Statistics

The following statistics are based on the Canadian Census. The Census is done every five years and data is made available over a course of four years following the Census. For additional statistical information, please visit the Town of Swan River on the Manitoba Profiles site or contact the Town Office.

Note: Numbers may not add currently due to rounding.

Age Characteristics Male Female Total
Total Population 1,810 2,100 3,905
0-4 years 130 105 235
5-9 years 105 110 215
10-14 years 200 105 95
15-19 years 130 115 240
20-24 years 90 100 190
25-29 years 95 100 195
30-34 years 85 100 185
35-39 years 90 105 195
40-44 years 100 110 210
45-49 years 120 135 255
50-54 years 120 125 250
55-59 years 90 140 230
60-64 years 95 120 215
65-69 years 95 120 210
70-74 years 85 105 190
75-79 years 90 120 210
80-84 years 100 130 230
85+ years 90 150 240
Occupied Private Dwellings Total
Private dwellings occupied by usual residents 1,755
Single-detached house – as % of total occupied private dwellings 68.7
Semi-detached house – as % of total occupied private dwellings 2.3
Row Houses – as % of total occupied private dwellings 2.6
Apartments; duplex – as % of total occupied private dwellings .06
Apartments – buildings witd fewer tdan 5 stories, as % of total occupied dwellings 21.7
Apartments – buildings witd 5 or more stories, as % of total occupied dwellings 0
Otder dwellings – as % of total occupied private dwellings 3.7
Number of owned dwellings 1,115
Number of rented dwellings 640
Median montdly payments for rented dwellings 455
Median montdly payments for owner-occupied dwellings ($) 437
# dwellings constructed before 1986 1,375
# dwellings constructed between 1986 and 2006 380
Average number of rooms per dwelling 6.3
Dwellings witd more tdan one person per room – as % of total occupied dwellings 1.1
Average value of owned dwelling ($) 101,748

 

Household Characteristics Total
Total private households 1,755
Households containing a couple (married or common-law) with children 345
Households containing a couple (married or common-law) without children 505
One-person households 675
Other household types 235
Average household size 2.1
Median monthly payments for rented dwellings N/A
Median Income in 2005 Total
All private households ($) 34,564
Couple households with children ($) 67,950
Couple households without children ($) 47,848
One-person households ($) 18,1663
Other household types ($) 28,095
Median After-Tax Income in 2005 Total
All private households ($) 31,319
Couple households with children ($) 56,935
Couple households without children ($) 44,318
One-person households ($) 18,070
Other household types ($) 24,306
Median Income in 2005 Total
All private households ($) 34,564
Couple households with children ($) 67,950
Couple households without children ($) 47,848
One-person households ($) 18,1663
Other household types ($) 28,095
Median After-Tax Income in 2005 Total
All private households ($) 31,319
Couple households with children ($) 56,935
Couple households without children ($) 44,318
One-person households ($) 18,070
Other household types ($) 24,306
Labour Force Activity Male Female Total
Total Population 15 years and over 1,330 1,710 3,040
In the labour force 805 830 1640
Employed 780 790 1,575
Unemployed 25 40 65
Not in the labour force 520 880 1,400
Participation rate 60.5 48.5 53.9
Employment rate (%) 58.6 46.2 51.8
Unemployment rate (%) 3.1 4.8 4.0
Occupation Male Female Total
Total Experience Labour Force – 15 years and over 805 825 1625
Management occupations 65 25 95
Business, finance and administration occupations 35 255 285
Natural and applies sciences and related occupations 35 0 35
Health occupations 70 105 170
Occupations in art, culture, recreation & sport 55 120 165
Sales and service occupations 10 10 10
Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations 195 3000 495
Occupations unique to primary industry 210 0 210
Occupations Unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities 75 0 80
Industry Male Female Total
Total Experience Labour Force – 15 years and over 805 825 1625
Agriculture and other resource-based industries 75 15 90
Construction industries 45 10 45
Manufacturing industries 110 10 110
Wholesale trade 40 0 45
Retail trade 120 120 240
Finance and real estate 45 40 85
Health care and social services 55 295 345
Educational services 40 110 150
Business services 85 90 175
Other services 200 145 345