The North Shore, Ontario Population Data & Statistics

This is the population and demographic data and statistics for The North Shore, a town in Canada with a land area of 230.17 km2 and has a population density of 2.30 people per km2.

The data includes average age, age distribution, marital status, individual and household income, spoken languages, employment and unemployment rates, occupations, religion, and various other characteristics.

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Population Characteristics

Based on the latest census, it is estimated the total population in The North Shore is around 531 people.

On the table below, we can see that the total population of The North Shore in 2021 census have increased 6.84% compared to the 2016 census.

Population in 2016Population in 2021Difference
497531 +6.84%

Population By Genders

Of the 531 total population in The North Shore, the largest gender is male with around 280 women within the population.

280250 +10.71%

Population by Age Characteristics

Of the 497 population in The North Shore, majority of them are in the age of 65 to 69 years years old, with 14.30% of them are male and 14.00% female. While the median age of the whole population is 60.40.

0 to 4 years10 3.60%5 2.00% 50.00%10 1.90%
5 to 9 years10 3.60%5 2.00% 50.00%15 2.80%
10 to 14 years10 3.60%5 2.00% 50.00%15 2.80%
15 to 19 years10 3.60%10 4.00% 0.00%20 3.70%
20 to 24 years5 1.80%0 0.00% 100.00%5 0.90%
25 to 29 years5 1.80%15 6.00% 66.67%20 3.70%
30 to 34 years5 1.80%10 4.00% 50.00%20 3.70%
35 to 39 years10 3.60%5 2.00% 50.00%15 2.80%
40 to 44 years10 3.60%0 0.00% 100.00%15 2.80%
45 to 49 years10 3.60%20 8.00% 50.00%30 5.60%
50 to 54 years15 5.40%15 6.00% 0.00%30 5.60%
55 to 59 years35 12.50%35 14.00% 0.00%70 13.10%
60 to 64 years25 8.90%35 14.00% 28.57%65 12.10%
65 to 69 years40 14.30%35 14.00% 12.50%75 14.00%
70 to 74 years35 12.50%20 8.00% 42.86%60 11.20%
75 to 79 years20 7.10%20 8.00% 0.00%40 7.50%
80 to 84 years15 5.40%10 4.00% 33.33%25 4.70%
85 years and over5 1.80%5 2.00% 0.00%15 2.80%
85 to 89 years5 1.80%0 0.00% 100.00%10 1.90%
90 to 94 years0 0.00%0 0.00% 0.00%0 0.00%
95 to 99 years0 0.00%0 0.00% 0.00%0 0.00%
100 years and over0 0.00%0 0.00% 0.00%0 0.00%

Broader Age Groups

If we look at the population data from the broader age groups, we can see that most people in The North Shore are within the 15 to 64 years age group.

0 to 14 years10.70%6.00%8.40%
15 to 64 years48.20%58.00%52.30%
65 years and over41.10%36.00%39.30%
Average age of the population54.40%55.40%54.90%
Median age of the population60.80%60.00%60.40%

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Population of The North Shore by Ethnicity and Origin

In The North Shore, the population data reflects a diverse range of ethnicities, contributing to the vibrant cultural landscape. The North Shore embraces various ethnic groups, each adding to its dynamic societal fabric.

The population statistics underscore the importance of this multicultural diversity, emphasizing The North Shore's dedication to inclusivity and the appreciation of distinct contributions that each ethnicity brings to the shared narrative of the area.

Here are the top 10 ethnicities in The North Shore.

Ethnicity and OriginMaleFemalePercentage in Population
French Canadian5.88%3.92%5.08%
British Isles0.00%5.88%4.24%

Household and Dwelling Characteristics

Of the population in The North Shore, which totals 497, the majority, consisting of 235 people live in a single-detached house. Additionally, the majority of them are living in households with a size of 2 persons.

Household Size

Number of Person(s) in HouseholdTotalPercentage
1 person7014.00%
2 persons13026.00%
3 persons306.00%
4 persons153.00%
5 or more persons102.00%

Income in The North Shore

The population data in a region can offer valuable insights when analyzed in relation to income levels. By examining the income distribution within The North Shore, we can gain a deeper understanding of the socioeconomic dynamics at play.

Per Capita Income

The median individual income in The North Shore is $36,400 (according to the 2020 data).

Per capita income data in a region provides a comprehensive snapshot of the average income earned by each individual residing within that area. By dividing the total income generated in the region by its population, per capita income quantifies the economic well-being of the population on an individual basis.

This data not only reflects the region's overall economic performance but also offers insights into income distribution, quality of life, and potential disparities.

Household Income

The median household income in The North Shore is $69,000 (according to the 2020 data).

Household income data in a The North Shore provides crucial insights into the economic landscape and living standards of its residents. By analyzing this data, policymakers, researchers, and businesses in Canada gain a comprehensive understanding of income distribution, socioeconomic disparities, and trends within The North Shore.

Education Levels in The North Shore

This data captures the distribution of individuals across various educational milestones, such as high school diplomas, college degrees, and beyond.

This information is pivotal in shaping educational policies, workforce development strategies, and initiatives aimed at enhancing access to quality education and promoting lifelong learning opportunities within The North Shore.

Only using 25% sample data.
Bachelor's degree or higher1550657.95%
High (secondary) school diploma or equivalency certificate10014023528.70%
No certificate, diploma or degree1257020523.60%
Postsecondary certificate, diploma or degree21519040549.00%

Employment in The North Shore

This comprehensive dataset offers a detailed snapshot of The North Shore's employment trends, encompassing various sectors, industries, and job categories.

From the table below, we can see that unemployment rate is only at 3.70% which is pretty low acccording to experts.

Only using 25% sample data.
Employment rate37.04%
Unemployment rate3.70%

Working as an Employee

This table provides the data on how many people in The North Shore working as an employee. Most of them (68.20%) are working permanent position as an employee.


On the other hand, this table provides the data on how many people in The North Shore working self-employed.

Only using 25% sample data.

Employment Industry Sectors

The industry employment sectors census data provides valuable insights into the diverse economic landscape of a specific region in The North Shore. By categorizing and quantifying the distribution of employment across various sectors such as manufacturing, healthcare, technology, education, and more, this data illuminates the region's economic composition.

As we can see from the table below, most of the people (16%) in The North Shore are working in the retail trade sector.

Only using 25% sample data.
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting000%
Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction005%
Wholesale trade000%
Retail trade03016%
Transportation and warehousing151011%
Information and cultural industries000%
Finance and insurance000%
Real estate and rental and leasing000%
Professional, scientific and technical services000%
Management of companies and enterprises000%
Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services000%
Educational services0105%
Health care and social assistance02011%
Arts, entertainment and recreation000%
Accommodation and food services0107%
Other services (except public administration)1005%
Public administration10159%

Places of Work

data provides valuable insights into commuting patterns and workplace distribution within The North Shore. This data offers a comprehensive view of where individuals are employed, shedding light on the geographic distribution of workplaces and the flow of workers across various areas.

Only using 25% sample data.
Work LocationMenWomenTotalPercentage
Worked at home20153517.10%
Worked outside Canada0000.00%
No fixed workplace address20153517.10%
Usual place of work557513063.40%


This data reveals crucial information about how residents in The North Shore travel to work or school, highlighting the prevalence of various modes of transportation such as carpooling, public transit, cycling, and walking.

This data aids in the formulation of targeted transportation policies and the development of efficient transit systems, ultimately contributing to sustainable urban planning and enhancing the overall quality of life for residents in the region.

Commuting Duration

The commuting duration captures the average time individuals spend traveling to their workplaces, shedding light on the efficiency of public transit systems, road networks, and the overall accessibility of the region.

Only using 25% sample data.
Less than 15 minutes42.40%
15 to 29 minutes27.30%
30 to 44 minutes18.20%
45 to 59 minutes6.10%
60 minutes and over0.00%

Marital Status

Delving into the marital status statistics within The North Shore offers a multifaceted lens onto societal dynamics. This intricate data repository encapsulates the diverse array of marital bonds within the locale.

Long-term commitments, such as marriages, civil unions, and common-law partnerships, coalesce into a mosaic that mirrors the region's social fabric. By examining trends in marital status, we can discern evolving norms and preferences around The North Shore area, gauging the ebb and flow between tradition and modernity.

Married or living common-law
Married or living common-law

Language Spoken

This gathered data offers a panoramic view of linguistic diversity, showcasing bilingual harmonies and solo language elegances. Beyond mere language, this data narrates the symphony of Canada's cultural landscape.

In The North Shore, the most used official language is English. Around 455 people in the area speak English.

English and French0
Neither English nor French0


This gathered data offers a panoramic view of linguistic diversity, showcasing bilingual harmonies and solo language elegances. Beyond mere language, this data narrates the symphony of Canada's cultural landscape.

The most common religion in The North Shore is Christian. Around 410 people in The North Shore are Christian (205 males and 205 females).