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Employment Equity in the Public Service of Canada 2006–2007 and 2007–2008


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APPENDIX 2
Statistical Tables—2007–2008

TABLE 1

Representation of Designated Groups in the Public Service of Canada
 

FAA, schedules I and IV Indeterminates, Terms of Three Months or More, and Seasonal Employees
  All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
Public Service Representation # # % # % # % # %
As at March 31, 2008 186,754 101,589 54.4 8,190 4.4 11,001 5.9 17,207 9.2
As at March 31, 2007 179,540 96,816 53.9 7,610 4.2 10,192 5.7 15,787 8.8
As at March 31, 2006 176,630 95,013 53.8 7,381 4.2 10,169 5.8 15,112 8.6
As at March 31, 2005 165,856 88,702 53.5 6,886 4.2 9,626 5.8 13,498 8.1
As at March 31, 2004 165,976 88,175 53.1 6,723 4.1 9,452 5.7 13,001 7.8
As at March 31, 2003 163,314 86,162 52.8 6,426 3.9 9,155 5.6 12,058 7.4
As at March 31, 2002 157,510 82,663 52.5 5,980 3.8 8,331 5.3 10,772 6.8
As at March 31, 2001 149,339 77,785 52.1 5,316 3.6 7,621 5.1 9,143 6.1
As at March 31, 2000*
(Revenue Canada excluded)
141,253 72,549 51.4 4,639 3.3 6,687 4.7 7,764 5.5
As at March 31, 1999
(Revenue Canada included)
178,340 91,856 51.5 5,124 2.9 8,137 4.6 10,557 5.9
As at March 31, 1998 179,831 90,801 50.5 4,770 2.7 6,943 3.9 9,260 5.1
Workforce Availability
2001 Census and PALS     52.2   2.5   3.6   10.4
1996 Census and PALS     48.7   1.7   4.8   8.7
1991 Census and PALS     47.3   2.6   4.8   9.0

* Revenue Canada became a separate employer, the new Canada Customs and Revenue Agency, on November 1, 1999.

Notes

The data in this and other tables in this report cover employees identified for the purpose of employment equity in the Regulations to the Employment Equity Act. The estimates of workforce availability are based on information from the 2001 Census of Canada and the 2001 post-Census Participation and Activity Limitation Survey (PALS). They include only Canadian citizens in those occupations in the Canadian workforce that correspond to occupations in the federal public service.

Internal representation is based on those who have voluntarily chosen to self-identify to date as an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability and/or a person in a visible minority group.

TABLE 2

Distribution of Designated Groups in the Public Service of Canada by Type of Employment and Gender
 

FAA, schedules I and IV Indeterminates, Terms of Three Months or More and, Seasonal Employees—As at March 31, 2008
  Type of Employment
  All employees Gender Indeterminate Gender Term >= 3 Months Gender Seasonal Gender
  # % % # % % # % % # % %
Federal Public Service
Total 186,754 100.0 100.0 172,800 100.0 100.0 13,009 100.0 100.0 945 100.0 100.0
Women 101,589 54.4 54.4 93,710 54.2 54.2 7,521 57.8 57.8 358 37.9 37.9
Men 85,165 45.6 45.6 79,090 45.8 45.8 5,488 42.2 42.2 587 62.1 62.1
Aboriginal Peoples
Total 8,190 4.4 100.0 7,604 4.4 100.0 504 3.9 100.0 82 8.7 100.0
Women 5,013 4.9 61.2 4,624 4.9 60.8 345 4.6 68.5 44 12.3 53.7
Men 3,177 3.7 38.8 2,980 3.8 39.2 159 2.9 31.5 38 6.5 46.3
Persons with Disabilities
Total 11,001 5.9 100.0 10,471 6.1 100.0 467 3.6 100.0 63 6.7 100.0
Women 5,595 5.5 50.9 5,340 5.7 51.0 232 3.1 49.7 23 6.4 36.5
Men 5,406 6.3 49.1 5,131 6.5 49.0 235 4.3 50.3 40 6.8 63.5
Persons in a Visible Minority Group
Total 17,207 9.2 100.0 15,835 9.2 100.0 1,339 10.3 100.0 33 3.5 100.0
Women 9,479 9.3 55.1 8,668 9.2 54.7 796 10.6 59.4 15 4.2 45.5
Men 7,728 9.1 44.9 7,167 9.1 45.3 543 9.9 40.6 18 3.1 54.5

Notes

Shaded columns indicate the percentage representation by gender within each group of employees (e.g. 61.2 percent of Aboriginal employees are women, i.e. 5,013 ÷ 8,190 x 100).

Percentages in the unshaded columns in each case show the representation of all members of the designated groups within the Public Service and their representation by gender within the Public Service (e.g. 9.9 percent of men who are term employees are members of a visible minority group, i.e. 543 ÷ 5,488 x 100).

Internal representation is based on those who have voluntarily chosen to self-identify to date as an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability and/or a person in a visible minority group.

TABLE 3

Distribution of Public Service of Canada Employees by Designated Group According to Occupational Category and Group
 

FAA, schedules I and IV Indeterminates, Terms of Three Months or More, and Seasonal Employees—As at March 31. 2008
Occupational Category and Group All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
# # % # % # % # %
Executive 4,898 2,042 41.7 165 3.4 278 5.7 326 6.7
Scientific and Professional
AC Actuarial Science 5 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 20.0
AG Agriculture 6 1 16.7 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
AR Architecture and Town Planning 207 62 30.0 3 1.4 7 3.4 26 12.6
AU Auditing 201 79 39.3 1 0.5 5 2.5 30 14.9
BI Biological Sciences 2,023 952 47.1 30 1.5 60 3.0 286 14.1
CH Chemistry 518 232 44.8 4 0.8 10 1.9 124 23.9
DE Dentistry 15 3 20.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
DS Defence Scientific Service 657 123 18.7 3 0.5 18 2.7 94 14.3
ED Education 772 531 66.3 81 10.5 38 4.9 57 7.4
EN Engineering and Land Survey 2,828 468 16.5 47 1.7 118 4.2 461 16.3
ES Economics, Sociology and Statistics 7,617 3,839 50.4 180 2.4 346 4.5 1,092 14.3
FO Forestry 79 16 20.3 1 1.3 7 8.9 1 1.3
HR Historical Research 137 64 46.7 3 2.2 7 5.1 5 3.6
LA Law 2,923 1,570 53.7 84 2.9 147 5.0 292 10.0
LS Library Science 387 296 76.5 8 2.1 17 4.4 28 7.2
MA Mathematics 320 131 40.9 1 0.3 17 5.3 58 18.1
MD Medicine 292 117 40.1 4 1.4 13 4.5 38 13.0
MT Meteorology 528 113 21.4 3 0.6 16 3.0 52 9.8
ND Nutrition and Dietetics 61 60 98.4 4 6.6 1 1.6 1 1.6
NU Nursing 1,698 1,424 83.9 149 8.8 48 2.8 130 7.7
OP Occupational and Physical Therapy 65 43 66.2 1 1.5 0 0.0 4 6.2
PC Physical Sciences 2,389 1,032 43.2 62 2.6 95 4.0 271 11.3
PH Pharmacy 45 32 71.1 1 2.2 1 2.2 6 13.3
PS Psychology 385 218 56.6 5 1.3 17 4.4 27 7.0
SE Scientific Research 1,815 354 19.5 10 0.6 60 3.3 345 19.0
SG Scientific Regulation 941 487 51.8 6 0.6 23 2.4 189 20.1
SW Social Work 123 84 68.3 5 4.1 4 3.3 4 3.3
UT University Teaching 272 47 17.3 1 0.4 16 5.9 36 13.2
VM Veterinary Medicine 41 26 63.4 0 0.0 3 7.3 4 9.8
Total 27,350 12,385 45.3 697 2.5 1,094 4.0 3,662 13.4
Administrative and Foreign Service
AS Administrative Services 25,353 19,395 76.5 1,193 4.7 1,555 6.1 1,698 6.7
CO Commerce 2,931 1,304 44.5 103 3.5 128 4.4 278 9.5
CS Computer Systems Administration 12,678 3,622 28.6 311 2.5 680 5.4 1,641 12.9
FI Financial Administration 3,683 2,034 55.2 115 3.1 151 4.1 589 16.0
FS Foreign Service 1,180 468 39.7 19 1.6 40 3.4 145 12.3
IS Information Services 3,133 2,167 69.2 117 3.7 169 5.4 245 7.8
OM Organization and Methods 107 58 54.2 3 2.8 8 7.5 5 4.7
PE Personnel Administration 3,921 3,018 77.0 190 4.8 385 9.8 444 11.3
PG Purchasing and Supply 2,866 1,564 54.6 106 3.7 197 6.9 245 8.5
PL Leadership Development Programs 175 99 56.6 7 4.0 15 8.6 48 27.4
PM Program Administration 30,027 19,320 64.3 1,679 5.6 2,021 6.7 2,944 9.8
TR Translation 1,120 804 71.8 5 0.4 30 2.7 43 3.8
WP Welfare Program 3,110 1,979 63.6 273 8.8 175 5.6 208 6.7
Total 90,284 55,832 61.8 4,121 4.6 5,554 6.2 8,533 9.5
Technical
AI Air Traffic Control 11 2 18.2 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
AO Aircraft Operations 460 44 9.6 9 2.0 6 1.3 10 2.2
DD Drafting and Illustration 169 64 37.9 5 3.0 12 7.1 10 5.9
EG Engineering and Scientific Support 6,434 1,994 31.0 183 2.8 296 4.6 434 6.7
EL Electronics 1,062 62 5.8 27 2.5 61 5.7 55 5.2
EU Educational Support 30 28 93.3 17 56.7 0 0.0 0 0.0
GT General Technical 2,385 665 27.9 126 5.3 132 5.5 67 2.8
PI Primary Products Inspection 275 66 24.0 12 4.4 23 8.4 26 9.5
PY Photography 11 2 18.2 0 0.0 1 9.1 0 0.0
RO Radio Operations 361 85 23.5 16 4.4 10 2.8 5 1.4
SI Social Science Support 3,574 2,317 64.8 153 4.3 225 6.3 332 9.3
SO Ships' Officers 1,034 78 7.5 20 1.9 31 3.0 12 1.2
TI Technical Inspection 1,616 256 15.8 44 2.7 99 6.1 155 9.6
Total 17,422 5,663 32.5 612 3.5 896 5.1 1,106 6.3
Administrative Support
CM Communications 35 8 22.9 0 0.0 7 20.0 4 11.4
CR Clerical and Regulatory 26,032 21,059 80.9 1,360 5.2 2,034 7.8 2,681 10.3
DA Data Processing 227 110 48.5 5 2.2 15 6.6 15 6.6
OE Office Equipment Operation 8 6 75.0 0 0.0 3 37.5 0 0.0
ST Secretarial, Stenographic, Typing 547 536 98.0 30 5.5 34 6.2 30 5.5
Total, 26,849 21,719 80.9 1,395 5.2 2,093 7.8 2,730 10.2
Operational
CX Correctional Services 6,194 1,645 26.6 628 10.1 174 2.8 364 5.9
FR Firefighters 475 15 3.2 19 4.0 20 4.2 11 2.3
GL General Labour and Trades 5,333 277 5.2 216 4.1 389 7.3 122 2.3
GS General Services 3,531 1,401 39.7 161 4.6 261 7.4 168 4.8
HP Heat, Power and Stationary Plant Operation 465 7 1.5 15 3.2 41 8.8 22 4.7
HS Hospital Services 650 407 62.6 56 8.6 33 5.1 86 13.2
LI Lightkeepers 98 13 13.3 4 4.1 1 1.0 0 0.0
PR Printing Operations 31 11 35.5 2 6.5 2 6.5 3 9.7
SC Ships' Crews 1,350 116 8.6 37 2.7 54 4.0 33 2.4
SR Ship Repair 1,824 56 3.1 62 3.4 111 6.1 41 2.2
Total 19,951 3,948 19.8 1,200 6.0 1,086 5.4 850 4.3
TOTAL FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE 186,754 101,589 54.4 8,190 4.4 11,001 5.9 17,207 9.2

Note

(Internal representation is based on those who have voluntarily chosen to self-identify to date as an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability and/or a person in a visible minority group.)

TABLE 4

Distribution of Public Service of Canada Employees by Designated Group According to Occupational Category and Age Group
 

FAA, schedules I and IV Indeterminates, Terms of Three Months or More, and Seasonal Employees—As at March 31, 2008
Occupational Category Age Group All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
    # # % # % # % # %
Executive
  25-29 1 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
  30-34 73 31 42.5 4 5.5 2 2.7 9 12.3
  35-39 350 156 44.6 14 4.0 5 1.4 37 10.6
  40-44 667 314 47.1 31 4.6 18 2.7 68 10.2
  45-49 1,110 543 48.9 39 3.5 56 5.0 66 5.9
  50-54 1,385 600 43.3 44 3.2 95 6.9 53 3.8
  55-59 1,000 346 34.6 28 2.8 77 7.7 56 5.6
  60-64 274 49 17.9 5 1.8 24 8.8 32 11.7
  65-69 36 3 8.3 0 0.0 1 2.8 5 13.9
  70+ 2 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
Total 4,898 2,042 41.7 165 3.4 278 5.7 326 6.7
Scientific and Professional
  16-19 1 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 100.0
  20-24 240 160 66.7 5 2.1 1 0.4 27 11.3
  25-29 2,208 1,277 57.8 42 1.9 36 1.6 338 15.3
30-34 3,879 2,144 55.3 112 2.9 81 2.1 544 14.0
35-39 4,050 2,068 51.1 121 3.0 108 2.7 602 14.9
40-44 4,060 1,910 47.0 122 3.0 149 3.7 574 14.1
45-49 4,166 1,827 43.9 110 2.6 176 4.2 537 12.9
50-54 3,991 1,578 39.5 84 2.1 234 5.9 397 9.9
55-59 2,992 1,008 33.7 70 2.3 199 6.7 312 10.4
60-64 1,303 344 26.4 25 1.9 80 6.1 212 16.3
65-69 363 56 15.4 5 1.4 24 6.6 91 25.1
70+ 97 13 13.4 1 1.0 6 6.2 27 27.8
Total 27,350 12,385 45.3 697 2.5 1,094 4.0 3,662 13.4
Administrative and Foreign Service
16-19 8 4 50.0 2 25.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
20-24 1,718 1,042 60.7 47 2.7 12 0.7 169 9.8
25-29 7,917 4,781 60.4 294 3.7 156 2.0 1,066 13.5
30-34 10,978 6,494 59.2 479 4.4 334 3.0 1,538 14.0
35-39 11,478 6,810 59.3 659 5.7 463 4.0 1,378 12.0
40-44 13,512 8,461 62.6 748 5.5 747 5.5 1,373 10.2
45-49 15,959 10,567 66.2 722 4.5 1,129 7.1 1,159 7.3
50-54 16,251 10,562 65.0 700 4.3 1,428 8.8 862 5.3
55-59 9,215 5,422 58.8 371 4.0 946 10.3 607 6.6
60-64 2,747 1,458 53.1 88 3.2 285 10.4 293 10.7
65-69 437 206 47.1 10 2.3 50 11.4 78 17.8
70+ 64 25 39.1 1 1.6 4 6.3 10 15.6
Total 90,284 55,832 61.8 4,121 4.6 5,554 6.2 8,533 9.5
Technical
16-19 7 1 14.3 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
20-24 236 106 44.9 5 2.1 3 1.3 22 9.3
25-29 1,116 549 49.2 41 3.7 31 2.8 110 9.9
30-34 1,618 745 46.0 67 4.1 50 3.1 139 8.6
35-39 1,795 751 41.8 97 5.4 60 3.3 137 7.6
40-44 2,426 888 36.6 89 3.7 90 3.7 156 6.4
45-49 3,514 1,030 29.3 111 3.2 179 5.1 180 5.1
50-54 3,586 942 26.3 111 3.1 247 6.9 152 4.2
55-59 2,125 475 22.4 69 3.2 168 7.9 113 5.3
60-64 797 146 18.3 19 2.4 54 6.8 67 8.4
65-69 172 28 16.3 3 1.7 10 5.8 23 13.4
70+ 30 2 6.7 0 0.0 4 13.3 7 23.3
Total 17,422 5,663 32.5 612 3.5 896 5.1 1,106 6.3
Administrative Support
16-19 33 21 63.6 3 9.1 0 0.0 1 3.0
20-24 1,035 818 79.0 44 4.3 16 1.5 98 9.5
25-29 2,617 1,936 74.0 115 4.4 69 2.6 369 14.1
30-34 2,565 1,953 76.1 139 5.4 99 3.9 351 13.7
35-39 2,777 2,241 80.7 184 6.6 158 5.7 325 11.7
40-44 3,658 3,007 82.2 239 6.5 263 7.2 367 10.0
45-49 4,634 3,921 84.6 258 5.6 440 9.5 373 8.0
50-54 4,954 4,086 82.5 221 4.5 500 10.1 326 6.6
55-59 3,137 2,541 81.0 140 4.5 367 11.7 304 9.7
60-64 1,140 947 83.1 45 3.9 144 12.6 151 13.2
65-69 247 204 82.6 6 2.4 32 13.0 53 21.5
70+ 52 44 84.6 1 1.9 5 9.6 12 23.1
Total 26,849 21,719 80.9 1,395 5.2 2,093 7.8 2,730 10.2
Operational
16-19 29 6 20.7 0 0.0 1 3.4 0 0.0
20-24 429 120 28.0 22 5.1 4 0.9 16 3.7
25-29 1,229 366 29.8 90 7.3 23 1.9 77 6.3
30-34 1,900 524 27.6 168 8.8 43 2.3 115 6.1
35-39 2,307 581 25.2 198 8.6 62 2.7 118 5.1
40-44 2,824 631 22.3 208 7.4 131 4.6 138 4.9
45-49 3,798 717 18.9 188 4.9 217 5.7 117 3.1
50-54 3,856 529 13.7 188 4.9 307 8.0 111 2.9
55-59 2,452 293 11.9 97 4.0 207 8.4 110 4.5
60-64 910 143 15.7 32 3.5 72 7.9 40 4.4
65-69 184 34 18.5 8 4.3 17 9.2 8 4.3
70+ 33 4 12.1 1 3.0 2 6.1 0 0.0
Total 19,951 3,948 19.8 1,200 6.0 1,086 5.4 850 4.3
Federal Public Service
16-19 78 32 41.0 5 6.4 1 1.3 2 2.6
20-24 3,658 2,246 61.4 123 3.4 36 1.0 332 9.1
25-29 15,088 8,909 59.0 582 3.9 315 2.1 1,960 13.0
30-34 21,013 11,891 56.6 969 4.6 609 2.9 2,696 12.8
35-39 22,757 12,607 55.4 1,273 5.6 856 3.8 2,597 11.4
40-44 27,147 15,211 56.0 1,437 5.3 1,398 5.1 2,676 9.9
45-49 33,181 18,605 56.1 1,428 4.3 2,197 6.6 2,432 7.3
50-54 34,023 18,297 53.8 1,348 4.0 2,811 8.3 1,901 5.6
55-59 20,921 10,085 48.2 775 3.7 1,964 9.4 1,502 7.2
60-64 7,171 3,087 43.0 214 3.0 659 9.2 795 11.1
65-69 1,439 531 36.9 32 2.2 134 9.3 258 17.9
70+ 278 88 31.7 4 1.4 21 7.6 56 20.1
Total 186,754 101,589 54.4 8,190 4.4 11,001 5.9 17,207 9.2

Note

(Internal representation is based on those who have voluntarily chosen to self-identify to date as an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability and/or a person in a visible minority group.)

TABLE 5

Distribution of Public Service of Canada Employees by Designated Group According to Department or Agency
 

FAA, schedules I and IV Indeterminates, Terms of Three Months or More, and Seasonal Employees—As at March 31, 2008
Department or Agency All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
# # % # % # % # %
National Defence* 24,064 9,472 39.4 776 3.2 1,934 8.0 1,475 6.1
Human Resources and Social Development Canada 22,259 15,697 70.5 984 4.4 1,807 8.1 2,123 9.5
Correctional Service Canada 15,163 6,930 45.7 1,128 7.4 610 4.0 820 5.4
Canada Border Services Agency 12,846 6,722 52.3 384 3.0 749 5.8 1,433 11.2
Public Works and Government Services Canada 12,197 6,632 54.4 316 2.6 654 5.4 1,011 8.3
Fisheries and Oceans Canada † 9,692 3,143 32.4 352 3.6 488 5.0 394 4.1
Health Canada 8,935 5,880 65.8 626 7.0 391 4.4 1,248 14.0
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada ‡ 6,396 3,049 47.7 202 3.2 295 4.6 547 8.6
Environment Canada 5,964 2,663 44.7 165 2.8 291 4.9 693 11.6
Statistics Canada 5,616 2,901 51.7 111 2.0 339 6.0 711 12.7
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Civilian Staff) 5,467 4,333 79.3 270 4.9 276 5.0 436 8.0
Industry Canada 5,220 2,597 49.8 114 2.2 272 5.2 599 11.5
Department of Justice Canada £ 5,013 3,311 66.0 172 3.4 255 5.1 587 11.7
Transport Canada 4,897 2,183 44.6 142 2.9 215 4.4 501 10.2
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada 4,272 2,169 50.8 91 2.1 153 3.6 456 10.7
Natural Resources Canada 4,264 1,765 41.4 114 2.7 250 5.9 452 10.6
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada 4,026 2,524 62.7 1,222 30.4 231 5.7 278 6.9
Veterans Affairs Canada 3,816 2,744 71.9 119 3.1 328 8.6 337 8.8
Citizenship and Immigration Canada 3,731 2,566 68.8 77 2.1 192 5.1 633 17.0
Passport Canada 2,387 1,659 69.5 50 2.1 74 3.1 359 15.0
Canadian Heritage 2,075 1,425 68.7 102 4.9 103 5.0 212 10.2
Public Health Agency of Canada 2,016 1,377 68.3 75 3.7 90 4.5 264 13.1
Canadian International Development Agency 1,776 1,101 62.0 53 3.0 77 4.3 197 11.1
Library and Archives Canada 1,069 635 59.4 36 3.4 74 6.9 67 6.3
Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat 1,042 627 60.2 34 3.3 78 7.5 97 9.3
Department of Finance Canada 1,039 539 51.9 17 1.6 38 3.7 110 10.6
Public Service Commission of Canada 993 681 68.6 36 3.6 74 7.5 100 10.1
Public Safety Canada § 837 518 61.9 41 4.9 52 6.2 64 7.6
Immigration and Refugee Board 812 524 64.5 23 2.8 61 7.5 199 24.5
Privy Council Office 743 427 57.5 22 3.0 32 4.3 69 9.3
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency 709 417 58.8 17 2.4 31 4.4 27 3.8
Canada School of Public Service 667 463 69.4 26 3.9 38 5.7 57 8.5
Canadian Grain Commission 626 229 36.6 37 5.9 44 7.0 60 9.6
Canada Public Service Agency 586 412 70.3 29 4.9 73 12.5 74 12.6
Canadian Space Agency 573 221 38.6 5 0.9 15 2.6 76 13.3
Court Administration Services 552 360 65.2 24 4.3 31 5.6 64 11.6
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission 406 232 57.1 10 2.5 29 7.1 33 8.1
Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec 397 227 57.2 7 1.8 14 3.5 28 7.1
Western Economic Diversification Canada 377 212 56.2 22 5.8 19 5.0 60 15.9
Office of Indian Residential Schools Resolution of Canada 357 230 64.4 58 16.2 23 6.4 34 9.5
Elections Canada 349 164 47.0 15 4.3 26 7.4 31 8.9
National Parole Board 344 286 83.1 19 5.5 15 4.4 24 7.0
Canadian Transportation Agency 208 126 60.6 6 2.9 20 9.6 9 4.3
Infrastructure Canada 204 118 57.8 7 3.4 10 4.9 20 9.8
Transportation Safety Board of Canada 202 67 33.2 3 1.5 11 5.4 18 8.9
Office of the Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada 183 123 67.2 10 5.5 19 10.4 14 7.7
Canadian Human Rights Commission 169 107 63.3 7 4.1 25 14.8 24 14.2
Office of the Secretary to the Governor General 153 92 60.1 1 0.7 12 7.8 11 7.2
Offices of the Information and Privacy Commissioners 149 104 69.8 3 2.0 14 9.4 9 6.0
Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages 142 99 69.7 7 4.9 13 9.2 5 3.5
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency 137 80 58.4 9 6.6 2 1.5 12 8.8
Canada Industrial Relations Board 88 61 69.3 2 2.3 9 10.2 3 3.4
Status of Women Canada 73 66 90.4 2 2.7 8 11.0 11 15.1
Canadian International Trade Tribunal 61 38 62.3 0 0.0 2 3.3 4 6.6
Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs 61 38 62.3 1 1.6 2 3.3 3 4.9
Canadian Dairy Commission 59 37 62.7 3 5.1 1 1.7 4 6.8
Patented Medicine Prices Review Board Canada 47 31 66.0 0 0.0 1 2.1 4 8.5
Canadian Forces Grievance Board 37 25 67.6 0 0.0 2 5.4 2 5.4
International Joint Commission 27 11 40.7 0 0.0 2 7.4 0 0.0
Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission Canada 25 14 56.0 0 0.0 1 4.0 5 20.0
Office of the Registrar of Lobbyists 22 12

54.5

2 9.1 0 0.0 1 4.5
Public Service Staffing Tribunal 22 19 86.4 1 4.5 1 4.5 1 4.5
Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat 20 12 60.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
Canadian Human Rights Tribunal 19 12 63.2 0 0.0 2 10.5 0 0.0
Military Police Complaints Commission 13 9 69.2 0 0.0 3 23.1 0 0.0
National Farm Products Council 13 8 61.5 1 7.7 0 0.0 2 15.4
Copyright Board Canada 11 6 54.5 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 9.1
NAFTA Secretariat, Canadian Section 10 6 60.0 2 20.0 0 0.0 3 30.0
Registry of the Competition Tribunal 10 6 60.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 10.0
Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada 9 7 77.8 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
Canadian Artists and Producers Professional Relations Tribunal 6 5 83.3 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
Royal Canadian Mounted Police External Review Committee 2 1 50.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
Total 186,754 101,589 54.4 8,190 4.4 11,001 5.9 17,207 9.2

* Civilian Staff only. Data for members of the Canadian Forces are not included because the Treasury Board is not the employer.

†   Fisheries and Oceans Canada data include data for the Canadian Coast Guard.

‡   Data for the Prairies Farm Rehabilitation Administration are included.

£   Department of Justice Canada data include the Public Prosecutor Service of Canada.

¦   Public Safety Canada data include the Commission for Public Complaints Against the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Note

Internal representation is based on those who have voluntarily chosen to self-identify to date as an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability and/or a person in a visible minority group.

TABLE 6

Distribution of Public Service of Canada Employees by Designated Group and Region of Work
 

FAA, schedules I and IV Indeterminates, Terms of Three Months or More, and Seasonal Employees—As at March 31, 2008
Department or Agency All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
# # % # % # % # %
Newfoundland and Labrador 3,251 1,426 43.9 158 4.9 179 5.5 38 1.2
Prince Edward Island 1,879 1,188 63.2 41 2.2 163 8.7 40 2.1
Nova Scotia 9,343 3,911 41.9 346 3.7 697 7.5 494 5.3
New Brunswick 6,273 3,454 55.1 193 3.1 342 5.5 97 1.5
Quebec (without the NCR*) 21,435 11,264 52.5 356 1.7 770 3.6 1,381 6.4
NCR* (Quebec) 22,054 12,951 58.7 1,051 4.8 1,213 5.5 1,934 8.8
NCR* 79,148 45,157 57.1 2,640 3.3 4,569 5.8 7,871 9.9
Ontario (without the NCR*) 23,969 13,310 55.5 1,030 4.3 1,770 7.4 3,071 12.8
NCR* (Ontario) 57,094 32,206 56.4 1,589 2.8 3,356 5.9 5,937 10.4
Manitoba 7,204 4,044 56.1 901 12.5 487 6.8 462 6.4
Saskatchewan 4,791 2,662 55.6 646 13.5 253 5.3 170 3.5
Alberta 9,890 5,593 56.6 726 7.3 669 6.8 805 8.1
British Columbia 17,015 8,381 49.3 882 5.2 1,009 5.9 2,587 15.2
Yukon 315 189 60.0 56 17.8 17 5.4 7 2.2
Northwest Territories 636 375 59.0 140 22.0 32 5.0 23 3.6
Nunavut 191 110 57.6 58 30.4 8 4.2 11 5.8
Outside Canada 1,414 525 37.1 17 1.2 36 2.5 150 10.6
Total 186,754 101,589 54.4 8,190 4.4 11,001 5.9 17,207 9.2

* NCR stands for National Capital Region.

Note

Internal representation is based on those who have voluntarily chosen to self-identify to date as an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability and/or a person in a visible minority group.

TABLE 7

Distribution of Public Service of Canada Employees by Designated Group and Salary Band
 

FAA, schedules I and IV Indeterminates, Terms of Three Months or More, and Seasonal Employees—As at March 31, 2008
Salary Band All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
  # CUM % # % CUM % # % CUM % # % CUM % # % CUM %
=< 19,999 81 0.0 21 25.9 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 2 2.5 0.0 5 6.2 0.0
20,000 - 24,999 0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0
25,000 - 29,999 11 0.0 9 81.8 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 6 54.5 0.1 0 0.0 0.0
30,000 - 34,999 1,307 0.7 878 67.2 0.9 72 5.5 0.9 108 8.3 1.1 72 5.5 0.4
35,000 - 39,999 7,346 4.7 4,546 61.9 5.4 412 5.6 5.9 678 9.2 7.2 617 8.4 4.0
40,000 - 44,999 23,085 17.0 16,751 72.6 21.9 1,176 5.1 20.3 1,504 6.5 20.9 2,156 9.3 16.6
45,000 - 49,999 22,451 29.1 14,968 66.7 36.6 1,045 4.7 33.0 1,479 6.6 34.3 2,164 9.6 29.1
50,000 - 54,999 22,464 41.1 13,777 61.3 50.2 1,039 4.6 45.7 1,327 5.9 46.4 1,864 8.3 40.0
55,000 - 59,999 21,411 52.6 11,263 52.6 61.2 1,032 4.8 58.3 1,236 5.8 57.6 1,984 9.3 51.5
60,000 - 64,999 15,929 61.1 7,803 49.0 68.9 872 5.5 69.0 869 5.5 65.5 1,461 9.2 60.0
65,000 - 69,999 13,879 68.5 6,504 46.9 75.3 632 4.6 76.7 602 4.3 71.0 1,311 9.4 67.6
70,000 - 74,999 16,149 77.2 7,375 45.7 82.6 636 3.9 84.4 865 5.4 78.9 1,614 10.0 77.0
75,000 - 79,999 7,211 81.0 3,577 49.6 86.1 243 3.4 87.4 366 5.1 82.2 837 11.6 81.9
80,000 - 84,999 8,407 85.5 3,517 41.8 89.6 284 3.4 90.9 458 5.4 86.4 797 9.5 86.5
85,000 - 89,999 7,975 89.8 3,294 41.3 92.8 205 2.6 93.4 420 5.3 90.2 866 10.9 91.5
90,000 - 94,999 4,171 92.0 1,850 44.4 94.6 182 4.4 95.6 245 5.9 92.4 279 6.7 93.1
95,000 - 99,999 5,801 95.1 2,013 34.7 96.6 137 2.4 97.3 317 5.5 95.3 535 9.2 96.3
>= 100,000 9,076 100.0 3,443 37.9 100.0 223 2.5 100.0 519 5.7 100.0 645 7.1 100.0
Total 186,754 100.0 101,589 54.4 100.0 8,190 4.4 100.0 11,001 5.9 100.0 17,207 9.2 100.0

Notes

Each figure in the “CUM %” column represents the cumulative total percentage of each designated group in the Public Service workforce (all employees, women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, and persons in a visible minority group) in the identified salary band or lower.

Other percentages are a designated group’s share of each salary band (rows).

For example, in the “CUM %” column one finds that 36.6 percent of all women (or 37,173) earned less than $50,000 in fiscal year 2007–2008. The figure in the column to the left (66.7 percent) represents the percentage of women in this salary band, that is, the $45,000–$49,999 range.

Internal representation is based on those who have voluntarily chosen to self-identify to date as an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability and/or a person in a visible minority group.

TABLE 8

Hirings into the Public Service of Canada by Designated Group and Region of Work
 

FAA, schedules I and IV Indeterminates, Terms of Three Months or More, and Seasonal Employees—April 1, 2007, to March 31, 2008
Region of Work All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
# # % # % # % # %
Newfoundland and Labrador 257 174 67.7 16 6.2 6 2.3 3 1.2
Prince Edward Island 132 69 52.3 1 0.8 6 4.5 4 3.0
Nova Scotia 809 358 44.3 36 4.4 40 4.9 45 5.6
New Brunswick 570 366 64.2 12 2.1 21 3.7 8 1.4
Quebec (without the NCR*) 1,946 1,084 55.7 18 0.9 38 2.0 188 9.7
NCR* (Quebec) 2,448 1,418 57.9 73 3.0 65 2.7 227 9.3
NCR* 8,795 5,213 59.3 178 2.0 201 2.3 885 10.1
Ontario (without the NCR*) 2,354 1,297 55.1 68 2.9 61 2.6 206 8.8
NCR* (Ontario) 6,347 3,795 59.8 105 1.7 136 2.1 658 10.4
Manitoba 858 522 60.8 92 10.7 22 2.6 56 6.5
Saskatchewan 670 412 61.5 81 12.1 13 1.9 16 2.4
Alberta 1,483 945 63.7 74 5.0 41 2.8 108 7.3
British Columbia 1,812 987 54.5 73 4.0 45 2.5 295 16.3
Yukon 39 29 74.4 2 5.1 1 2.6 0 0.0
Northwest Territories 84 49 58.3 12 14.3 2 2.4 2 2.4
Nunavut 47 32 68.1 8 17.0 0 0.0 4 8.5
Outside Canada 27 2 7.4 0 0.0 0 0.0 4 14.8
Total 19,883 11,539 58.0 671 3.4 497 2.5 1,824 9.2

* NCR stands for National Capital Region.

Notes

“Hirings” refers to employees who were added to the federal public service payroll between April 1, 2007 and March 31, 2008.(See the definition of “Hirings” under “Terminology” in Appendix 1.)

Percentages are a designated group’s share of the total for each region of work.

TABLE 9

Hirings into the Public Service of Canada by Designated Group and Occupational Category
 

FAA, schedules I and IV Indeterminates, Terms of Three Months or More, and Seasonal Employees—April 1, 2007, to March 31, 2008
Occupational Category All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
  # # % # % # % # %
Executive 109 49 45.0 2 1.8 3 2.8 10 9.2
Scientific and Professional 2,740 1,490 54.4 64 2.3 44 1.6 347 12.7
Administrative and Foreign Service 7,158 4,010 56.0 229 3.2 185 2.6 666 9.3
Technical 1,445 578 40.0 43 3.0 29 2.0 104 7.2
Administrative Support 6,227 4,751 76.3 220 3.5 161 2.6 593 9.5
Operational 2,204 661 30.0 113 5.1 75 3.4 104 4.7
Total 19,883 11,539 58.0 671 3.4 497 2.5 1,824 9.2

Note

“Hirings” refers to employees who were added to the federal public service payroll between April 1, 2007, and March 31, 2008. (See the definition of “Hirings” under “Terminology” in Appendix 1.) Percentages are a designated group's share of the total for each occupational category.

TABLE 10

Hirings into the Public Service of Canada by Designated Group and Type of Employment
 

FAA, schedules I and IV Indeterminates, Terms of Three Months or More, and Seasonal Employees—April 1, 2007, to March 31, 2008
Occupational Category All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
# # % # % # % # %
Indeterminate 10,304 5,760 55.9 322 3.1 216 2.1 970 9.4
Term (three months or more) 9,391 5,691 60.6 332 3.5 275 2.9 849 9.0
Seasonal 188 88 46.8 17 9.0 6 3.2 5 2.7
Total 19,883 11,539 58.0 671 3.4 497 2.5 1,824 9.2

Note

“Hirings” refers to employees who were added to the federal public service payroll between April 1, 2007, and March 31, 2008. (See the definition of “Hirings” under “Terminology” in Appendix 1.) Percentages are a designated group’s share of the total for each type of employment.

TABLE 11

Promotions within the Public Service of Canada by Designated Group and Region of Work
 

FAA, schedules I and IV Indeterminates, Terms of Three Months or More, and Seasonal Employees—April 1, 2007, to March 31, 2008
Region of Work All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
# # % # % # % # %
Newfoundland and Labrador 313 175 55.9 14 4.5 18 5.8 7 2.2
Prince Edward Island 299 221 73.9 4 13 29 9.7 6 2.0
Nova Scotia 1,228 563 45.8 43 3.5 63 5.1 63 5.1
New Brunswick 755 496 65.7 19 2.5 42 56 9 1.2
Quebec (without the NCR*) 1,924 1,129 58.7 24 1.2 74 3.8 139 7.2
NCR* (Quebec) 3,622 2,338 64.5 202 56 192 5.3 365 10.1
NCR* 13,484 8,591 63.7 489 3.6 670 50 1,552 11.5
Ontario (without the NCR*) 2,193 1,400 63.8 108 4.9 147 6.7 337 15.4
NCR* (Ontario) 9,862 6,253 63.4 287 2.9 478 4.8 1,187 12.0
Manitoba 816 504 61.8 82 10.0 52 6.4 56 6.9
Saskatchewan 489 298 60.9 64 13.1 25 5.1 19 3.9
Alberta 1,222 787 64.4 91 7.4 91 74 119 9.7
British Columbia 1,864 1,017 54.6 97 5.2 102 5.5 287 15.4
Yukon 22 16 72.7 0 0.0 1 4.5 0 0.0
Northwest Territories 104 60 57.7 22 21.2 4 3.8 5 4.8
Nunavut 25 16 64.0 4 16.0 3 12.0 2 8.0
Outside Canada 153 66 43.1 2 1.3 6 3.9 26 17.0
Total 24,891 15,339 61.6 1,063 4.3 1,327 5.3 2,627 10.6

* NCR stands for National Capital Region.

Notes

Data on promotions are obtained from the Public Service Commission of Canada and include information from departments and agencies that fall under both the FAA, schedule I and IV, and the Public Service Employment Act.

Percentages are that designated group’s share of all promotions of federal public service employees in that region of work.(See the definition of “Promotions” under “Terminology” in Appendix 1.)

TABLE 12

Promotions within the Public Service of Canada by Designated Group and Occupational Category
 

FAA, schedules I and IV Indeterminates, Terms of Three Months or More, and Seasonal Employees—April 1, 2007, to March 31, 2008
Occupational Category All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
# # % # % # % # %
Executive 950 434 45.7 30 3.2 44 4.6 58 6.1
Scientific and Professional 3,830 1,941 50.7 87 2.3 138 3.6 594 15.5
Administrative and Foreign Service 14,356 10,078 70.2 686 4.8 798 5.6 1,542 10.7
Technical 1,774 738 41.6 66 3.7 100 5.6 145 8.2
Administrative Support 2,288 1,894 82.8 116 5.1 167 7.3 237 10.4
Operational 1,693 254 15.0 78 4.6 80 4.7 51 3.0
Total 24,891 15,339 61.6 1,063 4.3 1,327 5.3 2,627 10.6

Notes

Data on promotions are obtained from the Public Service Commission of Canada and include information from departments and agencies that fall under both the FAA, schedules I and IV, and the Public Service Employment Act.

Percentages are that designated group’s share of all promotions of federal public service employees in that occupational category. (See the definition of “Promotions” under “Terminology” in Appendix 1.)

TABLE 13

Promotions within the Public Service of Canada by Designated Group and Type of Employment
 

FAA, schedules I and IV Indeterminates, Terms of Three Months or More, and Seasonal Employees—April 1, 2007, to March 31, 2008
Type of Employment All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
# # % # % # % # %
Indeterminate 23,404 14,629 62.5 1,010 4.3 1,266 5.4 2,522 10.8
Term (three months or more) 1,353 659 48.7 45 3.3 52 3.8 101 7.5
Seasonal 134 51 38.1 8 6.0 9 6.7 4 3.0
Total 24,891 15,339 61.6 1,063 4.3 1,327 5.3 2,627 10.6

Notes

Data on promotions are obtained from the Public Service Commission of Canada and include information from departments and agencies that fall under both the FAA, schedules I and IV, and the Public Service Employment Act.

Percentages are that designated group’s share of all promotions of federal public service employees in that type of employment. (See the definition of “Promotions” under “Terminology” in Appendix 1.)

TABLE 14

Separations from the Public Service of Canada by Designated Group and Region of Work
 

FAA, schedules I and IV Indeterminates, Terms of Three Months or More. and Seasonal Employees—April 1, 2007, to March 31, 2008
Region of Work All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
# # % # % # % # %
Newfoundland and Labrador 235 100 42.6 11 4.7 10 4.3 2 0.9
Prince Edward Island 100 56 56.0 2 2.0 3 3.0 2 2.0
Nova Scotia 677 271 40.0 29 4.3 65 9.6 37 5.5
New Brunswick 392 179 45.7 11 2.8 24 6.1 8 2.0
Quebec (without the NCR*) 1,550 772 49.8 32 2.1 57 3.7 75 4.8
NCR* (Quebec) 1,330 729 54.8 54 4.1 82 6.2 76 5.7
NCR* 4,922 2,650 53.8 146 3.0 333 6.8 349 7.1
Ontario (without the NCR*) 1,752 931 53.1 63 3.6 142 8.1 187 10.7
NCR* (Ontario) 3,592 1,921 53.5 92 2.6 251 7.0 273 7.6
Manitoba 529 285 53.9 78 14.7 43 8.1 30 5.7
Saskatchewan 433 213 49.2 33 7.6 26 6.0 4 0.9
Alberta 891 522 58.6 62 7.0 69 7.7 57 6.4
British Columbia 1,263 631 50.0 64 5.1 80 6.3 116 9.2
Yukon 31 22 71.0 3 9.7 6 19.3 1 3.2
Northwest Territories 56 31 55.4 5 8.9 2 3.6 1 1.8
Nunavut 19 8 42.1 3 15.8 1 5.3 0 0.0
Outside Canada 67 16 23.9 0 0.0 2 3.0 13 19.4
Total 12,917 6,687 51.8 542 4.2 863 6.7 882 6.8

* NCR stands for National Capital Region.

Note

“Separations” refers to employees who have left the federal public service payroll between April 1, 2007 and March 31, 2008. (See the definition of “Separations” under “Terminology” in Appendix 1.)

TABLE 15

Separations from the Public Service of Canada by Designated Group and Occupational Category
 

FAA, schedules I and IV Indeterminates, Terms of Three Months or More, and Seasonal Employees—April 1, 2007, to March 31. 2008
Occupational Category All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
# # % # % # % # %
Executive 409 155 37.9 15 3.7 36 8.8 14 3.4
Scientific and Professional 1,744 735 42.1 61 3.5 56 3.2 199 11.4
Administrative and Foreign Service 5,372 3,096 57.6 211 3.9 441 8.2 336 6.3
Technical 1,351 440 32.6 36 2.7 58 4.3 79 5.8
Administrative Support 2,477 1,964 79.3 132 5.3 190 7.7 190 7.7
Operational 1,564 297 19.0 87 5.6 82 5.2 64 4.1
Total 12,917 6,687 51.8 542 4.2 863 6.7 882 6.8

Note

“Separations” refers to employees who left the federal public service payroll between April 1, 2007, and March 31, 2008.(See the definition of “Separations” under “Terminology” in Appendix 1.)

TABLE 16

Separations from the Public Service of Canada by Designated Group and Type of Employment
 

FAA, schedules I and IV Indeterminates, Terms of Three Months or More, and Seasonal Employees—April 1, 2007, to March 31, 2008
Type of Employment All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
# # % # % # % # %
Indeterminate 9,103 4,613 50.7 391 4.3 728 8.0 586 6.4
Term (three months or more) 3,732 2,051 55.0 144 3.9 129 3.4 294 7.9
Seasonal 82 23 28.0 7 8.5 6 7.3 2 2.4
Total 12,917 6,687 51.8 542 4.2 863 6.7 882 6.8

Note

“Separations” refers to employees who have left the federal public service payroll between April 1, 2007, and March 31, 2008. (See the definition of “Separations” under “Terminology” in Appendix 1.)



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