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Unemployment rose 19% in Montréal during this period.

Of the five census metropolitan areas that recorded the largest drops in ranking between 2000 and 2006, four were in Ontario's so-called Golden Horseshoe: Oshawa, Hamilton, Toronto and Windsor. The fifth was Regina.

In contrast, four of the five areas with the best improvement in rankings were in British Columbia. The province's labour market has benefited from gains in resource-based industries, construction and transportation, and in increased exports to the Far East, mainly China.

Source of this information was The Daily, Statistics Canada.

To read the full article visit

http://www.statcan.ca/Daily/English/070125/d070125b.htm

Note to readers - This release is based on the report "Canada's unemployment mosaic, 2000 to 2006" in the current online edition of Perspectives on Labour and Income. - Data came from the monthly Labour Force Survey, which samples about 54,000 households. - A census metropolitan area (CMA) has an urban core with a population of at least 100,000 and adjacent urban or rural areas that have a high level of economic and social integration with the core. A non-CMA is a smaller urban or rural area that is not adjacent to a CMA.

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