Percentage of small and medium-sized enterprises that are majority-owned by Indigenous people, youth, visible minorities and persons with disabilities in western Canada
Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises – Small enterprises are defined as having 1-99 employees. Medium sized enterprises have 100-499 employees. So small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are all firms with less than 500 employees.
Majority-owned / Majority ownership – Majority ownership for each of the designated groups is based on the following parameters: between 51 and 100 percent owned by one or more females; Indigenous persons; youth; visible minorities; people with disabilities. 50:50 ownership, which in the instance of male and female, may include married couples, would not be included in these totals.
- Publisher - Current Organization Name: Western Economic Diversification Canada
- Contributor: Statistics Canada
- Licence: Open Government Licence - Canada
Geographic Region Name:
- British Columbia