Employment insurance beneficiaries receiving regular benefits by census metropolitan area and census agglomeration (monthly) (Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton, Kelowna, Abbotsford-Mission, Vancouver, Victoria)

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Employment insurance beneficiaries receiving regular benefits by census metropolitan area and census agglomeration (monthly)
(Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton, Kelowna, Abbotsford-Mission, Vancouver, Victoria)
  December 2011 December 2012p December 2011 to December 2012 December 2011 to December 2012
  Unadjusted for seasonality
  number change in number % change
Manitoba        
Winnipeg 6,530 6,340 -190 -2.9
Portage la Prairie 210 220 10 4.8
Brandon 360 310 -50 -13.9
Thompson 110 140 30 27.3
Saskatchewan        
Regina 1,320 1,160 -160 -12.1
Yorkton 170 140 -30 -17.6
Moose Jaw 300 260 -40 -13.3
Swift Current 110 90 -20 -18.2
Saskatoon 1,860 1,690 -170 -9.1
North Battleford 250 240 -10 -4.0
Prince Albert 660 610 -50 -7.6
Estevan 30 30 0 0.0
Alberta        
Medicine Hat 590 560 -30 -5.1
Brooks 150 210 60 40.0
Lethbridge 530 480 -50 -9.4
Calgary 8,280 8,090 -190 -2.3
Red Deer 670 580 -90 -13.4
Camrose 170 130 -40 -23.5
Edmonton 9,430 7,770 -1,660 -17.6
Lloydminster, Alta. part 70 60 -10 -14.3
Cold Lake 230 180 -50 -21.7
Grande Prairie 300 310 10 3.3
Wood Buffalo 710 510 -200 -28.2
Wetaskiwin 130 110 -20 -15.4
British Columbia        
Cranbrook 420 390 -30 -7.1
Penticton 950 750 -200 -21.1
Kelowna 2,950 2,470 -480 -16.3
Vernon 1,050 860 -190 -18.1
Kamloops 1,660 1,360 -300 -18.1
Chilliwack 1,020 830 -190 -18.6
Abbotsford-Mission 4,070 3,680 -390 -9.6
Vancouver 24,740 21,820 -2,920 -11.8
Squamish 350 300 -50 -14.3
Victoria 3,070 2,770 -300 -9.8
Duncan 590 530 -60 -10.2
Nanaimo 1,400 1,290 -110 -7.9
Parksville 340 280 -60 -17.6
Port Alberni 560 480 -80 -14.3
Courtenay 930 850 -80 -8.6
Campbell River 810 690 -120 -14.8
Powell River 250 200 -50 -20.0
Williams Lake 490 410 -80 -16.3
Quesnel 510 490 -20 -3.9
Prince Rupert 460 490 30 6.5
Kitimat 180 150 -30 -16.7
Terrace 460 430 -30 -6.5
Prince George 1,680 1,730 50 3.0
Dawson Creek 230 280 50 21.7
Fort St. John 160 200 40 25.0
Yukon        
Whitehorse 580 600 20 3.4
Northwest Territories        
Yellowknife 210 210 0 0.0

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