3 edition of Population projections for Canada, provinces and territories 1989-2011 found in the catalog.
Population projections for Canada, provinces and territories 1989-2011
Written in English
|Contributions||Canada. Statistics Canada. Demography Division. Population Projections Section.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 192 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||192|
This is because Alberta’s population growth rate of % every five years is more than twice as fast as in British Columbia (%). The most populous territory in Canada is the Northwest Territories, with a population of 41, people (% of Canada’s population). Driven largely by international migration, Canada’s population has passed the 37 million mark. In its Quarterly Demographics Estimates report, which was released Thursday, Statistics Canada.
Canada - population projection by age group and Canada - median age of resident population, by province Canada - resident population, by gender and age group The population of Ghardaïa Province is , Western Canada provinces the largest population. The population is more that the Prairie provinces.
Based on the most recent data, Canada is the 38th largest country in the world by population. The estimated population comes from Statistics Canada. They estimate the population by extrapolating the results of the census. A more recent census was carried out in , which reported that the population of Canada , Population for Canada from Statistics Canada for the Quarterly Demographic Estimates (CANSIM) release. Quarterly estimates of total population and migration for Canada, provinces and territories. Quarterly from Methodology small precocity errors support the use of short-term projections for preliminary estimates.
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The starting point for this edition of Population Projections for Canada, Provinces and Territories is the July 1, population estimates. The projections cover a year period (up to ) for the provinces and territories, and a year period (up to ) for Canada as a whole.
This report is divided into four sections. Get this from a library. Population projections for Canada, provinces and territories, [J Perreault; Statistics Canada. Population Projections Section.].
Canada is divided into ten provinces and three majority of Canada's population is concentrated in the areas close to the Canada–US four largest provinces by area (Quebec, Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta) are also (with Quebec and Ontario switched in order) its most populous; together they account for 86% of the country's population.
Get this from a library. Projections of households and families for Canada, provinces and territories, [Daniel Larrivée; Statistics Canada. Population Projections Section.]. Canada's population clock (real-time model) This population clock models, in real time, changes to the size of the Canadian population and the provinces and territories.
Consult "Differences between Statistics Canada's census counts and population. The publication Population Projections for Canada, Provinces and Territories, to (X, free), is now available from the Key resource module of our website under Publications. The majority of Canada's population is concentrated in the areas close to the Canada–US four largest provinces by area (Quebec, Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta) are also (with Quebec and Ontario, switched in order) its most populous; together they account for 86% of the country's territories (the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon) account for over a.
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Canada’s population is aging. In% of the population was o this increased to % in and is expected to rise to % by Sources: Annual Demographic Estimates: Canada, Provinces and Territories; and, Canada, Population Projections for Canada, Provinces and Territories, Statistics Canada.
Provinces and Territories. The population of the Canadian provinces and territories according to official estimates. Name Status Population Estimate Population Estimate Population Estimate Population Source: Statistics Canada (web). Explanation. Alberta is the fourth most populous province with a population of about million as of up from million in It is also the most populous of the prairie provinces of Canada.
Approximately 81% of the population lives in urban settlements, while 19% are in rural environments. Population Density. A population projection is a forecast of future population growth. BC Stats applies the Component/Cohort-Survival method to project the population.
This method "grows" the population from the latest base year estimate by forecasting births, deaths and migration by age. These forecasts are based on past trends modified to account for possible.
Statistics Canada conducts a country-wide census that collects demographic data every five years on the first and sixth year of each decade. The Canadian Census enumerated a total population of 35, an increase of around percent over the figure.
Between and MayCanada's population grew by million people, with immigrants accounting for two-thirds of the. Canada’s population could nearly double by the yearwith much of that growth the result of continued immigration, said Statistics Canada in a new report released report looked at population projection for the country, and how those projections might evolve in the near future, as well as the current situation.
Immigration and Diversity: Population Projections for Canada and its Regions, to Projects possible population numbers by visible minority group, foreign-born status, religion, and other factors, for Canada as a whole, each province, and several metropolitan areas, including Vancouver and Abbotsford/Mission.
Population Projections for Canada ( to ), Provinces and Territories ( to ) (Statistics Canada) Detailed results by age and sex for all Canadian provinces and territories based on the latest population estimates and demographic trends.
Canadian Provinces and Territories by Indigenous Population. Canada has a population of about million, of which million are considered aboriginal Canadians representing % of the population.
Ontario has a population ofindigenous Canadians representing % of Ontario’s population. Statistics Canada ("Statcan") is the national government agency responsible for collecting and publishing socio-economic statistics in Canada.
Census. Statistics Canada conducts the national population Census every 5 years.; The most recent Census was in See the Census tab on this guide for more info.; Other statistics. In addition to the Census, Statcan also gathers data from many. Canada ranks 38th by population, comprising about % of the world's total, with over 37 million Canadians as of Being, however, the fourth-largest country by land area (second-largest by total area), the vast majority of the country is sparsely inhabited, with most of its population south of the 55th parallel north and more than half of Canadians live in just two provinces: Ontario and.
Population projections for Canada, provinces and territories, to (Statistics Canada Cat. 91–52). Ottawa: Statistics Canada. Ottawa: Statistics Canada. Google Scholar. Finally, the provinces and territories are included, starting from the first census following their entry into Confederation.
Sources: Statistics Canada, Census of Population, to Statistics Canada, Population Projections for Canada ( to ), Provinces and Territories ( to ), X, for the data from to Yukon (/ ˈ juː k ɒ n / (); French: ; also commonly called the Yukon) is the smallest and westernmost of Canada's three also is the least populated province or territory in Canada, with a population of 35, people as of the Census.
Whitehorse, the territorial capital and Yukon's only city, is the largest settlement in any of the three territories.Downloadable! This report makes available projections of the population and labour force of each of the provinces and territories of Canada.
The projections extend toand are based on information that is up-to-date at the time of release. The report provides an indication of the capabilities of the MEDS software on which the projections are based.