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


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APPENDIX 3
Statistical Tables—2006–2007
 

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, 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* 141,253 72,549 51.4 4,639 3.3 6,687 4.7 7,764 5.5
(Revenue Canada excluded)
As at March 31, 1999 178,340 91,856 51.5 5,124 2.9 8,137 4.6 10,557 5.9
(Revenue Canada included)
As at March 31, 1998 179,831 90,801 50.5 4,770 2.7 6,943 3.9 9,260 5.1
As at March 31, 1997 186,378 92,281 49.5 4,551 2.4 6,227 3.3 8,690 4.7
Workforce Availability
2001 Census and PALS
    52.2   2.5   3.6   10.4

* 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, 2007
  Type of Employment
  All Employees Gender Indeterminate Gender Term >= 3 Months Gender Seasonal Gender
  # % % # % % # % % # % %
Federal Public Service
Total 179,540 100.0 100.0 165,706 100.0 100.0 12,952 100.0 100.0 882 100.0 100.0
   Women 96,816 53.9 53.9 88,954 53.7 53.7 7,527 58.1 58.1 335 38.0 38.0
   Men 82,724 46.1 46.1 76,752 46.3 46.3 5,425 41.9 41.9 547 62.0 62.0
Aboriginal Peoples
Total 7,610 4.2 100.0 7,081 4.3 100.0 469 3.6 100.0 60 6.8 100.0
   Women 4,660 4.8 61.2 4,313 4.8 60.9 319 4.2 68.0 28 8.4 46.7
   Men 2,950 3.6 38.8 2,768 3.6 39.1 150 2.8 32.0 32 5.9 53.3
Persons with Disabilities
Total 10,192 5.7 100.0 9,733 5.9 100.0 405 3.1 100.0 54 6.1 100.0
   Women 5,226 5.4 51.3 5,017 5.6 51.5 193 2.6 47.7 16 4.8 29.6
   Men 4,966 6.0 48.7 4,716 6.1 48.5 212 3.9 52.3 38 6.9 70.4
Persons in a Visible Minority Group
Total 15,787 8.8 100.0 14,395 8.7 100.0 1,365 10.5 100.0 27 3.1 100.0
   Women 8,658 8.9 54.8 7,819 8.8 54.3 822 10.9 60.2 17 5.1 63.0
   Men 7,129 8.6 45.2 6,576 8.6 45.7 543 10.0 39.8 10 1.8 37.0

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. 4,660 ÷ 7,610 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. 10.0 percent of men who are term employees are members of a visible minority group, i.e. 543 ÷ 5,425 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, 2007
Occupational Category and Group All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
  # # % # % # % # %
Executive 4,651 1,880 40.4 158 3.4 270 5.8 290 6.2
Scientific and Professional
AC Actuarial Science 6 1 16.7 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 16.7
AG Agriculture 4 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 25.0 0 0.0
AR Architecture and Town Planning 207 58 28.0 3 1.4 6 2.9 26 12.6
AU Auditing 181 63 34.8 1 0.6 5 2.8 28 15.5
BI Biological Sciences 2,018 917 45.4 37 1.8 65 3.2 267 13.2
CH Chemistry 501 224 44.7 3 0.6 10 2.0 127 25.3
DE Dentistry 16 3 18.8 0 0.0 1 6.3 0 0.0
DS Defence Scientific Service 641 118 18.4 1 0.2 10 1.6 78 12.2
ED Education 803 531 66.1 85 10.6 30 3.7 56 7.0
EN Engineering and Land Survey 2,744 438 16.0 39 1.4 93 3.4 428 15.6
ES Economics, Sociology and Statistics 6,851 3,396 49.6 159 2.3 314 4.6 946 13.8
FO Forestry 83 18 21.7 2 2.4 7 8.4 1 1.2
HR Historical Research 134 62 46.3 3 2.2 7 5.2 5 3.7
LA Law 2,813 1,488 52.9 91 3.2 137 4.9 261 9.3
LS Library Science 388 292 75.3 10 2.6 17 4.4 30 7.7
MA Mathematics 317 123 38.8 0 0.0 16 5.0 59 18.6
MD Medicine 275 106 38.5 4 1.5 14 5.1 33 12.0
MT Meteorology 530 117 22.1 3 0.6 15 2.8 47 8.9
ND Nutrition and Dietetics 51 49 96.1 4 7.8 1 2.0 1 2.0
NU Nursing 1,621 1,372 84.6 145 8.9 48 3.0 116 7.2
OP Occupational and Physical Therapy 57 40 70.2 1 1.8 0 0.0 2 3.5
PC Physical Sciences 2,362 975 41.3 54 2.3 84 3.6 247 10.5
PH Pharmacy 35 25 71.4 1 2.9 0 0.0 3 8.6
PS Psychology 356 194 54.5 3 0.8 21 5.9 25 7.0
SE Scientific Research 1,824 339 18.6 9 0.5 52 2.9 327 17.9
SG Scientific Regulation 893 469 52.5 6 0.7 23 2.6 168 18.8
SW Social Work 80 52 65.0 3 3.8 4 5.0 1 1.3
UT University Teaching 257 40 15.6 1 0.4 15 5.8 34 13.2
VM Veterinary Medicine 39 24 61.5 0 0.0 3 7.7 4 10.3
Total 26,087 11,534 44.2 668 2.6 999 3.8 3,321 12.7
Administrative and Foreign Service
AS Administrative Services 23,817 18,155 76.2 1,053 4.4 1,406 5.9 1,514 6.4
CO Commerce 2,951 1,270 43.0 106 3.6 126 4.3 254 8.6
CS Computer Systems Administration 12,232 3,567 29.2 270 2.2 626 5.1 1,498 12.2
FI Financial Administration 3,532 1,916 54.2 105 3.0 143 4.0 538 15.2
FS Foreign Service 1,197 480 40.1 17 1.4 36 3.0 150 12.5
IS Information Services 3,023 2,083 68.9 104 3.4 151 5.0 226 7.5
OM Organization and Methods 138 83 60.1 3 2.2 11 8.0 6 4.3
PE Personnel Administration 3,732 2,843 76.2 180 4.8 340 9.1 386 10.3
PG Purchasing and Supply 2,691 1,458 54.2 94 3.5 167 6.2 218 8.1
PL Leadership Development Programs 187 102 54.5 16 8.6 17 9.1 52 27.8
PM Program Administration 28,394 18,227 64.2 1,562 5.5 1,973 6.9 2,676 9.4
TR Translation 1,065 753 70.7 4 0.4 29 2.7 39 3.7
WP Welfare Program 2,705 1,653 61.1 221 8.2 161 6.0 178 6.6
Total 85,664 52,590 61.4 3,735 4.4 5,186 6.1 7,735 9.0
Technical
AI Air Traffic Control 12 2 16.7 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
AO Aircraft Operations 479 46 9.6 10 2.1 5 1.0 13 2.7
DD Drafting and Illustration 182 77 42.3 6 3.3 11 6.0 13 7.1
EG Engineering and Scientific Support 6,443 1,943 30.2 172 2.7 271 4.2 398 6.2
EL Electronics 1,039 61 5.9 22 2.1 52 5.0 54 5.2
EU Educational Support 29 28 96.6 15 51.7 0 0.0 0 0.0
GT General Technical 2,252 597 26.5 118 5.2 109 4.8 59 2.6
PI Primary Products Inspection 273 63 23.1 10 3.7 22 8.1 20 7.3
PY Photography 12 2 16.7 0 0.0 1 8.3 0 0.0
RO Radio Operations 369 85 23.0 17 4.6 13 3.5 7 1.9
SI Social Science Support 3,578 2,281 63.8 151 4.2 212 5.9 317 8.9
SO Ships' Officers 1,039 69 6.6 24 2.3 28 2.7 13 1.3
TI Technical Inspection 1,447 170 11.7 35 2.4 75 5.2 144 10.0
Total 17,154 5,424 31.6 580 3.4 799 4.7 1,038 6.1
Administrative Support
CM Communications 36 10 27.8 0 0.0 5 13.9 4 11.1
CR Clerical and Regulatory 25,509 20,801 81.5 1,353 5.3 1,996 7.8 2,548 10.0
DA Data Processing 254 125 49.2 6 2.4 14 5.5 20 7.9
OE Office Equipment Operation 8 6 75.0 0 0.0 3 37.5 0 0.0
ST Secretarial, Stenographic, Typing 690 681 98.7 37 5.4 48 7.0 46 6.7
Total 26,497 21,623 81.6 1,396 5.3 2,066 7.8 2,618 9.9
Operational
CX Correctional Services 6,157 1,613 26.2 618 10.0 211 3.4 366 5.9
FR Firefighters 466 13 2.8 15 3.2 12 2.6 7 1.5
GL General Labour and Trades 5,279 270 5.1 179 3.4 294 5.6 100 1.9
GS General Services 3,282 1,280 39.0 132 4.0 197 6.0 149 4.5
HP Heat, Power and Stationary Plant Operation 472 10 2.1 14 3.0 31 6.6 23 4.9
HS Hospital Services 652 394 60.4 47 7.2 25 3.8 76 11.7
LI Lightkeepers 106 11 10.4 4 3.8 1 0.9 0 0.0
PR Printing Operations 39 10 25.6 2 5.1 4 10.3 3 7.7
SC Ships' Crews 1,303 105 8.1 33 2.5 45 3.5 31 2.4
SR Ship Repair 1,731 59 3.4 29 1.7 52 3.0 30 1.7
Total 19,487 3,765 19.3 1,073 5.5 872 4.5 785 4.0
TOTAL FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE 179,540 96,816 53.9 7,610 4.2 10,192 5.7 15,787 8.8

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, 2007
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 69 28 40.6 4 5.8 1 1.4 10 14.5
35-39 301 134 44.5 17 5.6 7 2.3 34 11.3
40-44 611 288 47.1 25 4.1 20 3.3 52 8.5
45-49 1,038 505 48.7 36 3.5 55 5.3 54 5.2
50-54 1,328 544 41.0 44 3.3 81 6.1 50 3.8
55-59 1,014 327 32.2 27 2.7 82 8.1 64 6.3
60-64 264 52 19.7 5 1.9 22 8.3 22 8.3
65-69 22 2 9.1 0 0.0 2 9.1 4 18.2
70+ 3 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
Total 4,651 1,880 40.4 158 3.4 270 5.8 290 6.2
Scientific and Professional
20-24 193 121 62.7 3 1.6 1 0.5 26 13.5
25-29 2,091 1,217 58.2 48 2.3 30 1.4 312 14.9
30-34 3,580 1,955 54.6 110 3.1 79 2.2 477 13.3
35-39 3,761 1,916 50.9 117 3.1 105 2.8 507 13.5
40-44 3,956 1,782 45.0 108 2.7 129 3.3 546 13.8
45-49 4,043 1,733 42.9 100 2.5 182 4.5 481 11.9
50-54 3,881 1,500 38.6 83 2.1 209 5.4 346 8.9
55-59 2,986 957 32.0 69 2.3 167 5.6 312 10.4
60-64 1,181 291 24.6 26 2.2 72 6.1 193 16.3
65-69 327 50 15.3 4 1.2 21 6.4 94 28.7
70+ 88 12 13.6 0 0.0 4 4.5 27 30.7
Total 26,087 11,534 44.2 668 2.6 999 3.8 3,321 12.7
Administrative and Foreign Service
16-19 5 3 60.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 2 40.0
20-24 1,273 793 62.3 45 3.5 14 1.1 132 10.4
25-29 7,080 4,305 60.8 259 3.7 147 2.1 1,032 14.6
30-34 9,807 5,687 58.0 452 4.6 290 3.0 1,353 13.8
35-39 10,721 6,372 59.4 602 5.6 419 3.9 1,240 11.6
40-44 13,256 8,357 63.0 688 5.2 722 5.4 1,225 9.2
45-49 15,739 10,418 66.2 637 4.0 1,094 7.0 1,041 6.6
50-54 16,033 10,177 63.5 632 3.9 1,360 8.5 777 4.8
55-59 8,942 5,051 56.5 337 3.8 851 9.5 603 6.7
60-64 2,366 1,230 52.0 75 3.2 238 10.1 250 10.6
65-69 392 181 46.2 7 1.8 49 12.5 74 18.9
70+ 50 16 32.0 1 2.0 2 4.0 6 12.0
Total 85,664 52,590 61.4 3,735 4.4 5,186 6.1 7,735 9.0
Technical
16-19 11 3 27.3 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
20-24 234 106 45.3 7 3.0 2 0.9 12 5.1
25-29 1,104 569 51.5 39 3.5 27 2.4 103 9.3
30-34 1,534 678 44.2 75 4.9 41 2.7 130 8.5
35-39 1,729 715 41.4 94 5.4 49 2.8 122 7.1
40-44 2,580 872 33.8 95 3.7 95 3.7 157 6.1
45-49 3,461 1,014 29.3 103 3.0 181 5.2 167 4.8
50-54 3,517 895 25.4 95 2.7 220 6.3 136 3.9
55-59 2,113 440 20.8 55 2.6 140 6.6 128 6.1
60-64 696 113 16.2 15 2.2 38 5.5 59 8.5
65-69 155 18 11.6 2 1.3 5 3.2 19 12.3
70+ 20 1 5.0 0 0.0 1 5.0 5 25.0
Total 17,154 5,424 31.6 580 3.4 799 4.7 1,038 6.1
Administrative Support
16-19 21 16 76.2 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
20-24 805 608 75.5 38 4.7 14 1.7 76 9.4
25-29 2,326 1,729 74.3 120 5.2 70 3.0 332 14.3
30-34 2,422 1,884 77.8 143 5.9 92 3.8 311 12.8
35-39 2,801 2,280 81.4 206 7.4 168 6.0 354 12.6
40-44 3,854 3,193 82.8 238 6.2 276 7.2 356 9.2
45-49 4,835 4,126 85.3 255 5.3 419 8.7 363 7.5
50-54 4,898 4,042 82.5 217 4.4 498 10.2 340 6.9
55-59 3,231 2,663 82.4 134 4.1 375 11.6 290 9.0
60-64 1,023 848 82.9 40 3.9 119 11.6 135 13.2
65-69 226 190 84.1 4 1.8 30 13.3 49 21.7
70+ 55 44 80.0 1 1.8 5 9.1 12 21.8
Total 26,497 21,623 81.6 1,396 5.3 2,066 7.8 2,618 9.9
Operational
16-19 14 5 35.7 1 7.1 0 0.0 1 7.1
20-24 405 115 28.4 21 5.2 3 0.7 10 2.5
25-29 1,181 351 29.7 90 7.6 18 1.5 81 6.9
30-34 1,853 498 26.9 147 7.9 50 2.7 100 5.4
35-39 2,143 540 25.2 188 8.8 44 2.1 107 5.0
40-44 2,978 667 22.4 184 6.2 127 4.3 128 4.3
45-49 3,752 639 17.0 174 4.6 182 4.9 109 2.9
50-54 3,788 509 13.4 157 4.1 243 6.4 98 2.6
55-59 2,389 280 11.7 75 3.1 143 6.0 106 4.4
60-64 828 133 16.1 27 3.3 49 5.9 38 4.6
65-69 129 25 19.4 8 6.2 10 7.8 7 5.4
70+ 27 3 11.1 1 3.7 3 11.1 0 0.0
Total 19,487 3,765 19.3 1,073 5.5 872 4.5 785 4.0
Federal Public Service
16-19 51 27 52.9 1 2.0 0 0.0 3 5.9
20-24 2,910 1,743 59.9 114 3.9 34 1.2 256 8.8
25-29 13,783 8,171 59.3 556 4.0 292 2.1 1,860 13.5
30-34 19,265 10,730 55.7 931 4.8 553 2.9 2,381 12.4
35-39 21,456 11,957 55.7 1,224 5.7 792 3.7 2,364 11.0
40-44 27,235 15,159 55.7 1,338 4.9 1,369 5.0 2,464 9.0
45-49 32,868 18,435 56.1 1,305 4.0 2,113 6.4 2,215 6.7
50-54 33,445 17,667 52.8 1,228 3.7 2,611 7.8 1,747 5.2
55-59 20,675 9,718 47.0 697 3.4 1,758 8.5 1,503 7.3
60-64 6,358 2,667 41.9 188 3.0 538 8.5 697 11.0
65-69 1,251 466 37.3 25 2.0 117 9.4 247 19.7
70+ 243 76 31.3 3 1.2 15 6.2 50 20.6
Total 179,540 96,816 53.9 7,610 4.2 10,192 5.7 15,787 8.8

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, 2007
Department or Agency All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
  # # % # % # % # %
National Defence* 22,557 8,830 39.1 556 2.5 1,272 5.6 1,214 5.4
Human Resources and Social Development Canada 21,546 15,250 70.8 875 4.1 1,753 8.1 1,945 9.0
Correctional Service Canada 14,490 6,441 44.5 1,049 7.2 652 4.5 778 5.4
Public Works and Government Services Canada 11,919 6,363 53.4 290 2.4 659 5.5 998 8.4
Canada Border Services Agency 11,777 6,199 52.6 386 3.3 773 6.6 1,326 11.3
Fisheries and Oceans Canada † 9,481 2,950 31.1 348 3.7 467 4.9 369 3.9
Health Canada 8,426 5,563 66.0 595 7.1 409 4.9 1,161 13.8
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada ‡ 6,461 3,057 47.3 183 2.8 272 4.2 502 7.8
Environment Canada 6,232 2,780 44.6 167 2.7 284 4.6 689 11.1
Statistics Canada 5,574 2,872 51.5 117 2.1 342 6.1 651 11.7
Industry Canada 5,323 2,642 49.6 120 2.3 269 5.1 578 10.9
Department of Justice Canada £ 4,810 3,151 65.5 182 3.8 249 5.2 517 10.7
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Civilian Staff) 4,792 3,834 80.0 243 5.1 236 4.9 380 7.9
Transport Canada 4,732 2,013 42.5 120 2.5 202 4.3 448 9.5
Natural Resources Canada 4,349 1,788 41.1 116 2.7 260 6.0 439 10.1
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada 4,083 2,067 50.6 87 2.1 145 3.6 410 10.0
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada 3,963 2,483 62.7 1,252 31.6 241 6.1 261 6.6
Citizenship and Immigration Canada 3,676 2,553 69.5 76 2.1 194 5.3 607 16.5
Veterans Affairs Canada 3,663 2,596 70.9 113 3.1 308 8.4 290 7.9
Canadian Heritage 2,058 1,390 67.5 91 4.4 98 4.8 198 9.6
Passport Canada 1,839 1,284 69.8 36 2.0 59 3.2 285 15.5
Public Health Agency of Canada 1,831 1,235 67.4 65 3.5 86 4.7 220 12.0
Canadian International Development Agency 1,626 1,001 61.6 50 3.1 76 4.7 182 11.2
Library and Archives Canada 1,060 624 58.9 40 3.8 74 7.0 66 6.2
Department of Finance Canada 954 482 50.5 12 1.3 33 3.5 98 10.3
Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat 914 542 59.3 26 2.8 67 7.3 81 8.9
Public Service Commission of Canada 901 603 66.9 34 3.8 67 7.4 103 11.4
Immigration and Refugee Board 820 536 65.4 24 2.9 62 7.6 198 24.1
Public Safety Canada § 748 429 57.4 39 5.2 41 5.5 55 7.4
Privy Council Office 711 409 57.5 25 3.5 34 4.8 64 9.0
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency 704 405 57.5 17 2.4 33 4.7 27 3.8
Canada School of Public Service 655 448 68.4 21 3.2 31 4.7 41 6.3
Canadian Grain Commission 614 218 35.5 29 4.7 40 6.5 52 8.5
Canadian Space Agency 585 226 38.6 4 0.7 15 2.6 76 13.0
Court Administration Services 581 376 64.7 20 3.4 30 5.2 63 10.8
Canada Public Service Agency 542 375 69.2 22 4.1 56 10.3 55 10.1
Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec 414 240 58.0 6 1.4 13 3.1 26 6.3
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission 394 228 57.9 11 2.8 28 7.1 29 7.4
Western Economic Diversification Canada 382 225 58.9 19 5.0 23 6.0 58 15.2
Elections Canada 331 148 44.7 15 4.5 31 9.4 24 7.3
National Parole Board 331 266 80.4 15 4.5 16 4.8 20 6.0
Canada Firearms Centre 313 229 73.2 20 6.4 30 9.6 10 3.2
Canadian Transportation Agency 232 137 59.1 4 1.7 16 6.9 12 5.2
Office of Indian Residential Schools Resolution of Canada 229 148 64.6 34 14.8 20 8.7 23 10.0
Transportation Safety Board of Canada 212 70 33.0 1 0.5 12 5.7 22 10.4
Office of the Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada 178 116 65.2 10 5.6 9 5.1 15 8.4
Canadian Human Rights Commission 170 111 65.3 4 2.4 24 14.1 19 11.2
Infrastructure Canada 160 91 56.9 8 5.0 10 6.3 17 10.6
Office of the Secretary to the Governor General 160 98 61.3 3 1.9 11 6.9 13 8.1
Offices of the Information and Privacy Commissioners 144 98 68.1 3 2.1 15 10.4 10 6.9
Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages 143 99 69.2 7 4.9 12 8.4 5 3.5
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency 138 82 59.4 8 5.8 3 2.2 12 8.7
Canada Industrial Relations Board 91 61 67.0 3 3.3 11 12.1 4 4.4
Status of Women Canada 73 72 98.6 2 2.7 7 9.6 12 16.4
Canadian International Trade Tribunal 70 44 62.9 1 1.4 2 2.9 4 5.7
Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs 61 40 65.6 1 1.6 2 3.3 3 4.9
Canadian Dairy Commission 55 34 61.8 2 3.6 0 0.0 5 9.1
Canadian Forces Grievance Board 40 28 70.0 0 0.0 1 2.5 1 2.5
Patented Medicine Prices Review Board Canada 40 24 60.0 0 0.0 1 2.5 4 10.0
Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission Canada 30 21 70.0 0 0.0 1 3.3 5 16.7
International Joint Commission 28 10 35.7 0 0.0 2 7.1 1 3.6
Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat 22 12 54.5 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
Canadian Human Rights Tribunal 21 14 66.7 0 0.0 1 4.8 0 0.0
Registry of the Competition Tribunal 14 7 50.0 0 0.0 1 7.1 1 7.1
Public Service Staffing Tribunal 12 10 83.3 2 16.7 0 0.0 0 0.0
Military Police Complaints Commission 10 7 70.0 0 0.0 1 10.0 0 0.0
National Farm Products Council 10 6 60.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 2 20.0
Copyright Board Canada 9 5 55.6 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 11.1
NAFTA Secretariat, Canadian Section 9 6 66.7 1 11.1 0 0.0 2 22.2
Canadian Artists and Producers Professional Relations Tribunal 7 6 85.7 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada 7 6 85.7 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
Royal Canadian Mounted Police External Review Committee 3 2 66.7 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0
Total 179,540 96,816 53.9 7,610 4.2 10,192 5.7 15,787 8.8

* 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, 2007
Region of Work All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
# # % # % # % # %
Newfoundland and Labrador 3,121 1,316 42.2 142 4.5 165 5.3 37 1.2
Prince Edward Island 1,821 1,155 63.4 41 2.3 151 8.3 34 1.9
Nova Scotia 9,153 3,802 41.5 285 3.1 596 6.5 470 5.1
New Brunswick 6,029 3,236 53.7 171 2.8 308 5.1 97 1.6
Quebec (without the NCR*) 20,871 10,856 52.0 333 1.6 709 3.4 1,240 5.9
NCR* (Quebec) 20,983 12,330 58.8 989 4.7 1,109 5.3 1,779 8.5
NCR* 75,423 42,828 56.8 2,480 3.3 4,263 5.7 7,066 9.4
Ontario (without the NCR*) 23,297 12,879 55.3 957 4.1 1,656 7.1 2,987 12.8
NCR* (Ontario) 54,440 30,498 56.0 1,491 2.7 3,154 5.8 5,287 9.7
Manitoba 6,898 3,841 55.7 831 12.0 441 6.4 435 6.3
Saskatchewan 4,522 2,450 54.2 579 12.8 252 5.6 160 3.5
Alberta 9,437 5,230 55.4 696 7.4 610 6.5 728 7.7
British Columbia 16,404 8,019 48.9 830 5.1 947 5.8 2,334 14.2
Yukon 303 184 60.7 54 17.8 21 6.9 8 2.6
Northwest Territories 625 371 59.4 138 22.1 31 5.0 23 3.7
Nunavut 181 97 53.6 56 30.9 6 3.3 7 3.9
Outside Canada 1,455 552 37.9 17 1.2 36 2.5 161 11.1
Total 179,540 96,816 53.9 7,610 4.2 10,192 5.7 15,787 8.8

* 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, 2007
Salary Band All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
$ # CUM % # % CUM % # % CUM % # % CUM % # % CUM %
=< 19,99 89 0.0 25 28.1 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 3 3.4 0.0
20,000-4,999 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0
25,000-29,999 15 0.1 13 86.7 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 5 33.3 0.0 4 26.7 0.0
30,000-34,999 1,274 0.8 857 67.3 0.9 66 5.2 0.9 102 8.0 1.0 56 4.4 0.4
35,000-39,999 7,431 4.9 4,720 63.5 5.8 391 5.3 6.0 641 8.6 7.3 626 8.4 4.4
40,000-44,999 21,030 16.6 15,432 73.4 21.7 1,071 5.1 20.1 1,354 6.4 20.6 1,891 9.0 16.3
45,000-49,999 23,101 29.5 15,388 66.6 37.6 1,059 4.6 34.0 1,460 6.3 34.9 2,167 9.4 30.1
50,000-54,999 20,975 41.2 12,696 60.5 50.7 955 4.6 46.5 1,185 5.6 46.6 1,709 8.1 40.9
55,000-59,999 20,989 52.9 10,932 52.1 62.0 1,038 4.9 60.2 1,144 5.5 57.8 1,869 8.9 52.7
60,000-64,999 15,222 61.3 7,410 48.7 69.7 711 4.7 69.5 803 5.3 65.7 1,342 8.8 61.2
65,000-69,999 13,379 68.8 6,022 45.0 75.9 564 4.2 76.9 571 4.3 71.3 1,131 8.5 68.4
70,000-74,999 15,810 77.6 7,019 44.4 83.2 608 3.8 84.9 835 5.3 79.5 1,458 9.2 77.6
75,000-79,999 6,545 81.2 3,264 49.9 86.5 240 3.7 88.1 323 4.9 82.6 693 10.6 82.0
80,000-84,999 7,730 85.5 3,200 41.4 89.8 229 3.0 91.1 385 5.0 86.4 712 9.2 86.5
85,000-89,999 7,553 89.8 3,022 40.0 93.0 173 2.3 93.4 381 5.0 90.2 801 10.6 91.6
90,000-94,999 4,257 92.1 1,829 43.0 94.8 181 4.3 95.7 238 5.6 92.5 266 6.2 93.3
95,000-99,999 5,575 95.2 1,835 32.9 96.7 121 2.2 97.3 286 5.1 95.3 483 8.7 96.4
>= 100,000 8,565 100.0 3,152 36.8 100.0 203 2.4 100.0 479 5.6 100.0 576 6.7 100.0
Total 179,540 100.0 96,816 53.9 100.0 7,610 4.2 100.0 10,192 5.7 100.0 15,787 8.8 100.0

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 37.6 percent of all women (or 36,435) earned less than $50,000 in fiscal year 2006–2007. The figure in the column to the left (66.6 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, 2006, to March 31, 2007
Region of Work All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
# # % # % # % # %
Newfoundland and Labrador 180 103 57.2 5 2.8 10 5.6 1 0.6
Prince Edward Island 128 81 63.3 2 1.6 6 4.7 2 1.6
Nova Scotia 878 366 41.7 18 2.1 24 2.7 37 4.2
New Brunswick 402 227 56.5 7 1.7 11 2.7 8 2.0
Quebec (without the NCR*) 1,654 850 51.4 13 0.8 43 2.6 159 9.6
NCR* (Quebec) 1,775 997 56.2 57 3.2 33 1.9 161 9.1
NCR* 6,796 3,946 58.1 154 2.3 184 2.7 644 9.5
Ontario (without the NCR*) 1,905 1,049 55.1 64 3.4 64 3.4 186 9.8
NCR* (Ontario) 5,021 2,949 58.7 97 1.9 151 3.0 483 9.6
Manitoba 686 384 56.0 62 9.0 20 2.9 33 4.8
Saskatchewan 517 279 54.0 46 8.9 11 2.1 7 1.4
Alberta 1,013 605 59.7 55 5.4 34 3.4 78 7.7
British Columbia 1,372 744 54.2 65 4.7 33 2.4 195 14.2
Yukon 37 25 67.6 4 10.8 0 0.0 0 0.0
Northwest Territories 112 79 70.5 21 18.8 1 0.9 4 3.6
Nunavut 35 15 42.9 5 14.3 1 2.9 0 0.0
Outside Canada 18 3 16.7 0 0.0 0 0.0 8 44.4
Total 15,733 8,756 55.7 521 3.3 442 2.8 1,362 8.7

* NCR stands for National Capital Region.

Notes

“Hirings” refers to employees who were added to the federal public service payroll between April 1, 2006, and March 31, 2007.

(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, 2006, to March 31, 2007
Occupational Category All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
# # % # % # % # %
Executive 88 29 33.0 3 3.4 4 4.5 8 9.1
Scientific and Professional 2,363 1,214 51.4 59 2.5 40 1.7 267 11.3
Administrative and Foreign Service 5,085 2,879 56.6 163 3.2 153 3.0 473 9.3
Technical 1,318 538 40.8 34 2.6 27 2.0 87 6.6
Administrative Support 4,511 3,464 76.8 169 3.7 161 3.6 439 9.7
Operational 2,368 632 26.7 93 3.9 57 2.4 88 3.7
Total 15,733 8,756 55.7 521 3.3 442 2.8 1,362 8.7

Notes

“Hirings” refers to employees who were added to the federal public service payroll between April 1, 2006, and March 31, 2007. (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, 2006, to March 31, 2007
Type of Employment All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
# # % # % # % # %
Indeterminate 7,411 3,927 53.0 240 3.2 189 2.6 630 8.5
Term (three months or more) 8,103 4,740 58.5 275 3.4 249 3.1 729 9.0
Seasonal 219 89 40.6 6 2.7 4 1.8 3 1.4
Total 15,733 8,756 55.7 521 3.3 442 2.8 1,362 8.7

Notes

“Hirings” refers to employees who were added to the federal public service payroll between April 1, 2006, and March 31, 2007. (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, 2006, to March 31, 2007
Region of Work All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
  # # % # % # % # %
Newfoundland and Labrador 207 102 49.3 14 6.8 7 3.4 4 1.9
Prince Edward Island 206 154 74.8 7 3.4 19 9.2 5 2.4
Nova Scotia 751 323 43.0 29 3.9 51 6.8 44 5.9
New Brunswick 436 290 66.5 14 3.2 21 4.8 8 1.8
Quebec (without the NCR*) 1,525 857 56.2 29 1.9 49 3.2 129 8.5
NCR* (Quebec) 2,799 1,825 65.2 136 4.9 107 3.8 291 10.4
NCR* 10,058 6,467 64.3 360 3.6 476 4.7 1,072 10.7
Ontario (without the NCR*) 1,988 1,269 63.8 71 3.6 129 6.5 275 13.8
NCR* (Ontario) 7,259 4,642 63.9 224 3.1 369 5.1 781 10.8
Manitoba 614 369 60.1 69 11.2 32 5.2 49 8.0
Saskatchewan 371 214 57.7 40 10.8 19 5.1 18 4.9
Alberta 974 619 63.6 71 7.3 58 6.0 97 10.0
British Columbia 1,504 792 52.7 77 5.1 68 4.5 259 17.2
Yukon 36 24 66.7 5 13.9 1 2.8 2 5.6
Northwest Territories 73 45 61.6 16 21.9 8 11.0 2 2.7
Nunavut 24 17 70.8 10 41.7 2 8.3 2 8.3
Outside Canada 242 94 38.8 5 2.1 4 1.7 23 9.5
Total 19,009 11,636 61.2 817 4.3 944 5.0 1,989 10.5

* 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, 2006, to March 31, 2007
Occupational Category All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
  # # % # % # % # %
Executive 856 410 47.9 25 2.9 41 4.8 68 7.9
Scientific and Professional 2,966 1,517 51.1 85 2.9 83 2.8 442 14.9
Administrative and Foreign Service 10,593 7,316 69.1 507 4.8 581 5.5 1,087 10.3
Technical 1,499 635 42.4 63 4.2 71 4.7 128 8.5
Administrative Support 1,897 1,553 81.9 83 4.4 118 6.2 214 11.3
Operational 1,198 205 17.1 54 4.5 50 4.2 50 4.2
Total 19,009 11,636 61.2 817 4.3 944 5.0 1,989 10.5

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, 2006, to March 31, 2007
Type of Employment All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
  # # % # % # % # %
Indeterminate 18,070 11,113 61.5 773 4.3 913 5.1 1,898 10.5
Term (three months or more) 871 497 57.1 40 4.6 29 3.3 90 10.3
Seasonal 68 26 38.2 4 5.9 2 2.9 1 1.5
Total 19,009 11,636 61.2 817 4.3 944 5.0 1,989 10.5

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, 2006, to March 31, 2007
Region of Work All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
# # % # % # % # %
Newfoundland and Labrador 205 76 37.1 8 3.9 14 6.8 2 1.0
Prince Edward Island 99 49 49.5 0 0.0 14 14.1 0 0.0
Nova Scotia 640 278 43.4 23 3.6 55 8.6 27 4.2
New Brunswick 428 225 52.6 15 3.5 25 5.8 3 0.7
Quebec (without the NCR*) 1,772 874 49.3 22 1.2 65 3.7 82 4.6
NCR* (Quebec) 1,526 796 52.2 36 2.4 104 6.8 94 6.2
NCR* 4,726 2,525 53.4 106 2.2 336 7.1 300 6.3
Ontario (without the NCR*) 2,587 1,560 60.3 89 3.4 227 8.8 268 10.4
NCR* (Ontario) 3,200 1,729 54.0 70 2.2 232 7.3 206 6.4
Manitoba 563 315 56.0 70 12.4 28 5.0 30 5.3
Saskatchewan 400 192 48.0 45 11.3 31 7.8 15 3.8
Alberta 967 554 57.3 81 8.4 67 6.9 91 9.4
British Columbia 1,226 638 52.0 61 5.0 93 7.6 154 12.6
Yukon 17 12 70.6 2 11.8 1 5.9 0 0.0
Northwest Territories 63 37 58.7 11 17.5 3 4.8 0 0.0
Nunavut 23 15 65.2 8 34.8 0 0.0 1 4.3
Outside Canada 69 9 13.0 0 0.0 2 2.9 12 17.4
Total 13,785 7,359 53.4 541 3.9 961 7.0 985 7.1

* NCR stands for National Capital Region.

Note

“Separations” refers to employees who have left the federal public service payroll between April 1, 2006, and March 31, 2007. (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, 2006, to March 31, 2007
Occupational Category All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
  # # % # % # % # %
Executive 402 129 32.1 8 2.0 23 5.7 8 2.0
Scientific and Professional 1,595 709 44.5 60 3.8 63 3.9 168 10.5
Administrative and Foreign Service 5,760 3,368 58.5 203 3.5 492 8.5 376 6.5
Technical 1,254 420 33.5 34 2.7 70 5.6 68 5.4
Administrative Support 3,203 2,477 77.3 148 4.6 225 7.0 318 9.9
Operational 1,571 256 16.3 88 5.6 88 5.6 47 3.0
Total 13,785 7,359 53.4 541 3.9 961 7.0 985 7.1

Note

“Separations” refers to employees who left the federal public service payroll between April 1, 2006, and March 31, 2007. (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, 2006, to March 31, 2007
Type of Employment All Employees Women Aboriginal Peoples Persons with Disabilities Persons in a Visible Minority Group
  # # % # % # % # %
Indeterminate 9,133 4,720 51.7 344 3.8 796 8.7 566 6.2
Term (three months or more) 4,566 2,606 57.1 193 4.2 164 3.6 418 9.2
Seasonal 86 33 38.4 4 4.7 1 1.2 1 1.2
Total 13,785 7,359 53.4 541 3.9 961 7.0 985 7.1

Note

“Separations” refers to employees who have left the federal public service payroll between April 1, 2006 and March 31, 2007. (See the definition of “Separations” under “Terminology” in Appendix 1.)



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