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Interim household and family projections for Canada, provinces and territories to 2006

Statistics Canada. Demography Division.

Interim household and family projections for Canada, provinces and territories to 2006

by Statistics Canada. Demography Division.

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Other titlesProjections provisoires des ménages et des familles pour le Canada, les provinces et territoires jusqu"à 2006
SeriesStatistics Canada. Catalogue -- 91-522
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Open LibraryOL21673638M

Household formation: The number of new households that will be formed over the long term. Based on projections of population by age cohort and age-specific headship rates, household formation is the underlying driver of long-term demand for new housing and thus new home construction. Statistics Canada Releases Population Projections for Canada, Provinces and Territories for – On , Statistics Canada released population projections for Canada, the Provinces and Territories for to The release includes 10 growth scenarios: short term, low growth, 4 mediumFile Size: 81KB.

(Last Updated On: Febru ) Memorize the Canadian Provinces and Territories. O Canada what are your provinces again? According to the results of our US States quiz and our Canadian Provinces quiz, a solid proportion of people are able to name all 50 US states but NOT the 13 provinces and territories of fact, the lowest-guessed US state has a solid 10%+ lead on the guess. These tables give housing professionals, researchers and stakeholders an in-depth look at the key characteristics of households across Canada. This includes data and analysis on home equity, household incomes, housing types and tenure, household demographics and core housing need.

This article lists Canadian provinces and territories by gross domestic product (GDP).. While Canada’s ten provinces and three territories exhibit high per capita GDPs, there is wide variation among them. Ontario, the country's most populous province, is a manufacturing and trade locus with extensive linkages to the northeastern and midwestern United States.   Canadian Median Household Income – For Census Family Only. Below is the latest release from Statistics Canada, as of June Census family includes couple families, with or without children, and lone-parent families.; This summary table excludes unattached individuals, lone seniors, as well as individuals who may live with their married children or with their children who have children of.


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Interim household and family projections for Canada, provinces and territories to 2006 by Statistics Canada. Demography Division. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Interim household and family projections for Canada, provinces, and territories to = Projections provisoires des ménages et des familles pour le Canada, les provinces et territoires jusqu'à [M V George; Statistics Canada.

Population Projections Section.;]. The Canadian Census was a detailed enumeration of the Canadian population. Census day was The following census was the 's total population enumerated by the censusThis count was lower than the official July 1, population estimate of 32, y: Canada.

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.

Census: Family portrait: Continuity and change in Canadian families and households in Provinces and territories. Most of the national-level family and household trends revealed by the Census were also evident at the provincial/territorial level.

For example, married-couple families remained the most common census family. The provinces and territories of Canada are sub-national divisions within the geographical areas of Canada under the jurisdiction of the Canadian the Canadian Confederation, three provinces of British North America—New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the Province of Canada (which upon Confederation was divided into Ontario and Quebec)—were united to form a federated colony Category: Federated state.

Add tags for "Household and population projections for Canadian provinces and territories, ". Be the first. Growth in the number of households in Canada from to Data available for Canada, the provinces and territories, and selected Census Metropolitan Areas (CMAs).

These tables provide a snapshot of household growth at the local, provincial, territorial and national levels. The immigration effect, largely based upon assumptions that the current rate of about percent of the population would continue (for the detailed paper on their immigration expert consultations and analysis, see Population Projections for Canada, Provinces and Territories: Technical Report on Methodology and Assumptions, to ).

Today, Statistics Canada looks to the future with the. Census: Family portrait: Continuity and change in Canadian families and households in Provinces and territories Quebec: More than one-third of couples live common-law.

The prevalence of common-law unions in Quebec is one of the defining family patterns in this province, and this trend has continued between and   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.

Interim household and family projections for Canada, provinces and territories to [Projections provisoires des menages et des familles pour le Canada, les provinces et territoires jusqu'a ] Jan 67 pp.

Ottawa, Canada. In Eng; Fre. This report contains revised household and family projections for Canada and its provinces and. Canada, a country and sovereign state in the northern part of North America, is made up of thirteen administrative divisions: ten provinces and three different levels of government in Canada are based on the principles of a federation: those of each of the provinces and territories share power with the federal territories' governments have a more limited set of Historical: Former colonies and territories in Canada.

See population data for Canada's Provinces and Territories from through Data is in the thousands. Nova Scotia New. To this end, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (AANDC) has recently developed a series of Aboriginal population, household and family projections.

This booklet summarizes the major findings of these projections. These projections are specific to four Aboriginal groups as identified on the Census of Population: Registered Indians, Métis, Non-Status Indian and Inuit and span twenty-five.

There are 10 Canadian provinces, with three territories to the north. The provinces are, in alphabetical order: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, and Saskatchewan. The three territories are Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and : Jane Mclean.

The provinces and territories of Canada are the sub-national governments within the geographical areas of Canada under the authority of the Canadian Constitution.

In the Canadian Confederation, three provinces of British North America—New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and the Province of Canada (which, upon Confederation, was divided into Ontario and Quebec)—were united to form a federated. Alberta British Columbia Manitoba New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador Northwest Territories Nova Scotia Nunavut Ontario Prince Edward Island Quebec Saskatchewan Yukon.

Canadian Provinces And Territories By Per Capita GDP. The 10 provinces of Canada and the three territories all showed high GDP, although there is a wide variation among them. In the difference from the national average was the largest recorded in any province in the history of Canada.

The median annual family income in Alberta was. Get to know Canada - Provinces and territories Learn more about Canada’s provinces and territories, including services to help you settle and resources for Francophone immigrants.

Alberta. Family and Household Income Highlights The following statistics are from the Census of Canada which occurred on Note: For definitions of terms used in this publication, see page 4.

Average and Median Family Income, Canada, Provinces and Territories, Family Income The Yukon had the fourth highest reported average. As ofOntario had the highest population of the provinces and territories in Canada at million residents.

It is also home to the largest metropolitan area, Toronto, holding roughly. The fourth-largest country by land area, Canada is a vast nation with much to offer in terms of culture and natural wonders.

Thanks to heavy immigration and a strong Aboriginal presence, it is also one of the world's most multicultural nations. Canada consists of 10 provinces and three territories, each boasting unique : Susan Munroe.We Make Immigration Simple. Sun Feb 02 GMT+ (UTC) Sun Feb 02 GMT+ (UTC) Canada is a wealthy country, though salaries are always dependent on level of skill, location and job industry so if you plan to work in Canada learn which areas have the highest or lowest median household income for each industry.