% 118 9% 278 22% 530 41%
Outaouais 5,055 858 17% 895 18% 640 13% 1,180 23% 1,483 29%
Laurentides 4,073 790 19% 945 23% 720 18% 888 22% 740 18%
Estrie 1,955 378 19% 423 22% 313 16% 440 23% 408 21%
Lanaudière 1,323 393 30% 280 21% 173 13% 270 20% 198 15%
Eastern ERs 1,050 175 17% 283 27% 173 16% 195 19% 225 21%
Northern ERs 885 180 20% 180 20% 140 16% 200 23% 183 21%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 23.5: Francophone FOLS established immigrants (immigrated before 1991) by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 232,985 63,433 27% 40,753 17% 34,185 15% 46,053 20% 48,555 21%
Montréal 133,778 41,483 31% 22,748 17% 17,543 13% 24,263 18% 27,750 21%
Montérégie 32,348 6,243 19% 5,598 17% 5,505 17% 7,570 23% 7,433 23%
Laval 26,215 6,873 26% 5,055 19% 4,415 17% 5,640 22% 4,233 16%
Capitale-Nationale 8,090 1,468 18% 1,328 16% 1,103 14% 1,773 22% 2,415 30%
Outaouais 5,675 1,353 24% 860 15% 670 12% 1,130 20% 1,658 29%
Laurentides 8,273 2,045 25% 1,640 20% 1,375 17% 1,773 21% 1,440 17%
Estrie 4,080 658 16% 818 20% 743 18% 805 20% 1,053 26%
Lanaudière 6,193 1,388 22% 1,310 21% 1,253 20% 1,375 22% 868 14%
Eastern ERs 4,605 1,090 24% 748 16% 903 20% 980 21% 880 19%
Northern ERs 3,725 830 22% 645 17% 680 18% 740 20% 828 22%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 24: Immigrants (immigrated between 1991-2000) by FOLS categories showing the highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, across Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 24: Immigrants who immigrated to Canada from 1991 to 2000 by the highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 198,095 39,330 20% 41,360 21% 19,570 10% 42,990 22% 54,840 28%
Montréal 135,620 28,135 21% 29,195 22% 12,785 9% 28,010 21% 37,495 28%
Montérégie 21,130 3,595 17% 4,030 19% 2,035 10% 5,040 24% 6,435 30%
Laval 16,755 3,375 20% 3,700 22% 2,090 12% 4,070 24% 3,515 21%
Capitale-Nationale 5,915 1,015 17% 900 15% 620 10% 1,340 23% 2,040 34%
Outaouais 6,395 875 14% 1,235 19% 570 9% 1,520 24% 2,195 34%
Laurentides 3,315 435 13% 650 20% 410 12% 875 26% 945 29%
Estrie 2,745 490 18% 510 19% 310 11% 700 26% 735 27%
Lanaudière 2,575 515 20% 520 20% 295 11% 665 26% 565 22%
Eastern ERs 2,180 555 25% 380 17% 295 14% 475 22% 475 22%
Northern ERs 1,460 330 23% 240 16% 165 11% 290 20% 435 30%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 24.1: English FOLS immigrants who immigrated to Canada from 1991 to 2000 by the highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 53,465 8,150 15% 13,800 26% 3,765 7% 11,335 21% 16,410 31%
Montréal 42,065 6,475 15% 11,195 27% 2,790 7% 8,615 20% 12,990 31%
Montérégie 5,325 745 14% 1,150 22% 420 8% 1,190 22% 1,820 34%
Laval 2,715 525 19% 755 28% 215 8% 690 25% 530 20%
Capitale-Nationale 360 45 13% 60 17% 20 6% 70 19% 160 44%
Outaouais 1,590 155 10% 310 19% 170 11% 440 28% 515 32%
Laurentides 655 80 12% 175 27% 45 7% 150 23% 205 31%
Estrie 255 10 4% 85 33% 15 6% 70 27% 80 31%
Lanaudière 105 15 14% 25 24% 15 14% 40 38% 15 14%
Eastern ERs 180 50 28% 20 11% 35 19% 45 25% 30 17%
Northern ERs 210 50 24% 25 12% 45 21% 30 14% 60 29%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 24.2: French FOLS immigrants who immigrated to Canada from 1991 to 2000 by the highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 93,525 19,410 21% 17,215 18% 11,950 13% 21,030 22% 23,920 26%
Montréal 57,435 12,990 23% 10,585 18% 7,315 13% 12,150 21% 14,395 25%
Montérégie 10,020 1,645 16% 1,830 18% 1,240 12% 2,570 26% 2,735 27%
Laval 8,920 1,670 19% 1,845 21% 1,350 15% 2,235 25% 1,815 20%
Capitale-Nationale 4,755 850 18% 655 14% 570 12% 1,125 24% 1,555 33%
Outaouais 3,095 445 14% 585 19% 290 9% 645 21% 1,130 37%
Laurentides 2,370 315 13% 420 18% 340 14% 625 26% 665 28%
Estrie 1,915 355 19% 355 19% 255 13% 490 26% 460 24%
Lanaudière 2,165 410 19% 440 20% 250 12% 580 27% 490 23%
Eastern ERs 1,765 470 27% 320 18% 220 12% 375 21% 375 21%
Northern ERs 1,090 255 23% 185 17% 115 11% 230 21% 295 27%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 24.3: English-French FOLS immigrants who immigrated to Canada from 1991 to 2000 by the highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 41,715 5,555 13% 8,545 20% 3,530 8% 10,040 24% 14,055 34%
Montréal 29,050 3,985 14% 6,055 21% 2,450 8% 6,800 23% 9,755 34%
Montérégie 4,780 620 13% 820 17% 320 7% 1,200 25% 1,825 38%
Laval 4,375 585 13% 985 23% 515 12% 1,130 26% 1,165 27%
Capitale-Nationale 685 55 8% 150 22% 25 4% 135 20% 320 47%
Outaouais 1,555 160 10% 315 20% 105 7% 430 28% 545 35%
Laurentides 265 15 6% 50 19% 25 9% 100 38% 75 28%
Estrie 455 70 15% 65 14% 35 8% 110 24% 180 40%
Lanaudière 210 25 12% 50 24% 30 14% 50 24% 55 26%
Eastern ERs 220 35 16% 35 16% 30 14% 50 23% 70 32%
Northern ERs 115 0 0% 15 13% 10 9% 30 26% 65 57%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 24.4: Anglophone FOLS immigrants who immigrated to Canada from 1991 to 2000 by the highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 74,323 10,928 15% 18,073 24% 5,530 7% 16,355 22% 23,438 32%
Montréal 56,590 8,468 15% 14,223 25% 4,015 7% 12,015 21% 17,868 32%
Montérégie 7,715 1,055 14% 1,560 20% 580 8% 1,790 23% 2,733 35%
Laval 4,903 818 17% 1,248 25% 473 10% 1,255 26% 1,113 23%
Capitale-Nationale 703 73 10% 135 19% 33 5% 138 20% 320 46%
Outaouais 2,368 235 10% 468 20% 223 9% 655 28% 788 33%
Laurentides 788 88 11% 200 25% 58 7% 200 25% 243 31%
Estrie 483 45 9% 118 24% 33 7% 125 26% 170 35%
Lanaudière 210 28 13% 50 24% 30 14% 65 31% 43 20%
Eastern ERs 290 68 23% 38 13% 50 17% 70 24% 65 22%
Northern ERs 268 50 19% 33 12% 50 19% 45 17% 93 35%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 24.5: Francophone FOLS immigrants who immigrated to Canada from 1991 to 2000 by the highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 114,383 22,188 19% 21,488 19% 13,715 12% 26,050 23% 30,948 27%
Montréal 71,960 14,983 21% 13,613 19% 8,540 12% 15,550 22% 19,273 27%
Montérégie 12,410 1,955 16% 2,240 18% 1,400 11% 3,170 26% 3,648 29%
Laval 11,108 1,963 18% 2,338 21% 1,608 14% 2,800 25% 2,398 22%
Capitale-Nationale 5,098 878 17% 730 14% 583 11% 1,193 23% 1,715 34%
Outaouais 3,873 525 14% 743 19% 343 9% 860 22% 1,403 36%
Laurentides 2,503 323 13% 445 18% 353 14% 675 27% 703 28%
Estrie 2,143 390 18% 388 18% 273 13% 545 25% 550 26%
Lanaudière 2,270 423 19% 465 20% 265 12% 605 27% 518 23%
Eastern ERs 1,875 488 26% 338 18% 235 13% 400 21% 410 22%
Northern ERs 1,148 255 22% 193 17% 120 10% 245 21% 328 29%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 25: Immigrants (immigrated 2001-2006) by FOLS categories showing the highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, across Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 25: Recent immigrants (immigrated between 2001 and 2006) by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 153,920 21,240 14% 23,160 15% 10,415 7% 30,995 20% 68,110 44%
Montréal 112,565 14,390 13% 16,635 15% 6,855 6% 22,820 20% 51,865 46%
Montérégie 13,945 2,235 16% 2,000 14% 990 7% 2,805 20% 5,915 42%
Laval 6,875 1,185 17% 1,285 19% 680 10% 1,325 19% 2,400 35%
Capitale-Nationale 6,060 935 15% 830 14% 475 8% 1,120 18% 2,705 45%
Outaouais 4,100 515 13% 620 15% 315 8% 710 17% 1,940 47%
Laurentides 2,085 390 19% 335 16% 255 12% 500 24% 610 29%
Estrie 2,950 580 20% 375 13% 240 8% 565 19% 1,190 40%
Lanaudière 1,295 310 24% 170 13% 145 11% 380 29% 295 23%
Eastern ERs 2,360 440 19% 585 25% 255 11% 455 19% 630 27%
Northern ERs 1,680 275 16% 320 19% 215 13% 320 19% 555 33%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 25.1: English FOLS recent immigrants (immigrated between 2001 and 2006) by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 38,045 4,000 11% 6,955 18% 1,885 5% 7,430 20% 17,775 47%
Montréal 31,735 3,450 11% 5,885 19% 1,305 4% 6,145 19% 14,950 47%
Montérégie 2,670 215 8% 455 17% 190 7% 515 19% 1,295 49%
Laval 1,180 185 16% 270 23% 125 11% 245 21% 360 31%
Capitale-Nationale 275 15 5% 25 9% 25 9% 50 18% 155 56%
Outaouais 1,260 75 6% 180 14% 120 10% 230 18% 660 52%
Laurentides 320 40 13% 65 20% 45 14% 80 25% 95 30%
Estrie 265 15 6% 25 9% 45 17% 75 28% 110 42%
Lanaudière 60 0 0% 10 17% 10 17% 20 33% 15 25%
Eastern ERs 175 10 6% 20 11% 15 9% 25 14% 95 54%
Northern ERs 95 0 0% 20 21% 10 11% 40 42% 30 32%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 25.2: French FOLS recent immigrants (immigrated between 2001 and 2006) by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 77,075 10,055 13% 10,825 14% 6,960 9% 17,340 22% 31,895 41%
Montréal 52,155 6,040 12% 6,770 13% 4,540 9% 11,945 23% 22,860 44%
Montérégie 7,380 1,145 16% 1,070 14% 650 9% 1,735 24% 2,780 38%
Laval 3,285 515 16% 620 19% 375 11% 675 21% 1,090 33%
Capitale-Nationale 4,565 650 14% 695 15% 395 9% 920 20% 1,905 42%
Outaouais 1,895 250 13% 280 15% 145 8% 390 21% 825 44%
Laurentides 1,485 290 20% 230 15% 195 13% 350 24% 415 28%
Estrie 2,070 405 20% 295 14% 150 7% 375 18% 845 41%
Lanaudière 1,025 240 23% 120 12% 110 11% 305 30% 255 25%
Eastern ERs 1,825 285 16% 470 26% 210 12% 370 20% 480 26%
Northern ERs 1,400 225 16% 270 19% 190 14% 280 20% 435 31%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 25.3: English-French FOLS recent immigrants (immigrated between 2001 and 2006) by highest level of schooling for the population 15 years and older, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total None or less than secondary Secondary school diploma or certificate Apprentice-ship or trade certificate or diploma College, CEGEP, other non-univ. cert. or dipl. or univ.  dipl. below bachelor University degree at bachelor level or higher
Quebec total 31,085 3,495 11% 3,715 12% 1,185 4% 5,225 17% 17,470 56%
Montréal 23,235 2,425 10% 2,675 12% 785 3% 3,965 17% 13,380 58%
Montérégie 3,080 455 15% 345 11% 105 3% 450 15% 1,730 56%
Laval 1,900 185 10% 325 17% 165 9% 355 19% 875 46%
Capitale-Nationale 935 150 16% 70 7% 25 3% 125 13% 570 61%
Outaouais 785 85 11% 130 17% 25 3% 90 11% 445 57%
Laurentides 205 30 15% 25 12% 10 5% 55 27% 95 46%
Estrie 480 95 20% 40 8% 35 7% 95 20% 215 45%
Lanaudière 160 25 16% 35 22% 25 16% 55 34% 20 13%
Eastern ERs 175 30 17% 50 29% 10 6% 35 20% 45 26%
Northern ERs 140 15 11% 25 18% 10 7% 0 0% 85 61%

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 26: Immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by FOLS categories showing labour force activity statistics for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 26: Immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 435,040 331,390 76.2 299,200 68.8
Montréal 280,500 210,005 74.9 185,945 66.3
Montérégie 54,315 42,955 79.1 40,285 74.2
Laval 42,330 33,515 79.2 31,390 74.2
Capitale-Nationale 11,660 9,240 79.2 8,520 73.1
Outaouais 12,910 10,220 79.2 9,430 73.0
Laurentides 10,695 8,210 76.8 7,855 73.4
Estrie 6,195 4,505 72.7 3,995 64.5
Lanaudière 6,885 5,460 79.3 5,210 75.7
Eastern ERs 5,345 4,210 78.8 3,850 72.0
Northern ERs 4,205 3,070 73.0 2,725 64.8

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 26.1: English FOLS immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 141,065 106,495 75.5 97,600 69.2
Montréal 102,165 76,770 75.1 69,720 68.2
Montérégie 17,050 13,080 76.7 12,320 72.3
Laval 10,800 8,460 78.3 7,850 72.7
Capitale-Nationale 905 685 75.7 650 71.8
Outaouais 4,465 3,480 77.9 3,310 74.1
Laurentides 2,565 1,750 68.2 1,630 63.5
Estrie 1,190 785 66.0 750 63.0
Lanaudière 655 555 84.7 550 84.0
Eastern ERs 680 465 68.4 415 61.0
Northern ERs 610 460 75.4 400 65.6

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 26.2: French FOLS immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 204,855 159,610 77.9 143,065 69.8
Montréal 116,880 89,130 76.3 77,430 66.2
Montérégie 27,325 22,225 81.3 20,845 76.3
Laval 20,550 16,460 80.1 15,395 74.9
Capitale-Nationale 9,435 7,605 80.6 7,015 74.4
Outaouais 6,175 4,975 80.6 4,505 73.0
Laurentides 7,285 5,825 80.0 5,610 77.0
Estrie 4,205 3,220 76.6 2,845 67.7
Lanaudière 5,555 4,420 79.6 4,220 76.0
Eastern ERs 4,180 3,380 80.9 3,105 74.3
Northern ERs 3,270 2,360 72.2 2,095 64.1

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 26.3: English-French FOLS immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 73,570 58,530 79.6 53,145 72.2
Montréal 49,775 38,955 78.3 34,735 69.8
Montérégie 8,385 6,910 82.4 6,470 77.2
Laval 9,740 8,120 83.4 7,750 79.6
Capitale-Nationale 1,085 865 79.7 785 72.4
Outaouais 2,085 1,705 81.8 1,575 75.5
Laurentides 695 580 83.5 560 80.6
Estrie 595 435 73.1 385 64.7
Lanaudière 565 425 75.2 415 73.5
Eastern ERs 370 310 83.8 280 75.7
Northern ERs 280 225 80.4 200 71.4

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 26.4: Anglophone FOLS immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 177,850 135,760 76.3 124,173 69.8
Montréal 127,053 96,248 75.8 87,088 68.5
Montérégie 21,243 16,535 77.8 15,555 73.2
Laval 15,670 12,520 79.9 11,725 74.8
Capitale-Nationale 1,448 1,118 77.2 1,043 72.0
Outaouais 5,508 4,333 78.7 4,098 74.4
Laurentides 2,913 2,040 70.0 1,910 65.6
Estrie 1,488 1,003 67.4 943 63.4
Lanaudière 938 768 81.9 758 80.8
Eastern ERs 865 620 71.7 555 64.2
Northern ERs 750 573 76.3 500 66.7

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 26.5: Francophone FOLS immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 241,640 188,875 78.2 169,638 70.2
Montréal 141,768 108,608 76.6 94,798 66.9
Montérégie 31,518 25,680 81.5 24,080 76.4
Laval 25,420 20,520 80.7 19,270 75.8
Capitale-Nationale 9,978 8,038 80.6 7,408 74.2
Outaouais 7,218 5,828 80.7 5,293 73.3
Laurentides 7,633 6,115 80.1 5,890 77.2
Estrie 4,503 3,438 76.3 3,038 67.5
Lanaudière 5,838 4,633 79.4 4,428 75.8
Eastern ERs 4,365 3,535 81.0 3,245 74.3
Northern ERs 3,410 2,473 72.5 2,195 64.4

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 27: Male immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by FOLS categories showing labour force activity statistics, for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 27: Male immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 219,785 185,595 84.4 168,550 76.7
Montréal 139,540 116,360 83.4 103,455 74.1
Montérégie 27,730 24,135 87.0 22,755 82.1
Laval 21,750 19,215 88.3 18,185 83.6
Capitale-Nationale 6,245 5,290 84.7 4,910 78.6
Outaouais 6,580 5,660 86.0 5,260 79.9
Laurentides 5,790 4,950 85.5 4,725 81.6
Estrie 3,275 2,605 79.5 2,340 71.5
Lanaudière 3,705 3,125 84.3 3,015 81.4
Eastern ERs 2,920 2,450 83.9 2,285 78.3
Northern ERs 2,255 1,795 79.6 1,625 72.1

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 27.1: English FOLS male immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 70,780 58,900 83.2 54,265 76.7
Montréal 51,280 42,205 82.3 38,505 75.1
Montérégie 8,445 7,330 86.8 6,925 82.0
Laval 5,600 4,920 87.9 4,630 82.7
Capitale-Nationale 410 325 79.3 310 75.6
Outaouais 2,285 1,945 85.1 1,855 81.2
Laurentides 1,325 1,080 81.5 1,015 76.6
Estrie 525 360 68.6 335 63.8
Lanaudière 325 285 87.7 275 84.6
Eastern ERs 310 230 74.2 205 66.1
Northern ERs 275 220 80.0 205 74.5

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 27.2: French FOLS male immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 103,540 88,380 85.4 79,680 77.0
Montréal 57,490 48,575 84.5 42,325 73.6
Montérégie 14,125 12,345 87.4 11,630 82.3
Laval 10,310 9,075 88.0 8,575 83.2
Capitale-Nationale 5,110 4,410 86.3 4,080 79.8
Outaouais 3,035 2,645 87.1 2,430 80.1
Laurentides 3,990 3,465 86.8 3,325 83.3
Estrie 2,345 1,925 82.1 1,730 73.8
Lanaudière 2,990 2,520 84.3 2,440 81.6
Eastern ERs 2,330 1,995 85.6 1,865 80.0
Northern ERs 1,800 1,420 78.9 1,285 71.4

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 27.3: English-French FOLS male immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 40,600 35,280 86.9 32,110 79.1
Montréal 27,170 23,260 85.6 20,730 76.3
Montérégie 4,640 4,140 89.2 3,910 84.3
Laval 5,470 4,985 91.1 4,770 87.2
Capitale-Nationale 615 530 86.2 490 79.7
Outaouais 1,200 1,040 86.7 960 80.0
Laurentides 440 385 87.5 375 85.2
Estrie 315 285 90.5 255 81.0
Lanaudière 350 300 85.7 290 82.9
Eastern ERs 230 215 93.5 195 84.8
Northern ERs 170 150 88.2 130 76.5

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 27.4: Anglophone FOLS male immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 91,080 76,540 84.0 70,320 77.2
Montréal 64,865 53,835 83.0 48,870 75.3
Montérégie 10,765 9,400 87.3 8,880 82.5
Laval 8,335 7,413 88.9 7,015 84.2
Capitale-Nationale 718 590 82.2 555 77.4
Outaouais 2,885 2,465 85.4 2,335 80.9
Laurentides 1,545 1,273 82.4 1,203 77.8
Estrie 683 503 73.6 463 67.8
Lanaudière 500 435 87.0 420 84.0
Eastern ERs 425 338 79.4 303 71.2
Northern ERs 360 295 81.9 270 75.0

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 27.5: Francophone FOLS male immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 123,840 106,020 85.6 95,735 77.3
Montréal 71,075 60,205 84.7 52,690 74.1
Montérégie 16,445 14,415 87.7 13,585 82.6
Laval 13,045 11,568 88.7 10,960 84.0
Capitale-Nationale 5,418 4,675 86.3 4,325 79.8
Outaouais 3,635 3,165 87.1 2,910 80.1
Laurentides 4,210 3,658 86.9 3,513 83.4
Estrie 2,503 2,068 82.6 1,858 74.2
Lanaudière 3,165 2,670 84.4 2,585 81.7
Eastern ERs 2,445 2,103 86.0 1,963 80.3
Northern ERs 1,885 1,495 79.3 1,350 71.6

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 28: Female immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by FOLS categories showing labour force activity statistics for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 28: Female immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 215,250 145,800 67.7 130,650 60.7
Montréal 140,960 93,645 66.4 82,490 58.5
Montérégie 26,590 18,820 70.8 17,535 65.9
Laval 20,575 14,295 69.5 13,205 64.2
Capitale-Nationale 5,415 3,950 72.9 3,610 66.7
Outaouais 6,330 4,560 72.0 4,165 65.8
Laurentides 4,910 3,265 66.5 3,130 63.7
Estrie 2,920 1,895 64.9 1,650 56.5
Lanaudière 3,180 2,335 73.4 2,195 69.0
Eastern ERs 2,430 1,755 72.2 1,570 64.6
Northern ERs 1,950 1,275 65.4 1,100 56.4

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 28.1: English FOLS female immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 70,285 47,595 67.7 43,330 61.6
Montréal 50,885 34,565 67.9 31,215 61.3
Montérégie 8,605 5,755 66.9 5,390 62.6
Laval 5,195 3,540 68.1 3,220 62.0
Capitale-Nationale 495 355 71.7 340 68.7
Outaouais 2,170 1,535 70.7 1,460 67.3
Laurentides 1,240 670 54.0 620 50.0
Estrie 665 430 64.7 410 61.7
Lanaudière 330 275 83.3 275 83.3
Eastern ERs 370 235 63.5 210 56.8
Northern ERs 335 235 70.1 195 58.2

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 28.2: French FOLS female immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 101,320 71,230 70.3 63,385 62.6
Montréal 59,390 40,560 68.3 35,100 59.1
Montérégie 13,195 9,885 74.9 9,220 69.9
Laval 10,240 7,380 72.1 6,825 66.7
Capitale-Nationale 4,330 3,195 73.8 2,935 67.8
Outaouais 3,140 2,325 74.0 2,080 66.2
Laurentides 3,290 2,360 71.7 2,285 69.5
Estrie 1,860 1,295 69.6 1,110 59.7
Lanaudière 2,565 1,900 74.1 1,785 69.6
Eastern ERs 1,850 1,390 75.1 1,240 67.0
Northern ERs 1,470 940 63.9 815 55.4

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 28.3: English-French FOLS female immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 32,975 23,255 70.5 21,030 63.8
Montréal 22,600 15,695 69.4 14,005 62.0
Montérégie 3,745 2,770 74.0 2,555 68.2
Laval 4,270 3,135 73.4 2,975 69.7
Capitale-Nationale 465 340 73.1 290 62.4
Outaouais 885 665 75.1 620 70.1
Laurentides 260 195 75.0 190 73.1
Estrie 285 150 52.6 125 43.9
Lanaudière 220 130 59.1 120 54.5
Eastern ERs 140 95 67.9 85 60.7
Northern ERs 110 75 68.2 65 59.1

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 28.4: Anglophone FOLS female immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 86,773 59,223 68.3 53,845 62.1
Montréal 62,185 42,413 68.2 38,218 61.5
Montérégie 10,478 7,140 68.1 6,668 63.6
Laval 7,330 5,108 69.7 4,708 64.2
Capitale-Nationale 728 525 72.2 485 66.7
Outaouais 2,613 1,868 71.5 1,770 67.8
Laurentides 1,370 768 56.0 715 52.2
Estrie 808 505 62.5 473 58.5
Lanaudière 440 340 77.3 335 76.1
Eastern ERs 440 283 64.2 253 57.4
Northern ERs 390 273 69.9 228 58.3

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 28.5: Francophone FOLS female immigrants 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 117,808 82,858 70.3 73,900 62.7
Montréal 70,690 48,408 68.5 42,103 59.6
Montérégie 15,068 11,270 74.8 10,498 69.7
Laval 12,375 8,948 72.3 8,313 67.2
Capitale-Nationale 4,563 3,365 73.8 3,080 67.5
Outaouais 3,583 2,658 74.2 2,390 66.7
Laurentides 3,420 2,458 71.9 2,380 69.6
Estrie 2,003 1,370 68.4 1,173 58.6
Lanaudière 2,675 1,965 73.5 1,845 69.0
Eastern ERs 1,920 1,438 74.9 1,283 66.8
Northern ERs 1,525 978 64.1 848 55.6

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 29: Immigrants (arrived before 1991)–35 to 64 years of age by FOLS categories, showing labour force activity statistics for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 29: Established immigrants (immigrated before 1991) who are 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 257,860 195,550 75.8 182,205 70.7
Montréal 157,925 117,835 74.6 108,450 68.7
Montérégie 35,500 27,870 78.5 26,505 74.7
Laval 29,720 23,350 78.6 22,110 74.4
Capitale-Nationale 5,705 4,505 79.0 4,290 75.2
Outaouais 7,350 5,730 78.0 5,425 73.8
Laurentides 7,650 5,685 74.3 5,475 71.6
Estrie 3,415 2,530 74.1 2,370 69.4
Lanaudière 4,805 3,675 76.5 3,525 73.4
Eastern ERs 3,165 2,460 77.7 2,300 72.7
Northern ERs 2,610 1,915 73.4 1,765 67.6

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 29.1: English FOLS established immigrants (immigrated before 1991) who are 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 92,160 70,685 76.7 65,965 71.6
Montréal 63,255 48,400 76.5 44,955 71.1
Montérégie 12,390 9,590 77.4 9,080 73.3
Laval 8,545 6,810 79.7 6,355 74.4
Capitale-Nationale 565 435 77.0 425 75.2
Outaouais 2,930 2,295 78.3 2,190 74.7
Laurentides 2,060 1,380 67.0 1,290 62.6
Estrie 930 635 68.3 600 64.5
Lanaudière 565 475 84.1 470 83.2
Eastern ERs 500 345 69.0 310 62.0
Northern ERs 420 325 77.4 290 69.0

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 29.2: French FOLS established immigrants (immigrated before 1991) who are 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 118,155 89,830 76.0 83,620 70.8
Montréal 62,710 46,385 74.0 42,235 67.3
Montérégie 17,900 14,225 79.5 13,575 75.8
Laval 13,755 10,820 78.7 10,315 75.0
Capitale-Nationale 4,730 3,730 78.9 3,550 75.1
Outaouais 3,440 2,690 78.2 2,535 73.7
Laurentides 5,055 3,905 77.3 3,795 75.1
Estrie 2,225 1,705 76.6 1,610 72.4
Lanaudière 3,815 2,925 76.7 2,790 73.1
Eastern ERs 2,485 1,980 79.7 1,855 74.6
Northern ERs 2,035 1,460 71.7 1,365 67.1

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 29.3: English-French FOLS established immigrants (immigrated before 1991) who are 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 41,025 32,015 78.0 30,110 73.4
Montréal 27,090 20,750 76.6 19,340 71.4
Montérégie 4,665 3,785 81.1 3,625 77.7
Laval 6,650 5,420 81.5 5,195 78.1
Capitale-Nationale 365 300 82.2 285 78.1
Outaouais 885 715 80.8 675 76.3
Laurentides 445 360 80.9 355 79.8
Estrie 235 165 70.2 155 66.0
Lanaudière 380 270 71.1 260 68.4
Eastern ERs 160 125 78.1 115 71.9
Northern ERs 145 120 82.8 100 69.0

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 29.4: Anglophone FOLS established immigrants (immigrated before 1991) who are 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 112,673 86,693 76.9 81,020 71.9
Montréal 76,800 58,775 76.5 54,625 71.1
Montérégie 14,723 11,483 78.0 10,893 74.0
Laval 11,870 9,520 80.2 8,953 75.4
Capitale-Nationale 748 585 78.3 568 75.9
Outaouais 3,373 2,653 78.7 2,528 74.9
Laurentides 2,283 1,560 68.3 1,468 64.3
Estrie 1,048 718 68.5 678 64.7
Lanaudière 755 610 80.8 600 79.5
Eastern ERs 580 408 70.3 368 63.4
Northern ERs 493 385 78.2 340 69.0

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 29.5: Francophone FOLS established immigrants (immigrated before 1991) who are 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 138,668 105,838 76.3 98,675 71.2
Montréal 76,255 56,760 74.4 51,905 68.1
Montérégie 20,233 16,118 79.7 15,388 76.1
Laval 17,080 13,530 79.2 12,913 75.6
Capitale-Nationale 4,913 3,880 79.0 3,693 75.2
Outaouais 3,883 3,048 78.5 2,873 74.0
Laurentides 5,278 4,085 77.4 3,973 75.3
Estrie 2,343 1,788 76.3 1,688 72.0
Lanaudière 4,005 3,060 76.4 2,920 72.9
Eastern ERs 2,565 2,043 79.6 1,913 74.6
Northern ERs 2,108 1,520 72.1 1,415 67.1

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 30: Immigrants (immigrated between 1991-2000)–35 to 64 years of age by FOLS categories showing labour force activity statistics for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 30: Immigrants who immigrated to Canada from 1991 to 2000 and are 35 to 64 years of age, by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 111,255 88,865 79.9 79,850 71.8
Montréal 75,265 58,685 78.0 51,650 68.6
Montérégie 12,185 10,245 84.1 9,675 79.4
Laval 9,545 7,920 83.0 7,385 77.4
Capitale-Nationale 3,555 3,080 86.6 2,815 79.2
Outaouais 3,795 3,195 84.2 2,905 76.5
Laurentides 2,055 1,740 84.7 1,670 81.3
Estrie 1,405 1,075 76.5 975 69.4
Lanaudière 1,440 1,260 87.5 1,230 85.4
Eastern ERs 1,120 990 88.4 930 83.0
Northern ERs 875 675 77.1 610 69.7

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 30.1: English FOLS immigrants who immigrated to Canada from 1991 to 2000 and are 35 to 64 years of age, by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 32,710 24,905 76.1 22,375 68.4
Montréal 25,490 19,345 75.9 17,220 67.6
Montérégie 3,455 2,700 78.1 2,525 73.1
Laval 1,745 1,270 72.8 1,160 66.5
Capitale-Nationale 220 160 72.7 145 65.9
Outaouais 970 800 82.5 765 78.9
Laurentides 375 275 73.3 255 68.0
Estrie 135 95 70.4 95 70.4
Lanaudière 70 65 92.9 65 92.9
Eastern ERs 100 80 80.0 55 55.0
Northern ERs 145 115 79.3 100 69.0

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 30.2: French FOLS immigrants who immigrated to Canada from 1991 to 2000 and are 35 to 64 years of age, by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 53,420 44,635 83.6 40,100 75.1
Montréal 32,415 26,330 81.2 22,980 70.9
Montérégie 5,740 5,125 89.3 4,890 85.2
Laval 5,190 4,450 85.7 4,130 79.6
Capitale-Nationale 2,895 2,570 88.8 2,360 81.5
Outaouais 1,890 1,625 86.0 1,445 76.5
Laurentides 1,510 1,320 87.4 1,285 85.1
Estrie 1,040 855 82.2 765 73.6
Lanaudière 1,210 1,070 88.4 1,040 86.0
Eastern ERs 880 795 90.3 760 86.4
Northern ERs 645 505 78.3 445 69.0

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 30.3: English-French immigrants who immigrated to Canada from 1991 to 2000 and are 35 to 64 years of age, by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 20,175 17,190 85.2 15,585 77.2
Montréal 13,500 11,390 84.4 10,135 75.1
Montérégie 2,435 2,120 87.1 1,970 80.9
Laval 2,355 2,090 88.7 2,020 85.8
Capitale-Nationale 370 320 86.5 285 77.0
Outaouais 875 750 85.7 685 78.3
Laurentides 160 125 78.1 120 75.0
Estrie 150 120 80.0 115 76.7
Lanaudière 130 110 84.6 110 84.6
Eastern ERs 125 105 84.0 100 80.0
Northern ERs 70 50 71.4 50 71.4

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 30.4: Anglophone FOLS immigrants who immigrated to Canada from 1991 to 2000 and are 35 to 64 years of age, by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 42,798 33,500 78.3 30,168 70.5
Montréal 32,240 25,040 77.7 22,288 69.1
Montérégie 4,673 3,760 80.5 3,510 75.1
Laval 2,923 2,315 79.2 2,170 74.3
Capitale-Nationale 405 320 79.0 288 71.0
Outaouais 1,408 1,175 83.5 1,108 78.7
Laurentides 455 338 74.2 315 69.2
Estrie 210 155 73.8 153 72.6
Lanaudière 135 120 88.9 120 88.9
Eastern ERs 163 133 81.5 105 64.6
Northern ERs 180 140 77.8 125 69.4

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 30.5: Francophone immigrants who immigrated to Canada from 1991 to 2000 and are 35 to 64 years of age, by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 63,508 53,230 83.8 47,893 75.4
Montréal 39,165 32,025 81.8 28,048 71.6
Montérégie 6,958 6,185 88.9 5,875 84.4
Laval 6,368 5,495 86.3 5,140 80.7
Capitale-Nationale 3,080 2,730 88.6 2,503 81.3
Outaouais 2,328 2,000 85.9 1,788 76.8
Laurentides 1,590 1,383 86.9 1,345 84.6
Estrie 1,115 915 82.1 823 73.8
Lanaudière 1,275 1,125 88.2 1,095 85.9
Eastern ERs 943 848 89.9 810 85.9
Northern ERs 680 530 77.9 470 69.1

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 31: Immigrants (immigrated between 2001-2006)–35 to 64 years of age by FOLS categories showing labour force activity for Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Table 31: Recent immigrants (immigrated between 2001 and 2006) who are 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 153,920 101,290 65.8 81,535 53.0
Montréal 112,570 74,050 65.8 58,695 52.1
Montérégie 13,945 9,140 65.5 7,745 55.5
Laval 6,870 4,600 67.0 3,885 56.6
Capitale-Nationale 6,065 3,930 64.8 3,295 54.3
Outaouais 4,105 2,860 69.7 2,375 57.9
Laurentides 2,085 1,460 70.0 1,320 63.3
Estrie 2,955 1,705 57.7 1,280 43.3
Lanaudière 1,295 990 76.4 890 68.7
Eastern ERs 2,355 1,530 65.0 1,275 54.1
Northern ERs 1,685 1,025 60.8 790 46.9

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 31.1: English FOLS recent immigrants (immigrated between 2001 and 2006) who are 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 38,045 24,115 63.4 20,490 53.9
Montréal 31,735 20,005 63.0 16,855 53.1
Montérégie 2,670 1,635 61.2 1,480 55.4
Laval 1,185 845 71.3 755 63.7
Capitale-Nationale 275 160 58.2 155 56.4
Outaouais 1,260 880 69.8 745 59.1
Laurentides 325 235 72.3 205 63.1
Estrie 265 125 47.2 110 41.5
Lanaudière 60 40 66.7 35 58.3
Eastern ERs 175 115 65.7 105 60.0
Northern ERs 100 65 65.0 40 40.0

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 31.2: French FOLS recent immigrants (immigrated between 2001 and 2006) who are 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 77,075 53,560 69.5 42,280 54.9
Montréal 52,155 36,400 69.8 28,055 53.8
Montérégie 7,375 5,155 69.9 4,280 58.0
Laval 3,280 2,265 69.1 1,870 57.0
Capitale-Nationale 4,560 3,095 67.9 2,565 56.2
Outaouais 1,895 1,405 74.1 1,160 61.2
Laurentides 1,485 1,060 71.4 955 64.3
Estrie 2,070 1,280 61.8 950 45.9
Lanaudière 1,025 805 78.5 740 72.2
Eastern ERs 1,820 1,235 67.9 1,030 56.6
Northern ERs 1,400 850 60.7 680 48.6

Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census, Department of Canadian Heritage custom table

Table 31.3: English-French FOLS recent immigrants (immigrated between 2001 and 2006) who are 35 to 64 years of age by labour force activity statistics, Quebec and Quebec economic regions, 2006 Census, 20% sample
Total In the
labour force
Participation
rate
Number
Employed
Employment
rate
Quebec total 31,090 21,200 68.2 17,090 55.0
Montréal 23,235 15,730 67.7 12,455 53.6
Montérégie 3,080 2,120 68.8 1,820 59.1
Laval 1,895 1,395 73.6 1,180 62.3
Capitale-Nationale 940 640 68.1 555 59.0
Outaouais 780 555 71.2 455 58.3
Laurentides 205 155 75.6 150 73.2
Estrie 480 270 56.2 210 43.8
Lanaudière 160 110 68.8 110 68.8
Eastern ERs 175 130 74.3 105 60.0
Northern ERs 140