Total Population, 2006 Census: 14,893
The north end is a balanced neighbourhood in most respects. From age to education or income we see diversity, although one group of people solidly dominate the scene: this is solidly a native Nova Scotian district. 56.8% are non-movers (natives) and a full 28% of the people who moved to District 11 came from within the HRM. Only 11.1% of residents come from outside Nova Scotia. The largest visible minority groups are aboriginal (4.4%, 639 people) or black (7.8%, 1,118 people).
Agewise, 22.1% are over 60 and 25.8% are aged between 20-34.The increased age spread is reflected by 10.2% widowed population and must certainly boost (along with students) the 35.9% who are listed as not being in the labour force. Family life is split here as well, with 31% of married families versus 9.1% divorced and 27.2% are single parent families.
District 11 is a mixed income neighbourhood that ranges from blue collar to middle class. Overall household incomes are $43,092 (average) and $36,018 (median). 11.1% make over 60,000 per year and 11.3% make between $15-$19,999. Overall - just over half - 51.1% make over 20K per year. The largest percentage of workers 30.1% work in sales and service. 10.2% have a trade. 17.7% work in business or finance or administrative work. There is an employment rate of 58.7% and an unemployment rate of 8%.
Education amongst people aged 15-24 is on the way up over the last decade. 51.4% are full time students compared to 38.4% a decade earlier (or, more students have moved further north in the last decade). 30.7% do not have a high school leaving certificate while 20.3% have a university degree. 25.5% have a college certificate or diploma.
Source: Nova Scotia Community Counts website offers statistical profiles by HRM polling district.
Average municipal tax comparison for single family homes
|District||Average Property 2009 (taxable)||Current Tax (2007)||Draft Tax Model (2007)||Change in taxes|
|District 11 (Halifax North End)||172,810||1,342||1,319||-1.70%|
Source: HRM. HRM Note: Amounts exclude Low Income Rebates. Final adjustments are not included to treat mobile homes as multi-unit; and for the 2009 changes in the Transit Tax structure. Not all area rates are included in the "Current Tax".
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Jerry Blumenthal Profile
2,442 votes / 51.15% Upset!
Patrick Murphy Report card and profile
2,241 votes / 47.85%
Voter turnout: 42.32%
2008 School Board elections(District 4 - North end Halifax, Mainland North)
2004 ResultsPatrick Murphy 1745 (35.15%)
Voter Turnout: 45.83%
2000 ResultsJerry Blumenthal(i) 3,744
1995 ResultsJerry Blumenthal(i) 3,856
79.09% voted for Peter Kelly in 2004;
-36.15% Change in 2008 (but a return to 2000 levels).
Only 43.51% voted for him in 2000.
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