Table 477-0123 1
Number and salaries of full-time teaching staff at canadian universities
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Number and salaries of full-time teaching staff at canadian universities, occasional (number)
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Memorial University of Newfoundland - Including medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 1,035
Male 627
Female 408
Memorial University of Newfoundland - Excluding medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 756
Male 468
Female 285
University of Prince Edward Island All ranks combined (including deans) 231
Male 141
Female 87
Acadia University All ranks combined (including deans) 174
Male 117
Female 57
Cape Breton University All ranks combined (including deans) 150
Male 78
Female 69
Dalhousie University - Including medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 981
Male 594
Female 390
Dalhousie University - Excluding medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 678
Male 411
Female 270
Mount Saint Vincent University All ranks combined (including deans) 126
Male 45
Female 81
St. Francis Xavier University All ranks combined (including deans) 228
Male 120
Female 108
Saint Mary's University All ranks combined (including deans) 252
Male 156
Female 99
Mount Allison University All ranks combined (including deans) 132
Male 75
Female 60
University of New Brunswick All ranks combined (including deans) 558
Male 330
Female 228
Université de Moncton - Campus de Moncton All ranks combined (including deans) 276
Male 168
Female 105
St. Thomas University All ranks combined (including deans) 102
Male 57
Female 45
McGill University - Including medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 1,836
Male 1,209
Female 627
McGill University - Excluding medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 1,266
Male 807
Female 459
Concordia University All ranks combined (including deans) 960
Male 606
Female 354
Université du Québec à Chicoutimi All ranks combined (including deans) 237
Male 144
Female 96
Université du Québec à Montréal All ranks combined (including deans) 1,101
Male 600
Female 498
Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue All ranks combined (including deans) 114
Male 63
Female 51
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières All ranks combined (including deans) 435
Male 243
Female 192
Université du Québec en Outaouais All ranks combined (including deans) 243
Male 114
Female 129
Université du Québec, Institut national de la recherche scientifique All ranks combined (including deans) 150
Male 114
Female 36
Université du Québec à Rimouski All ranks combined (including deans) 195
Male 111
Female 84
Université du Québec, École de technologie supérieure All ranks combined (including deans) 201
Male 168
Female 33
Brock University All ranks combined (including deans) 582
Male 315
Female 264
Lakehead University All ranks combined (including deans) 324
Male 210
Female 114
Laurentian University All ranks combined (including deans) 372
Male 225
Female 147
McMaster University - Including medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 894
Male 561
Female 333
McMaster University - Excluding medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 687
Male 468
Female 219
Nipissing University All ranks combined (including deans) 165
Male 96
Female 72
University of Ottawa - Including medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 1,272
Male 762
Female 510
University of Ottawa - Excluding medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 1,146
Male 672
Female 474
Queen's University - Including medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 759
Male 486
Female 273
Queen's University - Excluding medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 675
Male 423
Female 252
Ryerson University All ranks combined (including deans) 1,047
Male 567
Female 480
Trent University All ranks combined (including deans) 201
Male 114
Female 84
University of Waterloo All ranks combined (including deans) 1,209
Male 858
Female 351
Wilfrid Laurier University All ranks combined (including deans) 546
Male 312
Female 234
York University All ranks combined (including deans) 1,392
Male 762
Female 630
University of Ontario Institute of Technology All ranks combined (including deans) 270
Male 165
Female 105
University of Manitoba - Including medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 1,134
Male 714
Female 423
University of Manitoba - Excluding medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 822
Male 519
Female 300
University of Winnipeg All ranks combined (including deans) 330
Male 189
Female 144
University of Regina All ranks combined (including deans) 477
Male 267
Female 210
University of Saskatchewan - Including medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 1,008
Male 645
Female 363
University of Saskatchewan - Excluding medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 828
Male 528
Female 297
University of Calgary - Including medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 1,788
Male 1,107
Female 678
University of Calgary - Excluding medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 1,221
Male 720
Female 501
University of Lethbridge All ranks combined (including deans) 447
Male 267
Female 180
Grant MacEwan University All ranks combined (including deans) 384
Male 174
Female 213
Mount Royal University All ranks combined (including deans) 342
Male 165
Female 180
University of British Columbia - Including medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 2,781
Male 1,740
Female 1,041
University of British Columbia - Excluding medical dental All ranks combined (including deans) 2,106
Male 1,296
Female 810
University of Northern British Columbia All ranks combined (including deans) 183
Male 111
Female 72
Simon Fraser University All ranks combined (including deans) 1,011
Male 645
Female 363
University of Victoria All ranks combined (including deans) 756
Male 432
Female 321
Thompson Rivers University All ranks combined (including deans) 318
Male 168
Female 150
Capilano University All ranks combined (including deans) 147
Male 69
Female 81
Kwantlen Polytechnic University All ranks combined (including deans) 393
Male 192
Female 201
University of the Fraser Valley All ranks combined (including deans) 255
Male 117
Female 138

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All counts with 3 or less observation are suppressed.
Includes institutions that have greater than 100 staff. Although data are collected for institutions that have less than 100 staff, they are not included in this table for reasons of confidentiality. Only includes institutions that have reported by the cut-off date.
Rank below assistant professor includes lecturers, instructors and other teaching staff.
Other teaching staff include staff that do not fit in the above categories.

Source:  Statistics Canada. Table  477-0123 -  Number and salaries of full-time teaching staff at canadian universities, occasional (number unless otherwise noted),  CANSIM (database). (accessed: )
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