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  • 2006 Surrey Census

    Created by Statistics Canada. Statistics are for Surrey only and are broken down to a community level. For further information please see Statistics Canada.
  • 2001 Surrey Census

    Created by Statistics Canada. Statistics are for Surrey only and are broken down to a community level. For further information please see Statistics Canada.
  • Traffic Volumes

    This table provides 2009 and 2014 Traffic Volumes on major roads in Surrey. Traffic volumes displayed represent the average 24 hour volumes in both directions for a typical...
  • Population Projections

    Provides population projections from 2020 to 2046 at the community level. Surrey's population is projected to increase over the next 3 decades. Please note that population...
  • Population Estimates

    Provides population estimates of Surrey at the community level from the years of 2006 to 2016. Population estimates are based on a combination of the city's building permit...
  • Vacancy Rates for Commercial and Industrial Space

    The availability of office and industrial space is essential for fostering a dynamic and competitive business environment. The vacancy rate is a measure of market strength that...
  • Working Poor Families

    The majority of people with low income are employed, but have inadequate wages. They often work long hours or multiple jobs to pay for basic necessities. The result can be...
  • Unemployment Rates for Immigrants

    Immigrants are more likely to be unemployed than Canadian-born residents, even though they are more likely to have post-secondary education. New immigrants face many job market...
  • Rental Market

    Rental housing is important for building diverse communities. It provides affordable housing to lower income households as well as for people at different stages of life....
  • Transition to Post-Secondary

    Individuals with post-secondary education are more competitive in the job market, have better job opportunities, and have higher earnings than a high school graduate. Although...